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Nobody Will Go Near Rachel Jeantel's Revelation That Trayvon Martin Inflicted a "Whoop Ass" on George Zimmerman Because He Thought Zimmerman was Gay

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RUSH:  Let me go back to Piers Morgan CNN two nights ago.  I keep learning things that Rachel Jeantel said.  I didn't hear the interview.  I just read about it. The audio sound bites that we heard yesterday are all I've heard.  I didn't watch it.  Apparently she said something else that's kind of entertaining.  This is from Breitbart News.  "Prosecution witness Rachel Jeantel, speaking to Piers Morgan on CNN last night, explained that George Zimmerman had misunderstood the beating he was receiving from Trayvon Martin, and so had the jury in his trial.

"Zimmerman was not facing a potentially life-threatening 'bashing,' but simply a 'whoop ass.'" Here's her quote, Rachel Jeantel's quote from Monday night on CNN: "They don't understand, they understand, 'Oh, he would just bash, or was kill.' When somebody bash somebody, like, blood people, trust me, in the area I live, that's not bashing. That's just called 'whoop ass.' You just got your ass whooped. That's what it is."

The point that she was making was that it was Zimmerman's fault for not understanding the cultural context in which he was being attacked.  Now, those are not Rachel Jeantel's words.  She did not say that Zimmerman "didn't understand the cultural context."  What she said was that Zimmerman didn't understand that Trayvon Martin didn't want to kill him. He was just doing a little whoop ass, and Zimmerman overreacted. 

Now, according to this story here at Breitbart, Piers "Morgan tried to save Jeantel's statement by asking her whether [Trayvon] Martin would have 'whooped ass' in self-defense." See... She did so much that's being ignored. Can you believe, by the way, the dramatic revelation on this program that this was not about race at all, that it was actually about homophobia.  Nobody has picked that up, folks.  Nobody.  Nobody wants to go there.

My staff on the other side of the glass yesterday was petrified thinking that I would be destroyed today. When we left yesterday, Snerdley said, "Boy, I can't wait 'til they hear what you said today."  I said, "You mean about the homophobia?"  He said, "Yeah."  Nothing.  Blissful silence.  There hasn't been any reaction to it, Snerdley.  None.  Zilch, zero, nada.  None.  Nobody is talking about it. Nobody wants to get anywhere near it, and it's patently obvious what she said. 

She made it clear, race was not one part of this, it wasn't a minuscule aspect of it.  Rachel Jeantel admitted to Piers Morgan that she was telling Trayvon that this guy could be a rapist.  Well, he's male.  That means he's gay.  So we got homophobia here, not racism, and she said, "Run, Trayvon, run."  And then she said, Trayvon's little brother is at the house.  You don't want the guy following you. 

Well, why?  What's gonna happen if a rapist goes into your house with your little boy in there?  Well, we all know.  So she said, "Trayvon, run, run," and Trayvon didn't run.  Trayvon started beating up on Zimmerman.  But it wasn't because Zimmerman thought he was being racist or any of that.  It was dark, it was raining, and Zimmerman (despite the efforts of the media portray him as a lily white guy) is Hispanic. He's of dark-complexion.  Plus, it was nighttime. 

It wasn't obvious that Zimmerman was some Ku Klux Klan guy running around the neighborhood.  She told Trayvon that it was likely this guy was a rapist, so we've got homophobia.  Nobody is talking about it.  So Trayvon was doing whoop ass on the guy 'cause Trayvon said, "Look, man, don't think I'm not one of you," and that's what she said.  She said Trayvon is not "that way," and if you not "that way," this is uncomfortable. So Trayvon did a little whoop ass. 

Can I say that? 

Trayvon did a little whoop ass on Zimmerman because he thought he was gay.  Now, the point here is that in another part of the interview it was Rachel Jeantel who admitted that it was Trayvon beating up on Zimmerman.  Remember during the trial all of this, "My God, who was on top, and who was on bottom, and, on the 911 call, who was saying, 'Help me! Help me'?"  Well, Rachel -- God bless Rachel -- after telling us that it was a homophobic challenge that Trayvon was facing, now tells Piers Morgan that Trayvon wasn't trying to kill anybody. 

He just doing whoop ass.  So when she said that, when she said that to Piers Morgan said, "Oh, my! Jeez! Oh, my. I'm destroying the whole thing."  So he then said, "Well, now, wait a minute, Rachel.  Could Trayvon have been doing whoop ass in self-defense?"  But the damage was already done.  She had already made Trayvon the aggressor. He was beating up on Zimmerman, doing whoop ass, and it was Zimmerman's fault for not understanding that Trayvon wasn't trying to kill him.

It was just a good old, neighborhood whoop ass.

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RUSH: I must, by the way, credit Drudge because Drudge did run with what I was saying yesterday about interpreting Rachel Jeantel's remarks as being totally absent of racism., and that Zimmerman was perceived as a homosexual, a predator homosexual.  And that's what led to all this.  Rachel Jeantel elsewhere in the interview with Piers Morgan admitted that it was Trayvon "doing whoop ass" on Zimmerman. 

That was a huge thing in the trial.  They brought voice experts in.  They brought all kinds of experts in to analyze the 911 tape, trying to figure out who was shouting for help, who was on top, who was on bottom, who was the aggressor.  Rachel Jeantel told them. It's just nobody really understood what she was saying -- and, of course, that's everybody else's fault.  In fact it was Zimmerman's fault for not understanding that Trayvon didn't want to kill him. He was just doing a little whoop ass. 

But why was Trayvon doing whoop ass?  Because he thought Zimmerman was gay. He thought Zimmerman was a gay predator.  Nobody's picked that up.  When Rachel Jeantel then said, "It's just whoop ass. He wasn't trying to kill him. That's all that was going on," she admits that it was Trayvon doing the whoop-assing and beating up.  So Piers Morgan had to jump in there and try to save the day real fast by asking, "Whoa, whoa! Wait a minute! Trayvon could be doing whoop ass in defense, right, right, right?" 

But the damage had been done, and then the Breitbart story says that the camera caught a member of the Piers Morgan audience reacting in shock. He said her jaw dropped at Jeantel's admission that it was Trayvon doing the whoop ass, because a lot of people still think this jury verdict was a travesty, and they still think that it was Zimmerman that was beating up on poor Trayvon.  Jeantel blew everything about this trial sky-high.

It's just nobody really understood what she was saying when she said it. So when she goes on Piers Morgan and says it again, all the experts say, "Oh! Oh! She's so engaging and beautiful and wonderful. Why didn't she sound like this when she was on the stand?"  If she had been as expressive and as clear on the stand during this case as she has been on the Piers Morgan, the jury wouldn't have been out more than five minutes.

Because there really wasn't any case here.  Jeantel made it clear that it was not about race, and made it clear that Trayvon was the aggressor who was doing a little whoop ass -- and, furthermore, that it was Zimmerman's fault.  This is another thing Rachel Jeantel said. It was Zimmerman's fault because he shoulda understood that Trayvon wasn't trying to kill him. It was just whoop ass. 

Anyway, there's more.  "Rachel Jeantel opens up about her friendship with Trayvon Martin, calling him a good and true friend. 'He's got an energy that makes you laugh, he's real funny, and I like that in a person,' Jeantel said. 'Trayvon never judged me, because I always had an under bite. It's an under bite I need to get done. He never judged. He just said, "[O]h, okay, that ain't no problem."' ... How she spoke was part of the reason for the firestorm of criticism she received about her testimony.

"'I was attacked,' she explained. 'I knew I was going to be attacked, but I didn’t know it was going to be that much of an attack!'" She said a lot of it was because she was asked to speak louder, but she can't speak louder. She said the lawyer knew she couldn’t speak louder because she has "a voice problem." She said, "They say it's my tonsils acting up." So she couldn't speak up. She couldn't speak louder. She couldn't do that 'til she ended up with Piers Morgan on CNN. 

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RUSH: Grab sound bites 23 and 24.  I want to play the audio backup of something that relates to a point that I made earlier today, and that was something else that we learned from Rachel Jeantel on TV with Piers Morgan on Monday night.  She inadvertently... Let's just review this very quickly.  What she made clear was that Trayvon Martin thought that Zimmerman was a rapist, a -- a gay male predator.  That's what she said.  She told Trayvon to run, run, run 'cause the guy might be a rapist. 

Trayvon was describing him to her.  She said, "Well, you better run, Trayvon," and then she pointed out that Trayvon wasn't "that way," meaning he's not gay.  And then she reminded everybody that Trayvon's little brother was at the house where he was staying and didn't want that predator following them home with the little baby there.  So it wasn't racism.  It was homophobia.  Trayvon Martin was homophobic, as admitted to by Rachel Jeantel.  She was not supposed to say that, and it didn't get picked up anywhere, after making the point yesterday. 

Then what we also learned that Rachel Jeantel -- I don't know, accidentally, inadvertently -- admitted that it was Trayvon that was the aggressor, because she had told Piers Morgan that it was silly of Zimmerman to assume he was being killed.  It was Zimmerman's fault.  He didn't understand that what was going on was a case of "whoop ass."  Trayvon wasn't trying to kill him, and it was Zimmerman's fault for not understanding that. The cultural differences were such that Zimmerman just didn't get it. It was just whoop ass. 

Well, here it is.  Here's Rachel Jeantel saying this.  Piers Morgan, question: "Do you think it was just wrong that you had no black people on the jury at all?"
JEANTEL:  They don't understand.  They understand he was just bash or he was kill.  When somebody bash somebody, like, Blood people, trust me, the area I live, that's not bashing.  That is called whoop ass.

MORGAN: Mmmph!

JEANTEL: You do that (unintelligible).  That's what it is.

MORGAN:  Would Trayvon, if he had been attacked or been confronted, and he was scared, would he have whooped ass, as you put it?

JEANTEL:  Whoop ass.

RUSH:  Okay.  So, again, I, as a public service, will do my best to explain this.  Piers Morgan says, "Do you think it was just wrong that you had no black people on the jury," and Rachel Jeantel said, "They..." I assume she means the white jury, and none of the rest of us, either. "They don't understand.  They understand he was just bash or he was kill. Now, I assume that means it is one of the two.  He was just "bash," he was just "kill."  Those are the two things that coulda happened. 

Then she explains, "When somebody bash somebody, like, Blood people..." Now, many of you in Rio Linda are asking, "What is a blood person?"  No, that's not what she means.  "When somebody bash somebody, like, Blood people..." The way... (sigh) God.  I don't know, folks. (interruption) Well, I mean I know how I would say it, but I'm gonna get ripped.  What she's saying here is, when you beat somebody up and they get bloody, and they start bleeding, "trust me, the area I live, that's not bashing.  That is called whoop ass."

So when she said, "When somebody bash somebody, like, Blood people," that means when somebody bashes someone, beats 'em up and they start bleeding, "trust me, the area I live, that's not bashing.  That is called whoop ass." You just got your ass whooped.  That's what it is.  Well, she just inadvertently said here that Trayvon is ass whooping Zimmerman.  The left and the civil rights gang, they are totally invested in the opposite picture, that it was Trayvon being whooped ass and bloodied. 

But we know that it was Zimmerman who got bloodied.  So Piers Morgan, realizing the damage here of what was said -- and this is when an audience member was caught on camera. Their jaw dropped, realizing what had just been admitted to here, that Trayvon was doing a little whoop ass, and that Zimmerman shoulda just known he wasn't getting killed here. Because she says, "They don't understand.  They understand he was just bash or he was kill." 

Well, in this case he was bashed. 

She's presenting the options in her generation. In "the new school," you either get bashed or you get killed -- and when you get bashed, it's "whoop aaaaaaaaaaaaaass."  You get bloodied up, it's whoop ass, or else you get killed, but nobody was being killed here.  Zimmerman shoulda known he was just getting beat up.  Piers Morgan realized how damaging this bit of information was, so he said, "Would Trayvon, if he had been attacked or been confronted, and he was scared, would he have whooped ass, as you put it?"

So Piers Morgan, trying to save the day asked Rachel, "Okay, if Trayvon had been attacked, if Trayvon was on bottom, could you still do whoop ass in defense?"  Could you do whoop ass in self-defense?  Now, I guarantee you, nobody does whoop ass in self-defense.  Whoop ass is an offensive maneuver.  Can we all admit that?  Whoop ass is offense, and getting ass whooped is defense.  Okay?  So she's clearly describing Trayvon here as the aggressor and Piers had to come in and try to save that.

He continued trying to recast what she had just said.

MORGAN:  Would he have done that?  Could he have done that?

JEANTEL:  Wha?

MORGAN:  Would he have defended himself if he'd be in that position?

JEANTEL:  Yes.  In my mind-- well, in reality -- Trayvon, before his death, he thought I was still on the phone.  I coulda called out for help or somethin'.  But I wasn't on the phone.  The struggle he gave a fact, 'cause Trayvon have a Android.  If you just (clicking) click on the Android, that can end the call, and there was a struggle, so somebody had to be on top of Trayvon.

RUSH:  See? At the very end she's figured out what had happened here, and she had to put Trayvon on the bottom of this thing, and the way that she knew that was that she was still on the phone. She could have called out for help or something, but she wasn't on the phone.  That's when she could have called out for help. If she's still on the phone with Trayvon, she couldn't call unless less she put him on hold.  But if she had been talking to Trayvon, she couldn't call for help. 

But if the call's disconnected, she's not talking. That's when she could have called for help, but she didn't call for help.  But she says, "I coulda called out for help or somethin'.  But I wasn't on the phone.  The struggle he gave a fact." (interruption) Don't ask me.  She's the one with the 3.0.  "But I wasn't on the phone.  The struggle he gave a fact." It "gave a fact, 'cause Trayvon have a Android.  If you just (clicking) click on the Android, that can end the call, and there was a struggle, so somebody had to be on top of Trayvon."

There you have the logical progression, Piers Morgan thinking he saved the day after Rachel inadvertently swerved into... I mean, she said so much on this show Monday night, folks. She admitted that it was homophobia that was going through Trayvon's mind, not racism, and that he was the aggressor and "doing whoop ass." She just literally threw this upside down.  I'm not surprised everybody's ignoring this at all.  I'm not surprised nobody picked up on this yesterday.

(interruption)

What are you frowning at in there, Mr. Snerdley? 

(interruption)

What do you mean, you can't get over the sound bites?  I explained them. 

(interruption)

I told you what they mean.

(interruption)

Well, you better get over it because that's what is.  You better get over it, because that's what is! She's at 3.0.

(interruption)

Snerdley's asking me, "How can anybody think she's credible?"  It's not about credibility.  It's about likeability and being engaging and all these other things. It's about how she evokes feelings in people. 

(interruption)

"Why are they putting...?"

(interruption)

Okay, it's a good question.  "Why are they putting her on these shows?  Why is she now going on all these shows?"  That is an interesting question. Does anybody want to try to answer that question?  That's one thing I will...

(interruption)

Aside from ratings, there's an ideological reason why they're putting her on the show, but I'm gonna let you answer it. Look, I've provided all the answers today.  I'm gonna back out, I'm gonna leave it up to somebody else to answer that question.  Why are they putting her on all these shows?  She's been everywhere.  She was on CNN. She was on Huffington Post live on the Web. She's a lot of places.  Why are they doing that?  Now, Snerdley... I want you to know what Snerdley's saying.  "Everybody knows that..."

I shouldn't say this. See, this is where you get in trouble.  Let me put it this way: "Everybody knows she's not that bright. Why are they putting her on?"  She's got a 3.0, Bo.

(interruption)

You think that? You think they know that she's...?

(interruption)

They can!  What do you mean, "You can't understand a word she's saying"?  They can!  They think they can, and they think that she's making the case for Trayvon here.  Why else put her on?  They think she's helping! They think that Rachel is moving the case forward, is helping everybody get what they want here, which is the federal government filing charges. Everybody thinks that she's helping to keep the pressure on Zimmerman, otherwise they wouldn't be putting her on.  I mean, aside from the ratings aspect. You have to throw that in. 

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RUSH:  Ladies and gentlemen, in an e-mail, I've had received notification that I may have been wrong in interpreting a comment made by the delightfully engaging Rachel Jeantel on Piers Morgan whenever Monday night.  Grab sound bite 23 again.  We won't listen to all of it. When she says, "That's what it is," that's when you end it.  No!  In fact, play the whole thing. The whole thing, it's only 26 seconds.  Do the whole thing.  Here we go.

JEANTEL:  They don't understand.  They understand he was just bash or he was kill.  When somebody bash somebody, like, Blood people, trust me, the area I live, that's not bashing.  That is called whoop ass.

MORGAN: Mmmph!

JEANTEL: You do that (unintelligible).  That's what it is.

MORGAN:  Would Trayvon, if he had been attacked or been confronted, and he was scared, would he have whooped ass, as you put it?

JEANTEL:  Whoop ass.

RUSH:  Boy, she really likes "whoop ass," doesn't she?  "Whoop aaaaaaaaaaaaaaass."  Whoop aaaaaaaaaaaaaaass.  Anyway, I've been told that when she says, "When somebody bash somebody like Blood people," I was wrong in interpreting that as bloodying somebody up.  What I've been told is she's talking about the Bloods, the gang, the "Blood people" are the Bloods as in the Crips and the Bloods. 

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