Rush Limbaugh gave a hat tip to Newsmax's Steve Malzberg Tuesday when he discussed political commentator Alan Dershowitz's comments on Malzberg's show about the hypocrisy in the media's handling of Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
"Professor Dershowitz was on a television show on Newsmax hosted by our good buddy Steve Malzberg and Dershowitz pointed out the hypocrisy that he hears," Limbaugh said Tuesday on his radio show. "So Malzberg said, 'well would you agree that no difference between [other "terrorists" like Kathy Boudin, Bill Ayres, Angela Davis] and this kid, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev,' and Dershowitz said 'well, they're much worse because they're much better educated.'"
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Limbaugh is convinced there's a media conspiracy in the portrayal of Tsarnaev.
"You notice also that the news media are doing to Dzhokhar what they did to Trayvon Martin," Limbaugh said. "They're regularly showing a photo of Dzhokhar that was taken when he was about 14. Soft, angelic, nice little boy, harmless, cute, big lovable eyes."
Dershowitz appeared as a guest this week on "The Steve Malzberg Show,"
a fusion of real-time information and cutting edge technology. The show features a variety of topics and guests. Malzberg and his "A list" group of opinion makers give listeners the news they need to know with sharp and opinionated commentary.
Recent guests have included Dick Morris, Newt Gingrich, Governor George Pataki, Jackie Mason, legendary sportscaster Len Berman, Donald Trump, Gloria Allred, and Leigh Anne Tuohy (Mother of Baltimore Raven's player Michael Oher).
Steve Malzberg has been a popular broadcasting fixture in the New York metropolitan area for more than three decades, having spent nearly 25 years at radio powerhouse WABC as a sports commentator, political talk show host, and afternoon drive personality.
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