Limbaugh Calls On Mark Zuckerberg To Give Harvard Graduating Class Students $100K Each To ‘Seed Their Start’

RUSH: Zuckerberg thinks that everybody ought to have an identical income, that we need to have a — what does he call it — a universal basic income. We’ll talk about how to pay for it later. But we need as many people as possible running around not worrying about how to pay the bills. That’s when you get real creativity. That’s in the second bite. Here is the first. Mark Zuckerberg, commencement, Harvard yesterday.


ZUCKERBERG: There is something wrong with our system when I can leave here and make billions of dollars in 10 years while millions of students can’t even afford to pay off their loans, let alone start a business. We all know you don’t get successful just by having a good idea or working hard. You get successful by being lucky too. If I had to support my family growing up, instead of having the time to learn how to code. If I didn’t know that I was gonna be fine if Facebook didn’t work out, then I wouldn’t be standing up here today. And if we’re honest, we all know how much luck we’ve had.

RUSH: Okay, so you can see where this is going, right? You need me to translate this? You don’t understand what he’s saying here? Okay, first there’s something wrong with our system when I can leave here and make billions of dollars in 10 years while millions of students can’t even afford to pay off their loans. There’s something wrong with our system. No, there’s not. There’s something magical about our system that you can do this.

What does he focus on? He doesn’t focus on him and what he’s done — and I’m not suggesting he brag about it. He’s talking about students at freaking Harvard as though they have drawn the shortest straw in the world! They’re gonna graduate from Harvard and they don’t have any money and they can’t succeed, not like I did. It’s not fair!

Give them some of your money, Mark. Why don’t you seed their start? You’ve got $56 billion dollars, 45, whatever, seed them all, just the graduating class, give ’em each a hundred grand and say you’re on your own, don’t worry about your student loans.



AW, JEEZ! Rush Limbaugh Mistakes Mark Zuckerberg For A WOMAN

AW, JEEZ! Rush Limbaugh Mistakes Mark Zuckerberg For A WOMAN

RUSH: Mark Zuckerberg, commencement, Harvard yesterday.

ZUCKERBERG: There is something wrong with our system when I can leave here and make billions of dollars and —

RUSH: Wait, wait, stop the tape. Mark Zuckerberg, don’t give me some woman here. It’s Mark Zuckerberg. You’re not playing the right bite. That was a woman, right? Oh, really? Oh, jeez. Oh, it’s too long. There’s too much time gone by to bleep that, aw, jeez. Well, that’s what happens when you have artificial hearing. Honest to God, it sounded like a female editor at some liberal magazine. Okay. Friday, cue the thing back up. Gee, I thought it was a girl. Ah, it’s embarrassing.


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RUSH: Democrats Better ‘THANK THEIR LUCKY STARS’ That Republicans Simply Don’t Want To Lead

RUSH: The Democrats better thank their lucky stars that the Republicans simply don’t want to lead. Whatever it is.

Mitch McConnell the other day, “I just don’t know, I just don’t see, I just can’t find a way to get 50 votes for this health care bill. I just don’t see, I can’t find a way, I don’t see the road to get tax reform done this year. I just don’t know. I can’t find where we’re gonna get the votes. I just don’t see the road to get serious about the wall on the border to limit illegal immigration.” If the Republican Party could set aside its embarrassment or whatever it is it’s feeling, if they could unify behind the Trump agenda, they could bury all of this.

The best way to knock out this political assassination attempt that’s being conducted by the media is to win. And the Republicans have what it needs to win. They’ve got the votes, if they could unify behind things,


RUSH: Despite Montana Election, Democrats Will NEVER Abandon Early Voting

RUSH: Now, let me ask you a question. In this election, 70% of the people that voted did so before yesterday. That means that 70% of the people who voted, voted before the studly and manly Gianforte treated the reporter like a dishrag. And so the media is lamenting that.

The media is trying to salve themselves by saying, had this election been totally on election day, there’s no question that Gianforte would have been sent packing. And they’re doing stories about how so many people were asking if they could change their vote. This is so bad. What they didn’t probably understand is that many of the people wanting to change their vote had voted for the Democrat and wanted to now vote for Gianforte after the event yesterday, but the media will not consider that.

Let me ask you this. Will they change their attitudes on early voting now? The media and the Democrats believe that had there not been early voting, the Democrats would have won this race. So will they rethink their position on early voting and say, “You know what? We need to eliminate early voting.” I’ll tell you why they ought to seriously think about it. The Democrats, do they not routinely strategize with things like October Surprises? They routinely plant bombshells out there, like the Trump NBC tape. And they plan these things to happen within the last, say, week or two weeks before the election, sometimes at the outside, three weeks. But if people have already voted by then, then the October Surprise is going to have much, much less impact.

And if the October Surprise is a massively important part of your campaign, what’s the point of doing it if a majority of people have already voted and will not be affected by it? So the alternative is to get rid of early voting if you’re gonna really pin your hopes on October type surprises or you execute the October Surprise earlier, before the early voting begins. What do you think they’ll do? I had a couple people last night tell me that they thought the Democrats would now get rid of early voting since it shafted them here.

And I said, “You are crazy. They are never going to abandon early voting. No way. It isn’t gonna happen. If anything, they’re gonna expand it.” This election notwithstanding. They said, “Why?” What do you think early voting is for? Early voting is the greatest opportunity for fraud, phony registrations, massive registrations, massive bus trips to the place that you early vote. It’s a godsend. It’s a golden opportunity to cheat! And it allows you, as the mastermind of early voting, to generate the kind of votes that you want.

Who wants to wait ’til Election Day and take a chance? I mean, the left in this country doesn’t trust voters already. They don’t trust democracy. The left gets screwed too much by democracy. Democracy meaning people having freedom. So they don’t want that. They want to limit freedom. They want to limit people’s choices or they want to rig all of that to the greatest degree they can. And early voting, in their minds, affords them the greatest opportunity.

And I don’t think they’re ever gonna back off of that or walk it back despite this election in Montana. ‘Cause what they’re telling themselves is, “Well, this really doesn’t matter. You know it’s just one seat, and where’s Montana anyway? We’ve never been hurt by whoever represents Montana. We’ve never even known who represents Montana. Screw Montana.” That’s what they’re saying. “Why should we change everything we’re doing because of Montana? Montana, who even goes there besides Ted Turner. Why should we care?” That’s what we’re gonna come back to. Oh, yeah, Ted Turner has a bunch of buffalo ranches up there. Ted Turner owns half of Montana. I don’t know if it’s that much, but quite a bit.


RUSH: Hillary Has Come Out Of Her Wine Cellar, And I Swear The Russians Have HACKED Her

RUSH: Mrs. Clinton, Hillary Clinton has come out of her wine cellar and has shown up at Wellesley in order to deliver the commencement speech today. And I swear the Russians have hacked her. Listen to this. She opened up, she’s got this humongous coughing spasm that she can’t stop.

HILLARY: You know, (cough) four years ago, maybe a little more or less (coughing) for some of you. I need a lozenge.

AUDIENCE: (laughing)

HILLARY: (coughing) Thank you. I told the trustees I was sitting with after hearing Tala’s speech, I didn’t think I could get through it.

AUDIENCE: (laughter)

HILLARY: So we’ll blame allergy instead of emotion.

AUDIENCE: (laughter)

HILLARY: But, you know, we arrived at this campus —

AUDIENCE: (applause)

RUSH: What are they applauding? Anyway, did the Russians hack this? I mean, she starts that speech needing a bottle of water. (interruption) Why did I say she came out of the wine cellar to give the speech? Well, let’s see. She said that it was chardonnay that — here, grab the next one, sound bite 23.

HILLARY: You may have heard that things didn’t exactly go the way I planned. But you know what? I’m doing okay.

RUSH: Oh, good. Good. Happy to hear that. Yay.

HILLARY: I’ve spent time with my family, especially my amazing grandchildren. I was gonna give the entire commencement speech about them but was talked out of it.

AUDIENCE: (laughter)

HILLARY: Long walks in the woods.

AUDIENCE: (laughter)

HILLARY: Organizing my closets, right? I won’t lie, chardonnay helped a little too.

AUDIENCE: (laughter)

RUSH: There you have it. So she came out of the wine cellar in order to deliver the speech here to the graduates at Wellesley. She did this 48 years ago. She gave the commencement address at her own school 48 years ago.