Limbaugh: Scott Walker Should Say He Quit College Because He ‘Didn’t Want To Be Accused Of Rape’

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Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh offered some unsolicited advice on Thursday to fellow college dropout Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R).

Limbaugh said during his show that if Walker, a potential presidential contender, were to be asked about why he left college, he should respond this way: “I left college because I didn’t want to be accused of rape someday.”

“Now he can’t say that, of course,” Limbaugh continued. “But, I mean, just ram it right down their throats. They’re trying to create this ‘rape culture’ on the campus.”

“It seems like any man that goes to college could randomly be accused of committing rape!” he added.

Listen below, via Media Matters

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