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Rush Limbaugh Goes Off on 'Fake', 'Head Case' Wendy Davis After Her Biography Is Disputed

"But that's no problem, they just made stuff up. It works for Obama."

In this Jan. 1, 2010 file photo, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh speaks during a news conference in Honolulu. (Photo: AP/Chris Carlson)

Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis is a "fake" and "genuine head case," conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said on his radio show Monday. Limbaugh was reacting to reports that suggest key facts in Davis's highly anticipated biography are not entirely accurate.

"This is the woman who made a big splash, filibustering an anti-abortion law in Texas," he said. "So she became an immediate star in the Democrat Party in Texas, and they began pushing her for higher office."

The problem is, he explained, "she's a leftist and therefore there is fraud and deceit woven through her life story."

"It seems to boil it all down, that Wendy Davis would've ended up being really poor and destitute were it not for a man," Limbaugh continued. "But that's no problem, they just made stuff up. It works for Obama."

Read TheBlaze's report on Davis's biography here.

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