RUSH: Here. Let’s listen to a little bit of Hillary here. We’ve got her from just a moment ago, this afternoon in Minneapolis at the Democrat National Committee summer meeting. This is where she went to show up to tell everybody else to go away, shut up. She’s got whatever dirt on ’em. “Don’t even think about it. This nomination is mine and screw you!” I mean, that’s the message she took there. We’re gonna listen to her say it. We have two sound bites here, and this is number one.
HILLARY: You hear Mr. Trump say —
RUSH: Oh my gosh!
HILLARY — hateful things about immigrants, even about —
RUSH: Stop it! Stop it! You have to know, my ears are still capable of being hurt. I mean, it hurts. Her voice grates on me. “You heeeeear… I ain’t no ways tired!” This woman sounds just… It’s like fingernails on a chalkboard! But I will bite the bullet, gut it up here, gut it out for the cause. Play it again.
HILLARY: You hear Mr. Trump saying hateful things about immigrants, even about their babies.
HILLARY: How many others disagree with him, or support a real path to citizenship or draw the line at repealing the 14th Amendment? Today the party of Lincoln has become the party of Trump. Think about it! Now, of course Mr. Trump also insults and dismisses women. And, by the way, just yesterday he attacked me once again. And said I didn’t have a clue about women’s health issues.
CROWD: (smattering of laughter)
HILLARY: Really? I mean, you can’t make this stuff up, folks.
RUSH: Oh, that is really a great laugh line: “I mean, you can’t make this stuff up, folks. ” What is that? “I mean, you can’t make this stuff up, folks.” Nobody’s making it up, Hillary, except you. You’re the one making all of this up as you go. Here’s the next bite.
HILLARY: All the stuff they’re saying might be red meat in a Republican primary, but it is (thumps mic) dead wrong in twenty-first century America.
HILLARY: And I know that when I talk like this some people think, “There she goes again with the women’s issues.” Republicans actually say I am playing the gender card.
CROWD: (polite laughs)
HILLARY Well, if calling for equal pay —
RUSH: God bless me.
HILLARY: — and paid leave and women’s health is “playing the gender card,” deal me in.
RUSH: “Well, well, if calling for equal pay and…” You don’t pay the women in your own office what you pay the men in your own office, Mrs. Clinton, and everybody except your blockhead voters know it. You’re such a hypocrite on this! Women’s health? You support an organization that does things so unspeakable to babies that we can’t even describe it on a family-oriented radio broadcast. Anyway, that’s it. That’s Hillary. That’s what people will be up against. That’s a written speech on the prompter, and even that’s grating.