RUSH: Sunday’s Washington Post ran a big, blaring headline: “Thousands of ICE Detainees Claim They Were Forced into Labor, a Violation of Anti-Slavery Laws." Now, wow, that sounds really bad. I bet right now you’re asking, “What’s this all about, El Rushbo?”
RUSH: I think the one thing you all can do is demonstrate however you do it that you are with Trump, that you're not wavering, that this is not causing you to weaken or lose resolve in any way, shape, manner, or form.
RUSH: Another leak here of the upcoming Trump budget, but this one's kind of cool.
RUSH: You can bet that this will come under legal attack, as did the first one.
RUSH: Didn't we just have a week's worth of media outrage at the untrue report that Reince Priebus had requested the FBI to knock down a story? That was the false New York Times story about continual contact with the Russians. We were told, it's not the FBI's job to knock down stories. And yet here comes Comey asking, as the FBI director, to knock down a story.
RUSH: It's like the old question from Pascal: Is it tougher to believe that something that's never happened will happen or that something that has happened will happen again? Well, we've got something here that's happened.
RUSH: What, does Trump go over to your house, grab the Aunt Jemima recipe there and start baking up the pancakes for you?
RUSH: Are you ready for this? Loretta Lynch made a video, and in this video, she is making a plea to leftist protesters to keep it up. She actually asked for more blood and death on the streets.
RUSH: Well, if Trump is right, and if Obama or an agent has actively been surveilling and wiretapping the Republican presidential candidate, that makes Watergate look like Romper Room. It would be the culmination times five of what Nixon was anticipating or hoping to do in Watergate.
RUSH: There it is, right up there again! Look at the headline on CNN: "Trump (Without Evidence) Accuses Obama of Wiretapping." Have you ever seen that same headline: "Democrats (Without Evidence) Accuse Trump of Conspiring with Russians"? I'm telling you, the hatred these people have! That's what it is.
RUSH: A month and a half later, Trump claims Obama wiretapped him, and the New York Times writer says, “There’s no evidence of that.” Well, was there no evidence when you wrote about it in January or did you forget what you wrote in January?
RUSH: Andy's been writing about this shall we say "scandal," uncovered scandal, for months. Trump's tweet on Saturday morning exploded that scandal in front of everybody's face.
RUSH: Trump's allegation — a serious charge — has got more basis in fact and reality than the charge that the Russians hacked the election. Trump's allegation about Obama and his administration has much more legitimacy, much more weight, much more credence.
RUSH: Let me ask you a question. Is it unreasonable, is it unreasonable that President Trump would suspect he's being spied on? It's not unreasonable, is it? Telephone calls that he's made to presidents of other countries have been leaked, transcripts have been leaked.
RUSH: No longer is this just gonna be a long list of stories that I might mention on the program. Now, you will get specifically the stories that I talk about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but ran out of time. It's going to be more of a real-time base feature rather than just a generic list of places that I go to prep the show.