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Limbaugh: Democrats Just Proved That None Of Them Can Compete With Trump

Limbaugh: Democrats Just Proved That None Of Them Can Compete With Trump
On his radio program Thursday, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Rush Limbaugh devoted multiple segments to unpacking what took place during the brutal Democratic debate in Las Vegas the night before, along, of course, with the media’s coverage of the party-damaging event. But while Limbaugh took a look at several aspects of the messy contest, his biggest takeaway was simple: None of the Democratic candidates on the debate stage Wednesday can compete with Trump.
The host began by addressing the media’s expectations heading into the Vegas showdown. “Their expectations for this debate last night that somebody, somebody was gonna rise up from this cream of the crop and demonstrate they have the ability to take out Donald Trump,” said Rush. “And what happened is that it became obvious to anybody that none of them have the ability to take out Donald Trump. Trump can take himself out, and that’s a long shot, but these people can’t.”
Limbaugh then zoomed back and looked big picture at what’s taking place among the Democratic party’s increasingly far-left leadership and base. “It’s an alternative universe,” he said. “Folks, these people have nothing in common with you and me. Nothing whatsoever.”
“I watched it trying to watch it as a Democrat. Do you know how hard that is? Do you know how hard it is to imagine yourself a Democrat watching these people?” he said. “I did it because I really wanted to see if I could immerse myself in this enough to try to imagine how your average leftist watching this would react to it. I don’t know that I was able to do that because my reaction to this debate was that there literally is nobody on that stage or anywhere in the Democrat Party right now that can even occupy a stage with Donald Trump and survive it. There isn’t anybody on that stage last night that has the street smarts, the political smarts, the skills, the unstated talents and abilities to stay even with Donald Trump.”
And it doesn’t matter, said Limbaugh, what debate topic Trump and his potential rival are addressing, Trump will own the moment and own the competition.
Limbaugh then turned to Trump’s post-debate tweet, which he said perfectly summed up not just Mike Bloomberg’s performance but a key point that Democrats and their allies in the media continue to fail to understand about Trump.
“Mini Mike Bloomberg’s debate performance tonight was perhaps the worst in the history of debates, and there have been some really bad ones. He was stumbling, bumbling and grossly incompetent. If this doesn’t knock him out of the race, nothing will,” wrote Trump. “Not so easy to do what I did!”
Mini Mike Bloomberg’s debate performance tonight was perhaps the worst in the history of debates, and there have been some really bad ones. He was stumbling, bumbling and grossly incompetent. If this doesn’t knock him out of the race, nothing will. Not so easy to do what I did!
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“You know, the great make what they do look easy,” said Limbaugh. “They make anybody think they can do it. Even athletes. They’re so natural at it that you think you can do it. You want to go try — until you do, and then you find out: If you’re not naturally talented in whatever you’re trying to do, you have no prayer.”
“These people think that because Trump got elected anybody can,” he continued. “Because he’s outside of politics, that means anybody outside of politics can? This is classic. Bloomberg looks at Trump ever since Trump got elected, and he is seething with jealousy — and this is what is really propelling and motivating Bloomberg, ’cause Bloomberg thinks he’s the smartest guy in New York City, obviously. He thinks Trump’s one of the stupidest and dumbest, and if Trump can do it, he can do it. Last night, Bloomberg demonstrated that he doesn’t have the foggiest idea what he is doing.”
As an example, Limbaugh cued up the most analyzed moment of the night: Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) dismantling of Bloomberg on nondisclosure agreements and reports of female employees’ complaints about him.
“Bloomberg is staring like deer-in-the-headlight eyes,” said Rush after playing the clip. “I watched Bloomberg, and I said, ‘Everybody thinks this guy’s brilliant,’ … How do you not show up prepared for this? Well, I’ll tell you how you show up not prepared for it. You think nobody can touch you! Because you’re arrogant and you’re condescending and you’re conceited, and you think nobody can touch you. You think nobody’s gonna be able to damage you on this, because you can buy your way out of it. You can buy your way out of it the media. You can buy your way out of it in campaign ads. And he didn’t have an answer for it.”
After playing another clip from Warren’s withering inquisition of Bloomberg, Limbaugh circled back to his central point: “Trump doesn’t have any competition.”
“Trump’s line on this was, ‘Yeah, I was just talking about Rosie O’Donnell, nobody else,’ and the place erupts with laughter, and he dulls the knife that Megyn Kelly threw at him,” he said in reference to similar sexism-focused attacks on Trump. “But Bloomberg? ‘Well… (muttering),’ staring with deer-in-the-headlight eyes, ‘I had very few nondisclosure agreements.'”

“The Drive-Bys expected him to dazzle and wow because they’re just the looking for anybody that can wipe out Trump and they’re looking for anybody who can bury Crazy Bernie — and Crazy Bernie emerged as the big winner last night,” Limbaugh said later. “Oh, yeah. Not even close, folks. Don’t doubt me.”

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