by Jason DeWitt | Top Right News
When it comes to controversial issues, most public figures tend to choose their words carefully, trying to offend as few people as possible.
The problem with that is thet often muddle the message they’re trying to send.
Ted Nugent has never had that problem. Ted never minces his words. He says what he means, and leaves no doubt as to his message, no matter how many feathers he must ruffle in the process. Well, Ted’s done it again, unleashing a blistering comment regarding Ferguson, Missouri that had to be said.
And liberals are furious. Too damn bad, says Ted.
What is happening in Ferguson is thuggery from start to finish. Michael Brown robbed a store, then attacked a cop and tried to take his gun. But from his parents to the President of the United States, thuggery has been declared to be innocence, and a cop doing his job was declared to be a racist villain. And once again, the Black “thug culture” was enabled and excused.
Rudy Giuliani brought the issue to a head yesterday, by reminding everyone how 93% of Blacks are murdered by other Blacks — NOT by “racist cops.”
Nugent hammers it home, but of course with the abrasive tone he is known for. Ted wrote on his Facebook page:
Here’s the lessons from Ferguson America- Don’t let your kids grow up to be thugs who think they can steal, assault & attack cops as a way of life & badge of black (dis)honor. Don’t preach your racist bullsh*t “no justice no peace” as blabbered by Obama’s racist Czar Al Not So Sharpton & their black klansmen. When a cop tells you to get out of the middle of the street, obey him & don’t attack him as brainwashed by the gangsta assholes you hang with & look up to. It’s that simple unless you have no brains, no soul, no sense of decency whatsoever. And dont claim that “black lives matter” when you ignore the millions you abort & slaughter each & every day by other blacks. Those of us with a soul do indeed believe black lives matter, as all lives matter. So quit killin each other you f*ckin idiots. Drive safely.
What do you think – was Ted way too harsh or right on the money?