RUSH: I happened to catch TV Azteca NFL correspondent Ines Sainz on MessNBC. And the moment she left there she was on Fox. The woman was making the rounds. This is the female reporter at Jets practice where it was reported she is sitting on the sidelines out there at the practice facility waiting to interview Mark Sanchez. And Dennis Thurman, the defensive backs coach, was running a drill for the DBs (the defensive backs), an interception drill. He started throwing passes they were to intercept long, getting very close to Ines so that they would get close to her and maybe run into her. Then it was said that coach Rex Ryan was involved in this, too. We don't know if this is true. This was just what was reported. So there are all kinds of harassment complaints. The owner of the Jets, Woody Johnson, got her on the phone. The NFL's looking into this. So she's making the rounds on TV today, Ines Sainz. She shows up at MSNBC. Tamron Hall said, "What happened out there? You were sending out some tweets and now it's turned into an NFL investigation. What happened in that locker room?"
SAINZ: Well, in the locker room... In the minute I came into the locker room, I... In the minute I saw that all the players are looking at me and es'tart to make like -- like jokes and everything. So what I decide in this (unintelligible) moment is not to pay attention and go direct to the Mark locker room, and stay there and wait for him. But --
HALL: What kind of jokes were they making? What were they saying?
SAINZ: Yeah. "Oh, she's here! Look, I want to be Mexican," and something like this. But I don't feel bad in this moment because I say, "Okay, they are guys joking and that's it."
RUSH: All right. Listening to Ines Sainz here it's no big deal. She walked in there; the guys started making jokes. "Hey, I wish I was Mexican." You know... (sigh) We're not supposed to comment on her attire, but I'm sorry. This woman knows how to dress in order to attract attention. Look, it is what it is. The woman... I've seen pictures. You've seen them by now. The woman knows how to dress to attract attention. She wants to stand out! If you had her assssets, you'd want to stand out, too. (sigh) Frankly... (interruption) Well, I'm not going to say that, Snerdley. Snerdley, you're... (interruption) Yeah, but your microphone is not on so whatever you say doesn't count. I'm not going to... (interruption) Will you sit there and just let me have control of this? I'll tell you where it's going in just a second.
My point here is this woman, she knows how to attract attention. That's her job, for crying out loud! If she shows up at red carpet things, she knows how to attract attention for whatever event she's at. She knows how to do it. So she goes to an all-male location, a pro-football practice facility locker room, and they notice her. Big whoop. I mean, there's nothing earth-shattering here. And then they start whooping it around, "Oh, I wish I were Mexican." They try to arrange practice so they end up getting closer for a closer look. So far, this is normal, but listen to the next bite here. Tamron Hall says, "You didn't feel harassed?" Because Ines Sainz says (doing impression), "No, I didn't feel bad in this moment because, as I say, I was looking at the Mark locker. I was looking for Mark and his locker room, and these guys are just joking and that's it," and Tamron Hall said: Wait a minute! You're not following the script here, babe. "You didn't feel harassed?"
SAINZ: Noooo, I didn't feel harassed -- and then go and wait for Mark, and then, eh, a colleague of mine, a female reporter come with me and say, "I'm so sorry. It's so disgustin' that this things happen. It mustn't happen," and she's very upset. I tried to calm her and say, "Let's pretend nothing happened. I'm focusing on my job."
HALL: There was ANOTHER female reporter --
SAINZ: Yes. I think they --
HALL: -- who said that she was DISGUSTED by the way the players were talking to you?
SAINZ: Yes, because she is hearing what they are talking about. She's closer for the -- the -- the players, and I was all in the locker so she's the main witness of everything.
RUSH: All right. Now, I mentioned early here that I saw this woman on TV, and my first reaction -- I'm sorry, here -- is she's an order of fries short of a Happy Meal. You see what happens? So this woman walks in there, she knows full well what's going to happen. I mean women know this. She knew it. She knew what was going to happen. So it happened, and then another female reporter said, "Ines, why, you ought to be offended at what just happened! Why, Ines, did you hear what just happened? Ines! You need to do something about this, Ines." My question is: What did that reporter look like? So that other reporter lit the fire, so to speak, under Ines Sainz similar to the fire she had already lit in the locker room. So she was... (laughing) You know, this... I can't win.
Offering in-depth, on-the-spot analysis of this, you can't win no matter what I do. This is one of those cases where the truth gets you in big trouble. The truth... (interruption) Well, I know I've never been afraid of the truth but I mean this is... (laughing) Break it down for you, babe? (interruption) Break it down for you, yo? Break it down? Okay, I'll break it down for you. I'll break it down for you. Ines Sainz knows full well what she looks like. She sees it in the mirror. She knows how she looks. Furthermore, whatever else she knows, Ines Sainz knows what she does that attracts men. She knows that she has an ass-et. Depending on what part of the country you're from -- Bubblicious, booty-licious, whatever -- she's got it. She's making no attempt to downplay it or hide it. None whatsoever. Because she wants access for her job.
She wants to interview Mark Sanchez at Mark's locker. Like every other reporter on the face of the earth, she wants access. She works for Azteca TV. She doesn't care to interview Rex Ryan. She wants to talk to Mark Sanchez! Well, he's only the starting quarterback. Everybody wants to talk to Mark Sanchez. He's the starting quarterback. So how does she get access? Well, she is Ines Sainz so Ines Sainz does what I think she's born knowing to do but she's even been trained further. Another woman about whom we are just today learning witnesses the result of Ines trying to get noticed which she succeeded at doing, and the other woman (whose looks we have not been informed of) becomes Ms. Pot-stirrer. "Ines, you can't let that happen!"
(impression) "Well, no, it's no big deeeeal. I hear 'em talking about me. I laughing. They wanted to be Mexican. I go wait in Mark locker room." Mark doesn't have his own locker room. She means locker. If Mark's got his own locker room, that's gonna change after last night. (sigh) So Tamron Hall goes after it. Obviously at NBC they thought they had a big story. They had a big story of sexual harassment. They're gonna get the Jets. They're gonna get Rex Ryan. Now all of a sudden they find out that there's an intermediary here who was responsible for it, because this woman is not making the rounds. (doing impression) "It wasn't any big deal. I wasn't harassed. I was not embarrassed. I was not harassed." She's off-script. She's off-script. (laughing) Anyway, that's it. That's that. (sigh)
And the whole NFL now they're gonna apologize to her. They're going to do an investigation and find out what happened here -- and even if Ines Sainz doesn't want it to go any further it will because now the whole sportswriter community is on it. I mean, if you've read the New York tabloids today, or any websites, they're all on the holier-than-thou case now. "Oh, this is horrible! Oh, this is outrageous. Oh, what a black eye to our profession! Oh this cannot be allowed to continue! Why, why, why, why, this is just Neanderthal! This... We've gotta get to the bottom. We cannot allow a fellow colleague to be harassed," blah, blah, blah. So the positions here have been staked out. Meanwhile, this is the number one item on the NOW gang, the NAGs, website: Celebrate Your Body Month. As far as I can tell, Ines Sainz celebrates her body daily, not just monthly, once a year.
So she's simply doing what the feminazis were suggesting that they do at the NAG page: Celebrating her body. As was the team! The team was celebrating her body. Those members of the team that were involved in this to whatever... We still haven't heard if Mark Sanchez ever showed up at his "locker room" for the interview. Was the whole reason she's in there in the first place. Now if she did get the interview with Mark Sanchez, look what happened to him last night. You remember what Delilah did to Samson. Worst offense! Six first downs? They haven't had a sorrier first down performance in 10, maybe 20 years the Jets. Seventy-four yards! (interruption) The other reporter? Probably a community organizer. (interruption) Now, are we gonna force Ines to put on a burqa? Well, I don't know. Andrea Mitchell is in Iran today reporting and she's wearing a burqa. Andrea Mitchell, NBC News. In the meantime, ladies and gentlemen, we are diligently researching -- haven't found one yet, but we're looking -- for an example of a male reporter in a female athlete locker room for anything that mighta happened, and we can't find one.
RUSH: By the way, I need to make a correction. I've been saying that Ines Sainz is Miss Spain. She's not. I mean whoever reported it had that wrong. She was on Fox today with Jon Scott. After she left Tamron Hall over at MessNBC she went over to Fox and talked to Jon Scott and she said she's not the former Miss Spain. She just has the same name. Different body; same name. They're going to now say I'm racist because I can't tell Mexicans from Spaniards. That will be the story. "Racist Limbaugh Can't Distinguish Mexican from Spaniard, says she's Miss Spain." By the way, Jon Scott, the reporter at Fox News interviewing her as she's explaining all this, said, "You know, those jeans --" puts a picture up of her on the sideline at Jets practice on Saturday, she's wearing these very tight jeans, low cut jeans and a blouse, he said, "You know, those jeans, Ines, they're really tight." (imitating Ines) "Oh, no. Those jeans, Jon, they fit perfect, perfect fit, perfect waist size. I can't help it if jeans fit perfectly." Okay. Knife and fork short of a full place setting, but it didn't matter to the New York Jets, nor to Azteca TV. The real question now is on what show will this woman next appear, Dancing With the Stars, The Bachelorette, America's Got Talent, or maybe CNN will hire her to cohost a show with Eliot Spitzer and get rid of Kathleen Parker. Who knows. Doors of opportunity are now clearly going to be opening up to Ines Sainz of Azteca TV.
RUSH: I got a note here from a friend, one of my golf buddies I was out in Hawaii with. The guy is always talking to me about the Dittocam, you know, "Why don't you do more with the Dittocam?" I said, "Well, I forget the Dittocam is there." You know, quite frankly, I'm not crazy about television. Some days I'm not even glad the Dittocam is there. Some days I'd come in, not shaved, looking like I don't care what, radio show's are to be heard, not scene, blah, blah, blah. Oh, no, no. He sends me a note here: "I know you don't like the Dittocam but watching you do that last segment on Ines was hilarious. You need to watch it." Well, now I'm intrigued. I'm going to watch it 'cause I don't know what I did that was so funny talking about Ines Sainz, the Mexican reporter, Azteca TV, waiting in the locker room to interview Mark Sanchez. It may be the only reporter that now wants to talk to him.
I got another note: "Well, you can't talk about Ines without body language." (laughing) Maybe I was doing something I wasn't aware I was doing talking about Ines Sainz. Now I'm gonna say something very cheesy to some of you, I'm going to say this, I just have to say it 'cause I'm watching everybody go nuts here over Ines Sainz. All these pictures, like I listen to Snerdley and listen to all these other guys making all these catcall comments about Ines Sainz and so forth. And I have to tell you something. It's gonna sound cheesy to some of you, but I literally mean this. Ines Sainz doesn't even move my VU meter. When you are married to the one you think is the most beautiful woman in the world -- (interruption) Snerdley, I'm not sucking up. (laughing) Snerdley is saying, "I've never heard you suck up like that." I'm just telling you the truth. I'm telling you the truth. No, it's not preventive maintenance. Don't start feeding me all this stuff.
Kathryn, nothing even compares. Nothing. I watch all this stuff now with just a smile on my face 'cause I know all these other panting guys with their tongues on the sidewalk are going (panting) and I couldn't care less. Ines Sainz -- (interruption) I saw her. That's what I'm trying to tell you, Snerdley, it didn't move the VU meter. It didn't move the VU meter, and don't knock it if you've never been there. Don't knock it if you don't know what I'm talking about, it's your problem, not mine. Don't accuse me of sucking it up. I don't have to suck up. I don't.