Rock musician Ted Nugent apologized this week and reportedly accepted honorary membership in a Jewish gun rights group after recently posting a graphic on Facebook targeting Jewish pro-gun control politicians that was widely viewed as anti-Semitic.
Emphasizing that he does not harbor ill feelings toward the Jewish people, Nugent posted a new graphic on Wednesday highlighting a dozen leading Jewish defenders of gun rights, including past National Rifle Association President Sandy Froman.
Nugent also posted a photo of the iconic Gadsden flag, stamped with the Hebrew words for “Don’t Tread on Me.”
U.S. Army veteran Nicki Kenyon — an activist with the Zelman Partisans, a Jewish group dedicated to the right to keep and bear arms — wrote on her blog, The Liberty Zone, that she’s been corresponding with Nugent since his original post branding American-Jewish politicians as conspiratorial “globalist political” agents.
She said she told him that the graphic he had posted had originated at an anti-Semitic website and that she “wasn’t being politically correct” in telling him that the “graphic …Read the Rest
Source:: The Blaze