Ted Nugent not worried by U.N. gun grab
by TAYLOR ROSE
WASHINGTON – The United Nations might be trying to regulate America’s guns, but rock star Ted Nugent is “not at all” concerned.
There’s a reason.
“I believe we the people have made it rather clear that ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ is more than a song,” Nugent said in an interview with WND today after the U.N. adopted its long-developing Arms Trade Treaty.
“As putrid and anti-American as the entire U.N. concept/agenda is,” he added, “we mean it and I believe we have … driven home an adequate fear factor into the lives of the soulless U.N. gangsters. It is they who should be fearful.”
The ATT establishes new and far tighter regulations on nations to control guns and other weapons. Many pro-Second Amendment activists have been critical of it, explaining that its loopholes exist to infringe upon private gun ownership.
Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., said earlier the treaty would not only “disrupt diplomatic and national security efforts” but it would also have the United States implement gun laws “as required by the treaty instead of the national controls that are currently in place.”
Today, he said, the U.N.’s actions would seek to “supersede the laws our elected officials have already put into place.”
Nugent believes that President Obama is working with the U.N. on the rules, making the president a “clear and present threat to freedom and the American way of life.”