Rush Limbaugh is (or now was) really Jim Morrison



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    This is a repost from June 1, 2017. In light of Rush Limbaugh's passing (at least he lived long enough to see Biden inaugurated), I've gotten a number of hits on this post. And I thought you'd find it amusing. There was a claim in 2017 that Jim Morrison didn't die. He reinvented himself and Rush Limbaugh was in fact the Lizard King. That prompted this essay:
    Yes, this absurd conspiracy is indeed going around the internet. Instead of trying to prove that our US president is guilty of obstruction of justice and helped Russia subvert the national election, people are instead insisting that Doors' front man, Jim Morrison, faked his own death in 1971 and resurfaced as right wing talk show host, Rush Limbaugh.

    I'm not kidding.

    No. Seriously.

    You can look it up.

    Okay, forget that Limbaugh was born in 1951 and Morrison was born in 1943, for this to happen, Morrison would have begun his new life as a top 40 disc jockey in a Pittsburgh suburb. Later, as all rock stars aspire to do, he worked in the promotions department of the Kansas City Royals. Later, of course, using a completely different voice he became the radical talk show host he is today.

    What psychedelic drug turns you into a Reagan conservative?

    What makes this conspiracy so much fun is that there are nimrods out there who actually believe it. There are some bizarre YouTube videos claiming to PROVE this theory. And of course they're all Mad Hatter Productions. But I'm sorry, unless they can show a bill of sale to Rush Limbaugh for size 50 leather pants I ain't buyin' it.

    Now if you want to claim that Donald Trump is really Captain Beefheart, then hey, I'm listenin'.