NZ obvious FF especially when you look at the Facebook feed, the video game point of view feed, and the manifesto that points out many major conservative media voices.
The point is not that Rush reaching the conclusion that this was a False Flag is some genius insight, but that his conclusion is now reaching millions of people in an audience that only he has. If Rush is talking about False Flags what does that say about the shift in opinion of the "normie" population in the US?
While Rush is ostensibly part of the MSM and typically doesn't touch "Conspiracy theories" I've long concluded that along with Hannity that he is using his massive magaphone to get the truth to his listeners.
Rush doesn't highlight these matters dramatically or often, but he drops little nuggets quietly for those who are following closely, such as:
1. he effectively claimed that the NZ mosque attack was a FF committed by a leftist.
You guys will love this, on Thursday a caller called in to say what ever happened to Cesar Sayoc, (Cesar Psyop). That was the "Trump Supporter/Hillary Hater" who "sent" fake bombs to Obama et al, that never made it out of the post office he mailed them. Zero news coverage about a guy who was gonna blow up major elected officials? Where be he? Both Rush and caller talked as if it was obvious this was a FF and disputed that they guy was really a Trump supporter at all.
He has repeatedly asserted, since the beginning, that there was a plot against Trump, the insurance policy(in and of itself not shocking, but he followed this like a dog with a bone and never wavered). He does make a a unique claim that the goal of Spygate, was to drive Trump's approval down to the point where the GOP would drop support and he'd either be forced to leave office (Nixon) or be vulnerable to impeachment. He's been saying this for over a year, and its an analysis I've never heard from anyone else. Why has he been so definitive about it? Getting a feed straight from Q+?
He LONG AGO (a year ago) said this plot failed because of Trump's steady approval numbers and nominal support from the GOP. Few have clarified this, but the regime change in Saudi likely liberated a number of legislators from black mail. Rush is read in like Hannity, Dan Bongino, Sara Carter and John Solomon.
In the right movements he openly acknowledges that the Republican Party is not conservative and that outside the Freedom Caucus Trump has very little true support in congress. He has always considered himself an outsider, openly talks about how he stays away from the halls of power and the Washington elites and identifies ultimately as CONSERVATIVE, not a REPUBLICAN and that's since the beginning.
One show when he was entertaining the idea of rigged presidential elections he speculated that it was quite possible that 2016 was not the first attempted rigging of a presidential election and that this might well have been going for a very long time. He even hinted that Trump might have been installed.
He loves Ronaldus Magnus (Ronald Reagan the Great) but he has nothing good to day about both Bushes and see them as a nothing more than part of the Left-Right establishment.
He had a Truther call one day who he let talk freely, never cut him off, never disagreed. The caller talked about the Federal reserve, the global cabal/deep state. When he doesn't accept what people say, he corrects them or criticizes them, or cuts them off. This person was free to present their opinion for a couple of minutes and Rush said nothing, pro or con. Was this a way for Rush to be able to present his view acceptably, in the voice of the caller?
During the McCain funeral period Rush brought up the Paul Welstone memorial. Both unnatural deaths. Two executions.
Lastly Rush has also spoken often about how the 2016 election might have been the very last one to save the sovereignty and the free way of life of the US, the very same thing Q and the "video that will get Trump elected" has said.