Rush Limbaugh Explains If He Feels VINDICATED For Being Forced Out Of NFL

RUSH: Here’s Pat in Houston.  You’re next.  Great to have you with us.  Hi.

CALLER:  Rush, thank you for taking my call.  It’s an absolute honor to speak with you, sir.

RUSH:  Appreciate that, sir.  Thank you.

CALLER:  My question for you today is on the NFL.  And since you’re such a huge fan of the league, given the ongoing issues, the concussions, the protests, Deflategate, that sort of thing, do you feel vindicated for being forced to drop your bid for the Rams and not be an owner in the league in 2016?

RUSH:  That’s a great, great question.  I don’t know about vindicated, but oftentimes I have subscribed to the belief that things happen for a reason. And I think that whole Rams episode might be, given everything that’s happened since, not just with the Rams, but what’s going on within the league, yeah, it probably was a good thing, the way it turned out.

But then again, you know, I don’t want to get into karma or any of that. It happened the way it did, and at the time I was profoundly disappointed. And I knew exactly why it had happened, and I knew where this whole thing came from.  It came from the people that were overseeing managing the sale of the Rams, the investment bank that was dealing with it, a bunch of leftists that work at that place.  But, yeah, I have no regrets about it now.  I mean, if that answers your question.



RUSH WAS RIGHT!: People Are Now Demoing That The “NFL Can Be Easily TURNED OFF!”

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