View Full Version : Rush Limbaugh: Establishment came after Walter Jones with a million dollars and they failed

05-13-2014, 12:36 PM

05-13-2014, 02:38 PM
Almost 9 minutes of Rush yakin, yet he never mentioned anything about "Tea Party False Profit, Sarah Palin". Same big mouth Sarah Palin which targeted conservative Walter Jones yet failed to back either Tea Party candidate in the Republican US Senate primary for North Carolina.
Also, Limbaugh is wrong and very shoddy-shabby work by team Rush, maybe it was intentional. The Crystal Coast Tea Party Patriots in North Carolina backed Taylor Griffin(probably with bribery funds from the RNCC/Sheldon Adelson-TPNN-Patriot Action Network). This co-opted crony Tea Party, along with FAUX NEWS clown Palin who's Soul has been sold to Satan.

Crystal Coast Tea Party Patriot groups (Everyone is cordially invited to any of our meetings. If you can, come an hour or so early to eat, chat, and get acquainted!):

MOREHEAD CITY GROUP, Weekly Meeting: Every Tuesday @ 6 PM, Golden Corral in Morehead City, NC, on Arendell Street.

WEST CARTERET GROUP, Semi-monthly Meeting: On the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays @ 7 PM, Rucker Johns Restaurant, Emerald Isle, NC.

JACKSONVILLE-ONSLOW TEA PARTY PATRIOTS: Every Tuesday @ 7pm, Logan’s Roadhouse on Western Boulevard in Jacksonville. For more information, contact ThomasHAustin@hotmail.com.


Here's how the local CO-OPTED tea party front manipulates the members/readers: http://www.cctpp.com/?page_id=6464
and here: http://origin.library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1108127431649-128/Final+Summary+of+Taylor+Griffin+Vetting+Interview. pdf

Look who wanted Walter Jones out of office, Wall Street/Banksters... so they put their puppet Taylor Griffin as the choice.


Republican Wall Street Wants to Lose Faces NC Crisis - Businessweek (http://www.businessweek.com/news/2014-02-26/wells-fargo-joins-bofa-in-targeting-lonely-dodd-frank-republican)

05-13-2014, 02:43 PM
So it is Wall St/Bankers and Sheldon Adelson that wanted Walter Jones out. and... SELLOUT phony FAUX NEWS propagandist Sarah Palin (yes I'm going to tag and drag her name through the ringer)

Laura Ingraham's op-ed http://www.lauraingraham.com/b/Has-the-Tea-Party-brand-lost-its-effectiveness/-775836094016678386.html

Shut Up & Blog (http://www.lauraingraham.com/blog?categoryID=6) http://images.LauraIngraham.com/images/clearimage.gif
May 7, 2014

Has the "Tea Party" brand lost its effectiveness?
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Has the "Tea Party" brand lost its effectiveness? - Shut Up & Blog (http://www.lauraingraham.com/b/Has-the-Tea-Party-brand-lost-its-effectiveness/-775836094016678386.html)

05-13-2014, 05:22 PM
This is good regardless. Walter Jones appears to have the backing of Limbaugh and JD Hayworth for the 2016 district primary. Laura Ingraham has his back.

Limbaugh is not going to attack Palin for endorsing a friend.

Limbaugh has attacked Adelson on amnesty.


All of the Republican major donors want this bill. I'll give you some names. The Koch brothers, Sheldon Adelson. I mean, they want the bill, because they want the influx of new labor. They want it. They're not concerned with how anybody's gonna vote down the line. As long as these guys can stay aligned with whoever is running government, they're in fat city.

05-14-2014, 12:06 PM
This is good regardless. Walter Jones appears to have the backing of Limbaugh and JD Hayworth for the 2016 district primary. Laura Ingraham has his back.

Limbaugh is not going to attack Palin for endorsing a friend.

Limbaugh has attacked Adelson on amnesty.

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2013/06/17/money_at_the_root_of_gop_s_amnesty_pushFriend of Taylor Griffin, it's never friends in politics, just partners, esp. a VERY weak connection/reason/justification. So let's reflect a bit... Palin who couldn't even finish one term as governor due to fraud charges, is friends with a lobbyist leech who parked his money making scheme in the Washington DC after the W Bush disaster? Of course, it's the same W. Dubya Bush establishment insider Griffin, the type of politician Palin repetitively rants against, the type of people Palin has traveled the country to rally and spoke out against. We can play "word Chess" all day with the clever art of spinning any previous political affiliations... just the typical Spin Doctors. Palin has repeatedly shown her hypocrisy.

There's vetting going on with this Crystal Coast Tea Party Patriots in North Carolina. Time will tell who bought them and pushed Griffin in NC-03, I'm sure it was the usual methodical collaboration by multiple parties and establishment figureheads. Taylor Griffin may write to the public and just because he or his PR campaign staff write it, doesn't mean it's true. e.g.

April 29, 2014 by taylorgriffin

“I consider Governor Palin to be the epitome of a principled conservative and her endorsement reinforces my message that I will give Eastern North Carolina the conservative representation we deserve.”
Taylor Griffin – Republican Candidate for Congress
Taylor Griffin’s congressional campaign got a big endorsement today from an old friend. Former Alaska Governor and Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin and her husband Todd Palin endorsed Griffin’s run for the Republican nomination in North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District. Griffin worked with Gov. Palin and Todd in 2008 during Palin’s Vice Presidential campaign.

“I am incredibly honored to receive the endorsement of Governor Sarah and Todd Palin.
Bush and the Executive branch were so toxic after the failures and lies of WMDs/Iraq/Afghanistan/Torturing/Cheney/War Crimes/Patriot Act/DHS/yotta yotta... the Bush administration was told not to endorse the McCain-Palin ticket and to distance the executive branch from the 2008 GOP presidential race. Time and work will reveal truth of political puppets and exact who they truly report their allegiance. As far as attacking Sheldon Adelson, I'd say that's more of a "Honorable Mention" than an attack on him. There's so much to hit adelson upon, yet he's constantly given a pass, because his family is the number one donor to the GOP/RNC.

I think many know what this is about: http://rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/emergency_committee_for_israel

ECI — a neoconservative group co-founded by Bill Kristol — spent more than $300,000 (http://www.opensecrets.org/outsidespending/recips.php?cmte=C90013244&cycle=2014) on the race and released an ad (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ec_MeIwci7k) last month attacking Jones for opposing sanctions on Iran and being “endorsed by an anti-Israel group” (the group in question is liberal pro-Israel group J Street).
But it appears that ECI and their neocon allies were more interested in ousting Jones for his isolationist-tilt — he supported the Iraq war but turned critic, has been calling for withdrawing U.S. troops from Afghanistan for years (http://thinkprogress.org/security/2011/10/13/343136/jones-panetta-afghanistan/), and has opposed a militaristic approach (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-naiman/ellison-iran_b_1300255.html) to the Iran nuclear issue — versus supporting Griffin on foreign policy issues.


05-14-2014, 01:06 PM
This is good regardless. Walter Jones appears to have the backing of Limbaugh and JD Hayworth for the 2016 district primary. Laura Ingraham has his back.

I wonder - did Rush say anything to get the dittoheads out for Jones before the election?

05-14-2014, 01:07 PM
As far as attacking Sheldon Adelson, I'd say that's more of a "Honorable Mention" than an attack on him. There's so much to hit adelson upon, yet he's constantly given a pass, because his family is the number one donor to the GOP/RNC.


05-14-2014, 01:25 PM


Donor profile: Sheldon Adelson

Quick stats on the biggest financial backers of Election 2012

By Alexandra Duszak (http://www.publicintegrity.org/authors/alexandra-duszak)http://www.publicintegrity.org/sites/publici/themes/publici_theme/images/icons/author-byline-rss.png (http://www.publicintegrity.org/node/4951/rss)email (aduszak@publicintegrity.org)

6:00 am, April 26, 2012 Updated: 10:11 pm, April 24, 2014

http://cloudfront-6.publicintegrity.org/files/styles/5col/public/img/AP110607185276.jpg?itok=zKqcAb_H (http://www.publicintegrity.org/2012/04/26/8465/donor-profile-sheldon-adelson)
Sheldon Adelson, chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corp.
Vincent Yu/AP file

Ranking: 1

Total contributions to super PACs: $93.3 million*

$20 million to Restore Our Future (http://www.publicintegrity.org/node/7977) (pro-Mitt Romney), half of which is from his wife, Miriam Adelson
$23 million to American Crossroads (http://www.publicintegrity.org/2012/01/31/8056/pac-profile-american-crossroads) (pro-Republican), half of which is from his wife
$16.5 million to Winning Our Future (http://www.publicintegrity.org/node/7998/) (pro-Newt Gingrich), including $7.5 million from his wife and $1.5 million from other family members
$5 million to Congressional Leadership Fund (http://www.publicintegrity.org/2012/10/03/11077/pac-profile-congressional-leadership-fund) (pro-Republican), half of which is from his wife
$5 million to YG Action Fund (http://www.publicintegrity.org/2012/10/03/11074/pac-profile-yg-action-fund) (pro-Republican), half of which is from his wife
$4 million to Independence Virginia PAC (pro-George Allen)
$2 million to Freedom PAC (pro-Connie Mack; pro-Allen West)
$2 million to Republican Jewish Coalition Victory Fund (pro-Republican), half of which is from his wife
$1.15 million to Ending Spending Action Fund (pro-Republican), of which $575,000 is from his wife
$1 million to Treasure Coast Jobs Coalition (pro-Allen West), half of which is from his wife
$1 million to Patriot Prosperity PAC (pro-Joe Kyrillos; pro-Shmuley Boteach), half of which is from his wife
$1 million to Hardworking Americans Committee (pro-Peter Hoekstra; pro-Mitt Romney)
$500,000 to America 360 Committee (pro-Scott Brown), half of which is from his wife
$380,000 to Hispanic Leadership Fund Action (pro-Mitt Romney)
$250,000 to Conservative Renewal (pro-David Dewhurst)
$250,000 to Texas Conservatives Fund (pro-David Dewhurst)
$250,000 to JAN PAC (pro-Republican), half of which is from his wife

Notable federal hard money and 527 contributions:

More than $320,000 to the Republican National State Elections Committee

Notable state-level contributions (see here (http://www.followthemoney.org/database/search.phtml?searchbox=sheldon+adelson)):

$390,000 to the California Republican Party (2010)
$250,000 to the Florida Republican Party (2012)
$250,000 to Scott Walker's gubernatorial bid in Wisconsin (2012)
$100,000 to Coloradans Against A Really Stupid Idea (2004)

Corporate ownership: Controlling interest, Las Vegas Sands Corp. (http://www.lasvegassands.com/LasVegasSands/Corporate_Overview/About_Us.aspx)
Subsidiaries: Sands China Ltd., Venetian Macau Ltd.
Total spent on federal lobbying (2007-2012): $1.3 million, according to the Center for Responsive Politics (http://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/clientsum.php?id=D000020980&year=2011)
Lobbying issues: Gambling and casinos, labor and workplace issues, trade, travel and tourism restrictions, taxes, banking, aviation.
Family: Wife Miriam Adelson, stepdaughters Yasmin Lukatz and Sivan Ochshorn, daughter Shelley Faye Adelson, four other children (one deceased).
After bankrolling the main super PAC supporting former House Speaker Newt Gingrich's failed presidential bid, Sheldon Adelson pivoted to support GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his primary super PAC. Adelson has also reportedly funneled tens of millions more to conservative 501(c)(4) nonprofits, according to the Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/16/sheldon-adelson-to-lavish_n_1600149.html). These groups are not required to disclose their donors.
Among them are Crossroads GPS (http://www.publicintegrity.org/2012/06/21/9168/nonprofit-profile-crossroads-gps), the Young Guns Network and groups aligned with the Koch brothers, the story said, citing unnamed sources.
All told, including donations given to both super PACs and nonprofits, Adelson and wife, Miriam, contributed more than $150 million to pro-Republican efforts during the 2012 election cycle, according the Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/12/03/sheldon-adelson-2012-election_n_2223589.html). Giving to super PACs alone, exceeded $93 million, which is more than any other individual or married couple.
At first, the casino magnate and top donor to super PACs was best known as a Gingrich’s most generous supporter. Adelson’s wife, Miriam, a physician, even wrote a $5 million check to the pro-Gingrich super PAC Winning Our Future in late March. Days later, Adelson admitted that Gingrich was “at the end of his line.” The $5 million contribution was later refunded.
Until that point, Gingrich, who suspended his campaign on May 2, 2012, was the sole beneficiary of Adelson’s largesse. By Election Day, scores of candidates were aided by super PACs at the receiving end of Adelson's political contributions.
Gingrich and the Adelsons have known each other for years, and share similar pro-Israel and hard-line views on the Middle East. The Adelsons have donated hundreds of millions of dollars to various Jewish and Israeli causes through several charitable foundations they have created. Sheldon Adelson, born in 1933, is of Jewish-Ukrainian descent, and Miriam Adelson has dual citizenship in the United States and her native Israel.
Roughly two-thirds of Adelson’s $93 million went to super PACs that backed just one or two specific candidates. None of Adelson’s preferred candidates prevailed in any of the 10 races in which these super PACs were active.
Adelson was born in Dorchester, Mass., and attended City College of New York for some time before dropping out. Before entering the casino and gaming industry, Adelson worked as a mortgage broker, investment adviser and financial consultant. His biggest early business success was the annual Comdex computer trade show, which he and his partners first organized in 1979 and sold for $862 million in 1995.
Though Adelson lost heavily in the Great Recession, shares of the Las Vegas Sands Corp. have climbed from 2008 lows of less than $2 to more than $52 in early 2013, and Forbes reports he is the nation's eighth wealthiest man worth an estimated $21.5 billion. His casino empire extends across the United States and Asia, and the company’s annual report shows more than $9.4 billion in revenues in 2011.
The Las Vegas Sands Corp. has been under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice for more than a year on possible charges of bribing foreign officials, and more recently, for possible money laundering. A former executive’s 2010 wrongful-termination lawsuit also alleges that Las Vegas Sands Corp. was involved with Chinese organized crime groups.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., a longtime campaign finance reform advocate, said the corporation’s activity abroad raises foreign money concerns.
“Obviously, maybe in a roundabout way, foreign money is coming into an American campaign,” McCain said in an interview (http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/politics/jan-june12/mccain_06-14.html) with PBS.
After Obama was re-elected on Nov. 6, the Hebrew-language newspaper owned by Adelson in Israel ran the news with the headline (http://www.businessinsider.com/sheldon-adelsons-israel-hayom-2012-11) “America Chose Socialism,” according to Business Insider.
Last updated: Jan. 30, 2013
*2011-2012 election cycle. Source: Center for Responsive Politics and Center for Public Integrity analysis of Federal Election Commission records. Totals include contributions from individuals, family members and corporations that are controlled by the individual super donor.

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05-14-2014, 03:31 PM
I wonder - did Rush say anything to get the dittoheads out for Jones before the election?

He didnt. Walter Jones won his primary. Im worried about the next primary in 2016. I think it will be easier to defend Walter then.


A big shout-out and Mega Dittos to my pal, Rush Limbaugh, who talked about our victory over the Washington Insiders in Tuesday's primary race. It was Main Street vs. Wall Street and K Street.

Rush and I - and the voters in Eastern North Carolina - know that the Washington Republicans' prescriptions - endless debt, foreign aid, Wall Street Bailouts, and amnesty for illegal aliens - are wrong for America

Here's a link to Rush's audio and a transcript:

boneyard bill
05-16-2014, 07:06 PM
Does Rush know anything at all about Walter Jones' views on foreign policy? It sounded like he had to refer to notes just to mention Jones' position on various domestic issues. It sounds like Limbaugh was just jumping on the Jones race to puff up an alternative to the Tillis victory in North Carolina. For that matter, he wasn't even sure of Tillis' name and didn't even seem to know the names of the losers in the North Carolina Senate primary. I don't think Rush was up to speed on these elections and was just speaking from post-election news stories.