RUSH: Let’s go to the audio sound bites. Again I told you earlier that Cookie put together this great A-B, side-by-side comparison where I get to demonstrate that you should not doubt me when I tell you who liberals are, what they believe, how they’re gonna say it, when they’re gonna say it, what they’re gonna do, when they’re gonna do it. Up first, me, July 27th on this program…
RUSH ARCHIVE: I’m guaranteeing you: Most Democrats, when they hear “Russian meddling,” they think Russia got in there and the changed enough votes for Trump to win.
RUSH: I know liberals. I know them better than they know themselves. You know why? I’m more honest about what they believe than they are. I will tell you far more honestly what any liberal intends to do, wants to do, believes in, than they ever will. Don’t doubt me. These people, after a year and a half of hearing their blessed media — CNN, the New York Times, whatever — talk about all this Russian collusion, they really believe that Putin and Trump colluded and stole some votes.
Last night on CNN’s Fredo Prime Time, Fredo Cuomo was talking to Rosie O’Donnell about Russian meddling in the election. Fredo said, “The Russian interference is a known fact. The impact on the election is not a known fact. You believe the actual outcome was rigged or just that there were efforts.” Now, of all the Democrats you could go get to validate the idea that the Russians and Trump actually changed votes, who do you go get? Rosie O’Donnell! You put Rosie O’Donnell on Fredo Prime Time to lead the charge that Trump and Russia actually changed the outcome of elections.
O’DONNELL: I do believe it was rigged. I don’t believe it was efforts. And if you listen to all of our mainstream intelligence people, they believe it too.
O’DONNELL: Did they come in there and make Trump win when every single exit poll and every person in America knew for sure that Hillary Clinton was gonna win? Do you think that there was anything to do with Russia or just a real big swell for Donald Trump in these specific areas with the same exact (snickers) amount of votes that were needed? I don’t know. It looks very hanky (sic) to me.
RUSH: Very, very hanky. “We all know that the exit polls…” Here we are with the exit polls again. See, the exit polls count more than actual votes, and the exit polls showed Hillary was gonna win. No, they didn’t. Because, Rosie, if the exit polls had shown Hillary was gonna win, there wouldn’t have been a network anchor meltdown about 8 p.m. But there was. Chris Wallace was the first that I saw who realized what might be happening, the first to call what might be happening. That was around 8 o’clock on the Fox News Channel. Now, I admit I wasn’t watching ’em all. But see the point? She’s convinced! She’s convinced that the actual votes were changed.
This is what, a year and a half of this never ending news coverage, and what does she say here? Our mainstream intelligence people believe it too. Mainstream intelligence people? You know what she means? The New York Times calling current and former intelligence officials, these were the anonymous people who were quoted four or five times per story per day. So she just Hoovered it on up, and she buys into every bit of it, and she’s not the only one. The next A-B, side-by-side comparison, me, yesterday on this program.
RUSH ARCHIVE: They think they live in a world where everybody now hates Trump. It’s what they tell themselves. They live in a world where everybody now realizes the mistake they made voting for Trump. They live in a world where, in their view, everybody is embarrassed of Trump every day and wishes that they could take back their vote.
RUSH: And, once again, that noted political analyst and consultant, Rosie O’Donnell, once again appearing on Fredo Prime Time last night on CNN, question: “Are you worried about the outcome of the midterm elections?”
O’DONNELL: On Election Day we’re gonna show up in a huge way, in a way that we haven’t ever seen before in the United States. I believe that Trump is loathed in America, that people are embarrassed and ashamed of who he is and that, come Election Day, we’re going to stand up at the polls and let him know. People were paid since he went down on the escalator. He pays people to show up at those rallies —
CUOMO: Right. I don’t know that that’s —
O’DONNELL: You can look at all the requests for extras to come and cheer and with signs for him. You can find those tangible pieces of evidence. Those are not real rallies. This is not real.
RUSH: Is everything — I mean, everything I say about these people, they confirm it! Just last hour ago I was telling you they don’t think rallies are real, that they don’t mean anything. But did you hear her say people are gonna show up in a huge way, in a way we haven’t seen, Trump is loathed in America, people are embarrassed and ashamed of who he is.
I said this yesterday and many days prior. Here comes Rosie O’Donnell on Fredo live on CNN and I guarantee you she was not listening to me yesterday because had she been, she wouldn’t give me the credit here for calling her out; so she doesn’t know I said this. That’s what she actually thinks. And now people are paid to go to the Trump rallies.
Rosie, I have a name for you. Since you’re doing all this great research, I want you to look up a name: Robert Creamer, C-r-e-a-m-e-r. Robert Creamer. You might find him, he’s the husband of a Democrat congresswoman from Illinois named Jan Schakowsky. Robert Creamer actually pays activists from the Hillary Clinton campaign fund to show up at Trump rallies and disrupt them. And Robert Creamer met with Barack Obama over 50 times in the Oval Office to plan these strategies.
So, Rosie, you’re right, there are people being paid to show up at Trump rallies, but you’re wrong about who. The sign carrying, card-carrying bullies, violent-prone lunatics are bought and paid for with Hillary Clinton campaign money or Democrat National Committee campaign money.
And you may think, “Rush, why are you playing Rosie?” Hey, they put her on CNN in prime time. She must be a valid spokeswoman for the Democrat thought process. She must represent mainstream left-wing thinking here, otherwise she wouldn’t be on CNN in prime time. They’re the ones that put her there, not me. I’m telling you, she is typical. We have two more here. This is me from July 19th on this program.
RUSH ARCHIVE: When they lose, it can’t be because they have been rejected by voters. No; there has to be some nefarious reason. There has to be tampering. There has to be meddling. There has to be collusion. And in the process, they have done a great job of making so many millions of Americans question the integrity of elections now. The Democrat Party base, believe me, combined IQ of less than that of a pencil eraser. And I’ll guaran-damn-tee you that every one of those people, every election they lose is now gonna believe that it was rigged.
RUSH: And for the final time, Rosie O’Donnell last night on Fredo Prime Time on CNN.
O’DONNELL: Unless he goes in and has the Russians kind of fix it like he did last time in 2016, you know, we’re gonna see him gone.
RUSH: See? Unless the Russians fix it again, because when the Democrats lose, it’s not illegitimate. Brief time-out. We’ll be back. The message: Do not doubt me.
RUSH: Here is Claudia — it is Claudia or Claudia? I’ve heard it pronounced a bunch of different ways. She’s in Chicago. Great to have you. How are you?
CALLER: Well, I’m pretty good, Rush. Good to talk with you. I am thrilled. I’m one of those seasoned citizens that has been voting conservative Republican ever since Barry Goldwater. And my question today — I’m just thrilled to talk with you, because you have educated me ever since 1991 and I feel much better educated than if I hadn’t heard you.
RUSH: Well, thank you.
RUSH: Wait a minute, whoa, whoa, whoa.
RUSH: Where did you first hear that?
CALLER: Where did I first hear it? I think on your show.
CALLER: You were talking about it — a clip, I believe, that you played —
RUSH: You mean mere minutes ago?
RUSH: Oh! Oh. You’re talking about Rosie O’Donnell on Fredo live.
RUSH: Right, right, right. I thought you meant it had been out there much longer than that.
CALLER: Well, I’ve been out there a long time, but that was the clip that I’d heard.
CALLER: I heard it before, not necessarily on your show, but —
RUSH: There is no other show.
CALLER: I don’t agree that he would do that. I honestly don’t. But then I sort of have rose-colored glasses on things like that. I like Trump. I did not like him at first. I did not.
RUSH: Let me explain it. Let me explain this to you because you’ve raised a good point. These rallies are overflowing, just as they were during the campaign. They were ignored in the campaign, and the professionals, the consultants, the political scientists, the establishment crowd all said this doesn’t mean anything. Crowds show up at political rallies. No big deal. They discarded it and they continue to discard it.
Your question is if Trump is so hated, why does he continue to draw such crowds? Well, look, both things can be true. He can be hated by the Democrats and still put together a crowd of 20,000 or 25,000. Neither of those two cancel each other out. But the fact that Trump is continuing to do overflow crowds among his base obliterates the idea that there are Republicans embarrassed and wished they hadn’t voted for him.
RUSH: You think Rosie O’Donnell appearing last night on Fredo Live on CNN…? Do you think that Rosie might be upset at Barack Obama for letting the Russians get in there and affect the election? ‘Cause all… Well, we know all of that happened when Obama was president. All of the spying, all the Russian intrusion, the Russian meddling and whatever else they think happened, all happened when Obama was in the White House. Why’s she not mad at Obama for not stopping it?