Ted Nugent Speaks Out Against Jim Carrey’s Disgusting Attack On Charlton Heston

Ted Nugent Speaks Out Against Jim Carrey’s Disgusting Attack On Charlton Heston

 

 

Ted Nugent legendary guitarist and devoted NRA supporter and member spoke out about Jim Carrey’s Disgusting Attack On Charlton Heston and the infringements on American’s Constitutional Rights to bear arms on the Alex Jones Radio Show.
 
Jim Carrey appeared on a spoof version of the old show “Hee Haw” both as Heston and as the frontman of a country-western band “Lonesome Earl And The Clutterbusters,” is a vocal proponent of stricter gun control laws.

 

Ted Nugent joins Alex in discussing firearm phobe Jim Carrey’s anti-Second Amendment music video, which blasts millions of law-abiding gun owners while also desecrating American hero Charlton Heston’s memory.
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Charlton Heston was one of the greatest American’s that ever lived.
 
That being said Carrey demonizes the late Great Charlton Heston by saying “Charlton Heston movies are no longer in demand, and his immortal soul may lay forever in the sand. The angels wouldn’t take him up to heaven like he planned, because they couldn’t pry the gun from his cold dead hand,” Carrey sings in the video, which was posted Monday on the comedy website Funny or Die.
 
Heston, who died in 2008, rose to fame as an actor in movies like “The Ten Commandments” and “Ben-Hur.” Later in life, however, he turned his attention to political advocacy, eventually becoming the president of the National Rifle Association from 1998-2003.
 
He famously used the line mocked in Carrey’s video during a 2000 speech to NRA members, going specifically after then-Vice President Al Gore, who was running for president at the time.
 
“As we set out this year to defeat the divisive forces that would take freedom away, I want to say those fighting words for everyone within the sound of my voice to hear and to heed, and especially for you, Mr. Gore: ‘From my cold, dead hands!” Heston declared.
 
Carrey said in a statement that he found America’s rash of gun violence “frustrating” and the video was “my fun little way of expressing that frustration.”
 
Well I think that the American people are going to show Mr. Carrey what “frustrating” really is.  You don’t want to mess with the people of the United States Rights (Period).  This whole gun control thing is completely out of hand while our Government arms itself to the teeth against it’s own people, the Government is trying to take arms away.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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