Iconic rock veteran and Donald Trump supporter Ted Nugent spoke in a recent interview with ‘Newsradio WOOD 1300’ and criticized the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement in a controversial way.
In the conversation, Ted revealed how much he loves the United States of America while explaining the goal of the Nugent family, which is pursuing the liberty and happiness, and mentioned the importance of the law and order priority.
Furthermore, Ted criticized the people who are supporting the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement and claimed that they don’t really care about black lives. He stated that everybody he knows cares about everybody, and they don’t look anything as colored.
Here is what Ted Nugent said:
“I’ll be 72 here in a couple of months, but I’m cocked, locked, and ready to rock, doc. I so love this country. I so demand freedom. I so understand the vision of the founding fathers. And what the Nugent family pursues in life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, it’s ubiquitous.
It’s not universal, because you’ve got your terrorists. You’ve got your ‘Black Lives Matter’ that doesn’t care about black lives. Everybody I know actually does care about everybody. We don’t look at anything as colored — color doesn’t matter to anybody I know.
So the most important issues right now are law and order, supporting the heroes of law enforcement that provide safe communities and secure streets. Law and order is number one. Constitutional accountability.”
Ted also added:
“So, if you believe in freedom, if you believe in ‘we the people’ and demanding accountability from our elected employees, you’ve got to raise hell.
You’ve got to register. You’ve gotta hammer your senator and your congressman and your mayor and your governors that we believe in law and order, we believe in law enforcement.
We don’t wanna defund the cops; we wanna defund these terrorist organizations and put ’em in cages.”
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