Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Limbaugh: Carly Fiorina Given the Job to Take Trump Out; Wall Street Wants Him Gone

Jay Stephenson sends along this transcript from Rush Limbaugh's Tuesday show:

RUSH: There's another theory going around, too.  I just have to share it with you.  I have no idea. I'm not on the inside with the Republican Party, and I haven't ever been, really.  People have assumed, you know, that I'm the titular head of the Republican Party.  If I were an ideas guy, that might be true, but I'm not, and I've never been. I've never chatted with Reince Priebus. I've never met him.  I wouldn't know how to get hold of him other than look up the phone number at the RNC -- and I don't make phone calls, so it wouldn't happen.

I've never heard from him.  I've never...  It's not a complaint.  I'm just telling you, I'm not an insider.  I'll tell you what I've heard.  I've heard that it is Carly Fiorina who has drawn the assignment to take out Trump, that arrangements were made together on that eight o'clock stage.  You know, there are 11 instead of 10.  It's gonna be the top 10.  Something has happened and Carly's there.  I'm all for that, by the way.  Don't misunderstand here.

Before the Fox debate, the word went out that it was the donors who had given all the other candidates strict orders to take Trump out and be done with this.  Well, the story now is that it's Fiorina who was given that assignment, coming right off the face comment that Trump is ripe for being cut down to size and Fiorina is the one to do it because she's the one that's shown the most gonads of any of them throughout this process.  This is the theory that I'm hearing.

I have no idea if it's right or wrong.  I'm just telling you this is what I hear.  Related matter, Politico today.  "Wall Street's Latest Panic: Trump Could Win."  Really?  "Wall Street is growing increasingly terrified that Donald Trump ... could actually win the Republican nomination for president.The real estate billionaire, who took another populist shot on Sunday by ripping into lavish executive pay, continues to rise in the polls. Would-be Wall Street saviors like Jeb Bush are languishing in single digits."...

 You know, this Politico story, by the way, this is where the Republican establishment goes to leak.  Politically leak.  I'm not talking about the bathroom.  This is the Republican establishment. When there's something they want in the mainstream media, they go to Politico.

They don't go to the New York Times.  They don't go to the Post.  They go to Politico.  Don't doubt me.  I know this. You can see it.  You can study it.  That's where we learned all of this stuff what the establishment thinks.  This is an establishment leak; we know since it ran in Politico. "?  "Wall Street is growing increasingly terrified that Donald Trump ... could actually win," is actually an establishment leak...

 I don't care who you're talking about, JPMorgan Chase, Citibank, Salomon... What's the big one?  Salomon Brothers, whatever it is.  Lloyd Blankfein's outfit.  Jon Corzine ran it, the big one. Goldman Sachs. They're all tight with the Democrats.  But I think they really do fear Trump might come in and upset the applecart.  They're not worried about Hillary doing that.


  1. What establishment republicans appear to be missing is that Trump's numbers go up when he is attacked as well as when he attacks. I've had several conversations with Trump supporters and they acknowledge his liberal roots and his tackiness and all. But in the end, they all fixate on his xenophobia -- a trait his supporters share. "Yeah, but he's gonna build a wall" is the counter that I hear when his flaws are mentioned.

    If the GOP wants to end Trump's reign, they need to strike at the root. They need to quell the message that immigrants are responsible for all that ails 'merica. That, however, will take generations to accomplish.

    1. I think you are wrong about his supporters are xenophobic or attracted to that. That is just the typical progressive message designed to discredit someone with a label without having to make an argument of their own. If you want to bring out this same so called "xenophobia" in Democrats, just suggest that you believe in open immigration to all non-criminal foreigners with STEM, Teaching, Computer science and all Phd's and watch how they become like Trump. Neither in my opinion are xenophobic, they are protectionists, which is at the root of left/right progressivism. Trump's main appeal is the same as Sanders. Both would be authoritarian leaders are scary as hell but have little chance of implementing more than 1% of their idiotic ideas if elected. But, that's not what people really care about -- just as they don't care that Sanders is socialist or that Trump is far from being a Conservative. Their appeal is that they both scare the hell out of the establishment and are willing to confidently say things (more so Trump than Sanders) that are not PC and then have the guts to stand by those comments. IMO, they are selling confidence and we all know what people that sell confidence are called.

  2. Every time I read a rush transcript it makes me wonder how people can listen to him blather on all day. substance.

  3. Limbaugh: banksters are tight with Democrats. Not Republicans or Trump. Sure...