Limbaugh: Condoleezza Rice gets the boot, students pay for Nancy Pelosi

By Neal McNamara | May 8, 2014
Condoleezza Rice

According to the latest reports, it took just 50 malcontents at Rutgers University in New Jersey to stop Dr. Condoleezza Rice, a moderate Republican, from giving this year’s commencement speech.

So, how many protesters would it take to stop left wing San Francisco U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi from speaking at Berkeley? At least 20,000, but probably many more.

Host Rush Limbaugh compared the ridiculousness of Condoleezza Rice’s expulsion from Rutgers while Pelosi is welcomed with open arms at Berkeley.

Plus, Limbaugh revealed that students at Berkeley would have to pay $10 a pop to watch Pelosi speak. Apparently, a Berkeley representative said that the fee is to cover the cost of commencement.

“So is Pelosi charging Berkeley so much they have to find a way to recoup the expense?” Limbaugh asked.

Limbaugh admitted that he doesn’t know word for word what Pelosi is going to say, but he can guess.

“I know the points she’s going to make. A, it’s going to be about her, but disguised as being about students. It’s going to be a warning to the students to not be talked out of global warming and to make sure that they support Obamacare. It’ll be how bad the Koch brothers are. It’ll have every element of the Democratic agenda in it disguised as guidance for the students as they head into the world to save it,” Limbaugh said.

Appearing on Fox News, Emily Tisch Sussman, from the liberal Center for American Progress, said that Rutgers saw “one of the largest protests of the students on campus that they’ve ever had on any issue,” which is why Condoleeza Rice ultimately withdrew.

America’s Newsroom host Bill Hemmer responded, “The numbers I have are like 45,000 undergrads, and like 50 students involved in this. Emily, I mean, is that Rutgers’ largest?”

“Fifty people put the fear of God into 45,000?” Limbaugh said.

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