RUSH: Again, when I boil all this down, the fact is, Trump doesn’t have anybody helping him. And I don’t mean to portray him as helpless; don’t misunderstand.
Again, I’m sorry for the redundancy, but, you know, Obama can go out and say and do whatever he wanted, and the media is backing it up and supporting and making it look brilliant and normal all day long, all night long, all week long, all month. With Trump, whatever he does, it’s portrayed as insane, dangerous, risky, uninformed, stupid, or what have you. Who is out there countering that, other than some of us in the alternative media? But it’s a never-ending on, and there has to be a plan for this.
That why I think Trump ought to continue to go out and do rallies. I think Trump ought to go out and continue to draw 20,000, 25,000, and demonstrate. Let the pictures show that the pictures the media is creating are bogus and not representative of public opinion. But that still puts the onus on Trump. If I were Trump, frankly, I’d be kind of ticked off that I have to do that. “What more do you want from me? I won.” Now he’s faced with people whining and moaning he’s not doing things fast enough or the Congress isn’t doing things fast enough.
Folks, you gotta understand here: There is a lot that has been put in the way, and presidents are not kings, and they don’t just get to sign their name to stuff and have it happen. We now have been told it’ll take 3-1/2 years to build the wall. We are told that repealing Obamacare is not gonna happen in 2018. That’s Trump that said that, not the Republicans in Congress. They may be simpatico to it. But I think a lot of people were expecting the left to realize they had lost, to lay down and get out of the way, and I tried to tell everybody that wasn’t gonna happen.