RUSH: Chuck in Alpharetta, Georgia, great to have you on the EIB Network, sir. Hello.
CALLER: Hey, Rush. It’s a pleasure to talk to you.
RUSH: Thank you very much.
CALLER: I’ll see if I can articulate my point here and try and connect some dots very quickly. Trying to help the Republican Party and maybe also help the leadership, and also help the mainstream media put some things together. So three weeks ago our emperor went out on one of his apologetic tours again and told the Republican Party a bunch of minors, talking about the women and orphans that are coming in, as refugees. Now with what we’ve learned in San Bernardino that the women are radicalizing the men, can we now talk about how smart the Republicans are and the fact that they were worried about these women?
RUSH: Well, you can dream. The media is never gonna say anything like that, but you’re making a great point, because Obama did say, he’s mocking the Republicans — he really got on them for taking on the moderators at CNBC in the debate and said they’re afraid of women and children and orphans coming in as refugees, and, you’re right, now we have the media and Obama’s buddies and his government, even, his investigators telling us that this guy was an innocent little young Muslim driving around, walking around, having a fun life as an American, somehow stumbled across this radical Islamic woman, and she turned him into this banshee terrorist. And what’s the difference in a widow and a woman? A dead man.
CALLER: So it’s the women we need to watch out for.
RUSH: By virtue of what our own government is telling us, yes. A woman radicalized this poor guy who had no power to resist. And Obama said Republicans are afraid of widows and orphans. But a widow’s still a woman, right?
All right, gotta take a break. Good point out there, Chuck.