He calls the NOW organization the “NAGs,” and, now, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh has launched a Facebook page dedicated to millions of conservative women he says are oppressed by the media's double standard that favors outspoken liberals.
Limbaugh invites "the millions of conservative women who know what they believe in: family, American values and not being told by faux feminist groups how to think," to join the Facebook page where women can unabashedly voice their views on all topics, according to a Yahoo Cutline story.
The Facebook page titled, "Rush Babes for America," is part of an effort to counter the National Organization for Women's long-running “campaign against him.”
"I've been tired for a long time of these faux female groups, which are really nothing but groups of liberals," Limbaugh said Tuesday on his radio show.
"The National Organization for Women is not a female organization. It's a liberal organization disguised as a group that's interested in the rights of women. These groups, they happen to have 'woman' or 'women' in their names, and they're claiming to represent all women. And in reality, they represent a tiny number of highly-agitated activist types. They're basically miserable and unhappy women, for whatever reason," said Limbaugh on Tuesday.
Limbaugh says the Facebook group will be a "means of contrast" to what he calls the "NAGs," or "National Organization of Gals." So far, "Rush Babes for America" has more than 22,000 "likes."
Limbaugh says the page will provide a forum where issues that conservative women care about can be discussed. The popular talk show host has railed against what he calls the media's double standard when it comes to outspoken liberals for decades.
Rush Limbaugh's newly launched Facebook page is approached 35,000 likes within 24 hours.