Friday, May 11, 2012

Rush Limbaugh Insinuates Shepard Smith Is Gay

Following the president's announcement on Wednesday coming out in support of gay marriage, Fox News host Shepard Smith said that the president was on the "right side of the 21st century." He then asked fellow Fox News employee Bret Baier if the GOP would campaign against same-sex marriage "while sitting very firmly, without much question, on the wrong side of history on it."

These comments apparently caught the attention of conservative blowhard Rush Limbaugh, causing Limbaugh to attack Smith for his comments, and by doing so seemingly attacked Smith's sexuality and insinuated he was gay.

"Shep, where has the issue won?" Limbaugh asked. "Where has the issue been victorious, Shep, outside your house? Where has the issue won an election? What state? Tell me where it's happened."

Limbaugh was obviously making the claim that Smith is a closeted homosexual.  How's that for civil discourse?


  1. He was being truthful. Smith IS gay---so what? Are you homophobic or something?

  2. Can't tell if you are being sarcastic or something. As far as I know, Shepard Smith has never addressed his sexuality so any insinuation of him being gay is nothing but a rumor.

    Either way, Limbaugh's comments were not being "truthful." They were being hateful.


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