Ted Nugent Just Shared Photo Of ‘Punks’ Who ‘Hate Freedom,’ 1 Thing About It Has People Wanting It Removed

Rocker Ted Nugent has doubled down on a Facebook rant against gun control in the wake of criticism from Jewish leaders and being called a “wacko” by the New York Daily News, which accused him of being anti-Semitic.

The firestorm began early Monday when Nugent posted a graphic to his Facebook page that included images of 12 Jewish leaders, all labeled with Israeli flags, beneath a headline that read “So who is really behind gun control?”

Those pictured included New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Democratic New York Sen. Chuck Schumer, all labeled in a derogatory manner, such as “Jew York City Mayor Mikey Bloomberg” and “Sen. Chucky boy Schumer.” Emanuel’s text reads: “Served in Israel’s army during Gulf war.” Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz and Democratic California Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein are also depicted.

Along with the graphic, which Jewish groups said had been used in the past by anti-Jewish groups, Nugent added his own message.

“Know these punks. They hate freedom, they hate good over evil, they would deny us the basic human right to self defense & to KEEP & BEAR ARMS while many of them have tax paid hired ARMED security! Know them well. Tell every1 you know how evil they are. Let us raise maximum hell to shut them down!” he wrote.

Know these punks. They hate freedom, they hate good over evil, they would deny us the basic human right to self defense …

Posted by Ted Nugent on Monday, February 8, 2016

Jewish groups responded to Nugent’s attack, calling for the post to come down.

“Ted Nugent has a long history of being an equal opportunity offender. But his latest share on Facebook, making the outrageous suggestion that Jews are behind gun control, is nothing short of conspiratorial anti-Semitism,” said Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan A. Greenblatt, who urged Nugent to take the down the post.

“Ted Nugent has every right to advocate against gun control laws. However he won’t be getting a free pass for his anti-Semitic bigotry,” said Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean of the Wiesenthal Center. “There are Jews on both sides of the gun control controversy and Nugent knows it. He owes our community an apology. He can start by removing the offensive graphic and if he won’t we urge Facebook to do it for him.”

Nugent was not retreating.

“Just when you hope that mankind couldnt possibly get any dumber or more dishonest, superFreaks rise to the occasion,” he posted late Monday night. “What sort of racist prejudiced POS could possibly not know that Jews for guncontrol are nazis in disguise? “NEVER AGAIN!” Anyone? Anyone??”

Just when you hope that mankind couldnt possibly get any dumber or more dishonest, superFreaks rise to the occasion….

Posted by Ted Nugent on Monday, February 8, 2016

“The founder of Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership called me his 2nd Amendment/Freedom hero. The NEVER AGAIN battlecry was universally embraced by all good people who will make sure another Holocaust never happens again. Freaks have plummeted to whole new low. Plummet on punks. Plummet on. Meanwhile I adjust my yamika at my barmitzva playing my kosher guitar. My dad killed nazis & saved Jews in WWII. Eat me,” Nugent wrote.

h/t: Facebook

This State’s Controversial New ‘Gun-Free Zone’ Bill Will Have Libs Everywhere Outraged

Two Republican Tennessee lawmakers are firing back at gun-free zones.

Tennessee State Sen. Dolores R. Gresham and State Rep. Jeremy Faison are supporting legislation that would allow anyone who can’t use the weapons they have a right to carry by virtue of being in a gun-free zone to sue whoever it is that established the gun-free zone.

“It is the intent of this section to balance the right of a handgun carry permit holder to carry a firearm in order to exercise the right of self-defense and the ability of a property owner or entity in charge of the property to exercise control over governmental or private property,” the senate version of the bill states.

Faison explained why he believes the law balances the rights of a gun owner with those of a property owner.

“I believe in the Second Amendment; I don’t believe a person should be held back from having a gun. However, I also believe in property rights. If you have a business, and you don’t want guns there, you certainly have a right to do that,” Faison said.

“That being said, if you’re going to deny me protecting myself, then you should protect me. If you haven’t protected me, and you don’t allow me to protect myself, then I’m going to say it’s your fault if something happens,” he said.

Faison said the bill was crafted in response to comments from law enforcement officials.

“I can’t tell you how many sheriffs I’ve heard — and people in law enforcement — that said, ‘You know what? It would’ve been nice if somebody had a gun, that could have stopped this,’” Faison said.

h/t: Young Conservatives

BOOM: NRA’s Wayne LaPierre Just Slapped Obama With This Defiant Promise

Wayne LaPierre, the executive director of the NRA, has challenged President Obama to an hour-long, “one-on-one”  debate.

“Americans are growing more and more sick and tired of Barack Obama. They’re sick of the sanctimony, the narcissistic celebrity, the dishonesty and the growing number of failure,” said LaPierre, starting off an eight-minute address. “But more than anything, they have never feared for America’s future like they do now.”

“[The] president has laid waste to the America we remember,” LaPierre said.

“Against the will of Congress, and in defiance of our constitutional system, the president unilaterally decreed that anyone, any lawful citizen, who sells, trades, or gifts even just one firearm, might be vulnerable to arrest and charged with a felony,” he continued.

“That is how they play the game. In the fog of vague rules and mysterious definitions, honest Americans are made vulnerable, forced into a maze of government bureaucracy and the hiring of lawyers to face the threat of consequences. When the law is a mystery, all that is left is fear.”

He concluded saying, “The president’s calculation is clear: Destroy the NRA before the election, so Hillary can destroy the Second Amendment after it. But I’ll tell you what. I’ll meet you for a one-on-one, one-hour debate, with a mutually agreed upon moderator, on any network that will take it. No pre-screened questions and no gas-bag answers. Americans will judge for themselves who they trust and believe on this issue. You or the NRA. Let’s see if your game for a fair debate.”

A Ghost From Obama’s Past Just Surfaced And Exposed His Disturbing Gun Secret- The Truth Is Out…

President Obama has made a point of citing his respect for the Second Amendment as he has issued an executive order to implement new restrictions on gun ownership in America. However, long before Obama was campaigning against gun rights as president, he had made his position clear.

Dr. John Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center, recently contrasted Obama’s 2016 rhetoric with Obama’s past record on guns and found a striking difference.

“The president forcefully claimed: ‘I respect the Second Amendment; I respect the right to bear arms; I respect people who want a gun for self-protection,’” Lott noted of last week’s CNN Town Hall on guns.

“Well, here’s another quote: ‘I don’t believe people should be able to own guns.’ That’s what Obama told me when we were colleagues at the University of Chicago Law School in 1996,” Lott wrote.

“Obama has also publicly supported a nationwide “‘ban (on) the manufacture, sale and possession of handguns” as well as banning “the sale or transfer of all forms of semi-automatic weapons,” Lott wrote. These last positions were taken in a 1996 survey filled out by the Obama campaign when he was running for the Illinois state Senate.

One commentator said Obama’s deep-seated opposition to guns will manifest itself both directly and indirectly.

“The fact that the President, unable to obtain an extensive ban on gun ownership through the powers of Congress, might suggest or mandate policies which drive up the price of weapons and ammunition is a feature, not a bug. It’s part and parcel of the overall strategy of Democrats at all levels in the current era,” wrote Hot Air’s Jazz Shaw.

“Banning gun ownership is tremendously unpopular and can cost vulnerable Democrats their seats so they seek other approaches which are a bit more below the radar. … If the President is talking about respect for gun rights and then discussing changes to the system in the next breath, you can rest assured that the price of weapons and ammunition is going to be heading upward,” Shaw wrote.

h/t: Hot Air

Ted Cruz Heard Why Obama’s Leaving An Empty Seat At The State Of The Union And Made A Vow

During President Barack Obama’s last State of the Union speech Tuesday, there will be an empty chair beside the First Lady in her balcony box section. The symbolic empty chair will be used by Obama to draw attention to victims of gun violence. Obama has stated that his greatest disappointment in his presidency was the fact that he has been unable to institute what he has called “common sense gun reforms.” The White House issued a statement about the empty chair.

We leave one seat empty in the First Lady’s State of the Union Guest Box for the victims of gun violence who no longer have a voice – because they need the rest of us to speak for them. To tell their stories. To honor their memory. To support the Americans whose lives have been forever changed by the terrible ripple effect of gun violence – survivors who’ve had to learn to live with a disability, or without the love of their life. To remind every single one of our representatives that it’s their responsibility to do something about this.

Pro-Second Amendment Americans will likely see the empty chair as another freedom that is soon to be lost during Obama’s last year in office, the constitutionally protected right to to keep and bear arms. While the president has stated that he has no intention of taking away rifles and shotguns, his words may not have much weight considering Obama said that he supported marriage between a man and a woman, yet his presidency refused to defend DOMA, the Defense of Marriage Act, and actively pushed to allow for same-sex marriage.

When Senator Ted Cruz heard about Obama’s empty chair stunt, he made a promise of his own. Cruz drew another analogy to the empty chair and he made a promise to the American people.

Pro-life supporters will most likely be pleased with Cruz’ stance as he called out Obama for supporting Planned Parenthood, an abortion providing organization currently receiving half a billion dollars in federal funding.