Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh believes it doesn’t matter which candidate earns the presidential nomination from the Democrat Party to run against Donald Trump in 2020.
“It doesn’t matter which of those 20 people, if any of them, would win, doesn’t matter which one we’re talking about. They all are the same, they all represent the modern-day Democrat Party,” Limbaugh said in a fiery rant that was his reaction to the recent Democratic presidential primary debates hosted by NBC News this past week.
Of the 25 people officially running to earn the nomination from the Democrat Party, 20 were chosen by the Democratic National Convention and NBC News to take part in the first two primary debates. The 20 were split into two groups and both nights presented plenty of eye-rolling moments and gaffes from the candidates.
Limbaugh believes the modern Democrat Party is more extreme than ever and he sees it as a major threat to American freedom. The conservative commentator went so far that he even called the political party “a bigger hate group than the KKK.”
He also called the KKK the “military, quote-unquote, wing of the Democrat Party.”
“They are a bigger hate group than the KKK which is always been the military, quote-unquote, wing of the Democrat Party anyway,” Limbaugh said. “There isn’t a right-wing group that can hold a candle to these people.”
He continued by saying that the debates made it clear that this new crop of candidates looking to challenge Trump are only interested in shutting down “the concepts of life, liberty, [and the] pursuit of happiness.”
“They seek control over life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, and they do so from a position of rage and anger. They are angry that the concepts of life, liberty, pursuit of happiness exist. And their mission is obviously to shut them down,” Limbaugh said.
The radio host and author went into a fiery rant where he warned listeners of the dangers of the Democrat Party taking control.
“They are the kingpins of hate in the American political system. They are the biggest threat to civil liberties,” he said. “They are the biggest threat to freedom of speech. They are the biggest threat to the Second Amendment. They are the biggest threat to the innocence of unborn life. They are the biggest threat to anybody who is not one of them. They are the biggest threat to prosperity. They represent the biggest threat to private property. They represent the biggest threat to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that exists in this country today. The Democrat Party is that. That is what they have become.”
The threats should be taken seriously, argued Limbaugh, as the “tyranny” threatened by the Democrats could be “only one election away.”
While Limbaugh’s words are harsh, they should not be taken lightly because he has long been fair to those he disagrees with. He regularly debates liberal callers on his radio show and he’s crossed the political aisle plenty of times. One of the most publicized examples was a guest-starring role on the highly political, very left-leaning adult cartoon “Family Guy,” which was created by longtime Bernie Sanders supporter Seth MacFarlane.
Limbaugh is not one to throw Democrats under the bus for no reason, so the fact that he is saying this now should really make conservatives concerned.
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