RUSH: Belleville, Illinois, not far from St. Louis. This is Cynthia. Great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush, and I don’t mind you saying I’m from St. Louis. I’m just not from Ferguson. Anyway, I called as a Democrat. I think you remember me, being a Democrat.
RUSH: Yeah, I know. I saw up there that you’re a Democrat, and I vaguely recalled. I was putting something together here: Belleville, Democrat, caller. Yeah.
CALLER: The reason I called is — and I’m so sorry, Mr. Caller Screener. You gave me too much time and my mind wandered. I wonder if I could get in two more questions to you, but the number one question is — and, of course, I’m voting Trump; this is a pro-Trump question. Do you think that all of the pompous, arrogant RINOs —
RUSH: Now, wait. Don’t lose your train of thought. What do you mean? You’re a Democrat. “Of course” you’re voting Trump doesn’t add up.
CALLER: Because I’m a conservative Democrat.
RUSH: You’re a conservative Democrat? Well, then that’s why. Okay. Right.
CALLER: I can explain that to you later.
RUSH: No, no. I get it. It makes total sense. I just don’t run into it much.
CALLER: I’m trying to gather us all up. It’s a bit like herding cats, but I do have a plan. I have a master plan. Anyway, all these pompous, arrogant RINOs — who I have been given my money to for years and my votes — I’m just absolutely sick of them. But I love Trump. They have been claiming with such authority and such political acumen for months that Trump cannot get to 1,237, and now he’s at 1,238. Happy days are here again. Do you think…? They’ve also been proclaiming, “You can’t win. Two separate issues. Number one, you can’t get the delegates. Number two, you can’t win.”
RUSH: Oh, it’s not that he can’t win. He’s gonna lose in a landslide.
CALLER: Okay, or that.
RUSH: He’s gonna get wiped out by Mrs. Clinton.
CALLER: Do you think that they’re gonna continue to hang onto their egos and proclaim that he cannot win, or do you think they’re starting to get a little bit afraid of him.
RUSH: Well, depends. You would have to go person to person on this, because there is movement now among some Republicans — RINOs and otherwise — to Trump.
CALLER: Well, but specifically right now I’m thinking about Suzanne Martinez, the governor of New Mexico. He said what needed to be said, whether he’s running for president or not. And I’m absolutely —
RUSH: What do you mean?
CALLER: He said that she’s doing a terrible job running the state, with their food stamps going up what was it? It went from… It tripled, the amount. The number tripled. I don’t want to quote numbers and be wrong.
RUSH: Yeah, but she’s being touted as one of the future stars of the party.
CALLER: And why is that? For two reasons —
RUSH: Well, she’s female and Hispanic.
CALLER: — she’s a woman and a Latina. Number one, it’s Latino. I don’t want to know about their feminine pronouns. I’m not Spanish.
RUSH: All right.
CALLER: I’m American; I speak English.
RUSH: No need to get bitter, here.
CALLER: It’s more quotas. That’s the Democrat game. The Republicans need to quit playing the Democrat game.
RUSH: I hear you, but —
CALLER: It’s not a sport, not a parlor game. They need to stop with the niceness when there are people that they’re being nice to who seek to destroy the American way of life —
CALLER: — and bring in a foreign way of life.
RUSH: All right. What do you think of Obama? He’s over there in Japan.
CALLER: Oh, the anti-imperialist, ever-so-imperialistically style of president? Yeah, for one thing, this guy has our allies and our enemies confused. He’s transversed (sic) them. So if our “allies” — air quotes — are —
RUSH: What allies?
CALLER: — worried by anything Trump is saying, that’s good news to America.
RUSH: What allies? What allies! That’s my question. But Obama’s running around saying —
CALLER: Well, he thinks Iran is gonna be an ally. He sees them as potential allies. He thinks Iran is gonna be an ally, anybody that —
RUSH: Yeah, but Trump’s making these guys nervous, Obama says. Obama says these guys are getting rattled by Trump.
CALLER: Thank God! They should have been rattled a long time ago by something Obama said. Thank God they’re finally being rattled. They need to be put in their place. They need to be terrified of the United States. Strength through power.
RUSH: With Obama they all know they’re on the magic carpet ride.
CALLER: I’m sorry: Power through strength. Power through strength. I got that wrong.
RUSH: I’d like to say one more thing about the ladies.
CALLER: Women and females are two completely different things. They’re the same gender but they’re two completely different mind-sets.
RUSH: Whoa, whoa. Women and females are two different things?
CALLER: They’re two different mind-sets.
CALLER: Females are Amazonian-inspired bullies. They are Feminazis, as you call them. They love weak men because they can push ’em around and then they can be in charge. They don’t like strong men. They’re intimidated.
RUSH: I got 10 seconds. What are women? What are women? I got 10 seconds. What are women?
CALLER: Women are… Women love strong men, because we understand the relevance and the necessity —
RUSH: And you love to be protected.
CALLER: — to have them in charge and to be protected.
RUSH: Exactly right. I hear you.
RUSH: Here’s Amy as we head back to the phones, Colorado Springs. Great to have you here. Hello, Amy.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. It’s great to talk to you.
RUSH: Thank you very much.
CALLER: I just called with a little comment on Trump going over the top with delegates. I’m obviously from Colorado, and I’m female. I’ve been a Trump supporter all along, and I felt pretty cheated when Cruz got all the delegates. So I was very happy to hear that it was a woman from Colorado that put him over the top.
RUSH: But, see, Cruz didn’t get all the delegates because there’s enough of them out there for one of them to put Trump over the top. I mean, that’s why you’re excited. That’s why you’re happy.
CALLER: That’s true. I am excited that a delegate — a female delegate from Colorado — put him over the top.
CALLER: Yeah, so it was… I mean, ’cause I think there’s a lot more Trump supporters out here than people think.
RUSH: What do you mean? Colorado or anywhere, everywhere?
CALLER: Colorado. And, I guess, in general. But I think Colorado… Being here in Colorado, I kind of felt like underrepresented.
RUSH: You know why? That’s because of the way the media covered what Ted Cruz was able to do at the Colorado state convention of Republicans. They were able to portray that Cruz went in there, even though Trump won the primary… Well, there wasn’t a primary; that was the point. Cruz went over there, got all the delegates; they were able to portray Trump was nowhere in Colorado. And the press misses the irony in total here. I mean, the two delegates that pushed Trump over — one a woman, one from Colorado. Both are places and people that are supposed to hate Trump, and yet who puts him over the top? The AP’s not even mentioning that, which means if they got the irony, they chose not to mention it. Maybe they didn’t get it.
CALLER: Yeah, I didn’t even know that until you mentioned it at the beginning of the show.
RUSH: Well, see? See? Exactly my point.
CALLER: Yep. So I was excited to hear that. And, you know, I’m excited for Mr. Trump, and I hope he goes all the way.
RUSH: What do you like about Trump? Just give me the one thing you like the most about Trump. What is it?
CALLER: The one thing I like most about him is he speaks from the heart, like you said. He’s not a politician. He speaks from the heart. He doesn’t need a teleprompter.
CALLER: He means what he says.
RUSH: He knows what he says. He means it, likes it, and makes you comfortable.
RUSH: You know, I have a theory, folks. I think one of the reasons that real women — and let me define “real woman.” I’m talking about the non-feminist, the non-victim-feeling woman. Just a woman happy with herself, happy being a woman, wants to be in a relationship. You know, what we’ve always thought of as women. Not activist, not angry, not… I mean, look. You know what I mean. I mean, not left-wing activist, feminazi-type women. You know the type of women I’m talking about, don’t you?
I mean, just the girl next door. The businesswoman, the woman that’s confident, the woman that likes herself. Those are the kind of women we’re talking about here. (interruption) Okay, wholesome American woman. (interruption) “Beautiful in the eyes of someone.” Yes, absolutely. I’m not talking about women that are angry, that feel like they’re victims of something that think men are the biggest obstacles they face on earth and so forth.
I mean, there’s all kinds of people. And women tend to get typecast as monolithic. And the liberals are the ones that do it. The media. They typecast all women. They either become soccer moms or they’re angry at not being paid equally or what have you.
But they’re always… The thing in common with the way women are portrayed and caricatured by mainstream media and Democrats is they’re always constantly mad and angry and feeling victimized — and blaming men for it.
And those are not the kind of women I’m talking about in my theory here. I think that the reason real women — like our first caller today and like our last caller, and like pretty much all of the women who call this program. The reason they like Trump is the same reason the media hate the guy. And that is: He’s not PC-whipped. He’s not politically correct-whipped. He stands up for himself.
He’s not ashamed of himself. He’s not afraid, and he stands up and defends the women who work for him and the women who are close to him, as is evidenced by the latest news today. And that is the exact reason why the media can’t resist covering him, despite themselves. He’s so different. He’s so unbound. He’s so unpredictable. He’s so male. And they are, at the same time, offended by it but intrigued at the same time. Deep down — and I think you women will back me up on this out there.
Deep down, no real woman respects any man who can be so easily PC-whipped — or woman, either — and whatever else that you might say about Trump, that is something that he isn’t. I don’t think it’s hard to understand these things all. But you go to DC, you go to the Upper West Side of Manhattan, and you look at the men? I mean, real men in that world are like the metrosexuals and the… You name it. And strong, able men, they’re mocked, laughed at, called Neanderthals or what have you.