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Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh says “it’s over” for the Democratic presidential frontrunner, Joe Biden, to ABC’s “Good Morning America” showed a report on Hunter Biden’s foreign business.
“This is it, people. If ABC News [Hunter Biden]… it’s over. Someone in the Democrat-media complex has decided to take that it’s time to [Biden],” Limbaugh said in his radio show on Thursday.
Biden faced a test in April for his comments in relation to Ukraine, including the boast that he is put under pressure, the country has to fire his top Prosecutor, the leads happen to have a corruption investigation of a natural gas company that his son Biden Hunter.
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The Renaissance of Biden’s questionable role in relation to the Ukraine and his son the day after he was criticized by his Democratic primary rivals for the appeal, on its ability to do decades ago to work with two of the racial segregation southern senators to “things.”
Limbaugh does not look like a coincidence.
“Somebody’s decided it’s time to [Biden]. I’m not makin’ this. You could have done, said to this story every time,” Limbaugh. “But the seem to be a thing that is not allow a thing, the Democrat y ever anyone in it, to understand self, or respectful, or friendly with people they claim are racist, sexist, bigots, homophobes, and what have you.”
Limbaugh added, “This is how the Drive-By media do you get when you decide you are gonna get you. This does not happen to Democrats, folks.”
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The radio presenter believes that the media is determined, to determine who will be the democratic candidate.
“The Drive-By media is going to determine who the democratic party is nominated. You go to the vet, you’re gonna make it yourself, you are gonna be, who is worthy and beat can is trump and who is not worthy, and who can beat trump. This is a louder, a sure sign of him,” Limbaugh said.
Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn, and Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.