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  1. Rush Limbaugh mocks DON LEMON for joking about rural America and its hayseed population when Rush has built his entire radio career mocking Blacks Hispanics Native Americans Asians , handicapped, women,, military , union workers , farmers . and all those who live in RIO LINDA !!Hicksville. Limbaugh the lying hypocrite. WAKE UP AMERICA!
  2. Explain what is your tribe .. so we both know -and second is your question Kobe specific.. all I know is that he's a serial rapist of young white gals.. for decades. Is he fighting for his tribe.. did not know.. can you rephrase your question ?
  3. I don't have heroes in the spectator sports industry. And I know Kobe raped a white gal.. one of many.. Tiger woods shares an affinity with Kobe on that very basis.. Rush Limbaugh is hoping and Praying that Tiger Woods' career ends in the same fashion that Kobe did.
  4. ‘Outrage’ At Washington Post After Reporter Suspended For Viral Kobe Bryant Tweets January 27, 2020, 8:41 PM PST The Washington Post has come under scrutiny from members of its own staff after the paper made the controversial decision to suspend one of its political reporters for tweets she posted after NBA star Kobe Bryant’s death. The Post’s own media critic criticized the suspension as “misguided,” and the company’s guild, which represents about 1,000 employees, wrote a letter to the newspaper’s management expressing “alarm and dismay” at the decision. In the letter, which was signed by more than 200 Post journalists, Managing Editor Tracy Grant and Executive Editor Marty Baron were urged to “take immediate steps to ensure the safety of our colleague” and to allow her to return to work. The fracas over the tweets began Sunday after Felicia Sonmez, a national political reporter at the Post, tweeted out a link to a 2016 story from The Daily Beast that detailed what is perhaps the darkest chapter in Bryant’s life: the 2003 rape allegation and subsequent settlement from the Los Angeles Laker. At the time of Sonmez’s post, Twitter was awash with messages and tributes remembering Bryant, who died earlier that day in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. Sonmez, who is a sexual assault survivor, wasn’t the only person to point out Bryant’s complicated legacy— but her tweet quickly went viral, and she endured an onslaught of vitriol and criticism. In a subsequent tweet, Sonmez wrote that 10,000 people had commented and emailed her “with abuse and death threats.” “Please take a moment and read the story — which was written 3+ years ago, and not by me. Any public figure is worth remembering in their totality, even if that public figure is beloved and that totality is unsettling,” she wrote. Sonmez also tweeted a screenshot of her inbox showing some of the hate-filled and expletive-laden messages she’d received. As Vox noted, the screenshot contained the full names of the people who’d emailed the reporter. Grant, the Post’s managing editor, told Sonmez to take the three tweets down, which the reporter complied with; and Baron, the executive editor, reportedly emailed her a stern message to “stop.” “Felicia,” Baron wrote, according to The New York Times. “A real lack of judgment to tweet this. Please stop. You’re hurting this institution by doing this.” Grant later said in a statement that Sonmez had been “placed on administrative leave while The Post reviews whether tweets about the death of Kobe Bryant violated The Post newsroom’s social media policy.” “The tweets displayed poor judgment that undermined the work of her colleagues,” Grant added. The Post has not clarified which of Sonmez’s tweets prompted her suspension. Reporter Matthew Keys said it was the screenshot containing the names of her critics that the paper had been most troubled by. But a Post employee told Vox that Sonmez was suspended because of the “totality” of the three tweets and not one in particular. Kris Coratti, head of communications at the paper, told Vox that Sonmez had not been suspended in reaction to the public being angered by the treatment of a popular sports personality. “That’s not at all what Tracy said, and that’s not at all accurate,” Coratti said. The Post has not responded to HuffPost’s request for comment. Many of Sonmez’s colleagues have spoken up in support of the reporter since her suspension was announced. “There’s incredible outrage. The outrage is like nothing I’ve ever seen here,” Vanity Fair quoted a Post source as saying. “People just feel like it was way over the top.” Eric Wemple, the Post’s media critic, chastised the paper for its “misguided” suspension of Sonmez. He refuted the suggestion that Sonmez had violated the company’s social media policy and said it was part of a journalist’s job to speak the truth about famous figures ― even if those truths are complicated and hard to swallow. “The backlash that alighted upon Sonmez stems from the ancient wisdom that urges folks not to speak ill of the dead,” Wemple wrote in a Post column. “It’s a fine rule for everyone except for historians and journalists, upon whom the public relies to provide warts-and-all look-backs on the lives of influential people. Bryant clearly qualifies, as does the particular incident that Sonmez was flagging in her tweet.” Bryant was accused in 2003 of raping a 19-year-old hotel employee in Colorado. The athlete admitted to having a sexual encounter with the woman but said it had been consensual. The case was dropped before trial after the woman declined to testify in court. She filed a civil suit in 2005, which they settled. As Wemple noted, many obituaries recounting Bryant’s life have mentioned the rape charge. HuffPost’s obituary included a paragraph about the allegation. In its letter to Grant and Baron, the Post’s Guild wrote that “it is our responsibility as a news organization to tell the public the whole truth as we know it — about figures and institutions both popular and unpopular, at moments timely and untimely.” The Guild said the paper had failed to protect Sonmez even though she’d reported receiving violent threats that contained her home address. Sonmez told Wemple that she checked into a hotel on Sunday night because she feared for her safety. “Instead of protecting and supporting a reporter in the face of abuse, The Post placed her on administrative leave while newsroom leaders review whether she violated the social media policy. Felicia had to leave her home out of fear for her safety and has gotten insufficient guidance from the Post on how to protect herself,” the Guild wrote. “We urge The Post to immediately provide Felicia with a security detail and take whatever other steps are necessary to ensure her safety, as it has done in the past when other reporters were subject to threats,” it continued, adding that the company should “issue a statement condemning abuse of its reporters, allow Felicia to return to work, rescind whatever sanctions have been imposed and provide her with any resources she may request as she navigates this traumatic experience.”
  5. Limbaugh is quietly working behind the scenes to develop a strategy to convince his stupid ditto heads in his audience to support a war in Iran.. When Limbaugh takes a day or a few days off away from his golden HIV microphone he attends meetings with WH officials in what will turn out to be the greatest act of betrayal and infamy against the American people. Limbaugh has American blood on his hands for deceitfully promoting the IRAQ war at the behest of Pres. Geo W Bush.. for which he was greatly rewarded. Don't let Limbaugh send your kids to die in Iran...
  6. Whatever amount of money Mr. Limbaugh pays Snerdley, his call screener, its not enough. If Limbaugh were to pay Snerdley 5 times what he pays him it still would be less than what Snerdley is worth to El Rushbo. Without Snerdley Limbaugh would be off the radio now and an unknown. Decades ago the FCC would've cancelled his 3hr program due to his racism and for Limbaugh using the public airwaves to disseminate hate speech to the public. Limbaugh hiring a Black screener was genius and served to deflect all accusations of Racism which otherwise would've been levelled at the lying windbag.. Snerdley would've served as witness #1 attesting to Limbaugh's benign treatment of Hispanics, First Americans ,Asian .. etc.. Without Snerdley , Limbaugh today could've well become broke and working as a Wal Mart greeter.
  7. all you have to do is listen to his 3hr talk show and he's always making fun of native Americans and Hispanics; remember the SPEEDY GONZALEZ song he used to get laughs? I've spoken to some Blacks who told me Mr. Snerdley was hired a long time ago as a cover against accusations of racism. And his hatred of Asians is well known. look, you can listen to the racist dirt bag all you want. I dont care what you do.
  8. Rush Limbaugh hates Hispanics and Asians as well. That's how he draws a crowd ;that's how he makes his money .. Why is it that Snerdley is not allowed at the Augusta Country club? Why does Limbaugh mock native Americans? you know that's true.. why do you like this racist dirt bag ?
  9. Is there any doubt that Rush Limbaugh is a racist and hates African Americans?
  10. Rush Limbaugh ,on behalf of the PGA organization and the Augusta Country Club has expressed sorrow that in the crash involving Kobe ,Tiger Woods was not on the passenger manifest. Given the shared closeness that Kobe had with Mr. Woods , Limbaugh was hoping this would put an end to these two who have sabotaged El Rushbo's chances of ever owning a ball club, But there's more , Tiger is hated by the racist Limbaugh and the PGA and the professional golfers want to get rid of Tiger any way they can.. Rush Limbaugh is their chief spokeperson .
  11. Prince Harry reportedly attempted to meet with the queen about stepping down from senior royal duties but was blocked by her courtiers. The royals are currently in “talks” about the duke and duchess’s future role. Welp, the plot just keeps on thickening over in Buckingham Palace. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s decision to step down as senior royals has caused a huge amount of drama thanks to reports that the couple didn’t inform members of the royal family and Prince Charles learned about their bombshell news only 10 minutes before it went public. But turns out, there’s more to the story than meets the eye. According to the Evening Standard, the sequence of events leading up to Meghan and Harry’s announcement actually involved Harry trying to meet with the queen and being shot down by her courtiers.
  12. TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran announced Saturday that its military ‘unintentionally’ shot down a Ukrainian jetliner, killing all 176 aboard. The statement came Saturday morning and blamed “human error” for the shootdown. The jetliner, a Boeing 737 operated by Ukrainian International Airlines, went down on the outskirts of Tehran during takeoff just hours after Iran launched a barrage of missiles at U.S. forces. Iran had denied for several days that a missile downed the aircraft. But then the U.S. and Canada, citing intelligence, said they believe Iran shot down the aircraft. The plane, en route to the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, was carrying 167 passengers and nine crew members from several countries, including 82 Iranians, at least 63 Canadians and 11 Ukrainians, according to officials.
  13. For America's Christian Community:...….You can't defeat Satan by joining forces with Belzeebub.
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