Ted Nugent calls coronavirus pandemic 'not a real pandemic'

Ted Nugent has described the coronavirus pandemic as ‘not a real pandemic’ and claimed people who wear face masks are ‘sheep’.

The musician also described the coronavirus vaccine as ‘not a real vaccine’ and said George Floyd – who died after a police officer knelt on his neck – ‘killed himself with fentanyl’.

In a video posted on Facebook, Nugent acknowledged all his fans from around the world including the UK.

Referring to face masks he said: ‘The once Great Britain, cause they ain’t great any more. They’re a bunch of sheep.

‘You know the new national anthem over there? You know the new national anthem around the world? [bleats] “Let me put this mask on”.’

Further on he declared there is ‘no such thing as systemic racism in America’ because he hadn’t personally witnessed racism in America.

‘There’s systemic racism in Black Lives Matter, there’s systemic racism in the Sudan, there’s systemic racism in Nigeria but there’s almost no racism at all in America. You’ve got to really look hard to find it. I haven’t seen it,’ he continued.

‘The law enforcement here save lives. They serve and protect. George Floyd killed himself with fentanyl.

‘He couldn’t breathe all by himself in the back seat. He fought the cops. They tried to save him and maybe get him some help and to save the community he had thugged all his life.’

Nugent praised ‘American families’ who ‘don’t earmark a safety net during a scammy pandemic.’

He ranted: ‘It’s not a real pandemic and that’s not a real vaccine, I’m sorry.

‘I ain’t taking no vaccine. You come at me with a needle and I will be in fear of my life. You know what I’ll do if you come at me with a needle. “Hi I’m from the government, this needle’s good for you”. F**k you.’

On Tuesday, 91-year-old British woman Margaret Keenan, the world’s first patient to receive the Covid vaccine, was given her second Pfizer jab.

New date has shown, meanwhile, that there are now more Covid patients in England’s NHS hospitals than during the previous peak of the pandemic in April.

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