Rush Limbaugh Interviewed By Sean Hannity About Midterm Election Politics…

Sean Hannity dedicated a full hour of his television broadcast to radio pundit Rush Limbaugh. Together they discuss the midterm elections.

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Part 2 Segment Below

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132 Responses to Rush Limbaugh Interviewed By Sean Hannity About Midterm Election Politics…

  1. ledygrey says:

    8:55 Hannity: You have been a leader in the Conservative movement…
    9:00 Rush: I don’t know, I don’t about that……The Conservative Movement is led by Never-Trumpers…

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    • ledygrey says:

      It gets even better after that…

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    • Pigs seen flying while hell freezes over!

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    • yy4u says:

      I think what Rush was saying was that the Never Trumpers THOUGHT they had taken over the Conservative Movement. If that’s the case, then that explains why they are just as mad as the Democrats. In fact, I believe the Never Trumpers ARE Democrats, that they made a concerted effort AS DEMOCRATS to infiltrate and take over the Republican Party and make it a Democrat Party just like their bedfellows EXCEPT the NeoCons would be more aggressive than their bedfellows when it came to war (esp. war in the Middle East). Hence you have Never Trumper George H. W. Bush taking us to war in the Middle East in 1990’s, and George W. Bush taking us back to war in the ME in the 2000s. Most of the Never Trumpers are Conservative or Reform Jews whose heritage is Jewish but whose politics generally are Marxist. Note that most of them want Israel to exist but don’t want Israel to be powerful ergo their objection to Trump’s moving the Embassy to Jerusalem. They paid a lot of lip service to that for years but when time came to do it, they sided with the Democrats and Palestinians.

      Orthodox Jews differ from the “neocons” considerably. Unfortunately there are fewer of them than there are political Jews.

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      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        Rush didn’t spell out the sarcastic irony, “Never Trumpers lead the Conservative Movement” is Rush’s way of saying they are irrelevant.
        Best line of all was “If Trump was to cure Cancer” the rotten Lefty Media would headline, “Trump causes job losses.”
        I’m still laughing. I don’t listen to Rush very much, but he has a delicious dry wit.

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      • surakvulcan says:

        “Most of the Never Trumpers are Conservative or Reform Jews” like John McCain, John Kasich, Jeff Flake, Ben Sasse, Lisa Murkowski, George Will, Glenn Beck, David French, Kevin Williamson, Hugh Hewitt – whole lotta Jewish stuff going on there… Seriously dopey.

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    • chojun says:

      Critical point that Rush didn’t have time to expand upon.

      We have to explore the circumstances of Never-Trump’s opposition to Trump’s platform and ideas. Rush himself said that Trump has implemented much of the policy that the Never-Trumpers have devoted their lives to – yet they’re opposed to Trump.

      The answer is simple. Power. Never-Trumpers wanted to consolidate power on the Conservative side into the Washington D.C beltway. In that regard it makes them no different than the Democrat party. This is the reason why so many so-called “conservatives” were so adamantly opposed to the modern Tea Party – because this was a raw, grassroots movement with decentralized power that broke apart Republican power structures.

      I’ve been saying for quite some time now that the Tea Party revolution began in 2006 when the Democrats took power from the Republicans. It began by chipping away at the GOP establishment. People like John McCain swore oaths with the Democrats that this movement would be defeated – and then we saw the IRS weaponized against the movement.

      The Tea Party is organic governance by the people and people like the Never-Trumpers hate it. Trump himself is the tea party candidate – the pinnacle of the Tea Party movement.

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    • Roger That says:

      Hannity and Limbaugh are using the word conservative to mean two different things, they look at the meaning of it from two different perspectives. Maybe it would clear things up if they used the word patriot instead of conservative for one whose ideas and whose actions are those that preserve our republic and uphold the constitution. My perspective: conservative = statist. A patriot can look like a rebel compared to one of these. Conservative-statist-right-wing tyrants; Liberal-leftist-Maoist-tyrants; patriots-constitution-God-given rights-faith in God for the grace bestowed on this country regardless of the murkiness of its founding.it is a great and righteous thing of beauty and light no one could have ever expected would emerge on this prison planet.

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  2. Citizen 817 says:

    That was great, and Hannity actually let Rush speak.

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Hannity was one of Rush’s early guest hosts. Rush does that alot, giving good local talent a chance to shine on the big stage. That gave Hannity good exposure as talk radio was growing in the wake of Rush’s success and popularity.

      So Rush created the wave that Hannity rode, and Fox rode too for that matter, and Rush helped Hannity onto the wave. Of course there are others who have helped him, and his own talent was necessary, enough so that he may have been able to ride the wave without Rush’s help, but it is good to see respect and appreciation instead of ego driven conflict.

      I would be curious what the world would be like without Rush and those that gave him his big break. Would talk radio have gone national without Rush? Would it be conservative? Would Fox News have been created with conservative stars? Sometimes the world seems to steer the path we go in. Lots of people were inventing automobiles and air planes. But two geniuses brought us electricity, Edison and Tesla.

      Of course, the customers need to be there too. What if broadcast deregulation had happened under Truman instead of Carter and Reagan? Would conservative audiences have even developed developed?

      Anyways that history explains Hannity’s deference.

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      • standlow says:

        A knowledgeable summary of where we are and how we got there. The stars were aligned, at least briefly. We need everything we’ve got to make it last.

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      • mj_inOC says:

        Jim in TN, not sure I can agree on Tesla…

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        • Gary says:

          Tesla worked for Edison at the Menlo Park Lab, IMHO he was far brighter than Edison. You use A/C, that is Telsa’s design, Edison backed D/C systems. J.P. Morgan saw this and backed both. Edison lost his grip when Westinghouse (using Tesla and his A/C design) won the contract for the Niagara powerplant. That was the moment J.P dumped Edison. That’s when General Electric Edison became….General Electric.

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          • Deb says:

            Tesla had vision and genius, but no practical skills or common sense to cash in. It’s a great lesson on how a great idea doesn’t change the world, knowing how to market it does.

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            • Tesla had tremendous, really superhuman, practical skills, in design and engineering, on top of his unparalleled creative insight. The AC motor appeared full blown to him, when he was an unknown who had yet even to come to America, and he built it himself, for just one example (there are many more, each more astounding than the last). And his common sense was also superhuman, compared to your idea of “cashing in”, because he assured the worldwide use of AC power by forfeiting his patent rights (ONE DOLLAR for every horsepower produced).

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        • porkyspen says:

          Wow, mj_inOC, are you serious??? Can’t agree on Tesla? Do yourself a favor and actually read about what Tesla did- especially compared to the “genius” Edison- and then get back to us. Such an oddly ignorant comment.

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      • Red Tsunami! says:

        Jim, ncely said. Hannity appears different interviewing Rush, he always has respect for Rush. Probably from the initial contact which you describe above.

        Many believe Rush does not get it. I believe Rush gets it all too well which is why he has such a massive following and even other “pundits” reference what he has to say.

        30 years ago, even 20 years ago a talk show host could not be so open about traitors in high positions in government and draw such a huge crowd of loyal listeners. The brilliance of Rush was to give the listener enough information to know something was wrong leaving it to the listener to investigate to satisfy the curiosity he generated.

        I hope when Rush retires he releases all of his original radio/TV transcripts (for a fee of course) as they would be a great study.

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        • GB Bari says:

          Rush may be the foremost contemporary expert on pure politics in America. I think Sundance has a broader awareness such as a better grasp of economics in the context of politics than Rush.

          I learned how to read the Left long ago by listening to Rush. I converted from Cruz to Trump because of Rush (I was then still unaware of CTH).

          Rush brought conservative thinking to the mainstream by explaining it in direct, everyday terms, making great analogies, and lacing it with his sarcastic wit.

          Sundance goes into more detail, more background and has become my preferred source. But I still listen to Rush while reading CTH. 😁

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          • Red Tsunami! says:

            GB, SD definately has a broader understanding of all the parts in this struggle. As with you, I learned how to understand the left from Rush. My dad introduced me to Rush in 1991.

            Interesting that I was a Cruzbot before converting to a Trumpian also because of Rush. Began reading CTH around election time when Drudge turned.

            I do believe Rush knows much more than he is letting on. He felt he needed to reach the most listeners

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      • All In for MAGA says:

        Didn’t Rush oppose Trump when he announced he was running for POTUS?

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        • Deb says:

          No, he didn’t oppose him. But he did treat him as a bit of a joke, and called us supporters “Trumpsters.” He never had the same mocking tone with Cruz supporters, which is one reason it rubbed us the wrong way. He was making passive aggressive digs while claiming to be even handed.

          After the primary, he supported PDJT. But not as full throatedly as he does today. I think the NeverTrumpers who were well respected had Rush and others convinced that PDJT couldn’t win. After PDJT came out fighting when the Access Hollywood tape came out, I could tell Rush thought he had a chance, but it was a long shot.

          Since 2016 Rush has either had his eyes opened about the NeverTrumpers and gone MAGA, or he is simply noticing which way the wind is blowing and jumping on the bandwagon. I think Rush is a Patriot, and he knows PDJT can win and is doing his part in the fight.

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          • Elle says:

            That’s all right. I thought Trump was just a Democrat in sheep clothing telling us whatever he thought we yokels wanted to hear and would turn to the left as soon as elected. I voted for him, because I knew if Hillary was elected, we’d be Venezuela by now. Like many, I’m amazed at the success he’s achieved. God bless him.

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            • Darren says:

              Running against corrupt Hillary, unpopular progressive policies and sense of cultural doom was the perfect storm for trump to emerge from. Politically, trump has made lots of good decisions to bring the base to himself after the election. Most newly elected potus run to the center to create a squishy zone of support. Trump could not do that because the party was fractured with the neocons being the least satisfied. Trump wisely ran to the right and forced the party back together.

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          • Nate says:

            I think that’s a little unfair to Rush. It’s true that Rush didn’t enthusiastic support Trump right away, but he was 2nd only to Ann Coulter among mainstream conservative pundits to understand Trump’s appeal. Rush very quickly came to respect Trump’s willingness to fight the Dems as dirty as the Dems fight Republicans. Rush may have had the power to squash Trump’s candidacy in its infancy, but he didn’t. He kept an open mind and that was enough for his followers to maintain an open mind as well. And when the race boiled down to just Trump, Cruz and Kasich, Rush never picked a side. He was fair to all three, which is way better than most “conservatives” were towards Trump.

            I don’t have a bad thing to say about Rush with respect to his treatment of Trump.

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            • GB Bari says:

              Thank you. That’s exactly my recollection of Rush on candidate DJT. I agree that Rush pick up on DJT’s populist appeal earlier than most every pundit on TV. Again, I did not discover CTH until last December.

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        • mikeyboo says:

          No. I listen almost daily. There were others he preferred e.g. Cruz but he was not a Never Trumper. And he has been extremely supportive of the President since the election.

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          • Tom H says:

            You have to know how to listen to Rush. It was clear to me from the beginning that he was impressed by Trump and that he understood him. But he never gets into open advocacy during the primaries…he likes to let things play out. But if you read between the lines, you can tell who he likes. He always liked Trump. I think his biggest concern was that Trump, as a businessman, was never an ideological conservative (which he isn’t). He is an instinctive conservative and loves the American story and traditions (which makes him a conservative.)

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      • Ken says:

        All I know is during the early 90s when I was in the Navy I used to piss off the Bay Area liberals in the office by listening to Rush at 0900. He was dead to rights correct about the Clintons and I’m glad that I found him on the radio back then.

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      • doit4atlas says:

        And Hannity helped Levin, Bongino, O’Keefe and a bunch of others, on to the wave. Sure, O’Keefe was launched via Breitbart, BUT he got national TV exposure on Hannity’s show. For all his faults (tic-tock, talking over his guests incessantly) he has been a stalwart for our side and he deserves to be called a Patriot.

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      • Dutchman says:

        Jim in Tn;
        One thing to factor into your speculations, is the failed attempt to start a LIBERAL version of talk radio:
        It was a miserable failure.

        “Come the need, comes the man”?
        The same speculations about Rush, can be said of our VSG, and many standout individuals from history.

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      • redline says:

        James Maxwell litthe way 😉

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    • Citizen- you are right! First and only time that I ever saw Hannity keep his mouth shut for so long while interviewing a guest. He must really respect Rush!

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    • Dee Paul Deje says:

      He’s the only one that Hannity let’s speak.

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    • yy4u says:

      And the show was better for it. Hannity (and unfortunately Lou Dobbs does the same thing) invites fantastic guests onto their shows and then interrupt them before they can get a full sentence out. Contrast that to Mark Levin’s Sunday night show where the guests actually get to talk. (Laura does the same thing I think. I don’t know. I don’t watch much Fox these days. I hate the Fox format of having a liberal and a conservative on so that the conservative gets shouted down by the liberal).

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      • Zabadak says:

        With you there yy4u. Lou is getting worse and worse. I don’t even watch Hannity anymore except clips. He puts three great guests together so they have a very limited amount of talk time and he constantly interrupts them which takes away even more from their precious time. Horrible format. Laura gives the liberals and leftists WAY too much time. Liberals always talk over the other guest and even over her. Like you, I hate the format. At least Lou keeps the leftwing nut jobs off his show.

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      Amazing that Hannity zipped his lip so his guest Rush could speak. I turn on Hannity to listen to his guests, then he stomps all over the guest. Jeez, he would have a bigger audience if he learned to listen and stop repeating over and over.

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      • dr. D says:

        Agree. I usually don’t watch or listen to Hannity because of that. Lately, because of the midterms, I DVR his show, fast forward through his monologue and try to listen to his guests through his interruptions (my wife sometimes comes into the living room and hears me saying “shut up!” when there’s no one else in the room).

        I appreciate Hannity for his being a patriot and his doggedness on democrat BS, but just can’t watch or listen to his repetitive talking points, especially when he interrupts someone who might be about to say something important and new.

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    • You missed Rush’s delicious joke? He said to Hannity….I should pause to let you interrupt? Hannity got the joke and laughed. It was wonderful.

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  3. Whitehall says:

    To explore further one of the items Rush mentioned, please read Angelo Codevilla’s recent piece “Our Revolution’s Logic.”
    https://americanmind.org/essays/our-revolutions-logic/

    Essentially the ruling class are no longer fellow citizens with normal Americans and the logic of revolutions will devolve to pure power – hence violence. The only hope is a significant Republican win in the midterms – perhaps that will allow cooler heads to prevail on the Left and convince them that compromise is the better path than domination.

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    • JoAnn Leichliter says:

      This essay lays out in stark and accurate terms the appalling situation in which we find ourselves today. Prescient and sad…

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    • Jim in TN says:

      Codevilla’s analysis relies on declarations that aren’t supported. Ann Coulter could not declare Trump as a bigger failure in the face of his enemies. And the good people of this country who are resisting, (I hate how the left perverts and steals language), truly resisting the revolution against this country are portrayed as having abandoned the principles this country was founded upon.

      He also portrays victory in the upcoming elections as defeat. And holds out as the only possible good outcome as victory in this election followed by victory by some unnamed conservative in 2020 who magically has the ability to marshal all the RINOs who betray Trump at the drop of a hat, and seek out some compromise truce where each side will let the other be.

      How disappointing. Working and living in the Boston area has blinded him to the true evils of the left. They will never accept such a compromise. And he is woefully ignorant of the nature of the people that are being buffaloed and bullied in this revolution. We have not given up on the principles that make this country great, and we fully intend to use them to end this power grab the ways we have ended multiple power grabs in the past.

      We did not need a civil war to take out Tammany Hall. Nor to return us to Capitalism in 1980 and again in 2016. And after saving the world, twice, we kept communism at bay and faced it down on the world stage, saving the world yet again.

      There are always power abusers in our midst. Relying on our principles, and helping our neighbors to return to these principles, we will defeat them again.

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    • Oscar Oddpicker says:

      I also suggest reading Angelo Codevilla’s seminal piece “Ruling Class vs. Country Class.” facehttps://spectator.org/39326_americas-ruling-class-and-perils-revolution/
      Written in 2010, this essay traces the origins of the progressive “Ruling Class” in this country and accurately details the nature of our Ruling Elite and the challenges normal Americans (i.e. “Country Class”) face today.
      Rush refers to this essay at least once a week.

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    • Suzanne says:

      That was interesting from an historical perspective and he made some valid points. He, along with many others, makes what in my opinion is a mistake by continuing to refer to the left as Progressives instead of labeling them more accurately as Communists and referring to the Democrats as the Democratic Party when in point of fact there is nothing democratic about their agenda.
      I also think he and many others underestimate the increasing willingness of those they wish to oppress to simply lock, load, and mow them down like so much cannon fodder.

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    • Teagan says:

      Yesterday I saw a video (I believe from an incident in Portland) with a young white man harrassing a woman with very vulgar language, all the while knowing and not caring one iota that he was being filmed. She was dressed in patriotic clothes, guess that what set him off….and she mentioned her husband was killed in the 9/11 attack and his response was disgusting in the extreme. My point…I don’t think landslide win by Republicans will change the mindset of this type of low life. Do you think it would make Rosie o’Donnell any more civil? Pigs are going to be pigs.

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    • Orville R. Bacher says:

      VOTE LIKE YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON IT. It does.

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  4. Cooper45 says:

    Rush is the consummate voice of American conservatism and has been for decades. I had a membership on his site a few years ago and the humor on his paid site during the radio stations’ ad breaks was priceless.

    A Rush Limbaugh show on FNC would be a great addition due to his unique political insights and perspectives. He’s also a great promoter for rational, self reliance promoting Conservative thought.

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    • Peoria Jones says:

      TV has a tendency to ruin people. I think he’s more effective staying right where he is, where he can concentrate his talents. Besides, he has often stated how that medium is not right for him. No way he could be beholden to the Rupert boys.

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      • All In for MAGA says:

        Same applies to Michael Savage. He has a huge ego, but deservedly so. That puts off many, but his “Borders, Language, Culture” message is spot-on.

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      • Orville R. Bacher says:

        The Ruperts are pretending to “balance” with Lefty Talking Heads, but are in fact, destroying the Fox brand. If their audience wanted to listen to the DEMented party irrational talking points, then there are lots of other channels to turn to.

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        • GB Bari says:

          The Murdoch Pajama Boys are Globalist Cabal members and that’s their bias.

          I don’t think most Americans who register and vote Democrat are truly aware of what their party stands for. Most of the younger Democrats, when asked, cannot articulate Democrats platform or policy. Heck, I’d bet most of the tv news personalities and reporters cannot describe their Party’s objectives or platform.

          All these useful tools know is “resist Trump.” Lots of emotion, not much intellect.

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    • standlow says:

      Rush is all radio. Television, except for occasional interviews, is not his metier. He acknowledges this any time it is proposed.

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    • bayoukiki says:

      He’s tried it. He’ll tell you himself – he’s made for radio, not TV. You noticed him catching himself several times from going places he normally goes freely on his show. I totally agree with him 99.9% of the time and very much appreciate his clarity – it helps me sort in my own mind. My biggest criticism is that he or his team obviously come here and pick up some of Sundance’s analysis but doesn’t give credit where due

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    • No He will be fired for stating his opinion! Liberals are ready to take down any conservatives for no reason!

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      • mj_inOC says:

        That was tried numerous times. His sponsors were inundated, however, they too are faithful. [See above post on his initial marketing strategy.]

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        • His sponsors did leave him for awhile and got bombarded with people and lost a lot of money! They returned! That was about 10 years ago? Then he renewed the contract for the highest ever paid to a radio host! it was 400 million contract for 8 years in 2008.
          Renewed his contract in 2016 for more money! Never disclosed the exact money!

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    • Cooper45 says:

      It is reasonable for many posters above to think that Rush is only suited for radio but I don’t agree. His paid website shows him on camera talking in his chair throughout his 3 hour broadcast but not during radio ad breaks and he was not boring to watch.

      During the ad breaks as stated earlier, they cut away to humorous skits or other funny distractions. The fellow that used to impersonate Obama talking and singing etc was a riot as were other comedy bits. Rush’s Al Gore countdown clock to the end of the world has long since passed the time that Gore warned the world about.

      A TV show with Rush could be a mix of brilliant commentary and comedy.

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      • ladypenquin says:

        I think Rush would be great on with a TV show today. Consider how worthless the Leftist talk TV shows are. He’d get a huge audience and people would pay attention. In fact, in today’s climate, he’d actually do better than in the past.

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  5. Blind no longer says:

    That was a fantastic interview. Rush knows and has said many times that PDJT has the best political instincts he’s ever seen and that their just a natural instinct, he doesn’t have to study or try to create! One of the best things about Rush, like PDJT is his optimism and enthusiasm for our Country! My favorite part of this interview…Rush says WE HOLD THE HOUSE AND PICK UP IN THE SENATE!!!! Rush is 99.5 percent right all the time!!!

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  6. mdaush says:

    Interesting that Rush said he knew when Trump came down the elevator…that he would be the nominee. That may be so but he sure kept it to himself at the time. He was pushing Cruz hard. I remember it vividly since I would get upset with him for doing so. Almost to the point that I was going to shut him off for good because Lying Ted was just too close to the Deep State with his wife’s job and that he was for the TTP at the time.

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    • Tony says:

      Knock it off with the Lyin’ Ted garbage. That was nothing more than Trump being theatrical. Fact is no senator is more despised by career politicians than Cruz. Try giving a listen to his floor speech takedown of McConnell and then tell me if he’s still “too close to the deep state.”

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      • jeans2nd says:

        Please explain Cruz soccer balls and teddy bears at the border welcoming illegals, Cruz giving Obama TPP approval by requiring a 2/3 Senate “No” vote rather than a 2/3 Senate “Yes” vote.
        I’ll wait.

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      • mj_inOC says:

        Was an initial Cruz supporter that early morning at Liberty U, until he joined McConnell’s RSC to only support INCUMBENTS, no Tea Party ppl, then lied about ´Heidi and I mortgaged our home for presidential bid,’ to later find out they borrowed $1M from Goldman and $1M elsewhere… His 7 mountains theology didn’t help either.

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      • Irons says:

        I did shut Rush off for several months because he was pushing canadian cruz and other establishment CINO’s so hard. He even referred to rubio as a “Full throated conservative”. Made me gag.
        Bottom line: Rush is OK when he’s not being an establishment hack.

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        • dutzie60 says:

          ☝️☝☝☝. THIS. ☝️☝☝☝

          That’s for Irons. I agree totally and did the same thing.

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        • wildsailor2018 says:

          Yup. #metoo….and I don’t believe I have listened to him since as a matter of fact. Throughout the 2016 campaign season I listened intently every day. It was on/off for me when I had the time to listen up to that point. When Trump won the nomination and the ‘negative waves’ on that choice started to flow I dropped listening and really have not been back. Same with Levin. That whiny complainer is not just off my list I have almost forgot about him. Rush, well, he was not real obnoxious about it like Levin was but he still lost me to point of take him or lose him in a sort of way.

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          • dr. D says:

            With due respect, imo, you really should try to get over what someone said or did 3 years ago. I think at this point, you won’t find a bigger Trump supporter than Rush. Levin seems to be on board also.

            A lot of people didn’t jump on the Trump train right away. What matters now is if they eventually got on. We need all the help we can get.

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    • Justice says:

      Did the same thing. It was all about Conservatism at that time. I did shut him off and also Glenn Beck and Mark Levin.

      I knew Trump was not the cookie-cutter Conservative, but that was of no importance to anybody who really understood who he was and his mission.

      I kept saying to my friends, “This isn’t about Conservatism.” That did not bode well for me in this area, but eventually everybody came around to understand.

      Trump now shows his Conservatism regularly and it’s refreshing to have this man as our leader. (Now…if he can just do better on his Twitters. Oh, boy.)

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  7. StanH says:

    Get’em Rush. That was simply awesome. He can speak extemporaneously keeping his point better than most. It also appears he’s had enough of the never-Trumpers, that’s as big as LBJ losing Cronkite. He understands that President Trump is exactly the right man at the right time and intends to watch his flanks, with his full-throated support. We have the will, the people, and the stars are aligned, it is time to vanquish the hard left in the USA…VOTE!

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  8. simicharmed says:

    Rush stated it perfectly>>>>>>>(the behaviors) “These people on the Left is really a series of Psychological Disorders”.

    Over the past few years (witnessing behaviors by Leftists), I truly believe this segment of our society suffers from mental illness and/or brainwashing to the point of brain damage.

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    • Dutchman says:

      In our ‘modern’ society, we buy into the secular idea that all things in nature have a scientific, rational explanation, and that includes psychology.

      What we are seeing, with TDS, etc. is NOT “Mental Illness”, its NOT psychological. Its a Spiritual illness; a disease of the soul.

      The ‘tell’, or ‘giveaway’, is that there are no medical or psychological treatments that can ‘cure’ spiritual disorders.

      There is no psychological or medical ‘cure’ for addiction; no amount of $ makes any difference. Whether you go to Betty Ford, or an AA or NA meeting, in an unused basement in a inner city church, you get the SAME 12 step program, and step one is aknowledging a higher power.

      There is NO medical or psychological treatment for pedophilia, or sociopaths.

      They are maladies of the soul, and I fear TDS is also.

      So, if you have relatives who have succumbed to TDS, …PRAY for them, and PRAY for the many others infected.

      Think of them as possesed by demons. You CAN’T reason with a demon.

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  9. Monticello says:

    Enjoyed this Sundance, thanks for posting.
    I got a kick out of Rush bashing the never Trumpers , spot on.

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  10. marko says:

    That is one of the best interviews I’ve heard and yes….Hannity kept his mouth shut and let Rush speak. It was clear Hannity was NOT going to talk over Rush like he does his guests on his TV show. Anyway…Rush analysis is always spot on.

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  11. Great interview! We need more young republicans who can take over for the next generation! Looks like more liberals are being trained for next 50 years! Our great generation will end in the next 20 years!

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  12. Bth says:

    In 2016 Rush NEVER predictable a Trump victory. In fact, he went out of his way to declare his unwillingness to do so. I noted this at the time, and in fact sent him several emails imploring him to recognize the similarities between his style and appeal with Trump. Today, he is on the Trump train, and of course fairly confident in the midterms. But that is hugely easier and much more obvious. No disrespect, but worthy of note to me.

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    • GB Bari says:

      You missed a major reason why he didn’t endorse DJT. Rush never endorsed anyone in the primaries. He knew he would support the Republican nominee so didn’t want to alienate any of the primary candidates. However if you listened to him constantly you would have realized well before the Primaries had completed that Rush was consistently more enthusiastic and positive about DJT than any other candidate, and for all the correct reasons.

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  13. Cat Lady says:

    Why didn’t he let Rush make his point about WFB’s opinion of our VSGPDJT?!?! Great interview but it left me wondering about that.

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  14. Anecdotal:

    One of my client’s is in the petroleum pipe manufacturing business. His business is booming. He is buying new facilities, modernizing existing plants, expanding shifts. They manufacture to custom orders, so no production to build inventories. They turn away customers because they can’t meet the demands, even with expanding from one 8-hour sift/day (Obama economy), to one-twelve hour shift (MAGA economy). They would like to go to a second shift but are concerned about hiring. Existing workers are jumping employers and going to competitors for as little as a $0.50/hour increase. This would have been un-heard of in the Obama economy.

    They used to get their steel from So. Korea; but that is going away. More and more of the raw steel is coming from the US. The higher price isn’t a factor. The owner described what is going on as a “patriotic economy.”

    This is the way it is suppose to be for the American worker – opportunity and wage increase. And this is the way it is suppose to be for the American business owner – expanding business with growing client demand !

    Winning…………………God Bless P Trump.

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  15. Concerned says:

    Breaking News That’s Not Breaking News – more Hillary Clinton, State Department and DOJ corruption. No-one doing anything about it, of course.

    Federal Judge “Shocked” To Find Obama State Dept Lied To Protect Hillary From Email Server Lawsuits
    https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/inline-images/barackobamahillaryclinton-1469702905.jpg?itok=wFkAZAmQ

    As Fox News reports, the transparency group Judicial Watch initially sued the State Department in 2014, seeking information about the response to the Benghazi attack after the government didn’t respond to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. Other parallel lawsuits by Judicial Watch are probing issues like Clinton’s server, whose existence was revealed during the course of the litigation.

    The State Department had immediately moved to dismiss Judicial Watch’s first lawsuit, but U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth (who was appointed to the bench by President Ronald Reagan) denied the request to dismiss the lawsuit at the time, and on Friday, he said he was happy he did, charging that State Department officials had intentionally misled him because other key documents, including those on Clinton’s email server, had not in fact been produced.

    “It was clear to me that at the time that I ruled initially, that false statements were made to me by career State Department officials, and it became more clear through discovery that the information that I was provided was clearly false regarding the adequacy of the search and this – what we now know turned out to be the Secretary’s email system.”

    “I don’t know the details of what kind of IG inquiry there was into why these career officials at the State Department would have filed false affidavits with me. I don’t know the details of why the Justice Department lawyers did not know false affidavits were being filed with me, but I was very relieved that I did not accept them and that I allowed limited discovery into what had happened.”

    Perhaps the deep state remains in control behind the scenes after all (consider the recent back-pedal on declassifying the Russian probe documents)? Surprise, Surprise

    https://www.zerohedge.com/sites/default/files/styles/inline_image_desktop/public/inline-images/barackobamahillaryclinton-1469702905.jpg?itok=wFkAZAmQ

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    • Dutchman says:

      Seen this story, several sources, and my initial responce hasn’t changed; I am SHOCKED, that the Judge is shocked!

      What kind of bubble, are these judges living in? Don’t they read newspapers?

      If this is typical of judges, makes it easier to understand the Fisa court judges, accepting warrant applications and rubberstamping without question.

      Apperently there is an inherent bias, to automatically assume the prosecutors are being honest with the court, and “playing by the rules”!

      Don’t they understand as Judges, they are the REFEREES; their job is to call “balls and strikes”, without favor.

      That means not automatically assuming the prosecutors or the defence ‘would NEVER cheat’, ….what an idiot this Judge is, for admitting his naivete!

      Hopefully, like Judge Ellis, he is ‘red pilled’, and “won’t be fooled again!”

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      • Can we believe at all that they are truly shocked? CYA is rife with traitors. they are daring when they believe they are shielded and weasels when discovery is a threat to them.

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      • GB Bari says:

        “Don’t they read newspapers?”

        They probably do. That’s why the judge was shocked. Which newspaper has consistently reported the truth about Russiagate and FISAgate, or any Democrat/ Deep State crime?

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  16. Neera Goitein says:

    Rush has always said he will not endorse any Republican in the primaries.
    And he has stuck to that through all the presidential elections that I have listened to.
    Only when the nominee is formally chosen at the convention does he 100% get behind that person.

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    • Apollo says:

      This is true. Hard to argue with this position.

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    • I was astounded by the Trump supporters who were as angry as the left mob because he was consistent…even though regular loyal listeners not only heard him offering helpful advice to Trump…but also heard Trump ACKNOWLEDGE the insight and rapid training that Rush provided him.

      Mark Levin was especially rancid and I am so proud of Sean Hannity for having not shoved it in his face as LEvin gradually realized that his own hubris had blinded him because of relative of his was related to Cruz.

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  17. intercesser says:

    I just found it really interesting that Rush would even broach the subject of people interjecting their mental health issues into politics . I am the only one who saw post-abortion syndrome at the Kavanaugh hearings ? And maybe even at the Clarence Thomas hearings years earlier ?

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    • I have been in pro life closing on a decade now and I can completely support what you saw. On the sidewalks we see the derangement and since so many of this group were once victims of this pagan extermination process there is nothing but sympathy for their suffering…and as the years go by more tolerance and sorrow at the self-destruction that all of this denial wreaks on those still wed to their Faustian bargain.

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  18. ogoggilby says:

    Rush sat in for Pat Sajak, March 30, 1990. Twenty-eight years ago. I remember watching this show on my 12″ B&W Panasonic TV in my Dupont Circle efficiency apartment. The unhinged misfits in the audience provided the entertainment. Rush kept his cool. Here’s a clip:

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  19. Curt says:

    The Republican party, as its been structured the past 30 years, is the real failure. RINOs and, do nothing Republicans, have bent over backwards to accommodate their leftist Democrat accomplices. The coming of Trump has given “some” of them the courage to actually stand up for something meaningful. We all know who and what the Democrats are, but its been the Republicans who have been ineffective, weak, and self serving……. they ARE the problem! If it was not for President Donald Trump, they, like the cowardly lion in the “Wizard of OZ”, would still be looking for their courage. Donald Trump has awarded them a “Certificate of Courage” and some of them have amazingly acted accordingly. Its so amazing what one man can do!!!!

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    • Dutchman says:

      You must be young, no offence. This has been going on for a LOT longer than 30 years. Actually, its been going on in BOTH parties.
      Initially, candidates were selected in ‘smoke filled back rooms’, and selected by party elders.
      Then, they came up with primaries and caucuses, to give the ‘rank and file’the ILLUSION that they had SOME input, into the process.
      Of coarse, the PARTIES run the primaries, and they rig the system, to insure their chosen candidate USUALLY wins. Then they do the old “your candidate lost, fair and square, now we need to come together behind our chosen candidate, to beat the other guy, cause he’s gonna,..fill in blank. ( Take away your social security, guns, abortions, whatever).
      Usually, it works, but occasionally the ‘base’ rebels ; 1968 democrat convention, 1964 republican convention, etc. Sometimes the party elders lose control, sometimes the party loses the election.
      Recent times we have BOTH parties being overtaken by their base.

      THIS is to my mind what the republican base has wanted for years; Conservative values honestly debated against liberal values. Something BOTH parties leadership have avoided.

      Never thought the outcome of such a debate would be in doubt, ever since watching William F. Buckley, on Firing Line.
      Coarse, hardcore leftists have also wanted this debate, cause they always thought they would win.lol

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    • CharterOakie says:

      Right, there is no substitute for courageous, principled leadership.

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  20. I began a story this morning showing that identity politics is the key to the plantation. People, having thrown out (inadvertently since it’s been stolen from all venues of public influence – education, media, government, marketing) all devotion to American values that could not help but be tied to Judeo Christian values (the ONLY religion on this earth that says that no human being is worth more than another or has any less right to freedom and pursuit of personal potential, based on God given talents and free will hard work ethics) , are WIRED to worship something.

    Even the most cynical and atheistic of shrinks will admit to this. Likewise doctors do not dismiss the difference in potential recuperation of patients with faith vs those without it. Suffering with courage and good humor do NOT characterize the terrified of pain and scarcity atheists and narcissists.

    Hence we have identity politics.

    Retaining one’s youth, or the appearance of it was an early version of it, but the ‘diversity’ that was shoved on us by radical Alinskyites, who have swallowed up every victim identity in their wave to gain domination, has bred this era of cultural mobs and ingrates and ogres.

    So you identify as LGBT?
    We will market to you and educate you and lure you and welcome you and oh how cozy and comfortable and worthwhile you will feel in this known quest.
    Get a little drained from all of the effort to sustain your enthusiasm to be primarily this identity?
    Want to search for something more?
    Those welcoming doors will be an impregnable barricade.
    SHOULD you manage to escape the relentless pursuit, fueled by rage of the elites will do one of two things…you will be dragged back onto the plantation and succumb to some form of despair…

    …or you will experience the most exhilarating rush of fortitude and discovery of your own potential.

    With this your eyes and ears will be open to that ‘fairytale’ of the basic values that made this country exceptional.

    You will see that the true fairytale has been the manufactured gospels imposed upon you by the elites, using their marketing finesse and their power as hostage takers of us since childhood.

    You will see that if you dig deep into even a little history and challenge that which you swallowed whole as a plantation dweller, that the reason that they demand silence and persecution is because scholastically, scientifically, rationally and humanely….they have nothing.

    You rediscover the gratitude and at the same time grows in you a sense of being part of a different collective, one that is all inclusive on the one hand, turning away no one….but EXCLUSIVE in demanding that to achieve your potential there are rigid natural laws and principles that cannot be violated without your sinking back into the abyss of despair.

    The point is that the moment you identify yourself with a group the elites tag you as surely as a cattle grazing.

    And the elites have already identified themselves as just that…elites. With that self-coronation they have projected upon all of us the same godless need to find our ‘identity’ in some limited, nowhereseville man made vision.

    THe agnostics and atheists who are activists are angry. Those who are live and let live are often unaware how much of their tolerance is due to their being open to a divine goodness that they do not reject in others or themselves. Natural law is from nature which comes from a Creator who gave each of us skills and talents that could help us to achieve near supernatural goodness ourselves.

    Goodness. Not evil. Goodness is inclusive. Evil is tyrannical.

    ….Yeah, quite a first thought to be pushing out of my brain upon awakening….

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  21. The only thing I hold against Rush is forging the EIB path that made it possible for Hannity to trample all over guests the way he does.

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  22. 3%er says:

    Rush is my guy, Trump is my guy, I am so happy we have our VSG,what great time to raise my young conservative boy.

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