Ted Nugent Schools CNN Anchor On Gun Trafficking

Via Doug Powers, who says you should skip to the 6 minute mark in the video of the interview between Nugent and Erin Burnett for the really fun stuff, where Ted tries to find common ground that Erin had been looking for and Erin can’t escape the interview quick enough

Nugent: I think we can both agree that we need to stop gun trafficking. Do you agree with that?

Burnett: Stop gun trafficking? Yes.

Nugent: Illegal gun trafficking?

Burnett: Yes.

Nugent: Then you would support my recommendation that we arrest Eric Holder.

Burnett: Well no, I don’t support that.

Nugent: Well, Fast & Furious was gun trafficking.

Burnett: I have to admit I don’t support that (arresting Eric Holder for gun trafficking).

Nugent: Well I do. That’s how you stop gun trafficking — by stopping gun trafficking.

Burnett: That’s your right as an American to have that belief.

Nugent: If you want to stop gun trafficking why don’t we go after the guy whose been trafficking guns? That would be Eric Holder.

Burnett: Alright, we’ll leave it that — I would love to continue [uh-huh — DP] but they’ve been trying to get me to wrap for a couple of minutes.

Let’s not forget that Fast and Furious resulted in the deaths of at least 2 US federal agents and 200 Mexican citizens. Video below the fold


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3 Responses to “Ted Nugent Schools CNN Anchor On Gun Trafficking”

  1. john says:

    Ted needs to learn that in the USA the government can do things taht for individuals would be illegal.

  2. gitarcarver says:

    John needs to learn that gun trafficking is illegal no matter what and there is no exception in US law for the government to do something illegal like that.

    “Sovereign immunity” only applies to certain things and when “Fast and Furious” went bonkers, the government lost any protection it had.

  3. Why is that, John? Why should people in government not be held to the same standards as private citizens?

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