'We are not enemies': Neil Young calls for empathy after U.S. Capitol riot

TORONTO -- Neil Young is calling for empathy towards the people who stormed the U.S. Capitol, saying they've been “so manipulated and had their beliefs used as political weapons.”

The folk singer, who was raised in Omemee, Ont.

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