In a gesture of defiance, Nugent grabbed his privates and said, "I've got your blue state right here. Black and Blue."

By Jon Wiederhorn

One of the few artists to stump for Donald Trump, radical rocker Ted Nugent performed the National Anthem at a Trump rally in Sterling Heights, Michigan on Sunday (Nov. 6). He topped his performance with a gesture of defiance when he grabbed his privates and said, “I’ve got your blue state right here. Black and blue.”

Related: Ted Nugent Appears in Extended Donald Trump Campaign Ad

During his appearance at the two-hour-plus rally at the Freedom Hill Amphitheater, Nugent performed solo versions of “Fred Bear” and “Never Stop Believing.” He also attacked Hillary Clinton with a brief comment.

“Each and every one of you have only 24 hours to convince the numb nuts that you know, that you can’t vote for criminals, you can’t vote for liars, you can’t vote for scam artists.”

Trump was in Michigan to make a last-minute push for support in the traditionally Democratic state.

Watch Ted Nugent’s performance and commentary here starting at 25:21:

Post Author: brian.ives.


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