During a recent appearance on ‘Pat’s Soundbytes Unplugged’ podcast, veteran rock guitarist, Ted Nugent, has talked about the biggest problem of humanity, coronavirus outbreak.
As we all know, many people in the world have suffered due to coronavirus disease, which is spreading to the world for 3 months. People started to take some health measures to prevent this disease from spreading further.
Today, Ted Nugent has joined a podcast program of the radio on-air personality, Pat Calamari. In the interview, he talked about his latest status and also slammed the people who criticized the decisions of Donald Trump about the coronavirus issue.
Here’s what he said:
“I guess the best way I can explain it is I really, really trust this president. I think he’s the greatest president in the history of America. I think he’s the greatest leader in the history of the human experience. I really believe in truth, logic, common sense and those really controversial things, like the Constitution and the Bill Of Rights and the Declaration Of Independence, you know, all those really controversial things. I absolutely believe… that he is the best there is right now. And I pay attention to the president.”
I’m a critical thinker. I think the number one job of a free man, a free human being, is to be suspicious… I really believe that Americans’ number one job is to question authority, to constantly put the screws to our elected employees.
I think we have great leadership. I think the president has clearly surrounded himself with the masters of these conditions — medical, organizational, preparedness.”
Here’s what he said about the president, Donald Trump:
“I think the president’s right — we’ve gotta get back to work right after Easter. We’ve gotta get this incredible-quality-of-life American machine going again.
I know it’s tough times, and we pray for our fellow Americans, especially those that are sick and have this terrible virus. But I’ve gotta tell ya: I have eminent, unlimited faith in this present and the American people.
So we have to hunker down and social distance, and we have to help our neighbors. But I think we’re gonna come out of this stronger than ever because more people are gonna learn you’ve gotta be prepared, man.”
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