RUSH: The UK Daily Mail has a story that I guarantee you will not see in American media. Headline, and naturally it’s an exclusive: “‘A lot of people die out here’ and ‘all this blood…is on Obama’s hands’: Shocking images show corpses of illegal immigrants left to die after border crossings.”
Here are the subheadlines. “Rancher shares grotesque photos with MailOnline, saying Obama bears the blame for a rising death toll among illegal immigrants. Volunteer patrol network in south Texas has found 259 bodies in one county alone, maybe 20 percent of the actual body count. Border Patrol source concedes the agency has no idea how many are perishing between the border and official government checkpoints.”
Now remember what Rick Perry said, that Obama has moved the border patrol checkpoints 45 miles inland. I don’t mean in places like San Diego and Juarez and El Paso. Other border checkpoints, not major crossings. The border patrol, they’re 45 miles inland. So you cross the border and you still have 45 miles before you encounter anybody. It’s in that sliver that dead bodies are being found. And a rancher, for example, has documented it with photographs and shared the photographs with the Daily Mail. They published some with the grotesque nature of the photos pixeled out.
RUSH ARCHIVE: The very fact that you feel them proves that you are a sexist and proves that you’re born that way. It proves that you must undergo deep retraining in sensitivity counseling in order to — I mean, we’re sending professors now to sensitivity training because they do not use the term “Native American” as opposed to Indian.
RUSH: I was trying to sound like him. The next one, this is uncanny, folks. Listen to this.
RUSH ARCHIVE: This cockamamie idea now that we’ve got to get rid of surnames of sports teams because they somehow all of a sudden, after all these years, have become offensive.
BUCKLEY: Like chasing the Indians out of Dartmouth.
RUSH ARCHIVE: Yes. Yes. Or saying the Washington Redskins football team is offensive and you’ve got to get rid of the term Redskins and so forth. All of a sudden now you can’t do the Tomahawk Chop. You can’t do this as a fan at an Atlanta Braves baseball game without supposedly offending Native Americans.
RUSH: There it was, 1992. In 1992, a forerunner of what was to come, I told you, even mentioning the Washington Redskins, ladies and gentlemen. And here’s the warning. This final exchange, I tell him that I worry that all of what’s going on is part of a larger reprogramming of American youth. Here it is.
BUCKLEY: That is fanatical, isn’t it?
RUSH ARCHIVE: Yes. I mean, the attempt to redefine Christopher Columbus as the reason for all evil in the western world. I always say to people that’s what multiculturalism is all about, Bill. And I’m troubled by it. These are American kids that are being reprogrammed. Stop and think of this, what is multiculturalism? It is teaching people that which they fled in order to come here to find prosperity, a better life, what have you. And I think multiculturalism is a tool of revenge used by those who fail.
RUSH: Greetings my friends and welcome. It’s Rush Limbaugh, and our anniversary date (staff singing), 1st of August, starting our 27th year, the Excellence in Broadcasting Network. (clapping) And here is the anniversary cake that has just been presented to me by the staff. What a shock. What an absolute surprise. Could have seen this coming. You know how I knew it was coming? Because every year I ask for it not to be done. But I understand. I’m getting to the point now I appreciate it. I thank you all very much.
I’ll blow out the two candles (blowing candles out). I made a wish and the wish will now come true and there is the cake. Everybody saw the cake on the Dittocam. So there it is. Close-up shot. Here is the card presented by the staff. I have yet, of course, to open it.
It’s a white trash cake, my favorite cake. Simple white cake. Publix. Yessirree, Bob.
We’re starting our 27th year, 26th anniversary, no big deal. We did a big deal on the 20th. A little bit of a big deal on the 25th. Twenty-six is just another year. But for some reason, when I think that I’m starting my 27th year, for some reason 27 seems a lot bigger than 26. Twenty-seven, that’s a long time. And No. 1 throughout that entire period, over a quarter of a century. Numero uno.
And you know why that is? That’s because of all of you who have been unwavering in your support of this program and have been there day in and day out and admit it when anyone asks. I cannot tell you how much that means. You will never know. The degree of success that I have had in my life that is expressly due to all of you is overwhelming. My parents, if they were alive, would not believe my life. And not just because I didn’t graduate from college. They wouldn’t believe it because in their day this kind of thing was something that happened to just a rare few number of people, and it was odds more than anything else.
But it has been just a dream come true. Every day is an adult Christmas for me. And I really, I really wish everybody could enjoy the same. I wish everybody could experience it. It’s one of these things, if I could pass it out or give it away, believe me, I would.