“We have government anarchy right now,” Dr. Savage told his audience this week.
He warned them that “the government has abdicated its responsibilities” to protect citizens, and only exerts its power, “when it wants to take your money or arrest you if you defend yourself.”
That said, he added, “You’d better get a gun and learn how to shoot it” (Free audio).
Now that America’s first Ebola carrier has been identified, the fact remains that many details about this case remain unclear. As a trained epidemiologist, Dr. Savage gives his listeners insights into the epidemic that they won’t get on any other radio show (Free audio).
“There was no Ebola in America until Obama and his minions refused to do what was necessary,” Savage explained, “which was close the damn borders to all travelers from the regions of infection.
“That’s the primary rule of epidemiology. Beginners in graduate school learn that – or at least they used to,” Savage continued. “Once the politically correct psychosis invaded the universities, they started talking about ‘treating’ illnesses instead of ‘containing’ them.
“But Ebola isn’t treatable. That’s why it’s spreading,” he concluded.
A rash of security breaches had Limbaugh wondering if the Secret Service is ordered to ignore potential threats on account of political correctness.
Speaking to listeners before the resignation of Secret Service chief Julia Pierson, Limbaugh said, “Now we got a female director of the Secret Service, and there’s stuff going on there. I’m sorry, folks, nobody has an answer for anything. How do people, a thousand security breaches? Six people have made it over the fence, one of them nearly got to the residence, which is on the second floor, nearly got to the elevator to the residence?”
Limbaugh also concluded that political correctness was determining the response to the outbreak of Ebola on U.S. soil. Why weren’t the borders closed to African visitors as soon as the virus began to spread?
Because, Limbaugh explained: “That’s how political correctness works, and throughout it is guilt. Guilt is one of the primary overriding psychological factors in this. Now, people can come here illegally for benefits. Shouldn’t that include coming here for treatment for Ebola? If you’re in Africa and you are in an area surrounded by Ebola, and there’s a place in the world where you can get well, maybe – and maybe not even get the disease – wouldn’t you want to go there?” (Free audio).
Investigative broadcaster Aaron Klein reported that the Muslim convert who beheaded a coworker in Oklahoma was tied to al-Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood, through groups that have gained access to the U.S. military’s Muslim chaplaincy program.
Klein also revealed more new information about Hillary Clinton’s admiration for and friendship with radical activist Saul Alinsky. He also looks into Obama’s “missing college years” and the unanswered questions about his childhood in Indonesia (Free audio).
Levin has accused the president of knowing about the threat of ISIS for years but “concealed it from the American people.”
“This has nothing to do with the intelligence agencies,” Levin said. “It has to do with the intelligence between his ears. And the fact of the matter is he is not paying attention to his job, he’s not attentive to the things a president is supposed to be attentive to ’cause he’s so busy revolutionizing our economy and our government and transforming it, he’s not doing his job” (Free audio).
Looking ahead to the next presidential election, Levin told attendees at the Values Voters Summit, “It’s very, very, important that we nominate a conservative for the first time since Ronald Reagan. There are people under 50-years-old who have never had an opportunity to vote for a conservative president. We want to show them what it’s like. It’s our generation’s responsibility.”
Ingraham joined the chorus of pundits asking why the federal government didn’t close the border in response to the rising Ebola threat.
“Do you believe that we should be allowing flights from Africa into the United States from the two countries most affected?” she asked her audience. “I believe our leaders’ first and foremost obligation is to protect the security of our country. Why does that seem so difficult for these people to do?” (Free audio).
Like Limbaugh, Ingraham wondered if a culture of “political correctness” and “diversity” had made it easy for Omar Gonzalez to infiltrate the White House.
“They brought in a woman, first female director [of the Secret Service],” she pointed out. “You get the sense at some point that it’s the first that’s more important than the common sense. … They want it to be an historic appointment, instead of thinking, ‘Gee, maybe we just need the best people'” (Free audio).
No sooner had late night talk show host Seth Meyers mocked Glenn Beck for worrying that Ebola might come to Texas than Beck was proved right.
Now Beck is worried that Muslim terrorists will weaponize the virus and use it against Western targets: “Forget about an EMP, forget about weapons of mass destruction, you have them! They’re carried around in a 150-pound bag of water called people. You go over to West Africa and you say to your jihadist friends, ‘Go get infected'” (Free audio).