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Rush Limbaugh Mad Obama Didn't Discuss 'ISIS' In His Grammys PSA On Domestic Abuse

Rush Limbaugh continues his assault on common decency and reality by complaining about Obama's PSA about domestic abuse.

When I saw President Obama's PSA on domestic assault during The Grammys, I knew conservative talkers would get their freak on and Rush didn't disappoint. First Limbaugh opens up by calling the rape statisitics bogus and then he ranted about ISIS.

Did he mention ISIS or al Qaeda at all? He didn’t mention ISIS or al Qaeda in that PSA at the Grammys? Oh, just domestic, just some domestic folks that were engaging in...Oh, OK. He just confined himself to making up statistics about the number of women that are sexually assaulted in the U.S. Did you hear about this? This is really, really problematic here.

Did you know that when Michelle Obama gives a speech to children and families about a proper diet, Limbaugh expects her to say that unless her husband stops radical Islam, it won't matter what food they eat because they're all be dead.

Banging my head against the wall.

He then connected the president’s statements to what he called the “war on women theory and meme,” which he claimed intensified in January 2012. Limbaugh did not mention that heavy public criticisms of his remarks against Sandra Fluke, then a law student at Georgetown University, forced him to apologize after advertisers started pulling away from his program that year.

Instead, he said “modern feminism” had fueled “the notion that men are predators and that all men are predators, that’s their natural state and women are at high risk every day of their lives in this country. And Obama is now throwing gasoline on that fire and using totally made up statistics.”


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