From the April 19 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:
RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): The context, the reason for this taking place is a law in Washington state allowing transgender people to use restrooms and locker rooms of whatever gender they happen to identify with that moment, that day, that month. However it is they decide to present on a given day. So the guy conducting the interviews with the students on the video is named Joseph Backholm, he's Caucasian, for those of you in Rio Linda, he's a white guy, he's about 5'9" and he walks up to these students and says, “what would you say if I told you that I'm a” -- remember what got this going is people who one day, you know, I feel like a woman, I'm going to go to the women's bathroom, and it's a guy. Could be a 25-year-old, 6'4" guy, wants to go into the women's bathroom because he says he feels like woman that day, and nobody's -- who tries to stop this -- anybody who tries to stop this is ridiculed for not being tolerant. And it's all happening under the rubric of the LGBT movement, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender movement. Which exactly I predicted, by the way. Once the gay community accomplished much of their agenda, they had to transfer it somewhere, they can't allow the agenda of the movement to die, so the next group of victims became transgenders. What are we talking about? One tenth of one percent of the population. But now we are having to write law and make adjustments as a society to accommodate that one tenth of one percent of the population. And the reason we're doing it is because nobody will condemn it, nobody will say that it's wrong, nobody has the guts or the -- because, what happens to them when they do? As you can see happening in the state of Georgia, you can see happening in the state of North Carolina, in Indiana, whenever a society, via its elected representatives, attempts to pass legislation, which shouldn't be needed by the way, that does not permit wanton use of opposite sex restrooms just because you feel like it, all hell comes down on you, and it's a very active movement that is very much into intimidation and threats of violence and so forth.