×

Rush Limbaugh

For a better experience,
download and use our app!

The Rush Limbaugh Show Main Menu




Listen to it Button

RUSH: The Pam Geller story. You know, it’s amazing to watch this one on TV, too. So I was watching — I forget which it was. It doesn’t matter. One of the networks this morning: Somebody was defending Pam Geller and started talking about, if we’re not careful, Sharia law is gonna happen. And one of the infobabes, I don’t remember who it was, “Come on, this is silly. We’ve gotta stop with this. There isn’t gonna be Sharia law in the United States of America. Just isn’t gonna happen. Come on, get real, it’s silly.” But Sharia law has already been implemented in this country.

Are you aware that in New Jersey a judge found that an Islamic man could not be accused of the rape of his wife? She charged him with rape. A judge in New Jersey found that he could not be charged with it, much less found guilty, because there’s no rape in his religion. Well, hello. That’s Sharia. Now, it’s not Sharia that has become American law, but it’s been implemented. It’s been used.


As I said the other day, I would even go so far as to point out that what happened in Indiana when they had their religious freedom law pass there, remember the outrage that occurred as a result of that? The media is running around going door-to-door looking for a bigot. They found this young woman and her family that owned a pizzeria. The people at the pizzeria had never said anything about whether or not they would cater a gay wedding. It had never come up. But the media goes door-to-door, starts asking, and in response a question, this young woman who thinks that the media is really interested in what she’s saying, doesn’t realize she’s being set up, says, “No, we would not cater a gay wedding. It’s against our religious principle.”

And, bammo, the sewer that is Twitter blew up. Everybody in the country came descending on the state of Indiana. That’s an example of what Sharia would be like. You must conform, you must like, you must agree, you must comport, you must do what we want or else. My only point is 25 years ago a number of us said, “Don’t be foolish. This will never happen in this country.” And here we are 25 years later and the president is going to do executive amnesty. The president’s getting away with violating the Constitution now and then. Nobody does anything about it.

I can remember, it wasn’t that long ago where you throw out a possibility, “Nah-nah-nah, never happen, Congress would never give up that kind of power, would never let that kind of thing happen.” I’m sure there are other instances of this.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This