Report: Anti-Gun Paul McCartney Protected By Soldiers With Machine Guns at Grand Central Station Concert

Tuesday, September 11, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Kristinn Taylor
September 11, 2018

Beatles legend Paul McCartney, 76, was protected by armed soldiers, with one reported to be carrying “a big machine gun”, at his surprise concert at New York’s City’s Grand Central Station last Friday night. A photo posted to Twitter by a commuter that day shows armed soldiers protecting McCartney’s concert hall.

NPR reporter Andrew Flanagan opened his report on the show with a description of a heavily armed soldier protecting McCartney.

“Walking through the warm, vanilla hallway of Grand Central Station, I tried to enter a barricade when an army sentry — helmet, muted green-and-sand uniform, a pistol and a big machine gun — said it was the wrong entrance. “This is for the artist — go down, take a left and stick to the wall.”

Earlier in the year McCartney had participated in the nationwide anti-gun March for Our Lives which was organized by professional Democratic Party supporting anti-Second Amendment groups and fronted by several liberal student activists from the Parkland, Florida, high school that was the scene of a massacre by a former fellow student on Valentine’s Day.

McCartney said he marched in New York City to remember his friend fellow Beatle John Lennon who shot to death in the City on December 8, 1980.

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