Rush Limbaugh: A white supremacist’s biggest ally
September 16, 2009 by William K. Wolfrum
It’s hard to figure who white supremacists like more. Could it be thinly veiled brother-in-arms Glenn Beck? How about Lou Dobbs? Or Pat Buchanan? Or a number of other openly racist conservative entertainers?
The race for who is the biggest ally to the white supremacist movement in the U.S. is a tight one, but in the end, Rush Limaugh has shown that day-in, day-out, he is a standard bearer for whites that believe that all non-whites are evil. His latest?
“In Obama’s America, the white kids now get beat up with the black kids cheering, ‘Yay, right on, right on, right on, right on,” Limbaugh said. I wonder if Obama’s going to come to come to the defense of the assailants the way he did his friend Skip Gates up there at Harvard.”
I think it’s obvious that Limbaugh has realized that the right-wing crazy train has left the station without him. And there’s no way he’ll let Beck and others take over his spot as lead crazy of the fringe-right movement.