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Mumford & Sons banjo player and others stand up to cancel culture

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Winston Marshall just wanted to play music. The bearded banjo-player and guitarist of the hot British folk-rock band Mumford & Sons didn’t intend to set the world on fire. He didn’t even mean to mildly tick anyone off.

Yet unintentionally, he has become a lightning rod for extreme leftist hatred. He’s been bullied, his family has been targeted, his bandmates threatened. Most gallingly, despite the fact that 13 of his relatives were murdered in Nazi concentration camps during WWII, Marshall has been wantonly, and outrageously, labeled a “fascist.’’ This, because he did something unforgivable in the eyes of the ruling woke class: The self-described “centrist’’ with liberal leanings expressed a conservative opinion.


And he’s not backing down.

Now Marshall, 33, is fighting back against the mob. He’s giving up the luxe life-style of a rock star, filled with grand hotels around the world, first-class flights, the sound of his strumming echoing throughout massive arenas.

“Who in their right mind would willingly walk away........

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