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Ted Nugent Urges Americans To Stockpile Weapons Ahead Of Looming 9/11 Threat

from Western Journalism:

As the 13th anniversary of the deadliest attack on American soil approaches, many experts warn of the potential threat posed by terrorist networks including Islamic State, or ISIS. Never a man to mince words, rock legend and pro-gun advocate Ted Nugent weighed in on his Facebook page with a dire warning and a prescription for concerned Americans.

“Unarmed & helpless Americans and Europeans will be viciously ambushed when they least expect it,” he wrote, “and the death toll will be more brutal and widespread than all the peace & love dreamers could ever imagine.”

He declared that the somber date of Sept. 11 will be “the day of infamy again.”

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5 comments to Ted Nugent Urges Americans To Stockpile Weapons Ahead Of Looming 9/11 Threat

  • Sam

    Ted’s advice to “ammo up” is solid. Problem for many is the scarcity of certain types that were once common as far as that goes. Bottom line is to be aware of any false flag, as these all have proven to be, and ready yourselves to extinguish it on the spot immediately thru whatever means possible.

  • F16Hoser

    The threat is Real and it’s not who you think it is. Politicians, Bankers, Psycho Law Enforcement, Liberal down the street who can’t tie his own shoe without guberment help, Etc… Stay Frosty and give no Quarter. They won’t. Kill or be killed. It really is that simple… See you all on the other side of this hell called the “American Dream” (nightmare)

  • AK

    Love Ted but this kind intense rhetoric is not helping our cause.

  • dave

    this is nothing new really, keep having people tell me about friends who are cops or veterans,


    with enough people saying the same thing everywhere, must be something to it,

  • joe

    Do they actually say “ect, ect”? Must be very strange to observe.

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