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It’s been almost a year since the first videos appeared revealing the horrors that go on inside Planned Parenthood abortion mills. And for which the video makers were indicted. On Tuesday, Texas prosecutors abruptly dropped the charges against the two undercover activists who obtained the footage.

RUSH:  I really don't believe that I have ever seen what I just saw.  I've been thinking.  I've been trying to dig deep into the dark crevices of my memory, and I don't think I've ever seen what I just saw.  Donald Trump just hijacked the Democrat convention after the biggest night of that convention so far... He just concluded a freewheeling, no-holds-barred, no-controls-on-the-media, "Whatever you want to ask me, ask me," press conference the day after the supposedly biggest event yet in the Democrat National Convention. He just totally hijacked it, and he was brilliant.  

RUSH: It's amazing.  There is a joint party meltdown going on over Trump's press conference, particularly one tongue-in-cheek comment. One tongue-in-cheek comment, which has served the purpose of refocusing everybody's attention on Hillary's emails, is causing a multiple-party and multiple-movement meltdown, both on cable news and on social media... Listen to this.  This is David Gregory on a roundtable at CNN today, and this... It's as close as I can get playing one sound bite to sum up the conniption fit that is happening out there.

RUSH:  Last night the theme of the Democrat convention, the theme of the Bill Clinton speech -- and there were many in there. But one of the big themes was that Hillary's a change-maker... If you want to talk about change, Donald Trump has done more to change the political landscape and the political dialogue in this country than any of the people on the Democrat National Convention stage the last two nights. 

RUSH: I just don't think anybody really attaches all that much significance to her doing this.  I don't mean there's not a glass ceiling, and I didn't mean to imply that women haven't suffered such discrimination.  I just don't think Hillary can make a claim of it...  I just don't think she's the greatest example of discrimination here. A woman who gets a quarter of a million dollars for a 20-minute speech?

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