Nugent proposed reducing doors at schools and installing military-style "commandos" who are "looking for trouble" as a way to stop repeated mass shootings.
In the wake of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Nugent called the survivors-turned-activists "mushy brained children" and said "they have no soul."
Right-wing rocker Ted Nugent had a few choice words for several musicians—including Gene Simmons—though he was flattering in his assessment of Kyle Rittenhouse.
"But maybe it's not even Covid. I'm thinking it's just Cat Scratch Fever. Yes, karma has a sense of humor," Takei tweeted, making reference to Nugent's song of the same name.
"I have had flu symptoms for the last ten days. I thought I was dying," the musician shared on Facebook Live.
The singer-songwriter and guitarist addressed his followers on Facebook Live to express his deep skepticism towards the state of the pandemic.
"The NRA must prove beyond all shadows of doubt or accusations that we are squeaky clean," Nugent wrote.
"Thanks for nothing a**holes," Nugent wrote on Facebook to Michigan voters who backed Democrats.
The revelation paints a different picture than the gun rights group's previous disclosures.
Nugent previously described the students as "soulless," "mushy-brained children."
Ted Nugent also called the young activists "mushy-brained," "liars," "pathetic" and "soulless."
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