Latest Mostly False Fact-checks on Rush Limbaugh Rush Limbaugh stated on May 17, 2017 in an episode of the "Rush Limbaugh Show": "What Trump is alleged to have done is actually no different than what Barack Obama did in April last year when he made it known that he didn’t want Hillary prosecuted." Rush Limbaugh stated on April 23, 2015 in a monologue on his radio show: "Eighty-five percent of every dollar donated to the Clinton Foundation ended up either with the Clintons or with their staff to pay for travel, salaries, and benefits. Fifteen cents of every dollar actually went to some charitable beneficiary." Rush Limbaugh stated on February 2, 2015 in his radio commentary: "A married couple that" use the same last name "is rarer and rarer in our country." Rush Limbaugh stated on October 30, 2013 in comments on his radio show: "If your plan is the result of collective bargaining, no subsequent changes by anybody -- insurance companies, Obamacare -- can force your grandfathered policy to change." Rush Limbaugh stated on June 6, 2013 in his radio show: "One person, Kathleen Sebelius, was going to determine whether or not" 10-year-old lung patient Sarah Murnaghan would live or die. Rush Limbaugh stated on January 29, 2013 in a radio interview: Research shows that "a vast majority of arriving immigrants today come here because they believe that government is the source of prosperity, and that's what they support." Rush Limbaugh stated on May 18, 2011 in his radio program.: Says Rick Perry is "the guy that tracked" down Democratic legislators who fled Texas in 2003. Rush Limbaugh stated on August 28, 2009 in his radio program: The government is "going to have the right to get into your bank account with the health care bill and make transfers without you knowing it." Rush Limbaugh stated on June 29, 2009 in his radio show: On the day the House voted on the climate change bill, "there was not even a copy of the bill in the well of the House, which is standard. It wasn't even written." Rush Limbaugh stated on May 26, 2009 in his radio program: Sotomayor "ruled against the white firefighter — Ricci and other white firefighters — just on the basis that she thought women and minorities should be given a preference because of their skin color and because of the history of discrimination in the past. The law was totally disregarded."