Fox News has appeared to turn on President Trump.
Vice President Pence has appeared to backstab Trump.
And even Senate Republicans appear to have lost their backbone…
But not Rush Limbaugh!
While the Establishment is calling for an end to the unrest, Rush Limbaugh is providing another perspective!
See what he had to say:
There’s a lot of people demanding the end of violence…I am glad the men at Lexington and Concord didn’t feel that way.
Whether or not you agree, you can’t deny that he is absolutely correct.
If our Founding Fathers were not brave… if our historical figures were not brave, we would not be where we are today.
Limbaugh: “There's a lot of people calling for the end of violence…I am glad Sam Adams, Thomas Paine, the actual Tea Party guys, the men at Lexington and Concord didn't feel that way.”pic.twitter.com/Sr3Pw68YeV
— Angelo Carusone (@GoAngelo) January 7, 2021
Remember, folks, Rush Limbaugh is always ahead of the curve.
He has been a kingmaker for decades.
Limbaugh is easily one of the most influential voices in conservative media…
If not THE definitive voice of a generation.
The Daily Mail confirms Limbaugh’s candid perspective:
Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh drew comparisons between the leaders of the American Revolution and yesterday’s siege at the Capitol building in Washington D.C. rebuking those ‘calling for the end of violence’.
Limbaugh, 69, took aim at liberals who protested this summer, claiming they were anarchists using the Black Lives Matter movement as a ‘guise’.
He continued, saying he forgave yesterday’s group of rioters who were simply ‘fed up’.
‘We’re supposed to be horrified by the protesters,’ Limbaugh said on his program on Thursday.
‘There’s a lot of people calling for the end of violence. There’s a lot of conservatives, social media, who say that any violence or aggression at all is unacceptable. Regardless of the circumstances,’ he said.
‘I’m glad Sam Adams, Thomas Paine, the actual tea party guys, the men at Lexington and Concord didn’t feel that way,’ he continued.
Both Adams and Paine were Founding Fathers of the United States who protested British taxation without representation, uniting the American colonies in the fight for independence during the Revolutionary War.
Limbaugh has been one of President Trump’s most ardent supporters. The day after revealing he had cancer, Trump invited him as a guest for his State of the Union – where he awarded him the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
‘Yesterday, hundreds of thousands of people — Americans who have gotten tired of being ignored and lied about and smeared as racists by these very Democrats in the media and the popular culture,’ the conservative radio icon told listeners.
‘Americans who have gotten fed up with having election stolen from them by the Democrats, including the White House. Now they think two more Senate seats have been stolen, and they thought they were going to be stolen even before the election.’
Limbaugh attempted to further excuse the actions of those who participated in Wednesday’s violence suggesting Republicans do not know how to protest or loot despite thousands of Trump supporters appearing at the Capitol.
‘A tiny minority of these protesters and undoubtedly including some Antifa Democrat-sponsored instigators did decide to go to the Capitol to protest,’ he added without providing any evidence. ‘The people’s house by the way.’
Limbaugh then went on to share his frustration by making false claims stating how no Black Lives Matter protesters were arrested for their actions over the summer.
On the first day of June alone, more than five times the number of people were arrested than in the breach of the Capitol, according to Forbes.
Just 52 people were arrested in Washington after Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol.
The number pales in significance compared to the number of arrests made in D.C. during protests for racial justice last summer after George Floyd was killed in police custody.
Between May 30 and June 2 2020, the height of the racial justice protests, 427 ‘unrest-related’ arrests were made, according to Forbes.
‘As recently as this time last year, anti-Trump protests were held in the Capitol during the impeachment. All of the sudden protesting Congress is being called the end of the world,’ Limbaugh said.
‘Can’t have this. The worst crime against democracy in our nation’s history. And yet, all kinds of anti-presidential protest were held in the Capitol during the impeachment and nobody was concerned about it in terms of the damage being done to our government institutions.’
As always, Limbaugh points out the obvious.
He is a man of common sense and speaks truth straight to the people.
The events of the last week have only solidified support behind President Trump.
He has truly proven that he is a man of the people, by the people, and for the people!