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Bo Snerdley Launches 'Stand With Rush' Petition To Demand Acosta and Behar Apologize

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Rush Limbaugh’s producer James Golden, known as Bo Snerdley, has launched a petition to “Stand with Rush Limbaugh” following CNN personality Jim Acosta and The View disparaging the legendary radio talk show host as a racist. Limbaugh received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from First Lady Melania Trump at the State of the Union.

Snerdley, who is black himself, wants Acosta and the View‘s Joy Behar to apologize to Limbaugh. Snerdley is the leader of the MAGA Black political PAC, which seeks to “Make Black Americans Republican Again.”

“I’m sick of the fake news lying and weaponizing race. Acosta and Behar need to provide the list or shut up and apologize!,” Snerdley stated, referring to a list of supposedly disparaging things Limbaugh has ever said about African-Americans, which Snerdley demands Jim Acosta produce.

HERE IS SNERDLEY’S PETITION

Snerdley is challenging Acosta head-on, and Acosta is refusing to show any evidence for his smear of Limbaugh. Rush Limbaugh received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, America’s highest civilian honor, from First Lady Melania Trump at the State of the Union. Limbaugh is suffering from lung cancer, and fans are celebrating the broadcaster’s life’s work, which dates back to the late 1980’s. Limbaugh is largely responsible for using the medium of AM radio to create conservative alternative media to dispute the left-wing mainstream press. The Democrats have struggled to maintain their cries of Republican racism since I exposed Democrat Virginia governor Ralph Northam’s racist yearbook photo in 2019, prompting the Left to hypocritically defend a racist.

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Limbaugh supporters are rallying around Snerdley during this difficult time.

Watch the late Andrew Breitbart explain to Peter Robinson how learning that Rush is not a racist helped wake Breitbart up to the media’s phoniness:

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Stuntman Acosta’s press badge was famously revoked after he caused a scene at a President Trump presser and made contact with the arm of a female White House intern, but he sued and got his press credentials restored.

Charlie Hurt wrote for The Washington Times in 2019, regarding Acosta’s antics:

“Who gave this idiot a microphone? Who gave him a press badge? Who would give this nut a minute of airtime?

CNN, apparently.

The once-vaunted international television network was once known for its brave reporters who covered wars under falling bombs from inside the war zone. Once known for its fearless correspondents who went behind enemy lines to shine a bright light on evil dictators. Once known for its serious reporters who brought attention to atrocities and famine in the farthest corners of the world.

Now, Jim Acosta — preening before cameras like a wounded peacock who doesn’t know his plumage has all fallen out. The only feathers left are soggy, wet and dull.

Yet on he preens and struts and clucks — a sad display and an embarrassment to all the other birds…”

Charlie Hurt’s passage ends

I expressed my view on Jim Acosta during his press credentials battle:

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Patrick Howley is a seasoned reporter responsible for revealing the Veterans Affairs scandal, exposing Ralph Northam's racist yearbook photo, breaking the Cal Cunningham adultery scandal, and revealing the financial links between the Pelosi family and Ukraine. Howley is currently focusing on the possible politicization of Child Protective Services. Follow Patrick on Twitter @HowleyReporter and at Gab.com/patrickreports




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