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  • Paul McCartney Admits His Attempts At Glorifying Grand Jury Protests Have Been Unsuccessful

    Paul McCartney says he’s having a hard time coming up with good material that would eventually become a protest anthem to honor the rallies for Michael Brown and Eric Garner.

    “I was thinking recently about all these protests in New York and around the country,” he told Rolling Stone, “I thought it would be great to put something down about that, just to add my voice to the thousands of people walking in the streets.”

    However, to date, the former Beatle hasn’t been able to get the song finished. And to that end, McCartney says he’s “not giving up on it.”

    I’m not at all surprised that Paul McCartney hasn’t been able to make it to a protest. He’s a highbrowed white liberal with a million other things better to do.  I understand that McCartney wants to do something–because white guilt. But what I don’t understand is why he doesn’t put the pen and pad down, and go visit some of the families of fallen police officers.

    And why write a song about Michael Brown protesters? Michael Brown robbed a store and tried to take away officer Darren Wilson’s gun.

    And just days before NYC police officers Wenjian Lu and Rafael Ramos were killed in cold blood, at the New York City “Justice for All” Sharpton march, protesters were heard chanting in the streets the following:

    “What Do We Want? Dead Cops!

    When Do We Want Them? Now!”

    Paul McCartney needs to stop trying to come up with clever lyrics that will glorify and legitimize these crazy protests.

    Leave that to Nickelback.


    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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