Longtime kosher conservative Rush Limbaugh has finally broken cover and dared to point out that there is nothing wrong with white people voting in their own interests.
In his latest radio show, Limbaugh pointed out that nonwhites vote in their interests all the time—and that the left support any group doing this, except whites.
Starting with a quick recap of notorious black supremacist Van Jones’s outburst on CNN that the Trump victory was a “whitelash” against “a changing country,” Limbaugh went on to say “here’s my question, folks. Van Jones of CNN says that this is a ‘whitelash.’ What is he complaining about? He’s complaining that white people voted their interests?”
Limbaugh continued: “To Van Jones and to a lot on the left and the Democrat Party, white people voting their interests is dangerous and not legitimate. That fact alone, as far as Van Jones is concerned—and probably many others on the left—disqualifies Trump’s victory. In their minds.
“And it’s what scares the heck out of them to boot. A whitelash. Why is it not legitimate to honestly discuss ‘the white vote’? White people are still the majority in America. There are massive demographic shifts taking place, but white people are still the majority.
“Somebody needs to tell me why it’s wrong for white people to vote their interests when it’s not wrong for African-Americans to unify and monolithically vote their interests. Muslims monolithically unify; vote their interests. Gays and lesbians unify; monolithically vote their interests. Feminists unify; vote their interests monolithically. That’s how the Democrat Party wins. All of these different constituency groups think, act, and vote alike—and when they do it, they call it “progress.”*
Limbaugh continued: “They call it ‘overcoming.’ They call it other things that I, frankly, find despicable. But when white people do it, it’s not permitted.
“When white people do it, it’s not good. When white people do it, it’s bad. So exactly when did it happen that all white people became bigots? When did it happen? Because it has happened.
“Why is it illegitimate for white people to do exactly what every other group in the Democrat constituency does?
“White people and Christians are the two the groups that it is politically correct to slander; it’s perfectly okay to slander. Donald Trump won because he was the only candidate unafraid to appeal to them and face down the consequences of doing so.”
It is highly unusual for a “conservative” commentator like Limbaugh, who generally lines up with the establishment when it comes to the issue of race, to venture such comments, and it must have occurred to him as he was saying these words that he had overstepped the mark—because in the very next breath he went on to fall straight back into line:
Flatly denying the obvious—namely that Trump was elected by white people, and Clinton only lost because fewer blacks and Hispanics turned out to vote for her than did for Obama—Limbaugh ended his show with a barrage of lies, saying that “this election was not affected by a bunch of white people deciding to take their country back because of their race . . . this election had nothing to do with white people wanting their country back on racial concerns.”
Limbaugh’s standard race-denying lies aside, his point that the Left actively support and endorse all ethnic groups forming political blocks—and then condemn whites for doing the same thing—is completely accurate.
Perhaps one day, Limbaugh will dare to address the complete truth on race—but don’t count on it.
* Limbaugh also had said that “Women monolithically unify; vote their interests.” This is of course, untrue. Although a majority of white women voted for Trump, some 40 percent plus voted for Clinton, and in this regard Limbaugh is merely falling back in line with establishment propaganda.