Simply because you're ignorant of something doesn't make that idea go away, Tango.
Actually other sources support what I said, including for example the current wikipedia article on dialect differences between American and British English:
"This phenomenon also partially accounts for the intrusion of /r/ between a word ending in a vowel and one beginning with a vowel (such as "the idear of it") exhibited both in some dialects of Britain and in the Boston accent of American English. Most other American dialects interpose a glottal stop where "r" appears in the Boston example, and appears to perform the same function of separating adjacent (non-diphthongized) vowels."
This comment was edited on Sep 18, 14:48.