RUSH: This Nancy in Cincinnati. Great to have you. How are you doing?
CALLER: I’m well. How are you doing?
RUSH: Super. Thank you.
CALLER: I just returned from Israel just today. I was there from Saturday on and was just really struck with how different what I saw in the news was from what was actually happening. As we drove into Jerusalem on Saturday, there were American flags everywhere, American flags paired with Israeli flags, and I noticed that you never saw the building on the news. You just saw those arrows pointing to the U.S. embassy, was almost all you saw.
That’s because the building was covered with “Trump Make Israel Great” banners, huge banners. Almost every corner you went around had a “Trump Make Israel Great.” Trump’s name was everywhere. And when I watched the news, I thought, “Oh, this will be hilarious to see on the news.” You didn’t see. All you saw was the arrows pointing to where the —
CALLER: Embassy was gonna be or directions to the embassy.
RUSH: And then we went from that to Trump being blamed for what Hamas was doing to its own people.
CALLER: Exactly. And they kept saying split screen, split screen showing that, you know, any time they showed the ceremony, they would show that going on, and, you know, of course family was worried that you’re dodging bullets. I was just amazed at how different —
RUSH: I’m so glad you saw it, I’m so glad, because you now can tell anybody and everybody, as you’ve just done here, how fake — this is a great example of what fake news is, and you saw it, you were there. I’m glad you got through. I appreciate it.