RUSH: Breaking news! Breaking news! Breaking news! Dadalut! Dadalut! Dadalut! Dadalut! White Leftists Run Giant Scam on Major Universities! White Leftists from Hollywood Running Major Scam on Leftist Universities to Get Incompetent, Worthless Kids into Elite Universities! White Leftist Liberals from Hollywood Exercising White Privilege! One of the biggest scandals to ever hit elite American universities!

No, Pelosi has not taken impeachment off the table! Do not fall for this. (interruption) What? She's... I know she said she's taken impeachment off the table. Don't believe this! Don't believe this! They're going to impeach Trump. The objective has never changed: Get his approval numbers down to the thirties if they can, for one reason or another... Look, we'll get to all that in just a minute, but this breaking news about these white, leftist liberals in Hollywood trying to game the admissions system at major American universities? Holy smokes, folks!

When you unpack, this contains so much. Here are the details: "Actresses Felicity Huffman..." What was she on? What big TV show? It was a Sunday night show. It was about women that cheated on their wives or husbands. (interruption) That's right! Desperate Housewives. Her husband is William H. Macy. His name is not in these news stories. William H. Macy of Fargo fame. He plays insane lunatics. His name is not even mentioned in the story, but she and her husband are involved in this. Also, an actress named Lori Loughlin.

They're among more than 50 white liberals "charged in a nationwide college admissions cheating scandal that involved paying up to $6 million to place their children into elite universities according to court records revealed Tuesday. The scam involved placing students in top universities like Yale, Georgetown, Stanford, USC," which stands for the University of Spoiled Children (Isn't that right, Kraig? It's exactly what it is.) "...UCLA and the University of Texas." It was run by a guy in California whose last name is Singer, who helped parents get their (I guess) hapless, unqualified white liberal kids into the schools through bribes.

But that's only half of this. The scam is they're donating money to this fraudster who's running a charity. They got to deduct the money that they paid as bribe money to get their kids into these schools. They double dipped! Wealthy, filthy rich, white liberal Hollywood actresses scamming major American universities, scamming the American taxpayer, scamming the IRS. You just wait. The Russians are going to be said to have some kind of role in this before it's all over. It says, "Most of the students did not know their admission to the school was due to a bribe..."

Oh, really? Well, wait 'til you hear some of the other details and then we can determine the veracity of that. The children's parents -- and we're talking about, what, 18, 19 years old here, maybe older? "The children’s parents would allegedly pay a specified amount of money fully aware it would be used to gain college admission. The money would then go toward an SAT or ACT administrator or a college athletic coach who would fake a profile for the prospective" white, liberal children "regardless of their athletic ability, according to the charging documents."

Felicity Huffman and her husband Bill Macy "allegedly helped their daughter with her college admission by making a 'purported charitable contribution of $15, participate in the college entrance exam cheating scheme,' the documents said. 'Huffman later made arrangements to pursue the scheme a second time, for her younger daughter, before deciding not to do so.' The court documents also stated that agreed to pay bribes totaling $500,000 in exchange for having their two daughters designated as recruits to the USC crew team..."

The USC crew team! Do you know what crew is? It's what they do in Boston when you see them at the beginning of the Banacek TV show. They're rowing boats! That's what crewing is! The USC crew team? Anyway, here's how it would work. They would say that their kids wanted admission to USC because they had great prowess in crew and they wanted to be on the crew team. So they ran the scam, they got admitted, and then the kids would say on the first day -- and this is why I don't believe the kids didn't know.

The kids would get in and say, "You know what? I changed my mind. I don't want to do crew," or they would fake an injury after the first couple of practices in whatever athletic endeavor that they were using to get in. It was a scam from the get-go -- and the double dipping! All of these payments, these bribe payments were made as charitable donations. Now, ostensibly that was to hide their purpose, but it also permitted tax deductions of the payments. We also discover here that these white, rich, leftist Hollywood actresses didn't trust the system.

They didn't think their kids could legitimately be admitted to these universities without trying to game the system. Man, oh, man, if there has ever been an open, up-front illustration of leftist white privilege, I don't know what else it is. And then, of course, the elite universities have to have somebody there participating in this! Somebody had to know. The ACT, ACT administrators, whichever, whoever were involved, had to be involved with this 'cause somebody's getting the bribe money.

Look at the amount of money they paid to get apparently their otherwise ineligible, unqualified kids into the schools. It was $500,000 in the case of Lori Loughlin, and there are 50 others. There are 50 so far that have been identified in this scandal. It was revealed earlier today -- within the last hour -- by U.S. Attorney's Office and an IRS agent, claiming they're gonna continue to track this down and make sure the American taxpayer does not keep getting ripped off in situations like this.

So actress Felicity Huffman and you have a her husband, Bill Macy -- and, by the way, neither these actresses' husbands are named in this story, and this is the first story I have. Now, maybe there have been subsequent stories that have been published since the program began. I haven't seen them yet. But in the initial story -- and this is a Fox News story -- the names of the husbands are not included. Why is that? Why are the husbands left out of this? (interruption)

Oh. You mean maybe the husbands didn't know? Maybe the husbands didn't...? (interruption) No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You can't say the husbands didn't go along with this. Maybe the husbands didn't sign the check. Maybe they're not in charge of the checkbook. (coughs) Excuse me. By the way, I feel fine, folks. Still suffering the ravaging virus that I had last week. It's just a matter now of clearing out things, but I have occasional sniffles here and occasional indiscriminate cough, but otherwise, I'm fine and dandy.

So "50 people snared in a nationwide college admissions cheating scandal that involved paying up to $6 million to place their children into elite universities," and I guarantee you if there had been any conservative actors or actresses involved in this, their names would have led this story. Again, the scam involved placing students at top universities Yale, Stanford, Georgetown -- 'cause they give away like $3,000 worth of contraceptives every month. Remember that? Stanford, University southern California, UCLA and the University of Texas. It's run by a guy in California.

His name is not mentioned in the story either, but his last name, I've been able to find out, is Singer. He helped parents get their kids into schools through bribes. It has to mean that the parents thought their kids had no other way of getting into these schools. That's just on the surface of it. That's kind of in... These people have enough influence without bribing people, I would think, particularly if you're talking about UCLA or USC. But to have to say that your kids are experts in crew, rowing, and then you get the kid to say, "Ah, I really don't like crew," after they get into the university?

You can't kick them out after that.

Anyway, let me... You can digest this, and there will be more details forthcoming.


RUSH: It turns out that Felicity Huffman's husband William H. Macy's not been named, at least in any of the court documents revealed so far. Now, Lori Loughlin... You know, I saw a picture of her in the story. She looks familiar, and I finally found... (interruption) Right. I know she's from Full House. She's got this big show on Hallmark called The Laundromat Murders or some such... (interruption) Wind Calls the Heart? Fine. Wind Calls the Heart, Hallmark Channel. I think there are murders that happen in laundromats and she's a laundromat detective or some such thing. I don't know.

Anyway, her husband has been indicted in this. You know who this guy is? He is the lead fashion designer for Target. Right on. His name is Mossimo Giannulli. He just signed a deal for $27.8 million with Target, a multiproduct licensing agreement with Target stores for $27.8 million. Their daughters are Isabella and Olivia. (interruption) How's he gonna plan the Target boardroom? What's Target famous for? I'm having a... What was the controversy involving Target? I'm... (interruption) Oh, yeah. Everybody and their database was released. Yeah, okay.

So, anyway, I just wanted to correct the record. Bill Macy was not named in any of the court paperwork. He is Felicity Huffman's husband. "One of the unsealed court documents included indictments against former Yale University women's soccer coach Rudolph 'Rudy' Meredith, who has been charged with two counts of wire fraud." There's mail fraud in this too. This features a tremendous number of years in prison if these people end up being found guilty of a full boat of charges, because once you start getting mail fraud and wire fraud... (interruption)

Garage Sale Mystery. That's it! I don't know why I thought The Laundromat Mystery. Ha-ha-ha. Don't... (interruption) The Garage Sale Mystery, Lori Loughlin.

It's classic, is it not, trying to game the system paying and defrauding and finding people willing to take the bribe money. But the big deal to me is funneling these bribe payments through a charity in order to be able to deduct it, which, you know, involves some degree of financial understanding. Target was also in the news not long ago for... I think they were the first to install unisex bathrooms, in addition to having the major data breach.