Hughes is a conservative supporter of guns and Trump. He also is an ordained minister and has a journalism degree. He was in his mid-30s when he and childhood friend, Josh Homme decided to be rockers and formed the band.
From Taki's magazine:
McINNES: It’s hard to talk about the attack without sounding like you’re blaming the victims, but it’s impossible to deny fear of Islamophobia and fear of guns led to a lot of deaths that night.
HUGHES: I saw fear fall like a blanket on the whole crowd and they fell like wheat in the wind — the way you would before a god. I was totally alert from the very beginning. The first thing I needed to do was find my girl. Fear took a backseat and “where’s my girl?” took over. I could smell gunpowder in the backstage area and I knew someone fired a round back there. I saw a guy with an FAL and when he turned to face me his eyes looked like marbles. He was stoned out of his mind, and we now know they were on Xanax and cocaine. I recognized him. I’d seen him earlier in the day and noticed him staring at us.The backstage door was propped open.
None of this seems to make the cut in media reports. Hughes cited political correctness, but there is something more.
"When you’re at a soccer game in Europe and you see the words 'United Arab Emirates,' you know there is a lot of Arab money floating around and influencing the dialogue. The conversation is constantly being steered away from scrutiny. They think we’re fools. Arab money is a pollutant. So many movies are made with Arab money. George Clooney doesn’t kiss the ass of the Arabs for no reason. American movies are the best way to influence the hearts and minds of the world," Hughes said.
It goes without saying that universities can be bought cheap. Multicultural diversity means invasion, just as political correctness means controlled speech.
Sorry for the downer. Please read the piece.