Rush makes the case that the Virginia television shooter is a product of liberalism, and he's right
The black man who shot and killed two white former coworkers during a live standup at a Virginia television station on Wednesday was immersed in victimhood brought on by a society that advocated quotas over talent, according to talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh.
“Vester Flanagan was hired repeatedly to meet these [equal opportunity] and affirmative action goals, and he was fired repeatedly. Most likely his incompetence got him fired. But it was also attitude related. When he was fired so many times for these reasons, he couldn’t deal with it, and he went postal. No, let’s not say that. He lost it. He went mental health on everybody while deep in this stigmatized victimhood,” Limbaugh said on Thursday.