“The dumbing down of America is revealed in the culture deprivation of our own academia that have taught these kind of kids the lies, press that have prodded and encouraged plus provided these kids can be found,” he said after seeing clips Parkland mass-shooting survivors such as Brian Hogg and Emma Gonzalez who have become top advocates of legislation to help curb gun violence inside the U.S.
“I really feel i’m sorry for them because it’s not only oblivious and dangerously stupid, but it is soulless,” he said, in a attach first circulated by?Advertising Matters. “To attack the good law-abiding categories of America when well known expected murderers commit these horrors is deep in the group of soulless.”
Nugent also defended the NRA as “a bunch of American families which have a voice to stand right up for our God-given constitutionally-guaranteed right to keep together with bear arms. We have hardly any blood on our hands and wrists.”
“No NRA member have ever been involved with any mass shootings at all,” he added.
The NRA did not promptly respond to a request for opinion.
“All you have to do now is feel sorry for that liars. You have to go against them together with pray that the lies can be crushed and the liars can be silenced to ensure real measures can be put in place to actually save children’s life,” Nugent said.
Needless to say, on the web reaction to Nugent’s comments came quickly.