RUSH: This riot was planned. It was gonna happen no matter what. How bad it was gonna be was the only thing unknown.
RUSH: This riot was planned. It was gonna happen no matter what. How bad it was gonna be was the only thing unknown.
RUSH: He admitted, he told this crowd in Chicago that Americans have no right to oppose immigration. Americans have no right to favor Americans. He said the only group of people who could legitimately be mad or upset about anything to do with immigration, Native Americans. They, the original owners, occupiers of this country, they and only they, are permitted, allowed, have the right to feel ticked off over immigration.
RUSH: This is little glimpse here into the minds of our indoctrinated youth. You know, it used to be said that a conservative is a liberal who's been mugged. Now, if you want to mug a liberal, you go right ahead because the correct reaction is love for the mugger, understanding of the economic plight of the mugger.
RUSH: Obama could have gone on TV at eight o'clock Monday night. He could have asked for television time Monday night, before this event began, and he could have defended the American system of justice. He could have explained the grand jury system to people who obviously don't understand it. He could have talked about proper, civilized behavior. He could have talked about civilization as it relates to the rule of law.
RUSH: If you would like to donate to Natalie Dubose, it's GoFundMe.com/NataliesCakesNMore. Now, what's happening here, it's up to $101,000 right now, and there are a lot of Tea Party sites that are promoting fundraising for her -- you know, these evil racist Republicans? Yeah. Yeah, Tea Party types.
RUSH: It's a tradition to tell the truth about Thanksgiving on this program, and I did it first in a book called See, I Told You So. "Chapter 6: Dead White Guys, or What the History Books Never Told You, the True Story of Thanksgiving." We expanded on it and made a whole book out of it, not just a chapter, for the children in the first Rush Revere book, Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims. They had The True Story of Thanksgiving in there plus a bunch of other things about the Pilgrims, and then came Rush Revere and the First Patriots, and Rush Revere and the American Revolution.
RUSH: All I know is that if I were African-American and I, for 50 years, have been drinking the Kool-Aid -- and I've been loyal and I've been voting for the guys 'cause they care about me and they understand me and they understand that the other guys are racist pigs and want to hold me back and so forth -- and then nothing changes, I'd be mad, too.
RUSH: The police officer was not indicted, and the president let it be known last night that if some people don't think justice was done, he understands. If some people are deeply upset, and they don't think justice happened last night, or the last two months, then he understands 'em being upset. I think the president missed a golden opportunity. I can't tell you how many golden opportunities this man has missed.
RUSH: If there had been a big police presence on West Florissant, then the agitators would have said, "See? Look, you bring all these white cops in here, and you're just provoking us. This is our neighborhood." Okay, so the cops stay away because they don't want to be provocative, they don't want to provoke, they don't want to get in the way, and then they say, "Where were you? You weren't out here protecting. Ferguson burned, and you weren't here. You let it."
RUSH: When you have a free moment, head on over to our Facebook page. It's Facebook.com/RushRevere. You can't miss it. It's just a little special unveiling. You can see what is on tap and may -- not may, is -- coming next.
RUSH: Al is at the peak here. He's funny. He's happy. He's a great citizen. He's reliable, trustworthy, but the point is he's written a book. People have been after him to do this for years and he's always resisted. He's not the story, doesn't want to become the story. He does not take advantage of all of this airtime he's had.
RUSH: And if you can honestly answer that question, "Who benefits?" that will open a lot of doors of understanding.
CALLER: Any time you step up to a police officer, the police officer has the ultimate power and authority. First of all, he did not respect authority, and we saw that in the video where he took things that didn't belong to him from the store.
RUSH: I was thinking, you know, have you seen the PSA with all the players, NFL players telling us "no more," there's not going to be any more sexual abuse? No more. We're gonna shut it down. How about Cosby and Clinton cut a PSA like that? Isn't it about time? "No more 'Bills will be Bills.'" No longer will fame and power be excused. No longer is being a Democrat an excuse.
RUSH: How about Odell Beckham Jr.? Did you see that catch last night? That is just simply phenomenal. These people that have that kind of ability are just incomparable.
RUSH: So it's patently obvious and abundantly clear what's going on here, and, if Saturday Night Live is a legitimate comedy show, the next time they're up, they will do a bit on the Washington Post fact-checking them.
RUSH: I'm just warning you, whoever the next Republican president is, is going to face a media that is even more intensely pro-Obama than they are now, because what's gonna happen after Obama leaves, what's happening now, is the building of a legacy. Obama is gonna start building his legacy, and the legacy is gonna be only the last two years of the Regime, not whatever came before, 'cause that's a disaster. And, then after that legacy is built, it's gonna be phony baloney, plastic banana, good-time rock 'n' roll, but it's gonna be a legacy.
RUSH: Their names are Brandon Baldwin, also known as Brandon Mohammed Sahib Skyhook, and Olajuwon Davis, also known as Olajuwon Ali, and Olajuwon Brother Ali. CBS did not include those names. I wonder why? I mean, CBS identifies people in their news stories, why would they leave that out?
RUSH: Not only did Rudy Giuliani jump in with both feet yesterday on Meet the Press, he upped the ante on Fox & Friends this morning, and we have the audio sound bite of that. He was on with Michael Eric Dyson.
RUSH: USA Today has a story that actually ran over the weekend or maybe Friday. I'm not sure of the day. The headline of the story: "Four Words That Could Deep-Six Obamacare." Now, I don't want to get anybody's hopes up...
RUSH: I mentioned earlier that John Lewis, congressman from Georgia who was beat upside the head down in Selma back in 1964, his career was launched because of Selma, and he has been very vocal about what's going on in Ferguson and calling it the second coming of Selma.
RUSH: I think with this move, this executive amnesty, the Southern border is gonna now be flooded with even more and more people, and the message is: "Come here, get here, and eventually you are going to legal, or you'll be granted permission to say. They won't deport you!"
RUSH: It was hard to tell last night just whose leader Barack Obama is. I mean, I'm watching this, it's surreal, and it's almost like a dream. Was Barack Obama speaking as president of the United States or was he speaking as the victorious leader of a foreign invasion?
RUSH: The crease in Obama's slacks is simply not enough to hold the alliance. He's lost David Brooks. I mean, this is a seminal moment.
RUSH: I think Obama is taking note of how little anger, protest, opposition there really is. I mean, it might be in the polls, but Obama is taking the measure right now of how much more of this he can do in the next two years with as little opposition as he thinks he's gonna get. I guarantee you he's only just begun here.
RUSH: A bunch of PSAs: "No more. Don't do it. We gotta stick together, hang together. No violence, peace," whatever. And I sit here in amazement. Do the people that conceive these things really think they're gonna work or is it just an exercise in showing how much somebody claims to care?
RUSH: There is widespread opposition to what Obama did and for some reason the Republican Party doesn't want to hook up with it. And the bafflement continues.
RUSH: I don't often specifically urge you to do something, but I really want you to go visit a website of mine. It's the Rush Revere Facebook page.
RUSH: They are beside themselves with rage. "How dare they! How dare any company investigate us? We're just journalists. It doesn't matter what we've done or haven't done. That doesn't affect our reporting of this story! This is intimidation. This is harassment!" Journalists across the spectrum -- news journalists, sports journalists, tech journalists, bloggers -- are all writing about just how awful Uber is, how outrageous it is that anybody at Uber would even think of this.
RUSH: We want everybody like you who wants to come here to come here and do so in a legal way. Everybody is more than happy to deal with the unfortunate circumstances of your reality, but we have got to shut down the border first and stop the influx! If we don't do that, we're gonna be flooded and we're not gonna be able to handle assimilation.
RUSH: I say, "Look I'm ready to throw in the towel. You know what? I can see the numbers, and I can see, Senator Schumer, that you've got 'em. So you know what I'll do? I will submit, I'll agree the Republicans put together a bill that gives you everything you want. The only thing that I think is fair and that I want is that these newly legalized illegal aliens cannot vote for 20 years." And if there is even a syllable of opposition to that, then we would expose the Democrats for what they really are.
RUSH: There are a lot of groups not happy with what Obama did last night, and it just amazes me. It really does. These groups are unhappy because Obama didn't do what they expected, which obviously means Obama has been lying to some of these people in these private meetings with them.
RUSH: Rodney, I agree with you one hundred percent. The one thing the Republican Party's not doing is articulating the kind of philosophy or belief system that you just described. Conservatism, call it what you will, the Republican Party's not talking to anybody that way, much less minorities.
RUSH: Everybody knows that what is going to happen tonight is unconstitutional. It is like we're gonna put the Constitution up on a wall and Obama is gonna start shooting a BB gun at it and we're all gonna tune in at eight o'clock and watch it. And then we're gonna talk about what we saw later on tonight and tomorrow. Meanwhile, tomorrow the Constitution is still gonna have some BB holes in it.
RUSH: It used to be that elections stopped out-of-control parties and out-of-control politicians. They got the message. The Democrat Party doesn't care. Obama on down, they don't care what the electorate thinks, what the electorate does, as evidenced by what is going to happen tonight. They don't care. And, until such time as somebody decides a way to stop them, this is gonna keep on happening.
RUSH: There is no way in hell that giving people who are here illegally work permits fits under the rubric of prosecutorial discretion. It has nothing to do with it and he cannot do it. But he's going to.
RUSH: I maintain this guy knows better. He is just being a good political foot soldier. But when the Constitution is involved, this being a good foot soldier ought not count for anything. The Constitution ought to be inviolate.
RUSH: Folks, all of this is surreal to me. We're counting down the hours and minutes to where, in front of our very eyes, the Constitution's gonna be blown full of holes.
RUSH: Frankly, I think legacy is the last thing on his mind here. I don't think that's where Obama's ego goes.
RUSH: I don't know of any support Bill Cosby is getting in these latest allegations of rape from anybody, much less in the conservative community.
RUSH: It sounds exactly like something a Republican consultant would say, "Now, look, don't get mad here. The Hispanics are gonna see it; they're not gonna like it. It's gonna destroy every effort we're making of building a bridge to the Hispanic community. Don't get mad at Obama. Remember, you were elected to come here and work with Obama."