Rush Limbaugh Criticized For ‘Straight Shooter' Billboard Near Arizona Shooting
Rush Limbaugh is facing harsh criticism for a billboard in Tucson, Arizona near the site of Saturday's fatal shooting.
The billboard, which has been in place for months, says “Rush Limbaugh: Straight Shooter” and appears to be riddled with bullets.
A photo of the billboard went viral Thursday and has since sparked outrage and cries for it to be taken down.
On Saturday, Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others were injured at a meet-and-greet event at Tucson.
Six people died including 9-year-old Christina Green who was memorialized by The President Wednesday.
Congresswoman Giffords survived a gunshot wound to the head and is said to have opened her eyes for the first time yesterday.