Vile leftists on social media came crawling out of their decrepit woodwork on Wednesday to demonstrate yet again what fine people they are. Unable to show even the barest minimum of respect for Rush Limbaugh on the day of his passing, these liberal celebrities and writers took unbridled joy in competing with each other to see who could post the most disgusting, inflammatory response to his death.
This would have bothered us a lot more…had we not recognized so completely that Rush would have fully expected and, perhaps, even enjoyed this outpouring of insanity. After all, what did it do, other than show living proof of what he spent his entire career telling us about the leftist mindset?
Anyway, here are some of the worst takes we saw.
Let’s start with Cenk Uygur, the socialist podcaster, who said, “The idea that you say artificially nice things about people after they die is weird. Rush Limbaugh was a terrible person while he was alive. He made a living by attacking the powerless. His death does not in anyway change or redeem that.”
Think about some of the actual terrible people alive today in America and the things they’ve done to inflict harm on humanity. And then remember that Rush Limbaugh hosted a radio show.
“I was 4 days into a weeklong break from Twitter, but Limbaugh dying felt like a necessary moment to reemerge,” tweeted Media Matters editor Parker Molloy. “My sincerest condolences go out to hell’s other residents who now have to deal with being associated with him.”
Again, just think for a minute about what kinds of people populate hell, and then consider (again) that Rush Limbaugh hosted a radio show.
“Rush Limbaugh was a coward and white supremacist,” tweeted pro-abortion activist Charlotte Clymer. “He aggressively and cynically exploited divisions in our country by weaponizing hatred and bigotry for his own personal gain. He was in service to his own greed, prejudice, and hypocrisy, and that is how history will remember him.”
Whatever else Rush was, he was no coward, Charlotte.
Yale Law School professor Scott Shapiro gave us this ugly tweet: “I wouldn’t say I was happy that Rush Limbaugh died. It’s more like euphoria.”
While most leftists were pretty clear in their hatred of Limbaugh, others seemed a bit confused about how to best dishonor his memory. One indignant Feminazi, Jessica Valenti, thought she could get one over on El Rushbo by posting one of his most infamous quotes: “‘Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream society.’ – Rush Limbaugh”
Surely Ms. Valenti, by quoting that hilarious observation, caused at least one or two of her followers to reconsider their opinions of Limbaugh.
Even in death, the GOAT can’t be defeated.