On Dennis Miller’s radio show on Monday, rock and reality show star Ted Nugent sounded off on the outcome of the trial of George Zimmerman, who was acquitted of charges in the murder of Trayvon Martin.

Nugent echoed some of the arguments he had made in his Rare.us column criticizing the state of Florida for bringing charges against Zimmerman in the first place and attacked President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder for using the case to promote a “racist agenda.”

“Number one, the whole thing is a tragedy — that he was charged with any crime after all the evidence that the law enforcement professionals ascertained immediately,” Nugent said. “It was a clear-cut case of self-defense and I’m very relieved and hopeful that there is justice in America the ‘not guilty’ verdict came in because when we the people do get all the evidence, we see self-defense as the pure thing that it is.