Radio Host Rush Limbaugh Comes Out in Defense of Donovan McNabb

Donovan McNabb has an apparent defender after the Redskins QB was the subject of criticism from boxer Bernard Hopkins last week. Conservative pundit Rush Limbaugh has come out in support of McNabb, who Hopkins essentially said wasn’t black enough. Limbaugh touched on Hopkins’ personal attack on his radio show on Friday.

Here are excerpts from Limbaugh’s comments:

“This is just the latest in what has been a long line of attacks on Donovan McNabb from black individuals and organizations. There’s a black preacher in Philadelphia that dumped all over McNabb for not being black enough. … Now this guy, Bernard Hopkins, says McNabb’s not black enough — and you know what the argument is? Here’s what it is. They have accused — and I can’t use the term. It’s a purely totally unacceptable term, but they refer to McNabb by using the N-word, and they say he’s a sellout; that McNabb befriends the white power brokers of the Eagles. When he was with the Eagles and now he’s with the Redskins, they say that he’s not down for the struggle with the players; that he ingratiates himself with the powers that be. They also, this guy Bernard Hopkins, got mad at McNabb’s parents for raising him in an unconventional way, meaning not the traditional ‘hood way — and in the final line here, “He got a suntan, that’s all.” He’s not really black. … Yeah, and didn’t pull off being “one of the brothers,” apparently. That’s what all this means. He didn’t succeed in being one of the brothers.”

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