[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Probably no one makes a mockery of the lobotomized left in this country better than Rush Limbaugh, which is why, after a quarter of a century, he’s one of the most despised men in the nation despite having the nation’s most popular radio program in American history and is credited with literally saving A.M radio from complete obscurity.[/vc_column_text][banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]But now his callers are getting so sophisticated that they’re joining in on the fun, creatively making caricatures out of leftist imbecility, assisting el-Rushbo with some of the heavy lifting of hilarious and well-deserved ridicule.
As the left pushes the phony narrative that the God-given sex of your birth has no meaning, using freak shows like Bruce-Caitlyn Jenner as their new poster child, a white caller phoned into the Rush Limbaugh Show on Wednesday, claiming he was self-identifying as a black male because he’d felt that way since he was ten-years-old.
Gender is an arbitrary social construct, but Hillary must be elected because we need a female president. #ThingsILearnedFromTheLeft
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) June 2, 2015
” I’m a little nervous ’cause I’ve never come out of the closet in any way before,” said a very serious-sounding Steve, a 38-year-old white man from Chillicothe, Missouri. “But I wanted you to know, be the first to know, and your audience to know, that I am actually an African-American. I’ve been an African-American my entire life. It’s been bottled up inside me, and as of today, I’m no longer going to be Caucasian,” Steve declared.
A perceptive Rush Limbaugh played along perfectly with the spoof, sounding as if he was a sympathetic progressive liberal trying to understand the pain and suffering Steve must have been going through since age 10.
“Ten years old, you knew you weren’t white, even though you were. You weren’t white, you knew you were African-American or black. So you’ve lived 28 years in prison, right? I mean, you haven’t been able to be who are you are?” Rush asked empathetically.
“Right,” Steve answered Rush before he explained his plight. “It’s been horrible ’cause every day I wake up and I know I’m black and everyone around me is white and I’m living here in flyover country and everybody in my small town is basically white,” he complained, sounding sincere.
Steve went on to explain that as a minority, he’d applied for government grants and programs, but gets consistently declined because he looks white. “They just laugh at me,” Steve whined.
“This is a very courageous act on your part,” Rush played along, after telling Steve that it has to be “hell” to be a black man trapped in a white man’s body because “nobody can see who you really are.”
The hilarity heats up as Steve explains to Rush that even though he’s married to a white woman, he views his children as “biracial.”
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