In Which Scott Stapp Postions Himself As The Dauphin Of Ted Nugent

Gross

Gross

Final round Trivial Pursuit answer and most embarrassing aspect of the 1990’s music scene Scott Stapp has him some opinions that he would like to share about the Trayvon Martin verdict. This is appropriate given that the incident happened in the same fetid prison colony of a state from which Stapp’s malignantly terrible band sprung forth, but as you can see it seems like Stapp has either fallen off the wagon or has been watching too much Hannity as of late. 

This is Stapp’s statement, represented exactly as it appeared via Stapp’s twitter page:

Woke up to see more headlines about the Trayvon Martin case. Now it has become a “Civil Rights” catalyst. I guess “Not guilty” doesn’t mean anything in America anymore. I have tremendous sympathy, and my heart goes out to the parents of Martin for the loss of their son. It is sad, and no one won in this case. Tragic, yes, but what has spawned after the verdict is very telling about our great nation. It seems very convenient for President Obama to help perpetuate this “National distraction.” Yes, the civil rights of ALL Americans is vital to our democracy, but not even an issue in the Trayvon Martin case. I don’t feel it’s a stretch to say that President Obama and others in the White House are perpetuating this story to distract Americans from what is really going on in Washington DC. As the media jumps on the band wagon and continues to be a propaganda arm for the Obama administration, the American people in general have no idea that the targeting of individuals by the IRS during Obama’s re-election has now been proven to connect directly to President Obama’s office. Like a bully with power, President Obama decided to cheat to ensure victory. President Obama decided that anyone with a platform who spoke out against him, as well as his clear cut political opponents, should be silenced and all their bank accounts frozen so they had no money to fight him. Is this the country I love? Is this the country our young men and women go to war and die for? At the same time “Obama Care” is going into effect and the blinding holes that will devastate our health care system and cause over a million jobs to be lost, are getting brushed under the rug of “Civil Rights” and Treyvon Martin. Yes, we must stop the violence. Yes, we as American’s and the world need to love one another and end all violations of civil and human rights, but again, the military industrial complex and those in political power have seized another opportunity to create a smoke screen when a possible impeachment is in order. Money, money, money, power, power, power and the preservation of both. In my opinion, that is what is driving this new outcry. I pray the American people don’t get so distracted that they forget what is going on with the IRS scandal, Obama Care, and the violation of all American’s rights by the NSA and other intelligence services as initially revealed by Edward Snowden. It’s time we wake up and hold our leaders accountable and not get distracted by the “Smoke Screens.” Again, just my opinion~ The American people are much smarter than the powers that be think we are. Americans need to remember not to get distracted from what the most relevant priorities are right now in our country. Yes, civil rights for all is in the top 10, don’t get me wrong, but it should not distract us from socialism and governmental abuse of power which is the reality of the Obama administration and DC today. We have to WAKE UP~ Love you all. In the studio wrapping up my new album. Can’t wait to share it w/you. Stay tuned~Stapp

This is what happens to your brain when you spend your 20’s and 30’s mixing bourbon and Christian Power Ballads. Also I don’t know if the lack of indentations is a result of the “twit longer” format that Stapp used to publish this polemic du-crystal meth, but the giant block-o-text thing seems to be perfectly suited for giant piles of derp like this. It’s sort of the KFC Famous bowl of political commentary; a giant pile of fail just haplessly thrown into a blog of sad.

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About stefanbc

I am an attorney who works mainly in criminal defense, child welfare, and medical marijuana advocacy. I live in Long Beach with my wife and four pets. View all posts by stefanbc

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