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Rush Limbaugh Wants to Know Who Sent in Charlottesville Counter-Protesters

After the violent eruption at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend, radio host Rush Limbaugh wants to know who was responsible for sending in counter-protesters who clashed with white supremacists.

During his show Monday, Limbaugh said leftists demanding President Donald Trump denounce white nationalist groups are trying to tie the president to those racist groups.

“Who were the organizers (of the counter-protesters)? Who funded them? Nothing would surprise me with the antifa. I want to know,” Limbaugh said.

Limbaugh called for an investigation of who supported and organized the counter-protesters who clashed with white supremacists at the rally Saturday.

Dubbing it an “operation,” Limbaugh referenced paid agitators who appeared at several of then-candidate Trump’s rallies during the 2016 presidential election.

“They were trained by a guy named Robert Creamer who is married to a Democrat member of Congress,” he said.

“This is about violence between two hate groups with no association with Donald Trump or the Republican Party, but the media is doing everything it can to associate the Nazis and the skinheads and the white supremacists with not just Trump but the Republican Party,” Limbaugh said.

“That’s why the Republican Party, everybody in it ran to the microphones and condemned it. They did everything, because they know that if they don’t go out and say that, the drive-bys (mainstream media) and everybody else on the left are gonna do everything they can to associate this with the Republican Party,” Limbaugh said.

Limbaugh said both “reactionary fringe groups” – neo-Nazis and antifa – are actually extreme left-wing groups that aren’t associated with the Republican Party.

“The fact remains that on the line of ideological trace, both of these groups are extreme leftists,” he said. “The Nazis were not on the right of anything, and white supremacists are not on the right of anything. All of these groups are to the left of center. But the Republican Party knows that they had to come out and condemn this or else.”

Limbaugh said the media will compare the events in Charlottesville to other violent events in the U.S. and use them to blame Trump.

“Charlottesville is Ferguson. Charlottesville is Baltimore. It’s going to be used as an excuse for the media to smear their political enemies. Trump first, conservatives second, Republicans third. But this incident has nothing to do with Trump, it has nothing to do with the Republican Party, and it has nothing to do with conservatism,” Limbaugh said.

“What it does have to do with is a minority of sick people drawn to sick fringe groups. White supremacists and the Nazis and the extremist far-left antifa deserve each other. They’re bound by hate. They’re both bound by racism, yet pretend they have nothing in common. By all means investigate what happened in Charlottesville,” Limbaugh said.

Trump denounced all hate groups Monday during a brief announcement at the White House, after a tepid initial response the Charlottesville incident.

“Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans,” Trump said.