RUSH: Nicole in Lansing, Michigan. You’re up first today. I’m so glad you called. How are you doing?
CALLER: I’m doing well. Thanks for taking my call.
RUSH: You bet.
CALLER: I just wanted to call and say thank you. I’ve been so upset with the election and then my children come home. I’ve got a fifth, a third, and a first grader, and they are preaching, they were preaching Hillary, Hillary, Hillary to them, and then I heard you on the radio talking about your books and I just ordered some so I just wanted to call and say thank you so much, I can undo some of this now.
RUSH: Yeah, exactly. Did you hear the story, the one in San Antonio, the school where two kids did a little skit portraying the assassination of Trump?
CALLER: Are you kidding me?
RUSH: No. That was one of the first items I mentioned today in San Antonio, Texas. Here it is. “Parents slam Texas high school after two tenth graders were allowed to perform a skit portraying the assassination of Donald Trump in front of classmates.”
CALLER: It’s just disgusting what the schools have become.
RUSH: Wait ’til you hear what they are doing in San Francisco. This kind of stuff, what you described and the upcoming story in San Francisco, my point earlier, Nicole, was that all of these oddball things are going to be become glaring to people. People that didn’t think a thing about them or never noticed them are finally — we have a chance anyway — to finally expose the genuine insanity and kookism of the left by virtue of how marginalized it’s gonna be. I think it is a great opportunity.
Like this story out of San Antonio, like you say, it’s disgusting and it’s sick, and the only people that would support it are the people that you would expect to support it, and they’re the losers of this election. Hey, look, before you go, I’m just taking a flier, would you like a brand-new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus?
CALLER: I would love it. Thank you.
RUSH: Okay. Which would you like? Do you know the difference in the two?
CALLER: I don’t know.
RUSH: Okay. The iPhone 7 is the smaller of the two, 4.7-inch screen. The iPhone 7 Plus is the bigger one, 5.5-inch screen. Do you have a phone now?
CALLER: I do. I have an iPhone 6.
RUSH: An iPhone 6. Okay. So the same size as your iPhone 6. The iPhone 7 Plus will give you twice the battery life, for example.
CALLER: Oh, wow.
RUSH: Much bigger screen and two cameras with a telephoto lens, not digital zoom but it’s actually optical. It’s got a vastly improved camera. What carrier are you on?
RUSH: Sprint. Easily done. Do you have a color preference?
CALLER: I don’t.
RUSH: Say black.
CALLER: Black will be perfect.
RUSH: That’s what you will have, black 7 Plus. What you’re gonna get, Nicole, your phone is gonna come unlocked. It might have a Verizon SIM card in it but probably is not gonna have any SIM card in it. It’s unlocked. It will work wherever you take it. It will work on any carrier. That’s what unlocked means.
CALLER: Thank you so, so much.
RUSH: You will be able to take the SIM card out of your iPhone 6 and put it in this one and be up and running in a matter of seconds if that’s how you want to do it. But in the meantime, don’t hang up so Mr. Snerdley can get your address, and you will have this phone tomorrow. Make a note, Snerdley, iPhone 7 Plus black.