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RUSH: Debbie in Dallas. Great to have you on the EIB Network. How are… Debbie in Dallas, we actually have one here.

CALLER: Hi. How are you, Rush?

RUSH: Well, just fine, Debbie. Debbie’s one of my top 10 all-time favorite female names, by the way.

CALLER: Oh. Fabulous! So, I’m wondering if the reason that Ms. Blasey passed her lie detector test is because she actually had that exact situation happen to her but perhaps not with Kavanaugh?

RUSH: It’s quite possible. Did you hear me earlier reference the fact that the high school yearbook for this particular year in question has been scrubbed from the internet? Did you hear me mention this?

CALLER: Yes, I did.

RUSH: Okay. Well, it’s been scrubbed because it is replete with the girls in the class writing about stories of all the keg parties they had and the fun times they had when their parents weren’t around. So I’ll get into details of this after the break at the bottom. But the bottom line is if this is all true, it means it was a party school for the women as well… The men… It was a private school. The men were at other places. And they got together free time. But if that’s the case, then, yeah, it’s entirely possible that there could have been incidents like this frequently and that she might not remember who…

CALLER: I believe it. Very good. Thank you very much.

RUSH: So you think that’s what happened, then?

CALLER: I do. I think it’s exactly what happened. I think they found someone who would come forward and take that risk and that’s probably why she doesn’t want to come and testify because it’s too scary.

RUSH: Oh, wait. Wait. You think that something did happen along these lines but that she’s not sure it’s Kavanaugh, but somebody convinced her to say it was Kavanaugh?

CALLER: Yes.

RUSH: And she agreed to do this why, in your opinion?

CALLER: Because she’s a left-wing, crazy, radical lady.

RUSH: She’s a sweet, nice, thoughtful left-wing Democrat activist; right.

CALLER: Yes. Exactly.

RUSH: Okay. So it happened, but it wasn’t Kavanaugh. But you don’t think that she’s honestly disremembering this; you think she knows it wasn’t Kavanaugh but somebody’s convinced her to try to sell that it was Kavanaugh?

CALLER: That is correct.

RUSH: Okay. Debbie in Dallas, I appreciate your call. I have titillated you enough with this yearbook story, so let me share the details of it with you when we get back right back here.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: Two things before I get to the yearbook story. First one here: “Kavanaugh Accuser’s Classmate Makes New Claim and Then Backtracks and Deletes Everything.” There’s a lot of deleting going on out there. The New York Times had to issue a major, major correction. Do you know what they did? The New York Times ran a story about this guy Mark Judge (I think it’s his first name), Kavanaugh’s friend, who doesn’t remember a thing about this incident. It was claimed that he was there and so forth.

The New York Times ran a story in which they said that this guy — this friend of Kavanaugh’s, the judge — remembers the incident! It was on their website for 40 minutes! “Judge,” da-da-da-da-da, comma, “who does remember the incident, says he…” He does not! They left out the word “not”! It was up on their website for 40 minutes — an abject lie — until they corrected it. Their correction alluded to the fact (paraphrased), “Well, you know, there’s a lot of people out there promulgating fake news. Sometimes even we get caught.”

They didn’t get caught with anything. They knowingly tried to get away with it. That’s why the media has become the chief strategists of the Democrat Party, and it’s been that way for a long time. They are the power makers and breakers, and they’re the ones that are leading the charge. That wasn’t a mistake! They put it up there for as long as they could get away with it because they know in 40 minutes or 30 minutes a lot of people are gonna see it and will never see the correction.

The New York Times story made it look like that Kavanaugh’s friend is lying because he told them that he does remember the incident, when he has always said he does not, that he does not remember where it was, when it was. He doesn’t remember being in the room when anything like this happened. But the New York Times ran a story that he does, on their website, for 40 minutes. Now, here’s the other. “A woman who claims to have been classmates in high school with Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser wrote in a Facebook post on Tuesday that the “incident did happen” and it was talked about at the school for several days after it allegedly happened.

“The story quickly went viral after NBC News published a report on the claim from Cristina King Miranda — who lives in Mexico…” Cristina King Miranda writes “that the ‘incident did happen’ and it was talked about at the school for several days after it allegedly happened.” NBC’s headline was: “Accuser’s Schoolmate Says She Recalls Hearing of Alleged Kavanaugh Incident.” Well, that Facebook post has been deleted. Here’s what it said:

“‘Christine Blasey Ford was a year or so behind me, I did not know her personally but I remember her. This incident did happen. Many of us heard a buzz about it indirectly with few specific details. However[,] Christine’s vivid recollection should be more than enough for us to truly, deeply know that the accusation is true. If Kavanaugh truly has the integrity mentioned by those who support him, then he should be just as courageous as Christine and stop trying to dodge the accusations, admit his actions from so long ago, speak from the heart, and apologize.’

“However, by the time NBC News published its report, King had already appeared to start walking her claim back, writing in a now-deleted Facebook post: ‘To all media, I will not be doing anymore interviews. No more circus for me. To clarify my post: I do not have first hand knowledge of the incident that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford mentions, and I stand by my support for Christine. That’s it. I don’t have more to say on the subject. Please don’t contact me further.'”

So she writes: Oh, yeah! Everybody remembers this! People were talking about it. So the media says, “Oh, wow! We gotta track her down.” They track her down; she said, “I don’t want any part of this,” and starts deleting everything. Here’s the yearbook story. Now, the website where this first appears… Let me say up front here that I pass this on to you with some guarded knowledge. Whenever I have not heard of a website, it’s dicey, it’s tricky. But other people have cited this now and on their websites are publishing parts of it. So it may pass the test.

The website is Cultofthe1rst.blogspot.com, and the headline: “Why Christine Blasey Ford’s High School Yearbooks Were Scrubbed: Faculty Approved Racism, Binge Drinking and Promiscuity.” Now her yearbook has disappeared. Whoever had the power to do it has taken it down, and the person who wrote this story at this website saw this yearbook and writes that he was convinced that it was gonna be taken down. So he cached a bunch of pages and made copies and has it and is now running a story even though the yearbook has been taken offline.

That has to mean something. I don’t know what the website is — and, shockingly, the Drive-By Media has ignored this. But here we go: “On Monday Sept. 17th, Christine Blasey Ford’s high school yearbooks suddenly disappeared from the web. I read them days before, knew they would be scrubbed, and saved them. Why did I know they would be scrubbed? Because if roles were reversed, and Christine Blasey Ford had been nominated for the Supreme Court by President Trump, the headline by the resistance would be this:

“‘Christine Blasey Ford and the drunken white privileged racist playgirls of Holton-Arms.'” That’s the school. The yearbook portrays story after story after story of these girls laughing and joking about their beer parties, keg taps, partying while the parents are gone, whole entries in the yearbook while the parents were away, and then detailed subscriptions of the parties. This guy says, “And it would be an accurate headline. That’s why the yearbooks have been scrubbed.

“They are a testament to the incredible power these girls had over their teachers, parents and the boys of Georgetown Prep, Landon and other schools in the area. In the pages below, you will see multiple photos and references to binge drinking and the accompanying joy of not being able to remember any of it. These yearbooks are, therefore, relevant to the national investigation now being conducted in the media, in homes, and in the halls of Congress. And they should not have been scrubbed.

“If Brett Kavanaugh’s yearbooks are fair game, so are these. And you will wonder while reading them, why the hell did the faculty approve of these yearbooks? Why did the parents take out paid ads in these yearbooks? Animal House had nothing on the infamous ‘Holton party scene.’ The resistance media has been singularly focused on Brett Kavanaugh’s high school yearbooks, which imply that he got drunk and threw up. There’s no need to imply anything from the Holton-Arms yearbooks.

“It’s all there in focus, and the written word too. All of the sordid details as approved for publication by a ‘look the other way’ faculty. And now it’s available for historical/evidentiary review. It is to this wild Holton culture we must look in order to shed light on the last minute accusation by Christine Blasey. And in the official high school chronicles of this era, we find many names of people who can provide relevant evidence. Christine ‘Chrissy’ Blasey alleges she cannot recall the exact date, place or names of people who were at the party in question.

“This research is intended to refresh her recollection and the recollections of others who may recall key facts. (In this report, last names have been redacted and faces obscured, other than the picture of Chrissy Blasey seen below.) The yearbook title is SCRIBE. The relevant issues are SCRIBE ’82, SCRIBE ’83 and SCRIBE ’84, corresponding to Blaseys’s sophomore, junior and senior years, when she and her classmates … were 15-17 year old juveniles.” Anyway, it goes on. There are pictures of the students while participating in beer parties, drinking parties — looking disheveled, looking drunk, happy — describing what it was like to be able to party when the parents were not around.

Here’s one: “While the parents were out,” and it’s an annual screenshot of what looks like a school newspaper story. It seems to indicate that these parties were frequent and all that. So this is out there. It will be totally ignored by the mainstream and Drive-By Media. But it does dovetail. You know, Debbie in Dallas called and said, “I think it happened. I think this all happened. I think she just may not remember with whom it happened. And this yearbook and the fact that it’s been scrubbed, all three of them, ’82, ’83, ’84, do you cause you to raise eyebrows. “Why scrub the yearbooks?”

(interruption)

Were high schools partying like this in Cape Girardeau when I was coming up? Well, yeah, I mean, there were… It was a big deal to get a six-pack when you were in high school. I, of course, wasn’t. I started work when I was 16. But, yeah. It was a big deal. The difference is, none of those parties made the yearbook. (chuckling) You know, we didn’t take pictures and publish stories about the grand parties. We did not make public all the great things we did at our parents’ homes when they were away — which apparently is all over these yearbooks.

(interruption)

Well, I don’t think that’s different from any high school at any other time. Teenagers are always gonna flit around, play around, try to partake of things denied them because of age or what have you. There’s nothing abnormal about that.

(interruption)

So what? What’s the point? (interruption)

Mmm-hmm.

(interruption)

Go ahead. Just ask it.

(interruption)

“What were the boys like…?” What do you…? In terms of what? Let me just tell you this. Let me just tell you this. You’re asking me about… In no way do I remember the girls leading these parties. They might have had them amongst themselves and we didn’t know. But what are you getting at here? “What were the boys like?” Well, you’re asking me. Mine were in the sixties. This is in 1982, ’83, ’84 — and today, it’s 36 years ago! Which makes this even that much more absurd.

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