Singer, songwriter and guitarist Ted Nugent joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to shed light on how common-sense objectives like securing the U.S. Southern border and making our big cities safer places to live shouldn’t be considered radical positions.

“You know, it really isn’t partisan. I just went from a totally joyous celebration of the good over the bad and the ugly. But now we’ll delve into the bad and the ugly. I, am just a guitar player. I not only wrote Wango Tango. But I meant it. The point is, is that I can go from sheer delirium and fun beyond your wildest expectations to the most important, sincere, dedicated, and, dare I say, believable dedication to this experiment and self-government. I spend time at the border. I spend time with the National Guard, down there, with Governor Abbott, with the heroes of law enforcement. I’ve walked the border with Colonel Allen West. It is heartbreaking. It is tragic. It is an invasion. We’re talking about the United States government. I mean, I, might cry tears of blood for you because our own government is welcoming, rewarding, incentivizing jihadists from Nigeria, the Congo, the Sudan, Somalia, military age men from China. Our sworn enemies, are being welcomed into the United States of America by the Democrats and the soulless Republicans who have abandoned their moral obligation to the sacred oath to the Constitution of the United States. And we, the people are rising up. I gotta tell you, we finally put enough pressure here in Texas that we’re shutting down the border. Let me just guess. I’m just a guitar player, but bear with me. Let me guess. Number one job of our government is to secure the nation. And that begins with secure borders. Boy, am I a radical.”

Ted also tells Jimmy about why our country was much better off under the policies of former President Trump. Listen to the podcast to hear what else he had to say!

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