What difference does it make? Rush poses the question specifically about demeanor within the hearing chamber that put under the gun outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton concerning the Benghazi, Libya embassy incident that cost four American citizens their lives:

“…she opened up crying, which is part of the script. But our favorite part, she was asked by Senator Johnson why they stuck with the story of the video to explain why theBenghaziguy went nuts. And Hillary said, "What difference does it make? What difference, at this point, does it make?" Exactly right, but what difference does any of it make? What difference does it make that 50 million Americans are on food stamps? What difference does it make that the president's acceptance speech, his inaugural address, was perhaps one of the most partisan and divisive speeches in American presidential history? What difference does it make? Exactly right. After all this time, what difference it make?”

Rush reports that as annoying as the seemingly overlooked points of “what difference does it make,” and the tsunami of “visceral” email listeners transmitted to him, an element of this hearing waxes even more egregious:

“…the political class in DC, and when the rubber hits the road, they all circle the wagons around each other. Well, the Republicans join in circling the wagons. The Democrats never do when it's a Republican involved...they protect one another because what they're protecting is themselves.”

This effusive support, notes the all-seeing, all-knowing all-compassionate Ma Ha Rushee, is:

 “…the cleansing of Mrs. Clinton's record in advance of her presidential run in 2016, setting her up.”