RUSH: Get this. This just cleared The Politico wire. "FBI agents visited the offices of the conservative Weekly Standard magazine yesterday after a shooting at the Holocaust Memorial Museum and told employees they'd found the magazine's address." The Weekly Standard, a conservative magazine, may have been one of the shooter's targets. You know why? Because the Weekly Standard is edited by "neocons," Jewish people who are big on US foreign policy and defense of Israel. Leftist-type conspiracy theories. This guy may have been targeting a conservative publication. "A senior Standard staffer confirmed the visit but declined to discuss it in detail. An FBI spokeswoman, Katherine Schweit, also declined to comment on the investigation. Two other sources said two FBI agents arrived shortly after 5:00 p.m. Thursday at the 17th Street offices of the magazine. They told staffers that they had found the address of the magazine on a piece of paper associated with the shooter, James von Brunn, and asked whether the Standard had received any threats. The magazine is about a mile north of the Holocaust Museum, and there's no other indication that von Brunn had targeted it," but he did have their address. Soooo, quite interesting out there, isn't it?
RUSH: All right, stand by on these President Obama sound bites I just got, 27, 28, and 29. Let's retie the knot here on the shooting at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC. A hater, a nutcase who hates neocons -- i.e., Jews -- this von Brunn guy, attacks the Holocaust Museum and has in his possession the address of the Weekly Standard, a publication that is run by neocons, a term invented by liberals as a code word to describe Jews who run American foreign policy for the express defense of Israel. So this hater of neocons, hater of conservative Jews, von Brunn, attacks the Holocaust Museum. There is another guy who hates neocons. His name is Chris Matthews. And he works at MSNBC, which is a network of endless hate. They spit it out 24/7 on that network. So another guy who hates the neocons, Chris Matthews, blames it all on me last night. But, of course, all of that's pap, all of that's nothing but a cheap political play that fits a stereotype that bears no resemblance to reality.