Rush Limbaugh reacts to arrest of bomber by pushing conspiracy theory that stickers on van don’t appear faded

Limbaugh: “I'm just sharing with you some of the thoughts that I've had,” and “I've processed them. You know, I didn't just blurt these out”

From the October 26 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:

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RUSH LIMBAUGH (HOST): None of the stuff on that van, the stickers and the decals, very little of it looks faded, meaning it doesn't look like it's been there very long. It's certainly -- this guy's van is parked outside, he's been driving around in this thing.

We have inclement weather here in south Florida. There's been some rain, but it's a hot, baking, wet sun -- and even if these stickers are plastered on the insides of the windows, there would be some fading of this stuff.

Now, if you look at the guy's Twitter feed, oh yeah, Cesar Sayoc has a Twitter feed, and the best I've been able to tell, it can trace back to 2016.

This guy sounds like a well educated, straight down the middle conservative. As best I can tell, his twittering, or tweetering dates back to 2016, which is quite timely.

Now, I don't know that any of my thoughts here mean anything, obviously. I'm just sharing with you some of the thoughts that I've had, that I -- and I've processed them.

You know, I just didn't blurt these out when I first started noticing this stuff.


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