Legendary rocker Ted Nugent isn’t one to mince words.
He says what is on his mind, and doesn’t care who it offends.
And Ted Nugent flipped Joe Biden’s life upside down by saying one thing on Tucker Carlson’s show.
The left hates Ted Nugent.
He speaks with the same lack of filter as President Donald Trump.
While that often gets him into hot water, millions of Americans continue to stand with him.
And he showed exactly why that is while appearing on Tucker Carlson’s new daytime show, Tucker Carlson Today.
Nugent spoke to Carlson about defending his God-given rights as an American.
“I was born with the right to keep and bear arms. I was born with the right to speak up. I was born with the right to privacy from my government intrusion without just cause. I was born with that,” Nugent said. “I could come here naked without any Constitution and I know I could say what I want to say. I don’t have to get the King’s permission.”
“Kings, emperors, tyrants, kiss my ass. We are a self-government. We are in charge, we hire people to represent us based on these self-evident truths. And if you infringe on them, we will fire your ass and don’t make us arrest you,” Nugent continued.
The rock star went on to explain that his right to bear arms cannot be restricted, as it is listed in the Bill of Rights.
“[The Second Amendment] says any rights here that are not enumerated are up to the states. It’s here and enumerated!” he said. “It’s written down, I can keep bear arms in America, in every building, on every street corner, wherever I want. I got it from God. The Founding Fathers just happened to write it down in case somebody wanted to play King.”
Nugent gets this issue better than any self-described “elite” liberal who wants to control people’s lives.
He simply wants to be left alone, and have the ability to defend himself and his rights.
Nugent also spoke about other political issues with Carlson.
Speaking about peacekeeping around the globe, Nugent explained his entire foreign policy in just one sentence.
He said: “Here’s a little battle cry I believe in – you Pearl Harbor me, I Nagasaki you.”