Rush Limbaugh doesn’t arbitrarily get behind just any right-leaning project.
The radio icon made an exception this week while talking up the new docudrama America, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Ladies and gentlemen, a movie made well can do an incredible job of telling a story, using images and words and music that make you think,” Limbaugh said Tuesday during a passionate segment that was not a paid endorsement.
“Remember the movie It’s a Wonderful Life? Jimmy Stewart’s guardian angel shows him what Bedford Falls would have been like had he not lived … well, the question today is … what would the world be like if there were no America?
The film, from the creative team behind 2016: Obama’s America, defends the country against charges from far-left pundits that the world would likely be a better place without the U.S.
America opens nationwide today.