Michael Savage Opening Segment – The Trump Victory…

Popular radio host Michael Savage was a strong, albeit twitchy, advocate for Donald Trump throughout the election:

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185 Responses to Michael Savage Opening Segment – The Trump Victory…

  1. Fernanda Powers says:

    LOVE the Hallelujah chorus opening!

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    • TheseTruths says:

      Yes, that was great. I appreciate all that Savage does and it’s good to have him on our side, but I stopped listening when he took credit for Trump’s win because Trump called in to his show yesteray. The egos really turn me off.

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      • TomB says:

        He sure does like himself (I,I,I etc.) and glad to know who was the only that helped Trump win. /s

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      • I thought that was way over the top too. But that’s how Savage rolls. I’m just really happy we get President Trump in a few months. I’m thankful he ran (and put up with everything with such grace) and I’m thankful to each and every American who voted for him. Can’t wait to get to work making America Great Again!

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        • wyntre says:

          It’s called HYPERBOLE and when used the way both Savage AND Trump use it, it’s a great tool. Trump and Savage understand one another. Trump calls himself a winner, Savage says the same about himself. Both have EVIDENCE to support those statements. Savage was just inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. Trump just won the presidency of the U.S. They’re two alpha males delighting in one another and their respective successes.

          I love ’em, both. Admittedly, too much of either can be a bit trying and with Savage I just turn the dial.

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      • remuda2016 says:

        Well, when Rush finally jumped on ‘The Train’ and focused on the reality of Trump’s ‘momentum’, his ego also never wavered (as always one of his most endearing traits). He could relate to ‘self-confidence’ (a major ingredient of ‘ego’) in Trump as that which feeds the survival instinct through thick and thin, as they all have. Rush and Michael are stable-mates in the Radio Hall Of Fame, unlike the simpering Glenn (…”uh…uh..eh…tell me what’s wrong with me”) Beck this morning or waffling back-stabbing ranter Mark (“shut up ya big dope”) Levin will be later today…

        I hope Donald gets under the UK’s skin and tells that stupid Muslim London Mayor and the PM & Home Office that Michael Savage (on their “hate list”) is the next Ambassador to the UK.

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      • lzap says:

        Its a New York city thing. It is done with an implied tong in check.

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      • stella says:

        I don’t listen to him because of it, even though he has some good thoughts. I first got turned off one day when he lit into Hannity, for whatever no-good reason. He just had to make someone else look smaller in order to make himself the big guy.

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      • redsequin4 says:

        I can only take so much of Savage. He’s on the Trump Train now but he’s gotten off at different stops during the campaign. He’s a rainy day supporter because he’s so emotional and makes everything about him. When Trump doesn’t come on the show often enough he freaks out.. He actually reminds me of Mark Levin a little. Not their philosophy but their temperaments. He cuts off his guests and insults them the way Levin does. I think Savage is a very smart man but has a volatile personality. No way should Trump put him in a position of authority in his administration.

        But I did like the opening remarks today, they were spot on.

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      • That’s exactly what I was going to say! In the Savage Nation, EVERYTHING is about Savage and what he had for dinner. And his little dog Teddy.

        Kidding aside – “A nation is defined by its borders, language, and culture” has been Savage’s mantra for many years before Trump came on the scene.

        And I do like that Trump is NOT ashamed of “the base”. I remember well Savage raging about how Mitt Romney would not deign to appear on his show, even though it would have helped him earn “cred” with the conservatives (and it would have, too).

        Maybe Trump will get Theresa May to take Savage off that “banned from the UK” list. Not that Savage wants to visit the UK, but it’s the principle of the thing.

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    • Eagle61 says:

      “God’s hand is all over this election.”

      Michael Savage is a funny guy. To understand his sense of humor , you have to understand his upbringing, which he has related to his audience over the years.

      His statement above, though, is actually quite apropos. There has been a quality to this election that is “more”. That moreness is unquantifiable, yet is palpable. The underlying feeling or sense that there were very deep currents moving in this election is undeniable.

      What a great day.

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  2. Beverly says:

    Folks, this clip from the original “Independence Day” is absolutely perfect. It’s that moment when Randy Quaid flies his fighter up the ass of the alien mothership, blowing it to smithereens.

    Enjoy, and put it on Faceplant!

    http://preview.tinyurl.com/q3uetj2

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  3. danield49 says:

    Sundance, Savage, Cernovich, Mitchell, and Milo…. The new media. FOAD old media!

    Liked by 15 people

    • patrickhenryrevisited says:

      Sundance in the first ten top slots.
      Gateway Pundit and Weasel Zippers added to my list of yours.

      Liked by 9 people

      • patrickhenryrevisited says:

        And Drudge and BB

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      • wyntre says:

        WZ took WAY TOO LONG to get on the train. I used to donate but pulled my support when “Bill” was running the board.

        GP means well but they get a lot of things wrong. Still, Jim’s heart is in the right place.

        TCTH is #1.

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      • snaggletooths says:

        I was a huge supporter for years of WZ can blame Nickarama and his anti trump narrative there for why I abandoned ship I told Drew also exactly how I felt about the direction he was letting Nickarama take.

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        • patrickhenryrevisited says:

          The CTH is the only place I found that was pro Trump from day one.
          Than Sundance’s material is second to none, is the reason this is my second home.

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          • Beverly says:

            I am SO GRATEFUL to the Treehouse and Sundance! Y’all were the ONLY blog (apart from a quick check of Breitbart) that I could bear in the last two weeks; thank God I found you just as my nerves were fraying right through!

            How is it, HOW is it, that so many allegedly on our Side were unable/unwilling to see our peril???? Never forget, people, and never trust them again. NEVER.

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            • Bendix says:

              I found this place just in time. I would think, is it just me? Am I the only one seeing this?
              I’d come here for a reality check, and to save my sanity.
              My mind keeps returning to something Donald said when he phoned Rush – what do the people do who can’t fight back?
              We thought we couldn’t fight, but then a leader stepped up, and we could, and we did.

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            • patrickhenryrevisited says:

              “How is it, HOW is it, that so many allegedly on our Side were unable/unwilling to see our peril????”

              Lots of them chose not to see, because they felt powerless to do anything about it.

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    • NJ transplant says:

      Lou Dobbs deserves to be right up there with the rest of them. Lou Dobbs never believed the hype of MSM. He was for Trump all through the primaries and then the general election. I watched FBN last night and they all know that Trump knows what Lou Dobbs did for him in his nightly broadcasts.

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      • Old Sarge says:

        TRUE STATEMENT. Megan Kelly sucks, sack and shame her,,,

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        • Beverly says:

          Kelly, what a horrorshow. That scrag wouldn’t call it (or her Masters wouldn’t) for Trump even AFTER THE NEW YORK TIMES. What a fargin’ disappointment she turned out to be. Just a gun for hire after all.

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          • Summer says:

            They “called” PA 2 seconds after they learned that Crooked conceded. I firmly believe they were given an order to stall until the Crooked campaign figure out how to steal the election. They also wanted to deny Trump and the team their Victory night.

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        He was awesome last night – even when everyone was tired and going after him and again today. He’s been awesome.

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      • maiingankwe says:

        I love Lou Dobbs, and so happy I found him. I believe it was someone here who showed me the way to his nightly show. All I can say is Thank You, Thank You!

        He has been my saving grace. There is something so lovable and friendly about him. If I had a list of people I would like to do dinner with so I could really listen to what they had to say and ask questions, he’d be at the top of my list. I’d love to put Dan from the Intellectual Frog Legs on there too. I think it would be a night of a lot of laughs, and it would be with multiple people of the same mindset. The more the merrier mentality. I’d be more selfish with Lou Dobbs though and would want him all to myself or just with my family.

        I’d also put Sundance on there too with multiple people to share the good fortune. Believe it or not I’d more than likely be the quiet one listening to what everyone had to say. I always learn so much from all of you. You might get a peep from me every now and then, but nothing like I am here.

        I almost asked if Sundance could do a lottery from all of the people who donate, but the logistics would be terrifying considering we all live from all over this great county. Unless of course we all paid our own traveling costs. We could do a Go Fund Me Page to help with costs for the winners. I’m kinda kidding here. Kinda.

        I know if there was a way we could get the majority of the people here together for how families do a family reunion I think I would be all in. I’d love to meet some of the great people here and put a name to a face. It would be a great weekend. Just a dream good Treepers. Just a dream.

        I’m not trying to scare you Sundance, really I’m not. I know this is just wishful thinking. You’ve done so much for all of us, and you give this place such a nice family atmosphere it just seemed natural to want to get all of us together. All it is is a nice thought. I know it would be far too difficult to do, and many of us appreciate our privacy.

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        • Beverly says:

          Well, we could certainly do regional Meetups like they do at the Ace of Spades! I’m game. Anyone in the People’s Republic [sic] of New York City?

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          • maiingankwe says:

            I love your spirit!

            I’ve got loads of miles for Alaska airlines. We bought my Father-in-law a ticket this summer and I used one for 4,000 miles and still have a bunch left over. I have no problems sharing.

            We already used our companion airfare for next year though. Wait a minute! We still have it. We decided not to use it today when we got our tickets for our annual trip. That’s $50 for anywhere in the U.S. So, if there is anyone in Alaska who wants to go, we could easily figure something out.

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      • Bendix says:

        Him too. Yay Lou!

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    • There are many here just on CTH as well. A lot of BEAUTY in the words of Treepers. Many are anointed and don’t even know it. Sometimes I find myself just clicking on “like” comment after comment just by the sheer wonderful spirit of the words written. Many of you speak the heart of God and don’t even know it. I just love to read this blog. Of course I do hiss from time to time when we let fear and darkness get a hold of us, but we tend to correct each other and it all irons out and the atmosphere of clouds clears quickly. That’s why it is so common to hear how CTH “keeps me sane” “lifts my spirits” “gives me peace” and other such acclamation. Sundance has done so much for America and THE LAST REFUGE truly was the last refuge.

      My only desire is that I could put names and faces to all of you. I don’t know half the time if I am speaking to a man or a woman or a senior citizen or a teen, or how to address them by name rather than by a user name which I would prefer doing. But maybe in a safer environment someday everyone could do that. Maybe around the 3rd year of a President Trump we will all feel more safe to do so.

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  4. The Recent Republican says:

    Everyone, including Savage, has good reason to celebrate.

    A related observation — the supporters that were gathered in either camp last night were a study in unmistakable opposites. Trump supporters at his victory speech looked great — handsome guys in suits and ties (with their bright red MAGA hats) and lovely ladies. The Hillary supporters looked like they’d worn their clothes from a thrift sale and were the most physically ugly collection of fatuous dopes that I’ve ever seen.

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    • Adrienne says:

      I noticed exactly the same thing. Trump is already making a difference!

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    • NJF says:

      What stuck out to me was the size & scope of her party space. What utter arrogance, topped off by an gigantic fireworks display set to start at 9:30!

      9:30.

      she thought it was going to be called that quickly.

      Meanwhile, Trump’s venue was much smaller and much less elaborate.

      It’s significant, and shows his character.

      1) If he had lost, the more moderate surroundings would have appeared much more appropriate. And he would have never, ever, never sent out a surrogate to speak to the crowd the way she did.

      2) This same venue, when he won showed he wasn’t about gloating.

      Both extremely telling of the type of character he does possess.

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      • amjean says:

        Hillary was confident that the DNC and George
        Soros had the massive vote fraud under control.
        That would be the only reason for her to be so
        cocky.

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        • dalethorn says:

          The founders who worked on the Constitution were very wise and well-read, understanding philosophy and mathematics etc. on a level probably few people know today. Their creation of the Republic, with Electoral College, was genius. Without the Electoral College, a huge population state like California could get thousands (if not millions) of non-citizens to stuff ballot boxes (computers today) and tip the popular vote toward Hillary.

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          • flawesttexas says:

            It was great for us the Thirteen Colonies didnt get along super well. So much of what our Founding Fathers did was to keep this shaky coalition together…giving states certain rights and powers. At the time, the other states feared Virginia (most populated, wealthiest) would dominate everything.

            Now, we fear California

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          • Hillary is just not a popular gal.

            Tim Kaine looks kind of crazy. He’s not a popular guy.

            Both have {{creep}} factor.

            It’s easy to sense they are trying too hard. This is always a damper to popularity.

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        • Remington says:

          Speaking of which, what to do about that devil Soros…

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        • Lulu says:

          Think about it they barely campaigned until the last week or so – they thought the fix was in…

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        • badlass says:

          I could be wrong, but I believe the reason PA, MI and WI vote counts stopped for HOURS at 96-97% was the dnc was trying to find the votes to cheat. As President Trump gained enough votes to win (that we didn’t know about because they stopped showing the counts) the Devils knew the only way to win was to challenge these states (circa 2000), so they shuffled out john podesta to stop everything.

          I knew they were trying to cheat and that once their “recounts” start, the recounts never stop until they find enough votes in enough car trunks to win (Eg stuart smiley D-mn). So, what happened to make these snakes concede? Could it be that they knew the votes they had amassed could not bear close scrutiny? That they had already cheated so badly that they couldn’t take the chance of shining a light on their misdeeds?

          Can you say, “hoisted on their own petard?” Love it

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          • Texian says:

            I too sensed a cheat was being crafted – in collusion was the media refusing to call the States for Trump – it showed how deep the tentacles of corruption had reached. Calls to operatives in those States were probably occurring to see what they could pull off. Apparently it was not enough – and when it was reported the witch had called Trump to concede the media then calls PA for Trump. Such brazen disgusting rampant corruption.

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          • Beverly says:

            “What stopped them?

            This: They knew that Trump has the balls to FIGHT. He’s not a beta male like Georgie Bush, Mr. “I’m a Long-Suffering Christian So I Can’t Fight Back” Bush.

            Count this as the Number One dividend of our man’s Brashness. Man, ya gotta love the guy!

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        • larry says:

          She had that cocky smile and laugh about her all throughout the campaign,like she knew she was the winner! Wrong buffalo breath,you got your clock cleaned.

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          • The Recent Republican says:

            You know, I’ve been scratching my head for the last 24 hours wondering why there was such a disparity between the overall popular vote projections here at CTH and what actually happened on election day. I was always concerned about fraud, but I’d begun to come to the conclusion that demographic change through immigration, voter suppression, and some fraud were a major cause.

            However, now I think you guys are right. “They” thought the state-by-state fraud operation was so infallible (witness the mestizo poll workers in Nevada wearing “Defeat Trump” shirts for just a clue into what they were getting away with) that he globalists figured it was in the bag. But the MAGA vote was so huge, even the vote flipping and shenanigans couldn’t change the outcome. I wonder if millions of our votes were dumped in the process.

            Anyway, I’d be interested to read Sundance’s analysis of the popular vote totals. But I am reminded by Goldman Sachs intoning before the election that there would be “No Brexit” on November 8th. Trillions of dollars at stake indeed.

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          • Speaking of buffaloes, how is DIRTY DONNA BRAZILE these days? LOL!

            That’s Hillary’s pet name for her, not my words but #HERS

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      • Jimmy Jack says:

        Wow, 9:30. I didn’t realize that. Even better. You’re right – that time alone is a statement in arrogance.

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      • Bendix says:

        Who would have thought, that Donald Trump would learn humility, on our behalf?

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    • remuda2016 says:

      And that’s really the reason Podesta sent ’em home…didn’t want the visual comparisons of winners vs losers.. ‘Ugly is as ugly does’…right, Forrest?

      Liked by 2 people

      • NJF says:

        Plus…maybe violence? Cause that’s what they do. They get violent.

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      • Bendix says:

        Podesta looks like a creepy alien. The extraterrestrial kind.

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      • It’s really so amazing that JOHN PODESTA can even show his face in public after what came out about him in the wikileaks email where he actually names Marina Abramovic and her #SpiritCooking and it wouldn’t have been so blatant if we had not seen the witch Marina Abramović’s 2009 video of her throwing human blood over the effigy of a child and writing in blood about cutting the middle finger of the left hand then seeing his photo with his cut up scared hands and HIS MIDDLE FINGER WITH A BANDAGE on it.

        Talk about a man in total denial. He thinks his magic spell of “being invisible” would work and no one noticed? LOL! He might as well of been standing there in front of everyone naked. I guess he didn’t get the memo: we don’t want {{creepy crawlery}, sorcery, magic tricks nor witchcraft in our government.

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  5. deanbrh says:

    How can we start a movement to make that happen? Facebook and Twitter silence Cernovich and Milo. Also would like to start a movement to impeach Loretta Lynch and the IRS (Lois Lerner?) who plead the 5th. Or maybe we’ll be too busy draining the swamp of Trump’s choices for that treatment.

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  6. wyntre says:

    “You are the greatest warrior I have ever seen fighting for the American People.”

    That’s what Savage said to Trump, yesterday.

    His show today was amazing, especially the part where he spoke of the prediction amongst some Jewish elders that Trump would win. He goes into the numerological basis for those predictions, says the story was published in Israel. I am going to look for it.

    Bottom Line – Savage believes Trump was selected and installed by God.

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  7. NJF says:

    Gahhh we don’t have a daily POTUS thread.

    Breaking Kelly Ayot conceded.

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  8. wyntre says:

    Israelis Vote, Rabbis Predict Trump Victory

    ” presented a Bible-code table from Deuteronomy. He pointed to the word Donald, spelled in Hebrew letters, next to the word nasi, which is Hebrew for president. He also found an abbreviation for Artzot haBrit, which is the way the United States is referred to in Hebrew.

    The date is also found in this table. Glazerson highlights the codes for 8 Cheshvan 5777, the date on the Hebrew calendar that corresponds to Nov. 9, 2016 – the first day Trump would be president-elect of the United States.”

    ” . . . God will honor those who honor Israel. There is no doubt that between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump – Trump will come much closer to respecting and cooperating with Israel in a biblical manner,” he said. “And that is something God guarantees in his word that he will honor and bless.”

    “The head of the Republican Party branch in Israel, Marc Zell, said a leading Jewish mystic told him that the Zohar, Judaism’s primary mystical work, foretold Trump’s victory centuries ago.”

    http://www.israeltoday.co.il/NewsItem/tabid/178/nid/30420/Default.aspx

    http://www.wnd.com/2016/11/rabbi-sees-donald-trump-ascendancy-in-bible-codes/

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  9. burnett044 says:

    my favorite photo of Hillary..

    nuff said

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  10. keeler says:

    Savage has been beating his drum in the wilderness for 22 years. He focused on issues such as trade and immigration long before the rise of the Tea Party and other grassroots conservative groups rose to prominence, and at a time when other radio personalities were carrying water for the Bush administration. Most importantly he was an early advocate of a brash, unapologetic, direct approach to confronting leftist activism.

    He’s not responsible for creating Trump’s political identity, but they are kindred spirits. New York Values and all…

    His ego aside, he’s earned some bragging rights and I am happy he got to see Trump’s message prevail.

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    • wyntre says:

      Me too. And he is BRILLIANT! I learn many new things listening to Savage.

      He just said, “We did it. (the audience and himself). WE helped Trump get elected.”

      He. Is. Right! Plus, his books, “Borders, Language and Culture” and ‘Scorched Earth” pretty much say what Trump says.

      Savage knows what it is to be marginalized, dismissed, ridiculed. He was BANNED from Great Britain, for God’s sake, after being put on a terror watch list!

      Anyway, he often gets on my nerves but I will always have a soft spot for Savage. And he has been on the Trump Train from the beginning.

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      • I’m a big (huge-lol) fan of Savage but I’m confused about something.

        Can someone explain what he means when he says that FOX News did not want Trump to win?

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        • wyntre says:

          Rupert Murdoch’s sons now run Fox, after Ailes got sacked. The sons are super-leftie libbie wannabes and are determined to CNN’on-nize Fox News.

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          • Bendix says:

            I think FCC reforms should be on the agenda for the Trump administration. One of the things most Americans are in favor of, or more accurately we are not in favor of all the media in the hands of a few entities, and foreign nationals in positions of control over what we see and hear.

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        • Beverly says:

          Yeah, Marge, did you see Fox News last night after midnight? they REFUSED to call the election for Donald — even AFTER the hateful New York Times and the Ass. Press had done it. Truly staggering. And Megyn Lamebrain Kelly was visibly near tears as she realized that the man she’d spent all her credit attacking was about to become the Leader of the Free World!

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    • NJF says:

      Agreed, although I can only handle him in small doses….”little bites”

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  11. Apfelcobbler says:

    Heads up, we cannot let Obama ramrod TPP through, or any other globalist crap, before Jan 20

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    • amjean says:

      Congress will toe the line now.
      I wouldn’t worry about TPP.

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      • Regina says:

        I don’t know – CNN is reporting that “since he lost the popular vote, he may not have a mandate”
        LMFAO

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      • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

        I’m worried about it. Over a year ago it became known they would most likely attempt to push it through during this lame duck session.

        Our globalist enemies are scum. They will do anything they can to try to destroy the US.

        We can’t get complacent. We won a very important battle, but our enemies will never give up. They will simply regroup and try whatever they have next.

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        • singingsoul says:

          Savage warned today that Obama is going to do all kind of mischief until January 20 th.
          We need to lean on Ryan and our Congress as soon as possible and not last minute.
          We put them in and we can take them out

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          • Savage didn’t have a clue who would win the election. Just the day of the election he was asking Trump “so what will you do if you lose?” So he did not know something many of us already knew.

            These radio hosts are not seers. They do have insight many times but do not seem to know even simple things like the fact that Trump would win. I can tell you this: Obama’s power has been stripped. The spirit of charisma has been cast out of him. He no longer has the magical pull once in operation in him. He needs to quietly go or he will have hell to pay. There is no question of that. He is out in January and they all got caught with their pants down and flubbed up their takeover of the United States. They’re both incompetent and wicked.

            Remain diligent but let’s not get caught up in their fear peddling.

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  12. Tonawanda says:

    This Savage clip is interesting in a number of respects and well worth listening to.

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  13. dalethorn says:

    I like Savage. And I nearly fell off my chair laughing when he said that “Californians voted to keep the death penalty – they want Sparky to keep sparking.”

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  14. seventhndr says:

    For some balance to Sundance’s posts, Paul Joseph Watson has compiled liberal responses in only the way that Paul Joseph Watson can. 🙂

    Warning: Liberals can be salty when they don’t get what they want…

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  15. Chainsaw says:

    Savage does deserve credit for being Trump from day one IMO…very smart man. Thank you Sundance for everything!

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    • Hillbilly4 says:

      ‘Doc’ Savage – the fictional super-hero closely resembles Our Savage nation leader: “Doc Savage -…was raised to become the world’s most powerful intellect and a man of unparalleled strength. A towering bronze colossus with hypnotic eyes that stir like pools of flake-gold”.

      Don’t mess with ‘Doc’ Savage. His right, he is accurate, and he is a hero.

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      • Doc Savage asked Trump the very day of the election “so what are you going to do if you lose?”

        I respect Savage and in many ways he is a hero. I especially like his views on animals, health topics, he was supportive of Trump and accurate about Trump many times, but not always and he is not always accurate and the biggest question of the day he got wrong. What person asks a fighter before he goes in the ring “what are you going to do if you lose?”

        Perhaps he was drunk not sure, someone said here that Savage announced he was “going to get loaded.” Not sure if that is true, but if so could tweak a man’s judgement. In any case Savage was wrong on Trump “losing.”

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  16. truthandjustice says:

    Our “Independence Day” !!!!! Song – Martina McBride

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    • helmhood says:

      “Let freedom ring, let the white dove sing
      Let the whole world know that today is a day of reckoning
      Let the weak be strong, let the right be wrong
      Roll the stone away, let the guilty pay. It’s Independence Day”

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  17. Old Sarge says:

    Winning feels great!!! I’m over 60 and I feel like I’m 14 years old again!

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  18. for your consideration…and look at his face as they lob grenades at him. STEEL GAZE.

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  19. WeThePeople2016 says:

    You can sense the passion in Savage in that opening statement. Everything that he feels he let it all out and he was spot on.

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  20. History Teaches says:

    Still floating after last night.

    Funny stuff all day. Getting coffee this morning and I saw a lady that I’ve seen there many times before. In her forties, but I’m not an acquaintance, she suddenly started talking loudly, half singing “I’m so glad Donald won. I hate Hillary. She’s a crook. Just so happy.” Most people around smiled, some winced but no hostility. Also collected on a couple of work bets for some expensive Starbucks drinks. The Trump haters generally were loud and obnoxious the last few months. Trump supporters were low key, kept quiet and waited for a chance to create last night’s result.

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  21. sudsy49 says:

    For the first time in YEARS, I feel like I can actually breathe again today and it feels soooooo good.
    God has listened to the prayers of all the earth’s deplorables and decided to take a chance on us once more.

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  22. MVW says:

    Michael Savage was on target about the police and troops.

    As for me, getting the liars out of the White House is like fresh air in the sewer. Having 8 years of lying Obama is crushingly heavy on the soul.

    May Nemesis visit Obama and staff, and Hillary and staff… soon.

    January 20, 2017

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  23. Summer says:

    The nevertrumpers lineup to kiss the ring.

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  24. entagor says:

    Savage truly deserves credit for turning the Trump campaign into reality. I have listened from the beginning. I am an old timer from Hotair. When Trump started making noise about running, the majority at Hotair united against him. Some were regulars, some were political operatives who live on these sites and work to control the political conversation. I beat my head against the wall most days as the contingent united to cast Trump as a joke because HA used to be very influential.

    I remember the beginning when Trump – who was still being portrayed as a clown at the so called conservative blogs – made his first serious appearance on Savage. IMHO Trump sought the Savage audience which had mushroomed since Savaged got back into prime time radio after his legal battles

    That conversation was Trump testing the water. It was Savage saying we need you, and working the image from a joke to a brilliant reality. At the end, Savage bust out to endorse Trump for President. It was actually shocking at the time because Trump had been cast as a clown

    The Savage audience exceeds Rush. Savage has a huge inroad into blue lib enclaves, like NYC. He gets people who hate the word Conservative. These are more than the Reagan blue collars

    Savage never played the Trump puppet. Some days Savage raged at Trump, but the Savage stream of consciousness always walked Savage back to Trump. This gave the Savage endorsement more credibility with his non conservative followers that he could never have had had he been a slavish follower of Trump

    I already knew we needed Trump. As I followed Savage I would pray to God he keep his show and keep doing the good work. He had a big part in this miracle. Trump should invite Savage to the inaugural

    Election day when Trump called Savage, many listeners were moved to tears, including me. Somehow after Trump was gone I was able to get on and add a few comments I felt like I had a part in history

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    • TheseTruths says:

      “Savage truly deserves credit for turning the Trump campaign into reality.”
      I respectfully disagree. I have not listened to Savage for the entirely of the campaign. He had zero influence on me and no doubt countless others, and I don’t think he influenced Trump’s decisions.

      I’m not denigrating Savage. He is good at what he does, but he is not a king-maker — which is what all the talk show hosts want to be. They want to be so influential that they are indispensable to the people. Trump proved during this campaign that he doesn’t need them. He spoke directly to the people and used all kinds of media to do it. He called in to TV and radio programs and used social media masterfully.

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    • We all helped as a collective. If we have learned one thing this election it’s that Americans must stop worshiping men and TeLIEvision & radio entertainers. Holding on to their every word instead of thinking for themselves. Most of them were shockingly against Trump.

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  25. andymilken says:

    It is all about the forgotten men and women, especially white middle-aged male. They saved this country and possibly the western civilization-http://edition.cnn.com/election/results/exit-polls/national/president. Demographic challenges.

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  26. Skip says:

    If anyone put their career out there for Donald Trump, it was Sean Hannity. Hannity was fair with all the candidates before Trump won the nomination. But, once he won he continued to promote him which is something Limbaugh and Levin did not do.

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  27. I wonder what Sybrina Fulton is going to do now that Hillary lost? lololol!!!!

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  28. Michael Savage is an American Patriot, his book Scorched Earth is an excellent read.

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  29. Political Reviewer says:

    If anyone wants to listen to free MP3 podcasts and/or archives of the Savage show, go here: https/conservativestream.com. Daily shows are added a few hours after broadcast.

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  30. Savage best on radio. Hannity best on cable TV. We will always remember them being our voice & face for standing with Trump. Savage just crushed it with this intro.

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  31. Albaby says:

    I have loved Michael since the ’90’s.

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  32. THE MAD RUSSIAN says:

    love you Michael
    love you Donald

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  33. shirley49 says:

    I listen to a lot of Talk shows because I do not listen to the so called MSM. They all tends. to be Narcissist. Some start out fine but end up loving themselves too much.

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    • They are called SHOWS for a reason. We seem to forget that and instead think of it as “news.” But shows are entertainment even if they are interesting. When the men start going on and on about themselves yes, I find that a big waste of my time. But they do have their place and if one can tune out their “stardom” then one can find them listenable. I never seen so many men who actually jaw-jack more than ME! LOL!

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  34. racerxx says:

    Always been a fan of both Doc SAVAGE and Mr. TRUMP. Yeah Savage got a little pissy a few times but I think he was genuinely concerned about Trump’s success.
    Savage is the “Godfather”. Always appreciate his insights, even if they sometimes take a time or two to triangulate.

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