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RUSH: There’s just a lot of confusion out there today, folks. I guess there’s confusion every day. But I mean today there’s really a lot of confusion out there. What in the name of Sam Hill is Bill Cosby doing? Now, help me out here. In all of these allegations that he’s raped all of these women he’s never admitted anything, right? Or have I missed something? Now, I know that the statute of limitations — that would be “statue” of limitations, for those of you in Rio Linda — on a lot of those has run out.

But have I missed something? Cosby’s denied all of this or not commented, right? So what in the world is he doing admitting — it was in 2005 — that he got Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with. I mean, this is really confusing. You deny all this stuff and then admit, in 2005, I guess we’re just learning about it. (interruption) No, no, that’s not the point.

The point is this: Remember the War on Women? Remember how the War on Women, it was Republicans, evil, mean, sexist, patriarchal, predatory brutes and all that. Here we have another liberal, Bill Cosby, another sexual disgrace. So we got Ted Kennedy. We got Bill Clinton numerous times. Ted Kennedy, he’s the king of the hill on this. Bill Cosby, and over here HBO is making a movie about how rotten a guy Clarence Thomas is.

And in real life we’ve got all these Democrats, sexual predators out there, literally raping women, in Clinton’s case it was alleged, womanizing, treating women as secondary human beings and nobody ever calls them on it. We sit by and we idly watch while HBO gins up another movie, this time in an attempt to destroy, for the generation that wasn’t around when it happened, the Anita Hill-Clarence Thomas hearings. The attempt to destroy Clarence Thomas yet again.

And now let’s jump over to Russell Wilson, the quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks. Have you heard about this? Russell Wilson is dating this babe named Ciara. (Just one name: Ciara.) He describes her as on a scale of one to 10, she’s a 15. He took her to a state dinner, some party at the White House. He took her there. I’m under the impression — and I don’t know this. I didn’t bother looking it up. But I heard it secondhand that Ciara either dated “Fiddy Cent…” See, I know how to pronounce that, Mr. Snerdley. 50 Cent. (Real name: Curtis Jackson.)

By the way, have you watched that show Power on Starz that 50 Cent produces and stars in? It’s about… (sigh) Never mind. I can’t describe it without being accused of something. Anyway… (groans) Just watch it if you care to find out what it is. Anyway, 50 Cent supposedly used to date this babe, and if it wasn’t 50 Cent it was another rapper called “Fusion.” Is there a rapper called Fusion out there? I don’t know. Anyway, Russell Wilson told his girlfriend, and then announced to the world, that they were going to do their relationship, quote, “Jesus’ way,” unquote.

Meaning no sex before they get married. Meaning if they don’t get married, they will not have relations. Russell Wilson has made this public, and the people over at TMZ just can’t believe it. They are shocked. They are disappointed. They are let down. Last night… There’s a network called REELZ, R-e-e-l-z, and they did their TMZ Hollywood sports segment talking about Russell Wilson and he and the pop star Ciara have decided to abstain from premarital sex. Russell Wilson did actually say they were going to do it “Jesus’s way,” and that he told her that and she was cool with it. Here’s the TMZ report…

Van Lathan: The shocking news of the day to me. Number one, a couple things about Russell Wilson. Russell Wilson had gone to see 50 Shades of Grey earlier this year, and had talked about what a great movie that it was. So I thought maybe he was loosenin’ up a little bit, becoming a little bit more worldly.


VAN LATHAN: But now seems like he’s as devout as ever!

ROSENBLUM: Yeah, I mean, look… (snorts) I feel bad for him, man.

RUSH: Okay, so, over here we have Michael Sam: Hero! Over here we have Bruce Jenner: Hero! Over here we’ve got some eight-year-old boy sitting crying on his front stoop yesterday fearing for his future because he’s gay. He’s a hero. We have another story today from Yahoo Parenting of a nine-year-old boy who claimed that he knew at age three that he was really a girl. And these people are all heroes. Over here, Russell Wilson, “We’re going to do it Jesus’s way”?

Oh man! Oh my God, what a throw-back!

The guys at TMZ couldn’t believe it. You heard it. To them, it was the most shocking news of the day. Apparently Russell Wilson has had this image for quite a while that he’s a clean-cut, top-drawer kind of guy. When he went to see 50 Shades of Grey. It says right here in the bite; you heard it. When he went to see 50 Shades of Grey, all these people at TMZ and apparently in the sports community got a little excited. “Maybe Russell’s loosening up out there.

“Maybe Russell’s going to start banging babes like everybody else does! Maybe Russell is going to make us proud of him.” But, no. He went public with his commitment to Ciara, that they’re going to do their relationship “Jesus’s way.” Over here, Michael Sam. Over here, Caitlyn Jenner. Over here, Bill Cosby. Over here, Bill Clinton. Over here, Ted Kennedy. All heroes. All good guys in current American pop culture. Over here, Clarence Thomas. Gotta destroy him! Over here, Russell Wilson.

“Oh my God, man, what’s wrong with the dude? We thought the dude had seen the light with 50 Shades of Grey! Oh my God, I feel bad for him, man. You know what I mean? I feel really down low. Oh my God, that guy is going to be celibate with Ciara? Oh my God! Oh, the shame.” Over here, we have Ted Kennedy. Over here, we have Bill Clinton. Over here, we have Bill Cosby. Over here, we’ve got… Hell, the list goes on as far as the leftists are concerned in this regard, the womanizers.

And over here, Clarence Thomas. Gotta destroy him again! Over here, Russell Wilson: Gotta try… (interruption) Well, you’re relieved about what? What are you relieved about? (interruption) Oh, no, no. You thought Russell Wilson had done something wrong. He has done something wrong. That’s the point. Russell Wilson has let down the pop culture. Instead of being a “good guy,” maybe even… I know it’s a stretch to think this thing could be a role model. We’re a little bit too far gone for that.

But to have his public reputation tarred and feathered because he wants to do it Jesus’s way? By the way, grab audio sound bite No. 20. This morning on TV One’s NewsOne Now… What’s TV One? There’s so many cable access networks out there I can’t keep track. What is TV One? Have you ever heard of TV One? I know what NY1 is. What is TV One? Doesn’t matter. Nobody take the time to tell me. It doesn’t matter. The guest was a Republican strategist Paris Dennard. Republican strategist! During the discussion about Cosby having testified in 2005 that he got Quaaludes to give to women he wanted to have sex with, the Republican consultant/strategist Paris Dennard said…

DENNARD: I think the things he was saying — education, family values — these things still have value. Heathcliff Huxtable and William J. Cosby are two totally different people. So the things, the values we got from him and that we saw on the show, still have value and should not be taken away just because this man was — is allegedly, through the public opinion, has gone out and done these horrible things to women.

RUSH: Yeah, but he’s still got value, you see? Over here, you’ve got Bill Clinton. He’s still got value despite having destroyed Monica Lewinsky’s life and Kathleen Willey and who knows how many other people. Paula Jones. Cosby has value. Of course, Ted Kennedy still has value. Yeah.

Over here, we’ve got Russell Wilson and Clarence Thomas, and we’ve got to destroy them. I mean, we are 180 degrees out of phase, and I’m just chronicling the cultural decline for you. That’s the only point here. I don’t know Russell Wilson. I doubt I’ll ever run into Russell Wilson. That’s not the point. I don’t have a dog in the fight. I’m just giving you cultural analysis.

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