Rush Limbaugh will now evacuate days after questioning legitimacy of Irma

Rush Limbaugh will now evacuate days after questioning legitimacy of Irma

Rush Limbaugh will now evacuate days after questioning legitimacy of Irma

During that same show, Limbaugh went on to pat himself on the back for predicting a slight change in the forecasted course of the hurricane based exclusively on gut instinct, thereby outsmarting the "big data analysts" who failed to call the 2016 election.

But on the show Thursday, Limbaugh said he would be off the air for the next few days.

His Friday program was hosted by Mark Steyn.

Earlier this week, Mr. Limbaugh was critical of mainstream media hurricane hype, saying agenda-driven liberals in the media glom on to hurricanes to work up a drumbeat about human impact on climate change and big-government efforts to reverse or lessen the impacts thereof.

His downplaying of the storm's threat immediately drew the ire of "Today" meteorologist Al Roker. Limbaugh accused the media and retailers of teaming up to create hype profitable for both industries, noting: "The media benefits with the panic with increased eyeballs, and the retailers benefit from the panic with increased sales". "You don't need a hurricane to hit anywhere", Mr Limbaugh said on his show.

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He's now singing a very different tune from Tuesday's show during which he asserted, "There is a desire to advance this climate-change agenda and hurricanes are one of the fastest [ways] to do it". Major population centers is where the major damage will take place and where we can demonstrate that these things are getting bigger and they're getting more frequent and they're getting worse.

He added later: "Another thing I've found, folks, these storms, once they actually hit, are never as strong as they're reported".

Rick Scott isn't apologizing for trying to get people to be concerned about Hurricane Irma.

Their task is made more hard when an influential figure like Limbaugh delivers a contradictory message. That it's fake news.

"Now, in the official meteorological circles, you have an abundance of people who believe that man-made climate change is real". It is not. This is life threatening. "It is not. This is life threatening, it could be devastating, and if anyone tells you otherwise, it is nearly criminal", he said. Residents should review their escape plans, make sure their supply kits are in order and follow any evacuation orders issued by local authorities. But millions of people rely on him for their news and he misled them, with potentially lethal consequences. "They're going to go to their doctor".

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