Stevie Wonder Campaigns Against Legal Gun Owners in Central Park

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Stevie Wonder performed in Central Park last week and stopped midway to preach against legal owners having guns and to hawk his new anti-gun campaign. Just what we need, another gun grabber campaign.

Stevie Wonder

He surprised audiences in three cities – D.C., Philly, New York – with free concerts that included a push for his nationwide “Claim the Bullet” campaign.

He wants to fix the world out of love.

“As much as we have made some incredible strides, we have also really gone to this crazy place, like them against us and us against them,” Wonder said. “We really need to do that thing called fixing the planet, by fixing each other, fixing ourselves. That includes everyone, me and us, in the spirit of love.”

He wants us accountable for every gun. He didn’t mention every gang member.The anti-gun Wonder continued:

“We have gotta find a place, we as Americans of all ethnicities, we’ve got to put an end to it . . . What we have to do, whether you’re NRA or whatever, is find a place of everyone being accountable for every gun we have here.”

“If you want to shoot the gun, then claim the bullet. It doesn’t deprive people of their freedom, but it does hold people accountable because you can’t take a life back.”

Wonder stopped performing in Florida after the Zimmerman verdict and until their right to self-defense law is struck down.

Stevie Wonder

His statist ideas about “Claim the Bullet” won’t deprive us of freedom, he assured the audience.

“If you want to shoot the gun, then claim the bullet. It doesn’t deprive people of their freedom, but it does hold people accountable because you can’t take a life back.”

 

He told the D.C. audience of his support for the Black Lives Matter extremist group.

“We all know that since the very beginning of civilization, the first people in existence were black people,” he said. “That is a fact. All people of all cultures know this. So I think if we don’t value the beginning, we can’t value anything.”

He called out the police for the taking of black lives but told the audience to respect their authority anyway. [That’ll work]

“We have to have accountability for those who are supposed to protect and serve us. I have love for everybody. I don’t have any respect for anyone who is irresponsible with their authority. Nor do I have any respect for those who have no respect for authority. We just have to work together,” said the musical icon.

The following clip was on the NY Post.

“Here you are at Madison Squeer,” Wonder said, and “together we are going to change the world for the good.”