NRA's Ted Nugent Calls For The "Evil Carcasses" Of Obama And Other Democrats In Gun Groups Pitch

NRA's Ted Nugent Calls For The "Evil Carcasses" Of Obama And Other Democrats In Gun Groups Pitch

Nugent Plugs NRA and John Lott While Offering Incendiary Commentary

Blog ››› ››› TIMOTHY JOHNSON

Ted Nugent called for "freedom" or the "evil carcasses" of President Obama and other progressive politicians in a Facebook post where he told followers to support the National Rifle Association and discredited gun advocate John Lott's Crime Prevention Research Center.

Nugent is a longtime member of the NRA's board of directors, conservative columnist, and spokesperson for Outdoor Channel. In his October 14 post, Nugent named President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, "Clinton," Sen. Charles Schumer (D-IL), Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA), Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL), and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg (I) as participants in a "propaganda jihad against our right to self-defense." He added, "JOIN THE NRA! Be the best American you can be. Freedom or their evil carcasses for traction back to it."

Nugent also called on supporters to donate money to the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC), a group founded by economist John Lott. Lott's research on gun issues, including his famous "more guns, less crime" theory, has been discredited in academic circles and he has faced credible accusations of data manipulation and fabrication. He often twists statistics on gun violence in order to advance a pro-gun agenda. A recent CPRC report purporting to point out errors in a study on mass shootings from Bloomberg's Everytown for Gun Safety was actually itself riddled with errors that undermined its claims.

Nugent regularly helps fundraise for CPRC and has reportedly served on the group's board of directors.

Nugent's Facebook post:

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Outdoor Channel
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Ted Nugent
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