Ted Nugent: ‘People Who Hate Ted Nugent Hate America and Hate Freedom’
After a number of Native American tribes cancelled Ted Nugent’s concerts, the aging rocker appeared on The Lars Larson Show to whine that he is being persecuted by the left for loving America too much.
“I call them unclean varmints,” Nugent said of his critics. “I’ve actually gone by them and I mean it, they’re hygiene-challenged, they actually stink, they’re dirty people, they’re unclean, they’re bussed in to Connecticut and New Jersey and different places to protest a Ted Nugent concert but they are so stoned or just brain dead, they actually wear their American Communist Party regalia, they’re not smart enough to take off their identification that they’re not really protesters, they’ve been paid and bussed in.”
He says the tribes that cancelled his concerts were pressured by the left because he is “so good at getting across the self-evident truth that makes America that last best place, they know they can’t debate me, they know what I did to Piers Morgan and everybody who tries to debate me.”
To sum up, Nugent said his “haters” are “soulless, vicious, evil, rotten” people who “hate Ted Nugent, hate America, and hate freedom.”
Earlier this week, a Coeur d’Arlene tribe cancelled a Nugent concert scheduled for August 4, citing “racist and hate-filled remarks.”
Shortly after, the Payallup Tribe followed suit and cancelled two of his concerts scheduled for early August at the Emerald Queen Casino.
The tribes said they did not know about his “racist attitudes” before booking the singer.
In the past, Nugent referred to President Obama as a “subhuman mongrel,” among other things.