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Monday, August 24, 2015

Ted Nugent: “If there is one thing I am, it's always right.”

Ted Nugent Launches Vicious Sexist Attack On Megyn Kelly
What GOP presidential run would be complete without a word from the right-wing’s favorite nut job, admitted pedophile, gun nut, and racist, The Nuge? Apparently not this one. 

Ted “The Nuge” Nugent appeared on WIBX’s “Keeler in the Morning Wednesday to defend Donald Trump and make a series of disgusting, sexist comments about FOX’s Megyn Kelly for going into the “the status quo world.”

According to The Nuge, Kelly asked Trump an “obnoxious, meaningless, nonsensical, biased question” during last week’s Fox News debate. During the painful half hour The Nuge said:


I’m a big fan of Donald Trump because I believe in bold, aggressive, unapologetic truth. Period. And I’m not a fan of Megyn Kelly, although I often turn on Fox just to look at her. Sometimes when I’m loading my [gun ammunition] magazines, I like to just look at her. And I usually sit naked on the couch dropping hot brass on my stuff.
So, The Nuge sits naked on his couch dropping hot brass shells on his junk? It’s not exactly clear how the shells got hot, unless Nugent is preheating his bullets before loading them into his guns. But hey, if Ted Cruz can cook bacon on the barrel of a gun, I guess Nugent can cook his junk with hot shells.

At the risk of digressing into an analysis of what that might look like, never mind the logistics, back to Nugent’s comments about Megyn Kelly:
I’m afraid the gorgeous, stunning, otherwise professional and tuned-in Megyn Kelly absolutely fell of the cliff of political correctness when she proposed that obnoxious, meaningless, nonsensical, biased question for Donald Trump.
Let’s be clear that when a Neanderthal like Nugent or any other right-wing mouth breather talks about their unhappiness with political correctness, they are talking about their “God given right” to insult people who aren’t lily white and in possession of anything resembling a penis. Pretty much anything they wouldn’t think twice about shooting.

Just to illustrate the point, Nugent, infamous for his controversial statements, casually went on to reference “Zumba wenches.” While discussing a SuperBowl ad featuring actress Charlotte McKinney, Nugent mustered nearly a year’s worth of charm he’s been keeping in reserve, and referred to her as a “fine-ass, greasy-ass bitch.”

Nugent has been beating the Trumpmania drum since July, writing in a WorldNetDaily op-ed that Trump deserved the Medal of Freedom for speaking out against “the professional political punks in D.C.”:
Donald Trump’s message sings to Americans because he doesn’t play politically correct brain-dead games. He calls them like he sees them. That’s refreshing to millions of Americans who believe political correctness is a public cancer that has eroded free speech and everything else good about America…I dare anybody to show me one word from Trump that isn’t accurate. What sort of denial gagged liar denies that our country is being invaded by drugrunners[sic], murderers and rapists? What sort of denial gagged liar could possibly believe Trump meant legal immigrants? GOP, your very existence is on the line here. Show some honesty or you’re done.
No interview with Nugent would be complete without a gushing self-adulatory commentary, so he congratulated himself for his huge Facebook following, adding, “What I reek of is self-evident truth, logic and common sense.”  

He then added that his millions of followers actually wanted him to run for president because he was “like Donald Trump on steroids.”

That and his proclivity to spill hot brass on his junk.


Richard Zombeck is a freelance writer & featured blogger at Huffington Post. He’s much older and angrier than he looks. He’s got a Website,Twitter account and Facebook page. Follow him.