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Below is Rush Limbaugh’s podcast in its entirety. The podcast begins with Limbaugh sharing his personal memories of Justice Scalia.
At approximately 09:35 of the podcast, Limbaugh calls out Barack Obama’s agenda to appoint “the most committed leftist” on the Supreme Court and “shift the balance of the court” for nearly two decades.
“Will the Republicans stop Obama? Will they TRY to stop Obama?”
Limbaugh also discusses Saturday night’s GOP debate, Donald Trump and the GOP establishment’s pundits such as George Will preaching Trump’s funeral. The establishment still does not get it.
23:16 of the podcast:
I’ve noticed McConnell said that president “should not” make an appointment during the final year. We’ve got Schumer and the Democrat Party hypocrisy where they have advocated exactly what the Republicans advocate for today, but they’re acting like nobody remembers them saying it and so forth. I’ll get into all of that. But McConnell did not say “would.” He said “should.” He did not say, “No way, not ever, no how is Obama gonna get a nominee.” He said he “shouldn’t.” There’s wiggle room there….
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