Ted Nugent CBS Interview
Ted Nugent CBS Interview, There was no moderation in Ted Nugentâs first interview since his Secret Service investigation, as the rocker, in seconds, switched from unruffled discourse to expletive-ridden rage when asked about his recent political rhetoric.
In a sit-down interview with the “CBS Morning Show” on Friday, set at the musicianâs ranch in Texas, Nugent met with journalist Jeff Glor in, what began as, a calm back-and-forth discussion about allegations he had threatened President Obama, and the Secret Service inquiry that ensued.
âI feel sorry for liberals who can be that brain-dead to take a clear statement of fear on my part and turn it into a threat on somebody else,â Nugent told Glor. âI donât think their [Secret Service] concern was that I threatened someone, I think their concern is that someone claimed I threatened someone. In fact, I got to tell you, and I donât mean to put any professionals on the spot, but — and I donât have the greatest hearing in the world — but I thought I heard something to the point of, âI didnât think so.ââ
Nugent described his â35-40 minuteâ meeting with the government officials in Oklahoma as âadorable,â and said he told the officials they were âresponding to complete idiots,â and that âyou should be investigating them.â
Moments later, Glor talked briefly with Nugent about his spread in the April headlines, referring to it as âone of the more interesting months youâve ever had,â though Nugent felt otherwise. The reporter further probed the Republican activist about his support of the Romney campaign, whether or not they disproved of his outspoken candor when it came to the commander in chief, and how they will meet their requisites to obtain the moderate vote.
Hereâs where Nugent lost it.
âYou are many things, you are not moderate,â Glor pointed out. (msnbc)
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