Stevie Wonder Implores America to Do the Right Thing Amidst White House Riots

DETROIT, MI - OCTOBER 31: Stevie Wonder performs during a drive-in campaign rally with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama at Belle Isle on October 31, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. Biden is campaigning with Obama on Saturday in Michigan, a battleground state that President Donald Trump narrowly won in 2016. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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Stevie Wonder has had enough. The music icon jumped on social media to plead for peace as pro-Trump terrorists have stormed the White House in America's capital in riotous fashion today.

“I am heartbroken and astounded that this narcissistic and dangerous president would put lives in danger and encourage violent sedition against our government," Wonder shared on Twitter. "That man is no longer able to serve as President because he can't accept defeat. Can we afford 2 more weeks? I say NO! It is time for the leaders of this country to invoke the 25th Amendment," the music legend added. "Isn’t it obvious? Today has made me sad with disbelief with what is happening in my country, a country that has inspired my songs of hope and love."

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