RUSH: Now, on the Democrat side, old Bernie, old Bernie is getting suspicious. Bernie has heard that Hillary’s gonna do what Obama did in 2008, and that is bus in a bunch of people that are not even from Iowa. You remember Obama did that?
Well, Bernie, he thinks Hillary’s gonna do the same thing. And guess what? Grab sound bite 22. Old Bernie now has decided that he flubbed it back in the first debate when he said this Hillary e-mail thing is nothing and should go away. Crazy Bernie changed his mind on that. Go back to October 13th at a Democrat debate in Las Vegas, and Bernie and Hillary had this little back-and-forth.
SANDERS: Let me say something that may not be great politics, but I think the secretary is right. And that is that the American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails.
HILLARY: Thank you. Me, too. Me, too. (laughing)
SANDERS: You know, enough of the e-mails. Let’s talk about the real issues facing America.
HILLARY: Thank you, Bernie. (laughing)
RUSH: Right. Okay. But, but since then, since October, the news on Hillary’s e-mails, it just gets worse every week, and, in some cases, by the day. And it is really bad now. It is so bad now that there are serious ranking Democrats that are scared to death that there’s no way something doesn’t come of this. It’s gotten to the point where it’s so big they don’t know how the Justice Department can just sweep it away and not do anything with it. And old Bernie has figured that out now, and here he is yesterday on Meet the Press, F. Chuck Todd with the question: “The latest revelations about Secretary Clinton and her e-mails, do they give you personally any hesitation about her electability or about her honesty?”
SANDERS: I’ve been asked every day, you know, by the media, attack Hillary Clinton, attack Hillary Clinton. What I’ve chosen to do in this campaign is to focus on the issues facing working families in the middle class and not make personal attacks against Hillary Clinton. You know, I think this is a serious issue.
RUSH: He’d changed his mind. But he just can’t pull the trigger and go all the way ’cause Bernie, what is he, 74? He likes walking. Bernie Sanders likes to walk. So he’s not gonna go all-in on this, but he does say it’s a very, very serious issue. Here’s Andrea Mitchell, NBC News, Washington, on the Today show today and a report about Hillary Clinton and her campaign overall.
MITCHELL: Clinton is counting on older women, in the past her most loyal supporters. But this time even some women have Clinton fatigue.
WOMAN: Ultimately it’s not just being the first woman that we need one. It’s being the right president at the right time.
MITCHELL: And the Clinton team has gone high-tech with a new app to spot precincts where they can take delegates from Sanders by steering voters to the third candidate, Martin O’Malley.
RUSH: Right, right, right. So Hillary’s bleeding out there, folks, she’s bleeding women, she bleeding voters, she bleeding. I’m telling you, they are very worried wherever the deep, dark crevices the Democrats gather in, wherever they are, they’re worried. But there’s nothing they can do. There isn’t anybody. They’re really worried.