Sir Paul McCartney has joined the millions of protesters across America speaking out about American terrorist organisation the NRA in the March For Our Lives rally across the USA this weekend.
“One of my best friends was killed in gun violence around here so its important to me,” Sir Paul said from the streets. He was referring to the death of his co-writer and fellow Beatle John Lennon in 1980.
Paul McCartney, who is marching in NYC, tells CNN: "One of my best friends was killed in gun violence right around here, so it's important to me.." It's been 37 years since John Lennon was gunned down outside of his apartment in Manhattan. pic.twitter.com/DH0WRc3aY0
— Yashar Ali ? (@yashar) March 24, 2018
Paul McCartney, marching today in NYC near the corner where his friend John was shot to death. 1.2 million American killed by gun violence since John’s death. VOTE THEM ALL OUT. pic.twitter.com/cGmZK46gKX
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 24, 2018
The March For Our Lives rally grew following the Parkland shooting six weeks ago that took the lives of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Since Parkland there have been 19 more mass shootings in the USA. Think about that. America is at war with itself, knows who the terrorist group (the NRA) is, and is doing nothing about it.
The March For Our Lives rally is putting the “power to the people” to quote Lennon.
While NRA’s Chief Bitch Marco Rubio is doing nothing to save lives, artists like Bette Midler and Sheryl Crow, supported the marches. Meanwhile, American President Crooked Donnie spent the weekend hiding at his Florida panic room Mar-A-Largo.
TOO YOUNG TO DIE! pic.twitter.com/BMgQrcFKbK
— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) March 24, 2018
Why has our Commander in Chief @realDonaldTrump not even acknowledged the marches across our nation today? Is he afraid to support the children of America who are voicing what so many of us believe? #SensibleGunLegislation #MarchForOurLives @AMarch4OurLives
— Sheryl Crow (@SherylCrow) March 24, 2018
The March began with a 6 minute 20 seconds appearance from Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez. The significance of the time on stage was the exact same time it took the white male Christian American born terrorist to commit his atrocity.
— ABC News (@ABC) March 24, 2018