Rush Limbaugh responded today to conservative concerns about Donald Trump being authoritarian by arguing that the liberal media's outrage about it is hypocritical.
From the February 9 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: Cookie sends me this email, do you want to bleep what Trump said? So I said, did he use it -- was he calling Cruz a coward or was he using it in the physiological sense? She said no, no he was calling him a coward, I said don't bleep it. Show More Summary
From the February 9 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends: BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): Senator, first off, I saw you with Megyn [Kelly] last night. I know that a lot of people are on you for what you said in the debate over and over again. Show More Summary
"I don't know how big a faux pas this was for Rubio"
Chris Christie is loser was my alternate title. Not a quote, but it is the basic message from Rush Limbaugh on his show today: Obama does know what he is doing. After a weekend of petty Republican back-stabbing, it’s about time someone showed the sense and backbone to say it. Show More Summary
From the February 8 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: Now, I don't have anything other than anecdotal. I have seen a little video tape of voters talking about Rubio. And I have gone to comments sections of websites and I haven't seen one voter talk about how Rubio was robotic. Show More Summary
From the February 8 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: Did you happen to catch Beyoncé's contribution to the [Super Bowl] halftime show? I want to give Beyoncé the benefit of the doubt. After all, she is a woman, and as such she's probably not that big a sports fan. Show More Summary
Ted Cruz is hoping Rush Limbaugh can push him over the top in next Tuesday's New Hampshire Republican primary. Here's a spot that the senator from Texas is running on a Boston sports radio station, using the conservative yakker's words to brand Sen. Show More Summary
THE HILL: Limbaugh: Obama ‘constantly denigrates Christians.’ Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said Thursday he wonders why President Obama is a Christian given how often he discusses Islam instead. “President Obama is routinely defending [Islam], talking it up, promoting it,” he said on his broadcast that afternoon. “He says it’s the most peaceful, giving religion […]
Rush Limbaugh reacted to President Obama's mosque visit by asking why exactly the president is a Christian in the first place.
From the February 4 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: So Goldman Sachs wants Hillary to come make a speech. They don't want to hear Hillary make a speech. That's not what this is. They want to figure out how to get $650,000 to her. Show More Summary
Rush Limbaugh, trying to stave off Rubio’s attempts to destroy the republic just two years ago: Okay. So what does that mean, republic is at stake? This is ball game.
From the February 3 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: We had a caller yesterday, 'you know Rush? Fox News just doesn't seem as conservative anymore, no no no, they're always attacking conservatives,...Show More Summary
Very few people entered this election cycle with more street cred with conservatives across the country than Rush Limbaugh. That credibility has been earned over nearly 30 tireless years on the radio, bringing Rush for many years the...Show More Summary
Here’s Rush, yesterday, commenting on the Iowa results: And I’m wondering if whoever the establishment prefers in this — everybody says it’s Rubio. I’m gonna tell you something, folks. I’m a lone wolf on this, but I know everybody is...Show More Summary
Noteworthy, for two big reasons: First, as we touched upon yesterday, Rush seems to be inching away from the Trump boosterism I lamented a few...
Changing his tune? “Rush Limbaugh defended Marco Rubio on Tuesday as a ‘full-throated conservative’ after the Florida senator scored a strong third-place finish in the Iowa caucus behind anti-establishment darlings Ted Cruz and Donald Trump.” In other words, she is tone-deaf. “How Clinton squandered such a commanding advantage in Iowa is an all-too familiar tale with […]
From the February 2 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: BILL O'REILLY (HOST): So Katie, what do you think about Mr. Limbaugh's statement? KATIE PAVLICH: Well I think that he is wrong. I think that, you know, Fox News is exactly that, it is a news outlet, we provide the news. Show More Summary
"I don't like this idea that Marco Rubio all of a sudden is being labeled as an establishment candidate."