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WATCH: Legendary Rocker Headlines “Take Our Border Back” Rally, Goes OFF On Biden

Joe Biden has got the country in a stranglehold and legendary rockstar Ted Nugent has taken notice.

The rock legend recently headlined the “Take Our Border Back” rally taking place in central Texas, with a trucker convoy consisting of patriots from around the country.

Nugent played the National Anthem and then had a few choice words for Resident-in-Chief Joe Biden.

“I’d like to apologize on behalf of ‘We the people’ for allowing this piece of s**t to get in the White House,” Nugent told the crowd gathered at the rally.

Nugent went on to launch a full diatribe against America’s most unpopular ‘President.’ Take a look at Nugent’s address and some other highlights from the rally:


CBS Austin quoted Nugent:

“If you’re here today and you’ve never registered to vote I want you to leave right now because you did this,” said Nugent.

On Friday, News Nation reporter Ali Bradley provided this update on the “Take Our Border Back” Rally:

“The “Take Back our Border” rally has already kicked off here in Quemado and the “God’s Army” convoy is still at least 30 minutes away.

I just talked with Kinney County Sheriff Coe who is providing an escort through his county—He says there are at least 300 vehicles headed our way.”

The New York Post had more on the “Take Our Border Back” rally:

The caravan — which has dubbed itself “God’s Army” — has traveled through about nine states over four days and includes people from various parts of the country.

The group rolled into central Texas on Wednesday and will remain there until Friday for the final leg of the trip, which will culminate with a rally in Quemado, about 20 miles from Eagle Pass, on Saturday.


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