The 74-year-old canadian rock star Neil Young was supposedly the coffee wrong in the neck, when he on Twitter found out that president Donald Trump had spent all three of his songs in an event that celebrated the USA's independence day on Friday night at Mount Rushmore in the state of South Dakota.
It writes multiple media, including CNN and the Deadline
Donald Trump is seen here along with his wife Melania during the independence event at Mount Rushmore. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix.
A Twitter user by the name of Morgan Matzen did a lookup from the event at Mount Rushmore, where he wrote:
'You're kidding me. Keep On Rocking In The Free World to play just now'.
Neil Young responded quickly to the advert and wrote the following:
'This is just not in order'.
This is NOT ok with me... https://t.co/Q9j9NRPMhi— Neil Young Archives (@NeilYoungNYA) July 4, 2020
Morgan Matzen gave a little later a second spread out, where you from the same arrangement played the Neil Young song 'Like a Hurricane'. For this posting he wrote:
'Uh oh. Neil Young plays. I wonder how it could happen again.'
Neil Young also corresponded on this Twitter lookup with the following words:
'I am in solidarity with the Lakota Sioux indians. This is just not in order.'
I stand in solidarity with the Lakota Sioux & this is NOT ok with me https://t.co/iPVcFplOHa— Neil Young Archives (@NeilYoungNYA) July 4, 2020
Neil Young-referenced with his post, to the Lakota Sioux indians, together with other aktiviser had demonstrated against the Trumps event in the course of Fridays at Mount Rushmore.
Before Trump arrived to the event had the protesters blocked the road that leads into the national monument Mount Rushmore, before they were removed by the police. Among the demonstrators were also several Lakota Sioux indians, who have for a long time demanded to get their country in 'The Black Hills' back. For approx. 40 years ago the supreme Court of the UNITED states, to the UNITED states government had illegally taken the area from the Lakota Sioux-indians, in direct conflict with a treaty dating back to 1868, between the UNITED states government and the Sioux indians.
the Medium Deadline, indicating in the way that Neil Young song 'Cowgirl in the Sand' was also played at the event.
Here is a somewhat younger Neil Young way back in 1976. Photo: Redferns/Graham Wiltshire.