Musician David Crosby—founding member of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills, and Nash and vocal left-winger—is in panic mode now that Donald Trump crushed his hopes of a Crooked Hillary regime.
The 75-year-old rocker told the Tampa Bay Times that The Donald’s election “maybe worse” than that time terrorists flew passenger-filled planes into the Twin Towers killing 3000 innocent Americans. “Now, okay, it isn’t Pearl Harbor,” Crosby said. “It’s about as bad as 9/11, or maybe worse, because the consequences are much longer-reaching. So it’s really devastatingly bad.”
Crosby, who was in Florida doing a concert and promoting his latest album, told the reporter he considers himself an “activist” saying that, “Oh, sure. Hell yes. C’mon, it’s not something you give up.” And what has this activist who’s lived as a wealthy star for the majority of his life concluded about America? That it is essentially one giant festering wound of racism and “Trump tore the scab off.”
“You live in Florida? Tampa?” Crosby asked the reporter. “Well, the prediction is you’re going to go underwater, and this guy doesn’t believe that.”
The singer went on to say that everyone in America will suffer under a Trump presidency except fat white guys.
“I feel very badly for our country,” he said. “I feel very badly for the women in our country, who just got kicked in the gut, or some other part of the anatomy. I feel really badly for, let’s see, just about everybody but fat, white males,” Crosby said, adding. “I certainly wouldn’t want to be a Muslim in America right now.”
The rich fat white male then went on to speak for minorities, telling the paper, “I think all of the blacks and Latinos are thinking, Holy s—, they pulled the rug out from underneath us again!”
And then, just to make sure he hit every Hollywood bubble-living liberal elite talking point, he went after The Donald on Putin. “[Trump] is so stupid that [Russian President Vladimir] Putin can play him like a piano, and will.”
When the reporter eventually got around to the subject of music, he asked if there was a chance of a 2019 50 year Woodstock concert reunion, to which Crosby piped back, “Not going to happen, buddy.”
Exit video of Neal Young playing “Heart of Gold” at the “Oldchella” concert back in October that featured Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and Roger Waters.