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‘Bo Snerdley’s Rush Hour’ Details Twitter’s Catturd Backstory

'When you name yourself Catturd, you don’t expect to get more than 10 followers...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) “Catturd,” a famous conservative Twitter user who constantly infuriates leftists, recently joined host James Golden for an exclusive interview.

Golden, the longtime producer for Rush Limbaugh, welcomed Cattturd on the March 30 edition of “Bo Snerdley’s Rush Hour” where they discussed his newfound fame, according to American Wire.

“When you name yourself Catturd, you don’t expect to get more than 10 followers,” Catturd joked, replying to Golden’s question of why he chose the nickname. “You don’t think it’s gonna be a big deal.”

Despite the low expectations, Catturd now has over a million people following him every day.

Tucker Carlson has had you on his program and you are now moving from just being [on] social media. People want to talk to you,” Golden said.

Catturd then mentioned his humble background.

“I’m just a country boy… I live in North Florida and I got a little ranch down here. I’m just an average, ordinary, high school-educated, normal citizen and I just kind of say what I think.”

Then, Golden and Catturd started talking about so-called “climate change” and how leftists made it into their religion.

“In 100 years, they say… the whole earth is gonna be on fire,” he said.

Golden then brought up that California made a plan to outlaw gas vehicles and replace them with electric ones by 2030, not realizing that electric cars would not exist without fossil fuels.

“I like to say that liberals live in a fantasy land, while we have to live in the real world and power actual vehicles,” Catturd said.

“How do they think the electric cars get to the electric car store? Do you think they’re [brought there] on an electric car truck? What are the tires made of — not electricity? They’re made out of fossil fuels.”

After that, they returned to Catturd’s fame and the fact that now he has a horde of imitators.

“It’s really crazy because I do sell a few products just on my website, but there’s probably 100 companies overseas and in [America] that sell Catturd products that aren’t mine,” he said.

“I can’t control it. I can’t sue everybody. There are 13 or 14 fake Catturds on Telegram. There are 15 or 16 fake Catturds on Facebook… It’s almost like a Homer Simpson character now. It is way beyond me.”

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