The controversial rocker Ted Nugent often shares his thoughts on different topics from time to time. During a latest edition of “The Nightly Nuge”, a news-style clip in which Ted Nugent offers his take on the news of our world every night, the legendary rocker was asked to weigh in on the prospect of former U.S. president Donald Trump being arrested on Tuesday (March 21) as New York prosecutors consider charges over a hush money payment to a former porn star, Stormy Daniels.
The 74-year musician, an avid Trump supporter, said:
“Put on your truck light. Put on your porch light. Carry a lantern. We need to stand strong. And if they wanna arrest President Trump, we need to not protest; we need to not put on rallies… Because Antifa, Black Lives Matter and these imported Chinese nationals and Somali nationals who are coming across our open border, as orchestrated by Biden Satan gang, they are ready to do battle. “
Nugent went on to call for nonviolent forms of protest in anticipation of a Trump arrest in Manhattan this week, suggesting that they make their voices heard in other ways instead of demonstrating on the streets.
“Do not go into battle — yet,” Ted said. “Remain peaceful and shine a positive, loving, patriotic light on the darkness, as perpetrated by this Satan Manhattan D.A., and let them show their cards, because if it all goes down as it’s already headed for, the trajectory is that… we will win this election with this great President Trump in a landslide. Because Satan has made his move; now Michael The Arcangel can make ours.”
Adult film actress Stormy Daniels claims that she had an affair with Trump, which he has denied. Last week, Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, testified to the grand jury that Cohen paid Daniels $130,000, for which Trump’s business, the Trump Organization, later reimbursed him. An indictment from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office would focus on the attempt to cover up the payment by falsifying records.