Rush Limbaugh: 'Turn Off' Fox News, 'All You See Is 8 Pairs Of Legs With Skirts Halfway Up The Thigh'Chris Menahan
Aug. 09, 2017
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Rush Limbaugh demanded all the TVs in his studio be turned off during his radio show Tuesday because "all you see is eight pairs of legs with skirts halfway up the thigh."
"You know, I sorry. Iím gonna have to turn off these TVs. Iím just gonna have to turn off these TVs in here," Rush said. "Thereís another woman up there that I can tell just had plastic surgery and itís depressing and itís distracting. Iím gonna turn íem off. [interruption] Iím not gonna tell you that. Doesnít matter."
"Doesnít matter who it is," he said. "You think Iím gonna say this and maybe be wrong about it. It could just be an excessive amount of makeup, but I donít think so. It just is a distraction. The whole thing is just a distraction. Iím not even gonna tell you that. On the Fox show itís nothing but eight pairs of legs that you see. Who can do a program when all you see is eight pairs of legs with the skirts halfway up the thigh? Here, where is it? What do they expect us to do here?"
Since the Trump-hating Murdoch brothers took over Fox News from their father Rupert, the channel has been in a constant decline and now every pro-Trump host is being forced out with stupid sexual harassment claims.
Rush was no doubt watching the terrible new show "Outnumbered," which airs during his same time slot.
If you tune into Fox News these days, all you'll hear is a bunch of catty pageant winners whining about Donald Trump's tweets and bickering about nonsense.
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