Limbaugh's Snerdly: 'For Most of Black People,' 'Good Ol' Days' Were Under Segregation

Limbaugh's Snerdly: 'For Most of Black People,' 'Good Ol' Days' Were Under Segregation

In an interview with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas, Rush Limbaugh call screener James Golden, known as Bo Snerdly to regular Limbaugh listeners, discussed the plight of the black community.

Golden suggested that for “most of black people,” thing were better under segregation.

“Isn’t it a shame that for most of black people, the good ol’ days were the days when things were segregated legally in this country?” Golden said. “That the good o’ days when there were two parent families were the norm in the black community and they were – two parent families were the norm back during segregation days. Howard University was graduating doctors and lawyers that were genuinely qualified not through affirmative action, but hard-working merit by the score. And there was this sense we’re achieving against the odds and we’re going to push and break through – all of this during the good ol’ days of segregation.

Golden blamed liberalism for breaking up that.

“What liberalism has done to black communities is horrific,” he said.

Also during the 30-minutes interview, Golden criticized Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, but advised conservative to not become too focused on their antics. Instead he suggested a focus on building relationships with the black community.

Additionally, Golden discussed AM talk radio and how his boss for 26 years Rush Limbaugh’s was able to save the genre.

(h/t Daily Caller)

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