RUSH: I’m convinced that these people listen to this program, ’cause it was earlier this week that I accused Hillary Clinton of racism and bigotry because not only did she try to stop the first black guy from becoming president — that would be Barack Hussein O — and now she’s attempting to stop the first Jewish guy from becoming president.
And they are asked this question last night. Bernie Sanders was asked the question. That’s why I know they listen. They were worried that it worked, so Gwen Ifill had to turn it around. “Bernie, are you worried you are thwarting history here by denying Mrs. Clinton a chance to be the first woman president?” Folks, they knew damage was done with my little joke, and they had to try to correct it last night. It was great.
Here is Gwen Ifill asking Crazy Bernie if he is standing in the way of history.
IFILL: Senator, do you worry at all that you will be the instrument of thwarting history, as Senator Clinton keeps claiming that she might be the first woman president?
SANDERS: Well, you know, I think from an historical point of view, somebody with my background, somebody with my views, somebody who has spent his entire life taking on the big money interests, I think a Sanders victory would be of some historical accomplishment as well.
RUSH: Come on, Bernie! You’re gonna put that up against the first female president? Don’t even mention that you’re Jewish? The question needs to be asked of Hillary Clinton. She’s the one on record. She is the one who already has a track record and history of trying to deny minorities their rightful place in this country: Barack Hussein Obama, the Reverend Jackson — who at one point wanted to be president, and her husband gets in the way. Now she tries to stop Obama, and now she’s trying to stop the first Jewish guy from becoming president, and they ask the Jewish guy if he’s the one being unfair.
You want to rig a game? Do it that way.