American conservative political activist and rock icon Ted Nugent has taken his official social media page on June 17 and made remarkable comments on coronavirus’ creation process.
Recently, the 71-year-old artist opens up his coronavirus thoughts and revealed what he believed about its creation. In the letter he posted through his social media, Ted Nugent touched the results of the virus and supported his thoughts with it.
Ted Nugent shared the following letter on his social media:
“THINK ABOUT THIS FOR A SECOND IF YOU AREN’T CLOSED MINDED or if you even still have a functioning mind.
“Create a VIRUS to scare people. Place them in quarantine. Count the number of dead every second of every day in every news headline. Close all businesses. 40,000,000 out of jobs. Peak unemployment. Remove entertainment: parks, gyms, bars, restaurants, sports. No dating. No touching. Mask people. Dehumanize them. Close temples and churches. Create a vacuum. Let depression and anxiety and desperation set in.”
Ted touched on the threat posed by prisons that were evacuated due to the coronavirus. He also said it is wrong that blame all of it on the President.
“THEN… ignite hatred and civil war. Civil unrest. Empty the prisons because of the virus and fill the streets with criminals. Send in Antifa to vandalize property as if they are freedom fighters. Undermine the law. Loot. Attack law enforcement, but tell government to order a stand-down. We are all being baited by adversarial governments who want to destroy America – China, Iran, Russia. And, in an election year, have Democrats blame all of it on the President. Can’t take America in a war, destroy it from within.
“We are being conditioned, manipulated, and programmed by multiple agendas as never before…..time to DO OUR OWN RESEARCH and MAKE UP OUR OWN MINDS rather than eating everything being spoon-fed to us! LEFTIST MEDIA is nothing more than PROPAGANDA and its working to dismantle the constitution and destroy this country!”
Under the post of Ted Nugent, many people discussed Ted’s words. They added their own thoughts about it and sent Ted.