Rush Limbaugh: Eastwood Got 'Scammed' by Chrysler

Rush Limbaugh: Eastwood Got 'Scammed' by Chrysler

El Rushbo didn’t mince words on EastwoodGate today.

Rush Limbaugh, back behind the golden EIB microphone following a one-day vacation, addressed the Chrysler Super Bowl ad featuring Clint Eastwood. And the talk show titan didn’t like what he heard.

I think he got scammed. I think he got roped into doing something he thought was patriotic and ended up being played. I do,” the conservative radio host said on his show on Tuesday. “I’m just going to give him the benefit of the doubt and suggest he got suckered into this.”

Limbaugh … said “all of this talk of ‘working together'” is something people say when Democrats are “about to get shellacked.”


“When the Democrats are about to get creamed, when the Democrats are on the ropes, ‘Time-out! Time-out, time-out! We’ve got to stop the criticism. We’ve got to stop all the partisanship. Time-out, time-out! We’ve got to all start working together,'” he said, according to a transcript of his show. “Of course that means, ‘Republicans need to shut up. Conservatives need to shut up. Stop being critical! We’ve got to all come together now.’


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