“I’m for Trump. Point-blank. Best choice we have.”
Savage welcomed Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to his radio show this week, calling the real estate mogul, the “Winston Churchill of our time.”
In his interview with Trump, Savage said he believes Hispanics in the U.S. legally will vote for Trump.
“They of all people know how hard it is to make a buck, and they want a businessman to run the country so they can hold on to what they make,” he said. “They don’t want a socialist stealing their money.”
Savage denounced Obama’s remarks about gay rights in Africa as “Nazism.” “It’s bad enough what he did here [in America], but now Obama is in Kenya telling them to throw away their culture, throw away their religion, and the state trumps all. Do you realize how dangerous that is? What if you get a fascist dictatorship? There’s no German music playing in the background, but what he’s saying is just as repugnant (Free audio).”
This week, Rush Limbaugh called the latest cowardly, counterintuitive behavior by the Republican leadership, “too weird”: “We are all inundated by each other, every day, with e-mails, phone calls, texts, what have you, of utter incredulity over what’s happened to the Republican Party. It’s just too weird, folks. There just isn’t any serious opposition to anything that the Democrat Party wants. They’re not even going through the motions. They’re not even voicing phony opposition to Obama in order to placate the base. They’re actively targeting their own base. This is just too weird!”
The Daily Beast made waves with a story about sexual assaults allegedly committed by Donald Trump against his ex-wife Ivana (who subsequently retracted her allegations). Limbaugh condemned the report as “drive-by journalism” and “payback” for Trump’s remarks about illegal immigrant rapists.
“You show up, you lob a grenade, and you head on down the road,” Limbaugh said about the Daily Beast’s story. “You take some accolades from your buddies at CBS or CNN, and then move on down the road waiting to throw the next grenade someplace.”
As Arabs riots hit the Temple Mount targeting Jewish worshipers – this on the Jewish fast day mourning the destruction of the Temple – Aaron Klein had the latest and provided largely unreported information on whether the Mount is really “the third holiest site in Islam.”
Bill Clinton sexual-harassment accuser Kathleen Willey came on to announce the launch of her anti-Hillary Clinton website, A Scandal A Day, designed to recruit other women who were assaulted by the ex-president.
Klein also interviewed legendary comic Jackie Mason, who joked that New York restaurants now face a harsher inspections regime than Iran’s nuclear facilities: “We’re more protected from a bad tuna fish than a nuclear bomb.”
Sheriff Joe Apriao also joined Klein to discuss his determination to go to Mexico to “straighten out the illegal immigration and drug smuggling problem” – and calling on Donald Trump to join him.
Listen to Aaron Klein’s show every week on radio (AM 970 The Answer in NY; NewsTalk 990 AM in Philly) or online.
This week, Ingraham’s guests included Rand Paul (“There is definitely a Bush/Clinton fatigue; Jeb has too many big government policies”); Donald Trump (“What I call the donors, the lobbyists, and those with the special interests, they control Bush, 100 percent control him”); Rick Santorum (“The media beats up Republican candidates enough. We do not have to beat up on each other”); and George Will (“Arguably we have the most astonishing candidates and diverse field the GOP has ever seen”)(Free audio).
“Once again Mark Levin, the constitutional scholar and radio talk show host, has written an important book that should be in the library of every thoughtful conservative.”
Reviewing Levin’s new book Plunder and Deceit, Thomas Lifson wrote: “But this book is different, in that thoughtful conservatives should buy multiple copies and bestow the extras on younger people they care about. For in its essence, this book is a call to arms for the generation that will inherit the wreckage being created by what Levin calls the ‘ruling generation’ – the holders of political power and those who sustain them in office. The younger age cohorts are the people whose future has been ‘plundered’ (Levin’s choice of title is apt) by the policies advanced by progressives and acquiesced to by establishment Republicans.”
On the air, Levin condemned Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran: “If this republic were working, he would be impeached, he’d be removed from office. But it’s not working, because we don’t have a republic anymore. You jerks! You’ve ensured war. You’ve ensured world war three, and you’ve ensured a war that involves – potentially – nuclear warheads.”
Late night host and comedian Jimmy Kimmel got choked up on his program this week when talking about the death of Cecil the lion.
Beck chided Kimmel for refusing to shed a tear for the victims of Planned Parenthood, especially after a third shocking video emerged.
“Who the hell are we?” Beck said to his audience. “You will not like it, but I will tell you. A people that are on the wrong side of history. A people who apparently are hell bent on their own destruction. A society that refuses to learn from the darkest moments of history and so will repeat them. We do not survive when we care more about one animal than millions of humans.”