JEANTEL: Well, the jury, they see their fact. None offense to the jury, they old. That’s old school people. We in the new school, our generation, my generation.
RUSH: God help us. Ahem. God help us. So Rachel says, “Well, the jury, they see their fact. None offense to the jury, they old. That’s old school people. We in the new school, our generation, my generation.” Now, all day today CNN has had their pseudo-intellectual analysts and guests on commenting on this and other comments. They are impressed as they can be with Rachel. This Rachel. They wish this Rachel had shown up on the trial. (interruption)
JEANTEL: Any kind. Chinese could say, “Nigga!” “That’s my chino nigga.” They can say that.
RUSH: This was between nine and ten p.m. last night on CNN, who are in a quest to become the, again, most respected news organization in the country, perhaps even the world. So “nigga” with an A on the end… (interruption) Well, I think I can now. Isn’t that the point? ‘Cause it’s not racist. That’s the point. I could be talking about “a male.” I could be talking about a Chinese male, a guy at the Laundromat. You could be talking about a man.
That’s what she said it means. (interruption) Hey, new school! New school. (interruption) She IS the authority! This is the point, Snerdley: She is the authority. She was on CNN last night. She was presented as the authority, and the CNN commentators all day today have been wondering why this brilliant woman didn’t show up and say these things on the stand. They’re deeply troubled that they didn’t get this Rachel in the trial.