RUSH: The salesperson obviously thought that The Oprah couldn’t afford the $38,100 bag. Maybe it’s because The Oprah’s fat. (interruption) Well, that’s another thing. How was The Oprah dressed? She didn’t look like The Oprah, obviously. Was she wearing a jumpsuit with tennis shoes, maybe Air Jordans that were not laced up? Who knows? Maybe the judgment that the Oprah couldn’t afford the $38,100 bag had nothing to do with her race, because aren’t the Swiss enlightened in that regard?
I mean, aren’t Europeans?
There isn’t any racism in Europe, right? There really isn’t! There’s no discrimination. There’s no racism. There’s no class envy. There’s… (interruption) Oh, she was wearing a Donna Karen skirt and sandals. Hmmm. Hmmm. How…? (interruption) Would the sales clerk know it was a Donna Karen skirt? (interruption) Do you think the sandals did it? Switzerland, August, sandals? Look, don’t most people think that the fat and the obese are poor and stupid? Isn’t there that prejudice around out there?
Where do you see fat people? Where do you see them? You see them at places where things don’t cost very much. Well, I’m just saying. Isn’t it possible? I’m just throwing it out there.