Ted Nugent Says Gene Simmons’ Anti-Vaxxer Comments Are “Not Truth, Logic and Common Sense”

Legendary rocker Ted nugent criticized again Gene Simmons for calling unvaccinated people an “enemy”, saying that the TO KISS The bassist / singer’s comments are “not truth, logic and common sense”.

In an appearance on Talkshoplive‘s Rock n roll channel two weeks ago, Simmons said many people were turned away from the recently terminated group Kiss Kruise because they were not vaccinated. All the guests of the cruise, who was on a Norwegian Cruise Line boat, were to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

“If you are willing to walk among us without being vaccinated, you are an enemy,” said the 72-year-old. Simmons said November 10.

“This whole idea, this crazy, evil idea that you can do whatever you want and the rest of the world be damned, is really terrible,” he added. “We need to identify these people and bring them out into the open so you know who they are.”

Nugent, an outspoken conspiracy theorist who refused to be vaccinated, spoke to Simmons‘s while condemning the progressive culture of “political correctness” and criticizing Democrats for supposedly adopting policies that produce recidivism.

Earlier today, Ted taken to his Twitter to write: “Political correctness is the abandonment of humanity

“The left has its own hypocrisy, and their hypocrisy has no end! Truth, logic and common sense will set them free! Disarmed and helpless = helpless and helpless.

“Toxic criminals endanger the good and the rule of law among us every time one of these bastards is released into the world. Get involved in your community and make sure someone with the truth, the logic and common sense is in the decision making position.

“Recently the Joe pags show, I answer to Gene Simmons comments on the unvaccinated. I like Uncomfortable, and he’s a big man and rock solid in the asset column, but these statements are not truth, logic, and common sense. “

During the aforementioned appearance on the “The Joe Pags Show”, Nugent said about Simmons: “I think [Gene has] been so bombed. Remember, he lives in Los Angeles. Number one i love Gene Simmons – he is a tall man, solid as a rock in the trumps column. But my own brother, who has also spent most of his life in New York and LA, they are so overwhelmed with lies and hate and misinformation. And when the people on the coast – and I mean overall; only the guilty need to feel guilty – but when they call someone a racist, they are racist; when they deal with someone as a child molester, it usually comes from a child molester. So you have to give them the benefit of the doubt. But the real shock, I think, and you will agree, is that here is Uncomfortable that speaks the truth, logic and common sense most of the time – I really respect the big picture of man – but here is a man who constantly, and rightly, refers to the fact that his mother survived to the Holocaust where the abuse of power monsters were forcing people to succumb. And then the Nuremberg trials [a series of military tribunals held after World War II to convict Nazis of their war crimes, including six million Jews and other minorities for medical trials] proved that no man, no human has the right to force all drugs or adverse experiences, like this investigational drug, on people again. And here Gene Simmons, which so powerfully educates people about the horrors of demonic Nazism and the Holocaust, then compartmentalizes it and literally falls into the abyss of abuse of power. It’s kind of like a lot of my Jewish friends who are against guns and think guns should be banned, which was what Joseph Goebbels and Hitler made.

Joe, on an honest intellectual level, I cannot explain it “, Ted tell the host Joe pags Why Uncomfortable made his comments. “I just know that I love Gene Simmons, and I’ll call it and try to fix it. “

According to the non-partisan and non-profit website Checking the facts, although vaccines reduce the likelihood of getting infected, they are not 100% effective, so there is a risk that an unvaccinated person will infect a vaccinated person, especially vulnerable people, such as the elderly and immunocompromised people. And, although vaccination offers excellent protection against serious illness, a small proportion of those vaccinated still require ICU care.

More than 59% of the country’s population are currently fully immunized against the coronavirus, while more than 69% have received at least one injection, according to data from the CDC.

More than 776,000 people have died from coronavirus in the United States

Last month, Nugent Appeared on “Off The Record” where he again said he would not take the COVID-19 vaccine because the vaccines available in the United States were developed in less than a year are likely bogus.

“It’s not a vaccine,” he said. “This is an experimental shot. Now the FDA was forced to authorize it recently, but they hit people with an experimental shot until it was bogus.

“I don’t believe it’s a vaccine,” he reiterated. “Most Americans don’t believe this is a vaccine. The only people who take it are either gullible or forced because they are going to lose their jobs, their lives and their livelihoods.”

When asked what he would say to people who think it’s a valid vaccine and saves lives, Ted – who spoke openly about his battle with COVID-19 seven months ago – said: “I appreciate the opportunity to talk to the people who have gone ahead and got the jab. I speak their language. I will speak to them like this: Baaaaaah. ”He said, imitating a sheep. “Baaaaaah. Baaaaaah. Baaaaaah. They understand that.”

When the principal correspondent of the Capitol Tim skubick demand Nugent at close range if he thinks the millions of people who have been shot are “just plain stupid”, Ted replied: “Yes.”

In April, Nugent spoke of the darker days of his battle with COVID-19, saying he had “never been so scared” in his entire life. The 72-year-old pro-gun activist, who previously claimed the virus was “not a real pandemic,” said: “It was really scary. I didn’t think I was going to make it. I didn’t literally couldn’t function. for about 20 hours and then they came and rescued me… The six foot two inch 225 pound headache [this time] was unlike anything I have ever known. I mean, from the tips of my toes to the top of my hair, I was literally dizzy and weak and struggling to get up to use the bathroom. And I would lie in the tub two or three times a day with the water as hot as possible, just to distract myself. “

Ted also said he was being treated for COVID-19 by a group of doctors who made a video last year calling for the use of hydroxychloroquine to fight the novel coronavirus, despite warnings from health experts public. Nugent then detailed his clinical management of COVID-19, saying he was taking hydroxychloroquine, “a drug proven for 65 years”, as well as ivermectin, “another proven drug”.

In the past, Nugent, a faithful Donald trump partisan, had called the virus a “left-wing scam to destroy” the 45th American president. He also repeated a narrative pushed by conservative media and disputed by health experts that suggests the official death toll from the coronavirus is inflated.

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