Rush Limbaugh worries Cleveland kidnap victims might get welfare

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OMG. Seriously?

Sadly, yes. Seriously.

Check out the video of Rush Limbaugh finding that ever elusive connection between the Cleveland kidnapping victims and President Obama.

From MSNBC:

Turns out a certain episode of the CBS series Hawaii Five-O got Rush Limbaugh thinking about a political spin to the Cleveland kidnappings. What if the suspects carried out the kidnappings in order to qualify for welfare benefits and tax exemptions, as was the case in the television show?

“Now I don’t know what happened in Cleveland, but I couldn’t help but make the connection,” Limbaugh explained.

“Three brothers, but not related the three women, have been arrested in Cleveland,” he continued before dropping the possibility that they voted for President Obama. The city, he pointed out, voted for Obama.

Limbaugh admits that he doesn’t have the facts on the case before launching into the explanation that the abductions are somehow related to welfare benefits and sarcastically suggesting that the suspects are likely Obama voters. He pointed out one of the victim’s had a baby.

 “Double welfare benefits if one of the women has a baby,” Limbaugh declared.