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Nugent Undermines His Immigration Protests by Endorsing Norquist

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Ted Nugent warns of the “America-destroying” dangers of uncontrolled borders, illegal immigrants and Islamic “refugees.” He then turns around and endorses one of the biggest proponents of bringing in more foreigners. What gives?

“You talk about halting the dangerous, America-destroying invasion of illegals across our borders, but you do nothing,” rocker and NRA Board member Ted Nugent charged in a public spanking of Republican elites. “[Y]our GOP has become indistinguishable from the crazed Democrats…”

He’s absolutely right about the illegal invasion being “America-destroying,” and for one reason above all others:

Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson insists that illegal aliens have “earned the right to be citizens.” Democrat Rep. Kurt Schrader claims immigration will decide “who is in charge of this country for the next 20 or 30 years.”

“The Obama administration is launching a campaign to accelerate the conversion of millions of immigrants to citizenship,” Breitbart reports.” That’s a key part of his mission to “fundamentally transform America.”

“We can’t wait any longer for a path to full, equal citizenship,” Hillary Clinton echoes. At least she can’t wait.

That’s because all credible measurements show that will result in millions of new anti-gun Democrat voters, establishing unchallengeable majorities in the legislatures, a resultant stacking of the courts through confirmations of anti-gun activist judges, and a reversal of all legislative and judicial gains enjoyed in recent years.

“President Obama is dithering while the free world dies at the hands of these rabid monsters,” Nugent notes in another column, correctly identifying the Islamist terror threat being imported and inflicted on Americans by their own government.  “If elected, there is every indication Mrs. Clinton will carry on with the guaranteed horror of self-inflicted multiculturalism that has turned so much of the world into a jihadist playground.”

We’re not just talking about increased terror attacks on U.S. soil. We’re talking about an agenda abetted by global elites that threatens to destroy the Republic.

“It is culturally suicidal not to have stringently enforced borders, especially during a war on terror when our own commander in chief’s allegiance is dangerously questionable at best,” Nugent observes in yet another editorial. “It is simply suicidal to let in hordes of so-called ‘refugees’ from lands infested with America-hating terrorists when you know damn well a certain percentage of them are dedicated to killing you.”

He clearly understands the dangers.

So why is he opposing the recall of Grover Norquist from the NRA Board? Especially after Norquist aligned himself with Michael Bloomberg’s “Partnership for a New American Economy” amnesty lobby? Noting the documented political sympathies, does Nugent think Bloomberg’s pushing that because his media empire needs cheap foreign labor? And how do charges of Norquist’s ties to Muslim Brotherhood operatives square with Nugent’s condemnations on one hand and enthusiastic testimonials on the other?

For that matter, noting the dangerous path of culturally terraforming America that Norquist and his enablers like Nugent are leading us down, how does any of it square with their obligations as NRA directors to adhere to Association Bylaws? Specifically, it violates the “Purposes and Objectives” policy mandate:

To protect and defend the Constitution of the United States [and] [t]o promote public safety, law and order, and the national defense…

Promoting Norquist as a champion of the right to keep and bear arms, when what he does while wearing his “immigration” hat threatens to enable its “legal” evisceration, allows NRA Beltway insider lobbyists to ignore Bylaws requirements by falling back on a phony “single issue” excuse. That in turn lets them give “A” grades to politicians who value cheap labor interests more than “secur[ing] the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.” And that keeps the cycle of sell-outs going.

Ted Nugent’s dire warning about illegal immigration and the dangers of Islamic “refugees” ring worse than hollow in light of his support for Grover Norquist. Looking at what he says out of the other side of his mouth, they ring a lot worse.



David Codrea blogs at The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance (, and is a field editor/columnist for GUNS Magazine. Named “Journalist of the Year” in 2011 by the Second Amendment Foundation for his groundbreaking work on the “Fast and Furious” ATF “gunwalking” scandal, he is a frequent event speaker and guest on national radio and television programs.



  1. Powerful article, David. Thank you.
    Puts me in mind of an old line — “Oh what a tangled web we weave…”
    Speaking of Nugent’s observation regarding the impotency of the GOP, I note often the conflicted oscillations in perception displayed by so many “R”s, which of course only proves that any fool can get elected but only the wise can stay a true course once seated in offices of power. The swooshing sound we hear is the hordes stampeding out the back door of the GOP, and I salute them for realizing after all that the two major parties are but tools in the hands of the internationalists.

    Keep on keepin’ ’em on their toes, David!

    Elias Alias, editor

  2. Dead-nuts on.

    Of course, this draws a perfect parallel to the dripping hypocrisy wherein multitudes who profess to be constitutionalists, liberty-advocates, Amendment II supporters etc, end up advocating, supporting, voting for or otherwise settling on ‘their brand’ of known statist-collectivist and somehow attempting to rationalize it all away with platitudes and mealy-mouthed rhetoric that they just gotta abandon or compromise their principles (as if they actually have any) and support ‘their guy’ because the alternative is somehow worse.

    All the while the globalist-collectivist cabal continues to advance the ball downfield toward their endgoal, regardless of which staged false ‘choice’ is allowed to be placed into office.

    And the clown-circus continues with the assistance of tens of millions of dupes and useful idiots.

    Nugent is a posterboy for this brand of ‘new’ american.

  3. The globalists always show their colors when forced to decide between Liberty and power. Good reporting as most believe Ted to be a icon of the patriot movement.

  4. Good to keep Ted honest but I think you’re “Straining the Gnats while swallowing the camel.” You quote NRA’s bylaws… “To protect and defend the Constitution of the United States [and] [t]o promote public safety, law and order, and the national defense…” The NRA has become part of the problem by supporting and endorsing candidates who routinely voice/vote support for the Second Amendment while subverting The Constitution in other areas. The NRA’s policies of how they choose what candidates to throw support behind works to keep the establishment in power. A newcomer to politics with strong Pro-Constitutional, Liberty First ideals will get no backing from the NRA because they won’t have a voting record on the Second Amendment, and thus an NRA endorsement will go to people like Mitch McConnell, keeping the status quo and further eroding our liberty while guaranteeing the we’ll eventually need those guns. They’ll not get any more of my dollars.

    1. Nor any of my dollars, Lex. What has the NRA done in the past 50 years to promote Liberty via the Constitution? All I’ve seen is a zillion dollar building thrown up on the most expensive real estate this Nation has to offer. Being from Illinois, we’re very used to closed back door deals, in which IRA/NRA participate in more than their share.

      1. A very good question was posed by Dr. Vierra on more than one occasion — Why on earth does the NRA refuse to advocate for the Constitutionally-required “Militia of the several States“?

        Their silence on the Militia issue itself screams loudly, vividly, and in technicolor.

        Elias Alias, editor

      2. “Their silence on the Militia issue itself screams loudly, vividly, and in technicolor.”


      3. chip,
        Mr Jefferson promised, that from time to time, we were gonna hafto do it ourselves.
        Buckle-up. YOU are the one you are looking for.

      4. Man, this hurts ! I have been a life member of the NRA since April, 1975. To read about this, I am just SICK to say the least !

    2. I have known Grover Norquist to be a false prophet of liberty but a real enemy of the constitution, freedom and liberty. I am disappointed and surprised to learn Nugent is also a false prophet.

      I quit the NRA many years ago, having been a loyal member as were my hunting buddy’s for at least twenty years. I learned the NRA was cutting deals and supporting politicians and policies that were detrimental to the second amendment. Wayne LA Pierre is a traitorous cur and not to be trusted.
      There are other gun advocacy groups that do a better job, but, none can be completely trusted to defend the constitution, that is the job of we the people. If we fail in our duty to our founders then the fault lies upon our shoulders.

    3. Agreed. The NRA is an example of an elitist hunting and range shooting club. Now they suddenly run adds to appear as if they are the only hope to save the 2nd Amendment. Sorry, but they are a day late and dollar short. They sat on their fat asses being political rather than being honest stanch supporters of the constitution, in particular solid support of a well regulated militia. I voiced my displeasure with them in the past and was ripped by their trolling blind supporters. We need a real NRA v2.0 that stands first for the truth of our constitutional rights to bear arms. Until then, no dollars from me nor the rest of my influence.


  5. “Project for a New American Economy”? Wasn’t “New American Economy” one of those things written on the backdrop that Rubio was using when he switched from boring to nasty? Now I have to wonder if Bloomberg was pulling his strings….

    1. Rubio’s thing was “A New American Century” … eerily similar to the “Project for a New American Century” (PNAC) … which published that their ideas would meet must resistance absent something cataclysmic, like a “new Pearl Harbor”. 9-11 provided that cataclysm.

  6. Many might know me or at least the Wildey Magnums. For over six years I had King Abdullah of Jordan as my business partner. This made it possible to work with the Muslim people and gave me cause to find out what was the cause of the problem that exists between a Muslim and a God fearing Christian.

    Back in the 60’s America choose sides in the conflict that existed between the Muslims and Jews, something men Washington and Jefferson warned us about. “Te only thing new is the history you haven’t read yet.” Since the Spanish American war, America has been on the road to Imperialism and this is an extension of that quest. Ron Paul said…”Because we are there, they are here.” The hatred on the part of Muslims is because of our own actions. Aside from murdering our own unborn babies, we have no problem killing people and breaking things around the world. I had no problem with Muslims in my years working with them and when I chose to look at the situation with an open mind, I came to the realization that…”I saw the enemy and the enemy is us” The biblical prophecies of America can be found in Revelations 18. Change the name Babylon to America. Pride is the sin of Satan and our pride will be our undoing.

    1. Me Thinketh Thee be right.
      And Ron Paul was right. We have brought this on ourselves. That realization itslf is the beginning of the undoing of our past error. Governments are tools of higher powers atop the pyramid of global economics. We witness in real time now our own damned government defying the written word and will of the American people, while the disconnect-idiots of WDC who sold us a massive lie remain unscathed in the aftermath of their greed and treason. The consciousness of what you have said must be taught to millions of Americans pronto.
      Elias Alias, editor

    2. Wildey: First I would hardly call you an adjective, bias observer in this situation. My first thought was how many Millions or was it Billions of dollars did you make over there? Second thought was did you get bought out or thrown out of Jordan? Third thought makes me want to ask you how much of Jordan did your partner and good buddy let you buy? After they got all the tech-knowledge and engineering you could offer, then you where conveniently not needed anymore? If for some reason it did not happen to you, I first hand witnessed it happen and know of other companies that it happened to. Look no further than Iran in the Seventies. Early seventies they were getting all that they could from USA and others, late seventies they were holding hostages and hating us. That is not what I call a good friend. Nor do I believe any of those countries over there are going to be our friends.

      You are right about Romans in the Bible, and you and Elias Alias are right about people in our government making wrong decisions out of greed, stupidity or whatever. However, I disagree with anyone that thinks that Muslims/Islam hate us because we sided with Jews at any time and they hate abortion. Jews, Christians and Muslims/Islam have been fighting for ever and are not going to quit. Have you heard the word “infidel” from Muslim/Islam countries ? In their countries and their perception of the World, you are a Muslim/Islam or an infidel. And they kill all infidels that will not convert to Muslim/Islam. Ask the lady’s family in Moore, Oklahoma who had her head cut off by a Muslim/Islam. I guess you would say that is all her fault, right ?????

      Books have been written, and people have spent lifetimes studying the situation, and Scholars will fight about it till the end of times, and personally you can and will believe as you please, as I will as I want to believe, [by the way that is another thing Muslims/Islam does not allow] but to say we should not have sided with the Jews of Israel, I will never believe. First if you believe that, you are only reading the parts of the bible you want to read or at least only believing what you want to believe. Second, in my mind, if you believe like Ron Paul and others, you would have to say if we did not take sides in the World and only protected our boarders, no one would ever invade us. No one like Hitler of Germany and the Emperor of Japan??? I do not believe that. And if we had not sided with the Jews and/or made peace with Muslims/Islam, they would not ever try to invade America? That is not any interpretation I have ever heard. They are out to make the World Muslim/Islam, no matter how they can accomplish it.

      For someone like you who reads a website on the Fight for Freedoms, like Oath Keepers, to try to blame America and say it is all our fault that we are in conflict with Muslims/Islam, is……… well let’s just agree that we disagree…… UNLESS you think that we should give them the nuclear weapons they want and then I am all for dropping them on all those counties over there via B52s Bombers and whatever else we have available, because again, I will never believe any of those counties will ever be our friends……..

    3. Sorry Wildey, you are not correct in your assessment of the Islamist cult. It is the Islam cult that has declared war on the rest of the world long before there was a USA, or any other modern country. They, the Muslim cult, are using people as yourself to be an apologist excuse maker. Islam has never in any of their history made any accord with the people of this planet, not even their own. We do not always do things right, however in light of any comparisons I refuse to apologize for the USA.

  7. I first heard about Grover Norquist from the Glenn Beck show. Beck had laid out all of the Norquist associations with the Islamist groups. Of course Norquist said they were untrue, so Beck offered him a chance to appear on the show and explain/defend his associations with the Muslims. I watched that show. Norquist did a lousy job of defending himself. I, too, am an NRA member. I recently voted to remove Norquist from the board. If there had ben onlt one or two associations, it would not have mattered so much, but there were more than a dozen–too many to ignore.

  8. “… halting the dangerous, America-destroying invasion of illegals across our borders, but you do nothing,” rocker and NRA Board member Ted Nugent charged in a public spanking of Republican elites. “[Y]our GOP has become indistinguishable from the crazed Democrats…”

    When is everyone going to face that the creation of a two party system was one of the first attacks against Americans, the US Constitution, our beliefs? The two parties are the “factions” we were warned to not have because it would divide and conquer, plus take the peoples interest away from the US Constitution and put them in the middle of whichever party they “support” . The concept that we need a party to give us a candidate is wrong. the ONLY way t have “parties” giving us candidates is to have at least one per state (like the state reps) that then represent nationally, and even that can be used AGAINST America and the US Constitution – look at all the reps supposedly representing the wishes of the people of their state.

    George Washington: “However [political parties] may now and then answer popular ends, they are likely in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government, destroying afterwards the very engines which have lifted them to unjust dominion.”

    As Thomas Jefferson said, “When once a republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil.”

    The only people who can lawfully change the way our voting is, our elections is us. WE can dump all parties or have many, but anything that is supposed to be a tool of the people such as elections must NEVER be allowed to be taken over by any small group or people.

    First everyone here is still talking as if those Domestic Enemies and Traitors, plus the presidential imposters put into place by election fraud serving within our governments supposedly are our government and can lawfully, even legally do the things they have done – they cannot. They are NOT our government, as our government is in writing, they are just serving within it and are bound to follow it to have any legitimate authority.

    Those that serve within our governments at EVERY level are bound by Oaths (required of all of them) and under contract to the US Constitution, the supreme LAW and contract of our land – including those that serve within our state governments that have two contracts they are under with the US Constitution being supreme, and the state Constitution being the highest contract and LAW in that state.

    No one who serves as US President can create laws/regulations/codes/etc that are binding on America and Americans. So NOTHING “Fast Tracked”, EO’d, etc is/are lawful, legal and/or binding on the American people. Obama is not even a lawful US president, nor was he a lawful US presidential candidate. No agency in any branch of our government can create laws/regulations/codes/etc that are binding on America and Americans that authority/power was NOT delegated to them.

    When those that supposedly serve within our governments do not keep the contracts (US Constitution and state Constitutions) they are no longer serving within our governments, they are taking it over. They are using the factions called “parties” to put people into place to do so. Dr. Vieira is absolutely correct on this when he says that the people who SERVE within our governments at any level, be they elected, hired, contracted, etc that do not follow the US Constitution they are “null and void” as it is THE requirement and terms they serve under.

    Dr. Edwin Vieira: “This has nothing to do with personalities or subjective ideas. It’s a matter of what the Constitution provides…

    The government of the United States has never violated anyone’s constitutional rights…
    The government of the United States will never violate anyone constitutional rights, because it cannot violate anyone’s constitutional rights. The reason for that is: The government of the United States is that set of actions by public officials that are consistent with the Constitution. Outside of its constitutional powers, the government of the United States has no legitimacy. It has no authority; and, it really even has no existence. It is what lawyers call a legal fiction.” (End quote)

    Illegals are still illegals no matter what is said, what “laws/regulations/codes/etc is newly created by these people supposedly serving within our government say to the contrary.

    When lies, deceit, Election Fraud, etc is used to get those people put into place; when those people who are supposedly currently serving within our governments do NOT keep the Oath or follow the duties assigned to the position/branch they occupy

    It is important to understand that James Madison believed that America should welcome the immigrant who could assimilate, but exclude the immigrant who could not readily “incorporate himself into our society.”

    James Madison: “It is no doubt very desirable that we should hold out as many inducements as possible for the worthy part of mankind to come and settle amongst us, and throw their fortunes into a common lot with ours. But why is this desirable?”
    “Not merely to swell the catalogue of people. No, sir, it is to increase the wealth and strength of the community; and those who acquire the rights of citizenship, without adding to the strength or wealth of the community are not the people we are in want of.”

    George Washington emphasized that immigrants should be absorbed into American life so that “by an intermixture with our people, they, or their descendants, get assimilated to our customs, measures, laws: in a word soon become one people.”

    Alexander Hamilton: “The safety of a republic depends essentially on the energy of a common national sentiment; on a uniformity of principles and habits; on the exemption of the citizens from foreign bias and prejudice; and on that love of country which will almost invariably be found to be closely connected with birth, education and family.” And continued with “… the preservation of a national spirit and a national character.” He flat out asserted that, “To admit foreigners indiscriminately to the rights of citizens the moment they put foot in our country would be nothing less than to admit the Grecian horse into the citadel of our liberty and sovereignty.”

    Consider this, everything that our forefathers and framers said would tear apart America and destroy her from within has, and is being used against us today. Little by little over time they implemented parties, etc. They brought in foreigners and instead of encouraging assimilation they instead encouraged those “immigrants” to stay in their own enclaves, not learn English or American values, etc.

    They destroyed our Militias, our banking and money – even confiscated our gold, silver from us and it was allowed, our educational system, they spent OUR money to send corporations, businesses out of America which they continue to receive as corporate welfare4. WE allowed them to steal our land from each state, to open wide our borders that WE AS THE MILITIA are constitutionally assigned to defend. WE allowed them to silence our voice and they are NOT even our legitimate government, so they are NOT our government.

    All of you, our government is in writing, the people who serve within it are NOT “the” government, only employees be they elected, hired, contracted, etc.

    Those unconstitutional laws/regulations/codes/etc are NOT lawful or even legal under the US Constitution. They do not really even are laws/regulations/codes/etc and acting like they are, like they are legitimate in any way is GIVING AMERICA AWAY to our enemies of our nation, our country, our US Constitution.

    It is us, and particularly our children that will pay, IF they are allowed to live.

    They use “law enforcement” against us as has ALWAYS been done throughout history. That is why it is now called a \Police State” (the choice of it remaining one is up to those who serve within law enforcement, up to those who serve within OUR military). They use food against us, they deliberately poison our water, they poison our air, give our children vaccinations that are full of deadly chemicals, etc.

    WE don’t just have a (forbidden) standing military, we have a “Pentagon” that has our people in unlawful wars of aggression. We have a blending of the forbidden federal “law enforcement with state “law enforcement”.

    They are working to deceitfully, not lawful or even legally, take away our weapons, silence our voices, control what we are allowed to say by “polita-speech”; spy on us everywhere even in within our homes, our bedrooms, – and WE allow it to go on.

    If you do not believe they are committing war against us, at times using our own people in them against us to spy, arrest, murder and injure us and even our children, think again.

    Do not let any unlawful, unconstitutional thing go unrecognized for what it is. They have committed war against us using everything they can to weaken, dumb us down, to destroy our nation. It is war against America, and there are many deaths that are ongoing because of it.

    Black’s Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition, defines as Color of law: “The appearance or semblance, without the substance, of legal right. Misuse of power, possessed by virtue of state law and made possible only because wrongdoer is clothed with authority of state, is action taken under “color of law.” Black’s Law Dictionary, Fifth Edition, page 241.

    U.S. Supreme Court CAHA v. U.S., 152 U.S. 211: “Generally speaking, within any state of this Union the preservation of the peace and the protection of person and property are the functions of the state government, and are NO PART of the primary duty, at least, of the nation. The laws of congress in respect to those matters DO NOT extend into the territorial limits of the states, but have force ONLY in the District of Columbia, and other places that are within the exclusive jurisdiction of the national government.”

    28 C.F.R. Section 0.85 Terrorism is defined as “the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives”.

    1. All that is left for us is the second amendment and the will to restore the US Constitution. Many say it is a flawed document, well we most likely need to remove every amendment and then don’t accept anyone’s attempt at turning it into a ‘living document’ again. God Bless America, or the remnant thereof.

  9. Spot on!
    I have not been a member of the NRA for some time now. When I realized that at least the majority, and certainly the board were not those who I wanted speaking on my behalf, my dues and contributions stopped.
    The 2nd amendment has a clear purpose when you put it together with the rest of the Constitution, and the intent of the Founders. Those who debated, and then ratified the document understood that the power to control needed to be in the hands of the people, and that power must reside in a body recognized with the authority “to execute the Laws of the Union, suppress Insurrections, and repel Invasions”.
    In an organization that pretends that the power does not exist, one may only conclude that the NRA’s efforts, as Mr. Codrea states “ring worse than hollow” in a pretend fight to support the 2nd.

  10. Never received a good answer from the NRA about supporting and giving funds and really getting Harry Reid re-elected in 2010.Look what Mr. Reid has done since then including threatening,coercing and i’m sure some bribing.(Speculation on my part)Obamacare,And all the land that is owned by the FEDs in Nevada.Evil finds its way into everything that is or should i say was good. Well NRA???

  11. David Codrea: You are the man who should interview him, us little people will never get close to him. Why don’t you interview him and tell him the facts and ask him flat out and then tell us what he says ??? He probably thinks “Grover” is some kind of Sesame Street character you are referring to…. Besides anyone who would think Ted Nugent is a Patriot to be looked up to is really kindda sleeping, because mostly, Ted Nugent is all in for Ted Nugent and mostly does these public stunts and appearances to try to keep Ted Nugent relevant, not for much of any other reason. I would sure like somebody to tell me how Ted and the NRA justifies Grover Norquest being part of the NRA organization. Single issue does not cut it, because, unfortunately, the Second Amendment today, as it always has been, is part of a vast amount of issues, there is no single issue, anyone who would think so is pushing some real trash…..

  12. I would hesitate to throw stones at Ted Nugent until after giving him an opportunity to fully review the reports on Norquist and give his response. He may likely reconsider his support alliance after gaining more education. I reckon there is not a one of us liberty dedicated patriots that has not adjusted our attitudes as our awareness of the cabal corruption grows. Heck, I become more enlightened almost daily, causing me to take thought on my thoughts as further enlightenment helps my new thinking displace the old stinkin’ thinkin’. My notion is the beating up on each other in the liberty movement when myriads of liberals are already busy at that task, is playing right into their hands. Before judging him, my notion is to hold Ted’s feet to the fire to see his response after reviewing all the facts. As a 42 year life member of NRA, I am so disappointed with it and am not a current contributor. The real deal is GOA of which I have been a life member for only about 10 years and I implicitly trust them. Thanks to each of you for your liberty passion. May we all find the best in each other and eradicate our faults as we continue to learn and engage in grassroots activism.

  13. Interesting. There is always more than one side to every story. Was Ted contacted and did he explain these inconsistencies?

  14. What NRA leadership? Who’s Ted Nugent? I prefer CCR in “Bad Moon Rising” and “Run Through The Jungle”.

  15. I gave up my NRA membership several years ago when I saw they were doing nothing about the States Militia, it should be front and center. We don’t even own the software to our voting machines, it now belongs to Spain. How are we ever going to get things under control when others are allowed to own key parts of the out of control system. And speaking about the system, why is the Electoral College allowed to exist anymore, it has outlived it’s usefulness. We vote, and then they decide, this is crazy. I ran for State Senate in Hawaii, almost won, a front and center conservative almost made it, this is an expensive fight, but it must be won, right now I can’t afford to try it again, but would if I could. We have got to educate people better if we are going to make it. Education is the key! It is time to wake up the sleeping giant with the cold hard slap of reality! If the Republic falls we are all going to have to fight twice as hard to get it back. I proudly stand my ground, what say ye? It is time those who have stayed quiet to now speak loud. One voice is a cry, four is a band, 20 million is a choir.

  16. Ted Nugent ??? I never have liked his music that much . I think that his Princeable’s need too be fine-tuned and I don’t think that he is a deep thinker and I tent to put him in a odd category !! As for the N.R.A. I’ve been a member for 25 year’s and have nothing to show for it !!! What to do oh what to do ?


    We are in the endgame of the global elite’s plan for the permanaent UNDOING of the American Revolution.
    This plan has been rolled out over a period longer than a century, most likely.
    A brain child of the infamous elite Free Mason and KKK founder Albert Pike in the 1870’s.

    Yet, we continue to play their stupid political games, and rationalize the loss of our Natural Liberties and Rights.

    Here’s how I see it.

    There is only one party (D vs R is a joke, a “ping pong game”).

    The mainstream media is controlled by the CIA.

    9-11 was an inside job (as well as many other false flag events).

    This is the endgame of a decades long takedown of American and her Liberty.

    We are just about finished.

    The plan is for a New World Order.
    Eventually, membership in this religion will be mandatory, with DEATH for those who refuse to convert.
    There will be concentration camps, battles, famine, and a collapse of this country.
    They might goad Russia into attacking us with a Nuclear EMP, which will destroy our electric grid and electronics.
    If this happens, it is likely that 90% of the USA will be dead within one year.
    After some time, there will be a NWO compliant foreign invasion to finish us off.
    I pray this doesn’t happen, but it seems to be the direction we are going in.

    Regarding the current front runners in the GOP Primary Race for President in 2016.

    Cruz is a fraud. CFR and Goldman Sachs connected. He supported the ” fast track authority ” TPA which short circuits congressional authority. These are serious problems with his candidacy. His father was a protégé of the fake healer sensation Bennie Hinn! He is the GOP parallel to candidate Obama in 2008 on 4 levels. 1 questionable eligibility, 2 backed by the super elite, 3 pretends to be a constitutionalist and a Christian, 4 appeared on the scene in a recent Senate election. No thanks. Now, Neil Bush, John Hinckley Jr’s buddy (does that name ring a bell?), is helping the Cruz campaign. Cruz is a globalist NWO supporter.

    OUR leaders created this mess, deliberately. They work for people OTHER than We the People, clearly. The USA is on the “chopping block” for re-organization, and the North American Union treaty was a major step in that effort, signed by George Bush in 2005. Candidate Ted Cruz’ wife Heidi, worked at the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations) in 2005 on a panel promoting this treaty. It’s right on their website. http://wwwcfrorg/…/building-north-american…/p8102

    Why the attacks on Donald Trump?

    Nothing anyone can dig up about Donald Trump can come close to what this big government party (both D and R) has done since the JFK assassination, which they orchestrated. Millions upon millions of dead, countless monstrous lies….

    There is only one party. They don’t care if they lose to Hillary. They are worried about the gallows, should Trump really go after them for their crimes. Trump isn’t in their little club and he isn’t a puppet.
    Or, he’s also phoney and playing a role.
    If he wins, we get to find out.

    Regardless, the elite and our “leaders” know what they’ve done and it isn’t nice.

  18. Mr. Nugent, by his own account, deliberately malnourished himself, stopped any hygiene, and took drugs to get a deferment from the draft – citing he “…didn’t want to get his ass blown off in Vietnam” – I remember reading the 1977 interview at the time. IMHO his music kinda sucks too – check it out: – he’s as much a patriot as that ass clown Trump.

  19. I have been thinking about this article ever since it came out and now write this to get it off of my chest.

    I do not appreciate this article, it clearly berates Ted Nugent and brings negative attention to him. This angers me. I was an Oathkeeper long before I joined this organisation. I am forever an Oathkeeper like many men and women here.

    In my lifetime, in my circle of knowledge and understanding NO ONE has done more for the 2nd Amendment rights than Ted Nugent. For this reason I feel he deserves more respect than David Codrea is giving him.

    The facts about the immigration issue and the facts about Grover Norquist I do not know. David certainly has a right to take issue with Ted Nugent if he has his facts right. I feel he should have done so directly to Ted Nugent instead of writing an article and getting it published and sent to all oathkeepers and who knows where else.

    If for no other reason for the FACT that Ted Nugent speaks volumes for all American Citizens that use their 2nd Amendment rights.

    This does not make Mr Nugent above reproach or above the law or perfect in my eyes, but I feel he does deserve more respect than Mr Codrea has given to him due to the very public article berating Ted Nugents character.

    Two Americans stand out in my mind as being positive outspoken Americans for God given gun rights. Charleton Heston and Ted Nugent.

    So I must say your article has pissed me off David Codrea, it upsets me that an Oathkeeper would publicly insult Mr Nugent like you have.

    I ask you to not insult him anymore and to direct your questions and inquiries to him directly instead of publicly out of respect for his years and years of Public outreach with respect to 2nd Amendment rights and just down right common sense.

    I know Ted Nugent can take up for himself, but in the world I live in now, my thoughts, beliefs, my way of life is being attacked and insulted by the socialist liberals everyday. Is it too much to ask that we as Patriot Brothers give each other proper respect in the public eye, and keep disagreements amongst each other, as men of a higher standard than the rest of the world seems to be ?

    I think not, it is definitely not too much to ask. Respect comes natural for me, disrespect flows from me only when it has been slammed upon me first.

    Anyways that my 2 cents .

    Keep up the Good fight Good People !
    For we are on the side of the Good, standing against evil oppression.

      1. I read your other article, you still slam him, I still say his “good” FAR outweighs his bad. Therefore he should be given more respect. You seem to come at him from a perspective that he should be “perfect”, which is a standard that no one can live up to.

        ” For him not to know this stuff means he’s an oblivious dolt who has no business being considered a “gun rights leader” this is a quote from your article, so because he chooses to support someone different than you would, one an issue separate from the 2nd amendment, you state he is not a gun rights leader ?

        This seems like a personal dislike for him that you have, it sounds and feels biased to me.

        He is a gun rights leader because by his own choosing he has been speaking publicly about our God given rights and American Freedoms for 40 years.

        I say he deserves more respect than you are giving him for this reason. This is my opinion and it will not change because during my life on this earth he is THE MOST OUTSPOKEN PRO GUN RIGHTS ADVOCATE I have ever seen, PERIOD.

      2. You seem incapable of grasping the issue here and putting it in perspective.

        On the one hand, Nugent is a flamboyant, one-hit, has-been, trailer-trash celebrity in snakeskin and fish boots, with no filters or delays between his brain and his motormouth. On the other hand, pro-gun statements exit his mouth and he claims to understand the danger of illegal immigration and Islamic immigration, which is good.

        Yet Nugent goes way out of his way to help the beltway vampires who control the NRA defeat the Norquist recall. Norquist is an open-immigration, Left-“Libertarian” islamophile who married a palestinian. He’s working with the NRA’s alleged arch enemy Michael Bloomberg to accelerate the permanent takeover and cultural terraforming of the USA by over-immigration, invasion-occupation, and anchor-Democrat / anchor-Jihadi fast-breeding. Norquist is an infiltraitor in our own command post, which is always incomparably more damaging than the open enemy on the other side of the wire.

        What good does it do to make flamboyant pro-gun, pro-American noises on the one hand, while collaborating with our enemies’ most deadly long game on the other hand? Nugent does more damage to the Second Amendment and the USA by protecting the Norquislings on the NRA board than the good he does with his flaming celebrity routine.

        If celebs are exempt from standards, then they don’t belong on the NRA board of directors. It’s irresponsible to demand that Codrea look the other way while Nugent protects the enemy within.

        If you’ve never seen anyone more pro-gun than Nugent, you haven’t looked. Nugent isn’t doing gun rights all that big a favor on a good day. Nugent is about Nugent. He gets more benefit from being a flamboyant, unaccountable, celebrity has-been on the NRA board than the 2A cause gets from having an unaccountable, flamboyant, celebrity has-been on the NRA board. Codrea and others I could name are more pro-gun than Nugent and actually make great personal sacrifices to be pro-gun, with the additional benefit of being continuously rational.

    1. Yeah! This makes me angry too! Shoot the messenger! How dare Codrea not continue to pretend that Nugent’s not an ignorant, negligent, self-serving motormouth hypocrite! Codrea should be forced to buy Nugent some new fishboots!

      Who cares if Nugent collaborates with Norquist who collaborates with Bloomberg and Islamists! Nugent is a great celebrity, a one-hit wonder, and therefore should be exempt from all standards! He’s greater than us, so he should be able to do or say anything!

      How do I write Nugent so well? I think of a lowlife in a trailer park, I give him one low-life hit 40 years ago and a bunch of glazy-eyed fanboys, dress him up like a lizard, and take away reason and accountability!

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