Rush Limbaugh took the stage at President Donald Trump’s rally in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. It wasn’t long before the conservative talk radio legend was humiliating Democrats with five simple words that made the crowd go wild.
Over the past week, President Donald Trump has been traveling around the nation non-stop to stump for vulnerable Republican candidates ahead of the midterms. The president made his final campaign stop on the eve of the midterm elections in Cape Girardeau. Missouri is home to a number of contentious state and national races.
Trump chose to stop in the hometown of one of Missouri’s most famous native sons: conservative talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh. And, of course, Limbaugh was personally on hand to introduce the Commander-in-Chief. The packed Show Me Center had lines out the door as thousands stood in the rain to see the president and their favorite conservative commentator, who received a thunderous welcome from his hometown crowd, according to The Daily Caller.
“The Democrats haven’t even accepted that they lost the election in 2016. That’s what this was all about,” Rush told the enthusiastic audience. “Every day, every newspaper, New York Times, Washington Post, anonymous intelligence sources confirming that Trump colluded with Putin. There’s no evidence for it. Zilch, zero, nada! It didn’t happen! It was made up. Hillary Clinton colluded with Russia. Hillary Clinton rigged that election.”
“These rallies, I have to tell you, they are the envy of official Washington, you realize there isn’t a single elected official in either party who can do what this is tonight,” Rush added, complimenting the president on the huge crowds of supporters he is somehow still able to draw almost two years into his term.
“Other than Donald Trump. There is nobody,” Rush continued, “No one. And they are jealous. They are envious. This isn’t supposed to happen.” He concluded by joking that 2020 hopeful Joe Biden “can’t fill a phone booth” on the campaign trail
President Trump was in Nevada in October for a rally in support of Sen. Dean Heller. On the same day, in the very same state, former Vice President Joe Biden was addressing a rally for Heller’s opponent, Jacky Rosen. However, there was one humiliating difference between the two events:
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden both campaigned in Nevada on Saturday, but it was clear that Trump bested the former vice president in crowd size. “By the way, Joe Biden is in Las Vegas,” Trump said, during a rally in Elko, Nevada. “Sleepy Joe Biden, we call him ‘One Percent Joe.’”
Trump noted that despite repeatedly running for president, Biden never got more than one percent support in the polls. When Trump asked supporters which nickname they preferred, one woman in the crowd shouted “Creepy Joe!”
“She said ‘Creepy Joe,’” Trump said, pointing her out in the crowd. “No, I would never do that, I would never insult him like that.” The “Creepy Joe Biden” nickname grew among Trump supporters, based off of pictures of the former Vice President’s habitual holding and touching women and girls during political events.
Trump said that Biden only had 193 people at his campaign rally in Las Vegas. “We love Elko, but in all fairness, it’s easier to draw a crowd in Las Vegas,” Trump said. Trump claimed there were 6-7,000 people who couldn’t get into his rally in Elko. He said Republicans were going to win big in the 2018 midterm elections. “The Blue Wave is rapidly being shattered,” Trump said. “Not looking like a blue wave.” [Source: Breitbart]
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