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Rush Exposes Single Biggest Lie About Lib Attacks On Bill O’Reilly, He Nailed It

by Chris Reynolds 4

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Like the rest of us, conservative radio legend Rush Limbaugh was stunned when he learned that Bill O’Reilly was fired from Fox News. Limbaugh saw right through what liberals succeeded in doing to O’Reilly.

Began Rush, “Let me ask you a question. Have you ever wondered why not a single left-wing media figure is ever the target of advertiser boycotts? Have you ever noticed that, and, if you haven’t, please take notice of it, and then ask yourself, why? What in the world could explain the one-sidedness of this?”

Rush added, “How is it that a woman who is now out there berating Bill O’Reilly as a subhuman dryball happily once dated Anthony Weiner and is currently on CNN giving commentary about this and many other things? Because, you know, liberals, sponsors of O’Reilly have been have you noticed many of them sponsor the Clinton Foundation?”

He continued, “It still boils down to one thing: The left cannot beat Fox News in the arena of cable news. The media, the left cannot beat Fox News. The only option they have is to destroy it. The standard operating procedure for the left is not to level the playing field but to close it. It’s to deny participation on the playing field, not level it. No tolerance. No fairness. Their objective is to destroy the opposition because they can’t beat the opposition in the arena of competition where both entities are battling — and that would be, in this case, cable news.”

Rush then revealed something disturbing about the people who run Fox News now. He said,  “It’s nothing but a giant, full-fledged, manufactured smear — and don’t forget where it started. It started in the New York Times. The reason that it starts in the New York Times is important is because the second aspect is that corporate intrigue that I mentioned that is also behind this, and it’s… I don’t work there, so I guess it’s not any quicksand, but there is a battle for power going on there between sons of Rupert Murdoch and Rupert — and they are not conservatives, my friends. Their friends are all liberal. Their wives. One of their wives works for the Clinton Global Initiative.” Do you think Rush is correct? Watch below: