Thursday, December 19, 2013

Rush Limbaugh's Only Black Friend Died!

Black conservative pastor and former NFL player Ken Hutcherson passes away.

I know that King Hippo has plenty of Black (conservative) friends. Obviously whenever he's gone he'll put on that old school Black conservative Walter Williams to fill in whenever he's away.

I know that Bo Snardly is his Black phone call screener.

But retired NFL player Ken Hutcherson, the guy who officiated the fourth marriage of the conservative agitator died. The conservative agitator offers his condolences to the only Black man he actually ain't attack on daily basis.

He was a Black conservative and one of the few guest that was featured on that conservative agitator's program. He would call in during special events and talk to about personal issues.

Hutcherson played linebacker for Livingston University (now the University of West Alabama) from 1970-73. He was a starting outside linebacker for the Tiger’s 1971 NAIA National Championship team, and was an All-American both his junior and senior seasons.

He was the NAIA National Player of the Week in 1972 when he made 21 tackles against Southern State. Hutcherson was named GSC Defensive Player of the Year in 1972, and was an All-GSC and All-Alabama Small College selection in 1972 and 1973.

Hutcherson was drafted in the fourth round by the Dallas Cowboys in 1974, and played five years in the NFL spending time with the Dallas Cowboys, San Diego Chargers, and Seattle Seahawks.

He was the senior pastor at Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, Washington, where he had been since 1985. His nickname from his NFL days was "The Hutch". Hutcherson died on December 18, 2013 after more than a decade-long battle with prostate and bone cancer.

In addition to his wife, Pat, and four children, Hutcherson is survived by his mother.

Publicly, Hutcherson would often call in to King Hippo's program around NFL playoffs and Super Bowl time.

Upon hearing about the Black conservative's death, the conservative agitator told his audience that Hutcherson meant the world to him. He said that he wouild be sorely missed and the impact his death would have on others like himself.

Conservative agitator shares his wedding photos to his audience.
KING HIPPO: "He was a man, folks. There was no complaining. There was no bleeding on people. There was none of that. He didn't want his relationship with anybody to be defined, even in what turned out to be the latter months of his life, by his illness. He was a devout Christian. He was a devout practicing Christian. And, as such, I don't think that he feared death because of that. But he's gone now, and it's a great, great loss for his congregation and his family because he's a unique individual. Nobody can be replaced when they're gone, but he's created an especially huge void for a lot of people because he was a counselor to people in trouble, no matter what the problem was."

Hutcherson also made frequent appearances on Chalk E Becker's programs. On December 17, 2013, he right wing media mogul devoted a portion of his program to his friend Hutcherson.

Beck tweeted the same day: "I just spoke to Hutch tonight. He is dying. He promised me that he will wait until I can get there Friday. Pray for his sweet wife and children."

We here at Journal de la Reyna send our condolences to the family of Ken Hutcherson.

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