[Rushtalk] Erik Rush

John Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Thu Jan 26 15:00:13 MST 2017


  Let's hit lefty celebrities where it hurts

    Exclusive: Erik Rush urges readers to join him in swearing-off
    certain Hollywood stars

Published: 21 hours ago

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author-image Erik Rush <http://www.wnd.com/author/erush/> About 
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Erik Rush is a columnist and author of sociopolitical fare. His latest 
book is "Negrophilia: From Slave Block to Pedestal - America's Racial 
Obsession." <http://superstore.wnd.com/s.nl/c.811217/id.1015/.f> In 
2007, he was the first to give national attention to the story 
<http://www.erikrush.com/obamination.htm> of Sen. Barack Obama's ties to 
militant Chicago preacher Rev. Jeremiah Wright, initiating a media 
feeding frenzy. Erik has appeared on Fox News' "Hannity and Colmes," 
CNN, and is a veteran of numerous radio appearances.


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It is an indisputably good thing that President Donald Trump’s White 
House press secretary, Sean Spicer, held an emergency briefing last 
Saturday wherein he slammed the press for their “deliberately false 
reporting” of the previous day’s inauguration. Citing photographs that 
were “intentionally framed in a way to minimize the enormous support 
[the inauguration] had gathered on the National Mall,” and how press 
representatives had tweeted “inaccurate numbers regarding crowd size,” 
Spicer affirmed that the Trump administration intends to hold the press 
accountable in future for its biased reporting, something no 
administration has done to date.

During the last four years of George W. Bush’s administration, 
conservatives tore their hair out over President Bush’s abject refusal 
to counter the widespread calumnies that were advanced by the press 
concerning him, his administration and its policies. We now know that 
this is because the maneuvering of Barack Hussein Obama into the White 
House was a cooperative effort on the part of the body of international 
socialists to which Bush, his family and the Democratic and Republican 
parties’ respective leadership belong. Bush’s failure to defend his 
policies contributed to the wholesale disgust voters had with 
Republicans at that time, and to Obama’s subsequent election.

In addition to the press setting the stage for a protracted war with the 
Trump administration, we are also seeing the seeds of itinerant activist 
communities, funded by America’s enemies 
and with the countenance of Democratic leaders, poised to delegitimize 
Trump’s presidency at every turn. As we saw last weekend, high-profile 
members of the entertainment industry apparently intend to be prominent 
fixtures in this perverse counter-movement.

In light of all this, one of my supporters informed me on a social media 
venue that he thought “all-out war” on the establishment press was an 
appropriate measure. I concur with this position, but I believe that 
this also ought to include entertainment industry celebrities and other 
dedicated progressives of high visibility.

As has become clear, progressivism isn’t simply a divergent political 
persuasion, it is incremental socialism, a piecemeal enslavement of free 
peoples. I pointed out last week that the passive Beltway decorum Trump 
eschews has not served the republic in the face of progressive 
ascendancy; neither should passivity govern liberty-loving Americans in 
their defense thereof.

Were we discussing the prospective policies of a President Rush instead 
of a President Trump, liberals would have far more reason to be 
terrified than the hyperbolic entertainers in our nation’s capital this 
past weekend. In Trump’s shoes, I would make Herbert Hoover’s dogged 
pursuit of communists and other subversives during the 1960s appear tame.

I say this in light of the aggregate of injustices and crimes committed 
against Americans by the Obama administration and its surrogates over 
the last eight years. During Obama’s presidency, not only were 
conservative organizations directly targeted by the Internal Revenue 
Service; military whistleblowers were jailed, covert intelligence 
operatives were deliberately compromised, journalists were harassed by 
government agencies via bogus criminal investigations 
and private citizens were subjected to illegal surveillance, various 
forms of digital harassment, SWATting 
and gang stalking.

Americans are already waking up to the fact that members of the 
establishment press are, as President Trump said on Saturday at a 
meeting with rank-and-file members of the Central Intelligence Agency, 
“among the most dishonest human beings on earth.” It is time to take 
judicious action against them based upon this spot-on assessment, and 
against others who uphold their twisted creed.

The America that entertainment industry celebrities perceive within 
their cloistered societal bubble is an abject fantasy, a product of the 
same minds that craft the fiction many of them represent in films and 
television. They are also too ignorant and too arrogant to realize that 
they will ultimately suffer the same disillusionment and exploitation 
that the starry-eyed American journalist Jack Reed experienced when he 
went to Russia to support the Bolsheviks in the early 1900s.

I have regularly patronized members of the entertainment community 
despite disliking their personal values or their politics because I 
enjoyed their work, and because they do have a right to their opinions. 
When any American chooses to engage in overt subversive activism in the 
cause of enslaving the rest of us, however, they have passed the point 
of no return. There are individuals in the entertainment industry whose 
work I will no longer patronize, and this includes all those who 
participated in demonstrations over the weekend, and in a number of 
anti-Trump public service announcements that were produced prior to the 

I believe that all Americans who support the movement that gave rise to 
Trump’s election have a duty to do likewise, though it may impact their 
leisurely pursuits to some degree. The establishment press is rapidly 
rendering itself irrelevant, but as a body, it will persist along its 
established course because its principals are political ideologues. In 
the case of rock stars, pop stars and Hollywood icons, however, when 
their lavish lifestyles begin to outpace their dwindling financial 
resources, as individuals they will most assuredly re-evaluate their 
deluded dedication to our collective desolation and moderate their 

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