Nasty CNN Continues to Smear Rush Limbaugh: ‘His Views Were Pretty Ugly and Hurt a Lot of People’

Since the death of conservative radio legend Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday, CNN and the rest of the liberal media have ghoulishly smeared him in their coverage of his death. On Sunday’s Reliable Sources, CNN host Brian Stelter and media analyst Bill Carter doubled down on loathsome attacks that they made on Limbaugh earlier this week.

Stelter questioned if Florida’s Republican governor Ron DeSantis should honor Limbaugh by flying flags at half-staff across the state because “he’s remembered as a hate monger on the left” and Carter declared that Limbaugh’s “views were pretty ugly and they hurt a lot of people.”

Stelter, who launched a vile attack on Limbaugh in which he primarily focused on his most controversial remarks and the low points in his career on Wednesday just minutes after Limbaugh’s wife announced that he had passed away, began the grotesque exchange by questioning Carter if DeSantis should fly flags at half-staff for a “hate monger” like Limbaugh:

He’s remembered as a hate monger on the left. He was clearly a harbinger of many political changes in this country. Now the Florida governor says he’s going to fly the flags at half-staff in Florida in the coming days, whenever the funeral is scheduled. What’s your reaction to that decision?

Stelter does know a thing or two about being a “hate monger,” as in his Wednesday attack, he claimed that Limbaugh was “racist,” “sexist,” and someone “whose legacy will always symbolize division.”

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Carter joined Stelter in stomping on Limbaugh’s grave by questioning if it wast justifiable for DeSantis to honor Limbaugh because Limbaugh’s “views were pretty ugly and they hurt a lot of people”:

It’s kind of shocking because, I mean, first of all, you know the governor of Florida’s just playing for, you know, conservative attention doing that. But the justification is really questionable. I mean, look, Limbaugh had a huge following and was very popular among, you know, a group of right-wing listeners. But he wasn’t a heroic figure. I mean, he had a lot of incidents that were extremely questionable and his views were pretty ugly and they hurt a lot of people. They hurt some people personally. And I think, you know, there an awful lot of people who are justifiably saying why are you celebrating a guy who attacked Barack Obama on race, who sang Barack The Magic Negro and all kinds of extremely outrageous things that frankly the conservatives loved. They loved him for that. And he established the brand. He did. That was a brand. But to make it a heroic thing or something that should be celebrated like, you know,  a war hero, you know, I find that pretty questionable.

Carter certainly knows how to “hurt some people personally.” On Wednesday while Limbaugh’s family, friends, and millions of fans were mourning his death, Carter asserted that Limbaugh’s fans are “wacky” and that he was taking advantage of them by pandering to them by forwarding their “mean spirited” and “nasty” views. It’s amazing how these people who are accusing Limbaugh of saying hateful things are enthusiastically making abominable accusations towards a recently deceased man. Carter and Stelter need some time for self-reflection.

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As for the “justification” for celebrating Limbaugh, he is perhaps the most successful and influential radio personality of all time and was awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Trump. Stelter and Carter can only dream of having such success and being so beloved.

Through the death of Rush Limbaugh, the ghouls at CNN have shown just how much they hate anyone who disagrees with them.

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Read the full February 21st transcript here:

Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter

02/21/21

11:10:12 AM

BRIAN STELTER: The Texas crisis was unfolding while the conservative media world was in mourning. Rush Limbaugh died Wednesday at the age of 70. He’s been remembered as a hero to some. He’s remembered as a hate monger on the left. He was clearly a harbinger of many political changes in this country. Now the Florida governor says he’s going to fly the flags at half-staff in Florida in — in the coming days, whenever the funeral is — is scheduled. What’s your reaction to that decision?

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BILL CARTER (CNN MEDIA ANALYST): Well, I — it — it’s kind of shocking because, I mean, first of all, you know the governor of Florida’s just playing for, you know, conservative attention doing that. But the justification is really questionable. I mean, look, Limbaugh had a huge following and was very popular among, you know, a — a group of right-wing listeners. But he wasn’t a heroic figure. I mean, he had a lot of incidents that were extremely questionable and his — his views were pretty ugly and they hurt a lot of people. They hurt some people personally. And I think, you know, there an awful lot of people who are justifiably saying why are you celebrating a guy who attacked Barack Obama on race, who sang Barack, you know, Barack The Magic Negro and all kinds of extremely outrageous things that frankly the conservatives loved. They loved him for that. And he established the brand. He did. That was a brand. But to make it a heroic thing or something that should be celebrated like, you know,  a war hero, you know, I find that pretty questionable.

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