RUSH: Randall in Cincinnati as we head back to the phones. Welcome, sir. Great to have you here.
CALLER: Good to be here, Rush. Mega, MAGA, dynamic, African-American dittos to you.
RUSH: Well, thank you, sir. Thank you.
CALLER: (chuckles) I worked for the postal service for over 20 years, and, I’m telling you, these packages were never meant to be delivered or to explode. They were meant to be found. All of the characteristics we are trained to look for in explosive packages are exhibited in these packages.
RUSH: What do you mean, “meant to be found”? Tell about that in our limited time. What do you mean, “meant to be found”? ‘Cause they all were found.
CALLER: Meant to be found. They all have the characteristics that we’re trained to look for, Rush. They were not in the correct packages. They were misshapen packages, okay? Excessive or not enough postage with stamps. They weren’t taken to a post office. They were dropped off probably at a processing facility, okay?
RUSH: Isn’t the point of a mail bomb that you want somebody to open the damn thing?
CALLER: It is!
RUSH: It’s gotta look natural, normal, like almost like somebody’s expecting it?
CALLER: Maybe. Unless it’s meant to be found, unless it is meant to be found. Maybe the… We haven’t been told if they were —
RUSH: Well, no, no. No. Of course. Of course. I mean, if you really wanted the thing to blow up, you need to have it opened. If it’s meant to explode, it’s got to look real, like somebody would open it without giving it a second thought! And what you’re saying is, this is not that. This stands out as being unusual and oddball. I’m glad you called. That helps me understand this. I hadn’t thought of it that way.
RUSH: The Drive-By Media is trying to make these so-called bombs sound as deadly as possible. They’re trying to convince you that a Trump supporter with Trump’s encouragement sent them, even though they don’t know. They want to create that impression so that it will not leave your brain.