RUSH: It's embarrassing, is what it is. There's nothing admirable about this. There's nothing uplifting about it. There's nothing inspirational. It's not about good role models or family values or any of that. I mean, this is absolutely absurd. I'm talking about Huma. For crying out loud, I don't want to ever hear another word about a Republican War on Women, because Democrat women are doing more to set women and whatever causes they might have back to the Dark Ages.
Huma Abedin is doing everything she can to make sure that women are seen as steppingstones and doormats. It's incredible, and then listen to the Drive-By Media. I mean, they're having orgasms over this woman and how wonderful she is, how great she is. Wait 'til you hear some of these sound bites.
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There is no question in my mind that, if there is a War on Women out there, it is being conducted by the Democrat Party -- and it's being conducted by Democrat women. This little press event yesterday between Carlos Danger and his wife, Huma Abedin, whose loyalty everybody is now praising. Her loyalty is to Hillary Clinton and her role model is Hillary Clinton. Doormats. Doormats with the promise of a payoff later down the road. I mean, this Weiner guy, Carlos Danger, this is reprehensible. I mean, and to think that this guy is still viable and in fact might even win the mayoral race in New York City.
Folks, let me tell you something. These people have been out there trashing conservatives, trashing conservative women and making up this phony meme of a Republican War on Women for the last four years or so, and this party is doing more to demean women and to relegate them to a doormat status than anything the Republican Party policy-wise or any other way has ever, ever even dreamed of.
So let's go to the audio sound bites. I'm not even gonna play you Carlos Danger. We have a couple bites here from Weiner, but all he said was (paraphrasing), "We told you the last time that there would be more popping up and more have popped up, and we've said other texts and photos were likely to come out, and today they have. It's all behind me now. Nothing to see here." No, nothing to see, you just continued your behavior even while the lovely and gracious Huma was pregnant, carrying around little Weiner. While she was pregnant Weiner was still doing all this stuff. But it's all behind us. There's nothing to see.
By the way, folks, did you know -- well, you don't know this. The only way you're gonna know this is if I tell you. Weiner got a phone call from Bill Clinton yesterday, and we have the exclusive on this.
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Ah, yes. Well, who's to say it didn't happen? So here we go. They've made it cool. They have made it acceptable. They have made it understandable. They have made it normal. They have made it common to be totally cuckolded in front of the world by a man. Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton, in fact have made it a resume enhancement for the Democrat Party. Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin have seen to it -- that's why this mayor out in San Diego, what's the big deal? Sexual harassment. This guy's a piker compared to Clinton. It's a resume enhancement for the Democrat Party, and these women standing by, making it cool, making it acceptable, making it noble, making it common. You want to talk about setting an example for young women everywhere? I mean, here we are in the midst of a hookup culture.
By the way, folks, I'm gonna get to these sound bites. I'm not trying to avoid 'em. I just keep reminding myself of things here.
I had a piece that I didn't get to yesterday that is a column in Salon.com. This is the most amazing thing. "My So-Called Celebrity Affair," by January Lang, which is a pen name. The woman is writing here under a fake name.
"Days before my 30th birthday, I was naked in a swanky Manhattan hotel room, gazing at the Hudson out a floor to ceiling window, waiting for a former NFL player to join me for the evening. At the time I assumed that this was just going to be one more in a long string of interesting hookups -- like the Afghanistan veteran who’d been deployed three times, or the lanky white boy with the Japanese name courtesy of his adoptive parents, or the male model with a business degree from the University of Phoenix. What I got instead was a months-long relationship that gave me a rare window into the life of the celebrity mistress -- a life far less glamorous than I had once assumed."
This prints to three pages, and it's a woman telling the story of her months-long affair with an NFL player, two-time Super Bowl winner. Now, wait a minute. Snerdley is yelling at me, "Why are we supposed to care?" Here we are in this hookup culture, this woman writes the piece, and she writes about her thoughts about this guy's wife and how she doesn't care about this guy's wife. She doesn't care about what she's doing because it's not real. It's just a hookup relationship. But this guy's promising her the moon: dinners, gifts, great sex, great hotel suites in New York City, and she's content. She's content to be a doormat, as long as she gets things out of it.
She doesn't care what's happening to the guy's marriage. In fact, she convinces herself that the guy and his wife actually love each other and that the wife understands what's going on, that her husband's a former football player and he's gonna stray and so forth. Then it comes to light that the wife doesn't particularly like this. Anyway, the purpose of the piece is to dissuade other women from falling into the trap of becoming a mistress for a celebrity. It's seductive and it's cool and it's really nice and they would go out in public, they'd be seen in public, and it was really cool. People would be staring at her and she liked all the attention and so forth.
These are liberal women, folks. These are women that come right out of the feminist movement. That's why I am interested in it, Snerdley. Because feminism is a political arm of the Democrat Party. Feminism is liberalism, and look at what it's doing, look at what it's promoting, look at what it's condoning. All the while we have to live in this lie that there's some sort of Republican War on Women. We don't do this to women!
We don't objectify women like this. We don't treat 'em as doormats and this kind of thing, as a matter of political life. Anyway, that's at Salon.com, and it was a couple of days ago. "My So-Called Celebrity Affair." The woman ends up writing about how it's no good. She didn't like it and so forth. But her cavalier attitude about it and the fact that she was busting up this guy's family? She didn't care. She... (interruption)
No, the NFL player isn't named. I don't know if it was O.J. or if it was Manti Te'o. I don't know who it was. She didn't say. There's no indication who the player is. It could have been any one of them. But here's Huma. Let's get to these sound bites. This is yesterday afternoon in New York City in what looked to be... Did you see this, Snerdley? This was the strangest place. It looked they were in an office building in front of a bunch of cubicles where secretaries work. It was late yesterday afternoon.
Anthony Weiner and his wife, Huma, had a press conference discussing new revelations of his involvement in another cyber-sex relationship under the name of Carlos Danger.
ABEDIN: (shutter clicking throughout) When we faced this publicly two years ago, it was the beginning of a time in our marriage that was very difficult, and it took us a very long time to get through it. Our marriage, like many others, has had its ups and its downs. It took a lot of work and a whole lot of therapy to get to a place where I could forgive Anthony. It was not an easy choice in any way, but I made the decision that it was worth staying in this marriage. That was a decision I made for me, for our son, and for our family.
RUSH: Now, I know that's fine. I'm not... It's their marriage. It's their business and all that, but these people politicize everything. They're out there, and these are the same people running this so-called political movement that the Republicans have this War on Women going on. Well, it is not us, folks, that are making a mockery of women. It's not us using them. It's not us chewing 'em up and spitting 'em out.
It's not us making fools of them. It's not us disrespecting them. It's not us doing any of this stuff. Not as a political party. It's them. They run around out here and they make it cool and acceptable. It's noble, even, to engage! You got Hillary, you got Silda, you got Huma. Even Elizabeth Edwards hung in there with the Breck Girl. It goes all the way back to Gary Hart(pence)'s wife. Remember her? Lee Hart(pence).
Democrat women lead the way in showing other women how to be stepped on and diminished by men. That's what they do, for a payoff somewhere down the line. What Huma is doing is setting aside all of this for whatever is in it for her (outside of her marriage, obviously). This guy... By the way, does Huma not care about the people in New York and if her husband might actually win and become mayor, what kind of guy is gonna be leading the city?
Does she not care about that?
Now, they can stay in their marriage all they want. As I say, that's their business. I'm not trying to make any of their business any of my business, but they take their business and try to normalize their depravity, and they try to almost regal-ize it. They try to make their behavior noble and the new norm. But what these women are doing... Folks, we're talking about a bunch of power-mad leftists, and these women are standing aside while these men show everybody who they really are.
These women are standing aside and allowing these kinds of guys to gain power over us. It is a double whammy. It's not enough that Huma and Hillary deal with these guys in the privacy of their marriage. Now Huma and Hillary and Silda and all the rest are actively working to inflict these guys on the rest of us so that they will have power over us, too, the way they have power over these women in their marriages.
Then these guys -- genuine reprobates, all -- run around creating this phony War on Women that the Republicans are conducting. It just, sometimes, more than I can handle. Here's one more from Huma...
ABEDIN: Anthony's made some horrible mistakes, both before he was running for Congress and after. But I do very strongly believe that that is between us and our marriage. We discussed all of this before Anthony decided to run for mayor. So really what I want to say is, "I love him, I have forgiven him, I believe in him -- and as we have said from the beginning, we are moving forward."
RUSH: Yeah. Well, the problem is you're enabling this reprobate to move forward -- knowing everything we know -- on all the rest of us, not just you. That's the problem. Wait 'til you hear the media reaction. It's predictable, but the media is having an orgasm over Huma. Liberal feminist women are having an orgasm over this! It is ironic, it is hypocritical, it's funny as well.