NRA board member and conservative rocker Ted Nugent shot the parkland school survivors, claiming there was "irrefutable" evidence that "they have no soul."
During a performance on the Joe Pags Show, the republican guitarist described the students' weapon reform advocating "like squishy brained kids who were fed lies."
"They actually commit spiritual suicide because everything they recommend will cause more death and chaos," Nugent continued. "Guaranteed."
Youth activists such as David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez have captured the wrath of the far right, and political commentators and government officials have turned to the ether and social media for public harassment.
They were Vocal Champions of the gun security laws since Valentine's Day shoot at their high school. Former student Nikolas Cruz was fired in the halls of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, killing 1
After Nugent had listened to interviews with the students, he continued to argue against teenagers, Liberal and mainstream media.
"America's dumbing down This manifests itself in the cultural austerity of our academies who have taught these children the lies, media they have incited and encouraged, and these children are lying," he said "I really feel sorry for them because it is not only ignorant and dangerously stupid, but also soulless."
He continued, "The good law-abiding families Defending America's "and said the Parkland survivors are also supposed to wage a campaign against them" deep in the category of soulless. "
" These poor children, I'm afraid to say that, but the evidence is irrefutable, they have no soul, "said the conservative musician After the baseball shoot last summer's congress, which had left Steve Majority Whip in critical condition, Nugent took a very different tone in his response.
"I'll take a deep breath and I'll go back," he said in June. "When it gets fiery, when it gets hateful, I'll go away and not get involved in that hate-filled rhetoric."
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