Ted Nugent Doubles Down: Native Americans Who Canceled Concerts Are Smelly, Dirty Un-American People (AUDIO)

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One would think that Ted Nugent would shut up considering his mouth is the very reason why Native American tribes are pulling the plug on his concerts. But he’s incapable of doing that. Instead, Nugent went on the radio and doubled down on insulting them and anyone else who criticizes him.

During an appearance on “The Lars Larson Show” on Thursday, Nugent repeated the nasty remarks he made earlier in the week when he called his critics, including his latest Native American critics, “unclean vermin” who don’t “qualify as people.”

“I take it as a badge of honor that such unclean vermin are upset by me and my positive energy,” Nugent said earlier this week. “By all indicators, I don’t think they actually qualify as people, but there has always been a lunatic fringe of hateful, rotten, dishonest people that hate happy, successful people.”

Then he dove deeper into the gutter during his time with Lars Larson.

I call them unclean varmints, I’ve actually gone by them and I mean it, they’re hygiene-challenged, they actually stink, they’re dirty people, they’re unclean, they’re bused in to Connecticut and New Jersey and different places to protest a Ted Nugent concert but, Lars, they are so stoned or just brain dead, they actually wear their American Communist Party regalia, they’re not smart enough to take off their identification that they’re not really protesters, they’ve been paid and bussed in.

Here’s the audio via Right Wing Watch.

The tribes who have canceled Ted Nugent concerts did so precisely because of these kinds of hateful racist tirades that the conservative rocker is known for. In fact, he’s now known more for that than he is for his terrible music.

The Coeur D’ Alene tribe of Worley, Idaho was the first to put the rabid redneck down. In a statement, the tribe said it “has always been about human rights — for decades, we have worked individually and as a Tribe to make sure that each and every person is treated equally and with respect and dignity.”

Then a day after his disgusting remarks, the Puyallup tribe of Tacoma, Washington made the decision to cut ties with Nugent.

The First Amendment gives people the right free speech, but I think racism is intolerable and not acceptable here,” Puyallup Tribal Council Vice President Lawrence W. LaPointe said in a statement. “We’ve been getting lots of complaints from the community and other organizations. I don’t want to take away his right to say what he wants to say, but we don’t need it here.

Despite rejections from Native American tribes, Nugent refuses to stop saying disgusting things about them and others who oppose him. Will more people and venues now boycott Nugent, or will they support him and give him a platform to screech from? Because anyone who willingly associates themselves with Nugent is associating themselves with racism, sexism, and hate. And in the age of social media, that’s a reputation no person or business should want to have following them around.