On Tuesday, professional hater Rush Limbaugh interviewed a husband and wife who were risking all in defying a “gag order” issued by their church, helping Rush get the word out about Obama’s invasion of children who are bringing with them pestilence and disease.
Ann and her husband Eddie, a retired doctor from San Bernardino, California told him that their Catholic church had called an emergency meeting on Tuesday to ask parishioners to open their homes to the undocumented children coming in from Central America. Ann attempted to make this request sound somehow sinister.
Ann and Eddie are upset because the government contacted her local diocese on Monday to ask if the church could assist in temporarily housing these children while they await a deportation hearing. Apparently they are appalled that their church would consider taking on this charitable task. Ann told Rush how her parish priest had assured them anyone who participated and opened their home would be reimbursed for any out of pocket expenditures, but that they were not to talk to anyone about it, “especially the media.”
Eddie, being a doctor, is concerned for much more frightening reasons:
“I’m very concerned about the healthcare crisis that we’re facing and these illegal aliens that are coming into the United States, and doctors are being asked not to talk to the media and gag ordered both doctors and nurses, and we’ve got a big problem because there are a lot of diseases that can come through this border bringing all kinds of stuff.”
Rush, in a blatant attempt to dehumanize these innocent children, interrupted him to note that he had heard “in some cases the lice are so bad you can see them crawling down the faces of some kids.”
“Yeah, the lice won’t kill ya, but Ebola will and so will Gonorrhea and there’s Syphilis and AIDS and Hepatitis and diphtheria, polio and meningitis.”
As a doctor Eddie should know that Ebola is found in Africa, not Central America and that young children are not major carriers of venereal disease.
You can hear the entire conversation below.