Ted Nugent Warns Of 9/11 Anniversary Attack By “4th World Allahpuke Zombies”

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September 5, 2014 11:43am PST

Ted Nugent has never been one to mince words and his most recent politically incorrect spiel went to only prove that further. Speaking on a 9/11 apocolpsye of sorts – hinting toward a 9/11 anniversary attack, Nugent shared just how to handle any “4th world Allahpuke zombies,” that you may find headed in your direction.

Amidst his rant, Nugent went on to say that if terrorists do decide to attack, “the death toll will be more brutal and widespread than all the peace & love dreamers could ever imagine.” As always however, the solution, at least to the rocker, is rather simple amounting to nothing more than guns an ammo.

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According to Nugent:

Those who carry guns had better gun & ammo up no matter where you go, carrying at least 10 spare mags or 10 spare speedloaders because the allahpukes are confident they will once again methodically slaughter walking cowering whining cryin helpless sitting ducks capable of zero resistance. To gullible naive embarrassing ill prepared targets, there is still time to firepower up ASAP.  Head for cover but retain an attentiveness in order to identify the evildoers and dbl tap center mass, then two to the head. Then take cover and prepare your next evasive escape, taking dwn (sic) known jihadists to the best of your ability, Aim small miss small center mass & headshots.

Suggesting that those who decide not to arm themselves can expect to find themselves, “walking cowering whining cryin helpless sitting ducks capable of zero resistance,” he eventually takes a turn for the bizarre. Fortunately for many Conservatives, exactly that is what we’ve all come to love about Nugent as he states, “this is going to be the real deal & absolutely survivable against these 4th world allahpuke zombies. STAND! Go heavy, Only assholes are outgunned, Dont be outgunned or out ammo’d.”

Feel free to share your thoughts on Nugent’s less than conventional, but no less appreciated advice, in the comments below.

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