‘Rush Limbaugh’: The Man Behind The ‘Rush’ Show

In the past decade, Rush Limbaugh has made a name for himself as the most prominent conservative radio personality in the United States, often using his show to promote his brand of hard-right, right-wing populism.

Now, the conservative talk show host is also the most popular speaker on cable television.

But the show has also become the subject of controversy.

According to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Limbaugh has used his program to advance anti-Semitic views, including in his recent appearance on the Fox News Channel.

In recent years, Limbaugh has faced criticism for the show’s frequent use of racial slurs.

In the episode that prompted ADL to release its report, Limbaugh addressed the “birther” movement, and suggested that President Obama was not born in the US and was therefore not eligible to serve as president.

In a February 2016 episode, Limbaugh said that Obama had “blood on his hands” for the civil rights movement.

And on May 10, 2017, during a radio interview, Limbaugh referred to a Black Lives Matter protester as “a thug” and a “savage.”

In response to the ADL’s report, a spokesperson for Limbaugh said he was “truly saddened by the report and the ADLS report, but that Limbaugh’s show remains an outstanding example of conservative broadcasting.”

In a statement, the ADLC called Limbaugh’s behavior “inappropriate and offensive.”

“Rush Limbaugh is a divisive, hateful and ignorant voice that has long promoted racist, bigoted views, and has made many of his viewers feel unsafe on air,” the statement read.

“He should be ashamed of his behavior, and he should apologize to those who have felt unsafe on his show.”

ADL also found that in 2017, Limbaugh’s radio program made at least $15.4 million from advertising, sponsorships, and ticket sales.

“Rush is one of the most valuable commodities in today’s economy, and the ad revenues he earns should be used to help fund programs that promote freedom and tolerance in the public square,” ADL executive director Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement.

“It’s not only an affront to decency, it is also an affliction for the public’s health and well-being.”

The ADL report comes as the ADs report on Limbaugh’s racist remarks was released.

The report found that, in 2016, Limbaugh called the Black Lives Matters protesters “sons of bitches” and suggested Obama was “a vicious thug” in his speech at the Democratic National Convention.

According a transcript of the interview, he said: The first time I was on the stage, I was with the first black president, I remember him saying that he would never allow a Black person to be president, he never thought it would happen, but he’s got a lot of blood on his fingers, he’s a vicious thug.

But I do think he did have a bit of an edge.

I think he could have had a bit more skin in the game.

The ADs call to action for the ADl’s report included a petition asking the AD and the Federal Communications Commission to investigate Limbaugh’s “anti-Semitic and racist rhetoric.”