Ted Nugent Totally Explains Why He’s Not Dead Or In Jail, As Promised
Alan Colmes spent some time with Ted Nugent on his radio show Thursday night and asked the rocker about that time he called Hillary Clinton a ‘worthless bitch”
Colmes said, “You have used the C word against her” as well as many other expletives to describe our elected officials including Barack Obama.
Still yet, Ted Nugent says he’s a victim and he used those terms because he’s an artist.
However, Nugent says those quotes (verbatim) were “taken out of context” but he “pleads guilty” which make sense to no one ever.
When Alan said, “You don’t need to use language like that,” Nugent said something about rock and roll. Or whatever.
So anyway, the draft-dodging, pants crapper said, “I need to search of accurate and emphatic terms to condemn what this President, what this administration, the corruption of power, the abuse of powers going on in this country, and in the heat of battle, after hearing story after story of good American families being jackbooted, because the EPA claims they’re on wetlands when there is no moisture. When their farms are being shut down because of a salamander where there’s no salamander. The wrong houses being raided”
That is the longest sentence ever, because salamanders.
Before you hear the actual interview, WTF does this even mean? The creator of long sentences said:
I was extremely agitated and I was coming out of a number of communications with a number of families that were heartbroken in tears and that interview erupted right then and there after discussing these tragedies, these offenses by our government and so those terms came out. What is a subhuman mongrel? It’s just terminology. How about this? Try this on for size. He’s a bad deceitful America hating man.
The most telling part of the interview is Ted Nugent explaining that he never crapped in his pants to avoid serving in the military. That claim came directly from Nugent, but now he denies saying it.
Put on your Hazmat suit and have a listen as to why Nugent is not dead or in jail, as promised: