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Friday, January 9, 2015

Savage: 'I blame Dianne Feinstein for Paris massacre'


Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., discussing the Senate Intelligence Committee report.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., discussing the Senate Intelligence Committee report.

Michael Savage

“There’s a lot to be said and a lot of blame to go around for the worst terrorist attack in France since the Nazis occupied Paris,” said Michael Savage following the massacre at a French satirical magazine.

“I blame Dianne Feinstein for the Paris massacre,” he added, explaining that better counterterrorism intelligence might have prevented it.

“By attacking the CIA as she did just before Christmas, when she leaked the so-called ‘torture report,’ all she did was intimidate spy agencies from doing their jobs” (Free audio).

This week, Savage endowed five scholarships of $20,000 each, to be awarded to students who will “study and promote traditional American conservative values.”

The scholarships will be granted to winners of the Michael Savage Paul Revere Society’s “What Does It Mean to Be an American” essay contest.

“There are many students who love this country,” Dr. Savage told his listeners as he announced the news. “But they’re afraid of their communist professors. I’m going to help them get through college.”

Rush Limbaugh

Just before the vote to reinstate Ohio Rep. John Boehner as House speaker, Limbaugh mused that his reelection was almost certain.

“The point is that there is no political party in opposition to Obama’s agenda, and this is now inarguably clear,” he told his audience.

“One party tells its voters they’re gonna repeal and replace, but they never really do anything,” he pointed out. “They have fake votes, faux votes. At the end of the process, Obamacare gets fully enacted, fully funded, and they even capitulate on the budget. … They fundamentally don’t disagree with the government spending more money.”

Limbaugh called Obama’s response to the Charlie Hebdo massacre “pathetic,” “weak,” and “limp-wristed.”

“Obama’s not gonna call it terrorism,” he continued. “It’s why he’s not gonna refer to militant Islamist terrorism or jihad or any of that.”

“After all,” Limbaugh explained, “these are the people, the leftists, who have convinced people to trade away some of their liberty for security.

“So an attack like this, there’s no greater exposé of a liberal government’s incompetence,” Limbaugh said. “The government didn’t do a thing for anybody and didn’t have the weapons, the means, or the ability to do anything yesterday. And the left is terribly worried people are gonna figure this out.”

Aaron Klein

Shocking tales of “underage sex rings” are making headlines around the world. Klein explains that this isn’t just another tabloid story, but one that reveals the real nature of politics today. With present and former senior American politicians being named in these stories, further revelations could undermine the current power structure.

Klein interviewed an eyewitness to the flight of Yazedis from ISIS genocide, and also spoke to Likud Knesset Member Danny Danon about his challenge to Netanyahu’s leadership.

A Houston television station has confirmed that 96 percent of illegal alien families released on their own recognizance and ordered deported in recent months did not show up for their court dates. Klein digs deeper into this story, with stunning results (Free audio).

Mark Levin

“I hate to say this, but we are in a religious war,” Levin told his audience.

What’s worse, he added, is that “Holder, Obama and the rest won’t discuss Islamic terrorism and Islamo-nazis. They dance around it while we have a Muslim crusade going on.”

“You have to be Helen Keller not to see this,” he added (Free audio).

Rep. Mick Mulvaney, R-S.C., explained on Facebook why he voted for Boehner, a post Levin said, “trashed conservative patriots” who opposed the speaker’s reelection. Levin mocked the Republican lawmaker’s decision and called him “a coward” (Free audio).

Laura Ingraham

Looking ahead to 2016, Ingraham said that a socially conservative Republican nominee had little chance of winning the White House.

While acknowledging that possible candidates like Mike Huckabee appeal to “a lot of people,” she added that American society is more secular than ever before, and that “there is some demoralization going on in the social conservative community.”

Ingraham’s guests this week included Newt Gingrich on the rise of Islam in France, and Scott Walker, who criticized the GOP for lack of leadership (Free audio).

Glenn Beck

Beck had some harsh words for an old friend this week, ripping into Utah Rep. Chris Stewart on Tuesday for backing John Boehner as House speaker.

Beck’s publishing company has produced books from Stewart’s “Wrath & Righteousness” series, and had talked about hiring him back in 2012. Instead, Stewart claimed he “had a higher calling from God to try to fix the problem in Washington.”

Beck confronted Stewart on his show this week in a tense interview.

“You told, us, Chris, to come down on you like a bag of bricks if we ever felt you were losing your soul,” Beck said. “This is bag of bricks time. We think you’re losing your soul” (Free audio).

Savage: 'I blame Dianne Feinstein for Paris massacre'
Kathy Shaidle
Fri, 09 Jan 2015 16:24:58 GMT


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