Rush Limbaugh rarely does interviews on other radio programs.
But Limbaugh made an exception in the wake of the riots that erupted in response to George Floyd’s death.
And Rush Limbaugh had one message for a black radio host that left him speechless.
Limbaugh appeared for an interview on the popular radio show “The Breakfast Club.”
Joe Biden recently created a scandal for himself when Biden appeared on the show and told host Charlamagne tha God that anyone who didn’t know if they were for Biden or Trump “ain’t black.”
The discussion between Limbaugh and Charlamagne and his cohosts was tense but civil.
But the most explosive part of the interview came when Limbaugh dismissed the liberal fantasy over “white privilege.”
“I don’t buy into the notion of white privilege,” Limbaugh stated. “See, I think that’s a liberal political construct right along the lines of political correctness. It’s designed to intimidate and get people to shut up and admit they’re guilty of doing things they haven’t done. I don’t have any white privilege.”
“You’re being delusional,” Charlamagne responded.
Charlamagne claimed that “what happened to George Floyd would not have happened to a white man.”
“If what happened to George Floyd had happened to a white man we probably wouldn’t have heard about it,” Limbaugh shot back.
And Limbaugh was telling the truth.
In 2016, Dallas police pinned Tony Timpa to the ground for 13 minutes by kneeling on his back.
Body cam footage showed the officers mocking Timpa.
This was never national news because Timpa is white and it didn’t fit the Fake News Media narrative that cops only target young black men for fun because of racism.
One reason the country is so divided on these matters is because the Fake News Media is wedded to the idea of racial divide and strife instead of accurately and honestly covering the topic of police misconduct.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.