Q&A: Ted Nugent on Donald Trump, the media, brain-dead Green Day and the spirit of America

“Trump represents the ultimate anti-status-quo suckerpunch. Bernie and Hillary are all about bribing gullible losers to vote for the big scam that they can get other’s earnings all the while making America weaker and weaker. How pathetic.”

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Q: I know you’ve been a very vocal Trump supporter, and it is a big election year. If you had a chance to talk an undecided voter into Trump, what would you say?

A: I say it all the time: Trump represents the ultimate anti-status-quo suckerpunch. Bernie and Hillary are all about bribing gullible losers to vote for the big scam that they can get other’s earnings all the while making America weaker and weaker. How pathetic.

Q: You’ve said, “I like Donald Trump because he is bold and he is treating the culture war as the culture war that it is.” Could you talk a bit about the culture war and what it means to you, and also what you think a guy like Trump could do about it?

A: Lord have mercy, I could write “Gone with the Wind” on this answer, but I will keep it simple and concise. The culture war in America can best be described by the battle between workin’ hard, playin’ hard s–tkickers that bust our ass to make America strong by earning our own way and kickin’ maximum ass versus soulless weaklings who have been brainwashed into thinking they are entitled to a free ride.

What the hell is social justice? What sort of fool can imagine income equality as dictated by bureaucrats and government thugs? I dare anyone to attempt to explain those drug-inspired fantasies in meaningful terms. There are multi-scatterings of various and associated issues and concerns, but it all boils down to accountable people versus those unwilling to be accountable. Absolutely heartbreaking.

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