Trump Rally Crowd Recycles “Lock Her Up” for DiFi

RUSH: I want to let you hear, if you didn’t see it… By the way, Trump rallies? Fox News has stopped carrying ’em now front to back. Have you noticed that? You have to find a Trump rally either on I think one America network, or you can get ’em on C-SPAN. But Fox no longer goes wall-to-wall. I don’t think there’s anything to be said about it. I just think that these guys go on for an hour and a half, and they don’t stop to run commercials doing them, and they are now campaign rallies. Since we’re in the heat of the campaign season.

So I think Fox is dialing back, you know, on the potential equal time claims, even though there aren’t any Democrats doing rallies like this. So my point is that not as many people are seeing them. And last night this… It’s such a contrast. I have to tell you, folks. And I… This is the kind of thing that you just… If you have any observational powers at all, you can’t miss this. These people at Trump rallies, they’re not violent, they are not threatening, they’re not intimidating, and they’re not dangerous.

And they don’t make anybody feel in danger or threatened. These are people having a great time. These are people that are upbeat and happy, they are excited to be where they are. They are part of something that matters greatly to them. They want to be involved and they are. The contrast to the makeup of people and their behavior, the Trump rally and your average, ordinary Democrat protest is striking!

You contrast the people at this rally last night, it was at Council Bluffs, Iowa. You contrast that with that unforgivable picture, to me, of these kids clawing at the front door of the Supreme Court Saturday afternoon. (Impression), “Let us in! Let us in! Let us in!” Banging on the door and clawing at the door trying to get in. I didn’t know if I was watching the Wicked Witch of the West’s army or what, but it was certainly nothing that was inspiring or promoted, or you wanted to be part of.

The Trump rallies are the exact opposite. And I don’t mean the people at Trump rallies are a bunch of nerds and dryballs. Don’t misunderstand. They’re just wholesome people, and they’re having a good time, and there’s nothing threatening or intimidating. And there’s a lot of laughter and just general happiness. And you never see that at any Democrat sponsored event.

And even if you do have some happy people in the Democrat sponsored event audience, it isn’t gonna last long because the Democrat on stage is gonna get mad and outraged and get everybody else ticked off. And I want you to hear a little bit of the Trump rally last night. It’s about a minute’s worth. The Trump rally crowd has found a way… They found a way to recycle and keep “lock her up” relevant and current.

THE PRESIDENT: How about Senator Feinstein? That’s another beauty —

CROWD: (grumbling)

THE PRESIDENT: That’s a beauty. “Did you leak the documents?” (impression), “Uh, uh, what? What? No, I… Did we leak? Did we leak? No. No. No, we didn’t… Did you ever see? No.” She says, “No. He just said no, we didn’t leak.”

CROWD: (chanting) Lock her up!

THE PRESIDENT: And I think they’re talking about Feinstein. Can you believe it…? Was that the worst body language? Honestly. In other words, did she leak it? A hundred percent. You don’t hand matches to an arsonist, and you don’t give power to an angry left-wing mob, and that’s what the Democrats have become.

CROWD: (cheering)

RUSH: You don’t hand matches to an arsonist. You don’t give power to an angry… Oh. By the way, that word “mob.” The left is incensed that Trump is calling their supporters the mob. And so now there are left-wing stories defining the word “mob” both on dictionaries and in Wikipedia and trying to make case that it’s Republican crowds that are the mob and not Democrats.

They’re really… A bunch of Democrats, elected Democrats are just indignant and offended that Trump is daring to call their supporters a mob. They’re just, they’re so unused to having it thrown right back at ’em with the same force they dish it out. They are so unused to having their ideas and behavior being criticized, and they really can’t stand being laughed at. Oh, oh-ho-ho. So now Dianne Feinstein, “Lock her up!”

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RUSH: Here’s Matt in Omaha. Great to have you, sir. Welcome to the EIB Network.

CALLER: El Rushbo, mega dittos from Nebraska.

RUSH: Thank you, sir.

CALLER: Been a lifer here in Omaha, and very grateful to hear your voice over here. Thank you very much.

RUSH: I appreciate that very much. Thank you.

CALLER: I was at the Trump rally last night, and staggering as it may seem —

RUSH: Wait. You went over to Council Bluffs?

CALLER: Yes, I did, sir.

RUSH: You must not be far away. You’re on the border?

CALLER: Exactly.

RUSH: All right. Yeah. Make sense.

CALLER: When we finally got in… We stood in line for about five hours, finally got in through the downpour of rain, and there was almost as many women in attendance as there were men. Some women were there with their mothers, some with their young children. I was amazed how many women were actually in attendance last night.

RUSH: Why? Why were you amazed?

CALLER: Well, I just keep hearing that the suburban women have completely left the Republican Party, and that was an exact opposite of what I witnessed last night at a political rally.

RUSH: Well, I can imagine you were surprised. If you’ve been buying into the idea that women hate Republicans because of abortion and Trump being a misogynist and all that, then show up at a Trump rally and it’s at least 50% women, I can imagine you’d be a little boondoggled by that.

CALLER: It was. I don’t know if you got any feedback from any other of the Trump rallies that you get feedback from, but —

RUSH: Well, what about husband? You said mothers and daughters. Were the husbands there? Can you detect the men were husbands or were they —

CALLER: The guy that I was sitting next to brought his daughter. He took her out of school all day so he could bring his daughter. I was just amazed that… I don’t think that there’s any misogyny whatsoever of the Republican base. I think that —

RUSH: Of course there isn’t! This idea that this Republican War on Women is a completely manufactured lie! You know, Mitt Romney being asked in a debate by in response, “Do you think states ought to have the right to ban contraception?” “What? Who’s talking about doing that, George? I don’t care.” “Do you think so?”

Romney stumbled around, stumbled around, and finally made the mistake of answering the question. “Romney says X on contraception! Republican War on Women was reborn and reignited!” It’s absurd. It’s amazing the things they get away with it happen the idea that the Republican Party hates half the population! I’ve never understood how that worked? I mean, how they pull that off. It’s nonsensical. I’m glad you saw that last night.

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RUSH: Donald Trump responded to Hillary Clinton’s criticism of the Kavanaugh event. She said it’s very, very bad. It’s attacking the integrity of the court. Trump said, “I guess that’s why she lost. She doesn’t get it. She never did.” Hillary said, “What was done last night in the White House was a political rally. It further undermined the image and integrity of the court.” A reporter during a press availability in the Oval Office asked Trump about her comments. “What’s your response to Hillary? What’s your response to Hillary saying that last night’s swearing-in was a political event?”

Trump said, “I guess that’s why she lost. She doesn’t get it. She never did. I knew that a long time ago. Hillary never got it. That’s why she lost.” Hillary also said — get this — that the sex claims against her husband are not like the Kavanaugh confirmation because her husband faced intense investigation. Hillary has a point. We have to acknowledge she has a point. The allegations against her husband were substantiated. They were investigated, and Bill Clinton was found to be guilty!

He was found to be guilty of all kinds of things. Kavanaugh is not, has not, and will not be. There’s not a single allegation against Kavanaugh that has any evidence or corroboration. But all of the allegations against Bill Clinton have been proven. Hillary’s right! She doesn’t intend to be, but she is right. The allegations against her husband were substantiated. Bill Clinton paid an $850,000 settlement to Paul Jones. Gennifer Flowers had audiotapes of his come-ons to her.

Juanita Broaddrick told others about her rape immediately. There was a pattern with Bill Clinton and sexual harassment. There’s no such pattern with Kavanaugh. Oh! Speaking of that, did you hear about this? Jane Mayer — part of the duo Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow writing at The New Yorker. Remember that second story The New Yorker came out with that not even the New York Times would print because they couldn’t validate any of it?

Jane Mayer showed up at… What was it, The Atlantic? There was some kind of a convention or festival or some such thing. “New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer suggested in a new interview that she and Ronan Farrow reported on Deborah Ramirez’s uncorroborated accusation of misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh out of eagerness to show a ‘pattern’ of such behavior. [Mayer] told Elle her recollections of the Clarence Thomas hearings…

“‘So having watched this before, I knew that key issues would be whether the judge had a pattern of similar behavior, since that helps establish who is telling the truth when there is a standoff…” There wasn’t a pattern! This is amazing. She ran an uncorroborated story to illustrate a pattern. I… I’m almost speechless in my attempt to explain this. The first story that was run about Deborah Ramirez, nobody would corroborate! Her story kept changing. There was no evidence for it.

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RUSH: Donald Trump responded to Hillary Clinton’s criticism of the Kavanaugh event. She said it’s very, very bad. It’s attacking the integrity of the court. Trump said, “I guess that’s why she lost. She doesn’t get it. She never did.” Hillary said, “What was done last night in the White House was a political rally. It further undermined the image and integrity of the court.” A reporter during a press availability in the Oval Office asked Trump about her comments. “What’s your response to Hillary? What’s your response to Hillary saying that last night’s swearing-in was a political event?”

Trump said, “I guess that’s why she lost. She doesn’t get it. She never did. I knew that a long time ago. Hillary never got it. That’s why she lost.” Hillary also said — get this — that the sex claims against her husband are not like the Kavanaugh confirmation because her husband faced intense investigation. Hillary has a point. We have to acknowledge she has a point. The allegations against her husband were substantiated. They were investigated, and Bill Clinton was found to be guilty!

He was found to be guilty of all kinds of things. Kavanaugh is not, has not, and will not be. There’s not a single allegation against Kavanaugh that has any evidence or corroboration. But all of the allegations against Bill Clinton have been proven. Hillary’s right! She doesn’t intend to be, but she is right. The allegations against her husband were substantiated. Bill Clinton paid an $850,000 settlement to Paul Jones. Gennifer Flowers had audiotapes of his come-ons to her.

Juanita Broaddrick told others about her rape immediately. There was a pattern with Bill Clinton and sexual harassment. There’s no such pattern with Kavanaugh. Oh! Speaking of that, did you hear about this? Jane Mayer — part of the duo Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow writing at The New Yorker. Remember that second story The New Yorker came out with that not even the New York Times would print because they couldn’t validate any of it?

Jane Mayer showed up at… What was it, The Atlantic? There was some kind of a convention or festival or some such thing. “New Yorker reporter Jane Mayer suggested in a new interview that she and Ronan Farrow reported on Deborah Ramirez’s uncorroborated accusation of misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh out of eagerness to show a ‘pattern’ of such behavior. [Mayer] told Elle her recollections of the Clarence Thomas hearings…

“‘So having watched this before, I knew that key issues would be whether the judge had a pattern of similar behavior, since that helps establish who is telling the truth when there is a standoff…” There wasn’t a pattern! This is amazing. She ran an uncorroborated story to illustrate a pattern. I… I’m almost speechless in my attempt to explain this. The first story that was run about Deborah Ramirez, nobody would corroborate! Her story kept changing. There was no evidence for it.