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"Have we been here before?"
Rush Limbaugh was in classic form this afternoon after hearing that the president had decided no to release death photo's of bin Laden.
"Have we been here before?" Limbaugh asked in a serious, sly, yet sarcastic tone. "We have. Recently. A document that nobody doubts exists, but would not be released by the regime. There is guidance here. Intelligence, guided by experience. One man. One man has shown the ability to get this regime to produce things it doesn't want to produce. And that man is Donald Trump. It's time to call Trump."
And as if that wasn't sarcastic enough, Limbaugh added: "Maybe Trump could get him to just release the short form of the photo."
You can listen below via Daily Rushbo:
In that clip, Limbaugh is obviously using a heavy dose of sarcasm. Now, that hasn't always been the case this week. As we pointed out, Rush duped a healthy number of media outlets on Monday when he heaped a lot of praise on Obama.
So it's important to ask if the below clip is a serious one or a continuation of Rush's sarcasm. In it, he says that “I am convinced Osama bin Laden is dead, I just don’t know that he died Sunday night.” That seems like quite a statement. But it is said with much hesitation. Listen for yourself and add your thoughts in the comments:
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