Ted Nugent appeared in Newsmax's The Joe Pags Show to discuss the nationwide student protests against gun violence that took place during Parkland shooting. Apparently a longtime friend of Joe Pags, Nugent joined the host and criticized the parkland shooting survivors as "pathetic" "liars" who "have no soul".
"These poor kids, I'm scared to say that and it hurts me to say that, but the evidence is irrefutable, they have no soul," Nugent said on the show. "The stupefaction of America manifests itself in the cultural deprivation of our academies, which have taught these children the lies, media that have incited and encouraged them, and made them lie," he continued. "I really feel sorry for them because it's not just ignorant and dangerously stupid, but it's soulless: attacking America's good law-abiding families when known predictable killers commit these hours is soulless in the category."
Nugent , who is both a NRA board member and long-time Trump supporter, called the NRA "a group of American families with a voice to stand up for our God-given constitutionally guaranteed right to hold and carry weapons." Somehow the irony of calling grieving families has been lost on Ted, who says, "We [The NRA] have no blood on our hands." Listen to his comments below.