Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday found a convoluted way to use the CBS drama <em>Hawaii Five-0</em> to link the story of three kidnapped women in Cleveland to President Barack Obama and welfare benefits.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday found a convoluted way to use the CBS drama Hawaii Five-0 to link the story of three kidnapped women in Cleveland to President Barack Obama and welfare benefits.
Limbaugh admitted that he had "no idea" about why Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight had been kidnapped and then were able to escape after 10 years.
"But as it so happens, I happened last night to watch Hawaii Five-0 on CBS," he explained. "Hawaii Five-O's premise last night was kidnapped girls held until they were 18 and then let go or killed -- well, always killed -- by a couple doing it for the welfare benefits."
"Now I don't know what happened in Cleveland, but I couldn't help but make the connection. I mean, if everybody else in the low-information crowd is going to use what happens on TV for reality, why can't I?"
Limbaugh added: "Three brothers, but not related the the three women, have been arrested in Cleveland -- which voted Obama. Not that that's got anything to do with anything!"
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