“Imagine” No More Riots – John Lennon’s Son Skewers Portland Left Wing Extremists

FILE - In this Sept. 5, 2020, file photo, police use chemical irritants and crowd control munitions to disperse protesters during the 100th consecutive day of demonstrations in Portland, Ore. At least several thousand people are expected in Portland on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020, for a rally in support of President Donald Trump and his re-election campaign as tensions boil over nationwide following the decision not to charge officers in Louisville, Kentucky for killing Breonna Taylor. The rally and the unrest it could cause come as Portland approaches its fifth month of near nightly protests against racial injustice and police brutality. (AP Photo/Noah Berger, File)

Sean Ono Lennon is calling attention to last Sunday’s “Day of Rage” in Portland, Oregon, as the singer took to Twitter to mock the vandals, “Can someone explain why it appears a Lincoln statue was toppled in Portland,” Lennon wrote Monday. “Asking for a friend.”

The musician and son of the late John Lennon and Yoko Ono continued to sarcastically call out the rioters for possibly not going far enough in their efforts to right humanity’s wrongs.

“The Pyramids of Giza were made under coercion from evil Pharaohs who were not very woke. I think we can all agree the Pyramids should be torn down immediately.” Before releasing one more tweet on the matter, Sean said, “Since the invasion of Britain by Emperor Julius Caesar in 55 B.C., Italy has remained deafeningly silent. I think it’s time Italy was held accountable.”

Sunday’s destruction in Portland continued more than four months of almost nightly unrest/rioting following the May 25th death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis.

President Trump also weighed in on the vandalism with a Monday tweet, “Put these animals in jail, now. The Radical Left only knows how to take advantage of very dumb “leadership” fools. This is Biden! Law & Order!”

Lennon’s late father, John Lennon, would have turned 80 on October 9th. His mother, Yoko Ono, is now 87, and December 8th will mark 40 years since the former Beatle was tragically gunned down outside his home in New York City.

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