Legendary rocker Ted Nugent slammed the Biden regime and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for allegedly branding government purchases of firearms as a sign of potential “MAGA” extremism, a flagrant violation of the rights of Americans.
An avid outdoorsman and hunter, the Motor City man unloaded on a clueless Yellen who appeared before Congress last week to answer questions about her banking department's direction to monitor financial transactions in the pursuit of “right-wing extremism” after the so-called “insurgency”. ” on January 6, 2021.
During her testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, the former Fed chair dodged questions about shocking allegations that purchases at sporting goods outlets like Dick's, Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's were being scrutinized for terms like “Trump” and “MAGA”, another example. of the degree to which Democrats have exploited the nation's counterterrorism apparatus to attack political enemies.
Yellen also declined to take questions from Fox News reporter Hillary Vaughn, but posed for photos with fans: “I'll say I don't ask questions,” the nonchalant federal bureaucrat said while in the hallway, a clip that Dana Perino rolled early in the segment.
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“Well, you know the bully can come in the form of high technology, and these oathbreakers continue to turn this once great country into an evil empire,” Nugent said during an appearance on Friday's edition of “America's Newsroom”. on Fox News. “She's just a bad, bad lawbreaker. What they're doing, Dana, they're violating their constitutional oath.”
According to “the Nuge,” the top Treasury official violated his oath to the Constitution, an oath he personally upheld in his roles as a longtime reserve sheriff's deputy in Michigan.
“I know right from wrong,” Nugent said. “I'm just a guitar player, but for the author of 'Wango Tango' to really describe what a violation means, this is just a terrible, terrible moment. They're engineering recidivism. They're not charging gun offenders with gun crimes in the movie. They're recreating violent crimes in these sanctuary cities, and the left and the Democrats, this is really a heartbreaking moment.”
“The gun owners of America, the National Rifle Association, all my friends, my family, my band, my crew, everyone in my life knows that self-defense is a God-given right. We can maintain and carry guns. 'Keep' means it's mine, you can't have it,” the legendary rocker continued. “And this high-tech infringement, we've got to stop this stuff. What they are doing is safeguarding criminals and denying good people the right to self-defense.”
“It's so obvious that he's just another criminal in this government that's totally out of control,” he added.
One of the last iconic rock and rollers of the 1970s, Nugent wears his patriotism on his sleeve and has been a fierce defender of constitutional rights, particularly the Second Amendment, serving on the board of the National Rifle Association (NRA) for a long time. twenty six years
During the golden age of the rock guitar gods, Terrible Ted had hit after hit like “Stranglehold,” “Cat Scratch Fever,” “Stormtroopin,” “Snakeskin Cowboys,” “Motor City Madhouse” and “Dog Eat Dog ” while touring constantly. the country as evidenced by the stadium headliner and has continued to delight his fans well into his seventies.
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