Ted Nugent Calls Trayvon Martin a “Thug,” Says “Non-Racist America Rejoices” Because George Zimmerman was Acquitted
Speaking of racist dickholes: unsurprisingly, Ted Nugent has penned a new editorial for the conservative website, Rare, in which he celebrates the recent acquittal of George Zimmerman for the fatal shooting of Travyon Martin. In the piece, Nugent claims that the shooting “represents the purest form of self-defense there is,” and that “The only racism on that night was perpetrated by Trayvon Martin, and everybody knows it.” (I mean, I don’t know it, but okay.)
“With an obvious racist chip on his shoulder, referencing the neighborhood watch guy as a ‘creepy ass cracker’ to his fellow racist female friend who admitted under oath that that is how non-blacks are referred to normally in their circles, Trayvon had no reason not to attack, because it was the standard thug thing to do.”
The guitarist continues:
“The jury got it right, and non-racist America rejoices that there is still common sense, honesty and decency aware of identifying justice in this country. America also believes that the entire prosecutorial team should be ashamed of themselves and disbarred for ignoring the obvious and kowtowing to the pure racism that forced the politically correct lie that only black lives killed by non-blacks matter, which is why there are no headlines, no protests, no prosecutions and no Barak Obama or Eric Holder meddling in the nonstop black-on-black slaughter in their gun-free zone of Chicago.
“Martin Luther King Jr. is rolling over in his grave that he sacrificed his life for the cause of judging people by the content of their character instead of the color of their skin, as so many of his own race carry in in self-destructive behavior while professional race mongers blame everything on racism.”
I don’t even really know what to say about this, because, as I stated before, Nugent’s stance is unsurprising. Really, the oddest thing about this is that it took forty-eight entire hours for The Nuge to publicly praise the killing of an African-American teenager and accuse those who are appalled by the shooting of being racists. Then again, it was probably pretty hard for Rare’s staff to transcribe Nugent’s crayon scribblings, and then translate those scribblings into something resembling English.
Read the rest of Nugent’s piece here.