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Why Rush Limbaugh makes $40 million a year

“They were in such a hurry to sensationalize the news, again, because they wanted to advance their agenda, that the basic rules of journalism got thrown out, like two sources or three sources, just went out the window.  It’s the same Drive-By Media that says they didn’t want to rush into covering the attack in Benghazi, which killed four Americans.  They didn’t want to be rushed into that ’til they had all the facts, and they still don’t have all the facts.  So they still don’t want to rush into covering that.  And the person who has all the facts who could testify isn’t going to ’cause she fell down, had a concussion the other day and will no longer be secretary of state when the hearings take place.

“Fast and Furious, same thing.  No desire, no rush, no interest whatsoever.  Had Fast and Furious manifested itself the way it was intended to, they woulda covered that story the same way they covered Sandy Hook, because that was the objective of Fast and Furious.  The express purpose of Fast and Furious was to create throughout this country the exact emotions and energy that the story, the shootings at the Sandy Hook Elementary School created.  That was the design of Fast and Furious.”


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