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CLASSLESS: Liberals on Social Media Cheer Following News of Rush Limbaugh’s Lung Cancer Diagnosis

These liberals are showing their lack of basic dignity.

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Tragic news struck the conservative world today when right-wing talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh announced that he has been diagnosed with stage-four lung cancer.

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Immediately after the news went public, liberals on social media started making smug and heartless comments about Limbaugh’s unfortunate plight.

It wasn’t just random Twitter trolls who made comments celebrating Limbaugh’s cancer diagnosis. Popular left-wing Twitter influencers did so as well, and their posts were widely liked among their liberal followers.

Some liberals, however, did show some grace and wish Limbaugh the best in his recovery despite their political differences, even though some looked like canned messages sent around by leftist organizers:

Limbaugh has emerged as the king of conservative talk since launching his national talk radio show out of New York in 1988.

His meteoric rise was described in a 1991 Los Angeles Times profile:

Limbaugh first proved this in Sacramento in the mid-1980s, where he was a local hit with the same kind of show. In the spring of 1988, a syndicator discovered him, signed him to a partnership, moved him to Manhattan with a $250,000 annual base salary and launched the 54-station “Excellence in Broadcasting” network that August. They quickly added scores of small markets; then the bigger ones began to come aboard. Last year, Limbaugh made, by his estimate, well over $500,000 and says he’ll hit a million this year. He wallows in it. He flies first class to $15,000-a-pop concert appearances all over the country nearly every weekend, working his rap on adoring crowds of 2,000 to 7,000. He markets concert tapes and T-shirts. He sponsors Caribbean cruises for his most zealous fans. He has emceed an Oliver North benefit roast in Washington. When he took a vacation last summer, his on-air replacement was Rep. Robert Dornan (R-Garden Grove), an ideological twin.

While half of Limbaugh’s audience is over 50–the classic target audience of talk radio–he also draws a substantial number of people in their 30s and 40s who listen while commuting or at work. In Los Angeles, where Limbaugh is heard on all-talk KFI, he loses 2-to-1 in listenership to veteran Michael Jackson on KABC but beats Jackson by about 15% among listeners between 25 and 54. Some of these people listen for the politics. Some listen for the humor. Some listen despite themselves. It is not unusual for a caller to inform Limbaugh that he is a regular listener who disagrees with 90% of the host’s politics. “I think your shtick is better than Pee-wee Herman and Jimmy Swaggart,” a guy from Toledo told Limbaugh recently when he called in. “Only Pee-wee thinks he’s being funny, and Jimmy thinks he’s being serious. I haven’t figured out what you’re trying to do.”

Limbaugh laughed good-naturedly at that one. He maintains that he could not care less that a lot of people are still confused by the program’s cockeyed attitudes. While his conservative views, forged in a family of Republican attorneys in Cape Girardeau, Mo., are deeply held, he never planned on becoming a right-wing icon. His professional universe is show business. The fact that he has become a semi-authorized conservative spokesman–he’s the guy “Nightline” booked last November when it wanted someone to articulate citizen support of mobilization for war with Iraq–is merely a testament to how well Limbaugh packages what he preaches.

“Sixty, maybe 70% of my success is my (conservative) message; I never bargained for that,” he told a concert audience in Long Beach late last year. “I am on the radio for one reason: to attract the largest audience I can and hold it. I am not in a think tank.” Yet he swears he is sincere. He could never pose as a liberal for the sake of ratings, he says. Too much work. Liberals never have a nice day. “They don’t have fun. They’re worried about everything being wrong.”

The entire conservative movement is shaken up by the news of Limbaugh’s diagnosis, with many public figures offering their thoughts and prayers.

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FACT CHECK: BLM Rioter Accused of Firing Into Minneapolis Police Station HAS NO CONNECTION to President Trump or Right-Wingers

The fake news is lying again.

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A Black Lives Matter/ANTIFA rioter who allegedly fired into a police station during the Minneapolis riots is NOT a right-wing supporter of President Donald Trump, as it is being implied by the fake news media and Democrat liars.

The fake news is circulating this claim on social media, with Big Tech entities doing nothing to stop the spread of this blatant disinformation:

However, there is no proof that the individual accused of shooting at the police precinct – Ivan Harrison Hunter of Boerne, Tx – is right-wing in the slightest. Hunter reportedly yelled, “Justice for Floyd!”, and bragged about how he “set fire to that precinct with the black community” after the fact.

Members of the anarchist “Boogaloo Boys” collective that Hunter is supposedly affiliated with have voiced their concerns with President Donald Trump and espoused left-wing views that echo ANTIFA rather than any right-wing group.

Big League Politics has reported on the left-wing ideology behind the Boogaloo Boys, who have voiced their support for BLM/ANTIFA terrorism and regularly joined in their revolutionary action against law enforcement:

Earlier today, Big League Politics reported on an FBI operation to stage a phony siege against Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer in which the individuals set up were reportedly going to kidnap her or perform a citizens’ arrest on Whitmer for her many crimes against humanity.

While it was revealed that a confidential informant was paid thousands of dollars to set up the dubious sting operation, the individuals involved in the plot are not even Republicans despite what many liberal commenters are saying in the fake news or on social media. Their own words indicate that they are anarchists who are adherents to the “Boogaloo Boy” meme that has taken off in recent months…

The Intercept has reported on how the FBI has used these tactics for many years, targeting hapless dupes in order to claim to the unsuspecting public that they are vanquishing terrorism when it’s all really just a sham to justify their massive budgets:

The FBI and major media outlets yesterday trumpeted the agency’s latest counterterrorism triumph: the arrest of three Brooklyn men, ages 19 to 30, on charges of conspiring to travel to Syria to fight for ISIS (photo of joint FBI/NYPD press conference, above). As my colleague Murtaza Hussain ably documents, “it appears that none of the three men was in any condition to travel or support the Islamic State, without help from the FBI informant.” One of the frightening terrorist villains told the FBI informant that, beyond having no money, he had encountered a significant problem in following through on the FBI’s plot: his mom had taken away his passport. Noting the bizarre and unhinged ranting of one of the suspects, Hussain noted on Twitter that this case “sounds like another victory for the FBI over the mentally ill.”

In this regard, this latest arrest appears to be quite similar to the overwhelming majority of terrorism arrests the FBI has proudly touted over the last decade…

For reasons I and many others have repeatedly argued, these cases are unjust in the extreme: a form of pre-emptory prosecution where vulnerable individuals are targeted and manipulated not for any criminal acts they have committed but rather for the bad political views they have expressed. They end up sending young people to prison for decades for “crimes” which even their sentencing judges acknowledge they never would have seriously considered, let alone committed, in the absence of FBI trickery.

The FBI needs to be disbanded, and its operatives brought to justice swiftly and publicly, before America can ever be great again.

After realizing that Americans don’t want to see their cities destroyed by savages, the fake news, with their partners in the Democrat Party and the deep state, are attempting to spin a revisionist narrative that it is actually right-wingers, not left-wing insurrectionists, who have launched the nationwide orgy of violence against the rule of law. It is hard to imagine that any American, aside from brain-addled liberal cowards, could possibly believe this nonsense.

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