Fauxcahontas Revs Up Democrats Like Hillary Never Can
Jun 27, 2016
RUSH: The presumptive Democrat nominee who, by the way, appeared at a campaign rally in Ohio today, and she had Fauxcahontas with her. That would be the estimable Elizabeth Warren. Did you watch it? You didn’t? See, I couldn’t help but watch it. It was on the monitors in here and I saw it, I said, “Should I turn on the sound or should I ignore this?” I gotta do it. I gotta turn on the sound. What was overwhelmingly obvious was that Fauxcahontas was much more popular than Hillary is. Ho-ho-ho. It’s not even close. At least in the limited portions I got to see.
She just had ’em revved up and Hillary came out there and basically said (imitating Hillary), “And, as Elizabeth said… Isn’t Elizabeth great? Wouldn’t anyone want to have Elizabeth on their side?” Elizabeth Warren, Fauxcahontas. There’s gonna be a lot of buyer’s remorse no matter what happens over on that side.
RUSH: Now, Elizabeth Warren — popularly known here as Fauxcahontas — was in… Where were they? They were in Ohio somewhere, Cincinnati. It was a Hillary appearance, but the parts I saw, Elizabeth Warren, Fauxcahontas, was by far more well received and popularly treated than was Hillary. What do we have here, two or three? We’ve got actually five. No, what we’re gonna do, is we’re gonna do 2, 3, 4, 4a, and then 22. Here we go…
WARREN: When Donald Trump says he’ll make America great, he means make it even greater for rich guys just like Donald Trump.
WARREN: Great for the guys who don’t care how much they’ve already squeezed from everyone else. Great for the guys who always want more. Because that’s who Donald Trump is, the guy who wants it all for himself. And watch out, because he will crush you into the dirt to get whatever he wants.
FOLLOWERS: (angry cheers)
WARREN: That’s who he is: A small, insecure money-grubber who fights for no one but himself!
RUSH: You know, my tendency is to laugh at this, but I’ve been doing that for 25 years, and it doesn’t work. This is just… It’s outrageously hilarious. It’s so out of touch and so wrong about who Trump is and people like Trump that it is obscenely absurd and hilarious. But the fact of the matter is that whole crowd in there bought every word she said. Donald Trump hasn’t taken anybody else’s money to get where he is. Elizabeth Warren does and has. Hillary Clinton does and has. There isn’t a single member of the Obama administration in the cabinet that’s ever held a private sector job, folks.
They’re all academicians, theorists, think tankers. None of them have ever held a job. None of them have ever owned a business. None of them have ever had a payroll. They are the money-grubbers. They’re the leeches. They are the true architects of greed. There is no greater institution of greed than the United States government and the Democrat Party which runs it, sadly with some Republicans tagging right along. Donald Trump hasn’t gotten what he has by taking it from anybody else.
But Hillary can’t say that, and Bill Clinton can’t say that, and Elizabeth Warren can’t say that.
But they’re out there saying, “He didn’t build that! He crush everybody. He crushed everybody into the dirt.” It’s just absurd. Donald Trump is full-fledged Capitalist 101, as are many successful people, and look how they are derided. Look how they are ground into the dust and ripped to shreds as “guys who always want more.” I think the Clintons always want more, right? As far as the Clintons are concerned, enough is never enough. They’re constantly seeking more. They’re constantly usurping more. Ditto, Elizabeth Warren. Ditto, every one of these leftist leading and living off the money of other people and then seeking to be seen as compassionate in the process.
Here. She gets around to poor Hillary next…
WARREN: Just look at her history. She’s been on the receiving end of one right-wing attack after another for 25 years. But she has not never backed down. She doesn’t whine. She doesn’t run to Twitter to call her opponents fat pigs or dummies. No. She just remembers who really needs someone on their side. And she gets up and keeps right on fighting for the people who need her most.
RUSH: And this is the biggest myth under the sun, that Democrats and people like Hillary are out there doing it for other people and doing everything they can to ensure fairness and treatment and so forth for other people. Mrs. Warren, how is it the middle class hasn’t seen a wage increase in the entire eight years of Barack Hussein Obama and you people running the show? Why is that? How does so many people not working add up when you people looking out for everybody else? You’ve been looking out for the little guy for as long as I’ve been paying attention, and for as long as I’ve been pay attention, the little guy keeps getting the shaft from you people.
RUSH: Now we go from Fauxcahontas to Mrs. Clinton herself, campaign rally this morning in Cincinnati.
HILLARY: We’ve got the greatest country and the greatest economy in the world. Let’s start acting like it. And let’s make it clear that the companies have to be part of that greatness.
RUSH: There we go.
HILLARY: And let’s set the goal of making sure that Wall Street and the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes.
RUSH: Oh, what is that, 25-year-old argument, the rich aren’t paying their fair share led by Wall Street, let by the big banks. What this bite does not include — I happened to hear this; it’s right before this — she went on a tear ripping American corporations for practically being un-American and trying to subvert the economy, not paying their fair share, screwing workers, you name it, left and right. We’ve got the greatest country. We’ve got the greatest economy. We don’t anymore. We do not have a great economy right now.
We have an economy and a country in decline. And seemingly the Democrat Party is happy to manage this decline rather than to inspire and promote greatness and improvement. “We’ve got the greatest country, the greatest economy in the world, let’s start acting like it?” What the hell does that mean? Let’s start acting like it? “And let’s make it clear companies have to be part of that greatness.” As I say, this stuff is just demonstrably, provably BS. And it has been for as long as the Democrats have been using it. But a large percent of people in this country buy into it hook, line, and sinker 100 percent. Here’s the next Hillary bite.
HILLARY: We are not going to let Donald Trump bankrupt America the way he bankrupted his casinos.
RUSH: We are already.
HILLARY: We need to write a new chapter in the American dream, and it can’t be Chapter 11.
RUSH: Ha-ha. Ha-ha.
HILLARY: If you believe that Donald Trump’s wrong for America and that our best days are ahead of us, please, join us in this campaign. We are stronger together. We’re stronger when we grow together, when we lift each other up, when our economy is working for everyone, not just those at the top.
RUSH: I’ve heard this before. We’re stronger together, please join us, best days ahead, we’re stronger together. Ooh, I’m gonna be a while remembering this, but that’s important. That dates back to something specific. We’re all in this together, we’re stronger, it’s a phrase. It ties to something. I can’t recall it right off the bat. But it’s not just a phrase. It has meaning, and I’ll find it at some point. Stronger when we grow together, when we lift each other up, when our economy is working for everybody.
I hate to keep harping on this, folks, but it’s been 27 years following this stuff, and it is as wrong today as it has been for the last — it even predates 27 years. This class envy stuff. But with the economy the Democrats have created where people cants find jobs and can’t afford basic necessities, this is gonna sell. It’s the old Santa Claus argument. It’s hard to run against people who make you think they’re gonna give you whatever it is you want or need, and that’s what we are up against. Here’s Elizabeth Warren making fun of Trump. I still think he gets under their skin. I think this is an indication of it.
WARREN: Donald Trump says he’ll make America great again. It’s right there. No. It’s stamped on the front of his goofy hat. You want to see goofy? Look at him in that hat. But when Donald Trump says “great,” I ask, “Great for who, exactly?” Yeah. For millions of kids struggling to pay for an education? For millions of seniors barely surviving on Social Security? For families that don’t fly to Scotland to play golf?
RUSH: Well, for crying out loud, who gave us all of this? Who is it that has turned the entire student loan program into an albatross around college graduates’ necks? Who is it that’s basically turned the college education into its own obstacle? Who is it? It’s Democrats and their constituents.
RUSH: I just got a note, Mr. Snerdley, somebody up at the website, Dean, said, “You know what? Every time you play a Hillary bite, you might lose as much audience as most other shows have.” Meaning, she really grates on people. She just really grates on people. I already got a note today, “Please, would you not play any more Obama sound bites? We don’t need to hear the guy.”
I understand the sentiment, folks. I totally understand the sentiment. The problem is that sometimes you actually need to hear it rather than me, even if I’m quoting, even if I’m reading verbatim, it’s more effective if you actually hear. I understand the pain. I understand the suffering, particularly Hillary. I mean, that’s fingernails on a chalkboard. I mean, even when she’s making a conscious effort to sound sane, you know, reasonable, still, it’s nothing natural. There’s never anything natural about it. I know, she can’t help it. They’ve been coaching her, but she’s back to screeching. She loses it.
You know, depending on how long the sentence is, depending on where the sentence falls, she’ll revert to screeching, and no matter how many coaching sessions they’ve had, they just can’t get her to forget about it. They can’t get her to drop it. And I know it’s grating, folks. I realize it.