Ted Nugent’s unfiltered response, ‘lessons from Ferguson,’ as real as it gets: ‘Well, well, well!’

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The “Motor City Madman” has done it again.

Rock icon Ted Nugent, as well known for uttering blunt truthisms that drive liberals insane as for his music, posted some “lessons from Ferguson” on Facebook Tuesday.

Staying true to his modus operandi, Nugent did not mince words with his controversial remarks that were posted in the aftermath of a grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.

Nugent counsels us not to let our “kids grow up to be thugs who think they can steal, assault & attack cops as a way of life,” and that “when a cop tells you to get out of the middle of the street, obey him & don’t attack him.”

He also pointed to black-on-black crime, which liberals continue to ignore, as he reminded us that “all lives matter.”

Of course, Nugent did it in his own special way.

As of this writing, his post had 29,200 “Likes,” and has been “shared” more than 5,700 times. here are his remarks as posted on Facebook:

*Caution: Strong Language


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