Limbaugh claimed the media have a "blueprint for destroying" Republicans they disagree with, but they won't take Trump down. "He doesn't fit that mold. They're trying to every day. It's kind of comical to watch," he said referring to the New York Times, Washington Post, ABC, CBS and NBC, among others.
Why does President Trump’s adversarial relationship with the establishment media seem to help him sell himself and his agenda? What could be better than getting your enemies in the media to provide you with a live broadcast documenting your beatdown of them.
When we look at this week’s protests during the Trump -- Pence inauguration and their potential for violence we need to see most protesters for what they are; victims of Far-Left propaganda and the cult of political correctness.
Donald Trump truly represents our only hope in stopping Hillary. He is the only person standing between her and the White House. It’s time for all clear-thinking, patriotic, liberty-loving Americans – Republican, independent or Democrat – to rally around him before it’s too late.
Donald Trump would be well advised to call out Hillary Clinton with Rush Limbaugh’s idea. Here’s the trade: amnesty for illegals, but no citizenship — no right to vote — for 10, 15, or 25 years.
Rush Limbaugh said that Donald Trump was “brilliant” Wednesday when he “hijacked the Democrat convention” by holding a press conference. According to Limbaugh, Trump’s press conference was “a freewheeling, no-holds-barred, no-controls-on-the-media, ‘Whatever you want to ask me, ask me’ press conference.”
Pointing to violent protests in Baltimore and Ferguson, Missouri, as examples, Limbaugh said a Trump victory would precipitate mass outrage from Democrats around the country. He predicted a wave of recount demands, regardless of how close the election actually is, as well as lawsuits from Democrats attempting to upend a Trump presidency.
Say what you will about Donald Trump -- how many years have people been begging for a Republican to just once take on the media the way Trump did? All the way from the premise, to the details, to the motivation, he took 'em all on.
"In the words of a famous and well-known politician, what difference does it make now?" Limbaugh said on his show Monday, referring to an oft-quoted line by Hillary Clinton.
I’m already seeing Trump supporters declare Rush Limbaugh a member of the “Establishment” for saying Cruz is not cheating, but Rush is right. Cruz is not cheating, he is winning.
Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh on Thursday panned Ohio Gov. John Kasich's vow to stay in the presidential race with the hope of securing the GOP nomination. "You might say, 'Well, Rush that's what all candidates say, you gotta talk positive like that.' Well, yeah, but, I mean, you can't be delusional," Limbaugh said on his show.
The way to beat Trump is to beat him in the primaries and caucuses, not steal from him the nomination when he gets the most votes. Playing cute by saying he needed 1,237 and came up short does not work in the real world when he has the most delegates. Beat Trump at the ballot box, not the convention.
Trump’s flip-flops on issues are a concern to 57% and only 46% disagree with Rush Limbaugh’s warning that Trump is not a conservative.
We think Rush missed it big time with his comment about Senator Rubio because, based on his record going back to when he was in the Florida legislature, if Marco Rubio is a “full throated conservative” it is because he is all talk on our issues.
We already know Trump can do just fine without mainstream national political media, and that he can do pretty well with minimal support from the conservative blogosphere. But can he win if he loses talk radio? We may be on the cusp of finding out.
Former Vice President Al Gore made a prediction for the earth’s point of no return 10 years ago and talk radio host Rush Limbaugh held him to it since that day in 2006. The countdown clock on Limbaugh’s site has been running for nearly 10 years since Gore’s apocalyptic prediction about the earth as a result of greenhouse emissions. Less than a month remains in the countdown.
RUSH LIMBAUGH: Marco Rubio was part of the Gang of Eight trying to secure amnesty and wishes he wasn’t. Ted Cruz never was and they’re trying to make it out like he was. And at the end of the day, when people go vote, people are going to remember of the two, it was Marco Rubio that was a member of the Gang of Eight and Ted Cruz that wasn’t. And that’s as complicated, or simple, as it’s going to end up being.
Conservative talk radio superstar Rush Limbaugh criticized Donald Trump’s recent attack on Sen. Ted Cruz as “no different” than what the Republican establishment or the media would say in attacking the Texas Republican.
On Monday the two nationally syndicated radio hosts came to Ted Cruz's aid, bashing Donald Trump for tearing into a fellow anti-establishment candidate to their combined audiences of millions.
The Conservative-Media Revolution Has Forced the Liberal Media to Abandon Any Pretense of Objectivity
Rush says, he firmly believes that the conservative-media revolution has caused the liberal media to abandon any pretense of objectivity and fairness and actively advocate on the Left’s behalf. This has led in turn to the hyper-partisan nature of our politics today.