Ted Nugent is many things, and he always assigns these titles to himself. He’s a gay vegetarian pirate, and he’s a naked gun loader (while watching the “heartbreaking” Megyn Kelly, natch). Nugent loves his guns, his hats, and his freedom, and he absolutely adores his man, Donald Trump.
Now, Trump guested on Alex Jones‘ radio show last week. Their pairing was surprisingly uneventful, other than Trump praising his future BFF status with Vladimir Putin. Yet when Nugent visited Jones, sparks flew. The good news (if there is any) is that when Trump busies himself with Putin, Nugent will have a pal with which to hang. The bad news is everything that was said during the Nugent-Jones encounter. The Nuge kicked off by asserting how the United States must “clean this country” of “subhuman freak” liberals such as President Obama and Nancy Pelosi, who want citizens “bending over and taking it in the ass.” Then the talk grew a little more violent:
“I don’t care why he’s foaming at the mouth, I don’t care how he got rabies, he’s rabid, get rid of the damn dog. When Old Yeller brings us slippers, give him a biscuit; when he foams at the mouth, you shoot him between the eyes. Any questions? You got to do it. America, you got to cleanse this country … No, I’m not talking about shooting anybody. I’m talking about dealing with an outrageous condition that is painful and traumatic and frustrating, but if you don’t face the beast, you’re dead, and that’s what’s going on.”
See, he’s not exactly telling people to shoot liberals. Actually, he did just that but had a thought and covered his tracks, which is terribly irresponsible since we have enough mass shootings in America. Nugent also praised Trump and Ted Cruz, who would make excellent presidents but not as great as Nugent would. Why? Because he would have easily defeated Hitler, unlike Obama, the “freedom-hating, America-hating punk president”:
“I wanted to be a Jew in Nuremberg in 1938. While the Brownshirts were hurling people onto trains, I would have figured out a way to get that Brownshirt, Nazi-punk-ass luger away from him. I would’ve shoved it up his ass and I’d touched off a clip, I would’ve got the magazine and I would’ve got all the other Jews to raise hell. Now I’m not knocking people who fell for it, but I’m telling you, don’t fall for it. Don’t get on the train.”
Before the party was over, Nugent and Jones bemoaned welfare, which is “carrot for dopes who want free stuff.” The Nuge’s first move as president would be to eliminate all welfare programs before leaving to do some huntin’ at Camp David, y’all catch his drift? Nugent also talked about how sorry he felt because the armed services has to answer to Obama, who is “the enemy.” And that’s the closest thing Ted Nugent will ever feel to empathy.
(Via Alex Jones on YouTube)