July 28, 2015 5:00 pm -


In his quest to prove there was a huge rally at Times Square to protest the Iran nuclear deal, Rush Limbaugh posted a picture of a Trayvon Martin protest.

Limbaugh was so frustrated that he couldn’t find any photos from last week’s anti-Iran deal protest in Times Square that he decided to post his own on Facebook…

The same day Limbaugh posted the image on Facebook, he decried the lack of media coverage of the Iran deal protest on his radio show. “I’ve not seen any footage of the massive protest in Times Square against the Iranian nuclear deal,” he said. “It’s amazing, the supposedly massive protest in Times Square, thousands and thousands of people in Times Square.”

Later, he announced, “I finally found a picture of the anti-nuclear deal protest in Times Square,” holding it up on the screen for his streaming video viewers. “This was last night an anti-Obama-Iran nuke deal rally in Times Square,” he added. “We will also put this up so you’ll be able to have a better shot of it, digital shot of it if you want to be able to spread it around to people. Because honestly, we haven’t seen any video.”



D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.