RUSH: Obama Is FUMING About PRAISE Of Trump’s Foreign Trip

RUSH: My contention is that this bothers Barack Obama greatly. I think that Obama cannot stand that Trump is even being shown respect.

I’ll tell you something, folks. Do not doubt me on this. When Obama first visited the Saudis remember he bowed and did all that? And the Saudis, they were respectful, but they didn’t hail Obama or his visit. The Saudis went nuts over Trump. The king of Saudi Arabia was saying for the first time we may actually be able to move forward and make progress on things we have in common, fighting terrorism, whatever. Forget whether or not the Saudis meant it. That’s not the point.

The fact is, you’re Obama, you’re the smartest man in the world ever, you’re the best president ever, you’re the most widely respected, adored, and loved president ever. And you love the Middle East, and you love the Iranians, which is your problem with the Saudis, but still. You go over there and they don’t make a big deal out of you being there. Your media has to do that for you.

Trump goes over there and they act like it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to Saudi Arabia that Donald Trump showed up. So you’re Obama and you think you’re the greatest thing that’s ever been, because you’ve been told that your whole life, particularly the last eight years, the world media has bowed down to you and told you you’re the best of anything that’s ever been alive.

And you see Trump being treated better, with more respect than you got, and I guarantee you, if you’re Obama, it would make you fume. And I’ll guarantee you that Michelle Obama’s doing a Rosalynn Carter bit, jabbing him, “You gonna let him get away with that?” Remember Nixon’s funeral? It’s the exact same thing, folks.


RUSH: Do not doubt me on this. Rosalynn Carter was a vicious loyalist. I say that in a complimentary way. She stood by her guy. She wasn’t gonna let Jimmy Carter get run down.

And I guarantee you, they could not believe what they were hearing, with Nixon being praised, his outreach to China. Kissinger was talking about the brilliance of Nixon and all this. And I guarantee you this happened with Trump. Remember, they think he’s the biggest walking joke ever. He’s the biggest buffoon. He stole the election, he worked with the Russians. He’s uncouth, he’s barbaric, he’s a pig. And here everybody overseas is in love with the guy except NATO and Theresa May.

And Obama’s sitting there fuming about it. So what does Obama do? Obama has to get it on the act. He just can’t let this go by. He just can’t let it exist on its own, so he goes over to Berlin to the Brandenburg Gate near where he made a speech as a candidate, and he had to start running down parts of Trump’s agenda.


Limbaugh Joins The Condemnation Of The ‘Studly’ Republican Who Beat Up A ‘Pajama Boy’ Reporter

RUSH: In Montana — ladies and gentlemen, I must do something. I must join the chorus of people condemning what happened out there. This manly, obviously studly Republican candidate in Montana took the occasion to beat up a pajama-clad journalist, a Pajama Boy journalist out there.

The story is he grabbed his neck and threw the guy to the ground because the journalist was being insolent and disrespectful and whiny and moany and accusatory. And the manly, studly Republican simply didn’t realize that on the big stage you can’t do this kind of stuff and kicked the guy’s ass to the ground. This cannot be accepted. This must be condemned. I wonder how many people in Montana are now gonna vote for the guy, though? (laughing)

I’m serious. What are the early voting numbers out there? I’m confused. I’ve seen that 70% have early voted and in another story 30% have early voted. Today is election — oh. And there’s a brave newspaper out there, a brave newspaper withdrew its endorsement for this studly, manly, brutish Republican. His name is Gianforte, Greg Gianforte, and he didn’t like this reporter who’s indistinguishable from your average Millennial man today, virtually indistinguishable. He’s from the U.K. Guardian.

Gianforte just kind of lost it out there. Then they made a statement. They released a tape and the statement didn’t match up with what you hear on the tape, and so now Gianforte is being routinely condemned and criticized by no less than Nancy Pelosi. Grab audio sound bite number 24. Even Paul Ryan was asked. “Do you think he should apologize?” (paraphrasing) “Hell, yeah, he should apologize. This is not the kind of thing we generally approve of, you know, beating up on journalists.” But again, you have to wonder how many voters in Montana, you just have to wonder how many voters in Montana. Here’s Pelosi, here’s what she said.

PELOSI: To see this person who wants to be the one representative into the House of Representatives from Montana be sort of a wannabe Trump, you know, use language like that, treat people harshly like that. That’s his model. Donald Trump’s his model. And we’ve really got to say, “Come on, behave. Behave.” It was outrageous.

RUSH: It was outrageous. When did Trump beat up a reporter? It hasn’t happened, right? Trump’s never thrown a reporter to the ground. The opposite’s happened.



Rush Caller Says “If Every Republican Candidate Picked Up A Reporter And Slammed Them I Would Donate Till I Was Bankrupt”

Rush Caller Says “If Every Republican Candidate Picked Up A Reporter And Slammed Them I Would Donate Till I Was Bankrupt”

RUSH: We have Joe from Billings, Montana, leading off. Great to have you, sir. What’s up? How’s it happening?

CALLER: Rush, glad to talk to you. I’m on my way in a few minutes to vote out here, as a matter of fact. And I wanted to say that if every Republican candidate in the country picked up a reporter and threw him to the ground, it would increase my chances exponentially of voting for them.

RUSH: No kidding.

CALLER: No kidding. Absolutely. Every single Republican candidate for the House — of course, there’s no election for two years — but if they wanted to pick up a reporter and slam them, I would donate ’til I was bankrupt, Rush.

RUSH: Now, you realize you are openly endorsing the inflicting of pain?

CALLER: Well —

RUSH: Ben Jacobs is the reporter’s name, by the way, and I think he should put some ice on it. But anyway, I’m sorry, what were you saying?

CALLER: I was saying I do realize I am openly advocating inflicting pain, but maybe it’s for the greater good.

RUSH: Inflicting pain for the greater good.

CALLER: Absolutely, Rush. I think that the more reporters get thrown down, first of all, we might have better reporting and less rude reporters. That’s one thing. And the other thing is we might have smarter reporting in the in the future, although one could never guarantee such a thing.

RUSH: Now, how would that work? How would slamming a Millennial young male reporter to the ground increase their reporting ability?

CALLER: I think perhaps reporters might be more polite, that’s one thing, going forward. And perhaps they might think through — if you look at —

RUSH: Let me see if I understand your thinking. They’re sitting there thinking if they ask the wrong question they’re gonna get beat up and thrown on the ground, and that might change the way they ask the question; is that right? Might be more respectful. Well, there you have it. There’s our first voter on the way to the polls in Montana, endorsing the action of the Republican candidate, Greg Gianforte. And of course we here at the EIB Network, we thoroughly and wholeheartedly condemn all such behavior at all times.



RUSH: I mean, the media is conducting a political assassination. It’s beyond a coup, folks. I mean, what’s going on is beyond a coup. And the leak story has now taken on new levels here that — like the U.K. prime minister, Theresa May, is gonna lecture Trump in a meeting today for what the New York Times is leaking about details of the bombing in Manchester, as though Trump has anything to say about what ends up in the New York Times.

But apparently U.S. intelligence sources leaked whatever they knew to British media and other media, and pictures of the bomb, remnants of the bomb and so forth appeared. The U.K. prime minister is very, very, very upset and is gonna call Trump on the carpet for allowing this and making this happen. Does she not know? Does she really not know that Trump has nothing to say over what’s in the New York Times? I go through the news, folks, it is surreal.


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