‘Burn Baby Burn’: David Crosby Deletes Tweet Cheering Trump Tower Fire

David Crosby, the iconic 1960s hippie singer-songwriter, deleted, but later confirmed a tweet cheering the fire at Trump Tower in New York City Saturday that read, “oh boy……burn baby burn”. ‘Burn baby burn’ is a rebellious chant used by Black radicals, hippies and communist revolutionaries in the Sixties that reportedly was inspired by the 1965 Watts riots.

76 years-old David Crosby, image via Twitter avatar. (Note photo is not recent.)

Crosby’s tweet was saved by Steve Lookner with Right Side Broadcasting

 

https://twitter.com/lookner/status/982762355019976704

Crosby confirmed he was referring to Trump Tower in a reply to Jeffrey Guterman, who himself cheered the fire.

“He deleted tweet. Was yours regarding Trump Tower?” “yes Jeffrey”

https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982754093432262656


https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982748648873316353

Guterman apologized but still kept tweeting derogatory things such that he was rebuked by Eric Trump.

https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982757488939462656

https://twitter.com/JeffreyGuterman/status/982772421018005505

Video of what the liberals were cheering:

Crosby was a music star in the Sixties, first playing with The Byrds and then achieving mega-stardom with Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young.)

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