From the October 20 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show:
RUSH LIMBAUGH: Twenty-two women, not a single man, not a guy. There's not a guy in this picture. And what this picture is, is the Hillary Clinton press corps. This is it.
Chickification of the news is exactly right and this is the epitome of it. If you wonder why the Hillary news coverage is the way it is, you simply have to look at that picture. You simply have to find out who it is covering the news about her, and it will tell you everything you need to know. And this is done, by the way, on purpose. The chickification of the news is made up of many facets, but one of the facets is that men really can't be fair to women. Not that they try to be unfair, but they just can't fully relate. It takes a woman to understand a woman. It takes a woman to get deep with another woman. It takes a woman to understand. And so, that's the press gaggle that follows Hillary Clinton around. Print, online, radio, TV -- you name it. And it's better than anything anybody could ever say to explain the type of and the nature of the sympathetic coverage that Hillary Clinton gets. Hillary Clinton is perceived to be a victim. She's always playing the victim card. She's always whining about being a woman, or making a point of being a woman -- as though that's somehow an obstacle and it's punishing in our unfair society. And as a way of equalizing it, everybody covering her also happens to be female.
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