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RUSH: We have Casey in Sandpoint, Idaho. Glad you called, sir, I appreciate your patience in waiting. Hello.

CALLER: No problem. Thanks for taking my call, Rush.

RUSH: Yes, sir.

CALLER: Yeah. So I think one of the many things that they’re also trying to do right now is undermine Trump’s Supreme Court nomination with this and what I mean by that is I think they’re giving cover to people like Murkowski, Susan Collins, Jeff Flake, red state, their blue state Democrats like Joe Manchin and giving them an excuse saying Trump’s too erratic, he can’t even decide what he’s doing with this whole Russia narrative, and, you know, we need to take more time and analyze this before the midterm elections. I think they’re just trying to run out the clock and hope —

RUSH: I think it’s more — wait, wait, wait. It’s more than running out the clock. They are going to try to destroy this nomination. They’re not gonna sit back and just let it happen. I don’t think they’re just trying to sway Murkowski and Susan Collins. They’re gonna Bork this guy. They’re not gonna try to just go after a couple of senators to vote against hum. They’re gonna try to destroy Kavanaugh, folks. They’re gonna go after him any which way they can. They Borked Bork. They’ve given other nominations a run for the money. And that’s what they’re gonna do here.

That’s one of the reasons for destabilizing and weakening Trump. And basically one of the ways they’re gonna go about this is, “Look, Trump may be a Russian agent. The Russians meddled in our elections, and Trump will not say so. And he knows. So Trump has gotta be a Russian agent. And we can’t let Russian agents nominate judges on the Supreme Court.” It’s gonna go like this.

And then the media will pick it up and run with it no matter how odd, how weird, how insulting it is, they’ll pick it up and run with it as though it’s mainstream thought. And we’ll be off to the races.

Here’s another little detail you might like to know. The story is from the Washington Free Beacon. “Liberals Send Female Senate Democrats ‘Pee-Proof’ Underwear to Oppose Trump’s SCOTUS Pick.

You heard me right.

“Liberals are sending care packages to female Democratic senators to oppose Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh, including ‘pee-proof’ underwear to use in their opposition to President Trump’s court pick. THINX and Icon, the companies behind the ‘period sex blanket’ and absorbent underwear for bladder leaks, sent ‘endurance packages’ to senators Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D., N.Y.)”

Do you need me to translate this? They want them to be able to filibuster, and they want them to be able to sit in their chairs or stand and pee without having to go to the bathroom and without getting it all over themselves. So liberals are sending them essentially diapers, care packages, pee-proof underwear.

These two companies “create underwear that champion and support bodies throughout different stages of life … from first periods to post-menopause and all the little leaks in between.” That’s actual advertising lingo. “From your first period to post-menopause and all the little leaks in between, THINX and Icon aim to empower their customers with sustainable solutions, all while breaking taboos around menstruation and bladder leaks.”

So you’ll no longer feel stigmatized by having your period when you’re railing against Kavanaugh. You’ll no longer feel stigmatized by having to urinate while you’re standing up there and reaming Kavanaugh. Wear our leak proof underwear and go ahead and oppose Kavanaugh all you want and leak all you want and nobody will ever know because of our underwear. You will not have to abandon your filibuster. You will not have to leave the floor of the Senate. You can pee or bleed or leak at any time you want as long as you continue to savage Kavanaugh.

(interruption) What? I don’t know what color. You’re asking me? Let’s see. Oh, here’s more advertising lingo. The special go-ahead-and-leak-in-it underwear “will help them ‘protect women’s rights’ by blocking Kavanaugh’s appointment, according to the press release. The ‘Endurance Packages’ include one pair of Icon ‘moderate absorbency underwear,’ which holds between six and eight teaspoons of urine.”

Look, you can get mad at me, folks, but this is the news in the Washington Free Beacon because of a press release from these two companies whose products are being purchased by liberal donors and being sent to Democrat senators, female senators. So the Endurance Package, moderate absorbency underwear, holds between six and eight teaspoons of urine. “A pair of Icon’s Hi-Waist underwear retails for $39. The company explains how the product works,” And I’m quoting here from the advertising brochure. “Pee goes in. You feel dry. No leaks. No smell. Rinse. Repeat.”

See, you can filibuster and pee and leak all day long with our absorbent underwear, as long as you continue to savage and destroy Trump’s Supreme Court nominee. You know, I think sending one of these to Patrick “Leaky” Leahy might be a public service. Maybe even Pencil Neck Schiff. There’s a lot of Democrat male senators that I can see wearing female underwear for this express reason. Pee goes in, you feel dry, no leaks, no smell, rinse, repeat, destroy nominee.


RUSH: I’ve been asked in the email, a couple of people via email have asked me not to mention pee-proof female underwear while the Russians are meddling in our elections. I get it. But I thought you at least needed to know this is one of the techniques the Democrats are using to defeat Kavanaugh, to make sure the women don’t have to leave the floor, the chair, or wherever they happen to be.

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