RUSH: Madonna, you know, she’s been — like I say, the elevator not hitting the top floors there for quite a while. It’s clearly worsening, you know, her mental state and acuity. She’s wearing one of those stupid hats. And we got two sound bites here. She has since recanted the second bite, what she’s saying here, because the Secret Service was looking into it…
RUSH: And then this is the threat to blow up the White House.
MADONNA: Yes, I’m angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House.
RUSH: Unhappy, violent, let Americans see ’em and hear ’em, as far as I’m concerned. She’s since recanted that because the Secret Service said they were gonna look into it. I wouldn’t have given it a second thought. She’s just out there blowing off steam. Better than the other things she usually blows off. But blowing up the White House, I mean, for crying out loud.
But this is who they are. These are the people that are largely responsible for Trump winning, and I don’t care what you think is happened to the American culture, this is not the kind of stuff that grows a movement of happy, contented, productive, cooperative people. This is the antithesis of that.
RUSH: ABC News here.
KARL: Thanks for being here, your first week. (unintelligible)
SPICER: Thank you.
KARL: Uh, before I get to a policy question, just a question about the nature of your job.
KARL: Is it your intention to always tell the truth from that podium and —
RUSH: (busts out laughing) Ha! Ha!”
KARL: — do you pledge never to knowingly say something that is not true?
RUSH: Did we tune in at the right time or what? (laughing)
SPICER: It’s an honor to do this, and yes, I believe that we have to be honest with the American people. I think sometimes we can disagree with the facts. There are certain things that we may mis… we may not fully understand when we come out but our intention is never to lie to you, Jonathan. Our job is to make sure that sometimes…
SPICER: You’re in the same boat. There are times when you guys tweet something out or write a story, and you publish a correction. That doesn’t mean that you were intentionally trying to deceive readers and the American people.
RUSH: Yes, it does!
SPICER: I think we should be afforded the same opportunity. There are times when we believe something to be true or we get something from an agency or we act in haste because the information available wasn’t complete, when our desire to communicate with the American people and make sure —
RUSH: I wouldn’t give ’em an inch on this. I wouldn’t go — I — (crosstalk)
SPICER: — but again I think when you look net-net, we’re gonna do our best every time we can. I’m gonna come out here and tell you the facts as I know ’em.
RUSH: Damn straight, we’re not gonna lie to you, you clown!
SPICER: But I don’t —
RUSH: What the hell kind of question is that?
SPICER: It is a two-way street. There are many mistakes the media makes all the time.
RUSH: Right on!
SPICER: They misreport something. They don’t report something. They get their facts wrong.
RUSH: Right on.
SPICER: I don’t think that’s always, you know, to turn around and say, “Okay, you were intentionally lying.”
RUSH: Yes, it is.
SPICER: I think we all go, try to do our best jobs and do it with a degree of integrity —
RUSH: No, they don’t!
SPICER: — in our respective industries.
RUSH: Here’s the next Ashley Judd before we hit our next obscene profit break…
JUDD: I’m nasty, like my bloodstains on my bed sheets. Why are tampons and pads still taxed when Viagra and Rogaine are not?
RUSH: Are you kidding?
JUDD: Is the bloodstain on my jeans more embarrassing than the thinning of your hair? Half my life I have been zipping up my smile hoping you don’t think I want to unzip your jeans. Our pussies are for our pleasure. They are for birthing new generations of filthy, vulgar, nasty, proud Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh, you name it, for new generations of nasty women.
RUSH: All right, ladies, how many of you want your daughters to grow up to be that. You know, Madonna was one time a harmless, cuddly little princess, just somebody’s little girl. Same thing with Ashley Judd. How many of you…? Rachel, do you want your daughters to grow up being guided by this? (interruption) “Disgusting!” Absolutely disgusting. And this is what the media portrayed as normal over the weekend. This is what the media was applauding. This is what the media was celebrating.
This kind of revulsive garbage is what the media was attempting to portray as perfectly understandable and an expression of freedom and demanding rights and all this other stuff. What is this business about “bloodstains on sheets,” “my tampons and pad are taxed when Viagra and Rogaine are not”? What in the world is on this woman’s mind? Whatever it is, it isn’t brilliance, and it’s not insightful. It’s disgusting. It’s embarrassing. That’s what the media portrays as normal, and I’m telling you, folks, it isn’t gonna sell. They can’t sell that as normal. Let ’em keep trying.
RUSH: They can’t even tell us why these women protested. They can’t even tell us. What are they protesting? Are they really protesting that a guy was caught on videotape saying he wanted to grab women by the …? Really? Is that what got? Is that how delicate? Is that how sensitive? Is that how fragile these women are, really, after years and years of feminism?
Meanwhile, we’ve actually had a sitting Democrat president accused of rape. We’ve had a Democrat president who engaged in an extramarital affair or I don’t know how many of them with interns and the like, and these same women embraced it. The same women had no problem with the allegation of rape on the part of Bill Clinton.
Donald Trump has done anything but utter a bunch of words and win an election and these women simply can’t take it, from Madonna to Ashley Judd. I mean, it’s embarrassing. But, folks, it’s not gonna rebuild the Democrat Party. And they can’t even tell you what they’re doing it for. They’re just having a little temper tantrum.
Remember after the ’94 congressional elections when the Republicans took control of the House back after 40 years? Peter Jennings at ABC News was running around saying the voters had a temper tantrum. No, no. This is a temper tantrum. But this is liberalism.