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Lesbian farmers are taking over the country, if you believe Rush Limbaugh

Melanie Wong | Aug 25, 201610:28 AM     11

"...After eight years under Obama and eight more under Clinton, there are hardly any straight white male farmers left. They’ve all moved on to other professions — Birkenstock cobbling, softball coaching, drilling those dimples in golf balls. These are the industries pre-ordained by our lesbian agricultural overlords.

First, they came for farming. Fishing? The lesbians took that, too. Men got to keep hunting, but they’re forced to plant a row of organic kale every time they kill an animal.

Welcome to Rush Limbaugh’s lesbian farmer fever dream..."

Lesbian farmers are taking over the country, if you believe Rush Limbaugh

The frothy-mouthed radio personality painted a dystopian picture of our agricultural future on his show last week. (Actually, it sounds OK.)

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