Rush calls out the REAL PROBLEM!
As if you didn’t expect it as a listener of his show, Rush killed it as per usual on Fox News Sunday as he delivered his thoughts thoughts on the matters of the day that both afflict and concern our nation.
Of course, no one expects Rush to hold back on what he believes and after reading the bill passed through congress and signed by the President, he believes that not only Democrats, but some Republicans who hate Donald Trump sabotaged the bill.
And beyond that, he says that both parties are actively trying to get rid of Donald Trump. I couldn’t agree more as a common sensor. Let’s not forget there is in fact an American ruling class, more of a ruling political class — and what they think of everyone else is as if you were expendable. Rush touches on these points.
Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh, speaking to “Fox News Sunday,” charged that the compromise spending bill recently signed by President Trump to avert another partial government shutdown was little more than a disguised effort by some Republicans to torpedo his 2020 presidential candidacy.
“Both parties have people that are still trying to get rid of Donald Trump,” Limbaugh said, asserting that Democrats are also working to guarantee a “permanent underclass of voters” who are “uneducated” and “don’t even speak” English.
He continued: “I read this bill — this spending bill, this bill is outrageous. [It includes] welcoming centers for newly arriving illegal aliens, and all kinds of medical care” — a reference to the allocation of $192,700,000 in the bill’s conference agreement to enhance medical care and transportation for illegal immigrants in U.S. custody, including to shelters run by nonprofits.
“The purpose of this bill, I think, was eventually to be used by the Democrats and some Republicans to tell the American people, ‘See, electing President Trump was pointless, worthless, he can’t protect you, he can’t stop us, he can’t do what he said he was going to do, because we hate him so much we’re not going to allow him to do it — that’s what this bill is,” Limbaugh said.
The talk show host rejected claims that Trump is unduly influenced by right-wing media figures and “wackos” — an accusation that resurfaced amid the ongoing border wall funding dispute.
Late last year, a slew of prominent conservatives, including columnist Ann Coulter, excoriated Trump for appearing to back down on his threat not to sign any spending bill without wall funding. Trump responded by unfollowing Coulter on Twitter, then reversing course and insisting on money for the barrier project on the way to a historic 35-day partial government shutdown.
“It’s just another effort to continue to try to diminish the president — diminish President Trump as someone who doesn’t know what he’s doing, can’t do it without guidance from the wacko right,” Limbaugh told host Chris Wallace. “It’s not at all the way he’s governing, and there isn’t anybody doing what I do that has a thing to do with actually making policy for this president.”
On Friday, Trump said he is declaring a national emergency on the southern border, tapping into executive powers in a bid to divert billions toward construction of a wall even as he signed a funding package to avert another shutdown that includes just $1.4 billion for border security — far short of the $5.7 billion he has long requested for the wall.
The compromise legislation, which overwhelmingly passed in the House and Senate last week, contained enough funding for building just 55 miles of barricades, not the 200-plus miles the White House has sought.
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