RUSH: I'm dead serious, my friends. Hillary Clinton is the CEO and chief operating officer of Bimbo Eruptions Inc. Hillary Clinton may have finally found a way to appropriately reconnect with supporters, especially in Hollywood here. What a great service Hillary could provide to the movers and shakers in Hollywood, the Casting Crouch Brigade. She's an expert in these situations. She's the most cheated-on woman in America, and every guy that's ever done it has prosper and had triumphed and has never paid the price.
She is an expert at this! Harvey and his people run around and try to hire crisis PR firms and all that, but don't skimp. Hillary has a price. It may be expensive, but time has shown that it is worth it! (interruption) What are you laughing at in there, Mr. Snerdley? (interruption) Well, all good comedy is comedy 'cause there's an element of truth in it, right? That's why you're laughing. (interruption) "Bill Cosby, 57 women on record. Harvey Weinstein between 28 and 30."
Hillary Clinton has led the most successful War on Women ever -- and, in the process, she saved her husband's name, his career, his presidency, and the Democrat Party! Tell me how Harvey could do any better. You think Harvey was a bully? You ain't seen nothing yet 'til you hire Hillary! Just wait now -- and she takes the money. We know that too. If you're talking about silencing women, preserving the viability of a serial sexual predator, Hillary Clinton is the GOAT! She is the Greatest of All Time.
There's nobody in here league! Don't call Jeff Epstein. Don't call Bill Clinton. Don't call anyone else. Call the woman that showed everybody how it's done -- and, after doing it, you still get heap big praise in the media, and so will she. Hillary Clinton single-handedly could put every crisis PR firm out of business if she would take on Harvey Weinstein as a client and work her magic. Show me one time where it hasn't worked. You can't! In terms of silencing women, and destroying their reputations and preserving and preserving the viability of a serial sexual predator, Hillary Clinton is unmatched.
She is the Greatest of All Time. (interruption) What are you frowning at in there, Dawn? She's a GOAT. The greatest of all time. That's what the acronym is. Admit it, Hollywood: You need Hillary now more than ever. Make the move. The New York Times is waiting to write the story. NBC would love to, to get this whole Ronan Farrow embarrassment off their Web page and their network. To the phones quickly, Jared in Quincy, Illinois. Great to have you on the EIB Network, sir. How are you doing?
CALLER: I'm doing great Rush. A comment about this media and Harvey Weinstein stuff. It's really kind of unusual but not unpredictable that they're heaping praise on all these women who were abused. They called them, the media says, "incredibly brave," when in fact many sat on this story for 15 or 20 years and allowed the serial abuse -- and other women to be abused -- based on their silence. I can foresee a time maybe like at the Oscars where all these women will be called to the stage for a standing ovation. I'm not blaming them, but I'm just saying, "You're not a hero. The heroes are the ones who are willing to sacrifice a role in a movie to stop abuse," and there's very, very few of those in Hollywood, unfortunately.
RUSH: Now, I have to say, this is a fascinating proposition. You're making a point here. You're not trying to vilify these women. You just don't understand why in the world they're being called brave when they all waited for somebody else to come forward. Right?
CALLER: Yes, Rush. Yes. Harvey Weinstein is destroyed after the first things came out. Once he was destroyed, there's no bravery coming out. I mean, that's piling on. I mean, I can see why they would do it, but the brave were the people that --
RUSH: Your comment really is not even aimed at the women. It's at the people in the media and elsewhere who are attaching that label to them. Of course, they'll accept it. They'll take the label "brave" and run with it, and accept the fact that they were.
RUSH: It's a good point. It's a good point. Where was the bravery? Where is the bravery? Where's the bravery when it's already out there and then there's a bunch of piling on? Good. Good. I'm glad you caught through today. I gotta take a break because we're out of precious, busy broadcast moments, but there are more. We'll be back to them before you know it.
RUSH: Now, look. I can think of one reason why these women would not come forward with their testimony against Harvey Weinstein, and that reason -- once again -- is Hillary Clinton. These women have to know what happened to Paula Jones and what happened to Monica Lewinsky and all the others that tried to be brave where Bill Clinton was concerned. She's the hire to fix this, I guarantee you.
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