"Are you kidding me? America still has a soul. Not everybody, but enough of us."

“I’m actually a little teary-eyed this morning” rocker Ted Nugent said as he took to Facebook Live yesterday (Nov. 9) to express his happiness over Donald Trump’s triumph over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.

“Are you kidding me? America still has a soul. Not everybody, but enough of us.”

“We declared our independence, and we told Hillary Clinton we don’t accept liars, scammers, thieves and rotten freedom-hating, constitution hating, conniving criminals to be President. Thank you America, good going. Good work!”

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Nugent also promised to kiss America’s middle finger and vowed to “bash down tall buildings” with his scrotum (although his wife, Shemane, protested). The Nuge then summed it all up by quoting his 1975 track “Stranglehold.”

“Oh, we’re in deep s*** now. You thought I was hard-hitting before? ‘Here I come again now baby, like a dog in heat. You can tell it’s me by the clamor now, baby, I like to tear up the street. Now I’ve been smoking for so long baby, you know I’m here to stay. I’ve got you in a stranglehold mother*******, get the f*** out of my way.'”

(h/t Ultimate Classic Rock)


–Joe Cingrana/WCBS-FM


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