On Wednesday afternoon, America learned that the absolute icon and talk radio powerhouse Rush Limbaugh had lost his battle with lung cancer.
For many conservatives, it was devastating news.
For liberals, it seemed to be an invitation to trash a man who was no longer able to defend himself against their hateful rhetoric – while simultaneously claiming to be the most sensitive people in the world, of course.
While it is easy to be offended by their harsh words and “rest in piss” trending topic, it’s also a great reminder of one of Limbaugh’s greatest legacies: he will always be a HUGE TRIGGER for liberal snowflakes.
In honor of Rush and his legacy, we’d like to spend a little time further triggering these liberals into oblivion.
It’s what Rush would want.
So, here are the top 6 Rush-isms that completely devastate the leftist haters.
1. “Drive By Media”
Rush coined this term years before “fake news” to describe the way liberal media delivers misleading statements in quick succession without context or explanation (like a drive-by shooter).
2. Feminism was established as to allow unattractive women easier access to the mainstream of society.
The majority of those who dispute this message are, in fact, ugly women. I think we can all agree this is 100% true.
3. There is a distinct singular American culture – rugged individualism and self-reliance – which made America great.
Modern liberals call this “toxic masculinity” while demanding universal income for able-bodied adults.
4. Liberals attempt through judicial activism what they cannot win at the ballot box.
Why do you think they’re so freaked out about Donald Trump’s record-breaking number of judicial appointments?
5. No nation has ever taxed itself into prosperity.
Bernie Sanders is still trying his hardest to single-handedly prove Rush wrong on this one.
6. Too many Americans can’t laugh at themselves anymore.
This will be proven by the angry trolls who can’t stay out of my twitter mentions after reading this article.
I will be saying my prayers for Rush Limbaugh’s family and doing my best to carry on the legacy he’s built for this great movement that has defined my life.