Rock veteran Ted Nugent shared a new post on his official Facebook account and revealed his thoughts about the current financial situation of the United States government and suggested a way out from their administrative struggles.

As you might know, the rock music veteran and devoted supporter of Donald Trump, Ted Nugent, has been actively using his social media accounts to share statements on certain political issues in America.

Recently, Ted Nugent posted a statement on his official Facebook page saying he wanted to call out all the citizens who seek help from the government whenever something goes dramatically amiss. Nugent mentioned that the government is broke right now.

While mentioning the dept that the federal government has, Ted also pointed out the aid that the government will be providing for the coronavirus outbreak and shared his thoughts about their way to do it.

In his statement depicting the harsh realities, Nugent showed the poor side of the United States government and criticized the authorities. Additionally, he stated that good government always works best at the local level.

Here is what Ted Nugent wrote in his latest statement:

“Why is it that whenever something goes dramatically amiss such as a hurricane that those affected automatically look to the federal government for assistance?

News flash: Uncle Sugar is broke. Our federal government is some 28 trillion in debt. Printing more money is a fool’s game unless your intent is to destroy America.”

He continued:

“Such is the case with the coronavirus relief bill. This is not to imply that small businesses don’t need assistance, but rather to suggest that if the government is to rush to the aid of small businesses that the government assistance comes from the local government in the form of higher property/sales taxes where the businesses are located.

And maybe, just maybe, some actual spending accountability, God forbid! Government Rule #1: Good government always works best at the local level.”

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Why is it that whenever something goes dramatically amiss such as a hurricane that those affected automatically look to…

Posted by Ted Nugent on Tuesday, December 15, 2020