Pants-pooping, draft-dodging ammosexual racist pedophile Ted Nugent had a few words with Alan Colmes Thursday night. Nugent thanked Colmes for the opportunity to “destroy the lies.” According to Nugent, there is a “campaign of nasty hate” towards him.
Nugent says he is being persecuted regarding Native American tribes that have refused to allow Nugent to play because of his bigotry. “I never uttered a negative word, never disparaged or showed any respect in my life to my blood brothers of the Native American Indians.” (Editor’s Note: This sentence may seem confusing, but is written verbatim). “There is no better friend to the Native Americans than Ted Nugent.”
Colmes asked Nugent to explain the phrase, “I take it as a badge of honor that such unclean vermin are upset by me and my positive energy,” following the cancellation of his appearance at the Cour d’Alene Casino.
“There were no Indians involved with that. Those were bussed-in protesters that were wearing American Communist regalia, wearing American Communist badges–bussed in to protest at my concerts,” Nugent explained. He added that “unclean” was accurate, and that Communists are vermin. See? The Communists did it. Nugent claimed that people simply took words directed at his imaginary Communists and “leveled them at Native Americans.” Nugent said he is incapable of using such disparaging language.
Colmes asked Nugent about his horrid remarks directed at Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, pointing out that the rocker has called Hillary Clinton a c*nt, and has made numerous awful remarks about the President. Nugent explained that those instances of hate speech need to be put into context as well, then rambled about how his remarks somehow make for “good rock and roll.” He said that calling Hillary Clinton a “bitch” is “poetic.”
Nugent whined about Benghazi for a while, then the good stuff happened: Ted Nugent, who has admitted on several occasions to shitting his pants “for weeks” to avoid serving in the military, claimed that he didn’t actually do that.
“You’d have to try to put yourself in the environment I was in in those days, where these stoned, irresponsible so-called journalists” would review shows and, according to Nugent, get band members’ names wrong, venues wrong, names of songs wrong, and so on. He claimed that he would “make this stuff up just to get them to write it down, then they would print it.”
When a caller, a biracial individual, pointed out that Nugent’s remark that the President is a “subhuman mongrel” is just as bad as the “n-word,” and that Nugent’s use of it makes him question everything else the totally no-racist rocker said, Nugent replied, “That doesn’t surprise me.”
“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,” he continued. “When their farms are being shut down because of a salamander where there’s no salamander. The wrong houses being raided.” Nugent continued. “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 caller told Nugent that he was lying when he claimed the “mongrel” reference was in the heat of passion, as it was at a “friendly” event to Nugent. “You. Are. A. Racist. Why don’t you just come out and admit it?” he asked. “You don’t like the President because he’s black. and that’s the only reason.”
Nugent maintained that he judges by character, rather than skin color.
Hear it all for yourself, including why Nugent isn’t “dead or in jail,” below: