Ted Nugent Shares The Solution To End Almost All Violent Crimes In America
Ted Nugent spoke up about the recent criminal and fatal incident that occurred in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The musician stated that he could end all the crimes in America by not releasing criminals on the street.
People have already entered the Christmas spirit and begun to prepare their holiday decorations, visit markets and parades. In a recent parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, more than 40 people were injured, and 5 were killed when Darrell Brooks, 39, drove his SUV through the parade.
Darrell Brooks was previously arrested for domestic violence only a month before the event. However, he was released on $1,000 bail, which is now criticized as a low sentence considering the crime he committed after being released.
American guitarist and activist Ted Nugent posted an Instagram video expressing his anger towards the system that released Darrell Brooks. In the caption and the video, he emphasized ‘Engineered Recidivism,’ a case where a person can relapse into an old habit or behavior. This phenomenon is most commonly seen in criminals, as once they are released, they tend to continue their criminal activities.
Nugent invited people to research and educate themselves on the phrase and stressed that he believes criminals are prone to repeating their crimes when released. In the video, he stated that he could end all the crimes in America by not releasing criminals at all.
Here is Nugent’s caption:
“In wake of the horrific tragedy at the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, please imprint this term that I coined a couple of years ago into the fabric of your being ‘Engineered Recidivism.’ Good American families are being victimized all over the country by a failed and faulty unjust justice system every time they allow repeat offenders of violent criminal activity to walk back out into the world, only to do it again. This is ‘Engineered Recidivism.’
The joke of a justice system guarantees that those offenders get to repeat their offenses on us, and it must end. Don’t know what it means or implies, look it up and implement some God-given critical thinking. Educate yourself and those around you about the nature of Engineered Recidivism. Look up the statistics. Call your elected officials and make them hear your voices. We, the people have the power to make the change. Hold the line.”
Here is what he said in the video:
“My name is Ted Nugent. I’m a guitar player. I could end 96% of violent crime. Don’t let them out. Violent monsters should never walk the streets of America or drive the streets of Waukesha, Wisconsin. Engineered Recidivism. It’s a self-inflicted curse.”
Like most of the people who witnessed this tragedy during the parade, Nugent was also highly affected and angry about the crime. According to him, he could ‘end 96% of violent crime’ by not releasing criminals at all. For instance, if Darrell Brooks hadn’t been released or his bail was more expensive, he wouldn’t have taken five people’s lives on Sunday.