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Rush Limbaugh Explains Exactly How Trump Can Get The Wall, & He’s Spot On

Makes complete sense.

John Salvatore

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Conservative radio talker Rush Limbaugh knows exactly how President Trump can win on the border wall.

All he has to do is hang on.

Why?

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Because soon enough public opinion will sway in his favor.

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Here’s the scoop…

From Daily Wire:

Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh took to the Golden EIB Mic Wednesday to offer President Trump some encouragement: Hang tough on the wall and public opinion will eventually swing your way.

Rush: “I’m just gonna tell you point-blank: Donald Trump can win this if he hangs on. It’s gonna be a few more weeks. It’s gonna be risky. But I actually, folks, really believe that if he hangs on and continues down this road, at some point there’s gonna be a shift in public opinion and the vast majority of the American people are gonna end up with him on this — if he hangs in there.

Rush: “He’s got a good start. There’s all kinds of really good, long overdue things happening that we’ve wanted to happen. Like 95% of the EPA furloughed? A lot of nonessential government workers on furlough? This is exactly what we’ve wanted: The deemphasis of government, the shrinking of government, the illustration of the (pfft!) redundancy in the number of people and policies and so forth. The idea that people can function, that their lives can go on even in the midst of a partial government shutdown. If he can just hang on a few more weeks.

After playing a clip from the media sounding the alarm over the partial government shutdown, which is now the longest in history, Limbaugh returned to his theme: Trump was elected to interrupt the government’s status quo — and that’s exactly what he’s doing.

Rush: “Trump was elected to interrupt. We have major disruption of all kinds of things that have not been good for the people of this country. It’s a really great start. It’s gonna be hard because this is the kind of stuff that’s gonna be in the media over and over and over and over again: People dying, people having to choose between insulin and their mortgage, people running out of food, people running out of gas. The horror stories are gonna intensify, they’re never gonna end, and largely most of them are gonna be exaggerated or made up.

Rush slammed Barack Obama as “pathetic” for attempting to steal credit for the current booming economy.

And if you think about it, Obama has to know he doesn’t have a leg to stand on.

After all, he was the only president in history to never have a GDP above 3 percent.

But now when things are flourishing, nearly two years after Obama is out of office, somehow Barack wants people to believe he was the one responsible?

Kind of infuriating.

He’s coming off as entirely petty and desperate (more on that below).

From Daily Wire:

On Monday, conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh roasted former President Barack Obama for trying to take credit for his successor’s booming economy in “pathetic” fashion. Obama made the remarks on Sunday night in Chicago, where he was campaigning for Democrats.

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“By the way, this was another meager crowd,” he said. “I mean, they said it was 9,600 people. They said that’s what this place held. It was not full. Obama, the Clintons, they just can’t … they can’t do it. They cannot do what Trump does. They cannot draw crowds. They cannot create excitement. They’re trying. They want in on the action, but they’re not pulling it off.”

The host then ran the audio clip of Obama from Sunday night, while occasionally shouting an objection from behind his golden EIB mic (transcript provided by Rushlimbaugh.com):

OBAMA: Democrats had to come in and I had to grab a broom and we had to get a mop and we had to clean up their mess. And it was hard, and it was slow, but we got the economy growing again. And we covered another 20 million folks with health care. And we made sure the wealthiest paid their fair share of taxes. And by the time I left office, wages were rising —

RUSH: No.

OBAMA: — unemployment had fallen —

RUSH: No.

OBAMA: — the uninsured rate was falling.

RUSH: No!

OBAMA: The economy created more jobs over my latest 21 months than it did the 20 months since I’ve left office.

RUSH: No way!

OBAMA: So when you hear the Republicans bragging about how good the economy is right now, where do you think that started?

Rush for the win?

A body language expert analyzed Obama. The results are stunning.

In short, Obama is coming off as desperate.

“This is not the same Obama I’m seeing. His head goes down a lot more in that downward position. It’s like a defeatist position. He’s no longer that confident, head held high, arrogant mentality… This is desperation.”

WATCH:

Obama lied to the American people about the strength of radical Islam while burying 470,000 documents related to the raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound.

Why?

In order to win re-election in 2012.

From Western Journal:

In a detailed exposé in The Weekly Standard, journalist and author Stephen F. Hayes showed that Obama buried a staggering number of documents from Osama bin Laden’s compound, and essentially lied to the American people about the real status of Al Qaeda in order to win votes.

 

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