A writer working on the unauthorized biography of conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh has released a very important piece of information that may explain the idiotic statements that Limbaugh often makes on his daily radio show. Recent comments Limbaugh made about Japanese refugees are coming under fire, which led the author to leak the information in the biography prematurely.
"He's a numbskull, literally," claims Clark Parsons, a writer known for his work on several unauthorized biographies of various controversial personalities. According to early medical records Parsons has uncovered on Limbaugh's birth in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Parsons says that Limbaugh was dropped on his head as the doctor was slapping him on his backside.
The medical record on the incident states that there were no outward signs of trauma. This led Parsons to dig further into exactly why Limbaugh is the way he is today. According to a medical doctor that Parsons regularly consults with on these type matters, Limbaugh's early injury mixed with heavy drug use as an adult has altered Limbaugh's perception of right and wrong. "It was a combination one-two punch and as a result, Limbaugh's reasoning is undeniably damaged," said Parsons.
Upon reading Parson's explanation for [Limbaugh's] imbecilic rants, Limbaugh made the following statement on his radio show: "See folks? I have a valid reason for being a big jerk. Hate the condition. Don't hate me."
While the book won't be released until sometime in April, early indications are that once everything is revealed about Limbaugh, even his most ardent fans may have a hard time defending him. If so, many are predicting that this may finally be the end of Limbaugh's career.