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My Advice to Judge Moore: Hire Hillary
Rush ^ | November 10, 2017 | Rush Limbaugh

Posted on 11/10/2017 1:00:43 PM PST by Kaslin

RUSH: You know, these political sex scandals, they’re fascinating, folks. When the Democrats have one, you need to produce semen, you need the blue dress, you need transcripts of sexting, you need photos of people sneaking into hotel rooms like John Edwards. But when the 40-year-old childhood memories of a wacky woman and the Washington Post allege something about a Republican, all hell breaks loose.

JOHNNY DONOVAN: And now, from sunny south Florida, it’s Open Line Friday!

RUSH: Where’s the semen-stained blue dress? I mean, do you hear what Senator McCain is saying? Senator McCain is saying, “He’s gotta quit simply because of the allegations.” When did that happen? Meanwhile, the Democrats circle the wagons around their perverts, do everything they can to protect ’em, and the Republicans can’t wait to throw ’em all overboard.


RUSH: How many of you remember the advice that I gave to Harvey Weinstein? Mr. Snerdley got it without even having to pause. But Mr. Snerdley has the rest of you at a disadvantage. He is here each day and has to listen in order to screen calls that might be relevant to that which we are discussing. That’s exactly right. Judge Moore, same advice I gave Harvey Weinstein: Hire the best. Somebody who has proven that they can get people off.

Ahem, let me try that again. Judge Moore, you need — (laughing) — excuse me, folks. Ahem. Judge Moore, you need to hire somebody who has proven that they can make sure the charges don’t stick. Let me try that again. Judge Moore, you need to go out and you need to hire somebody who has a proven ability to destroy the women and the media coming forward with the allegations. And there is one person that stands above everybody in this regard. Their name is Hillary Clinton.

She not only kept the governor of Arkansas in office, she kept the president of the United States in office. She ran the bimbo eruptions operation. Any time any woman came forward and alleged sexual improprieties, sexual harassment, rape, what have you, against her own husband, she led the team that destroyed those women. And there still to this day is nobody better. And she’s available. I don’t know if you could afford her. (laughing) And I don’t know that she would take the case.

Because the simple fact of the matter is, the Republican Party wants this guy gone. But he’s not gonna leave. He says he’s not gonna leave, and he says the charges are false. I refuse to stand down. He says I refuse to give up. There’s a story in The Politico today: “Republicans Might Be Stuck with Roy Moore — The besieged Alabama Senate candidate owes nothing to the national party.” And he doesn’t.

I’m also marveling at the sudden respect for women that the Democrat Party has. I mean, let’s be honest about something. What percentage of Hollywood men who have been accused of sexual harassment are Republican? What percentage? You know, I have the answer. The answer’s a big, fat zero. How many of you believe that all of these Hollywood actors and personalities who are being accused, how many believe they’re all guilty?

How many of you have been asking yourself, if you’re one of these guys and here comes some allegation of sexual harassment or rape or something along those lines from 10 years ago, 15 years ago, how would you defend yourself if it isn’t true? How do these guys defend themselves if it isn’t true? The vast majority of it, however, seems to be true.

Now Louis C.K., the New York Times unloaded on Louis C.K. Louis C.K. as far as Millennials are concerned, is it. Louis C.K. is God. They love Louis C.K. I have to think, as feminist trained as young Millennial men have been, those that have gone to college, I mean, the feminist movement has chickified so much of the Millennial culture, I’m really wondering what Millennial women are thinking of all this.

Millennial women have been told that liberal men are sensitive, and they are trustworthy, and they’re unthreatening, and they’re caring, and they fully support the feminist movement. And then you look at this and you hear these same kinds of guys that are always running around ripping Republicans and ripping conservatives as a bunch of racist, sexist, bigot, homophobes and so forth, yet look at these reprobates.

What is this doing to the belief system and the credibility? What are young liberal Millennial women to do here? The very men from whom they thought they were safe are actually the predators, and it does seem that the vast majority of them happen to be guilty. But this new sudden respect for women that the Democrat Party has? Dou remember…? Who said this? (impression) “You know what? You drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park; you never know what you’re gonna find in there. (cackling)

But I tell you, we did it. We dragged a hundred-dollar bill, President Clinton — hundred-dollar through a trailer park — and that’s what you got. You got Paula Jones.” You remember that? James Carville: “Drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park and you never know what you’ll find.” This was during the bimbo eruption days of the Clinton presidency, and there were no feminist attacks on James Carville, and the liberal feminist or female establishment at the time applauded James Carville because the objective was to destroy all of these women that the Bill Clinton had sexually abused or harassed.

That was the objective. These women were hung out to dry. The feminist movement did not lift a finger to help them. Bill and Hillary Clinton, the CEO of bimbo eruptions? They didn’t condemn Carville’s comment at the time. They embraced it. The Democrat Party rewarded everybody involved accordingly — and, as it turned out, President Clinton reached an out-of-court settlement with Paula Jones, agreeing to pay her, I think, $850,000 to drop the sexual harassment lawsuit that she had filed against him.

You know, I mean, people are taking knees? The Democrats really ought to take a knee regarding anything concerning accusations of sexual improprieties, because they lead the league. Democrats lionize their sexual predators. In fact, with Democrats, it’s a resume enhancement. Look… How many of you young listeners remember the escapades of one John Edwards of North Carolina? (interruption) All right, let me try to clue you in. John Edwards was it. John Edwards was the future, as far as the Democrats were concerned, as recently as 10, 15 years ago.

John Edwards was young. He had a great haircut. He was called “The Breck Girl” because his hair was just so perfect. He was a dutiful liberal. He cared about the poor, and he was the guy who devised this campaign plan of there are “two Americas.” There’s the affluent America; there’s the poor America that he was going to focus on. And he had a dutiful wife. And if the LA Times columnist who wrote about Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ appearance would write about Edwards’ wife, there wouldn’t be much difference in what he said.

Her name was Elizabeth and she was a heroine. She was a hero to the left. She was Mrs. John Edwards. Well, it turns out that John Edwards was cheating on her with another woman and that other woman had a baby. The National Enquirer had the story for months before anybody at the Democrat Party would even acknowledge it, before the Drive-By Media would even publish it. John Edwards got away with cheating on his wife in public for months because nobody believed the National Enquirer and because nobody wanted to do damage to this great, young future hope of the Democrat Party.

And there was great sympathy for his wife, Elizabeth, and so everybody on the left in the Democrat Party ignored what was right in front of their face. There was videotape of Edwards meeting with the babe and the baby, and they ignored it. It wasn’t allegations from 30 years ago in the Washington Post; it was real life, and everybody saw it, and they ignored it. Until they couldn’t and Edwards had to basically own up to it. His wife died of an illness not long after. Then he married the babe or moved in with her.

I forget which. But the point is that the Democrats and the left, when they find this behavior in their own camp — particularly when it’s their own elected officials exhibiting the conduct — they attack the women. They attack the investigators. There is no “every woman must be believed.” There is no respect for the victims. There’s only a seek-and-destroy mission against all of them, perfected by Hillary Clinton and Betsey Wright, who ran the bimbo eruptions operation during the Clinton years, even before they won the presidency and went to the White House.

Now you have — and look at how the Democrats go to the mat to protect their people. Now you got Judge Moore with a 40-year-old allegation that it took… The Washington Post had to send a reporter or two down there and work with this woman for a couple of weeks to convince her to come forward, and then finally she did. And the minute it happened, it’s stunning the statements that we get from all of these Republican senators. We had statements from McConnell, McCain, Flake, Murkowski, a bunch of people the conservative media, Mitt Romney.

Every Never Trumper alive has come out demanding that Roy Moore step aside based solely on the allegations. They don’t even question the report in the Washington Post. They take the word of a self-admitted mess of a woman and the Washington Post over the judge. “Innocent until proven guilty” has flown out the window, and how long has this supposed allegation been known? It happened 40 years ago. Why wasn’t this introduced during the primaries? Notice now that it’s been introduced at a time that even if Judge Moore withdraws, there’s not much they can do but a write-in candidacy for Luther Strange.

Although, have you heard this being bandied about, that there might be a solution to this that the president could engineer? You know what that is? Ask Jeff Sessions to leave as attorney general and head back down and retake his Senate seat, re-run for it. That would solve the problem. In fact, it would solve a number of problems, ’cause supposedly Trump’s not happy with Sessions’ performance. The establishment in the Senate doesn’t want Judge Moore there. (interruption) You haven’t heard that being bandied about? (interruption) Well, I know, it’s… (interruption) This is my point. The whole thing, all of this… It’s too late for any of this.

TOPICS: Culture/Society; Editorial
KEYWORDS: dupe; hillaryrottenclinton; judgemoore

1 posted on 11/10/2017 1:00:43 PM PST by Kaslin
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To: Kaslin

No, Hillary only goes after real accusers.

Not fake accusers.

2 posted on 11/10/2017 1:02:00 PM PST by reasonisfaith ("...because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved." (2 Thessalonians))
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To: reasonisfaith

So we have a real swamp drainer, Judge Roy Moore.

It’s a no brainer that the swamp would try to make stuff up about him.

3 posted on 11/10/2017 1:02:53 PM PST by reasonisfaith ("...because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved." (2 Thessalonians))
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To: Kaslin; Admin Moderator

Duplicate! Missed it bey this much... ;-)

4 posted on 11/10/2017 1:05:19 PM PST by SubMareener (Save us from Quarterly Freepathons! Become a MONTHLY DONOR)
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To: reasonisfaith

The Swamp dispatched the Washington Post to find a mentally disturbed woman who knew a young Roy Moore and together the WaPo reporter and the woman concocted this cockamamie story. The woman gets her 15 minutes of fame (and probably oodles of $$ from The Swamp) and The Swamp gets to trash Roy Moore.

5 posted on 11/10/2017 1:06:01 PM PST by COBOL2Java (John McCain treats GOP voters like he treated his first wife)
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To: SubMareener; Admin Moderator

I did a search. Sorry, it didn’t show up.

6 posted on 11/10/2017 1:07:15 PM PST by COBOL2Java (John McCain treats GOP voters like he treated his first wife)
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To: SubMareener; Admin Moderator; Kaslin

Excuse me, SubMareener, but my post is earlier than hers.

Try checking post dates next time.

7 posted on 11/10/2017 1:11:02 PM PST by COBOL2Java (John McCain treats GOP voters like he treated his first wife)
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To: Admin Moderator

I leave it’s up to you.

8 posted on 11/10/2017 1:15:15 PM PST by Kaslin (Politicians are not born; they are excreted -Civilibus nati sunt; sunt excernitur. (Cicero)
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To: COBOL2Java

Yes it is. I leave it up to the admin moderator.

9 posted on 11/10/2017 1:17:56 PM PST by Kaslin (Politicians are not born; they are excreted -Civilibus nati sunt; sunt excernitur. (Cicero)
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To: COBOL2Java

Yeah, that is why I flagged Kaslin’s thread and not yours. We are posting on Kaslin’s thread here. Let’s stop before this gets too much more confusing.

10 posted on 11/10/2017 1:18:51 PM PST by SubMareener (Save us from Quarterly Freepathons! Become a MONTHLY DONOR)
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To: reasonisfaith

As a Jewess on the US, I can only point out that the number of women who allegedly DATED, but had no sex with, Roy Moore is EXACTLY the same number who accused President Clinton of FORCIBLE RAPE, a FAR more serious offense. Now we know why all REAL Americans put our 2nd Amendment FIRST. Just sayin’!

11 posted on 11/10/2017 1:19:00 PM PST by 2harddrive
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