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Back in June, we reported that Bille Joe Armstrong, the frontman for the band Green Day, had announced plans to renounce his U.S. citizenship over the overturning of Roe V. Wade. Now, Ted Nugent is firing back at Armstrong by letting him know just how idiotic this plan is. 

Warning: The video below contains profanity and abject stupidity.

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Nugent Blasts Armstrong

“I saw what Billie Armstrong of GREEN DAY [said the other night at a concert in London],” Nugent said. “[They’re] just an incredible band — just unbelievable musicians. They started out as just a punk [group] and a garage band, but, boy, they can really play. But when you just go berserk to kill babies and to ban guns and to open the borders and support a government that imports fentanyl chemical warfare against American citizens.”

“And even [pop superstar] Pink [who recently went on a Twitter rampage and told supporters of the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade to ‘never listen to my music again’] — again, just a great, great talented artist,” he added. “And their work ethic should be applauded. But how they end up… And I’m not accusing anybody of abusing substances, but you have to have abused a lot of substances to be that stupid and to be that disconnected from good over evil instead of supporting evil over good.”

Nugent was referring to the fact that the pop star Pink had told anyone who supports the overturning of Roe V. Wade, and is therefore against abortion, to stop listening to her music. 

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“So I’ve always had the greatest audiences,” Nugent continued. “Maybe there’s a lot of people in my audiences that don’t agree with my politics, because my politics are pretty simple: the U.S. Constitution. ‘Hey, Ted, I love your political ideas.’ The Constitution isn’t ideas; the Constitution is self-evident truth. So thank you, everybody supporting me. And you know what? If somebody plays killer music that you don’t agree with their politics, enjoy the killer music anyway.”

Watch Nugent talk more about this in the video below.

Nugent Praises Supreme Court

This comes days after Nugent said that the Supreme Court “did a good job” in overturning Roe V. Wade and handing the issue of abortion back to the states.

“When the left keeps saying that, ‘We lost our constitutional right to an abortion,’ share that phrase in the Constitution with me where it gives you the right to kill the unborn,” Nugent said. “My point being, it isn’t mentioned in the Constitution, so I’m gonna repeat once again, ‘Any rights herein not enumerated are left up to the States.”

“Clearly, the abortion issue, like any other issue, idea or hunch that is not enumerated in the Constitution or the Bill Of Rights clearly is up to the states,” he continued. “Even a guitar player doesn’t need any translator for that one. So once again, it is the hysteria…”

Nugent Attacks Armstrong And Pink Again

Nugent then shifted to attacking Armstrong and Pink once again. 

“And I’ve gotta tell ya, the word ‘cruelty’ from the left,” he said. “I’ve witnessed some artists out there, like Billie Armstrong of GREEN DAY — he’s incredibly talented, but he’s just lost his soul — and Pink, an incredibly talented, work-ethic artist, who just scream and just attack people who choose not to have an abortion.”

“By the way, as you and I speak right now, if anybody wants an abortion in America, guess what — they can get one,” Nugent added. “It’s not the banning of abortions; it’s bringing it back to constitutionality and common sense.”

Watch Nugent talk more about this in the video below.

Nugent Isn’t Afraid

The woke mob doesn’t want anything to do with people who disagree with its radical ideology, but Nugent is one of the few celebrities out there who is unafraid to express his conservative views. He’s also not afraid of opposing viewpoints.

Like he said, “If somebody plays killer music that you don’t agree with their politics, enjoy the killer music anyway.”

Perhaps Armstrong and Pink would do well to take a page out of his playbook and think twice before they continue to spread their ignorant liberal propaganda. 

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