(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – Lots of liberals have been having a gleeful time this week assaulting the legacy and reputation of conservative radio legend Rush Limbaugh who died earlier this week due to lung cancer at the age of 70. However, as we all know, liberals are a disgusting lot that aren’t content with just being disgusting to a person they despise, but must also spread the festering hatred to others who are connected to that individual.
A report from BizPacReview says that deplorable left-wing media figure Joy Reid decided to use the passing of Limbaugh to launch an assault, complete with a vile racial slur, at the radio host’s long time friend and producer Bo Snerdley.
The New York Times so hates Limbaugh and anyone associated with them that they apparently didn’t know that Snerdly was an actual person.
“Unlike Howard Stern, Don Imus and other big names in shock radio, Mr. Limbaugh had no on-the-air sidekicks, though he had conversations with the unheard voice of someone he called ‘Bo Snerdly,’” the liberal rag wrote.
uh, what? does the New York Times not know that Bo Snerdly is a real person?
Limbaugh wasn’t just making it up. this isn’t "Caliphate." pic.twitter.com/MbzMJEpNMv
— tsar becket adams (@BecketAdams) February 17, 2021
This didn’t sit well with many of Limbaugh’s fans.
— Eye on the Sky Mama (@MamaMaddox) February 18, 2021
@nytimes, outing itself (yet again) as written by a bunch of racist hacks.
❤️ you, Snerdley.
— Wooferville 🐶❤️ (@LizzerMack) February 18, 2021
— ReclamationJane (@JaneReclamation) February 17, 2021
During a rant on Wednesday, Joy Reid stated that the reason the general public in America hated Obamacare was due to racial hatred that was all due to Limbaugh’s rhetoric, which she also claimed was allowed because he used his friend Golden, or Snerdly, as a “cover.”
“He called the Affordable Care Act ‘secret reparations’ and racialized something that had no racial undertones to it other than it definitely lifted people of color on average more because black and brown people had less healthcare. But he racialized it. He got white Americans to hate the Affordable Care Act,” she said.
"He is among the three people in recent American history who had the most influence in building the modern Republican Party … this is a party that was built by Right wing media."@JoyAnnReid on Rush Limbaugh. #TheReidOut pic.twitter.com/R1rwe9M5eL
— The ReidOut (@thereidout) February 18, 2021
Joy Reid attacks @BoSnerdley as being no more than Rush Limbaugh's "black sidekick" that gave him "cover to be able to do…outright racist stuff" like getting "white Americans to hate the Affordable Care Act." pic.twitter.com/mlwS7ASYJn
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) February 18, 2021
Yeah, there’s no way it had anything to do with the fact that under Obamacare many middle-class Americans had to drop their insurance because of the absurdly high premiums they had to pay. Or because they were promised they could keep their doctor and that proved false. No, Americans disliked Obamacare because of Limbaugh.
Insert eye roll here.
“He called President Obama ‘Barack the Magic Negro’ and used his black sidekick as a cover to be able to do like that kind of outright racist stuff. If any person other than Donald Trump would have been president, it would have been him, because he basically was president for the last four years,” Reid continued.
“On March 19th, 2007, writer David Ehrenstein penned a column for the Los Angeles Times in which he used the archetype of the so-called magic negro to describe the then-Democrat presidential candidate,” BPR reports.
“While speaking about Ehrenstein’s column later that afternoon, Limbaugh sang the words “Barack the Magic Negro” to the beat of “Puff the Magic Dragon.” Shortly thereafter, a conservative satirist recorded an official “Barack the Magic Negro” song that Limbaugh then repeatedly played throughout the 2008 election,” the report added.
As you might imagine, this caused a fair bit of controversy and launched more than a few accusations of racism at Limbaugh, though Golden himself would have stated that the whole thing was just part of his non-PC sense of humor.
“The comedy is what his many enemies and half his own side missed: Rush took politics seriously but not solemnly,” Rush’s friend Mark Steyn wrote in a tribute to the radio legend published Wednesday evening.
“In the early years of the war on terror, he introduced an Afghan version of himself ‘with talent on loan from Allah’ and sold Club Gitmo merchandise for those seeking a tropical retreat from jihad,” he went on.
“When Brokeback Mountain was in the news, the show ran trailers for Return to Saddle-Sore Canyon: ‘It’s John McCain and Lindsey Graham as you’ve always wanted to see them!’” He said.
Then again, we all know the left has zero sense of humor, so yeah, shouldn’t be surprised that these folks lashed out at Limbaugh. They are the most unfunny lot in existence.
Sadly, no one on the left will hold Reid accountable for her racial slur toward Golden. You know, because double-standards and stuff.
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