After referring to hypocritical members of the media as “soulless,” Ted Nugent says he’s pretty good with adjectives, but it’s hard to come up with one that is incriminating or descriptive enough to “identify those who would hate freedom.”
Nugent spoke to The Blaze backstage during the National Rifle Association convention on Sunday, providing his perspective on the media, liberals who push gun control, and helping wounded veterans.
“Honesty and integrity, sense of decency and, especially in the media, dedication to accuracy is something that must come from within,” Nugent said. “Those of you who violate the premise of honest journalism, you are so feeble and soulless you don’t even know it.”
In addition to the media, Nugent had a few choice words for Michael Moore, Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Diane Feinstein, calling them the enemy of freedom — among other things.
Watch Nugent’s monologue via The Blaze here.
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