During a recent episode of “The Nightly Nuge,” Ted Nugent has spoken out against the participation of transgender women in female sports, calling it “the work of Satan” and “absolutely unacceptable.”
Last summer’s Tokyo Olympics were the first to see publicly out transgender athletes compete. Laurel Hubbard, a weightlifter from New Zealand, and Chelsea Wolfe, an alternate on the United States BMX team, became the first transgender women to qualify for the Olympics. Canadian soccer player Quinn and American skateboarder Alana Smith became the first out non-binary athletes to compete at the Olympics.
Nugent now said on the matter: “This transgender atrocity is a manifestation of cultural deprivation the likes of which I don’t believe mankind has ever experienced, much less the soullessness, the rot, the evil, the mean-spiritedness, the cruelty that could ever support a man beating women’s records, much less a biological man entering a woman’s locker room or a girls’ bathroom at a high school to perpetrate rape or molestation. This is happening. This is absolutely unacceptable. It is the work of Satan. It is the work of evil.”
“Conscientious, empathetic, passionate, compassionate, sensible, decent human beings know that this is an atrocity. We have got to eliminate this,” he added. “This is just a self-inflicted curse of pure rot being unleashed upon the American public. And I’m afraid it’s gonna be a global phenomenon.”