Outspoken conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh has backed President Trump’s decision to declare a national emergency on the border. Limbaugh claims that the ongoing “invasion” of Latin American migrants could completely transform America’s culture.
On “Fox News Sunday”, Limbaugh declared that the migrant wave coming into the U.S “is an invasion” and it threatens “the very existence and definition of American culture, American society, the rule of law.”
Limbaugh also astutely picked up on the political implication of mass migration:
“It is undeniable that we have a major immigration problem and a political party that needs a permanent underclass of voters that wants that parade of illegal people who are uneducated, don’t even speak the language, they want them here.”
Trump ended two months of a government shutdown by declaring a national emergency to redirect military funds. Democrat’s refusal to provide $5.7 billion for the wall spurred Trump to take such action.
Ironically, many Democrats have complained about the constitutionality of this move, with some like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi going as far as to threaten a national emergency on the Second Amendment once they take back the presidency.
Unlike many conservatives, Limbaugh understands why Democrats hoot and holler about the wall so much. Any kind of reform to curtail the enormous flow of migrants coming across the border is a hindrance for the Democrat’s vote buying schemes.
Since making a name for himself in conservative radio circles starting in the 1980s, Limbaugh has been one of the leading voices in right-wing talk radio over the past few decades.
Not afraid to pull punches, Limbaugh has called out figures on both the left and the right for their inability to uphold American values and sellout to globalist causes.
In 2019, Limbaugh has not let up, as he has become one of the fiercest defenders of Donald Trump and his efforts to reform America’s immigration system. Limbaugh recognizes what’s at stake right now with mass migration becoming the new norm in America.
When conventional means to curtail mass migration are no longer on the table, extraordinary measures like what Trump is now trying to pull off must be entertained. Limbaugh understands this all too well and has thrown his full support behind Trump.
Sadly, many of his conservative colleagues like Marco Rubio have still not gotten the memo.
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