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Hey Liberals: What Ex-Con Caller Said To Rush Limbaugh Will Blow Your Hair Back!

Meet Jerome, from Traverse City. He’s a guy with a Helluva Story.

Democrats like stories, right? Especially about ex-cons who get their life back on track?

Then they’re going to LOVE this… until they get to the part where he credits Rush Limbaugh.

Conservatives are supposedly ‘evil’, right? That’s the line we’re being given?

Maybe they can explain this story.

A caller into Rush Limbaugh — you know, the Boogeyman that keeps the leftists up at night, who, until Trump became an even bigger lightning rod for their hate — seemed to find his way into nearly every anti-Conservative media hit piece, told one hell of a story.

Anyone from the #Resistance crowd will want to sit down and have their heart pills handy for this one. It’ll blow your hair back.

The caller told Rush that his show literally changed his life. His name is Jerome, from Traverse City Michigan.

Skeptics are saying, yeah, so? As they should. But let’s unpack the guy’s story.

He opened the call with ‘You saved me from a bad place.

Does he have your attention yet?

He was in prison at the time. He was there because he belonged there, breaking into people’s homes and whatnot. While in prison, he fought with a guard and wound up in segregation. No TV privileges.

So he listened to radio, he got bored with the same songs, and flipped over to AM. That’s where he discovered Rush, and started listening to him.

“I started listening about four, four and a half years ago, and it completely changed my shape of view of life. And now I’m out.I’ve got me a good phone, I’ve got me a good job, I’m out of my parents’ house. I’m a 26 year old Millenial, so this is coming from a Millenial and stuff. I’m constantly getting into debates with people on the streets with people who don’t really know what they’re talking about, and trying to teach people what conservatism really is and try to teach people how our government’s really supposed to run

Rush answered that he’s got ‘goosebumps’.

How often do you hear Rush say something like that?

He kept going:

Four years into my sentence, I was still talking about jumping it up from burglaries to armed robberies. And then I heard your show.

Yeah, tell us more about that big bad evil Conservative bugbear.

Trump, Rush, the rest of us Deplorables…

You think the Media (D) might be slinging a little BS about who we really are? Maybe it’s to conceal who THEY really are?

Try telling Jerome that conservatism is evil. It helped him take ownership of his life again, and rejoin society as a changed man.

Tell us, which intersectional blameshifting victimhood liberal ideology will accomplish that in someone’s life?

Conservative values — raad-tested for success.

And those much-touted Liberal values? Have you been to Baltimore or Detroit lately?

But Trump calling sadistic murderers ‘animals’ — that’s a story worth telling, right CNN?

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