Ted Nugent Blasts Gene Simmons On His Anti-Vaxxers Comment: “Not Truth, Logic And Common Sense”

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Ted Nugent Blasts Gene Simmons On His Anti-Vaxxers Comment:
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The American guitarist and activist Ted Nugent once again criticized KISS bassist and co-founder Gene Simmons after the musician’s anti-vaxxers comments and said that his comments are not truth, logic, and common sense.

The outspoken conspiracy theorist and activist Ted Nugent gained international success for being the lead guitarist and occasional vocalist of the rock band The Amboy Dukes. Debuted in 1975 with his self-titled solo studio album, Nugent released 15 solo albums during his ongoing solo career.

On the other hand, Gene Simmons is the bassist and vocalist of his co-founded rock band KISS. Performing in every one of KISS albums, Gene Simmons had released his debut album with the band in 1974, a self-titled KISS album. His latest album with the band was the band’s 20th effort Monster.

As some of you might remember, Gene Simmons had called unvaccinated people the enemy during his interview on November 10, saying: “If you’re willing to walk among us unvaccinated, you are an enemy. This whole idea, this delusional, evil idea that you get to do whatever you want and the rest of the world be damned, is really terrible.”

Recently, Ted Nugent has once again spoken out about Gene Simmons‘ anti-vaxxers claims. He updated his official Twitter account to share his current opinion on the bassist. At first, the 72-year-old rocker called people to believe what he’s been believed. According to him, truth, logic, and common sense will set the left free.

“Political correctness is the abandonment of humanity,” Nugent tweets.

“The left own hypocrisy, and their hypocrisy knows no ends! Truth, logic, and common sense will set them free! Unarmed and helpless = unarmed and helpless.

“Toxic criminals endanger the good and law abiding among us every time one of these scumbags get released back out into the world.

“Get involved with your community and ensure someone with truth, logic, and common sense is in the decision making position.”

Ted Nugent Says Gene Simmons’ Comments Are Not Truth, Logic, And Common Sense

Ted Nugent then said that KISS bassist Gene Simmons‘ calling anti-vaxxers people enemy is not a true and common sense comment. Although he said that he love him, he once again criticized him and showed off his disagreement with him.

“Recently on the Joe Pags show, I respond to Gene Simmons comments on the unvaccinated,” Nugent said.

“I love Gene, and he is great man and rock solid in the asset column, but those statements are not truth, logic, and common sense.”

Back on November 13, Nugent had said during an interview with Joe Pags that Gene Simmons has bombarded. He had repeated his respect for Gene Simmons and in the interview that he is a great man.

“I think [Gene has] been so bombarded,” Nugent says. “Remember, he lives in Los Angeles. Number one, I love Gene Simmons — he is a great man, rock solid in the asset column.

“But my own brother, who also spent most of his life in New York and L.A., 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 called someone a racist, they are the racist; when they call someone a child molester, it’s usually coming from a child molester.”

Furthermore, back in this past September, Gene Simmons had recalled his first reaction to his COVID test. According to him, he was shocked when he first learned the result.

“I was shocked,” the musician said. “I have to tell you I was shocked, because everything was fine — the energy level was great, the appetite was great – great, great, great. And I never get sick… I don’t get headaches.

“You’ve gotta take care of your health, for all of you. Even the Flat Earth Society that believes the earth is flat. There is such a thing, there’s a pandemic. Out of respect to your neighbor, out of courtesy, you don’t want anybody getting sick. Get tested. Get your vaccines. It’s okay.”

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