Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Ass Ape Limbaugh Will Ride Out Another Storm!

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Ass ape Rush Limbaugh tells his stupid audience that he will ride out the monster storm approaching Florida.

One of the oldest voices in talk radio once again strikes up controversy.

From one his five West Palm Beach mansions, old fart Rush Limbaugh is telling his dying audience that a potential devastating hurricane is being hyped by the junk food media.

Listen to this ass ape speak about how hurricane preparation is a kookspiracy to rile up Americans to buy stuff. He predicts the monster hurricane will be nothing more than a whimper.

Transcript of the rant.


RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): The reason that I am leery of forecasts this far out, folks, is because I see how the system works. Now, I don’t mean this to be a personal attack on anybody, but the one thing that’s undeniable throughout our culture is that everything has been politicized. And in that sense, much of our public information system, including from the government, from the drive-by media, has been corrupted. It has been corrupted by the individual biases and whatever present bigotry of the people who hold these positions. You can see it in the way the deep state deals with Trump. You can see it with the way the intelligence community and the Washington establishment deal with Trump.
So, in the case of a hurricane, what happens? Well, there are many levels here. When a hurricane pops up -- and we can’t forget Hurricane Harvey because Hurricane Harvey and the TV pictures that accompany that go a long way to helping further and create the panic.
Now, in the official meteorological circles, you have an abundance of people who believe that man-made climate change is real, and they believe that Al Gore is correct when he has written, and he couldn’t be more wrong, that climate change is creating more hurricanes and stronger hurricanes. And, of course, when Harvey hit, it was the first hurricane that had hit in 12 years. There haven’t been more hurricanes and they're no more dangerous than any others in previous years.
But it doesn’t matter because the bias is built in. So there is a desire to advance this climate change agenda, and hurricanes are one of the fastest and best ways to do it. You can accomplish a lot just by creating fear and panic. You don’t even need a hurricane to hit anywhere. All you need is to create the fear and panic accompanied by talk that climate change is causing hurricanes to become more frequent, and bigger, and more dangerous, and you create the panic, and it’s mission accomplished, agenda advanced.
Now, how do you do this? Well, any number of ways. Let’s take south Florida television, for example. There is symbiotic relationship between retailers and local media, and it’s related to money. It revolves around money. You have major, major industries and businesses which prosper during times of crisis and panic, such as a hurricane, which could destroy or greatly damage people’s homes, and it could interrupt the flow of water and electricity. So what happens?
Well, the TV stations begin reporting this and the panic begins to increase. And then people end up going to various stores to stock up on water and whatever they might need for home repairs and batteries and all this that they’re advised to get, and a vicious circle is created. You have these various retail outlets who spend a lot of advertising dollars with the local media. The local media, in turn, reports in such a way as to create the panic way far out, which sends people into these stores to fill up with water and to fill up with batteries, and it becomes a never-ending repeated cycle. And the two coexist. So the media benefits with the panic with increased eyeballs, and the retailers benefit from the panic with increased sales, and the TV companies benefit because they’re getting advertising dollars from the businesses that are seeing all this attention from customers.

RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): You know that reporter that got clocked by the Republican out in [Montana], Ben Jacobs, is it? Well, apparently, this guy heard, well I don't think he heard. I don't think any of these people actually listen. They probably got an out-of-context, erroneous report of things I didn't say yesterday. And he tweeted that I am a hurricane denier. Which, by the way, does that not prove that these people are using this storm to advance the climate change agenda, which was one of my focal points yesterday? And that, apparently, caused an erruption of various sectors of social media. And so Erick [Erickson] wrote a piece here to try and set these people straight, to tell them what exactly happened on the program yesterday versus what they – I know they’re not going to read that. Well, they might. Erick is on social media and we here at the EIB network have steadfastly maintained a safe distance form that cesspool. So we’re not there, that’s why I don’t get any feedback on it. All I did yesterday -- this is the thing, folks, it is so frustrating. And it's actually getting more and more frustrating. You can't, when these people who are so emotionally invested -- emotionally, not intellectually -- so emotionally invested in an event and in an outcome, when they are, you can't get to them with the truth. In fact, the truth is the greatest enemy they face and they treat it that way.



Of course this earned the ire of Al Roker, a certified weather specialist and NBC News agitator.

Hurricane Irma is on track to be the most dangerous Atlantic cyclone in record history. The storm already took away Barbuda, St. Maarten, the British and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

It is streamlining towards Puerto Rico, Domincian Republic, Haiti, and Cuba.

The storm will likely reach the United States and hit Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. The governor of Florida, Rick Scott ordered mandatory evacuations of the Florida Keys, Key West and most of South Florida.

The governor of Georgia, Nathan Deal also issued a warning to coastal and low laying residents to take shelter.

The borderline ignorant leader Donald J. Trump is calling upon federal agencies to be at the ready. With the disasters in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, FEMA and HUD will be there to offer assistance.

Trump already calling upon the inept Congress to pass disaster relief for Hurricane Harvey damages that ravaged Texas and Louisiana.

Old fart "ass ape" Rush Limbaugh and Sean "Softball" Hannity are toxic waste.

iHeart Media is wasting their money on individuals who promote bullshit. They are a reason to why the resistance exists. Limbaugh has already suffered a major setback.

He is losing revenue from the ad boycott he is facing. This ad boycott started in 2012 when he attacked Sandra Fluke. He called her a slut on the airwaves triggering a huge backlash against him.

He has put a dent on his career. He was making $421 million during his reign of being the talk radio king. Now that iHeart is struggling to stay afloat, Limbaugh is forced to take a huge pay cut. He signed a contract for another four years for a modest $10 million.

Since then, Limbaugh and the softball have now faced backlash for the years of promoting bullshit.

Sleeping Giants, Color of Change and Media Matters for America are relentlessly working to make advertisers break ties from Limbaugh and Softball Hannity.

When they lose ads, they can't make money.

Softball Hannity is trying to delay the inevitable by forcing a boycott on MSNBC and CNN for critical commentary of Trump.

It seems like ass ape Limbaugh isn't the only one who is promoting this nonsense about not preparing for a monstrous hurricane. Media Matters for America, got the goods on that lunatic Alex Jones.

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