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David Limbaugh on his latest book

Joey Hudson

11:55 min | 2 years ago

David Limbaugh on his latest book

"It could get rough the morning answer with Joey Hudson from the true heir. Technology Studio a ninety four five David Limbaugh a lawyer. Nationally syndicated columnists political commentator and author author of nine national bestsellers including the number one bestselling crimes against liberty as an expert in law and politics. Mr Limbaugh has appeared John. Hundreds of national and local television and radio shows including Fox News. His Hannity Fox and friends crossfire. And the list goes on and on I'm sure he's probably probably been on his famous brothers Radio Show few times now. He can add to the list the morning answer with Joey Hudson. We're glad to have David Limbaugh for a few minutes this morning. Good morning how are you great. Glad to be on the answer if I really been on all shows or somebody lying and that stuff they sent. I don't know I don't know I'm just re- I'm reading into you. Sent to me David just never know that you know. I'll told this story many anytime soon and I'm sure that My listeners as I start telling it again they just got on a roll their eyes but As a young man many years ago while I was in school I worked for south. Carolina's senior Senator Strom Thurmond and I'll tell the story of how he and Ted Kennedy seem to work together on the Senate Judiciary Committee to try. GotTa get some things done That they were trying to get some things done. That would benefit the people South Carolina. The People Massachusetts We just don't see that anymore. There's there's there's no more civility left in our political process that is true. The the party's world views and goals are so different right now. And and they're the left's attitude that the Democrats attitude is so extreme and their policy so extreme that there's seemingly no reconciliation anymore. They their hostile. You see the less in the culture. Yup can't even you. Can't you get bullied out of restaurants if you're a conservative if you wear Maghera Maghera criminal and they have justification to hit you. That's where we are is just crazy that that you're right you can't even wear a golf caps to support your president that the sitting president of the United States and and not fear for your own personal safety and I and I know that people always say there's moral equivalents on. Both sides will dispute this. But I dare say that. No liberal liberal has any fear of wearing anything And and being beaten up in public challenge. He doesn't have any fear of going to college. Classroom and expressing his opinion A- and being shouted down and suppressed that's all for one side it's a totalitarian intolerant mindset from the left toward the right toward president trump and and. It's obvious Jack True that what I'm saying in your latest book With me this morning David Limbaugh Guilty not by reason of insanity while the Democrats must not win a very timely release of this book. David you make the case that the Democrat Party today as you nine with a whole host of of leftist groups There are interested in working with anyone they constantly talk about how this conversation. Let's work together. They're not interested in that. They just want to advance their agenda at any calls right. That's right and and They want to impede president trump's agenda and they wanna want to destroy him he's the only president that we've ever had who will have had four years of opposition party trying to remove him. That's never happened before. And it's going to happen because they're gonNA continue the charade or the next year but this book is about the the extreme left in all its various components from abortion to socialism to open borders to their anti constitutionalism and their identity politics six and I go into great detail about how they're doing this and what they're doing but it's not just examples an anecdote it tells deep into it was Oscar underpinnings of their crazy ideas. And I do mean crazy. Yeah Yeah let's let's. Let's just take a few of those topics you cover socialism. I and I mean it's scary. How this failed? Audiology is making a comeback among young people. My poll shows seventy percent of millennials support socialism. I of Poland in my book not that long ago when it went to press sixty nine percent there is some encouraging news though. They're coming gene. Polls that say that while they overwhelmingly except in favor socialism and hey capitalism They don't understand what it means and this is being season. They don't understand what what but they've been indoctrinated by their professors who I if you look. At forty percent of the colleges have zero Republicans the other sixty percent have a scant small percentage. So it's a one way street. The media is overwhelmingly liberal. The culture coming out of Hollywood and elsewhere is overwhelmingly liberal and they're always sermonizing in their allegedly entertainment shows and preaching. So they're being bombarded Martin daily and and part of the purpose of this book is to counter the propaganda and to give our side ammunition to explain the truth about capitalism and socialism selenium To our young people into everyone who's fallen prey to this the -ducted allure of false compassion. that is that socialism purports to be. There is nothing compassionate about it it is enslaving and impoverishing. It kill. It was responsible for killing a hundred million people in the twentieth century. Capitalism totalism has been responsible for uplifting millions hundreds of millions maybe billions of people throughout the world and they indicted on the basis of wealth. Inequality there's always been wealth inequality the only way you can avoid wealth inequality inequality is to decree that the government says everybody. Everybody has the same. And that's what liberals want to do and that very thing would stifle growth which it has another country's all wealth almost all wealth and what did remain would would be with the rulers and we've seen it in in Cuba and Venezuela in the Soviet Communist regime in Red China so wealth wealth inequality rulers versus everyone. Else it's just amazing that this failed philosophy could be resurrected in a time when we're supposed close to being like. Yeah you're right. I mean it's just crazy that you can see how it hasn't worked in so many other parts of the world and why they would think that it would work here in our country Sean Hannity heard on our radio station every afternoon. Three to six. And here's what Shawn said about your book David few pundits can match David Limbaugh for research depth the knowledge and political insight and in this book perhaps his best political book. He shows how the Democrat Party has completely lost his mind. and become a real threat to America's ideals of Liberty Prosperity Commonsense and constitutional government With me today David Limbaugh author of guilty by reason sanity eighty while the Democrats must not win. Again I think is probably one of the most important books That has been released this year. You gotTa have a copy and by the way. I've got a few extra copies I'd love for you to have one. Just text me the keyword book to eight seven seven two three five nine four zero five just award book Tommy. Now got a few copies here of David. David Book that we'd love to share with you and this is important work David because they're trying to destroy our country you know. I'm really appreciative of those unkind remarks. You made and I'm very serious about this. I I wrote for political books that I went to four five. Listen for Christian theme but I wanted to go back to politics because I see this as an urgent time at twenty twenty is a pivotal election. We always say this but I mean we can now see the Democrats. Democrats are out of the closet. Openly favoring socialism that the gender ideology which says the men and women the gender and sex of men men and women is not determined by violence but by how they identify that kind of craziness the genders would that you can be whatever you wanted to be that you're not a boy or girl until you get old enough to identify what you do a or whatever and then they can have an operation. The parents can have an operations permanently. Changing your your genitals. I hope and then eighty percent of these young kids that had these impulses go back later and it's too late child abuse and destruction it happening throughout society going just just this week David. The School Board in Austin Texas of voted to to on curriculum. That's instructing the teachers to teach. Just that they don't want the kids to call their mom and Dad Mom and Dad They want them to use terms that Like an important the person things like that and teach that too. You're not necessarily a boy. Because you were born a boy it is demonic. It is a direct attack in the Bible. It's like the sermon serpent in the Garden of Eden telling the you know God created us as man and woman. He created us in his image. He didn't create US Black White Glue and and you have to pay for. It is an orator because they aren't as as much David no everyone created by God is made in his his image. We all have equal dignity. He made us as men and women and they nuclear family he designed so that we would procreate and they are are are trying to destroy everything about the nuclear family. We've been saying they would do it. We've been saying stay would go radical the more you give them the you give them an inch giving a couple of inches they take a put in a yard and a whole mile there you. They got same sex marriage after saying they didn't want that they just want to be treated very same sex marriage now. The transgender vendor movement is going nuts and and and and be think. Anybody really believes that. Do you think even twenty percent of Democrats believe leap better man or woman is there. Sex is determined by what how they how they happen to feel that day. I mean it's it's all just absurd and no. I don't think they really believe IT I. It's just a I don't know why they even say it but No I I can't imagine that but it is. It's crazy David limbaugh with me. Guilty by reason of insanity while the Democrats must not win a David. I offered to give away a few copies of your book. My my text don here is like a slot machine everybody interested in getting a copy textbook. Eight seven seven three five nine four zero five. I got a few copies. I'm going to give away. I'll choose a few of you this morning David so good to have you join us here on the morning answer and just good luck and good luck with your book. Thanks so much for having hope everybody gets a book. I don't need to make any money. uh-huh important message. It is a very important message. Have a wonderful Friday David. Thanks have neon Sir shaking eight seven seven two two three five nine four zero five. Just text the

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Guilty by Reason of Insanity with David Limbaugh

Cross Examined Official Podcast

50:00 min | 2 years ago

Guilty by Reason of Insanity with David Limbaugh

"It does truth exists because you have faith. Does that make this book. Does God exist so when someone says there is no true if if you apply the claim to itself what should you say. Is that true. They don't think Christianity through their talked out of it. You know why because they've never been talked into it. Cross examining skeptical and view. Welcome to cross examine with doctor. Frank Turek if you think that Christians ought not be involved in politics that we ought to just preached the Gospel then and you actually don't really believe the gospels. That ball is all that important. Why because politics affects our ability to preach and live the Gospel? And if you don't think so go go to some of the countries I've been to I've been to Iran into Saudi Arabia. I've been to China. You can't do what we're doing on this broadcast right now. In those countries legally you can't gather legally Wrigley in those countries why because politically. They've ruled it out. And if you don't think politics are important you must not think the safety and prosperity of your family and fellow citizens are all all that important. You don't think war and peace matter much you don't think freedom of speech and freedom of religion or worth defending you don't think life should be protected or the health and welfare of children matter much. Why because all of those issues are affected by politics? And if you don't get involved politically in some capacity then you're not really caring about those issues issues or those people because politics is important because it affects decisions and laws passed by politicians and they affect almost every issue that's critical to life and death here on Planet Earth including the Gospel itself. Now the question is how do you get informed as to what's going on in our crazy political discourse right now I mean I can't keep up with it all friends. I not really can't keep up with it all. I forget what happened politically last week and last month and last asked year. I need someone to documented all for me in one place so why can make informed decisions at the ballot box in the coming year. Because we're coming up on another election election-year friends what are we going to do. So I have someone on the show today that it's done that and he's documented for us. My guest. Today has brilliantly. I might add and thoroughly early documented. What's going on politically in our country especially on these issues? That are important to Christians. So you're going to be able to decide who will be the least worst choice in the next election. And that's what politics often is since we don't have Jesus on the ballot. We're never going to have a perfect candidate and quite often we got choose the least worst choice and my mentor. Dr Norman Geisler said this many years before the two thousand sixteen election. Here's what he said. He said elections ends are normally the choice between known which and is suspected devil. Now how did Dr Geisler no profit because he predicted the two thousand sixteen election. Now I gotta be clear as we get into this. I personally am not gonNa tell you who to vote for. I don't endorse candidates on the show but I will have people belong. Who will inform you on the issues? And that's what my guest is on today to do. He rocketed to stardom in twenty in two thousand four when he wrote the a forward to. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist. Actually he was an accomplished attorney. He was an author before that he's written several New York Times bestselling political books. He wrote those from the late ninety. S to about twenty twelve. Then he wrote four New York Times Bestseller Christian apologetic theology books from two thousand fourteen to two thousand eighteen. Jesus on on trial the amaze code the true Jesus Jesus is risen. Those four books are all New York Times bestsellers and now. He's back writing about politics. Within then amazingly well rich well written a research book that will open your eyes to what's happening in one of the two main political parties in our country. And how how. It's an anonymous sign. Not Just for Christians Ladies and gentlemen but for the entire country so you guessed it. My guest is my friend. The Great David Limbaugh. Who's written ten straight eight New York Times bestselling books including this one? David how are you my friend. Great Frank Thank you for having me on it. Isn't it great. I have no clue about anything pertain to politics or religion and yet I've written bestsellers on America. Great isn't this great country. No you know you know both of those subjects very well and we always hear you. Don't talk about politics or religion. When in Fact Ladies and gentlemen those are probably the two most important things to talk about how we gonna live now and how how are we gonna live in eternity? Ernie if in fact there is now this new book. David is extremely well researched and written. I've been reading it for the past two and a half days and it's got such such a provocative title. It's called guilty by reason of insanity why the Democrats must not win now. My point here is everyone should read this book including Democrats Democrats because Democrats will wake you up to what's happening in your party now. David you You decided to write a book on politics after four bestsellers on Christianity and apologetic theology. Why did you ship now back to politics? Why did you do that well as you know? I'm passionate passionate about both issues both sudden and I after this last book I Christian something book. I wanted to do one more. Finish the New Testament in my treatment and my publisher asked me to go to politics because this is an election in year and things are very important now. I do believe this is the most important election ever and I. I don't think it's Cliche to say that because I I think every last election has been more important than the previous one but this one is urgent and and I agree that the things that matter most involve Albert attorney but I also agree with part of your intro. That said what we do here matters. God didn't just put us here for nothing. He could zapped immediately to heaven if if he wanted to. There's a purpose for us being on earth and I think we are stewards of AH things and and and we have a duty I think in this nation created an established on godly principles religious liberty and Liberty Liberty itself to try to preserve the heritage. America is founded and I think what the Democratic Party is doing across the board is become extreme. It's a wholly owned subsidiary of the far left. And I think it is. It represents America's founded it disagrees even with the idea of nation isn't states and it is trying to complete the fundamental transformation of America that President Obama started and it's reached levels of acceleration that you could call warp speed. I mean this is what they're doing now is frightening and we can go into the various issues issues. I don't want to jump the gun but I can give you example. After example of the horrifying things are doing I think most of your would realize it. Anyway I think if we don't win this election if the Democrats in twenty twenty recapture the major political branches that is the legislative and executive branches. There's there's no telling what type of America our kids will end up living in. Now you folks out there who are Democrats want you to listen to what Dr David Limbaugh here is saying. He's a doctor of jurisprudence. By the way the book is called guilty by reason of insanity in here are the issues that are in the book. I'm just gonNA listen now and then after the first break like we're GONNA get into some of the details. David is covering the country's founding including the claim that the US was built on slavery. You hear that quite a bit. He covers the Gospel. It's in the first chapter her. He deals with victimhood identity. Politics class warfare and intersection -ality. You're probably wondering what that's about we'll get into it. Hopefully he deals with the difference between color blindness and racism awesome. He deals with gender issues including transgenderism menus in women's bathrooms and the so-called toxic masculinity that that comes from the left quite a bit. He deals with the difference between capitalism and socialism why the Bible Affirms Private Property Rights and does not prescribe socialism. He does with tax policy freedom of religion and freedom of speech he deals with intolerance and hate mostly coming from the left. He deals with freedom of religion and so called gay rights. He deals with shouting shouting your abortion and attacking Christians marriage the green new deal open borders ice immigration policy. What did I leave out David? I mean I'll tell you what I tell you what I the I didn't cover too much is the second amendment. Because there's been so much on guns. I covered it a little bit and see I intellectually honest. I am and I didn't and I didn't go into into great detail on the Russia hoax because that we've been inundated with awesome books on that covered of course hand generally and in context sex with the other subjects but I wanted to cover the recipe social and political issues that that I think needed comprehensive treatment not just the anecdotes and examples but the philosophical underpinnings of all these issues abortion socialism capitalism open borders and the rest of it and constitutionalism petitional. Well all that is in this new book. It's called guilty. By reason of insanity eat the author is David Limbaugh. And he's by guests but the entire hour so we're GONNA come back and look into some of those details from the book right after the break you're listening to. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist with Frank Turk on the American Eric and Family Radio Network our website cross examined dot. Org Back in two minutes so don't touch that dial go anywhere ladies and gentlemen. Can you help me with something. Can you help me get this podcast before more. People not only tell your friends about it but go up to tunes and put a five star review on the. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist. podcast if you do that it will help us move the podcast charts so more people will hear it. Thank thank you so much for partnering with me on this. Welcome back to in the Franklin American family radio or if you're low on the FM dial looking for national public radio go no further. We're actually at the tell you the truth I guarantee you're not gonNA hear this on. NPR my guest. Today is David Limbaugh his new book guilty by reason of Insanity. It is the best book I've read in recent times. That gives you a layout of what's going on politically particularly when it comes to some of the things that the Democrat Party right now is supporting. which if if you told me five ten years ago they'd be supporting there's I go you're not but apparently they they've gone nuts in my view anyway and in David's view as well why are they why are they supporting some of these things? I mean. They're supporting infanticide even after birth. They're supporting supporting open borders. They're supporting all sorts of different things that we would say. This does not appear to be a sane policy for any country much less the United States of America and David Limbaugh has documented at all. Now David I want to start right in the beginning because you point going out. Throughout this book that the left uses oppression to supposedly get rid of oppression now. Can you give us some examples. Apple's of what you mean by that it's everywhere but I think that's true they're using oppression to get rid of what they mean by oppression. Oh I think this is a common thread. Had that the left for example they say they project they say we're intolerant. And I I had in my two thousand three or two thousand four book on persecution. How that liberals were had declared war on Christianity one professor I mean one school administration suspended ended a Christian professor because she had allowed her students recommended but not required her students to read an article on homosexuality quality and the article I was out of focus on the family or something something conservative and Christian and one student complained and the administrator ultimately said in spending her. We can't tolerate the intolerable. And that's what they're doing. Now they're they're they're suppressing speech on on campus in the name of freedom. They're suppressing our free speech and we also see it throughout the the intersection alley only thing with the identity politics thing area. They are oppressing people in the name of protecting their rights. And it's it's really unbelievable. You know you mentioned something a minute ago. Why why this is happening? Why the the the liberals are now coming out of the woodwork? And coming out of the closet ause it. I think I think perfect example of that is the same sex marriage. President Obama pretended to be ambivalent about about same sex marriage for his entire term until he decided to be honest. We know from the record that before he was president he had already said he was four. SAME MHM sex marriage but during his term. I hope I'm not offending anybody. People always talking about trump being liar. Obama lied and he said he was ambivalent and so then when he figured the political time was was right he opportunistically said he's four same sex Mary's and do you see what happened overnight. People who had heretofore been opposed to it even even liberal states where they had referenda on it and people overwhelmingly rejected same sex marriage but then all the sudden. They're scared to death to go against Obama. Emma that might be racism it might be sexism agendas and so they automatically now. Everybody in the country is all of a sudden for same sex marriage and I think I think that was a seminal pivotal event in terms of how about leftism can overnight. There can be a juggernaut that leads to think think and I think the left has become emboldened with that type of thing. They have on their abortion. They're actually losing on in in the Court of public opinion on abortion and yet they're they're so proud that they're now shouting their abortions. Glorifying it advocating up to the point of birth and beyond as you said and and declaring their moral right to get an abortion. Shout your abortion and lighting up towers so I think that when I say insanity and the title that's actually a euphemism for evil. Now I don't mean that they are able the people doing this or even I think their ideas sir evil. I think this is a matter of spiritual warfare. Because how can you. How can you as a same stable morally grounded human being say that it is okay to kill babies in the womb to the point of birth and beyond and and say that that is actually a moral good which is some of them? We're and be proud of it. And that not be a level of evil that we can't even contemplate it's a level of evil that the Canaanites head achieved achieved when God ordered the Israelites to exterminate them in their entirety. Because they were that corrupt through and through with their child sacrifice etc.. The only one. That anticipated -tated. This was the apostle Paul who end of Romans. One said that if you suppress the truth long enough and not give thanks to God and continued at go down path into depravity. You're not only going to have a depraved mind. But YOU'RE GONNA cheer other people who are doing the same evil you're doing and that's what we see in society today. People are cheering things on when governor. Cuomo up there in New York actually passed that bill where they could kill children all the way up to the moment of birth and they lit the Freedom Tower or the empire still stay state-building whatever it was all sorts of different colors to celebrate it. Going whatever happened to safe legal and rare that the Democratic Party used to before with regard to abortion now. They're promoting this celebrating a David. What's going on and and I? I'm glad you mentioned that because because since I put the book that since I've written it since it's been out for publication I'm always reading you know. Go through the daily Bible reading and try to read at at least one time in a year. Maybe the New Testament twice and I don't always do it but I've been doing pretty good this year and I just came across because I'm getting toward the in. This came across breath. Enrollment that very thing and I wanna point out something the passage you just. It's it's a separate evil. It's not part of the same sin to to encourage other people to send it is a separate particularly egregious sin. And that's why you put if you do something something to one of these. You know the children but the but the principle applies throughout if you if you coax anyone if you seduce anyone to sin it's particularly bad because you're not just messing with your own soul you're messing with their salt and it's almost like proselytizing and reverse its its vandalizing for to make hell bigger agreed to send you are correct. Go ahead David. I'm sorry I just wanted to say one another thing. Augmenting what you said. This is a matter of our souls being darkened. This isn't a matter of reason. You can't approach people In in a row on on on the basis of lodge I mean you can but we have to understand that we're dealing with obstacles that transcend our mental faculties. This is a spiritual ritual thing and I don't know I'm not an expert spiritual warfare but this does involve warfare. That is not to say we shouldn't employ skills obliging especially the people who haven't been roped in yet. You have to use logic but we have to recognize that. It's not just a matter of reason. There's some dark heartedness that is hovering over. All of this and part of the problem is Christians. have not been vocal enough nor loving enough in the sense that we haven't won people into the Kingdom. We haven't given people good arguments. And that's why our country's going godless because the church hasn't been the church it hasn't been salt and light so part of the problem is is us. We're the problem. We have not been engaged aged enough now David you. The book is so well researched. And as I mentioned in the intro. I can't remember what happened last week. Much much less last year. But you've done this. You've put all of these instances of the left going completely into the realm of actually promoting evil. That it reminds joins us that this this is a serious matter. And if this isn't stopped our country is GonNa go down a very very dark road. You will you point out. You have an entire chapter here on racism and you you point out that the left is abandoned. Dr Martin Luther King's call for a colorblind society. Why have they done that? How have they done that? Okay here's the deal. Russ Martin Luther King said that we should judge people on the content of their character character not the color of their skin. Now the modern left takes the position that you must be color conscious not colorblind and that that by the way that transcends since just race that's in gender that's in class you must look at People's external qualities not a person's heart not their conduct. Racism is systemic. That's what critical race. Ace Theory and other cockeyed a theory of the left. Racism is systemic. So you can't. You can't as an individual white person not be a racist because it's bigger than you are. It has nothing to do with your conduct and has to do with your station. And that is so destructive and warped the thought of that because we're all individuals made in God's image and all of us are equal no matter what our race no matter what our sex no matter what. Our disabilities were entitled to equal dignity and equal freedom. Equal right but so the left now in my view has no substantive policy agenda that works. They're bitter because they had civil rights before they could claim the champions of the downtrodden and and they could Advocate these social programs and welfare programs. That would make voters dependent on them but when when things have improved to the point where we can elect a black person as president. The United States It's obvious that objectively racism has decreased in the United States course it increase during Obama and now decreased again during trump. You'd never know that the news. That's what the the fact shelf but they are better. They have nowhere to go substantively. They cannot win promoting the the crazy ideas they promote. Okay so what they do is use identity politics to demonize conservatives and Republicans and whites and men and whatever and so they say cons- socialism see. They don't even have to prove that socialism is a superior system morally or intellectually they just demonized nice capitalism and capitalist as evil as greedy as compassionate. And I've been hearing about the lack of compassion among Republicans since I was in in college. That's always there. Seductive approach. They they always want to be judged by their professors good intentions as opposed to the their results and we always say. Capitalism is by far superior both in theory and in practice it produces prosperity and expand economic pie the invisible hand of the market it allows incentives of allows the buyer and seller to enter into a transaction were both are benefited and central planners can't possibly possess that kind of knowledge of what would benefit individual buyers and sellers and extrapolate that throughout the economy. They discount the proper motive saying it's evil they don't understand that the profit it motive and incentive people respond to that and therefore produce goods more cheaply and greed has nothing to do with it. People don't buy and sell according according to great you can't just arbitrarily set a price as a seller and get whatever you want four unless you have a monopoly. You're only going to get that price if the buyer is willing to pay AAC work because he believes it's a beneficial transaction. Greed is irrelevant prices. The issue and how much he wants it in fact. We're going to have a lot more on that ATP because the two chapters on Socialism David's new book again. The book is called guilty by reason of insanity by David Limbaugh. He's my guest. These two chapters socialism. Everybody needs history. Republican Democrat Independent. Doesn't matter you need to read them because it's true and you'll realize that capitalism is perfect. It's the best system system above among live options. We're back in two minutes. Don't go away to view find value in the content that is podcast. Don't forget followers on instagram. FACEBOOK and twitter join our online community to have great conversations. 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I don't have enough faith to be an atheist and you can see them streaming live on our website and also on our facebook and youtube channels. In fact those entire presentations including the QNA or up there so check them out there all right back to my friend. David limbaugh guilty by reason of insanity his new book just before the break. We were talking about racism and also capitalism. David I heard Ben Shapiro not long ago talk about out. He was at Stanford I think talking about. He was actually criticizing the alt-right the white supremacists and he was talking about intersection. -ality and how there's this hierarchy archy that the left has created from the people who are according to them the most privileged the white Christian men and the least privilege or the LGBTQ people and they want to invert that that hierarchy the folks on the right the all right not not not the right that you and I are part of but the alt-right they say hierarchies just fine with us and everybody in the middle is going what hierarchy. What are you talking about? Should we treat people like individuals. David doesn't Christianity treat or. Tell us to treat people as vigils. Should we be people that yes. And it's distressing high intersex analogy as you mentioned is is the ideology from the left. That says people people can have multiple oppressions race gender sexual orientation class and and when you have multiple oppressions they intersect so you can't just look at a woman versus a man and see how women have been oppressed in history or how blacks have been oppressed by white because a white woman for example is the closest according to this ideology two white men in terms of there being a lesser gap in an oppression. Because they're also white what you really. I have to look at for example as a black woman. She's got it both ways and she has multiple oppressions therefore she's entitled to extra protection legally and socially now. Let's not even go to the black transvestite woman. Oh my gosh. They're in. They're entitled even more. The Trans Ends Black The transvestite black woman who is disabled and old. My Gosh if you had reparations for that group you you wouldn't even a billionaire air couldn't satisfy. I'm being a little ceases to point out. How ridiculous discussing these categories is we? God didn't make us as as groups and and not as robots were individuals made in his image. As I said and you if you get people thinking about groups then you necessarily alienate them. Polarize them to close the circle from the previous question for we went to break. That's what the Democrats do now. The the left they get blacks. They get Hispanics get women they get homosexuals transgenders to think of themselves as groups and they then polarized them from from from conservatives who say and they say they hate you. They want to discriminate against you And so they then say they're entitled to Special Privileges in order to keep in order to set the record straight. And so we got people against each other pitted against each other men against women gay against straight and we can't have any harmony harmony society and this is what's so ironic about the lip it claims it's for tolerance and harmony. They're there for anything. But this is destructive frank this policy of getting this this his idea of getting us all at each other's throats can't possibly be healthy and God's is in fact you have again. The book is called guilty by reason of insanity on page two thirty nine. I'm looking at right now. David I've been through almost this entire book. I've got so many places start. I just I wish I could spend hours on the phone on the on the phone here with your on the radio program going through this but people are just going to have to get the book but you point out on page thirty nine echoing our friend Dr Michael Brown. That alcoholics anonymous does not not hate alcoholics. It loves them and my question for you is how does this show Christians who try and help people out of homosexuality or other sexual practices are trying to love. People not hate them. That's really something that bothers me what they do now. This is how they suppress speech. It's very clever it's almost demonic. Where they say that a Christian who takes a position based on scripture is guilty of hate speech if the Bible says that same sex marriage that heterosexual marriages God's ordained Order for the universe marriages bridges between man and woman. Jesus affirmed it if you say that if you mouth that in public then you're guilty of hate speech and but if you're not hating a someone when you say that you're you're not you're suggesting that God loves everyone and if you WanNa talk them into your ideas how does that. How does that hateful? When you're trying to convince them of something that would ultimately be in their best you're not even depriving them of any rights? We're not even talking about it. You're you're not demonizing people. You're just trying to tell them what you believe. It's morally healthy for them. You also right on the bottom of this page which is such a brilliant insight site. You write the contradiction in such thinking is worth repeating the contradiction. That says that you hate somebody because you disagree with their behavior the LGBT a Q.. Community insist on gender fluidity almost as an article of faith yet they forbid expression of the opinion that fluidity can operate from gay to straight great. Yeah you say. Dr Brown also observes that V mio which is full of videos of terrorists and pornographers. Two groups not blacklisted by the high priest of political correctness correctness. He's talking about the fact. That video has stopped. Some of Dr Brown's own videos because they were trying to show that there's a way out of homosexual practice but they don't stop videos from pornographers and terrorists. I I mean go ahead David. It's the the double standard. It is crazy here. Yeah and not only that but I want to hone in on something you just sit home in on something you just said quoting my book there. This is how the left ends at beating itself because ultimately they they have no moral anchor they had no intellectual anchor. It's just anarchy of ideas anarchy of morals in so relative relativism so when when the forever the almost sexual movement has said I was born that way I was born game now transgenders genders. Say Not only were you not born that way. They're offended if if you if a parent has a gender reveal party meaning They're pregnant they realize from an ultrasound they're going to have a boy they send out an ounce halo celebrate our new baby boy. The son writers leftist writers object to abyss. Saying how dare you presume to identify a Mayo. A biological males a male when he hasn't even had a chance to decide whether he wants to be male more female he it's gender fluid. It's a social construct. It's a matter of what that individual chooses and he chews up to seventy genders. He can choose to be a identified. Fight is a plural pronoun. They and you are required at the at the risk of being subjected to criminal fine and imprisonment if you miss gender these people the they created new terms gender by the way one. That is not abnormal when it comes to this so so frank. Here's the deal. It's beyond postmodern linguistic interesting insanity. We are saying that sex is not determined that gender is not determined on the basis of your biology and is based on on how you identify arbitrarily. Now let me ask you if you are a boy and you and you say you're a girl and you even have a bunch of operations. Is Your DNA in encoding. Going to change one bit the answer at all still. You're still girl. And yet these people are now foisting biological men into into the workspaces into the locker rooms into the sporting events of biological women where they're destroying the competition unfairly. But if you dare if you're like Martina Navratilova and you dare object to that and she's a lesbian by the way if she is when she objected that they've built fighter they savaged her for just stating her opinion that it's unfair to let men who are actually stronger and faster compete with women in these athletic events and they're doing it and they're destroying him so ultimately now the transgenders are swallowing up all the oxygen in the room for the feminist. By the way you can't let me give you another example. Debra Debra Messing comes out and and and champions Herp Jonah wearing these so-called you know what hats and women are great because they have the giants and then she got savage because no they're people have the giants who are not women. I mean. Excuse me when they're not all women have vaginas in other words a man a man of biological the sale is one giant. So she'll oh yeah. I'm sorry I'm really sorry. Oh she if she sorry. Are you serious notice. Notice all these forest apologies where people just grovel and act like I got one other one never mind. I won't do it but I got a stream of consciousness. They're all they're they're all in the book deal deny reason of insanity at David. This is true this is insanity to say that a biological boy is not really a boy. I'm sorry if someone's offended by that. You're just offended by the truth. I can't help that. I think is best. If you're Ben Shapiro who said facts. Don't don't care about your feelings Ealing's facts and and there are so many facts in this new book guilty by reason of insanity that everybody needs to get. I don't care what your political perspective is. You need to know what some people in our political world are are actually advocating. And unfortunately it's mostly the Democrats who are advocating these things in fact on page one forty five David and I can't even believe that this is in your book but it is because it's true you're saying that California Democrats in California have introduced reduced bill to protect pedophile Ze. Yeah I I it's I don't who would ever even want to pass an initiative like who would even think about it. Somebody is is is within ten years of their age and you can now legislatively protect them from being exposed I just as a pedophile. I just it's like it like like in the old days when rush wrote wrote his early books AIDS was the first disease to have civil rights. You couldn't tell you couldn't disclose that a person has AIDS are HIV even though it interacting with that person might kill them because they wanted to protect the privacy now seat because that's where liberals are they always carry thing and so we we can't we have to abort we can't allow. We can't protect the baby because to do that. Even if the baby's almost an actually already borne you are somehow diminishing the women's rights. I mean they twist everything the mother's health the my I I just. They expand the idea of mother's health so much that it encompasses everything. It's the exception that swallowed the rule. There is nothing rational about these people. It's all emotion. It's it's all spiritually devoid and it is horrifying. Because I don't even know how you approach people that are this far gone. Actually you really don't need to. If the Church Church would be the church and get involved because the people that are that are putting forth this kind of insanity literally protecting pedophile els who commit crimes within ten years of the AIDS so for example as I understand this if somebody is twenty four years old and they have sex with a with with a fifteen year old or let's say twenty one with an eleven or twelve year old. This bill and California's GonNa protect them from prosecution. You see what's going on here friends France if the Church would just be the church then these problems would be solved but the church needs to be the church so you need to get informed. I get this book guilty. By reason of insanity by David Limbaugh Mike Guest today we have one more segment. Don't go away. We'll talk more about it right after the break. I'm Frank Tour Ladies and gentlemen. I don't have enough faith to be an atheist. Is a listener supported radio program and podcast. If you like what we do would you please consider going to cross `examining dot org and giving us a tax deductible donation one hundred percent of your donations go to ministry zero percent. Two buildings leads. Thanks so much. I'll be in mcallister. Oklahoma Ladies as the gentlemen this Sunday First Baptist Church there during a community event that afternoon. I don't have to be easiest callister. Oklahoma check the website cross examined dot. Org for details so hope to see. If you're anywhere in Oklahoma mcallister. Oklahoma all the details around the website Sunday morning and Sunday after noon. Back to my guest David Limbaugh. The book is called guilty by reason of insanity it documents. What's been going on ladies and gentlemen in our culture for the past three or four years? And what's what what what Christians need to know about it. What Christians need to do about it now? David I know a lot of people. We talked a little bit about socialism before before. I WANNA come back to it for a second. Because there's some Christians at our confused about this. They look at the church in the early chapters of acts and they all got together. They kind of lived in a commune. Immune that kind of thing. Why is that not prescriptive for Christians? Today interesting use that term. In fact I think I quote your mentor and my friend Norman. Geisler who said the This telling of the story in acts about the early church and the selling the property operative giving it to the poor was descriptive and not prescriptive and it was mainly as a story of how moved. These people were in the spirit in the early Church church to voluntarily give up their property and sell their property and give the proceeds to the poor. And but there was. There's no a biblical local prescription to do that anywhere else. It doesn't occur elsewhere in scripture and the critical thing is there's no government compulsion and it is and I as I said it's voluntary and so it's not socialism at all TAC. There's so many other places in scripture which about if you don't work you don't eat and that type of thing so it's never been prescribed for Christians and win Bay essence afire were were punished for failing to deliver all the proceeds to the church and killed. It wasn't because they kept some of the proceeds because they they live to the Holy Spirit. They hadn't perogatives to keep their probably their property. They could do what they wanted. It was only when they tried to save the Holy Spirit that they or punish so this thing we have this is a big. It's not just this thing where it goes to the root of this what I said earlier. How a Liberals have always seductively alleged that socialism is compassionate and that Republicans and Conservatives have no compassion even though we advocate capitalism capitalism which lists people up which lifted people up out of global poverty. Some two hundred years ago and in the world saw level of prosperity that it never seen before and and it radiated throughout the globe obviously with exceptions. But it's it's socialism is not compassionate is not compassionate for me to say to other people. I'm going to use the coercive power of government that take your earnings and distribute it to other people it is contrary to the biblical idea of private property. which is implicitly validated in the eighth and Tenth Commandments Against Covetousness and Against stealing so private property is validated endorsed implicitly. In the Bible Socialism negates the idea of private property in the gates the idea of liberty and Christianity. The is about liberty people. Human Nature is such that we respond to incentives and price and that type of thing. Socialism destroys is all that it demonize is profit as evil and yet profit. The profit motive is one of the main things that causes capitalism to flourish in the economy. Johny to flourish under capitalism and to expand and yield unprecedented prosperity but because the surplus superficially looks greedy. The because when you add anything you add to the price of a product beyond the cost of producing it they say Marxists say and many Socialists. Site is surplus less value. It's the Labor theory of value. And it's a lie because you can and there by the way the liberals the left are promoting this very thing in their Medicare for all DOC program. They're saying they want to. If you read the documents they want to eliminate proper profit from healthcare will by doing that that makes them sound good to the to to the Information Challenge people but in fact it would destroy healthcare's already going along way to doing it now as we added for Mental Socialism Eliza and it will cause lesser quality lesser higher prices and less choice in healthcare. But because you're saying thank prophet is just something that's Arbor arbitrarily tacked on. No it's the incentive to let somebody produce at a lesser cost not at a higher price. It's it's it's really amazing the deception and this is all part of the big lice where it's all spiritual because say in fact you say in in one of these two chapters. There's on socialism looking at page. One seventy seven right now. We're talking to David Limbaugh. His brilliant book is guilty by reason of insanity. It's a disturbing book but it's true. Oh you need to read it you say this Socialists or more materialistic than capitalists. What do you mean by that? Always thought that because they're obsessed With material things they always want to put to divide us on the basis of class inspire covetousness. It doesn't do you realize uh-huh my pastor sometimes says that everybody in the United States almost without exception is rich compared to the people in Biblical Times. So if you you put it into context where all writ look at everybody hit not. Everybody and I don't mean to sound callous because I happen to be very blessed and I don't mean to be heartless about are Our Era Ghent. But I'm just trying to be objective here that people have cell phones they have. TV's they have cars. They have shelter and compared to the all the the the historical times there. They have abundance and I just but yet what what the socialist wants us to do is look at what the other guy has instead of being happy with what you have if we're talking to materialistic terms you know you have to be hateful and mad at filled with angst angst and acrimony about what the other guy has. That can't possibly that can't possibly be what God intends for our mindset. No no not. At all and in fact the reason people have so much here abundance is because of the capitalist system that creates wealth and creates opportunity and gives people people a chance to create wealth. Without that. We'd we'd be back three four hundred years ago when everybody lived as peasants under under some king somewhere so capitalism while it's not the best system is or is not a perfect system is the best system among the live options. Socialism doesn't work. Because is it misunderstands human nature as you point out in these two chapters here on socialism again. The book is called guilty by reason of insanity. And you also you quote Jack Campaign. I love this quote. David Jack Kemp said our definition of compassion is not how many people live on the government welfare plantation but how many of our people are liberated aided from government dependence. How does socialism make people dependent on the government because the government doesn't don't produce wealth it can't produce wealth only entrepreneurs and free people in a free market can produce wealth and expand economic pie? Socialism says has that the pie is finite so of course they want to redistribute everything they want to be in control of who does it and they set prices they set they make all economic economic decisions and and political and economic liberty are are so interconnected that when you have the government controlling economic decisions they are necessarily they. We can only do that through the political system. So they're constricting Your political liberty to. Here's a point I go into in the philosophical nature. This capitalism has been in pan because partly blamed this on Ayn rand and other Super Libertarian. Who takes this quota added snap out of context and talk about how capitalism Elizabeth is about self interest? And somehow that's and that they take that to mean they infer that that means that they're selfish and they don't care but in truth it's capitalism is neutral doesn't purport to be a religious system but it is more moral because ultimately lets people be free and prosper under a free system in the results of it therefore produce the results greater prosperity which means that actually capitalism is more moral because it produces the greatest good for the greatest number of people socialism by by touting itself as Compassionate and and caring does not make it so when it has produced poverty enslaved impoverished people throughout history socialist and Marxist resumes killed one hundred million people in the twentieth century alone. And they want to talk to us about compassion. The United States is the most benevolent most prosperous prosperous priests and strongest nation in the history of the world and a great part of that is the capitalistic system that the framers made possible through our founding documents and the a quote on Chapter Eight of the book. Guilty by reason of insanity by my guest. David Limbaugh this Marxism has failed to promote freedom and to produce food so it not only has acid produced freedom. It hasn't produced food okay. They don't care about freedom. Left care about free. That's something lost on our society. Orse equality of outcomes. They don't care about quality about opportunity. They want US fest of our god-given Liberties that's our point right. That's the point right. There they want they want the outcome to be equal not the opportunity to be equal and that's impossible in this world to have the outcome equal affect the outcome. Amazing even going to be equal in heaven people that are going to have different rewards based on what they did here now at all be. Just nobody's going to be upset. Nobody's going to be envious because we have a we have a sin nature now but in heaven you're not going to have equality either. It's well anyway David. There's so much in this book. I wish we we had more time. We're running out of time here but this book guilty by reason of Insanity by David Limbaugh is a book. You need to get our care. What your political persuasion is? I don't care if a Republican Democrat Independent. This book is going to educate you on so many things going on in our country right now that when you go into the ballot box next year. You're going to be well informed so David thanks so much for rightness Thanks for having me on and that by the way your point about the church. It's not just the church isn't doing what it should. It is being taken over for me inside it is it is garage to the culture and I don't know if you see that in churches you but I am very nervous about what's going on and we are and the people listening to this broadcast right now can make a difference. Prince Bhai actually following Jesus rather than following the culture. In fact we're about we're doing a TV series right now on Jesus versus the culture. It'll air next year but we're working on on it right now. So look out for that and friends check out this book. Guilty by reason of insanity by David Limbaugh his. He's been my guest today and he's written several of the great books as well a lot of them on Christianity that I mentioned earlier so just click on David Limbaugh. You'll find all of his works there. Well worth looking at. You can go to David Limbaugh DOT COM to if you want for so all right France. I'm Frank George. Don't forget mcallister Oklahoma this Sunday. Hope to see you there. 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David Limbaugh 11-3-19

CATS Roundtable

09:22 min | 2 years ago

David Limbaugh 11-3-19

"Introducing the capital one Walmart rewards card earn unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart Online. It's the perfect card for all your family's hints this holiday season like five percent back back on the air fire. GRANDPA told you about when he fell asleep in his chair mainframe using or five percent back on the laptop. Your sister had carolers sing event. The capital one walmart rewards card earn unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online. What's in your wallet? Terms and exclusions apply capital one Guinea. Good Morning America. This is the cat's table John. Cats Matiz here at send me morning. What's going on? We have the brother of a very famous sky on the phone with us. His name is David Limbaugh. Little brother of rush limbaugh. David is a lawyer. A nationally syndicated columnists a political commentator author and he wrote a new book guilty by reason of Insanity. Good Morning David. How are you good morning? A little brother wrote a big book. How many how big is it all? It's formidable hits like George Foreman in in boxing housing terms if not guilty by reason of insanity towel all Americans what it's about it is An indictment of the political the left and they're extremism and what I do is go into each issue you know whether it's abortion or race gender socialism immigration trump derangement syndrome. The leftist intolerance authoritarianism and documented with myriad examples but more importantly I address the philosophical underpinnings behind the less extreme ideas and I hopefully discredit. That's those ideas or recruit those ideas and show why they're fallacious and give people background is I want I want our side of the armed with the facts and with the arguments When they go out to proselytize to evangelize revealing with young people who have been indoctrinated into the glories of socialism and they buy Ryan all the myths and the lie about the evils of capitalism and the glory of socialism? And so I go into the background. Try to explain the moral and practical implications of both capitalism socialism. And compare and contrast the to ask you you know I'm going back black. Ten Twenty thirty years where Republicans and Democrats people closer to the left and people closer to the right. Were we're civilized with each other. What happened well my belief? I don't think there's moral parody. Between the two. I think that the left is aggressive and Intolerance towards opposing ideas wile claiming that that we're intolerant They've been They they don't respect the views of other people we see it in academia would see Hollywood. Shame people who don't agree with them. They suppress them They suppress speech their government and through the private sector. We see it on social media in his so extreme that even some famous liberals are rebelling against Bill. Maher as rebelled against it David Ruben with the podcast but he these people these leftists are finally noticing. How extreme Some of their fellow Oh left SAR and and so I think. I think there's an intolerance in a totalitarian mindset and conservatives if finally had you missing used to call him the silent majority now they've been browbeaten even our politicians in Washington Have not fought back with the same vigor that they're being attacked and so losing in in the marketplace of ideas and so that gave rise the Donald trump a nutshell. And I think people on our side. They're finally fighting back and so it look like an incredible polarization. When what are we supposed to be rollover and allows the country to be destroyed from within and the American idea? The idea rejected I. I don't think so. I think it's kind to fight back and I think that's what we're doing. Y Z polarization. Why are the millennials? The younger crowds sounds so much closer to socialism than than capitalism. I remember when I was growing up. I you know I grew up in Harlem column and I want to get up. Make his successor myself and and joined the people on Park Avenue. But it's a different now notwithstanding John Denver songs without listening to the children We know that The book of proverbs tells us that the wisdom is not with the innocence is with us but not wisdom and so The stints in the United States has been Indoctrinated you you can go back to the textbooks textbooks. Howard Zinn People America? We've blatantly trying to convince people that leftism correct that. Socialism is good. He talked about the they demonized capitalism. See it's not just A. The kids are enamored with socialism. They've been alienated against capitalism. It's two sizes thing coins that distinctly different an issue And so they think they treat Capitalists as evil by definition the rich not paying their fair share by by the way all of which are live. You've got college. Professors in in forty percent of the college zero Republicans in the other sixty percent just a few republicans and until they're indoctrinating. The kids are being bombarded culture. We've got these economists. UC Berkeley. You're subscribing to the socialist leftist views of this French economists pickety. I don't know how you pronounce his name. They the media is in cahoots with him. They're disseminating their fallacious erroneous statistics into the culture sir to support such as the rich not paying their fair share town when we mean you grew up there was something similar. I remember the movie The way we the war with Barbara streisand. Same Decade Redford was in that restaurant and then they they would've socialist communist on college campuses but now they're out of the closet because they're emboldened by the culture culture and their own echo chambers in the media Hollywood and and and The rest of the culture so there now There now unafraid. To say they're socially I mean I think some of them are still a little added as an like Elizabeth Warren. She'll tell you all the houses with your socialist but then she'll deny she's actually social especially if they're out of the closet now so They're that way with abortion their their murdering babies in the womb. All the way up to the point of Bert and beyond And so okay this book chronicles all these horrendous issues. All these horrendous views and policies and is is called arm excited to fight back. So tell me if I skip to the last few chapters in the book. What what's the conclusion what's going on? Why conclusion is again? I don't want to sound like I'm just repeating myself if the contrasting the world views. It's no longer this idea. Maybe of the two parties have the same Goals just have different ideas about how to achieve. And that's a that's a myth. It's a lie. We have radically different world views from They want open borders. There are mentioned abortion on demand through birth The they believe that they don't believe in the idea of biological sex anymore. There's multiple genders and genders not defined by our biology but but by our identity identity. However we choose used within race we they reject the Martin Luther King Salafi judging by the content of our character not the color of our skin? Now they're insisting on a rejecting color blindness. Look at look at my color. How dare you not look at my color? That's how you judge me. And that's how I judge you white privilege and all this so all these radical oh ideas out of the closet so left is embracing their their candidates are embracing trying to outdo each other so the ultimate purpose of the book is to expose owes them the ideas behind their What they're proposing the ideas behind their ideas philosophical end of their their policy proposals proposal? And and and what we have to do to counter that and I I hopefully arm understood with information to fight back David. Limbaugh new book guilty by reason of Insanity and Thank you so much coming on the show and I guess you can buy the book guilty by reason of Insanity Amazon and Barnes and Nobles Dot Com right. Yes Sir by actually your your staff all over the place. It's really good really appreciate you enter active. Thank you for coming on and have a good weekend. You too thank you. This is the cats round

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BONSUS:  Rush Limbaugh: The Man Behind the Golden EIB Microphone - Thats My Brother

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

51:10 min | 3 months ago

BONSUS: Rush Limbaugh: The Man Behind the Golden EIB Microphone - Thats My Brother

"Welcome to episode for of rush. Limbaugh the man behind the golden. Eib microphone episodes. One through three. You can always go back. And listen to those exclusive stories from people who knew rush on and off the air including dawn and brian who will with rush and me in the ib southern command studio everyday for more than twenty years. But today we have a very special episode for you. We have a chance to hear from russia's brother david limbaugh now. I've known david for a very long time. Decades and david nye our friends and i won't say something about david and this is very touching to me and is something that i will always remember when the the day that day. That rush gave us the bad news about his diagnosis. It was a very tough thing. I got a call Before the show ended that day from david. And david said james. I'm just calling to see whether you're all right. We're all worried about you. Because you know how much you love rush. Of course i broke down and of course you know. David was was just as emotional as david. Ken be under those kind of circumstances. We were all just on the edge. And that's who david is and and that's this family is. I knew wash and david's mom. Millie and i hung out with millie. And i rocked david's one of david's daughters to sleep while we will all traveling somewhere with rush to two on one of our great traveling adventures. I don't even remember where we were going. But i just remember hanging out with them. You hear this expression the salt of the earth. The limbaugh family. I've met so many of them. These people are the people that you would want to be your neighbors. They had the people you would want to be your friend. These are the people that you would want to be your family and you'd be grateful if you were in their family. Not only do they love this country. Not only do they love their family. They loved their friends and they create an incredibly loving environment and it is so easy for me see where rush came from by knowing his family. Whether you listen every day you are at the eib network and the rush limbaugh program on over six hundred great radio station or every now and then nation's leading radio talk show. The most eagerly anticipated program in mary's stories. You've never heard from the people behind the scenes who him best and loved him. Most worked with more having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have rush limbaugh the man behind the golden eib microphone hosted by james golden girl. Hey james golden here. You know what. It's time that you treat yourself to a little bit of luxury. You know the company. It's my pillow but what you may not know is that my pillow makes more than just the incredible pillows that have captivated america. They make sheets and these aren't just any sheets. These sheets are smooth. They're soft they're comfortable. You'll look forward to getting these sheets every night. I know i do my pillow. Giza sheets have a luxurious feel. You're going to love. Get yourself the luxury. Get a set of the sheets. They come with a sixty day guarantee pillows sheets. Don't forget the incredible slippers from my pillow. They're available from my pillow. They have a level of comfort. You need to experience log. On to my pillow. Dot com click. On the new radio listener special and use promo code icon. Lots of incredible offers there. Now that's mypillow dot com promo code icon today special guest. We have with us. David limbaugh russia's brother david. Welcome how are you james. how're you doing. thanks for having me on. I am so pleased that you're here david. How're you doing. I am still in a state of shock and disbelief. I wake up some days. And i still can't believe it when i hear russia's voice. I'm i'm still part of my mind. Still can't wrap around russia's gone. Yeah i it is really Very hard to believe i am. And it's tough and i kind of compartmentalize sometimes in deal with that way. But i was very surprised the way it hit. I mean we expected him. We knew it was going to happen. But i didn't think it was eminent. And then when catherine called and said he'd really taken a turn for the worst my heart sunk and then it was downhill from that point. So yeah i was kinda shocked even though we had been well prepared for it. So david i want to go back with you today. To the beginning of david the younger brother. I wanna know what life was. Like in the limbaugh household i have. I have had the wonderful opportunity of meeting your mom. I never met your dad. But i met your mom. And she was such a wonderful and delightful person she had sparkling blue eyes. She would send me music. I don't know whether you know that or not. She would send me cassettes with musical. Yeah yeah she wanted me to heal. She had an infectious laugh. She was just such wonderful person. What was it like growing up in your house. Well my mom and dad were both unique characters in their own right very different My dad was As i said in that tribute i wrote to rush. She was a lawyer's lawyer. Brilliant and he was pretty serious most of the time and had a worst bark than his bite he. He was tender at heart but people sometimes people thought he was grasped. The truth is he was. He was really good too but he disciplined us. Don't get me wrong and my mom was just a cut up. She was a comedian and always funny and happy and everybody loved her and everybody will have my dad. To don't wrong people would come over. This was the interesting thing they come over to our house when we were kids in high school in people would our friends would sit around in the living room and just listened to my dad pontificate about politics religion politics in so it. It is gratifying to me to see rush in his career. Put together both of the the best attributes of my parents and turn it into the most successful radio show in american history. So that's really cool to me. I see both my parents. Inrush the best about the both of them. And your granddad was still the rush. Had granddad on the air. Your granddad lived out to be over one hundred years old and he was active. He was still practicing all right when you were coming. Oh yeah. I joined the firm in one thousand. Nine hundred. Seventy eight and my grandfather was still there. The patriarch my dad was there. My uncle was there my cousin stave so a lot of limbaugh there. At the time in fact our cousin john started out there too so it was very limbaugh heavy and there were some non limbaugh's there too and my grandfather continued until probably nineteen ninety three or four when he was almost one hundred four he died at one hundred and four but he practice law almost until the very end. My dad died four or five years earlier than my grandfather so my grandfather outlived him and But my grandfather was amazing in terms of how vibrant he was and how brilliant he was still at an very old age while okay. So you kids. What did i look at my childhood. And i contrast it to what i see kids going today and i am so grateful to god that i had what i consider to be. A normal childhood. You know went to church winter school. You know two parents in the home you know. We did things that most middle class families dead you know. You go to the church picnics. You do you know. I was a little mischievous in school and once in a while and and but it was normal. What was your childhood like. This sounds like a leading question based on information you may have been supplied to you about our past. And i don't know whether or not invoked the fifth or at this point. I need to know what your intentions are. Millions are you with the fbi. What was it like david. That's all my intentions. You you in russia brothers. You're not that far apart in age. Now he's two years older than i am. He was two years older than i am and up. We were mischievous kids. I mean if i told some of these stories i wonder if the statute of limitations is still open on a few of the felonies we committed. I mean we were. We were really bad on prank phone calls. I mean it was pretty much harmless staff and we are creative. As i think i saw one of these steve martin movies earlier. I can't remember the name of it. It one of his daughters who has missed us called it. A dark gift was. She had nothing on us. We we were gifted. We had dark gift for mischief and we pulled pranks on people all the time sinn. We sent cavs to people's houses that that didn't order. We ordered pizzas then. Sent a cab for the pizza to pick up the pieces and take the people's house we ordered cavs for residence addresses that were non existent. And then we're we're sitting in the houses by the These existing residents watch these camp. Guy's perplex intro terribly. Mean in retrospect. But you know we. We had Slowly formed conscience of conscious at the time. So that's my only excuse but we. We had a lot of fun. What was your favorite one. If you had to pick a favorite to there was i. i wonder. I hope no one's still around that. That would have been a victim of this. But we had a know your bible contest and no your american history contests so we call people randomly out of the phone book and ask them certain totally easy questions than they answer them. Get them right and so we. We told them they'd win. Prize money so we sit cabs to pick them up and take them to a certain hotel in town to pick up their prize money. Now keep in mind that there was no contest. There was no prize money. The cab people weren't in on it. So i mean it was. It was pathetic how bad we were. But did you ever get busted not for that. We got vested. I got taken jail on. Halloween for throwing balloons. At people's cars was less is not part of that misdemeanor but We were kids. We were walking around and we and we didn't hurt anything we met we got. We got taken to the police station but no we just. We had a lot of fun doing crazy stuff but most of it was not miss. If i just say that because rest was so tickled about it talking about those things we did. In later years arrest was very interested in baseball and pursued pitching and that he was a good batter in in very good pitcher. Yep now when you look back on it. Did you get any hints did you. Did you notice anything. Because russia's talked before about when he started to call games right at on using the tv turning the sound down on the tv and calling a baseball game or the the the carville troy. Where did you was that like. Khan were you conscious that something was going on there or was it just kind of. He's you know well. He was We lived on sunset. Four twelve sunset in cape girardeau missouri. And i specifically remember that toy at that address and it would you could broadcast on the. Am radio waves within the confines of your home in so my mom and i would listen to rush broadcast either as a dj spinning records and and giving his little commentary as he went or announcing a baseball games as he watched it on tv and turning down dizzy dean or Whoever the the baseball announcer was at the time. So yes and. I think your question is did. We recognize his talent at that time. When we were just really young we probably recognize most his enthusiasm for his devotion to it but when we moved over to the other house and he was fifteen he went to dallas to take to get his radio license. I don't know the technical term those see license. Yes and then he then. He became a radio disc jockey on the local station. He was really really talented especially for his age and people started noticing how gifted he was. We we did some tapes. Kind of mehta an audio movie and they. It was just totally creative and hilarious and rash. Rescue do voices. He was a mimic. He was an impression at the first moment. That trump does anything that is the unraveling of obama obama's gonna be on tv glittered exclusive trump trump's about destroy obamacare sometimes stage like. There's i wish i weren't married. Did i say what i really think. I don't mean that negatively. I'm happy wink wink. Not so what does my voice sound. Like you sound. Like stephen hawking or something like a union plug. That's really chipped off me. And if i don't say the right thing here i might be some trouble. Exactly right A no the the people think he'd 'cause the ways and people think people are brilliant because the way they speak they say A lot because that's how you make people think thinking when you're talking an So yeah. I weren't married to her call as you know in episode we've been sharing the biographical journey of russia's life chapter by chapter narrated by some of russia's colleagues and closest friends today. Well this guy needs no introduction longtime listening to rush knew him as f. lee levin today. He's a huge da. In his own right radio broadcaster mark levin the life of rush limbaugh chapter four narrated by mark levin despite being fired from his first three jobs in radio jeff christie aka rush. Limbaugh didn't stay down for long worked aggressively to return to the airwaves. And by one thousand. Nine hundred seventy five landed the afternoon. Show a top forty k. u. d. l. and kansas city. Rushes time at ku dl was short-lived barely. Two years before he was let go the first time in his life russia had become disenchanted with radio after serious thought. He chose to temporarily walk away from his dreams of a successful radio. Career in nineteen seventy-nine rush set a new career course major league baseball. I remember my father. When i when i quit. Radio was the happiest ever was my quit. Radio h twenty eight. Because i figured it burned out that was playing records on what is in mean i mean. Where's that going to take you on. I got that job with the kansas city royals making thirteen thousand dollars. He was happier than he had ever been. Russia's four years with the royals were successful and led to a lifelong friendship with hall of famer. George brett after baseball rush returned to radio. Nineteen eighty-three as the afternoon. News and sports anchor at kabc candidacy radio first time in. His career used his given name on the airwaves. Rush limbaugh but even boasted to his general manager quote so lamb matter of time before you're going to fire me. Russia's prediction became as reality after less than a year at camp easy he was out by nineteen eighty-four rush replaced morton downey junior and mid days on kfi in sacramento haffey k. Was a perfect fit for rush. He was soon dominating the market and his time sly finally got to do a radio. Show the way. I wanted to do it. The things that i cared about the things. I thought people would listen to and it was basically just sharing my passions. I love sharing my passions. I come up with things or passion. I want everybody to know about experience. I want everybody to agree. And it finally all came together for me in sacramento california after three years of ratings success in sacramento rush left. Kfi k. To become part of ed mclaughlin slowly formed e. f. m. media network still his departure from kfc k. Was bitter sweet. I'm just a guy on the radio when i started this thirty years ago. I never envisioned any of this happening. What i wanted to become was the best radio guy in the country. I had this great opportunity. I could be me. I could be honest. I could talk about whatever i wanted to talk about and there was. Nobody did tell me and i have folks. I have to tell you. It is the greatest blessing that i've ever had to have the opportunity i do. Each and every day born from the tragedy of nine eleven. The tunnel to towers foundation supports our nation's fallen and catastrophically injured service members first responders and their families. Thanks to your generosity. The stand up for betsy. Ross campaign a five million dollar donation was made to the foundation to honor dozens of heroes killed or injured in the line of duty protecting our communities and our freedom. That's shocking that's disorienting. That's life changing enough. But then the prospect of losing a home and losing everything else and not knowing where to go next helping to maintain the nest to maintain. 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He gets his life energy of course from family and friends but his primary source of energy and motivation to live in my opinion was his love for his audience and and what he did and his job he loved doing what he did and that was the case when he first started out so while he would have been popular had had had his priorities. Been there he mainly just loved to work but he developed some friends in in the class ahead of him a few years later when he was like seventeen and eighteen they. They took a particular interest in wrestling. He was more mature minded than an more serious. I mean he's a comedian wrong. But you know what i mean. He's he's a serious minded person in israel life and so he he's. The guy never wore blue jeans. For example i can never remember him where blue jeans and these guys sought him out these older guys and they ended up becoming really good friends. They were at our house all the time i latched onto them like a little kid but it was fun. Having those guys around so rest was extremely popular with them and they looked up to him. They saw his talent from an early as before that. I think he didn't have as big a social life because he does more into his work and that that you know it's almost like he was a mirror of his younger self from what you're describing. Yes that's so true. And he always stayed true to himself he. He did what he wanted to do. And luckily what he wanted to do was productive and wholesome. I mean he wanted to be on the radio and he wanted to work hard. And and those are all Obviously good values There's been a lot of you. Didn't ask me this but i might as well anticipate at answer. People have said well. Your dad wanted him. He's probably disappointed because he didn't go to college. Didn't become a lawyer. And all that. And my dad like any parent thin wanted us to go to college but he never pressured rush to go into law. My dad was not that well. He just believed that. The best avenue to becoming well rounded for later success was college. You know they they bet it heads about that because rest saw no value in it. He knew he knew his own head. He knew his own heart. He knew he didn't wanna do it. He did it on his own. He did it his way. My dad has been unfairly criticized for pressuring russia. Meal never did never did it. He did want to keep him in school. And i think that was a reasonable thing and even rush would have said later. There's no way my dad could have anticipated. That rush would break all odds and be phenomenally successful not going the conventional route. So i think rush as you say. From from the time he was young until the time he died new his own head and he he was a reflection of of his when he was an older person who's reflection of his younger person but that's simply because he never changed. He always knew what he wanted any went for it. Well i wanna talk to you about you for a few minutes because you just said something about you knew what you wanted to do early on in life too and you wanted to be a lawyer and did you also want to a writer because you're an accomplished writer between your writings on the political and cultural scene in america and you're exceptionally gifted books on christianity. You have carved out a real niche for yourself. interesting question i i. I went acknowledged that that regardless of how well i've done i wouldn't have been able to reach the levels. I have which are very modest. Compared to what. Russia did not that. I'm competing. It would be put myself in competition with him but it would not have been possible. It had restaurant open those doors. Now i was already a lawyer before rash goddess syndicated show and all that so i was doing fine but he opened some doors for me in both my writing profession and my legal profession That were just awesome. The opportunity to work on his radio contract and then watching his success inspired me to want to become a writer. A better writer. And hey my brother's doing it. Maybe i maybe. I come from the same gene pool. Maybe i have enough talent to do a little bit better than i'm doing. So it was inspirational. And he was always supportive of that as i as i also said in the tribute you to answer your specific question that i always know that i wanted to do these things i can give you tangible answers to that as proof that i did one is. I remember in in franklin school. When i was in second grade mrs swank. Our teacher asked us to draw a picture. Of what how we envisioned ourselves. It went working when we grew up. And i drew a picture of a courtroom. I remember that all my life. But i just did and i never deviated from wanting to become a lawyer always wanted to become one until i became one okay. I'm kidding i'm kidding. I enjoyed it. I've enjoyed it. But i but i- glamorized it all the way through. I was one of these weird guys that even like law school. Because i just love the study of law now. The practice of law the general practice of laws hard grind and very stressful and is not as glamorous as you anticipate that it will be but then if you can specialize in you get a better idea of what you're doing then you feel better about it and that's what i would recommend anyone to do so. I knew that. I wanted to be a lawyer from an early age. And you asked me about writing why. I was a fanatic. Hardy boy books. I read all the hardy boys. Books and tom swift was kind of a science fiction. Thing went all these series they can go back and check. And i was a fanatical reader of those kinds of books and I was so into that. Those books that i started riding my own books. Also what i call. The book was like seven handwritten pages and i color the cover. I would draw and i had no talent to draw but i so i had like forty five books. Seven page books mystery books and i call them the wright brothers and that was obviously just imitating the hardy boys but so yes from that age. I was probably in second third grade when i did that. That's amazing did you read. nancy drew. No because i thought it would be a little feminine. So no i didn't. I always wondered about it. But i never some of our girlfriends good. I know. I know it was good but you know false pride. Now that i'm a full blown feminist. I probably go back and read them. I read the hardy boyz. The bob seed twins. I would read from all of that stuff. Tom swift the tom with books. Were excellent the whole series. Yes oh i got. I got an interesting tidbit about my dad to show you i. I don't know why. When when i became an adult i thought back on this story And and what it says about my dad. My dad was just a he was. He was a voracious reader. I get distracted and it takes me longer. Rush is like my dad. He was a steel trap. And i'm not cut myself down. I'm just saying the rash had my dad's ability to read fast and to comprehend one time. When i was into the i think i think it was tom. Swift's first book like the rocket ship to the moon or something like that. By the way there to tom swift series one when my grandfather was a theater and then when we were kid are mainly my dad was but i was so enthused about the book when i was reading it i asked my dad if he would read it and then talk to me about it now had i one of my kids asked me to. To rein in my. Add and rate a kids book. At that time i would have faked that somehow. But my dad i i don't i i got up in the middle of the night. One time i walked down the stairs and i walked into the living room where he sat in his rocking chair. And he always had a card table with ron and he was reading in the middle of the night he was reading that book and so he actually read the book and that with that in later years that has been very touching to me to think about that while my my dad was in world war two flew p fifty one b twenty five's in the china burma what they call the china. Burma theater and a good friend of yours was also in the same place and and it wouldn't talk about my brother. I would ask you know we'd watch a war movie kids. Mtv was it like wouldn't tell us simply would not talk about it. Nonetheless jump ahead. Russia's had went through a series of jobs but the big success had eluded him he had been fired a few times. He you know and i'm sure that those were no one likes to get fired. So i'm sure he had to go through some grief with all of that at one point. He left radio to work with the kansas city. Royals and do you remember anything about those periods. You're off doing law. You guys are grown. Now you're often two different directions. Were you still in touch with each other. What was that like. I think what you're getting at is is inquiring about the his professional growing pains. And i would say yes. He definitely had him. He knew again. He wanted to be in radio but is one thing to say. He wanted to be in radio any new. That's where he belonged and another to believe that it would end up happening. Because you can think you're the best person ever lived at a certain profession or skill and still not have the circumstances in life develop immaterial is to enable you to actualize your potential and so i think Through a series of firings and obstacles. He was getting pretty discouraged. He was not a person to adapt again. Goes back to chase. He always wanted to be who he wanted to be. And that is a commentator. At the time there wasn't there weren't really even talk shows not just political talk shows. There just weren't any talk shows that i remember but rush always wanted to comment so when he when he did when he spent spun records for these shows he would always come. It was funny and he was talented but that was not his job description so these program directors invariably got irritated with him and told him to curb it down. That was not what you're supposed to do. And invariably he would disobey because that he knew that's where that's where his destiny was not because he was intrinsically in subordinate. That's not why he got fired. He got fired because he just did what he thought he was born to do. Not that he thought through this philosophically but he kind of just did what he did when he'd get fired a few times then he talked to my dad and mom okay. Let's go the conventional route. So he worked for the royals. And i think he enjoyed it. Okay but he's mostly board. He was director of group sales and he sold tickets and he was really good at what he did but there was just not for him and so he was just looking for a way out. Then he'd get he get opportunities and he would go and get fired again until he was. And you've heard this story wasn't until he went to sacramento that some program director finally let him be self and then he just flourished like a rocket ship. It was explosive. I went out there to to sacramento to see rush and he took me to alliance club luncheon that he was the invited speaker because he was already a big celebrity in sacramento and i had no idea i had no idea. He was a celebrity really. Because he didn't brag about it he just he just did what he did. I think he might have taken me there with the hidden purpose of let me see. Just how talented was and i went there. And i'm sitting there i. I don't think i've ever heard a better speaker in my life. Wow i'm blown away by my own but when we were growing up we didn't do a lot of talking. We did a lot of listening. My dad was the talker in. So i didn't particularly know that rush was as a talkative as he was capable of being when he got on the air. And i think this is true of a lot of celebrities they say. Johnny carson was a little bit shine. His personal life rush wasn't shy but he wasn't a real talkative person. I mean he was one on one but he wasn't guy guy that would just be life of the party and entertain people but when when he got on the air he lit up as you know when i was with him at that. Lions club luncheon. My jaw was dropping at how talented he what. It's not that. I didn't know he was smart. I just hadn't seen that side of him and it's funny. Because i saw that side of the rest of his lights after that so david. Now let's jump to new york and the next thing you know he's becoming a household name. Were you surprised by any of this. What was the reaction inside your family. Your extended family as well as you know The family well. I think and i remember. This could be off by one or two but i think rest started with fifty six stations. That's why the sheer talent Is what led to the explosion of the number of stations and within a matter of years. I don't know how many years he was up to six hundred stations and he held them for rest of his career. My mom i will say. My mom was always his biggest supporter and she was so thrilled with with this success. She always knew how talented he was. And it was just extremely gratifying for her to see. My dad was more of a skeptic because again he my dad i think had this preconceived notion that to succeed. You had to go through the traditional rap college and all that and he. He was slow to realize that rash had broken through but once rush did break through. My dad was blown away. I'm not saying my dad wasn't a big supporter of rush. But he wasn't as predisposed to it happening the way it happened. And i remember and you might have heard this story a read in various biographies of rash or my mom and dad are sitting around while rashes being interviewed by. Ted koppel on the what was not the ten. What do you call lying. Yeah nightline and he rushed made. Some profound articulate response to something. Ted koppel asked him and rash turned my my damn ration. I always call my dad. Affectionately rush so rush. Our dad turned to each other not to him. Wouldn't dare do so he. He turned to my mom milly. Where does he get this in other words. Can you believe how talented he is. And my mom turned him says will use silly and the and the answer was of course that he got it from both them. But but it was my way of my. It was my dad's way of rhetorically affirming. Just how great rush was and that was just a cool turning point. I think and i'm glad rush. Got a chance to actually know that you know yes and and to understand that that his parents knew both of them and and these tended family to new this talent. How was it for you because all of a sudden here you are your brothers famous. It's famous a double edged sword. It's not just the good stuff. It's all the horrible stuff that comes along with being famous and that stuff impacts the family to what was it like well. It's interesting i when he was in sacramento. And i'm just a a general practitioner of law. He asked me to review. his contract. is radio contract well. I didn't know anything about radio on. Drake's anyone trust me enough to do it. Even though i had no expertise senate and when he did is when he was asked to do a syndicated show he asked me to do. The contract will while i had no clue about the business aspects of of syndication. But i remember. I think i spent twelve hours preparing that contract to submit to add mclaughlin and his lawyer. His lawyer is our howard. Abraham's really good guy and new york lawyer i hadn't dealt with any new york lawyers and prepared that contract and and so that was really cool. Rush brought me. And i was a little intimidated a little nervous but i will tell you in terms of how it affected his fame to me multifaceted. But one one thing i remember. I was so excited when he finally inaugurated his national show out of new york. And he i. I remember te driving in town. I went went out in my car. Listen to the radio. And when i was so excited when he came on i got goosebumps. I said to me. I'm nobody was with. That's my brother. I said that is so cool. And so i was ecstatic about a success. So proud of what he had done and what he was doing. And i thought wow you know and i even said ed mclaughlin. I said there's no reason. And just what answered. There's it's there's no reason what he did in sacramento won't translate to the rest of the country. There's no way it won't. I was convinced once. I heard him. In sacramento. I knew and so i was. I was so supercharged with that. Now that's the upside to to it. The negative a negative side of this a potential negative side in what he did was very controversial on politics. Well i happen to believe exactly like he blazed politically and so anytime anybody would would give him grief over that. I was just defensive protective on his behalf and if they would go after him i would. I would be very upset about it but it never bothered me and says oh. This is going to hurt our reputation. Our family's reputation because he's controversial now. I was totally proud of what he was doing. Because i think he was making a difference and mainstreaming conservative thought. I mean bill. Buckley of course is the father of the modern conservative movement. I'm not talking about russell. Kirk and all these intellectual people. But buckley brought it brought the conservative movement to the forefront and then rush brought it to the mainstream in what he did but the downside to me seeing him be savagely attacked and scapegoated. That deeply bothered me through the years personally. And that's where he that's where he finally just got to do my own thing and i'll do it well. I can't i can't be all things. all people. Any the ended up being one of those charitable people celebrities or people period in fact that as a as collateral point he wasn't just charitable with charities. He was so generous with the family with other people with fans He gave gave away so many things he he's been so generous to me and my family and sometimes he would offer stuff so nice that you'd feel guilty and then i finally realized i gotta not make this about me because hits one of his greatest joys is giving things away that he likes himself such as his apple products and so if he wanted to give me four watches. I i can't i- violence okay. Give us one time. You gave me four four apple. This hilarious i mean. It's it's disgraceful. If if you're a non capitalist many gave me four watches. i've put them all on my wrist. This is like a year before he died. Put everyone there are different colors. I took a picture on the senate to him here. I'm wearing all the watches and he just loved he. You saw it. Didn't give you those phones all the time and ipads and watch only yes. Oh yes he was so generous than just and he loved being generous with the people that he loved new system. He was amazing. I often a happy birthday to my brother. Dave when he turns eleven today. No this is the eleven inches burnt sixty five today and he doesn't look a day over. I'm telling you forty so happy birthday. Dave nickname doc. I gave him a brand new iphone. Ten my brother for his birthday about two or three weeks ago. So i wouldn't forget it today. David time is dwindling. Down here sadly i wanna ask you one question. What's the one thing about rush as a person that very few people know or people would be surprised to hear about him. Is there anything that comes to mind. I'd have to think about this. I'm never good at these open. Ended questions like that. But i would say. He was not an extrovert in his private life. I was even surprised when i first started seeing him display talent and how he would light up in front of an audience. I just never saw. I saw glimpses of that when he would perform on the radio and all that. But i had no idea the extent to which he would become not a different person but a more open person. It's an interesting paradox. To me that he he does. He didn't open up to that many people in his private life now a lot of times by the way he would open up to me when we were younger. Have a girl problem. We'd share these issues. What do you think of this. Does she still liked me this so he would open up to me and i'm sure to is real close friends but on the air i think you would agree that he considered his audience intimate and he would tell them his deepest innermost thoughts. And i don't know about you. I think that is so cool. And i think that's one of the things that has made him uniquely popular among his audience that developed the bond and since he's died i have received thousands of communications e mails twitter messages facebook personal letters unbelievable numbers of people who would say who do say i loved him. I feel a personal void. He was the best friend. I never met now. This sounds like a cliche in less. You read. They're not just saying i love your brother passably. No they're saying. I feel wounded. I feel a hole in my heart that he died it is an active presence centered deep lee love that he generated with millions of people. I mean i remember being in the studio today. A guy called in and tried to explain it all and he ended up. He thinks he ended up in tears and putting us in tears when he said. I just need to hear your voice. I now because it'd become that much of a comfort to just hear his voice and people try to figure out why he was so successful. you did. you just can't put it in a easy definable box. He had so many attributes that went that final product. And i think a lot of it had to do is with his personality is openness his love of his audiences love for what he did his intelligence his wit his genuine interest fascination with politics and his uncanny i would say unparalleled insight into politics as he used to talk about Laughingly being able to see the stitches on the fastball. Well that is a great metaphor. He could see the stitches on a fastball. Maybe i should add to this that so many people who don't get it they just don't get it and these are not the ones who ended up being as fans are the people think he was full of himself. He was a megalomaniac that he was a narcissist because he would brag all the time. That was all stick. Don't get me wrong. He knew he was talented but winning was talking about his talent. It wasn't to brag. It was just to be over the top ridiculous and just to be a performer. In it stuck those kinds of things and people that understood rush understood that he was saying these things tongue-in-cheek even though at the same time he did no he was very talented but that wasn't the reason he was saying he was saying just for blaster. And just we but he didn't. Here's what bothers me. He never said other than when he was joking and putting people on for a a routine he always said what he believes. So you read these stories. and they say he's bombast he widened bombastic. And that's another thing by the way he might have started off being a little bigger than life. But as as he has his show evolved in these later years they talked about him being mean if you ever heard him be mean to a caller. It's the most unfair thing in this crap about him. Being a racist. I i just i just it blows my mind. He was the tip of the spear he took the arrows for all of the rest of us and for the country and people now are taking some of the heat. He took it before all the rest of us and he had no one defending. I mean we all try to defend him. There was no mechanism to defend him and he was the toughest guy i've ever seen not just in the way he fought cancer and bounced back and power through that last year but his whole career could be death and be a radio host and overcame that he overcame addiction. He overcame all the obstacles that were placed in front of him and all the hate from media matters and the rest any powered through bigger than everyone of them to be the most successful person that i've ever met in my life and that everyone least on our side ended up loving. And i really really proud of him and really miss him. David thank you me too and david. I'm happy you shared and the and and those people that are listening to our podcast series. Got chance to know a little bit more about you. Two and aside from all of the other accomplishments as an author as a columnist and as a great guy. You are one of the nicest. Most incredible men i've ever met it runs in the family. Thank you so are you just saw. I don't wanna firm everything you say and come across conceited. i don't think i'm in. This isn't false modesty. I been so blessed. I don't think i'm particularly gifted in any of those areas. That i've done but i. I hope that i've done as well as i could do. In the With the opportunities that i was given. It's an honor to represent the people. I've represented that i will repeat. None of that would have been possible without rash. I wouldn't have had the confidence to do at norwood. I've had the opportunity. And the fact that i have the fact that he wanted me to and open doors for me and tried to get me to and to encourage me in my career both careers writing in law shows. What kind of selfless person. He was just another aspect of hisself the selflessness and brotherly love so thank you for the compliment. But i i realized tell if i had not had the these boosts in these opportunities that would never have happened. I'm just grateful for everything that has happened. And thank you for your kind words on that right. David thank you so much. we'll talk. Women love you david. Thank you so much. Thank you you too have you too. So have no fear. My brother noted columnist attorney broadcast agent. Audio-video expert sent me a little note last night. And said are you. Okay are how are you holding up. I said what because it was about nine thirty eight and well all this demonization. I said what demonization. I haven't seen any tonight. Oh it's all over the place as well. I haven't had the television on doing other things. God loving i little brother david listening to episode four my very special thanks to russia's brother david now on our next episode. You're not gonna wanna miss this. It was a very special moment in the life of not only rush but rushes fans the night rush was awarded the medal of freedom by president. Trump sean hannity joins me to discuss that night. On our next episode was a night that surprised all of us including russia himself. Rush limbaugh the man behind the golden. Eib microphone is produced by chris. Kelly and filled tower the best producers in america production assistance. mike mamone and the executive producers. 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BONUS BONUS - Rush Limbaugh: The Man Behind the Golden EIB Microphone - Thats My Brother

"Welcome to episode for of rush. Limbaugh the man behind the golden. Eib microphone heard episodes one through three. You can always go back. And listen to those exclusive stories from people who knew rush on and off the air including dawn and brian who will with rush and me in the ib southern command studio everyday for more than twenty years. But today we have a very special episode for you. We have a chance to hear from russia's brother david limbaugh now. I've known david for a very long time. Decades and david nye our friends and i won't say something about david and this is very touching to me and is something that i will always remember when the the day that day. That rush gave us the bad news about his diagnosis. It was a very tough thing. I got a call Before the show ended that day from david. And david said james. I'm just calling to see whether you're all right. We're all worried about you. Because you know how much you love rush. Of course i broke down and of course you know. David was was just as emotional as david. Ken be under those kind of circumstances. We were all just on the edge. And that's who david is and and that's this family is. I knew wash and david's mom. Millie and i hung out with millie. And i rocked david's one of david's daughters to sleep while we will all traveling somewhere with rush to two on one of our great traveling adventures. I don't even remember where we were going. But i just remember hanging out with them. You hear this expression the salt of the earth. The limbaugh family. I've met so many of them. These people are the people that you would want to be your neighbors. They had the people you would want to be your friend. These are the people that you would want to be your family and you'd be grateful if you were in their family. Not only do they love this country. Not only do they love their family. They loved their friends and they create an incredibly loving environment and it is so easy for me see where rush came from by knowing his family. Whether you listen every day you are at the eib network and the rush limbaugh program heard on over six hundred great radio station or every now and then nation's leading radio talk show. The most eagerly anticipated program in mary's stories. You've never heard from the people behind the scenes who him best and loved him. Most worked with more having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have rush limbaugh the man behind the golden eib microphone hosted by james golden girl. Hey james golden here. You know what. It's time that you treat yourself to a little bit of luxury. You know the company. It's my pillow but what you may not know is that my pillow makes more than just the incredible pillows that have captivated america. They make sheets and these aren't just any sheets. These sheets are smooth. 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Yeah i it is really Very hard to believe i am. And it's tough and i kind of compartmentalize sometimes in deal with that way. But i was very surprised the way it hit. I mean we expected him. We knew it was going to happen. But i didn't think it was eminent. And then when catherine called and said he'd really taken a turn for the worst my heart sunk and then it was downhill from that point. So yeah i was kinda shocked even though we had been well prepared for it. So david i want to go back with you today. To the beginning of david the younger brother. I wanna know what life was. Like in the limbaugh household i have. I have had the wonderful opportunity of meeting your mom. I never met your dad. But i met your mom. And she was such a wonderful and delightful person she had sparkling blue eyes. She would send me music. I don't know whether you know that or not. She would send me cassettes with musical. Yeah yeah she wanted me to heal. She had an infectious laugh. She was just such wonderful person. What was it like growing up in your house. Well my mom and dad were both unique characters in their own right very different My dad was As i said in that tribute i wrote to rush. She was a lawyer's lawyer and brilliant and he was pretty serious most of the time and had a worst bark than his bite He he was tender at heart but people sometimes people thought he was grasped. The truth is he was. He was really good too but he disciplined us. Don't get me wrong and my mom was just a cut up. She was a comedian and always funny and happy and everybody loved her and everybody will have my dad. To don't wrong people would come over. This was the interesting thing they come over to our house when we were kids in high school in people would our friends would sit around in the living room and just listened to my dad pontificate about politics religion politics in so it is gratifying to me to see rush in his career. Put together both of the the best attributes of my parents and turn it into the most successful radio show in american history. So that's really cool to me. I see both my parents. Inrush the best about the both of them. And your granddad was still the rush. Had granddad on the air. Your granddad lived out to be over one hundred years old and he was active. He was still practicing all right when you were coming. Oh yeah. I joined the firm in one thousand. Nine hundred. Seventy eight and my grandfather was still there. The patriarch my dad was there. My uncle was there my cousin stave so a lot of limbaugh there. At the time in fact our cousin john started out there too so it was very limbaugh heavy and there were some non limbaugh's there too and my grandfather continued until probably nineteen ninety three or four when he was almost one hundred four he died at one hundred and four but he practice law almost until the very end. My dad died four or five years earlier than my grandfather so my grandfather outlived him and But my grandfather was amazing in terms of how vibrant he was and how brilliant he was still at an very old age while okay. So you kids. What did i look at my childhood. And i contrast it to what i see kids going today and i am so grateful to god that i had what i consider to be. A normal childhood. You know went to church winter school. You know two parents in the home you know. We did things that most middle class families dead you know. You go to the church picnics. You do you know. I was a little mischievous in school and once in a while and and but it was normal. What was your childhood like. This sounds like a leading question based on information you may have been supplied to you about our past. And i don't know whether or not invoked the fifth or at this point. I need to know what your intentions are. Millions are you with the fbi. Was it by david. That's all my intentions. You you in russia brothers. You're not that far apart in age. Now he's two years older than i am. He was two years older than i am and up. We were mischievous kids. I mean if i told some of these stories i wonder if the statute of limitations is still open on a few of the felonies we committed. I mean we were. We were really bad on prank phone calls. I mean it was pretty much harmless staff and we are creative. As i think i saw one of these steve martin movies are i can't remember the name of it. It one of his daughters who has missed us called it. A dark gift was. She had nothing on us. We we were gifted. We had dark gift for mischief and we pulled pranks on people all the time sinn. We sent cavs to people's houses that that didn't order. We ordered pizzas than cinta cab. For the pizza to pick up the pieces and take the people's house. We ordered cavs for residence addresses that were non existent. And then we're we're sitting in the houses by the these non existent residents watch these camp. Guy's perplex intro terribly. Mean in retrospect. But you know we. We had Slowly formed conscience conscious at the time. So that's my only excuse but we. We had a lot of fun. What was your favorite one. If you had to pick a favorite to there was i. i wonder. I hope no one's still around that. That would have been a victim of this. But we had a know your bible contest and no your american history contests so we call people randomly out of the phone book and ask them Certain totally easy questions than they answer them. Get them right and so we. We told them they'd win. Prize money so we sit cabs to pick them up and take them to a certain hotel in town to pick up their prize money. Now keep in mind that there was no contest. There was no prize money. The cab people weren't in on it. So i mean it was. It was pathetic how bad we were. But did you ever get busted not for that. We got vested. I got taken a jail on. Halloween for throwing balloons. At people's cars was was not part of that misdemeanor but We were kids. We were walking around and we and we didn't hurt anything we met we got. We got taken to the police station but no we just. We had a lot of fun doing crazy stuff but most of it was not miss. If i just say that because rest was so tickled about it talking about those things we did. In later years arrest was very interested in baseball and pursued pitching and and that he was a good batter in in very good pitcher. Yep now when you look back on it. Did you get any hints did you. Did you notice anything. Because russia's talked before about when he started to call games right at on using the the tv turning the sound down on the tv and calling a baseball game or the the the carville troy. Where radio did you. Was that like khan. Were you conscious that something was going on there or was it just kind of. He's you know well. He was We lived on sunset. Four twelve sunset in cape girardeau missouri. And i specifically remember that toy at that address and it would you could broadcast on the. Am radio waves within the confines of your home in so my mom and i would listen to rush broadcast either as a dj spinning records and and giving his little commentary as he went or announcing a baseball games as he watched it on tv and turning down dizzy dean or Whoever the the baseball announcer was at the time. So yes and. I think your question is did. We recognize his talent at that time. When we were just really young we probably recognize most his enthusiasm for his devotion to it but when we moved over to the other house and he was fifteen he went to dallas to take to get his radio license. I don't know the technical term those see license. Yes and then he then. He became a radio disc jockey on the local station. He was really really talented especially for his age and people started noticing how gifted he was. We we did some tapes. Kind of mehta an audio movie and they. It was just totally creative and hilarious and rash. Rescue do voices. He was a mimic. He was an impression at the first moment. That trump does anything that is the unraveling of obama obama is going to be on. Tv glittered exclusive trump. trump's about destroy obamacare sometimes stage like. There's i wish i weren't married. Did i say what i really think. I don't mean that negatively. I'm happy wink wink. Not so what does my voice sound like. You sound like stephen hawking or something like a union thug. That's really chipped me. And if i don't say the right thing here i might be some trouble. Exactly right A know that the people think he'd 'cause the ways and people think people are brilliant because the way they speak they say A lot because that's how you make people think thinking when you're talking an So yeah. I weren't married to her call as you know in each episode we've been sharing the biographical journey of russia's life chapter by chapter narrated by some of russia's colleagues and closest friends today. Well this guy needs no introduction longtime listening to rush knew him as f. lee levin today. He's a huge da. In his own right radio broadcaster mark levin the life of rush limbaugh chapter four narrated by mark levin by being fired from his first three jobs in radio. Jeff christie aka rush. Limbaugh didn't stay down for long worked aggressively to return to the airwaves. And by one thousand. Nine hundred seventy five landed the afternoon. Show a top forty k. u. d. l. and kansas city. Rushes time at ku dl was short-lived barely. Two years before he was let go the first time in his life russia had become disenchanted with radio after serious thought. He chose to temporarily walk away from his dreams of a successful radio. Career in nineteen seventy-nine rush set a new career course major league baseball. I remember my father. When i when i quit. Radio was the happiest ever was my quit. Radio h twenty eight. Because i figured it burned out that was playing records on what is in mean i mean. Where's that going to take you on. I got that job with the kansas city royals making thirteen thousand dollars. He was happier than he had ever been. Russia's four years with the royals were successful and led to a lifelong friendship with hall of famer. George brett after baseball rush returned to radio. Nineteen eighty-three as the afternoon. News and sports anchor at kabc candidacy radio first time in. His career used his given name on the airwaves. Rush limbaugh but even boasted to his general manager quote so lamb matter of time before you're going to fire me. Russia's prediction became as reality after less than a year at camby's easy he was out by nineteen eighty-four rush replaced morton downey junior and mid days on kfi k. and sacramento haffey k. Was a perfect fit for rush. He was soon dominating the market and his time sly finally got to do a radio. Show the way. I wanted to do it. The things that i cared about the things. I thought people would listen to and it was basically just sharing my passions. I love sharing my passions. I come up with things or passion. I want everybody to know about experience. I want everybody to agree. And it finally all came together for me in sacramento california after three years of ratings success in sacramento rush left. Kfi k. To become part of ed mclaughlin slowly formed e. f. m. media network still his departure from kfc k. Was bitter sweet. I'm just a guy on the radio when i started this thirty years ago. I never envisioned any of this happening. What i wanted to become was the best radio guy in the country. I had this great opportunity. I could be me. I could be honest. I could talk about whatever. I wanted to talk about and there was. Nobody did tell me. I couldn't and i have folks i have to tell you. It is the greatest blessing that i've ever had to have the opportunity i do. Each and every day born from the tragedy of nine eleven. The tunnel to towers foundation supports our nation's fallen and catastrophically injured service members first responders and their families. Thanks to your generosity. The stand up for betsy. Ross campaign a five million dollar donation was made to the foundation to honor dozens of heroes killed or injured in the line of duty protecting our communities and our freedom that's shocking that's disorienting life-changing enough but then the prospect of losing a home and losing everything else and not knowing where to go next helping to maintain the nest to maintain. The home is one of the great offers of security. That people in these circumstances need. And you've made it all possible. Your help changed lives forever for the better now. I'm asking you to join two towers on their mission to do good for america's eros and their families donate eleven dollars a month at t to t dot org that t the number two t. Dot org rush was a disc jockey at a young age. She's a teenage disc jockey in cape girardeau. Did this lead to him. being popular. was he in the in crowd in school. How did that affect his life. In effect the family's life well rash was never really into school and he was not that social at a young age when he was just a workaholic. He was so in to His radio show that that he worked all the time and he just loved it. And but it's kind of a foreshadowing of what would happen. I mean imagine had having been diagnosed with terminal cancer in his final year. He gets his life energy of course from family and friends but his primary source of energy and motivation to live in my opinion was his love for his audience and and what he did and his job he loved doing what he did and that was the case when he first started out so while he would have been popular he had had his priorities. Been there he mainly just loved to work but he developed some friends in in the class ahead of him a few years later when he was like seventeen and eighteen they. They took a particular interest in wrestling. He was more mature minded than an more serious. I mean he's a comedian wrong. But you know what i mean. He's he's a serious minded person in israel life and so he he's. The guy never wore blue jeans. For example i can never remember him where blue jeans and these guys sought him out these older guys and they ended up becoming really good friends. They were at our house all the time i latched onto them like a little kid but it was fun. Having those guys around so rest was extremely popular with them and they looked up to him. They saw his talent from an early age. But truthfully before that. I think he didn't have as big a social life because he does more into his work and that that you know it's almost like he was a mirror of his younger self from what you're describing. Yes that's so true. And he always stayed true to himself he. He did what he wanted to do. And luckily what he wanted to do was productive and wholesome. I mean he wanted to be on the radio and he wanted to work hard. And and those are all Obviously good values There's been a lot of you. Didn't ask me this but i might as well anticipate at answer. People have said well. Your dad wanted him. He's probably disappointed because he didn't go to college. Didn't become a lawyer. And all that. And my dad like any parent thin wanted us to go to college but he never pressured rush to go into law. My dad was not that well. He just believed that. The best avenue to becoming well rounded for later success was college. You know they they bet it heads about that because rest saw no value in it. He knew he knew his own head. He knew his own heart. He knew he didn't wanna do it. He did it on his own. He did it his way. My dad has been unfairly criticized for pressuring russia. Meal never did never did it. He did want to keep him in school. And i think that was a reasonable thing and even rush would have said later. There's no way my dad could have anticipated. That rush would break all odds and be phenomenally successful not going the conventional route. So i think rush as you say. From from the time he was young until the time he died new his own head and he he was a reflection of of his when he was an older person who's reflection of his younger person but that's simply because he never changed. He always knew what he wanted any went for it. Well i wanna talk to you about your for a few minutes because you just said something about you knew what you wanted to do early on in life too and you wanted to be a lawyer and i also want to a writer because you're an accomplished writer between your writings on the political and cultural scene in america and you're exceptionally gifted books on christianity. You have carved out a real niche for yourself Interesting question i i. I went acknowledged that that regardless of how well i've done i wouldn't have been able to reach the levels. I have which are very modest. Compared to what. Russia did not that. I'm competing it would be foolish. Put myself in competition with him but it would not have been possible. It had restaurant opened those doors now. I was already a lawyer before rash goddess syndicated show and all that so i was doing fine but he opened some doors for me in both my writing profession and my legal profession That were just awesome. The opportunity to work on his radio contract and then watching his success inspired me to want to become a writer. A better writer. And hey my brother's doing it. Maybe i maybe. I come from the same gene pool. Maybe i have enough talent to do a little bit better than i'm doing. So it was inspirational. And he was always supportive of that as i as i also said in the tribute you to answer your specific question that i always know that i wanted to do these things i can give you tangible answers to that as proof that i did one is. I remember in in franklin school. When i was in second grade mrs swank. Our teacher asked us to draw a picture. Of what how we envisioned ourselves. It went working when we grew up. And i drew a picture of a courtroom. I remember that all my life. But i just did and i never deviated from wanting to become a lawyer always wanted to become one until i became one okay. I'm kidding i'm kidding. I enjoyed it. I've enjoyed it. But i but i- glamorized it all the way through. I was one of these weird guys that even like law school. Because i just love the study of law now. The practice of law the general practice of laws hard grind and very stressful and is not as glamorous as you anticipate that it will be but then if you can specialize in you get a better idea of what you're doing then you feel better about it and that's what i would recommend anyone to do so. I knew that. I wanted to be a lawyer from an early age. And you asked me about writing why. I was a fanatic. One hardy boys books. I read all the hardy boys. Books and tom swift was kind of a science. Fiction thing can hold. Rick brandt all these series they can go back and check and i was a fanatical reader of those kinds of books and I was so into that. Those books that i started riding my own books. Also what i call. The book was like seven handwritten pages and i color the cover. I would draw and i had no talent to draw but i so i had like forty five books. Seven page books mystery books and i call them the wright brothers and that was obviously just imitating the hardy boys but so yes from that age. I was probably in second third grade when i did that. That's amazing did you read. nancy drew. No because i thought it would be a little feminine. So no i didn't. I always wondered about it. But i never some of our girlfriends good. I know. I know it was good but you know false pride. Now that i'm a full blown feminist. I probably go back and read them. I read the hardy boyz. The bob seed twins. I would read from all of that stuff. Tom swift the tom with books were excellent. Yeah the whole series. Yes oh i got. I got an interesting tidbit about my dad to show you i. I don't know why. When when i became an adult i thought back on this story And and what it says about my dad. My dad was just a he was. He was a voracious reader. I get distracted and it takes me longer. Rush is like my dad. He was a steel trap. And i'm not cut myself down. I'm just saying the rash had my dad's ability to read fast and to comprehend one time. When i was into the i think i think it was tom. Swift's first book like the rocket ship to the moon or something like that. By the way there to tom swift series one when my grandfather was a theater and then when we were kid are mainly my dad was but i was so enthused about the book when i was reading it i asked my dad if he would read it and then talk to me about it now had i one of my kids asked me to. To rein in my. Add and rate a kids book. At that time i would have faked that somehow. But my dad i i don't i i got up in the middle of the night. One time i walked down the stairs and i walked into the living room where he sat in his rocking chair. And he always had a card table with ron and he was reading in the middle of the night he was reading that book and so he actually read the book and that with that in later years that has been very touching to me to think about that while my my dad was in world war two flew p. Fifty one's twenty five in the china. Burma what they call the china burma theater and a good friend of yours was also in the same place and and it wouldn't talk about my brother i would ask you know we'd watch a war movie kids. Mtv was it like wouldn't tell us simply would not talk about it. Nonetheless jump ahead. Russia's had went through a series of jobs but the big success had eluded him. He'd been fired a few times he you know and i'm sure that those were no one likes to get fired so i'm sure he had to go through some grief with all of that. At one point he left radio to work with the kansas city. Royals and do you remember anything about those periods. You're off doing law. You guys are grown. Now you're often two different directions. Were you still in touch with each other. What was that like. I think what you're getting at is is inquiring about the his professional growing pains. And i would say yes. He definitely had him. He knew again. He wanted to be in radio but is one thing to say. He wanted to be in radio any new. That's where he belonged and another to believe that it would end up happening. Because you can think you're the best person ever lived at a certain profession or skill and still not have the circumstances in life develop immaterial is to enable you to actualize your potential and so i think Through a series of firings and obstacles. He was getting pretty discouraged. He was not a person to adapt again goes back. He's never really changed. He always wanted to be who he wanted to be. And that is a commentator. At the time there wasn't there weren't really even talk shows not just political talk shows. There just weren't any talk shows that i remember but rush always wanted to comment so when he when he did when he spent spun records for these shows he would always come. It was funny and he was talented but that was not his job description so these program directors invariably got irritated with him and told him to it down that was not what you're supposed to do and invariably he would disobey because that he knew that's where that's where his destiny was not because he was intrinsically in subordinate. That's not why he got fired. He got fired because he just did what he thought he was born to do. Not that he thought through this philosophically but he kind of just did what he did when he'd get fired a few times then he talked to my dad and mom okay. Let's go the conventional route. So he worked for the royals. And i think he enjoyed it. Okay but he's mostly board. He was director of group sales and he sold tickets and he was really good at what he did but there was just not for him and so he was just looking for a way out. Then he'd get he get opportunities and he would go and get fired again until he was. And you've heard this story wasn't until he went to sacramento that some program director finally let him be himself and then he just flourished like a rocket ship. It was explosive. I went out there to to sacramento to see rush and he took me to alliance club luncheon that he was the invited speaker because he was already a big celebrity in sacramento and i had no idea i had no idea. He was a celebrity really. Because he didn't brag about it he just he just did what he did. I think he might have taken me there with the hidden purpose of let me see. Just how talented was and i went there. And i'm sitting there i. I don't think i've ever heard a better speaker in my life. Wow i'm blown away by my own but when we were growing up we didn't do a lot of talking. We did a lot of listening. My dad was the talker in. So i didn't particularly know that rush was as a talkative as he was capable of being when he got on the air and i think this is true a lot of celebrities they say johnny carson was a little bit shine. His personal life rush wasn't shy but he wasn't a real talkative person. I mean he was one on one but he wasn't guy guy that would just be life of the party and entertain people but when when he got on the air he lit up as you know when i was with him at that. Lions club luncheon. My jaw was dropping at how talented he what. It's not that. I didn't know he was smart. I just hadn't seen that side of him and it's funny. Because i saw that side of the rest of his lights after that so david. Now let's jump to new york and the next thing you know he's becoming a household name. Were you surprised by any of this. What was the reaction inside your family. Your extended family as well as you know The family well. I think and i remember. This could be off by one or two but i think rest started with fifty six stations. That's why the sheer talent Is what led to the explosion of the number of stations and within a matter of years. I don't know how many years he was up to six hundred stations and he held them for rest of his career. My mom i will say. My mom was always his biggest supporter and she was so thrilled with with this success. She always knew how talented he was. And it was just extremely gratifying for her to see it. My dad was more of a skeptic because he my dad i think had this preconceived notion that to succeed you had to go through the traditional rap college and all that and he he was slow to realize that rash had broken through but once rush did break through. My dad was blown away. I'm not saying my dad wasn't a big supporter of rush. But he wasn't as predisposed to it happening the way it happened. And i remember and you might have heard this story a read in various biographies of rash or my mom and dad are sitting around while rashes being interviewed by. Ted koppel on the what was not the ten. What do you call lying your nightline and he rushed made. Some profound articulate response to something. Ted koppel asked him and rash turned my my damn ration. I always call my dad. Affectionately rush so rush. Our dad turned to each other not to him. Wouldn't dare do so he. He turned to my mom milly. Where does he get this in other words. Can you believe how talented he is. And my mom turned him says will use silly and the and the answer was of course that he got it from both. But but it was my way of my. It was my dad's way of rhetorically. Affirming just how great rush was and that was just a cool turning point. I think and i'm glad rush. Got a chance to actually know that you know yes and and to understand that that his parents knew both of them and and these tended family to new this talent. How was it for you because all of a sudden here you are your brothers famous. It's famous a double edged sword. It's not just the good stuff. It's all the horrible stuff that comes along with being famous and that stuff impacts the family to what was it like well. It's interesting i when he was in sacramento. And i'm just a a general practitioner of law. He asked me to review. his contract. is radio contract well. I didn't know anything about radio on drugs and he wanted to trust me enough to do it. Even though i had no expertise senate and when he did his when he was asked to do a syndicated show. He asked me to do the contract. While i had no clue about the business aspects of of syndication. But i remember. I think i spent twelve hours preparing that contract to submit to add mclaughlin and his lawyer. His lawyer is our howard. Abraham's really good guy and new york lawyer i hadn't dealt with any new york lawyers and prepared that contract and and so that was really cool. Rush brought me. And i was a little intimidated a little nervous but i will tell you in terms of how it affected. His fame affected me multifaceted. But one one thing. I remember i was so excited when he finally inaugurated his national show out of new york. And he i. I remember te driving in town. I went went out in my car. Listen to the radio. And when i was so excited when he came on. I got goosebumps to me. I'm nobody was with. That's my brother. I said that is so cool. And so i was ecstatic about a success. So proud of what he had done and what he was doing. And i thought wow you know and i even said ed mclaughlin. I said there's no reason. And just what answered. There's it's there's no reason what he did in sacramento won't translate to the rest of the country. There's no way it won't. I was convinced once. I heard him. In sacramento. I knew and so i was. I was so supercharged with that. Now that's the upside to to it. The negative a negative side of this a potential negative side in what he did was very controversial on politics. Well i happen to believe exactly like he blazed politically and so anytime anybody would would give him grief over that. I was just defensive protective on his behalf and if they would go after him i would. I would be very upset about it but it never bothered me and says oh. This is going to hurt our reputation. Our family's reputation because he's controversial now. I was totally proud of what he was doing. Because i think he was making a difference and mainstreaming conservative thought. I mean bill. Buckley of course is the father of the modern conservative movement. I'm not talking about russell kirk. And all these electoral people. But buckley brought it brought the conservative movement to the forefront and then rush brought it to the mainstream in what he did but the downside to me seeing him be savagely attacked and scapegoated. That deeply bothered me through the years personally. And that's where he that's where he finally just got to do my own thing and i'll do it well. I can't. I can't be all things to all people. Any the ended up being one of those charitable people celebrities or people period in fact that as a as collateral point. He wasn't just charitable with charities. He was so generous with the family with other people with fans He gave gave away so many things he he's been so generous to me and my family and sometimes he would offer stuff so nice that you'd feel guilty and then i finally realized i gotta not make this about me because hits one of his greatest joys is giving things away that he likes himself such as his apple products and so if he wanted to give me four watches. I i can't i- violence okay. Give us one time. You gave me four four apple. This hilarious i mean. It's it's disgraceful. If if you're a non capitalist many gave me four watches. i've put them all on my wrist. This is like a year before he died. Put everyone there are different colors. I took a picture on the senate to him here. I'm wearing all the watches and he just loved he. You saw it. Didn't give you those phones all the time and ipads and watch only yes. Oh yes he was so generous than just and he loved being generous with the people that he loved new system. He was amazing. I often a happy birthday to my brother. Dave when he turns eleven today. No this is the eleven inches burnt sixty five today and he doesn't look a day over. I'm telling you forty so happy birthday. Dave nickname doc. I gave him a brand new iphone. Ten my brother for his birthday about two or three weeks ago. So i wouldn't forget it. David time is dwindling. Down here sadly i wanna ask you one question. What's the one thing about rush as a person that very few people know or people would be surprised to hear about him. Is there anything that comes to mind. I'd have to think about this. I'm never good at these open. Ended questions like that. But i would say. He was not an extrovert in his private life. I was even surprised when i first started seeing him display his talent and how he would light up in front of an audience. I just never saw. I saw glimpses of that when he would perform on the radio and all that. But i had no idea the extent to which he would become not a different person but a more open person. It's an interesting paradox. To me that he he does. He didn't open up to that many people in his private life now a lot of times by the way he would open up to me when we were younger. Have a girl problem. We'd share these issues. What do you think of this. Does she still liked me this so he would open up to me and i'm sure to is real close friends but on the air i think you would agree that he considered his audience intimate and he would tell them his deepest innermost thoughts. And i don't know about you. I think that is so cool. And i think that's one of the things that has made him uniquely popular among his audience that developed the bond and since he's died i have received thousands of communications. E mails twitter Facebook personal letters unbelievable numbers of people who would say who do say. I loved him. I feel a personal void. He was the best friend. I never met now. This sounds like a cliche in less. You read. They're not just saying i love your brother passably. No they're saying. I feel wounded. I feel a hole in my heart that he died it is an active presence centered deep lee abiding love that he generated with millions of people. I mean i remember being in the studio today. A guy called in and tried to explain it all and he ended up. He thinks he ended up in tears and putting us in tears when he said. I just need to hear your voice. I now because it'd become that much of a comfort to just hear his voice and people try to figure out why he was so successful. you did. you just can't put it in a easy definable box. He had so many attributes that went that final product. And i think a lot of it had to do is with his personality is openness his love of his audiences love for what he did his intelligence his wit his genuine interest fascination with politics any his uncanny i would say unparalleled insight into politics as he used to talk about Laughingly being able to see the stitches on the fastball. Well that is a great metaphor. He could see the stitches on a fastball. Maybe i should add to this that so many people who don't get it they just don't get it and these are not the ones who ended up being as fans are the people think he was full of himself. He was a megalomaniac that he was a narcissist because he would brag all the time. That was all stick. Don't get me wrong. He knew he was talented but winning was talking about his talent. It wasn't to brag. It was just to be over the top ridiculous and just to be a performer. In it stuck those kind of things and people that understood rush understood that he was saying these things tongue-in-cheek even though at the same time he did no. He was very talented but that wasn't the reason he was saying he was saying just for blaster. And just we but he didn't. Here's what bothers me. He never said other than when he was joking and putting people on for a a routine he always said what he believes. So you read these stories and they say he's bombast. Knee wasn't bombastic. And that's another thing by the way he might have started off being a little bigger than life. But as as he has his show evolved in these later years if they talked about him being mean if you ever heard him be mean to a caller. It's the most unfair thing in this crap about him. Being a racist. I just i just it blows my mind. He was the tip of the spear he took the arrows for all of the rest of us and for the country and people now are taking some of the heat. He took it before all the rest of us and he had no one defending. I mean we all try to defend him. There was no mechanism to defend him and he was the toughest guy i've ever seen not just in the way he fought cancer and bounced back in power through that last year but his whole career could be death and be a radio host and overcame that he overcame addiction. He overcame all the obstacles that were placed in front of him and all the hate from media matters and the rest any powered through bigger than everyone of them to be the most successful person that i've ever met in my life and that everyone least on our side ended up loving. And i really really proud of him and really miss him. David thank you me too and david. I'm happy you shared and the and and those people that are listening to our podcast series. Got chance to know a little bit more about you. Two and aside from all of the other accomplishments as an author as a columnist and as a great guy. You are one of the nicest. Most incredible men i've ever met it runs in the family. Thank you so are you just saw. I don't wanna firm everything you say and come across conceited. i don't think i'm in. This isn't false modesty. I been so blessed. I don't think i'm particularly gifted in any of those areas. That i've done but i. I hope that i've done as well as i could do. In the With the opportunities that i was given. It's an honor to represent the people. I've represented that i will repeat. None of that would have been possible without rash. I wouldn't have had the confidence to do at norwood. I've had the opportunity. And the fact that i have the fact that he wanted me to and open doors for me and tried to get me to and to encourage me in my career both careers writing in law shows. What kind of selfless person. He was just another aspect of hisself the selflessness and brotherly love so thank you for the compliment. But i i realized if i had not had the these boosts in these opportunities that would never have happened. I'm just grateful for everything that has happened. And thank you for your kind words on that right. David thank you so much. We'll talk women love you. David thank you so much. Thank you you too have you too. So have no fear. My brother noted columnist attorney broadcast agent. Audio-video expert sent me a little note last night. And said are you. Okay are how are you holding up. I said what because it was about nine thirty eight and well all this demonization. I what demonization. I haven't seen any tonight. Oh it's all over the place as well. I haven't had the television on doing other things. God loving i little brother david listening to episode four my very special thanks to russia's brother david now on our next episode. You're not gonna wanna miss this. It was a very special moment in the life of not only rush but rushes fans the night rush was awarded the medal of freedom by president. Trump sean hannity joins me to discuss that night. On our next episode was a night that surprised all of us including russia himself. Rush limbaugh the man behind the golden. Eib microphone is produced by chris. Kelly and filled tower the best producers in america production assistance. mike mamone and the executive producers. 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#EERS S8 Ep182: Purity Politics on the Right

The Erick Erickson Show

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#EERS S8 Ep182: Purity Politics on the Right

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These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent vent any disease. Good Morning. Welcome it is Eric Erickson here across the state of Georgia bottom of the hour. My Buddy David limbaugh coming by and yes he he actually is a friend and we're GONNA talk about his new book. Guilty by reason of insanity why the Democrats must not win new book out. I also want to talk to him about Jesus Risen. You Know David. David has written a number of religious books Want to talk to him about those as well. The phone number is going to be a part of the program today. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five across the state of Georgia this morning. It is rather chilly. it is let's see An an then. I should have done this little while ago. Should've as it updates yes Clarksville Rolm Blue Ridge. All in the mid Forties Adair's Ville in the mid forties. I you have to get down in south Georgia for it to get above the forties of ideally Valdosta Eastman Douglas all above fifty degrees right. Now it's going to be a chilly chilly week. Here a check with your local weather forecast. The state as this cold front really pushes through later this week. I mean I I in making. We're looking at the mid twenties for overnight lows around Wednesday KNSD. It's going to be chilly throughout the state Right now I want to discuss Nikki. Haley She is making lots of news now. I need to give you some full disclosure here. And he's actually a longtime friend of mine in fact just on the other side of the door that you cannot see if you're watching the stream. Oh by is way so I figured out how to do. The the live stream of the show on facebook youtube twitter and linked in which I didn't even know it was the thing All at the same time so you can watch their but you should be listening to your local radio station on the other side of my studio door is a plant Several years ago I wound up in the hospital for two weeks Rear very really nearly early died and Nicki and her husband sent me a very nice plant and it is one of the plants have managed to not kill. It is very resilient very much like Nikki Haley herself. I have known her Michael. For Gosh a decade or more win over in fact when Sarah Palin endorsed doorstop got to announce them on the stage of the Capitol Steps in South Carolina when she was running for Governor a decade ago. Just she's a good friend very much liker. Ker and my kids adore her and she is under all sorts of attack today. For statement she made to the media about the president the phone call with Ukraine and what others within the administration tried to get her to do. I I WANNA play this for you. Oh and then we need to discuss the implications here because there are implications larger than Nikki. Haley in all of this and then the secretary of State State Tillerson went on to tell you the reason he resisted. The president's decisions was because if he didn't people would die. You memorialize that conversation at definitely happened. It absolutely happened and instead of saying that to me they should have been saying that to the president. Not asking me to join them on their sidebar plan. Dan It should have been go. Tell the president what your differences are and quit if you don't like what he's doing but to undermine president is really a very very dangerous thing and it goes against the constitution and it goes against what the American people want and it was was offensive. That was her allegation that John on Killian H. R. McMaster wanted her to undermine the president's agenda. But anyway I gotta say just as an aside. This does give some. I Ah gives some evidence that the whistle blower had a perspective within the national security apparatus that The the what are the claims that the anonymous writer who worked or works within the White House is going to make is that the twenty Fifth Amendment was an option that there was pressure on Mike Pence. That people really believe Mike Pence was going to do it. This sounds like someone who lived in the world of the national security apparatus with inside the White House The HR McMaster. John Kelly world. Who really did try to throw out the president Through it through an internal twenty minute process process but what that also suggests though given Nikki Haley's reaction there and she's willing to come out in the book and say this and by the way thus far the McMaster and McMaster and Kelly have not come out and said anything but We we can expect a vigorous denial from them I if if they wanted tonight I don't know but what really has people upset this morning. Is this From Nikki Haley. Really do you think ultimately the president will be impeached and removed from office. No on what you're GONNA impeach the president for asking for a favor that didn't happen and giving money and it wasn't withheld. I don't know what you would impeach him on. Look at Norah. Impeachment is like the death penalty for a public official. When you look at the transcript? There's nothing in that. Transcript that warrants the death penalty for the president and I think that to be clear it was not a complete transcript. There's still things that are missing from it and in that he does say I would like you to do us a favor. Though the Ukrainians never did the investigation and the president release the funds. I mean when you look at those. There's just nothing impeachable there and more than that. I think the the biggest thing that bothers me is the American people should decide this. Why do we have a bunch of people in Congress making this decision? What do we have a bunch of people in Congress? Making this decision Asian. There is a lot of anger about that this morning regarding Nikki Haley. I got to tell you. The the pundits are savaging Nikki. Haley particularly right of center pundits. Who Do not like Donald? Trump are really upset with Nikki Taylor this morning but it's not just them and and you need to know it's not just them it is also right of center pundits Indi- and the twitter Ati who loved Donald Trump and and resent Nikki Haley because she wasn't on board in the primary it. It is a no win situation for people. Like Nikki. Haley win the pundits one thirty eight so I find myself if you know anything about me let let me let me give you a little bit of background here because I realize I've only been on air with Most of you for a few months Back in two thousand four. Some friends of mine started red. STATE DOT com. They brought brought me on board. It was red state DOT org. WE CHANGE IT TO RED STATE DOT com. I took over the helm of red state very early on. We grew it into the most influential right of center blog log. On Capitol Hill. Everybody read us The Bush administration would come in and push back and and over the years. I helped run a number of insurgent campaigns for office this through the pages of red state pushing candidates for example. Mike Lee Marco Rubio Ted Cruz Nikki. Haley Rand Paul and others and I have always been savage including internally by the parent company that Red State always savaged by people for being all about purity. I was to pure and it wasn't an issue Levine. To pure in my mind it was an issue of getting these guys to keep their promises. They say they're the party of smaller government. They should be the party smaller government. So I as the the guy who for years have been savage including by folks from close to Mitch McConnell. He and I have a love hate relationship. We love to hate each other. I've been savage for years for a purely by a lot of people in politics. In here I find myself laughing The purity demanded by the twitter. Ati and I use twitter Roddy specifically because it is people with access to twitter. Who are complaining about Nikki? Haley I want to give you a snapshot of this. In fact he easy to access for yourself so you can see it all for yourself at The resurgent Dot Com. I left red state. A few years ago started the resurgent a and I put a piece. It's got a screen shot of two Separate tweets one from someone on the right who loves Donald Trump one from someone on the right who hates Donald Trump. And they're both talking about Nikki Haley The the first tweet is rich higgins. He worked inside the White House for a while. someone says my apologies but please Do share why you have such animus for Nikki Haley and he replies Afghanistan Syria Iran Venezuela Korea Immigration and on and on she is not Maga- and then Marshall Power Lock. WHO also he? He is is right of center but does not like the president he would be. I guess you'd classify never trump He says as William Rusher said politicians will always disappoint you. Yes Nikki. Haley has done damage to reputation. She is from the quicker crooked timber of humanity after all. I don't know if she's being too clever to dumb right now. She no longer has the benefit of my doubt. She can't win the situation. If Nikki Haley were to come out you like president trump president trump is the only thing standing between you and Elizabeth Warren Right. Now Nikki. Haley were to come out and say what he did was wrong. He should be impeach. What what do you think would happen? One she would be marginalized for the rest of her life she would not be on the forefront you would Bernard L. Metaphorically speaking You would do that because you liked president trump and she betrayed him if you don't like president the trump if you don't like president trump and you hear Nikki Haley you WanNa burn her down because you think she should have been clear And that's a problem because sticky alias. got a life in politics Yes I am. I am dodging because I have to text my wife. Something Very Important Nikki. Haley is a politician. Nikki Haley careers. Politics Niki. Healy's career being in politics means that she has to take positions. Sometimes you don't like in order to. Oh keep herself relevant and moving forward in the right direction there will come a time when Donald Trump is term limited from office where he will lose now for those who like Donald Trump if he loses loses. Then there's a problem if donald trump loses than it suggests that no one could beat the left because most people who support Donald Trump believe no one but donald trump could win. I mean this is the the issue with Mike. Pence is not a lot of Republicans come to terms on impeachment because they think if pins gets it pins can't win and those are Donald Trump supporters orders and then there are those who don't like Donald Trump and they want everyone on the right to destroy Donald Trump they want everyone of the right to denounce Donald Trump fringe. Donald trump is going to leave. He's either going to lose twenty twenty or he's going to be term limited in twenty four if he if he wins reelection. Do you know who's not going away. And I'm not talking about Nikki Haley. Do you know who's not going away. Donald Trump's voters are not going away. You know if Donald Trump loses in twenty twenty they may decide. The GIG is up. America's lost time to go moved somewhere else moved Costa Rica something. They're going to drop out of the political process. I do believe a lot of these people. People are going to be burned although many of them nurse such grievances I think they'll think that donald trump was betrayed by everyone. And there'll be a matter in twenty twenty four and if Donald Trump loses in two thousand twenty it'll take they can do twenty twenty eight to find someone who can rebuild the Republican coalition because these people want to burn it all down with Donald Trump. And he'll help on his twitter account undoubtedly but the voters are going to stay so those of you who are mad at Nikki. Haley for saying what she said. And why why do you think ultimately the president will be impeached and removed from office. No on what you're GONNA impeach a president for asking for a favor that didn't happen and giving money and it wasn't with pelt. I don't know what you would. Impeach him on. A look nor impeachment is like the death penalty for a public official. When you look get the transcript? There's nothing in that transcript at warrants the death penalty for the president and I think that to be clear it was not a complete transcript. There's still things that are missing from it and in that he does say I would like you to do us a favor. Though the Ukrainians never did the investigation and the president release the funds. I mean when you look at those. There's just nothing impeachable there at. I'll stop it there. Those of you. Who want the president impeached and are mad at Nikki Haley? Oh you never wanted to the president elected anyway you you. You didn't not only did you. Not want the president elected anyway and by the way I was with you at the time I didn't even elected but I've come to terms with the fact that I got the election wrong. He's done more for me and for conservatives that I thought he would I've got serious issues with his character but given him or or Elizabeth Warren. I'm taking him any day of the week. But you have it in your angry. You're angry people like me for saying you know what I don't particularly care for the guy but Humor the Democrats. I'll go with him in in your upset. You're you're willing to sit on the sidelines. But the problem is that you're willing to take out everyone else's well well and make them sit on the sidelines or they want to or not. You don't WanNa be a part of the fighting. You're pissed off. They're still part of the fight. They're trying to find ways to navigate. Every single American right now is muddling through through. None of us have lived in a political age. Like we're living in right now for you to decide that you are the moral authority who will decide that these politicians say exactly what you want or else. When that means that their career will be over who are you going to have left? Donald Trump has gone donald trump junior eric trump Matt Gaetz to some people look at the world differently from you and decide you know what we got to have some people out there who they're the closest we can get to the old normal. The normal many of us want to go back to but to do that. They still have to maintain. I mean Some allegiance to the president not because of the president because of his voters Nikki Haley. Kit went on the other side. Trump's voters hater because they remember the primary And right after the Election Nikki. Haley said things that they took US criticism of the president and and the cultist out there and there are people in a cult of personality regarding Obama and trump and others but the the people on the trump called day still to this day will not forgive Nikki Haley for criticizing President Trump on the campaign trail and right after he won election this election. Remember after he won Nikki. Haley said things that were critical wild. She was his UN ambassador. She said things that were perceived as critical and these people I believe she is disloyal to him. You believe she's disloyal to the Gusta she can't win and those of you who don't like the president you're making it harder for anyone on the right because there will be those you know who they are within the president's cult of personality who will show grossed anyone when the present leaves they they will immediately go to Donald Trump. Junior they will the question is. Are you going to open a space for people. Well who don't necessarily agree with the president but understand they still need to build a coalition part of his base in it right now. It seems like a lot of you art. That's going to be a problem. That's going to be a serious problem moving forward if you can't let some of these politicians be in you denounce them. Every time they say something that disappoint you. Listen we all got to have a lot more grace these days in politics particularly on the right Those of you particularly who don't mm care for the president to burn them all down and show graced any of them. He's you'RE GONNA have no party none. No one will fit the bill for you accept people who possibly cannot the win coming up at the bottom of the Hour David Limbaugh. We'll be joining me right now though and they will take your phone calls on Nikki. Haley the full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five you know. Democrats are having their own purity test right now lot a lot. A lot of Democrats now starting to come out and say they're unhappy with my Bloomberg now for perspective. This is several weeks into the our candidates suck narrative you had a bunch of people come out and say our candidate suck. We've got to find better. People Might Bloomberg comes out and says. Hey Hey what about me and other I know he sucks to the real billionaire the former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg preparing a a potential run he is the real deal of what trump reports to be. He's probably the most certainly most successful businessman New York. We're GONNA five or ten. Most successful business in the country. Truth is if he stands on a stage with Donald Trump. I think he matches up very well. He's actually a businessman. He's actually a billionaire. He's actually a philanthropist. He's all the things that trump pretends to be in the smoke filled room. You'd say on paper Bloomberg has the right balance of what you want to win. A broad election bumper sticker for Michael Bloomberg is Donald Trump But richer more successful and less offensive. How much money? Let's put it up. That's put it up. Can't get enough of this graphic so we're talking about the war between the billionaires and look at the net worth or clearly a Bloomberg is a lot richer than president trump is those billions as we know Donald Trump has pride himself on what he views as his business acumen. His his business success being a wealthy man. Well that's something that Michael Bloomberg clearly brings to the table. It really could pose a threat to trump who is not likely to be happy. There's another billionaire. Real billionaire on the scene. Look I think that for the president on a bunch of different levels that scare in general election the chances of a brokered convention have have increased if Bloomberg is serious about this trump is the ultimate charlatan is the ultimate fake. He can peel that emperor's clothes off trump just about better than anybody. I think this this is huge huge news and I do think he's electable candidate. That was the media coverage right when Bloomberg. It's in well the democratic handlers. He's got to all of these members of the press and the Democrats who were fawning over Bloomberg. Listen to this back now with N. Gain. I WANNA play here. Welcome that Michael Bloomberg got from his fellow primary opponents. Let's just say it wasn't very warm tickling different show someone that can just come in and walked down checks and I think he organised. We're GONNA see through and I think that our elections cannot be something there by billionaire spokesman. I say Michael Bloomberg and in other billionaires sorry by this selection. They're coming out swinging on him. They're not happy. That's just a absolutely hilarious to watch the total meltdown of the Democrats right now And the media's now turning on Bloomberg as well they're actually headlines in the New York Times and politico today that voters don't seem excited by Michael Bloomberg. He's only been for three days when we come back. David Limbaugh joins me to talk about his new book. Well said David was going to be joining me. He has not yet cold in He's calling into us so we are awaiting him calling in Until then I will move onto other things and in fact I want to spend a little more time on the Bloomberg issue here is the Democrats McGrath continued their great meltdown. David Ignatius also on meet the press over the weekend. Let let me play you one more time this clip that I played on the way out. meet the press us It's Chuck Todd comes back game I WANNA play here. Welcome that Michael Bloomberg got from his fellow primary opponents. Let's just say it wasn't very warm tickle different show someone can just come in and down checks by I think T- Bergonzi through and I think that our elections should not be something bought brought my billionaire spokesman. I we say Michael Bloomberg and other billionaires. Sorry Ain't good up by this this election. Yeah they're all after him just to respond here. Let me play the response of ALCINDOR indoor on meet the press to Chuck Todd after playing that you get a sense of where the Democrats were the. Progressives are edit arrestingly both Joe Biden. Buddha judge didn't have harsh sure reactions to that. The way other candidates did especially for progressive candidates. deysi Michael Bloomberg's money as the number one Achilles Gillies Hill that he has the problem is of course that all of that money means that he can also in some ways by ads really to become competitive now. He is obviously very very very late. But I had someone say to me look. It's not like Michelle Obama got into the race. It's not a it's GonNa shift completely everything that's happening but remember that president trump. Even though he was at that time a front runner he skipped debate and continue should still have momentum. And that's the message that I think people around Bloomberg are saying that even though he's late he could probably still have a chance. Yeah yes A. He may still have a chance. He's going to find saying that. The Democrats suddenly turned his success into a liability. You know the there is one thing. We should note about Mike Bloomberg getting into the race. He's never actually run as a Democrat in effort Rudy Giuliani. He ran as a Republican The Democrat fuel was crowded and so he ran up off the field as a Republican and he's never had a bunch of challenges and increasingly the Democrats Ellison Might Bloomberg is of the left. He's a gun control zealot who wanted to restrict people's lives in New York City and wants to around the country as well but even him for all his progressiveness. He's not as insane as so many of the the other Democrats that is a perfect segue actually As David Limbaugh joins me here on the irksome. David how are you. Eric how are you. Thanks for having me on absolutely. I'm I'm excited to talk to you about this and I'm going to totally ambush about some of your other books to just pull disclosure here out of the gate. Your new book is out and they sent the copy just so you know. They sent a review copy of my office instead of the House and I had been up there in a while so I had to go by my own copy of your book. Sorry about Eh no no no no no. I'm always glad to buy in fact you sent me one of your books and I went out and bought a copy and then wound up buying copies for everybody for Christmas in my my family are so good so this one guilty by reason of insanity why the Democrats must not win. I love the title by the way. Yeah so let. Let's delve into this. A your case against the Democrats is largely the case. I've been telling people WHO questioned why? I've decided I would support the president. Twenty twenty is he's he's delivered way more than I expected. And the Democrats have lost their minds. Yeah or they're just finally only admitting where they've been for a long time I don't know but yeah they're they're they're so extreme. Objectively extreme on issues of identity identify politics and which includes of course race gender and class and other things the way they are exploiting race we get into that. They're open borders. All almost almost outright open borders if not I let me guess. Backup open borders abortion to on demand through the point of birth and beyond Their outright now socialist many of them I mean the main Democrats mccrash running are openly. So so let's now some like Elizabeth. Warren we'll pretend she's not a socialist than perceived to prove that she's even more social than Bernie Bernie Sanders when you examine her absurd unsustainable fantastical programs and and. They're they're authoritarian. They're intolerant it. It's really it what I've said to people as if they if the Democrats seized control of and it's appropriate term sees in our constitutional republic for their mentality if they seize control of the two political branches in twenty twenty. I don't think our kids will enjoy the same America that you and I grew up with nine. I know I kind of said that all along every election. It's the most important I do. Think every election up to this point has been the most important. But now it's a crescendo. It's a climax. It's serious I don't know that there's much turning back sort of a revolution. If they get control they get substantial control because they don't have any restraints on and they're there they don't see America as we see it. Well you talk in the book about the ANTIFA shock troops that they're using. This reminds me to some degree. Your discussion there of Wilson in the Wilson Administration essentially use thugs to harass and intimidate the press and others and the Democrats have gone full circle to is this with ANTIFA. Yeah and and even if the your friends your democratic friends in my democratic friends would say we don't authorize that th. There's the sewage. And they're they're on. They're all and we don't do that but it's it's that kind of employee they're running Sarah Huckabee Sanders out of the Red Hen Restaurant. They are keeping conservative speaking without any qualms but they they don't have any front. They're they're they're not just doing it through the Agency of government. They're using they're doing in the private. The second the social media giant accumulating so much power have disproportionately in fact. It's not even close since conservatives whether there's twitter facebook Google so it's there it's there. There's a common thread that they are selective in in their liberties and their granting manning of liberties and the private sector so powerful now it's not government but it doesn't give rise to First Amendment protects amendment protecting because you don't have to state accent and so but yet it's still a threat to our liberty and I don't know It's not just antiques. Though it's it's all it's it's a mentality that courses is through their entire culture late night. TV comedy is turned into hate conservative. They're not even funny anymore. Because all they do is paying conservatism. It's obsessive everything is political on the left everything. Well if I could we back in here let me tie it to an earlier earlier. Bulk of yours crimes against liberty. I it was the one about Barack Obama. There there's a very similar thing that is even more amplified now. Almost you can see the Democrats that's having evolved from when you wrote that back in two thousand ten two thousand eleven Eat the government is a tool to use to to silence critics in this this overall threat to liberty. Yeah no bomb it you know. We don't know if he was directly involved with his irs but ministration sick the irs political opponents now think about horrific that is and they don't take anything I don't now you've got The for a long time people were saying with the state is behind the trump thing and then a lot of these people who hate trump on our side would say no. There's no way that that happened and that we're seeing actually. We did have the entire thing with the Russia thing with absolute fabrication. There even molar couldn't come up with with a collusion connection and and yet there's been no accountability shifts said he had objective empirical evidence to show that colluded. And now when when when even Mueller Dot Com refuse or is unable to support it substantiate. He'd just pivots Ukraine. And we can talk about Ukraine's but that's not the point. Is They considered trump walking high crime crime and misdemeanor and they've just been looking for some Scintilla of evidence to support their predetermined conclusion but nobody ever holds them accountable and it is even when I first heard that there was some deep state conspiracy fabricated this this fusion. GPS dossier. I didn't even believe it. Come on that Su good to be true for my perspective. Good to be true and it's true and I and I I really I think some of the people that hate trump even on our side still don't believe there's still a believing the the the precepts is that they had that this is just all made up this is just more of trump counterpunching and making things up but but Devin noon is an honorable man and this this the stuff that he discovered I am and the things that are going on now I I. It's horrific to think about what's going on and how they're trying undermine trump whether you agree with him or not and you know that. That's one of the the issues that I I know you've written about this in the past and in your syndicated columns and your books as well. Oh that it's understandable why conservatives to some degree are are are are grasping in some cases at straws in in other times they're grasping things that turn out to be real and so many people dismiss them up because you can't even trust the media in this to give you the actual truth for example Brian Staedtler at CNN. Still to this day refuses to cover a ABC we see news of the Epstein stuff from last week. Yeah and or Anderson Cooper embedding in his question. Joe Biden Mr By your your son was wrongfully accused of misconduct. Wrongfully accused so tell us about instead of saying your son was accused of. That's what do you you say that that's the kind of by that so flagrant From the media and I and I watched some of these guys like Jake Tapper Jake. Tapper seems like a nice guy and seems James Honorable and and all these people but they're ultimately All in the same barrel and that barrel is an echo chamber that sees conservatism Zuma's evil than conservatives is Evil Eric when when you look at the identity shifting and streaming concert. That's all right when you when you look at The the politics that the left is engaging in and I think the Democratic Party is a wholly owned subsidiary of extreme left now think about miss really about abortion abortion by itself is enough to forever discredit the modern Democratic Party because we're talking murder of millions of people and not just murder. We're talking about the glorification of lighting up buildings peak and shout your voice and but think about their politics six their identity politics their attitude toward race. They tell people and they've convinced people that including minorities in bland that the reason conservatives. The reason trump wants to guard the border not national sovereignty. It is not have an orderly flow of immigration. It's not the teach people come come in in an orderly way to love the country thiessen civics lessons and have them. Assimilating decided to become Patriotic Americans. Notice because we don't like people who don't look like us which by the way is a paraphrase of what Obama always said meaning is is code for. We're racist and the only reason we're doing this because a racist aces. And then you look at the polls and you'll find that overwhelming majority of Democrats believe that Conservatives by virtue of their conservatives are racist this is this is the destructive rhetoric that is torn fabric apart and of course blacks who put their trust by and large politically in the Democratic Credit Party. Here the Democrats saying over and over that we're racist and now they believe it and they also believe that we believe in capitalism and free markets. Because we're greedy. We want to help the rich And we we don't have any concern for the poor so I'd go into deep dives in the bill Glenn Opinions of Capitalism Socialism. The book about identity politics by the way. One other thing Eric. Because you haven't had a chance to read the book but you're familiar with all these concepts gender we the left now wants to believe that gender is a matter of how person identifies not as biology. So it's like in Orwell's nineteen eighty four. Hold up four fingers and tell me it's five and I'm not GonNa let stop until you tell them that's by coercion governmental coercive today. We're doing it to ourselves voluntarily by shaming political correct intimidation. So we're saying a we know that a man is a man and yet he identifies as a woman or as a plural pronoun. You have to say. Would you have to accept that. You have to allow biological men to encroach on women's bathrooms in their sporting events. And we we're supposed to say that that's despair and that's not objectively insane and crazy. I this has nothing to do with the weather. I feel bad for the people that are in this place. It has to do with being forced forced to declare unreality reality. It's it's insane what we're dealing. That's why I call it and saying I think insanity the euphemism for something worse But we won't go there now all right. We got a couple of minutes left by the way folks. I'm talking to David Limbaugh and if you WANNA buy David's book and making it easy for you text the word Data Ada two three three seven seven seven. Get the date on this interview. You will be able to get a link by texting data to three three seven seven seven You'll get an Amazon link. Now David before you get out here the the book that you sent me and I read it and I enjoyed it so much I bought it for a bunch of people for Christmas was your Jesus is Risen Volk. And I'm I'm you and I have talked about this before that that both of us kind of drifted into theology almost as an escape from politics but really deepen faith and it was such that. You're wonderful book. You've written a number of great books on theology out there Y.. Yeah it's interesting well partially because I became name a believer in my adult years probably in my late thirties. I don't know I can't pinpoint and I was so excited. I never. I'd never doubted God existed. But I didn't accept the God of the Bible mainly and I go into this in my first book. Jesus some trial about my spiritual journey mainly because I hadn't given it a chance I haven't ever said the arrogance of as assuming so you can know these things without ever really thought about stuff but I didn't ever give the source book. A trial run. I never read the Bible really and so I was so excited when when I discovered finally like the that the Bible is true the inspired word of God that that all in all fits together all the evil versus the good in the world but man this fall and that we were created in God's image that paradox all these things in that I'm now holding in my hand in the book that was written through human agents by God the God of the Universe is omniscient under the Netherlands. And and I'm going. Wow I get goosebumps. Why don't I start studying it for the last twenty five to thirty years? I've been studying it and I want want to share I've wanted to share with other people What I've discovered not that it's any news so many people but there are a lot of people? Eric that were where I was. They didn't give it a chance that were skeptical that that have problems with Christianity with the with an all loving and omnipotent God allowing suffering in the world I wanted on address all those issues and so I got into this and I wanted to share from Les Perspective Because Pastors. I think some this like if you've never drank before you can't relate to. An alcohol is easily. And if you didn't if you've never been a doubt her you you can't relate as well in some cases to the doubters so I started that way and then then I've gotten so much in the Bible and theology that I wanted to share and make it kind of accessible for Wayman. Well I'm sorry this disjointed and no no that's that's fine I I thoroughly enjoyed. I have read every single one of those books and I have given them as gifts to people largely people who are doubters and I just just. I'm Linda and I'm looking forward to diving into the latest as well. I promise I will read it and and we'll write about it as well but I'm delighted that you're able to join me here this morning. David Eric you've been a great friend. Roy always appreciated your principle stance and I love that. You sent me that the Bible in the without the verses. 'cause I don't know what you call that five of that. What do you call a you know? I honestly I forget the name of it was a kickstarter project and I just love the idea of reading it as it was intended. Yeah that it was so cool and thanks for giving me time on your on your show today and we can catch up. There's so much we can talk about it. I just I I love this but thank you so much. Thank you David Limbaugh limbaugh everyone. You can text. The word dated three three seven seven seven data d ATA Two three three seven seven seven. I'll give you a link back to the Amazon onto David's bulk. If you want to order it the book right now. Out is guilty by reason of insanity why the Democrats must not win and their links to his related books in there including the for Christmas. It was such a a great gift. Jesus is risen was such a good book. You can't take show two three three seven seven you'll that will sign you up for the daily email among other things but if you just WanNa Link to David Limbaugh new book. Guilty by reason of insanity text the word data three three seven seven seven. I've got that keyword set up as we have interviews with candidates. You did send you an alert out learn e getting more date on them you want to get more data on David Limbaugh in his book You can text the word data to three three seven seven seven so you know one of the things. Things that we talked about in our interview was how everything is politicized. These days in the left uses politics so much and there's a lot of disappointment out there on the Amazon Amazon Jack Ryan series which is based on Tom Clancy and they they kind of Made Jack Ryan more awesome than he is. As I mean Joe Jack Ryan is an awesome awesome character in the. Tom Clancy books. If you've never read The the hunt for Red October for example clear and present danger. They were some of the books I grew up with really really good books about CIA analyst Jack Ryan and they've turned him on Amazon into a character and John. Jeff what's his name. I I can't remember anyway Krinsky Grisanti and she chef than general anyway and sees a now full disclosure. I haven't seen the season but I got a lot of friends of mine. Who Love Jack Ryan and they love Tom Clancy and they are bitterly disappointed because the first season was attacked by by people fairly universally on the left is being too conservative oriented and so they double down the season. And you've got a a authoress -Tarian guy in Venezuela and it's Awoke Social Justice Warrior. Who Jack Ryan works with to replace the guy as opposed to in reality? You have a far left socialist quasi-communist in charge of Venezuela. And it's a free marketeers. Who are trying to replace him? Really Lee disappointing. To hear that I will still probably watch it. But the ability to politicize everything is one of my most frustrating frustrating moments. In Fact David and I we've had these conversations in the past a David. Actually you know a lot of people say oh my friend Blah Blah Blah. David actually is a friend. And we've had this conversation in the past where as politics in this country. Got As nasty as it's gotten we've moved more and more towards focusing on faith in in. Frankly I think I I I see so many people of faith gravitating towards politics these days that it's a refreshing thing to see someone like David Limbaugh Russia's brother out there with books light. 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I will send you back by text a leak to David's book on Amazon. So you can in by it and frankly if you used that link it helps support the show as well. didn't charge you. Extra Amazon gives those referral link commission thing so Text dated three three are- seven seven seven. The president was in Atlanta on Friday man. Traffic was bad on Friday. y'All it was horrible. I happened to get there Get to my station in Atlanta ahead to broadcast from there because I had to give a speech to the College Republic Georgia Association Culture Publicans on Friday night and I happen timed it perfectly to be able to get up there for. The motorcade went through but it was horrible and I got off God to the station. Should I had to take back roads to get into the station. I couldn't go peachtree street in Atlanta because traffic was backed up so bad. The president was doing a fundraiser. For David Purdue. The Whitney Hotel L. in Buckhead across from Lenox Mall and then went down to the Georgia World Congress Center. They got a small room. I I can tell you now What I couldn't until you on Friday there was so much embargoed about the event Friday morning when I was on air with you eat that they didn't know how many people were going to show up so they got a small room and fight. The president during his speech apologized for the size of the room. They had to turn people away. There were so many people showed up now. They turned out they turned away. Protesters I But they also turned away people who really did want to be there who really do support the president who were black they. They tried to get as many black supporters of the president in the room. white white supporters standing outside the room. The president wanted eight crowd of Mostly minority faces it. He got it now. I have gotten some extraordinary. They hate mail voicemails to the show for Charlie Villa. or Oh you should have said that. So I'm I'm going to re dress what I said on Friday as I get into the president's remarks You you too can just just deal with it I you've been a Republican politics for a very long time and it is inevitable in Republican circles within the Republican party brings out black supporters. There's borderline eccentricity. The people they like to put on stage and I have enough friends of mine In the black community who look at it as all pudding That they of course have no interest in supporting a Republican in addition to everything else. And you see this this time you know exactly what I'm talking about. It is a level of of eccentric and and when you support someone on the political side and where almost every one of your friends does not There tends to be some level of eccentricity in there perhaps or something else The now that being said this president for all his predecessors I gotTa tell you he did it right when when you looked on stage and the people they brought up on stage it was not the the way Republicans in the past have done where they brought up the people who were all decked out in their cult of personality Auty Garb and and Ryan you had business people you had moms and dads you had people who look like America. You have people who look like members of the white community entity who don't look like They're crazy it was so well done and the president made a case. I wish the president on the campaign trail would do more four of what he did. In Atlanta you had actual business people up there successful members of the community. You had people with with great families. you had individuals. You had MOMS and DADS I. Just this is the. This is a face of the Republican Party that black voters should be able to relate to and he made really good arguments for them. I and I WANNA play this clip for you. This is a long clip. And I'm just going to raise and lower the volume And Start and stop this as I talk over this because this is the sort of stuff that I think. The president needs to do on the campaign trail in general but particularly when focusing on black audiences in this. This is a real play for. It stayed so long. To be honest it almost becomes a habit. It's a habit it's all we vote for. A Democrat knows him talking about. They always vote Democrat. Look if they don't do job you switch you. got a switch and some progress has been made like never before perhaps in such a short period of time but under this this administration all of that has changed. And it's changing even faster. Now we're undoing. The damage inflicted by decades of corrupt Democrat mccray rule and creating a historic tide of new opportunity and prosperity. We've done more for African Americans in three years than the broke. Doc in Washington establishment has done in more than thirty years. We've created six point seven million new jobs since the election a number that if I would have said that to the fake news media back there and look at all those cameras if I would have said that now if I would have said that during the campaign I would have been excoriated. They would've gone wild. How dare he make six point? Seven million new jobs think eh CINCY election last month. The African American unemployment rate reached the lowest level ever recorded in the history of our country. I just I. I'll keep playing this. But more of this police when the president typically talks to his standard rally crowd he spends and most of his time attacking the Democrats which everybody loves. He's very funny when he does it. There's no disputed that but he's got a record and he under sells the record to tell people how bad the Democrats are as opposed was to tell people how good he is and with this crowd. He's doing it. He's making the case of. Here's why I'm good for the black community including going so far as you know you may not like me you personally but listen. This is what I'm doing for you. How do you lose that argument in the debate? The African American youth unemployment employment. This was so important to me. Your remember how high was sixty. Seventy percent has now reached the lowest number ever recorded in the history huber country doing really well. The African American poverty rate has reached an all time historic low lowest. It's ever been for the first time ever. Most new hires of prime working age are minorities and women. I that's ever happened. Wages arising really fast up nine percent since the election a number that was unthinkable and they're rising fast as for low income workers cours proportionately the rising fastest for the low income worker. Who would have thought this was going to happen? Almost two point five million Americans have been lifted out of poverty Albertson's by-election including one hundred and fifty thousand African American children again. You can't argue with the data in fact I saw people on TV this weekend and after his speech trying to argue with the data in the way they were arguing with the data was to argue that the stuff he was saying about Barack Obama was wrong and that his his record is because of Barack Obama were three years in and they want to attribute it to Barack Obama. But this is his record. Now and I it's very they want equivalency. We'll we'll he's lied about Barack Iraq Obama because they can't say he's lying about himself. His record speaks for itself when I hear one hundred fifty thousand people don't know other means you know what it means to me. We fill up Yankee stadium three times three to bring investment to neglected black communities. We've got a record number of job destroying regulations more than any administration in history. Even though we've been here for a short while by comparison we passed massive tax cuts for working families saving the typical family for two thousand dollars a year and over the last two two years my administration has also provided more than eight billion dollars in contracts and financing to minority owned small businesses which alone and has resulted in a minimum of twenty thousand brand new beautiful jobs jobs so so with us. Today Are Kelvin. Angie Neal King from right here in Atlanta Calvin is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy Academy great place where he was also all conference football player today Kelvin and his wife Janine alone a general contracting business. And they're doing really well Kelvin. Judeo please come up. Say A few words place Mona which we can stop this here but see. This is exactly what I'm talking about. You've got a small businessman. And his wife is an Air Force Academy graduated and they put them on stage for the world to see and that's exactly what Republicans need to do. I can't tell you again. I mean no disrespect to anyone but more often than you have republican events in these people. They're not activists activists in the Republican Party. They're just trying to vote. And so you go to the Republican Party of inside. They put these people on stage. Who are a little nuts and here? The President President says deck with that. I'M GONNA find real people who are in the community. They don't have to be card carrying members of the Republican Party. They don't have to show up at the events. I'm going to put these people on stage. There remind voters they are the future of the Republican Party and he did it and God bless him for doing. It was normal in a listen. You may be offended by me. Say The word normal but have you gone to these events and seeing the typical people who they like to put up at events that highlight non white voters for the Republicans. It's the people who show but all the meetings because that's for the local party chairman gets and those people aren't relatable by and large these people who are on stage with present were all relatable. You got a mom and a dad had air force academy graduate. WHO's a contractor in Atlanta? Who who is in the building who has a small business this is what what you've got to do and it's it's staggering to me that for all of the attacks all donald you know? I've got my evening show and had a number of people pulling. It almost seemed organized. The number of people were going. Oh He's a racist he's racist. Well what's he done. That's racist slum. Lord wait but while he's president what's he done that racists in the most staggering thing yesterday in in all of this. We're the number of people who couldn't put their finger on anything. The president himself has done since he's been president. There's racist now there are people who call and say what about Charlottesville. What about Charlottesville? Yeah I think the president handle that badly really. I said so at the time but it was also a quote that was distorted by the press to make it seem like he was praising white nationalist or at least excusing them. Good people on both side align that was completely taken advantage of In distorted by the media. What is the president done? That's racist see. Every Republican doesn't matter who the Republican is. The Democrats are going to say. That person is racist. They they they absolutely. Are they gonna say that person's race it doesn't matter what they do if you're a black Republican they accuse Hugh Bean Ankle Tom. They've they've done it with. Let's do it in the past Michael Steele when he was in German They've done it with Tim. Scott in South Carolina that they've done it with Allen West. They've done it with me. Love I mean winging it is the level of attacks from the left towards Black Republicans for dairy to the Democratic Party It is almost like a colt that it has to treat you like leaving scientology you watch the the what is it Lira mini or whatever her TV show about scientology and how scientology scientologists treat people who leave the Colt. Now it's very much the way. Democrats treat Black Politicians Titians who are Republicans. That you're you're you're not supposed to and they're livid that the president did this on Friday and here's the thing you need to understand if you only take away one thing. Take away this the president does it need ten percent of the black vote. He doesn't need twenty percent of the black vote he doesn't even eat five percent of the black vote if he gets one or two more percent. The president begins to build up cushion for himself with other voters. He doesn't need a huge number of new voters. She doesn't he really. He does. Not and so Democrats raise. Oh you're never GONNA get Democrats to go. You're never gonNA black voters to do this. You're you're you're not gonNA get any support from the black community. He only needs one hundred thousand eight hundred fifty thousand two hundred thousand. And that's totally doable. He got more black voters. Mitt Romney got he only needs so just he he needs a few hundred thousand more to really make a cushion for himself and he could do that. It doesn't matter whether you're Democrat or Republican and it doesn't matter whether you say Barack Obama started at the reality is that under the trump administration. The black community is more fully employed than ever before young. Black men are getting out of jail because of criminal justice reform. You've got jobs you've got families being put back together. As people we'll get into jail you've got all of these indicators that there is new success that there has not been in. It's Donald Trump. WHO's in office right now? Not Barack Obama George W Bush not Bill Clinton It's Donald Trump and intuitively Americans regardless of race. They tend to give the incumbent president credit for stuff like that and that's why. Democrats are screaming premium as loud as they are because they don't want the president they can't afford for the president to get any credit for the success in the black community and yet here he is on stage with a lot of black family family. Saying thanks Mr President Your economies helping us. And they're right. I really do like his opinion. Eric Erickson the information you need and the truth truth you demand. It is live every weekday the president and his time in Atlanta Louis. Black voters to his cause Democrats want to invest in green global projects. I want to invest in black American communities breath so true and the crowd begins to chant for more years over the president's you know it's a good line and that's what drives you can tell the good lines because they drive Democrats insane that drove Democrats insane on Friday revitalize distressed neighborhoods. We created created nine thousand opportunities zones. Tim Scott of south. Carolina was incredible now looting twenty-six right here in Atlanta eight million African Americans live in opportunity zones yet every Democrat voted against giving these black citizens future they deserve the Republicans. Got It past not easy. We had no votes from Democrats and now the Democrats to say. We made a big mistake but never going to admit that publicly I can guarantee you. They were totally against it. They were opportunities. Owns are areas where you get taxable benefit for Employed people in building businesses a lot of small businesses. Moving even to those opportunities owns Tim Scott has been a big believer. Tim Scott the You know that that's one of the things I think people miss. Let's focus for just a second on Tim Scott Good good man Me and if you have if you go to youtube to the resurgence pager to my page YouTube dot com slash W.. Ericsson you will find my interview with Tim. Scott from the resurgent gathering this past August man. That guy's incredible The it is it's it's he's just a fascinating guy and people don't realize he got elected as a congressman from Charleston. South Carolina he represented represented Fort Sumter the first black man to represent the area where the civil war started and he's a Republican and he's gotten elected to the United States Senate He. He's an incredible person. Easy easy wonderful person. He grounded in faith. Now he's he's he doesn't plan on running again he he's he's term term limited himself but he's been big on self empowerment That that all you need is is the government to get out of the way and and you and Jesus can can take care of yourself. And he's he's incredible person and he's pushed. The president on an opportunity. Zones and opportunities owns are areas areas where you can go in and get a taxable benefit by building business in an area that is typically A minority community Typically an area where a lot of people don't want to drive at night frankly if we're being blunt about it and he can go in you can go in and you can start building jobs in that community and you get taxable benefit it from the federal government to reinvest in that community and create jobs in the community and they work and Democrats are opposed to him and The the democratic solution is always. He's more government more dependency on government. More money from the government and here comes a Tim. Scott with his ideas says. Hey we're not going to give you any money but we're GonNa let you keep your money if you reinvest that money in your local community and it works. He works opportunities olds work. There's no dispute that opportunities George and Democrats Kill Hill them constantly. They try to kill them constantly and the reason they try to kill them constantly is because they don't want people to see that there is ace. Ace Workable alternative other than federal dependency. And that sort of stuff matters it matters in real ways to real people Across the board. Now when we come back we do need to talk about Veterans Day and we also need to talk about South Georgia and the farmers down. There have been waiting on money. DOC welcome it. Is Eric Erickson here across the state of Georgia. The phone number is going to be a part of the program today. Eight seven seven nine seven Eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I WANNA spend some time on Veterans Day. We will after the the we will do it in in the eleven o'clock hour because that's supposed to appropriate I but right now. We need to talk about South Georgia. And I don't care where you are in the country and we need to talk about this issue It is relevant across the nation the rate of suicides in south Georgia is going up as is the rate of bankruptcies and it is overwhelmingly farmers who were having problems problems. It is overwhelmingly farmers who are depressed. It is overwhelmingly farmers who you feel underwater. It is overwhelmingly Farmers who they can't get back on their feet hurricane. Michael was devastating to them Hurricane Flori- as well had impacts and they haven't gotten federal recovery money these people pay taxes part of taxes says go towards dollars for fema go towards dollars for aid go towards dollars for recovery and Congress approved the money. You have the Secretary of Agriculture is the former Republican governor and even he has been stymied by both a congressional apparatus Anna Bureaucratic system. That has made it very very difficult to get money to farmers on top of that. If you don't live in Georgia you leedle appreciate the the southeast of the United States. It's is in water wars territory. That's been so familiar out west and it has everything to do with the growth of the Metropolitan Atlanta area Metro Atlanta Hannah. In Charlotte are both major hubs now Atlanta Outpacing Charlotte in growth in that requires more water the Atlanta area because the the Atlanta area has gotten so big and sprawling his water-starved even though it has a vast array of Lakes Georgia has no major natural lakes. Every every lake in Georgia is manmade which I did not realize. Now I'm not talking small ponds and things like that but the big lakes. They're all man made up. Mostly Georgia power some of them the the Army Corps of Engineers designed for power designed for water. Well the the water from Lake Linear flow. Oh South Through the Chattahoochee. The chattahoochee goes down to South goes down to Florida. It meets with the Flip River River. It pours out the the APPALACHICOLA and a feeds the voice actors in the Bay there in Florida. Alabama relies the water. Florida relies on the water. George relies on the water. Georgia has a massive amount of farms that rely on the water. And there's been a drought and the droughts have been recurring rain and they've relied on wells in the wells get very expensive to dig deeper. And then they had hurricane Michael Come through Wiped out a lot of orchard crops. Babe Peaches Choose Pecans Devastated in south Georgia cornfields. And and the peanuts have dried out. It's more and more expensive to irrigate and the federal government was was promising. Relief in the relief never came. The relief never came because it took Congress a long time to to pass the relief. I know I've I've got some printing Congress full disclosure and I supported their efforts. My Buddy chip Roy From Austin Texas. A good friend of mine. He's been on the show Longtime friend of mine he eh Blocked the unanimous consent to get the money passed a while back and he did so because he didn't think Congress was essentially congress was passed into big spending package running out the door no one had seen it and he wanted to have a chance to see it and so he objected to force discussions. He was excoriated by a lot of friends of mine in Georgia for doing so but I think it was right. It's not that he opposed the money. He ultimately supported the package but he thought we needed to see we'll always in the package as opposed to rush it out the door side sight unseen and he was right to do so now that we know that some of the stuff that was in there and by the way a lot of the stuff in there caused the money to be held up but it was passed sight unseen many of the farmers in south Georgia North Florida in at a lower Alabama have not gotten the money that the federal government said they would give them in. Many of them have had to file bankruptcy waiting for the money. It is a situation that does not get national coverage. It reminds minds me very much. Do you recall. Oh it was barack. Obama was president may have been five or six years ago. There was massive flooding. In the Nashville area the Cumberland River spilled out of its banks. Downtown Nashville The the Gaylord oprey land hotel was under water. I mean just devastating flooding and it got virtually virtually no media attention and a Lotta there are a lot of Republicans because it got. Nobody's is yummy. We let let's just be honest about it I if if you get three snowflakes in New York City it becomes a major media event it becomes the lead story the nightly news for ABC CBS NBC CNN Msnbc Fox News. They all cover of the three snowflakes in New York City. And I'm not talking about college kids. I'm talking about actual snowflakes. The I if it snows in New York. Your city is a national story at. It's a national story because that's where the media lives if there's if there's a heatwave were blizzard in Washington DC it gets an overabundance of coverage by the national breast because that's where the national press lives. You have massive flooding in the the Nashville Metropolitan area roads wash away bridge bridges his wash away homes. Wash away major tourist attractions or underwater and nothing. The media doesn't pay attention to it in the media didn't pay attention to it in large part because the media doesn't live there vested interest there. I it's not their viewers who live there and so people don't know what happened again. The bias of the media more often than not is not what they cover. But what they don't cover and here to our south of me on under Florida Line in South West Georgia in the Bainbridge area the dark county area the Thomas County Area Thomas Ville. We'll even America's there's just still devastation. You go down there and there are still blue tarps on roofs. The hurricane was more than a year ago and there are still people who can't get their roofs fixed because the federal disaster relief money money hat and flowed to him yet. There are fields in fact. I drove down there My wife has a Harley. My wife loves to ride her Harley. It's it's her therapy. Her her will check. I guess you could say from after. She got diagnosed with cancer. She pulled the the. I've got cancer cards. She made me by a motorcycle. And we'll drive down there occasionally. I'll take the kids in my car will go down to Montezuma there's a great farmers market brown farmers market in Montezuma. I it is I mean the the places incredible the the amount of produce they have at this farmer's market is just amazing. Then you go past the pecan orchards. Ugo Pass the Peach Orchard. She go past. The PECAN The the peanut fields you go pass the cotton field there tomato fields in cornfields. We drove past. There was one farm. And every other pecan tree was overturned ripped out of the ground and overturned. It takes years to plan a new tree crop going they. They hadn't even cleared out. The pecan trees now. This would have been. This would have been an August so not quite a year from Hurricane. Michael but close to it was devastating in those people haven't gotten funding. They haven't gotten money. They haven't gotten what was promised them and the farmers are going bankrupt some of them are committing suicide. And you don't hear about it on the National News. Thankfully the money is beginning to flow slowly but surely Eddie produces doing what he can. What's so interesting here is that it hasn't flowed yet and it hasn't flowed because of computer systems and Sonny Perdue with the trump administration? Forget a lot of fault for this but it was prior administrations. They started looking through the Bush administration at upgrading. Computers and information with the Department of Agriculture they continued through the Obama Administration Asian and made final approvals implemented now but it's causing all sorts of problems all sorts of problems Their because the computer systems had problems consultants weren't aware of and you had fema go down there. Just got a buddy of mine. Mine texted the He was down there. After the hurricane they were promising all sorts of quick relief from FEMA and the relief for the cities and counties came. MM The relief for the power. Companies came but the relief for the farmers never came in most of their still eight hundred million dollars outstanding. Eight hundred million in dollars outstanding and this is another issue with the inefficiencies and incompetence of the federal government is does not sunny produce fault. He's getting the blame for it because he's in charge of the Department of Agriculture. But this is a systemic problem within the Department of Agriculture that's long-term curb through multiple administrations. And he's now having to deal with the fallout of decisions made by his predecessors. But it's still a problem and it's something that Georgia gift to its credit. Brian Kemp Nathan deal. Brian Kip of step forward. And they've offered state money essentially giving state money in exchange. They'll take the federal money when it comes in but they've only got so so much They can play with a to do that. There's only so much they can do. And this is something you need to be mindful of these people in your prayers Thankfully fully sonny perdue because he was former governor of the state He is mindful of these things that he's doing what he can to get the money. But it's a hard process you would think that the head of the department would be able to get the checks written and he can't Because of Computer Snafus Duh designed by bureaucrats and overseen by outside consultants. It's amazing how. How powerless the secretary of of agriculture can be Given those things now. There's a tie in here. The reliance on the federal government. Now listen you can only go so far with this because we're talking about natural disaster and Fema Ma. The federal government makes promises. Your tax payers. Go to a pool of money that can then be given to people a natural disaster and we as a people should want to help other people a natural disaster. I'm not so libertarian. That I think the government should not help our fellow citizens when it comes to natural disaster but I do. I am Conservative enough to think that we have done very good job in this country of undermining local groups. Who could help? We're we've undermined local groups. Who could play a role and it? Something we as a people need to consider In frankly I think Republicans Democrats would never do it. Republicans need to work very very hard to oversee overcome Over correct. I mean there would you have to be over correction to a degree just to get to the correction. people's faith and local institutions. Churches need to step up and I. This is by the way. This is not to be dismissive of local efforts down in south Georgia North Florida in Lower Alabama A lot of churches have taken care of a lot of people in those areas. There are lots communities where the churches have been paid people's mortgages there are lots of communities where the churches have been buying. People new tractors there are lots of communities down there where the churches have showed up to help with harvest when there was no what around or go around to do it. Farmers Helping Farmers Churches helping people local communities people it really is a testament to the spirit spirit of the of Americans in small town America. I saw there was a guy on social media the other day who was savaging. People who live in rural areas that Healthcare should it'd be more expensive. Food should be more expensive. Everything should be more expensive and you should not have Internet access in rural areas because you should have to live in cities I it's more environmentally friendly. If we all live in cities where there's public transportation and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah now. This was a person with maybe two thousand followers on twitter. Nobody a he ultimately deleted the tweet because he was getting in savaged But it was amazing to watch a number of progressive activists. Affirming what he said that. Yes this this is so but but I actually You know there's a theology I don't want to go down this road too far but let me just say that. There is a theology of cities in scripture in. It's not very good. It is Cain who went out and made the first cities prior to the flood Bad things happen to Christians and cities that the wealthier cities they get the the more they turned their back on. God You you see this even today. There is a theology of cities scripture. And it's not very favourable. The cities E- It is the people who work the soil with their hands. The farmers who are blessed who live out of rural areas. And take care of themselves and have a level of sufficiency and one of the the things that you can connect in this in in scripture illogically. Is these people have to rely on each other. And on God they can't rely on government of Kingdom of bureaucracy to take care of them because they're out in rural parts of the countryside. And we see that here in this country when you live in rural areas you tend to have more close knit communities and you know I've got a book You know I I got A. It's right here on my desk Alienated America by Tim Carney And it's why some places thrive while others collapse during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign. Donald Trump proclaimed the American dream is dead a message that resonated across the country Washington examiner editor. Tim Carney traveled Middle America. Orca pour it over county level maps data and sort of through sociological studies and had a startling revelation. Donald trump is right but the death of the American dream is a social phenomenon on an economic one but in some parts of the United States life seems to be getting worse because citizens are facing their problems alone. These communities have seen declines in marriage voting church attendants volunteer work. Even when when money comes back to town. Happiness does not return of people. There do not re-engage the educated and wealthy elites on the other hand in live in places where institutions are strong or have enough money to insulate themselves. It's a fascinating book. I'm excited to get into read SELENA ZITO The Washington examiner. Is that a lot of the stuff as well But there really is just interesting data also out there. The communities that have faced disaster the local community step up and to some degree revitalizes is is those local communities and local institutions. What are the biggest interesting data points I've seen other and I believe it was Barna? Don't hold me to that. But in small town in rural America where churches are a vital institution the well being of the community the thoughtfulness of the community accelerate The gauge met with the community accelerates. And we've seen this in parts of North and South Georgia by the way as as The federal government has come in local. Churches have stepped up. You see a recommitment to Civic Life. It's almost like the church in the civic community despite separation of church and state there almost. the symbiotic relationship. You engage in your church community community more. Your church community engaged in the community. Creates a feedback. Loop that feedback loop also but if it's your your mental condition and we see this doubted south Georgia. The people who are more regularly engaged in their churches the farmers who have relied on their churches and have in turn given back to their churches tend to have a better social well-being and but better mental frame of mind as the people who have isolated slater themselves and disconnected themselves who live in communities where churches and local groups avance stepped up. who were having a problem? That is way more than I wanted to talk about. South all torch but the whole phenomenon echoes into something. We see nationally with the collapse of rural America Rural America collapses when the local institutions collapse and those local institutions are chiefly led by churches and when churches stop engaging in their communities. You have all sorts of fallout At the societal level and Democrats are or so hostile to churches these days and so hostile to church engagement in community. It makes it easy to see. How Democrats in charge would worsen person the problems of rural America particularly as well when we have an elite of this country who are openly hostile to rural America? Who we all should live in cities? Politics News Awesome Erik Erikson talks about all the things. You're not supposed to talk about every Weekday and Sam Cooke and to just got an email from somebody who was listening the last week show had been out of town. Listen to a podcast. And I mentioned coffee. And he's sending me Links to local coffee Local coffee roasters here in the state. Got A couple of th. There's one up in north Georgia. I like I and I have fallen in love with radio. ROASTERS there over in Decatur Decatur There if you ever if you watch the Alton Brown's show Alton Brown has occasionally visited visited the cap farmers market and just across the street from cab farmers market. There's this place called Radio roasters and they'll ship anywhere in Georgia. They'll shipping wear the nation. Really an end is so good but my wife and I we became coffee. Snobs after we got married someone gave us a coffee maker. That has a grinder built into it. Now it's not a bird grinder if you're real. aww stuff is going to be a burger grinder. This one is not but it's still great and So we have a coffee pot that you have a grinder built into it and it grinds is the beans before it makes the coffee and it's terrific. We have had this coffee maker. We've actually were on our I. Guess our third one. In twenty years we've been buying the same model. coffeemaker cuisinart is an art. And there's this hipster place in California and I listen. I it's gotTa be a hipster place it is named mustache coffee and it is in California -Fornia and these people roast beans on Tuesday. Put them in the Mail on Wednesday. They get here on Thursday there that fresh And we use them throughout the next week. And it's it's I become a coffee SNOB. In that regard. I hate starbucks coffee so anyway What have you for a up and Clarksville villas? Is texting me right now. David in Clarksville. I know you're listening right now. and Giving me recommendations for for other coffee places some of these I'm GonNa have to check Out But We got a subscription to this mustache. Coffee Place I'll have to get a link for for you guys And if I give it to you then they'll give me like free beans but it's good stuff I've got to be such as I don't understand the allure of starbucks and I realize people go to starbucks for the the espresso drinks allottees allottees and the Caramel macchiato. I just want coffee. I don't want all that other stuff. I don't want iced coffee. Coffee is meant to be drunk. Hot I grew up in south Louisiana Where you would make really strong coffee? And you'd put a little bit in in your milk as you're a kid and get used to drinking coffee and I I have a weakness for for cafe. That is the the one fancy coffee drink. I'll get it a coffee shop and it's not that fancy is just half-and-half coffee in in Milkin. You'd be amazed how hipsters ruined by putting foam on top. There's not supposed to be full. Moon cafe go to Cafe Dumont and you will see that there's not supposed to be Foam on top but nonetheless That they do that. I The the miracle of the Modern Age is these crafts services that have sprung up that people can take advantage of Most particularly Things like coffee beans or were you can get coffee from California. That is roasted on Tuesday. In in your to your house by Thursday or Amazon Dot Com. We're yesterday I made a big pot of soup and realized. Didn't have any container so I got on Amazon Found some containers. They'll be here this afternoon so I can freeze the soup and live on it through the wintertime. I made some taco soup while it's not that recipe again and by the way if you want my recipe lists text recipe two three three seven seven seven when we come back The media is melting down over Mike Bloomberg but before we get to that Veterans Day. We need to talk talk about it. y'All I got a sponsor this week I am so excited about. I've actually been waiting for this news because I'm a subscriber to their English publication. The spectator is coming to the United States. The Spectator is the longest running magazine in the English language it's been published in the UK since Kasha is like one hundred nine hundred ninety one years and now it's getting ready. It's going to do an American. In addition it's launching. Well it started. I guess last month in print is going to be delivered monthly the US editions going to be just like the UK magazine. If you know anything about the spectator it's brilliant. It's fearless very honest and very conservative. Doesn't mince words when it comes to conservatism. And it's just it's tremendous I. I highly highly encourage you to get it. It's going to have Christopher Buckley. PJ O'Rourke Christopher Caldwell Toby Young Roger Scranton so many more more. You'll get British humor as well which I grew up with overseas I am a huge fan of the specter literally. I'm not just saying this because they're sponsor I didn't even know they were going to sponsor I'm so excited. I Love The spectator. You can check it out. Go to spectator dot us. Slash subscribe that spectator dot. US slash subscribe bribe and then use offer code. Eric E. R. I C. K.. You'll get a free trial do it. You will love the spectator. It is so great to finally have their voice choice here in the United States. Hello and welcome it. Is Eric Erickson here in the direction. Show on this veterans day and I have have put off until now because it was nineteen eighteen The eleventh hour of the Eleventh Day of the eleventh events month of nineteen eighteen where the guns of August fell silent and we are now one hundred one years removed from World War One. We call it veterans day in this country it is a remembrance. Day The world over the the British Empire Where's poppies old the British Empire The the former territories the British Empire with Canada Australia New Zealand. Great Britain even Jamaica the Bahamas Bermuda. They're wearing poppies. In large part. Because of a point called in Flanders Field Chronic leaned the effects of world war one in flanders fields old the poppies blow between the crosses row on row that mark our place and in the sky. The larks still bravely singing fly scarce heard amidst the guns below so we are the dead short days ago we lived felt dawn saul sunset glow loved and were loved and now we lie in Flanders Field. Take up our quarrel with the foe to you from failing hands we throw the torch be yours to hold it high. If you break faith with us who die we shall not sleep though poppies grow in Flanders Field. We in this country have Memorial Day. The last Monday of May the civil war for us is akin to World War One for Europe more Americans pickens died in the civil war than all other American worst combined until the last few years A death in Afghanistan put all of them combined and across so the civil war the civil war. This country had a monumental affect on our heritage on our culture on our language engage me for example Prior to the civil war the United States we referred to it as these United States. If you were alive before the civil war you most most often referred to our country as these United States. Even though it was the United States people refer to these United States each person viewed their state as their country. It's why I some people Lee in particular decided to fight for it was his country world. War One for Europe is very much the the same way we came in at the end of World War One the were probably would have gone on but for our injury. Frankly we did help. Turn the tide but it was really a European affair whole villages in England disappeared all been died. They all went off to war and they all died. Everyone expected it would just be a couple of weeks affair. The kings and emperors would sort things out and that would be the end of it and it went on and on and on and it costs political upheaval. The loss of the ROMANOFF's in in In Russia becoming the union the rise of the Communist. The downfall of the the Kaiser in Germany and The break-up of the austro-hungarian Empire in in in the rise of Hitler all of these things World War One reshaped the map. The war the world warfare affair became brutal and devastated in nasty. Chemical Attacks The machine guns all all of the major implements that were developed in the civil war refined then in Europe Europe on the battlefield of World War. One it was a genuinely devastating affair and and we because of the destruction and death in the Civil War Memorial Day in other countries they had not faced anything like what we've face now certainly certainly for for centuries or for for Millennia there had been terrible wars of serfs on behalf of Lords and kings but World War One by right in the world growing increasingly democratic I it swept a claw across classes in Europe. Europe was a class based society eighty regardless where he lived even in France. France proclaimed the egalitarianism even in France. There were classes of people in world. War One devastated the mall from the Duke to the Blue Collar worker in the factory. They all died hundreds hundreds of thousands of people dead and so it became Remembrance Day in a few decades doc ID later World War Two broke out in our entry there again. It was mostly a European affair. We gave assistance to Britain. But we got in when Pearl Harbor Barbara happened and now all of us see the world over. We stand together for D Day in July. Why in for Remembrance Day for Veterans Day in November? I A couple of months ago sat down with Grover Sassaman Some of you know his name. He is the oldest still operating Harley dealer in North America and he's in Macon Makin Georgia. He sold my wife Harley his family's got to be friends with ours. I I WANNA play some of this interview for you Grossman. He's a marine and he was a mechanic he was actually a masterful mechanic and one of the things that grover Sassaman did is he took a so. We had an event for his ninety eighth birthday in Macon and they flew in a Corsair. A World War Two Corsair He was a mechanic for corsairs. Sayers and corsairs worry the used the Mustang in the European theater. They needed something more maneuverable. In the Pacific Theater to combat the Japanese Zeros and Gover SAS men was mechanical. The corsairs and I talked a little bit about the audio for you. We were in an aircraft hangar. So keep keep that in mind now. I understand that you piece together the front and the back of a Corsair and may turn to Hugh planes into one to get him back in the air. Tell me about that. L. A. That on new Azazel and and I don't remember now which which one of them. WHOA as up on the front the other day and I said to my CEO? I said that made I'm on airplane. He said that they have to go by states. I knew that he would VIP Tip because when they would dump one over the side of a ship women have a prop. I knew it wasn't about ship it back so I I said if you get me some lights I'll Allah work on my own time at night and then after I got it in east and he'd done a flight test on he says sorry. Why didn't you tell me you can do is like I said I did you invest so? Tell me about going into the Philippines with Macarthur. Oh well we already lever Lever Loganville and go to Australia for ten. They are taxing up to mice shop that I add over there in our forty baddie one. Where the train was so I only called me a recon live? Call him a car from headquarters and we went in. That are for D. It was flushes. I should anything you would ever see. I mean he had had beautiful. Oppose everything everything. which is the in degree? Elite killed our trip to Austria. So we got out of sign up with the help of God and a few Marines MacArthur returned to the Philippines and we had to put a a century of them because they they would there are sign a we put a century were they evade. Go to mess with that deal with green. Believe but we William in been gained. Go off nine days before they actually invaded. We slept on appeal. We slept good and you could tell the difference in JAP engine by the way the engine sound and rector his life that you so you could all weeks all the Morsch machine being Charlie and we could tell when they were coming over and one night we had earthquake AAC shelling and eruption of the volcano. All at the same time we we add. Bury Our bunks deep enough. So if they were to strafe the service they would miss ours mosquito netting and course we got the Philippines they were all lying roads road. Victory Joe Victory Joe like that. They really work happiness ceus and of course I stayed there. Then I went to Zambia. Hang Him in the now and I went to Mala Bang. That was in the now. They had severe savage's silver mining. We were told not to associate with because they'd it catch your throat is to look at an hits an alarm for merit arrayed volcanic sold so well and go with him in our follicle and you have to face a Cobra. So oh you either you or the coober so you had your forty having to be a good shot but do I assume you were good shot. Well Yeah I did. I made a good Marine Corps does grover over Sassaman. He is ninety eight years old. He is the oldest still operating owner of Harley dealer anywhere in North Mary anywhere in the world. It happens to be in Macon Macon Georgia great family and he a veteran from World War. Two I wanted you to hear his stories from where we live live in a world. Where a lot of young men who go off to war to Afghanistan and Iraq? But I think most Americans don't understand the sacrifice still we'll And particularly from World War Two. The sacrifices made by by young men who were uprooted from families for a years having to go abroad to face the Nazis to the east and the Japanese to the West going into the Philippines in is he said I mean you would get into your foxhole and there'd be Cobra you'd have in one night. A volcano earthquake in in a fly over bombing by the Japanese Ace Just just fascinating. Things that our veterans have had to deal with to keep this country and and the Western alliance's safe and does undergrads. It's kind of bittersweet these days because you could almost feel the unraveling of the post World War Two structure A lot of people think it's not needed. Even the president thinks parts parts of it are needed. A lot of people on the left with no sense of history. Don't appreciate whites in place. A lot of people in the right these days. Think it's a waste of time and in treasure and yet that alliance has done so much to keep us safe after World War Two in into keep the world largely stable and. I don't know how much longer to last but here here. This this Veterans Day. It's worth listening to the story of of a veteran who went in with Macarthur to the Philippines and lived in holes and fought what cobras killed cobras. to advance The American military all the way up to Japan to beat the Japanese in World War Two he even after the Nazi surrendered world. War Two win on in the Pacific Theater and we stopped today and remember those veterans here in the United States and thank them for their service all the way up to these recent wars and we stop and we remind ourselves the price Europe itself if has paid on our veterans day being their remembrance. Day as they remember the hundreds and hundreds of thousands of men from Europe who fought each other in a war they thought would last week's that lasted years and then cause the greatest war the world has ever known. I want to go back to some audio. I played earlier from the president and his Rally for Black Voices for trump and it's relevant to Bernie Sanders rally first. Let's listen to the president and the crowd. Democrats want to invest in green global projects. I want to invest in black American in communities and the crowd went on to start chanting USA USA. Naomi Klein showed up a Bernie Sanders. Alexandra Alexandra Kazu Cortez. Rally listen to this clears away. The degree and the Ashby's the soil and it prevents those wildfires that are so destructive and that is the kind of fire that we need to locate in ourselves so that we can truly be in this moment. We need to clear away. Whatever debris breeze standing in our way is keeping us from being in this fight with everything that we have because everything is on the line and we need to clear away the debris on on the outside we need to clear away? The debris of the climate change deniers. Who are still out there? So Kim Fossil fuel money spreading doubt doubt and misinformation in this moment when we cannot afford that we need to we need a movement that burns bright and hot enough to clear away that debris l.. Oh and she went on. Listen to this part warm. The planet and fuels the droughts and the super storms and the floods the fires that forced millions to flee their arid lands ends the fire that intensify armed conflicts which also fuels migration displacement which is then used as fuel so for those fires of Hake are in cycle. Now you see this. If you will the arguments for further militarizing borders and incarcerating migrants and Harry children from their parents. And it's even more frightening than that because we are now scene fascist and neo fascist political figures in Europe seeping into North America as well drop the charade of climate change denial uh-huh and instead cast the global ecological crisis as some kind of divine corrective away of cleansing the world of lesser humans. We cannot not without battling white supremacy battle. We've got ecological Nazis in white white supremacist. And you know I listen to this. And I hear a religion when I I'm a Christian and it is my worldview and I see the hand of God in things and it was so fast listening to Naomi Klein and again that she was speaking at a sanders sanders rally with with Olympia. KAZU CORTES AND I. It was so fascinating to me is how she sees divinity and things that are happening as well but but her divine vying is is in a way. It's it's mother. Earth the refugee crisis the the the mass migration north to the American borders because of climate change and if we stop climate we would stop this and then we wouldn't have to be detaining and arresting children on and on everything ties into climate change Wjr and the deniers need to be silenced. They need to be punished We need to put them out of society. This is such dangerous rhetoric. And you know this. This goes back to the the concentration camp rhetoric by the way whatever happened to the concentration camps I assume trump still running them but they don't care about them anymore. We can you believe that your opposition will fundamentally destroy the planet. Then you can kind of understand why people are going to get violent because if you really believe in and by the way this goes for the right as well if you believe the left is going to destroy the country destroy your way of life is going to impose a totalitarian regime. Oh new is GonNa come to your homes and confiscate your guns. I mean we heard O'Rourke say it GonNa Shut Down Your Church schools and in churches themselves people are GonNa rise up and take action and neither side has any incentive to comb the rhetoric these days into actually look dispassionately at what's happening. Both sides view. The other side is not an opponent but the enemy. And here's here's this woman on stage. At a presidential candidates rally essentially saying we need to silence anyone who disagrees with their agenda that that mother Earth herself is is punishing the planet causing these political problems because people are denying it exists. That's crazy welcome. It is here here and here. The full numbers you. I WANNA be a part of the program. Eight seven seven nine seven. Eric that's eight. Seven seven nine seven three seven four two five text the word data to three three seven seven seven. If you want to link to David Limbaugh new book that's come out Guilty by reason of insanity great book And there's also you'll be able to follow that. Lincoln see all of his great books on on the Gospel in faith as well a such a prolific writer and also practices law to A. He's just he's a good. A guy interviewed him in the first hour. You can get the podcast of the show just search for the irksome show podcast Or Tech Show two three three seven seven seven and you can hear my interview with David as well a real quick. I got an email from someone saying that Andrew. You'll like this. Who is this uh Kerry emails? I'm hearing voice cubes in your cues in your youtube. Livestream in the segment ended eleven fifty. I finally made out Twenty Fifteen Tin Bhai a deeper voice than yours. So listen I am doing this whole thing myself. The I handle the livestream I cover satellite costs and the only way I can figure out how to Get everything through so that you guys can hear callers and interviews is I got a route through The box that feeds me the signal from the studio into my home studio and so My board operator usually Jimmy Andrews filling in for today you know a lot of times radio show Oh host of you. Listen to most radio shows what you'll hear is they'll play a musical bed and that's your cue that you've got thirty seconds a minute left or there's no countdown. When I fill in for Russia when I used to fill in for rush I always thought it sounded more professional that he plays that short little tone at the end of a at a hard out and they would give him a countdown and the thing is it forces you to not be lazy? A lot of radio show hosted Ano- I don't want to use names or dispiriting one but a lot of radio show hosts will play that musical out and and they know they could they got about a minute or thirty seconds they can finish up a thought and then just lead the music right out and I want the toll because the tone forces me to continue to engage with you instead of being able to mentally check out and say thank God the music started. I can shut up now. No no I want you to say thank God the tones. They're each shut up. But the the only way for me to get this so that you guys can hear everything on a livestream like youtube or facebook is to route it through what comes into my I year and what comes into my ear. I have little piece. I wear like on TV I don't wear headphones because having big cans on my ear I in front of a camera. Just look silly to me so I have my TV VIP piece that I put in my ear and so you hear stuff that comes down the line so if Andrew or his or Jim talks to you're able to hear it on the live stream so that's why that is but I I appreciate people who point that out because because I've never really explained why that is and I get this question all the time. Have Y'all heard So Greta Thunberg. Everyone's Walsh shows shows up in the news. She's the autistic kid from Sweden. Who wants everyone to stop? Flying and Took a prince's yacht to the United States. They're they're painting a big billboard board of her in San Francisco. Of course they are. There's a giant billboard. I looked at it at first and thought it was a painting Vladimir Putin but it's apparently her. She has the very very stern Vladimir Putin face on. It is your typical socialist art project where the person in the in the picture is is glaring at you. It's that of smiling. The Babylon Abalon be has a story up a new mural in downtown San Francisco of Swedish age climate activist. Greta Thunberg has a surprise for passers by her eyes as are equipped with high powered lasers designed to seek and destroy carbon emitting. SUV's on the streets below. We want the mural to really make a positive of impact in the fight against climate change a spokesperson told sources gratis pouty glare as certain degenerate guilt and shame in many motorists. But that didn't seem like enough off. By adding the lasers we are we can begin taking out the worst offenders in their hummers and Land Rovers when lasers were first activated they immediately targeted the carbon-emitting hydraulic all. At cranes and Aerosol paint sprayers USA create the mural the glitches since been fix sources confirmed the lasers will be suspended with Al Gore and other climate activists celebrities visit San Francisco and drive through town with their feet of a fleet of suburbans and escalates. I love the Babylon be by the way it is it. It is a wonderful website is way funnier these days than the onion the thing about the election of Donald Trump really. It was the election of of Obama that brought it on but L.. Really trump a a leftist lost it since humor. No one on the left is funny anymore. the they just they they fundamentally are not funny They've lost their since. You're one of the things. David Limbaugh was talking about it in his interview. The first hours the these late night shows they're all didn't allow as this Johnson and they've lost their humor. That can't be funny anymore. You just really striking to see well. They've lost their sense of humor about Mike Bloomberg as well I I WANNA play for you so again. Some of the reaction from the left about Bloomberg. I played this clip the the beginning of the show this morning. I need to play it again. This this is the original media reaction on Friday Friday. Actually I guess. It was Thursday night into Friday morning when word began leaking out about Mike Bloomberg running the real billionaire the former New York City Mayor Air Michael Bloomberg preparing a potential run. He is the real deal of what trump reports to be. He's probably the most certainly most successful businessman in New York. We're GONNA five or ten. Most successful business in the country. TRUTH IS IF HE STANDS ON STAGE WITH DONALD TRUMP. I think he matches up very well. He's actually a businessman. He's actually a billionaire. He's actually a philanthropist. He's all the things that trump pretends to be in the smoke filled room. You'd say on paper Bloomberg has the right balance of what you want to win. A broad election uh-huh bumper sticker for Michael Bloomberg is Donald Trump but richer more successful in less offensive. How much money? Let's put it up. Let's put it up. Can't get enough of this graphic so we're talking about the war between between the billionaires and look at the net worth clearly Bloomberg is a lot richer than president trump is those billions as we know Donald Trump has pride himself itself on what he uses his business acumen. His business success being a wealthy man. Well that's something that Michael Bloomberg clearly brings to the table. It really could pose a a threat to trump who is not likely to be happy that. There's another billionaire. Real billionaire on the scene. Look I think for the president on a bunch of different levels. That's scary in General Electric. The chances of a brokered convention have increased if Bloomberg is serious about this trump is the ultimate charlatan is the ultimate fake. He can peel that emperor's clothes off off of trump just about better than anybody. I think this is huge huge news and I do think. He's an electable candy. That was when bloomer. I announced announced now Listen to you mish alcindor on meet the press with chuck both Joe Biden Buddha Jentzsch judge harsh reactions to that. The way other candidates did especially for progressive candidates deysi Michael Michael Bloomberg's money as the number one Achilles heel that he has the problem is of course that all of that money means that he can also in some ways by ads and really surplus to become competitive now. He is obviously very very late. But I had someone say to me look. It's not like Michelle Obama got into the race. It's not if it's going to shift completely everything that's happening. But remember that president trump. Even though he was at that time a front runner he skipped the debate and continue should still have momentum. And that's the message that I think people around Bloomberg are saying saying that even though he's laid he could probably have a chance. Yeah so Bloomberg. Doesn't WANNA run in Iowa New Hampshire. He wants to wait for Super Tuesday. Good luck with that. so He'd miss is I would New Hampshire and South Carolina Get his name on the ballot elsewhere. I guess he thinks he can build himself up. Thinks it's going to be an entire cluster of the whole way to Super Tuesday. We'll see Dan Kildee on Bloomberg. Well if he doesn't it will certainly add a new twist to what has already been a really interesting primary season. We haven't even gotten into. The primaries arisen caucuses yet but we have. We have a lot of candidates. I'm not sure more candidates is the answer. But you know I. I think we ought to have a process as as wide open as possible and if he joins the fray I welcomed into it. Yeah so Dan Kildee is in the US House. He's in Michigan and a lot of these Democrats. Let's have been saying we need someone else. They're very desperate for someone else. They're not happy with the field. They're not happy with Biden. In fact they're flailing around around and Bloomberg largely. They're interpreted as he's entering because Biden is not that strong and they're scared Elizabeth. Warren and now Bloomberg does get it ended. We may need new candidates but not this guy. He's a billionaire. Here's David Ignatius on meet the press and being. I don't know why Bloomberg's getting in here look David. I want to put up these numbers from March. This was right before Bloomberg and it looked like Bloomberg was thinking about getting in and he decided not to get in He had a net negative rating fave unready democratic caucus goers in Iowa. There are parts of the Democratic Party that support Elizabeth. Warren do not like Bloomberg. No no question of the Bloomberg work has has problems with a lot of resistance. But I think the fact that. He's come in illustrates the uneasiness In in in the Democratic Party among perspective voters about the field right now and I don't think this is. This is the last late entering centrist Democrat. We're going to hear more. We'll get in. I mean I either named Patrick of Massachusetts I think if if Biden continues to to have difficulty has greater difficulty. There's going to be somebody nobody else that will see and I would think it she somebody who you have a name. So the I'll describe the kind of person who would would if it is somebody who can bring the country together. Problem Looking at the field is that oven. Biden's imagine Liz warning the country. You know for all of her strengths. Thanks so I you know somebody who served in the military somebody who has that kind of national security credit. But I'll bet we'll have other late late entry personnel. Now I gotTa tell you guys. I don't think David Ignatius has insider knowledge here. I think that the Democrats we're starting to get a little bit freaked out about Elizabeth Warren Dries. You know they're they're Nell trying to juxtapose Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buddha judge the media younger members of the meteor. Now trying to make booted happen thinking that Buddha judge somehow or another He will be the rival for Joe Biden and that he will be Elizabeth Warren. They're desperately concerned about Joe Biden. And here's why all of this goes back. You gotta remember this. This all goes back to the upshot polling from the New York Times we talked about last week that the New York Times does does polling of battleground states among voters and finds that Elizabeth Warren does horribly against Donald Trump in battleground states and they gotta win these battleground Brown states that Joe Biden does Best Elizabeth. Warren does worse. And Joe Biden is floundering around out there Let me play you. Some audio from Sam Sam Stein the Huffington post so left wing correspondent he was on TV this weekend. Listen to this this which is You have a field where Joe Biden the the polls show him still maintaining his lead has performance not none as well as many modern minded Democrats and establishment and Democrats had hoped. Hey not doing as well as they'd hoped even though he's in the lead and then you have Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren who obviously are to progressive liberals who are kind of splitting that lane an attaching themselves to a Medicare policy that these established reminded Democrats feel is a election albatross basically but doesn't that help Joe Biden. Doesn't it help Joe Biden to have Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders splitting the progressive vote. So that Joe Biden benefits. It seems to me that that would help Joe Biden. It seems to me that that should help. Joe Biden it. It seems to me that It's a good thing. Ding for Joe Biden is that that's happening and yet they're all freaking out about Joe Biden and yet I I gotta go back to this clip from the other day limit. Let me find it. Real quick in myself word Yeah here it is here. It is Paul Begala who I think gave the most insightful analysis of Mike Bloomberg entering the field I and I want you to listen to what he says about. Biden's polling I. I suspect what we saw in that clip with Kate Baldwin. I think the mayor's probably right. When he presumed he couldn't get through the Democratic Arctic Primary Process Truth is if he stands on stage with Donald Trump? I think he matches up very well. He's actually a businessman. He's actually billionaire. He's actually a philanthropist. He's all the things that trump pretends to to be. But it's not and I think that works very well. He's got to get through Democratic primary though I mean just right. He does have a great reservoir of goodwill for having funded a climate and particularly Kalihi on gun safety. I was in Virginia. I lived there and I was there. Tuesday night For the big election the the folks from moms demand from every town these groups that that have been working in many of them funded by Bloomberg. They might really love him. But that's not gonNA be enough I we'll see I'm all for people running billionaire hire consultants like I used to be but I just have a hard time seeing him being able to pull together. I I will say. Joe Biden started the race the day he announce he's a twenty eight Eh. Twenty eighth we keep waiting for him to collapse. Everybody presumes including me. I keep thinking gee going to fade the resilience of Biden's coalition has been pretty impressive to me so far. Yes I honestly I think that is probably you can dislike Barbagallo. Actually have you know the guy and liking even if we disagree on Politics but not you can't dismiss his analysis. His analysis there is totally solid. He is absolutely legitimately right. Biden's coalition is holding. Strong Bernie's is holding strong. Elizabeth Warren's is holding strong and that's an advantage to Biden because Bernie and Elizabeth Warren are fighting over the same pool of people and to some degree even booed adage is Buddha judge. The mayor from south been on surface seems to be more moderate but when you probe him you get a deeply progressive candidate candidate except on issues like Medicaid for all otherwise. He's he's a pretty stereotypical progressive. Joe Biden is the guy who wants to bring people together. He is the guy. Hi That David Ignatius is talking about the guy with the National Security Street cred who wants to heal the nation it brings us all together If you believe that He He. He's the only one on the democratic side right now who can even make a claim for that and I'm not sure that having another Democrat jump into the races actually really going to help the Democrats. It's just going to crowd the field a little further. But you know what I am of the opinion even though it's it's widely acknowledged the the reason might Bloomberg thinks he can get in because of Joe Biden in Joe Biden's failures. I genuinely think I think that the more people get in the more people helps. Joe Biden a crowded field is an advantage for Joe Biden. Because it's harder for anyone else to get the attention. He's holding steady at fifty percent. It twenty eight percent now remember people say well. What about Iowa Iowa you know Bill Clinton did not win Iowa? Michael Dukakis did not win. You don't have to win Iowa to get the Democratic nomination. In Fact Bill Clinton didn't lost Iowa and became president. And maybe that's going to be Joe Biden's model. What if Joe Biden Nationally is able to succeed in Iowa and away? The polls. Don't suggest pulling in caucuses isn't very good. The there's I. There's a way there for him to pull it off. Hello there Have four eight eight seven seven nine seven. Three seven four to five is the number Remember in Roswell tomorrow is the Amtrak to pull back there. Having the service for for the World War Two veterans whose remains were not claimed and there'll be burial at the Georgia National Cemetery as well it was in the the paper up in I ensure he. I can't find the story now. I'm I'm afraid I just thought about that as we're the break and I didn't have enough time to go find the actual story but You can find it on my twitter feed. I am sure if you're interested in attending I I want to spend just a moment here on in the media. CNN is still not covering the ABC News Epstein cover up a CNN has an entire TV show about the media coverage of the media with Brian Staedtler. And they're not actually really covering. ABC News uses refusal to air the Epstein interview to the extent they are. They're they're turning it into a right wing job which is unbelievable ABC ABC News has a story today. They're pushing it hard on social media and elsewhere signs spelling out impeach a door and windows of a building overlooking president. Trump's speech at New York City's Veterans Day parade. They're covering that but they're not covering Jeffrey. AFC You know. Megan Kelly on instagram and Youtube did an interview with a young lady at CBS News. who was fired? Who says she's not the one who leaked the video? and An and project Veritas. James O'Keefe's group has released a letter from someone within ABC News who says he's still at ABC News and and says that he did did it himself. He's the one who leaked did not this girl. The girl admit she tagged that portion of the interview in the ABC News File ABC presume. She was the leaker and Nelson at ABC. He is come forward and said No. She's not the leaker a you pressured. CBS to fire the wrong person. Oh Hush Siri downside of ceres. She turns out the most inopportune Fortuna moments is the most inopportune moment. This is just. It's fascinating to me. It is a reason why the people can't trust the media. David Limbaugh and I talked about this earlier in the show About the lack of trust in the media on the right. And and there's a reason conspiracy theories run rampant on the right and frankly Some of those conspiracy theories have have turned out to be true. It very very much does appear that the Christopher Steele dossier was a democratic opposition research thing the Russians got wind of help feed information designed to make the president look bad. The the the so-called p tape was actually real but it wasn't donald trump. It was a a fictitious thing created by the Russians and fed into the steele dossier and the Republicans are saying this and the media was dizzy. No this is credible. In members of the mainstream media go and work for fusion. GPS after years in the media exposing themselves as left wing Hacks yes of course you know the most staggering thing actually is not the right distrust the media but that so much of the left now distrust the media. That's that's really. The most impressive thing here is how much of the leftover trust the media. The media gets these stories wrong and the Epstein story actually helps buttress that case that so much each of the left in this country of hates the right for relying on Fox News Fox. News is the only news outlet covering the Epstein Eighteen matter and I don't know whether seen himself or not I gotta say there are a whole lot of coincidences. You gotta believe to say he. He committed suicide particularly weekly in light of this autopsy report. That's come out but regardless it's totally understandable by so many people are skeptical in the media feeds into that the media feeds into the the loss of credibility overall given its behavior on the stuff again. ABC News won't cover the Epstein matter. But we'll cover people putting up an impeach poster her in a building in New York City for the president. The resistance against the president has just absolutely polluted the media credibility. 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Ep 398 PODCAST | Red Sox Miss Opportunity to Unify & David Limbaugh Joins the Show

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Ep 398 PODCAST | Red Sox Miss Opportunity to Unify & David Limbaugh Joins the Show

"The blaze radio network. On demand. This is Steve dates. The Steve day show. Greetings, happy Thursday. Welcome to the show here. Live on the blaze on demand at crtv. I am Steve days Todd and Aaron are here with me as well. Let us know what you think about what we think. Steve. It's dais dot com is the Email address. You can like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter at Steve dais show. It's the Thursday next. Our buddy, David Limbaugh will be here. His latest book is right in the wheelhouse of the Thursday. We'll be talking about that. Also coming up later in this hour, you know, there's there's a lot of a lack of self awareness. I think what we think is hypocrisy is really self-awareness issues. And in light of all the bomb scares yesterday, which apparently have continued sadly into this morning talk about unity and common ground and come into gather. Well, last night one of the events that used to this time of year be a perennial coming together of Americana had an opportunity to do something along those lines. And instead. It did even worse than kick. The can down the road. Pete on us and told us it was raining. We're gonna talk about that a little bit later on. But let's first begin with. Here's what's happened while we were away. What happened while we were away brought to you by bombs. We still don't know for sure what's going on. If the package is being sent to various figures are actually dangerous or who's sending them. But so far the targets have been George Soros. John Brennan's care of CNN, Hillary Clinton rock Obama, Joe Biden, and Robert deniro, again, we don't know who's sending these packages. But what we do know for sure so far is Brown in color. The packages have a similar identical components and the packages all have returned dresses belonging to a prominent democratic official. That's according to NBC news that official Relator learned as Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Here are the reactions of the media and leftist politicians. There's no need. There's no reason to assume motives to assume anything at this point. But we do know what all of these targets have in common. These are all targets that have been criticised mercilessly by right wing outlets. CNN president. Jeff Zucker says there is a total and complete lack. Of understanding at the White House about the seriousness of their continued attacks on the media. This is political terrorism. This is American terrorism. This is red versus blow terrorism. Jennifer Rubin is correct. We've never seen a mass assassination attempt on this level before. And we have to do everything we can to bring our country together. We also have to elect candidates who will try to do the same. You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for Schumer. And Hello say time and time again, the president has condoned physical violence and divided Americans with his words and actions of support for the congressman who body slammed a reporter neo-nazis who killed a young woman and Charlottesville and his supporters at rallies who get violent with protesters dictators around the world who murder their own citizens referring to the free press as the enemy of the people speaking in Wisconsin speaking, quite hypocritically, I just have to say he talked about explosive devices being center former government officials he made no mention of explosive device sent to this building behind me the headquarters of CNN news organization, he routinely attacks. He calls reporters the end. Emme of the American people, it appears making Kelley as being forced out of NBC. She had to apologize earlier this week for these comments. Because you do get in trouble. If you are a white person who puts on the alleys or black person who puts white fatality like I was a kid. That was okay. As long as you addressing character NBC announced the rest of the week of her shows will be taped the so called experts on Trump over the New York Times wrote a long and boring article, and my cellphone usage that it's so incorrect, I do not have time here to correct it and have only one seldom used government cell phone story is so wrong. The Boston Red Sox invited members of their two thousand four curse breaking team to throw out the ceremonial first pitch during the World Series. They forgot one person though. That's correct bloody sock schilling. But don't worry. It's not out of spite, according to management, the national debt has reached over twenty one point five trillion dollars and finally the centers for disease control and prevention warns against dressing up pet chickens for Halloween, and that's what happened while we were away in two minutes. Or less. We're going to have some more thoughts on this around of bombing threats. The AP has reported here this morning that this suspicious device or powder that was sent to CNN was actually not a bomb. According to their source, Fox News research, just put out a summary of what's happened over the last couple of days, the package bombs have included PVC pipe fireworks powder glass shards as shrapnel small like watch battery digital clock bridge wire initiator slash detonator covered. Also with black tape all packed in envelopes wind with bubble wrap. And I liked this series of questions. Sean Davis at the federalist put out here. Just a couple of minutes ago questions that need to be answered here sooner rather than later did any of the devices contain more than trace amounts of explosives than any of the devices have a blast. Acting cap slash detonator were any of the devices properly wired. That's a really good question to get an answer to obviously. Because that's the difference that that speaks to intent. Right. That speaks to whether this is. You know, a prank that is sadistic or this is an actual attempt terrorism did any of the devices have the capability to explode. So we're gonna talk a lot more about this later today on our roundtable at crtv. As more details begin to emerge, and we're going to hold off giving any opinions on this for as long as we possibly can outside of those details, and again, you know, the the lack of self-awareness here from every side of this. The particularly on the media side of this is just. I don't even know what to say. Honestly, we've never seen a mass assassination attempt like this June two thousand seventeen. And I was actually on CNN the following Sunday on a panel on reliable sources, and what did we talk about that day gentleman? Eight honing down the rhetoric following a mass SAS nation attempt. So. The Megan Kelly thing, I'm not even a huge Megan Kelly fan. She's she's actually if you if you washed her show on FOX she's fairly progressive in many of us. She's just. I would say maybe more aggressive version of Jake tapper. She's just doesn't like or spunky that's description. I think I've never understood that conservative obsession with her. She's really opposed to numerous causes that we believe in. But I do think she has critical mind. And I appreciate that. I do think she is interested in in in dispensing with double standards. Did you? See the way along those lines. There's dressing up when I watched that clip. I think I I'm watching her describe dressing up as a black character. Who has a black face when I think of a black face think of Ted Danson that stunt years ago when he was dating we'll be Goldberg got trashed for. I think of, you know, racist caricatures like Amazon, Andy, you know, Al Jolson jazz singer from another era that kind of what you think when you think of that. Yes. Is that what do you when you see when you hear black faces a millennial Aaron what do you hear these? Okay. I mean, I don't actually think that. But that's the way the word is used now. So. My all time favorite Halloween costume as a kid one of the few. I can remember is I was ten years old nine hundred eighty three and we lived to or nine years old nineteen eighty-two and we lived in Orlando, Florida. Well. Kisa me to be specific. And the incredible TV show was you know, the big thing on Friday nights, along with dukes of hazzard. Remember those days and the good thing about Halloween in Florida is it's still eighty five degrees. And so my mom. Essentially handcrafted me an incredible whole costing. And she. We had you know, tore out the sleeves and the cutoff pants 'cause you freeze trick or treating like that at night and Orlando Florida, I was actually gonna feel pretty cool and she went and got face paint. And I mean painted my whole body. My arms were green my face was green. My legs were green. Every part of me that was not covered by shredded clothes green. And we dyed my hair, the Lutheran no kind of orange tint, you know. And I mean, I I I was nine years old. It's one of the very few Halloween costumes of my childhood. I can remember because of the effort my mom put into that. If if if I'm dressing up as somebody in a way that is honoring of a character that is of a different skin pigment. I'm trying to figure out why is that racist? It'd be if my kid came to appropriating, your culture and showing dominance over that culture. Steve. Okay. So if my kid comes to me and says if Noah comes to me and says, you know, I want to be Jon Stewart Greenland and for next year, and he doesn't wear a mask, you know? Do I tell him? You can't be because if he walks around in a green lantern costume, and he's white. Everybody's going is anybody going to for of of anybody knows the Jon Stewart Greenland, it is. But those who do who who know anything about the green lantern corps. They're gonna sumit's the how Jordan green lantern of our childhood. And if he insists when he goes to knock on the door. No, I'm John Stewart Greenland, and it's why I'm not wearing a mask in like who's the Jon Stewart Greenland, he says the black one. And like isn't more racist to be the black character when he's white? I can't follow all of this. I I wanna tell me what I don't know what any of this means let me let me educate you, Steve. It's it's like, I said don't show dominance when you when you appropriate another culture, especially if you're Anglo actually only if your angle Anglo when you appropriate and other culture like using black face or using any character or any customs or food or cultural norms or trinkets or anything from another culture, you're showing dominance over that culture because for centuries Anglos have oppressed, those of different colors, especially black. And so when you do that, you're fending some people because you're probably triggering them. And it brings back so many memories, and you just can't do that. Because because we don't want our feelings to get hurt. Steve. That's why that's why. So my knowledge -ment. That in this particular area your way of life is superior to mine. So I want I want to embrace it an emulated which is inactive submission, I'm embracing emulating. You don't think about it? That's that's a pressure. Don't think about it. You're just racist. Okay. Don't think about it. You just racist? I really I know I know on our side, we well, if you're just not a cultural Marxist. They just get to call you racist. No matter what. And I know that there's truth to that. I can promise you. There's very few people in conservative media with the platform our size or bigger that has done more panels on MSNBC the last seven years than I have. Okay. So you guys, I I don't I I don't need Maga Mago Maga forever on Twitter with their fourteen followers to send me an Email and explain to me how the game works. I was in the front lines of this long before Cheeto Jesus came down the damn elevator shaft. Okay. But there's gotta be more than that. Okay. If we asked them. What they seriously with their issue. Seriously was with someone saying, you know, I kind of really liked the way your culture presents this or cooks this dish, or or this particular ideal, and I kind of want to pattern my own self after it, why would that be offensive because they hate you is there's no reason other than that. No, okay. If that's the only reason I'm fine with it. I just don't want to we don't like Strom in on this show. We don't do straw, man. Now that doesn't mean by the way that sometimes the one dimensional argument isn't all right. We're not saying the one dimensional arguments. Never true. We're just saying it's real easy to jump to that. And you wouldn't want people win dimension -ly shallowly show in shallow vape add manner defining who you are. And what your motivations are? Neighbors. You love yourself. I wasn't doing that a few minutes ago. I'm actually giving you the intersectional argument as to why they will say back to you. What I just said if you minutes ago you can't win this game. The only way to win is not to play and then destroy the game. Because you are simultaneously being told all the time by the same people that, you know, movie theaters networks, they're racist. If they don't have enough of X Y Z people in their movies. So you have to make these things. But then you also can't dress up like them or look like them, or if you're doing show about a gay character that character can't be a straight person playing them. That's an this isn't a possible. I mean it impossible game to win the question. You should ask these people why why should Disney be even if you can't dress up as a character? Why why aren't you protesting? Disney for making these movies at all if the very act of embracing a culture on any level by the pale face is somehow a violation. Don't play this game. Don't over think. It don't think about it at all defeat it period. So based on what you just said, it appears Megan Kelly has made the mistake here that a lot of your progressive kind of Republicans make with these leftists in in the assumption that we are the radicals where the crazy people for pointing out who these leftist stars. You're just it and that they can be accommodated, and it can be met halfway, and they can be satiated and so-. Megan Kelly goes to NBC the ratings have not been good. But you know, what? Nobody NBC's ratings in their news department is good guys. Like, if you took the total viewership of all of the the three major networks morning shows the today show CBS news this morning. Good Morning, America. If you took their total total viewership, it would be something like twelve percent. The people that voted in the last election. None of these ratings or any good. None of mar. But but she was a big prize a paid what was seventy million or so. All right. So seventy million or whatever for her. They bring her in the ratings or bad, but but they can't she's a woman. And so in in way, the this intersection -ality standard, you guys are defining has probably protected her a little bit, right? So they can't get rid of her for bad ratings as a woman because every woman and man on the air NBC has bad ratings because they all do. Okay. So he can't get rid of her for just performance. So the kind of needed to step in it, basically, they need her to violate the rules of engagement along the lines of what you just described. She went right up to that line in the cabin on hearing should we sat here and watched at that day in the studio, and she was the only person on the panel. That was adamant you don't just you. Don't believe all women women can lie. All right. I'm a defense attorney. She's like, you know, you get you get to defend yourself number we wash all that. Right. So. She he she kind of went up to the probably what the acceptable line for critical thinking is permitted over there thirty rock by going there. And then it was just a matter of. She played in traffic violated the very laws of intersection alley that probably stopped it from getting cancelled a year ago when our ratings have been terrible this whole time. And that's just kind of gave him the excuse. They were looking for is that kind of what you're saying here. Yeah. I am. You know that Seinfeld episode where Kramer refuses to wear the ribbon, and that's no the mob of that was part of the the cause du jour who who will know where been this. This is where we live. She she made the mistake of thinking she could go in in there. And and that is on her and ultimately triangulating her way through this. Again, that's impossible when they hire somebody like her one of their hopes is that they get to alternately do this to her when she was going one second Aaron see that again when they bring Megan Kelly or other people like her on who in some way, shape or form can be legit. Identified with the things of the right? I think she can she came from FOX. She get some Street Cry from his. Yeah, they there are many of them who are hoping that sooner or later they get to do this to her. I wanted you to say that again one because it shocked me to hear you say it loud. But to I wanted our audience to watch you say again. Or if you're listening to the podcast, and I tune, Stitcher, Google, play Spotify, etc. Here you say it again because I wanna make sure they understand whether you agree with what he just said or not this isn't you're not thrown some click bait out there, your this isn't your hot take. They tried to do it to meet I saw this with my own eyes. I saw them tell me things that made it abundantly clear that they just couldn't flat out say what they were trying to do to me. But I've I've lived so they want to have scalps. This is who they Meghan Kelly's mistake. Therefore, in your mind was getting into bed with these people in the first place is that. That's one of them or going in there, and assuming she'd be treated professionally fairly if you're going to take this job just go in there. You can't give a damn you can't. And she I mean, she kind of took the edge off. I think she thought she could be fun and likable and dance. Every once in a while. No. Yeah. That that that that gives if she was she would have had the same would everything would be true about what I would said. But she would have a better chance survive longer if she appreciated who they were and just was flat out better at that than I I know you think you're bad. But now, you're not as bad as me. I mean, you're never gonna corner me. And they're gonna get me, you, that's the attitude if you're going to go in that's the attitude days like your full of it. I'm walking off your show live. That's the attitude. You have to be willing to go in with not that they're ever gonna hug you. And like you they even the ones with a smile. On my face. And I've just been around these people a lot it's I've just happened to work up until this point most of my life has been spent being the the right wing guy in left wing dominated things and the cult the personality is only getting more wicked. They hope that sooner or later, they get to do this to you. All right. I'm sorry. You were gonna chime in go ahead. Oh, no. I mean, it was nothing is eloquent as Todd. But it is the analogy. I mean, she sitting here on that roundtable, you know, why is it racist? This is the way things used to be when I was a kid and at that point everybody else on the panel is going all idiocy the doctrine idiosyncrasy. Why come you know, gotta tattoo. That's that's basically what we just witnessed there as well. And as far as what Todd is saying that is an incredibly incredibly salient point. We just talked on before you came in the other day. Steve we talked about Rhonda's Santa's during his debate gubernatorial candidate during his debate with Andrew. Zillow Gillam the other day. It wasn't the most recent one. But it was the one I think over the weekend. We're he was asked about whether or not Donald Trump is a good role model for children. He came out. Totally flatfooted started talking about Trump moving the embassy to Jerusalem. How are you not prepared for those types of questions, you're not prepared? If you're not going into that environment. Knowing who you're up against you are up against basically, everybody, probably if the media is at least an extension of the national media down there in Florida. How do you come out flat footed, how are you not prepared for stupid questions like those that is that those are the type of attitudes that we need to have when we go into this arena. Not that we always need to be paranoid all the time. But just be prepared that you're not going to get a fair shake ever ever. Ever ever gets it? So Megan Kelly's mistake, you're was she thought she could find a middle way. She thought she thought she could find she thought she could give them David Gergen's politics without David Gergen's or Ana Navarro's slavishly slavish devotion to their narratives and talking points and non critical thinking, right? And that have if she gave them a half offering. And should be treated fairly and welcomed into the tribe. And that's just not how this world. Well, she also kind of believed her own horse Puckey that she somehow transcended something by how big she got at five snooze. That she got big because of we live in the silos and echo chamber. She she had to be at Fox News to be which he became if if she came up through the ranks anywhere else. I she's she is smart. She is talented. She's clearly beautiful. So she has the package to be successful on some level. But she reached demi-god status because she was at I think that's an excellent point to her success at FOX, I think is because the audience recognize that she was more of a progressive, and therefore her willingness, you know, FOX has has people that you know, that all these networks hire people from the other side of the political aisle to essentially before heels, and sometimes they're hired to your you. Are you are there, and you can really give your company line from your perspective? And sometimes you're there so that so that you're the you're the Republican contributor on CNN. So that they can say they can trot you on to rip the Republican. Narrative that day when they need you to and you're the democratic contributor at FOX. They can trust you on to rip the democratic narrative day when they need to Kirsten powers you were talking on the spot yesterday. They used to be her role on FOX. That's when she wrote the book, you're talking about silencing Kirsten powers was brought it was was there her role on FOX was to be the former Clinton east who had had a Christian conversion and was there to to talk to her friends on the left about how they were going to far, right? That was a role. And yes, this stuff is scripted as orchestrated guys. I mean, I had a producer at a major Cable News Network when I went in there for an interview towards the end of the two thousand twelve election who literally told me that the direction they would take their channel would depend on the election results. She told me that right there to my face. This is all this is all pro wrestling. This is not new it's infotainment is done for your particular audience and the audience that they want to reach. It's not even done for a mass audience. It's for the audience they want to reach and if even degenerates no rating say CNN, there's somebody that CNN. Say sheeting, they're satisfying with with the driving into the ditch of their credibility. They're doing on a daily basis. And that's what this is. It's the term buddy, David. Yep. And us the other day. This is yellow journalism is most of what we're talking about. And for all the problems, we have with media bias in the cable news is the is the it's the eighth ring of hell, it's the it's the darkest of the dark. It's not darkness before the dawn and cable news. It's the darkest. That's pitch-black nothing. Nothing. It's a black freaking hole. And is that a racist statement now using that comparison? So her mistake was she misread her success. This the fact that she was sort of the Jake tapper of FOX conservatives like watching her because you almost felt like if our narrative past her smell test, and we were right? It's saying that was the role. She played. And. I think she thought she was going to get to this on the other side and present herself is more likable and that awful gift with her and Rhoda. That's her name is at rota, the gal that should that. She does that morning show with. I think is okay. But. The reality is when she began to think, this was her success was ever about an honest presentation of her intellect ability. That's when she. That's the mistake that she made. Right. Well, one of the mistakes, she made absolutely absolutely. So is. Given all the advantages, you articulated that she had I think this is an important conversation about media culture. We're having right now, given all the all the advantages, she brings to the table at you, articulated a minute ago talk could a case be made that if if she can't navigate the media culture, you're describing. There's almost no hope that almost anybody. That was that would not be willing to conform to the board would be able to do. So the media is just you just don't ask Todd media's just I it's it's an extension or maybe the mouth of the river of of the rest of leftist culture, you look at this. And academia, you look at this any other institution that the left at progressivism has taken over. It is not America Crecy. It is it is. It is. It is the totem pole of of intersection -ality it if there's a word for that. Inter sexuality Oxy that is what it is. You will only get so far as your status on the intersection -ality, totem pole will get you. There is no room for merit anymore. She is okay. Let's put aside the looks for for for now. She's just good. She's intelligent. She's she's I think objectively she's our ticket. She can deliver news cash. She can deliver a story. Really? Well, and then I add to that the fact that she's a woman that she looks good, which is which are important thing is a visual visual medium. She has all of the things that you just articulated in. I did as well that would lend itself to being very successful in that environment. If it were America Crecy, but it's not because it's just an extension, and or the mouth of the river of the rest of progressive culture, and that progressive culture. As no room, no room for honest assessments, no room for anything that resembles objectivity because it is a Colt as we've discussed numerous times. This is why we've had what you just said is why we you guys have worked for over two years now mount of times we've discussed Megan Kelly, ever, go. To gosh. The only time we've talked about it in any significant amount was after the initial presidential debate hosted I other than that. I have no recollection. And that's because if what you just described I really don't care what happens to making Kelly's career, it's not my business, and I'm not never been a huge fan of a work. Anyway. But it speaks. We're we're we're getting a window to the soul of left us subculture here. Now, the mainstream media cultures newsroom culture, it's one of the central hubs of the leftist hive mind, and we're kind of getting a chance to see how it operates how the sausage is made in the way that that she's being treated has reprecussions. I think for a lot of us if these kinds of people gain total cultural hegemony along the lines Aaron just said. Here's the reason. We dispense fifteen minutes talking about Megan Kelly, and I think you actually had something else. You wanna ask me about this topic? But here's why this is important for our audience in for us to have this conversation amongst ourselves as those who live in the other America, the what's left of America. Right. So our show position is there are two Americas right now, there's the left America. And then there is what's left of America? Okay. For those of us that live in the what's left of America. You know when we hear? We talked about the Catholic church sex abuse candle. And one of the reasons we talk about it is because it's in the context of this is this is an institution that the culture looks to forgotten healing Justice to to light the way in these matters. Right. And. When they are in a position of prominence and influence and power to to light the way on that path. You bet it's news when they send us down the wrong road. Or when we have know. Protestant televangelists pilfering people, you know, ladies out of their retirement and things of that nature. These are in in the what's left of America. The church is a is an institution of prominence and influence in in that American culture. And so you bet the rest of the culture tends to and should pay attention to how conducts its affairs internally and treats other people to kind of get a hint about whether if it's my turn to deal with that institution. How might they treat me? What might they offer me going with this in in the in the left America, the media, the mainstream media is one of those? Is is is is a church in kind of institution in that America. And. I think as you're watching them relate to somebody who attempted to bridge this divide between these two Americas who attempted to have a foot in both of these camps. And you're watching the way they're treating her right now. If in this was after they essentially would her seducer in a way in term. I mean, they would hurt to come hither to come to join us. She walked away from FOX to do to go into this. And so somebody that they targeted somebody that they that they looked at and said, hey, we think this is the person that can bridge the divide between these two audiences. If they're good treat her this way. Then I think for the rest of us it it's new it's noteworthy to pay attention to what they might do to to to those of us who who won't even attempt to meet them halfway who openly oppose them. What do you think they might do to you if they're gonna if they're gonna do this that they wooed and seduced to come and join their team, right? That's exactly right. And that's why I just wanted to at least get a chance to ask you a two part question. And it's alternately a rhetorical question. The first part applies to me you've known me now for a long time. I mean, at least a decade and a half, you know, my capacities in terms of a writer thinker things like that comes razor per day of this. Is there any way I could have a twelve year career at the divine? Register and still alternately be forget, not necessarily become an editor or anything like that. But still be at the same level as as I started at when I was twelve years into it. But you've worked there. So you know, is there any explanation of and the fact that they ultimately liked Pershing me like they purge merge. Megan Kelly, and part of this is there any other explanation for the fact, and you didn't get a chance to talk about this. But you should that a walking talking fricking statue named Curt Schilling was not throwing out a first pitch with his team. Is there comes razor on either front? Is there any explanation other than the fact that you are marked well for those of you that are new to our show here on the live on the blaze one of the one of the our our mottoes that we didn't get to during freshman orientation last week is that autumn's autumn's razor is always in effect. And for those that don't know what that's a reference to comes razor says wind out the the explanation or conclusion that requires the fewest assumptions as the most likely always true. Okay. And another words the one that takes the fewest leaps in order to arrive at I've used this analogy to explain. Razer before remember the show the x files, right? So moulder just looked at lights in the sky and and crop circles and decided to plus tweak was four aliens are among us Sculley didn't want to believe aliens were among us. So she would come up with seventy five different theories that required ninety seven steps to arrive at all right win by the end of the show. You realize it's just a lot simpler to believe in what agreement. Species the rube Goldberg machine. Yes. So OXFAM's razor on motorcycle. That's kind of what you're testing to. And if I didn't have my own experience and think to say, this is your friend, and you would say this to me too is. You can't allow what happened to you at any anger or resentment. You may or not may or may or may not realize or wanted to admit to cloud your judgment, which is why if I had a similar situation that the Moines Register where they came to me for years ago. Like NBC news came to Meghan Kelly, and they're managing editor literally came and took me to lunch sent me down. And look me in the eye and said to me, we just had an Iowa caucus Eichel and our readership was way down because Brock Obama was up for reelection. And so he wasn't challenged and Republicans don't read our newspaper. You've got a national name amongst conservatives in Iowa, we want to bring you in a columnist, and we've seen you interact, as you know, with MSNBC in the last election and stay conservative without treating people poorly and being respectful, and and you have a mass audience in our state. So we think you're a good bridge similar conversation right with Megan Kelly and NBC news. We think you're a good bridge to reach an audience at his turned us off. Off. And I sent them the first column which after they announced it on the front page of the newspaper made a whole big deal about we're hiring Steve days to be our New Sunday columnist at the Moines. Register and the first column I wrote was not even actually going after the left. It was attacking Republican governor for the right from the right for not keeping his promise to shrink government defined Planned Parenthood. They never ran the column never explain to the audience publicly why they never ran McCollum. And then when I finally got them on the phone, they they they basically lied to me in open themselves up to all kinds of potential legal action. I could pursue because we had a contract is. But I just it wasn't worth it to me to pursue it. And and frankly, their parent company Gannett USA today called and offered me a chance to contribute to them, which is a bigger platform anyway, and that that means more the the platform means more to me than winning appoint a lawsuit. So I just let the whole thing go. So if I if I didn't have that experience myself with them, then I might be more inclined to say boy, you sound like you still might be a little bit angry about what happened there. But since I have had that. Experience. I know there's if you do sound angry about what happened to you. There's justification for it. Because the same thing happened to me. And it's it's right along the lines of what is when on here with Megan Kelly. What you're describing my point. How else do you describe this? And I'm glad you brought up Curt Schilling. So for those of you that don't know we just started at crtv. We started a new sport show that Curt Schilling and I do every day. It's it's real simple. We talk sports, and it is just about sports. I mean, my my the number one thing when crtv asked me if I would do the show number one real I had I'm not I'm not doing right wing sports talk. Okay. And God bless those that are out there doing it that are kind of doing the end ESPN Jiang. But for me, I get I do politics. I've done politics fulltime for a living for fifteen years. It's never been more toxic than it is right now. I need a scape. So that I don't allow this to consuming. So I was willing to do this. If it would be an escape. Mean we're gonna talk sports if you want me to do the right wing fact, checking of ESPN, I'm out go get somebody else to do that. It'll probably have a huge audience. There's definitely a market for it. I just emotionally mentally spiritually. I I'm injecting enough of this toxin every day on the front lines. I don't need another outlet. You know, I don't need another main line of political talk city into my veins, go get somebody else. And they're like, no, no, no. We want to do just to show that just talk sports, right? Then we're going to do it. And so all Curtin, I do is for twenty five minutes every weekday at crtv dot com is I come up with a list of sports topics with his guidance, and we get to as many as Reagan when twenty five minutes is done. We're done. And even though Kurtz got a podcast with Breitbart and some other folks he works with where he is, hyper political and partisan and everything else he enjoys the heck out of it as well. Because he he loves sports. It's it's an escape. It's a lot of fun. I mean, yeah, Steve's just his analytical mind, plus the perspective that Kurt brings being world class athlete. It's a lot of fun. So I've gotten to know we've not yet met in person. But in this day and age, you can guess you get to know people out more because of the digital age in which we live, you know. So I've gotten to know Kurt a little bit over the last few months, we launched the show in July and him, and I built a really good report. And. It's just a great, dude, man. He's just if you never listened to his political podcast at all. And you sit down and talk to him about dude stuff and sports stuff and his sons and his family and stuff. You would just be like he's just like every other cool, dude you've ever met that's such an important point. Because all of us in this room. We have no problem putting politics down and just talking about. That's the big one of the biggest sake. Can't stop. Won't stop. And we heard a lot of talk yesterday from the former vice president Joe Biden and a lot of others about the need for more civility the need for more unit unity. We heard a lot of talk about that yesterday in light of all these bomb threats we dealt with in in our in our political culture. Well. Tell me a place where other than the military, and that's going away. Tell me a place other than the high end achieving clubhouse locker room of a major college or professional sports franchise. We're guys from literally all over the country. And in case of major league baseball nowadays. All over the world. Now are coming from multiple hemispheres, religions belief systems setting those things aside over the course of one hundred sixty two games for the common goal of getting to this point in the season right here the World Series. Tell me tell me where would be better example to set for the culture of carrying out those calls for unity, and and perspective than that. And last night. The Boston Red Sox had a chance to do that. And they had a ceremony to honor the oh, fourteen that broke the curse a bunch of came out there and through the remonial first pitch and a guy that just lives. A stone's throw from Fenway park. Kurt lives on a farm outside of Boston never got invited. And you didn't hear about it from Kurt. He didn't bring it up because he won't because that's just not who he is. In fact, I got a text room last night at dinner. He goes, I just got home with the family. I saw I'm training number one on Twitter. What did I do? Okay. Well, he didn't do anything. What happened is Dan Shaughnessy the great sports writer at the Boston Globe pointed out that of all the luminaries on that team. Who were who were there to throw out the first pitch? There was one glaring omission. And it was the guy that pitched arguably you could make the case since Don Larsen's perfect game. The only perfect game in World Series history. You can make a case the most famous pitching performance we have in the in the in World Series history. Since Don Larsen's person perfect game was crucial exploding. Is one of the singular greatest moments in modern baseball history. You're the baseball fishing. I don't tell me I'm wrong. I'm certain it's certainly it's at least in the conversation. You're I mean, you're downplaying it. It's it's it is the conversation. He is responsible. He literally he literally wrist fourteen million dollar a year career that night. Life changing amount of money is how he Mandel used to say deal deal. He literally risked that that night to pitch that game. And to win that game. And to get that franchise over the hump and to win that ring. And he was also involved in the post nine eleven World Series with the Diamondbacks and the Yankees when that did help to bring the country together after a cataclysmic moment. In for the Red Sox to leave him out of there. And then claim they forgot. It's so demeaning, so dishonest Kurt won't say this. So I will. When people are this dismissive of you that they won't even tell you the truth anymore. That they don't think you're worth saying. You know, we just your political opinions are really charged and we didn't want to risk getting booed out here. And we want this to be a great event. And that's why we didn't invite you. But when they when they think when when they when they think so little of you there beyond patronizing that they literally they don't even just pee pee on until you. It's raining. They hold your mouth open while they urinate in it, and then tell you it's raining. That's that's that's the level of playing you for a fool that happened here. And. If we can't if we can't set politics aside, if you know, Curt Schilling for five minutes the last thing he was going to do is run out on that field with a Maga hat. Okay. Or an infidel t shirt like he wears on his Breitbart podcast, he understands he's guys he lived. He lived for eight months out of the year for twenty years of his life in one of the most diverse one of the most contain combustible atmospheres. You could imagine a major league baseball professional major league baseball clip where these guys travel the country together and live together eight months out of the year from spring training until they go home in the fall. So the idea that he would not understand the occasion, he wouldn't understand that this is not the time and place to have these iron out these things he would have gone out there. Just like those guys did and I asked him today. So you're you had a forty man roster on the oh for Red Sox. You're the only conservative the only Republican on the roster, of course, now and just on. On Tuesday, we did World Series or you guys did your World Series preview and asked him what is favorite memory of the World Series was. Yeah, I think he understands the Cajun that it is because his favorite memory of the World Series was going and spending time with first responders, and and different law enforcement around New York after nine eleven and recognizing that baseball gave him that opportunity to essentially be unified. That was so, of course, he's not going to go out there and just abused the occasion. This was a political statement made by major league baseball. This was right back to autumn's razor. Let's that's all bad. It was period end of sentence. And that's the thing when when they won't even give you when left America won't even give you the courtesy of opposing you honestly to your face anymore and treating this is a guy that risked his career his future. Earning potentially played in the majors five six more years after that night. Treat them like a man, you know, what I'm saying? At least man up say to him Kurt. You're politically combustible were pretty blue state got an election in two weeks. And it's just, you know, meant you made your bed. You may you get you chose to get political that you made that adult decision now, we're gonna make an adult decision. We don't want to hear some of our fans Boone you at Fenway park. At least treat him like a man taught at least do that. But to to punk him like that when they when you go to that card. Screw your calls for civility. I'm not even a human being to you. I'm not someone even worthy of of addressing man to man and treating me like a man and being honest with me that you just think you can punk me like that. And then and then this is the seventh grade. Well, we forgot we just forgot about him. You know, what man screw every last one of you? And he won't say it. So I will screw every last one of you for that at least man up and be honest with him. He. You owe him that for what he did for your team your city your franchise history because not a damn one of those guys on that field. Last night would have a ring if it weren't for Curt Schilling in, you know, why they do this for one of two reasons why they do this the way that they did that to Curt Schilling. And this type of thing has happened before the reason why people progressives do this the way they do this without saying or just being on you and telling you, it's raining is either one true believers and progressivism, so they're willing to take a hit a PR hit after that or two they know that there's not going to be one. That's one of two reasons. Either one is chilling. I know you absolutely wanted me address this topic on it by needed it. Basically just by leading into it. You gave me the opportunity, and it's about what you said about if they do this to him. I mean, really he's a walking talking statue as close as we have to in major league baseball because of that event. I mean, there's nothing in sport that quite compares to that three. Oh comeback. That was impossible the impossible happen in the Red Sox did it and they're here in the World Series again, and to not be able to honor that in any way, again, I don't I don't know alternately what the players out on the field new. But if if they in fact knew that this was going down and showing wasn't going to be there. If they knew that ahead of time, I'm disappointed on all of them for stepping out there and not standing with their brother in arms, that's a shameful. That was my concern too. I asked her on our taping this morning if he's heard from some of his former teammates, and he said, yeah, nothing I wanna share. But. He's heard from quite a few of them that were supportive because I'm with you on that man that I've got to believe they didn't have a clue that that was going to happen. I have to believe that. And if if they did, and they still went out there and acted like, it was okay, man. I don't care that. I never made it to a major league bait that's dude code violation. I I don't care if it's literally there's a there's a brotherhood thing there, man. You don't you? Don't let them again. None of those guys would have rings. No. And there's a German new Dino Velten song, it's taking pleasure and other people's pain. That is at the heart of progressivism. And we've laid it out case by case today. Our to is next year live on the blades on demand, crtv theology Thursdays. Stay tuned. And we are back with our two of the day show live on the blaze on demand at crtv. Let us know what you think about what we think. Steve at Steve day. Studt com is the Email address. You can like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter at Steve dais show. Last name spell DAC. Well, it is a theology. Thursday, our weekly segment devoted to theology. Or the study of God because he's kind of important here on the show and David Limbaugh who has of course, written numerous near times bestsellers, but the last few years has delved into the theological room with a series of books in the latest was just released earlier this month. It's called Jesus is risen Paul and the early church and David joins us here today on the show. Good to see my friend. How are you? Great. Thanks for having me. I know I talked to you when you first started this series. But this audience hasn't heard us have this conversation yet. So let me ask. The question again, David what what was the prompt for you to sort of make this transition in your writing into the into these strict theological room. What prompted this? Well, when I became a Christian in my mid thirties. I was so excited about the Piff ni that the bible really is the word of God Jesus as son of God. I was raised as a Christian, but never really embrace the God of the bible, even though I believe in God. And it was just because I was negligent and getting around doing my due diligence more than having investigated it and rejecting it. But so once I did I was excited and wanted to share that passion. So I started a book on the Old Testament, and it didn't get anywhere. I didn't have a platform and then after writing fifteen years with columns and five books on politics. I thought I better platform. So I went back to this passion and started writing Christian themed books. I was about my spiritual journey than Christ. And the. Old Testament last book was about the gospels. And this is about the book of acts history early church and six of the puzzle Paul's thirteen pistols, so I've just really haven't excitement about the bible in one a help share that passion and hopefully night an interest in in readers to read the bible more themselves. Who would you say David somebody watching or listening right now? And they're like, you know, it's a dusty book and doesn't really relate to the stuff. We're dealing with today. And it's kind of a sobs fables with God talk. And I don't see how it applies to my life. Now, I think given the book you just completed in the portion of scripture that you just wrote about you might be the most uniquely qualified than you've ever been in your spiritual journey answer those questions because when I took a group of high school students that I was teaching world U2. last year here in Des Moines, and I took them through the entire book of acts, the the contemporary parallels to the conversations were having everyday in the culture. It was stunning. And you when you go through the book of acts, and then you hop on your Twitter feed and check out the headlines, you truly see which Solomon meant by. There is nothing new under the sun. These are the same arguments we were having two thousand years ago. Yeah. And that's so true. Someone asked me what what Paul would say if he wrote a letter to the churches today are if you had an opportunity to meet with some of the churches today and experience some of these problems. I said interesting question, you know, when he wrote these letters to address mostly local concerns of churches, he's he planted and he treated them as babies he'd given birth to if you were married. If you were given birth and that when I got off the path he he was correcting them and bring him back on don't follow the false. Teachers don't fall into this trap of being lured away from the true gospel by these false, teachers and these secular pay and people who are immersed in sexual idolatry with Aphrodite the sex goddess in the city of cork city of Corinth kind of like the the Las Vegas today. And I said, Well, Paul actually would do is he would give them copies of the letters that he'd already written. He made out of known. They were going to end up in scripture and have universal applica- -bility, but God knew and God chose him before the foundation of the world to make him his primary apostle to the gentiles. And these letters do have universal ability. And and as you said, Steve, it's amazing how these problems repeat themselves. No new things under the sun. Human nature has not changed in two. Thousand three thousand years, even though our science technology has advanced we have not as human beings, David. Let's chat for a minute about the selection, which you just alluded to the selection of Paul to be this apostle to me, I think it really speaks to the providence of God the sovereignty of God, I think some people have this notion that you know, they were they were just sitting up there any turn ity, and they they spun the wheel a destiny, and they flung a dart on the board and it landed on solid Tarsus. When if you look at the first century and the culture of the day, the amount of people who had two things going for them at the exact same time. One Paul is of revered Jewish scholar theologian and apologist. So he is he is revered throughout the covenant. People of God, he is therefore he's going to be welcome to the front door of every. Synagogue in the known world just on reputation alone. But he also had something else going for him. He was a Roman citizen. And so that meant he that he could go just about anywhere in the civilized world. He had a certain level of civil rights that the average Jew did not have because of his Roman citizenship. And we see him in the New Testament use those to his advantage when he's falsely accused and imprisoned. So I would imagine the list of people in the first century who were both revered elite level Jewish scholars thinkers, theologians and leaders. But we're also Roman citizens that gave them the freedom to go anywhere. They wanted to within the gentile or non Jewish world. I gotta believe that's a real small list of people there, David. It's this isn't a random coincidence at all that this is who got shows, exactly. And he was also fluent in Greek and he was learned in Greek and even recited Greek poetry and Greek writings when he was a meeting and arguing with the Greeks and Vangelis. To them because he is philosophy was that he would meet people on their own level. So he could relate to them. Never dilute the gospel, always keep the gospel, pure, but not sweat the small stuff. I'll be all things to all people when I'm around Jews all observe their dietary laws when I'm around the Greeks recite their poems. I can relate to them plus his other qualifications. He was extremely intellectual. He was passionate. He was relentless. He was steeped in the Old Testament laws. You said a Jew of Jews affair Assi from tribe of Benjamin. And if you'll read his arguments and his speeches when he's trying to set forth the gospel. He calls on Old Testament scripture as do some of the others, Stephen and Peter when they're writing these their books are giving their speeches, and he's able to explain how the New Testament is a completion of God salvation stories part to God's two part story is redemption history the bible. It also explains how g. Sus is the fulfillment of the law. Not the abolition of the law. He's the Gaza fulfillment of all the prophecies made through the Old Testament prophets Paul has an intimate understanding of that. And so he can explain how Judy is. How Christianity is not a perversion of Judaism does not totally destroy it. It just completes it. And he's able more better than anyone else. I think to make that argument talking to David Limbaugh, multiple New York Times bestselling author his latest book Jesus is risen Paul in the early church. He's our guest today on the blaze on demand at crtv. One of the great challenges that he had to deal with as an apostle as a messenger of the truth of a new way or the way maybe is a better way of describing it was the method of communicating to different people in different settings. And I think this is something that is unique challenge for guys like you. And I that work in the media, and whose opinions are asked for on a frequent basis, but really anybody who's watching us right now or listening to the. Podcast later, David if you have a social media account, you have the exact same challenge as a believer. That Paul had as an apostle bringing this truth to the places of Corinth, which you you reference. The fact that Corinth was so depraved, even by Greek standards. They were their own verb that you were Carinthian is even by Greek standards. They thought the Corinthians were a depraved bunch you emphasise where the entire economy of the community was based on worship of false God, for example. All right. So so we I confronted with us a lot, and I have to navigate this. You know, when when Paul confronts, the Judah is in Galicia who want to worship circumcision. He snarky tells them, you know, if you'd love circumcision so much cut your penis often be especially holy right. But then he also says, you know words of love seasoned with salt. And is he contradicting himself and one of the ways I've tried to reason through this and have it apply to the way. I do my job is I think you alluded to it. A few minutes ago, Paul as a parent. You know, I need my motivation is apparent whether when I'm correcting my son after a game. And I'm like, hey, your behavior in that game was not good, and I will not tolerate it is the same as I know you tried your best. It wasn't good enough. I'm proud of you. Anyway, the same motivation when I rebuke or when I lovingly support is is love I'm rebuking amount of love because I want to get his attention because that behavior just isn't going to be tolerated. And it's to his downfall. If he continues it, and I in my my motivation is love when I when I have is back, even if he failed at something by the world's standard. And I think rather than try and have this scorecard of how nice can be nicer than God. Can we be meaner than God? I think to have the motivation of God, which is love whether it is a harsh rebuke, like you're the your son of the devil, or whether it is words of love seasoned with salt. I think these are lessons of how Paul and his followers had to navigate that culture. Our great guide post for those of us living in this media and social media world today. I totally agree. And all you're right point out, especially like in first Corinthians where he is sarcastic alternatively, and then and then just totally intimate and and loving. But I think what you're saying. Correct. Try to find a balance be winsome about it. But but tell the truth in love and don't don't compromise truth is trying to be diplomatic about it. Don't try to turn people off and shaming him be Christian Skuld. But do tell them the truth that they need to know. And they need to understand. I think what you see in these letters of Paul somebody who's raw just he wears his emotions on his sleeve, and he's honest about it you see how intimate how how personally grieved he is. When these people that he in the churches, he planted fall away and follow. The Judy is follow the false teachers and he's pleading with them to come back. And he's also answering the people who the false teachers who accused him of building himself up and taking money skimming off the top in these in these aid packets for Jerusalem, which he was gonna take back to that. Of course, I didn't do that. But in his response, he sometimes as you say snarky sarcastic. But he doesn't in a way I think not to be a smart Aleck, but in a way to defend himself because he's not personally defending himself as he says, I'm not I'm only boasting in Christ. But it's important that he rehabilitated himself when they've not down because if he doesn't the whole gospel could fall because it lives and dies on his credibility. He has to stand up for his own thority which received directly from Christ. And he received the gospel. I believe super nationally directly from Christ. And so he he when he went when he wrote these letters he was issuing pure doctrine. And it was critical that they not dilute perverse that that gospel, but your point about meeting the people where they are. Our Ravi Zacharias when my favorite apologised today says in another way doesn't say I'll be all things to all people as Paul said he said, no the questioner as well as the question him where he is. Yes. And you see you see Jesus do this too in the gospels often you see him return snotty question with a snotty answer or snotty question. Because if you're coming at me from snotty premise, then there's the difference between not knowing the truth and not wanting to know the truth. If you're if you're a skeptic that is earnestly seeking even even if even if you think when I believe is full of bunk, but you're interested in an earnest dialogue, man, I'll sit there, and and talk to you Mercifully and gently as long as I possibly can as long as we're treating each other like adults the minute you come at me with one dimensional straw, man arguments and snark, you see Jesus in the gospels. You see Paul in his letters? That's the tap out. That's when these guys are like, we're just. Not doing this. I'm not I'm not dealing with. Trolls and haters today. See ya. In in our situation on Twitter. It may be a little different in that. It's out there for the public to see. And we have to be careful as Christians to be good witnesses. I'm so tempted to be snarky and unload on people, and I try to restrain myself because I think in the long run it really redounds to the benefit of the message. You're trying to convey, I don't say perfect at it. But I try to be nice to people even if they're rude to me. Although sometimes I'm not I don't deny. But overall, you've got people out there looking at you. And especially if you're a conspicuous Christian out there, you're going to be held to a higher standard injustly. So, but when we're articulating our political conservatism are Christianity, I think why we have to draw sharp distinctions not allow false messages to be to to stand. I think we have to try not to meet snark with snark as our first response if we can help it. One of the things you allude to in this book, and it blew me away. When I studied the New Testament really for the first time as a believer looking to have it trance renew. My mind used one of the New Testaments expressions when Paul's expressions, one of the things that just blew just knocked my socks off is how so many of the arguments I had against the faith when I was a skeptic, and so many of the arguments I was now facing from skeptics now that I'm a believer are preemptively deconstructed and just utterly annihilated. In often. I look I look at Romans in my opinion. I think Romans is the greatest single theological theological treatise ever unleashed upon mankind. It's like the apex of Paul's understanding with inspiration of the Holy Spirit. And I look at look at every theological argument against the faith and Romans hundreds thousands of years before some of them were brought to bear confronts them and deconstructs them almost preacher naturally. I mean. It's it's incredible. When you study these New Testament works just how critical thinking they really are. Yes. And you read them at curse to you that they were written in those in that case two thousand years ago, you're going just learning about this. Shame on me. That is me when I started reading these for the first time these arguments have been questions have been asked and answered as you say preemptively in one of the things Romans is one of the six books. I do cover in the, but Jesus resum I love Romans is description of the depravity of man. And also, I believe it succinctly states Romans one eighteen nineteen somewhere around there that the glories of God's creation are so pronounced and so self evident that man is without excuse to deny is existence. I just love that. Because I believe that everybody in Neethling knows there's God they actually nightly know that the God of the bible has got even if they have a primitive understanding of who he is. And may not understand that try you nature, but we all have God written on our hearts, and to the extent that we don't know what it's because I think we're an open rebellion. Maybe not consciously. But to some extent we are. And I find that just totally fascinating and air refutable when you compare it with your own experiences. I find you know, I know in our culture of convenience today. We like everything one hundred forty characters or less bottom line, everything for me and not everything in this universe. You can do that with. But I do think I'd like to get your take on this. Whether you agree with me or not and find if you don't because I could be wrong about this. But when I get people, I get questions all the time from people, you know, is this a good shirt. Join this church, and I leave this church. Like, I'm some kind of you know, inspector twelve into Moines Iowa. But one of the things I try to give people without knowing their situation or visiting where they're worshipping which your church. Hey as your church gone through Romans ever. And when they did how did they approach? Did they take it at face value? They skip whole chapters because Romans to me you can't water it down. If you try it is. It is it's. You can't walk into geometry class and say I thought we were here to do our timetable. See what I'm saying? I mean Romans is next level stuff. And I kind of think you can tell a lot about world pasture is at by their willingness to confront tackle this and teach this to a congregation as it was actually written. What are your thoughts? I can't deny it. And and on a broader more expansive base to answer your question. I think the the question with churches are whether they are willing to address him or only willing to talk about salt might the Joel Alstine prosperity gospel. The gospel doesn't promise us, by the way will the more faith. We have the greater our lives will be in terms of material benefits quite the opposite. If we if we're adherence of the faith, and we're faithful we might experience more persecution or more discrimination, or whatever but addressing sin and addressing the questions of homosexuality and all that. We have this this pressure in the modern shirt to conform to the culture. And it's always under the pretense that you have to get word out and expand the base because you want to open up the gospel to all kinds of people in the culture, and unless you do it on their terms change the music, even dilute the message, you're not going to get them in the door. And then they'll never find Christ. I real problems with that. If it goes over the line and starts diluting the gospel or starts running away from Sam our start are saying that anything goes in Christianity or gets away from the gospel of faith alone. And Jesus Christ for salvation if it crosses those lines. It's in big trouble. But I do think you have to strike a balance. It's okay to change the music and all that as Paul said, don't sweat the small stuff. But you've got to be careful. Not to dilute got a real snick. Learn on that and address the questions of sin. We have to address them because we're all centers we fight it the power of the Holy Spirit every day of her life. Is. One of the things I think that Paul does that maybe if you haven't really studied what he writes closely is he is unabashedly confronting sin as you just said, but there's almost a rhythm. You see this enrolments? But you see this is all of his pistols. There's almost a rhythm almost like he can almost sense when those of us that have already been converted those of us that are growing in our faith are starting to kind of puff our chest out and get a little self righteous. Yeah. Stick it to the pagans stick it to those skeptics, we're scoring points here. Baby. Right. You can almost sense. He senses it and then the symmetry of his writing he will then right win. He is. So reinforced the believer camp. And so good at us up in defending our faith that they can almost smell the self righteousness Innis, coming through our pores, he then. We'll turn right and put the and the double edged sword turn it. Right back on us and say now, remember, hey, you guys aren't absolved of blame. And responsibility. In this as well. And I think that's one of the true challenges of studying the New Testament is that dining, that's a very good point. And again, he says don't boast unless you're boasting in Christ. And he's aware that and he even talks about in chapter seven, I think of Romans he does the things he doesn't wanna do scholars debated. Whether he's talking about before he was saved or after I think it's clearly after it was saved because he wouldn't even care about it more. And so he's saying Paul the most ardent Christian now after he's converted still struggles daily with sin. He's that's that's really actually ironically are paradoxically reassuring to those of us who know we still have sin in our lives and combat it through the power of the Holy Spirit. But we've got a place ourselves before the Holy Spirit. We talked about this this paradox to between effort and no effort and grace everything's free. God does all the work. Yes. But I think we have we have a responsibility to place ourselves before the Holy Spirit. Practiced the spiritual disciplines and grow more in that way and be able to combat sin more effectively powerful powerfully than we didn't. But it was we start getting smuggling complacent. Not only will it hurt our own spiritual growth, I think it's a real turn off to other Christians. It's one of the things as before I was a believer in turn me off more than anything else. And I can relate to people who still say today who aren't believers how Christians act like skulls, and and holier than thou sanctimonious, we've got a really be careful not to do that. Because of all we recognize that we're centers, and we were given the undeserved gift of salvation Jesus Christ. And Paul all mix point he's the least of all deserving because of what he did before. But boy, he sure earned it back not back, but he should give back in in great measure after he was converted. Final question. David is you got as you were going through this book and the research in the like that you did for what? What was it? That impacted you the most as a believer going through the exercise of putting this book together. Well, when I as historian Paul Johnson says there's no way to learn a subject better than to write a book on it because you have to really studied intensely in this case like you. I've read the bible and the books viable several times many times. So the Renault great a pekingese in on a micro level. But overall what happens when I do these books and what I did this. Specifically, I read the book of acts and these six six of Paul's epistles missionary pistols, once he was believed to have written. I because I wanted to keep this in a chronological context, you read these in close Jackson position in timeframe, and you really feel it you really see how things fit together, and you really feel Paul's human humanity, and how authentic human being he is. And you see how these problems are so real, and they're so related to the things that we experienced today. So the more you read this the more. Relevant. You see it is to your life and the lives of other believers and non-believers as those you approach. So my my overall profiting from this book is just getting an intimate knowledge of the scriptures in the closer. You are to to the scriptures. The closer you are to God understanding who got is. And hopefully, the better relationship you'll have with him, David Limbaugh. The name of his new book is the fourth in his series delving into theology. Jesus is risen Paul and the early church, and it's going to see my friend. Thanks for joining us here today. Very much. You're welcome. Get some reaction. What we just heard from David Limbaugh time. Let me start with you. Because there's a broader there's a broader application here in that a lot of the notions. Not all I mean, some came from lock in Hobbs and. Basquiat and others. A lot of the things we take for granted as the foundations of American exceptionalism come right out of the stuff that David. And I we're talking about today. The idea that your rights come from God are dealt right? From the idea you're made in the image of a loving God. The fact that he sent his son to die for you. As an individual shows how much the the notion of the individual matters in the kingdom of God. And therefore, governments should should align their prominence that they that they on the rights of the individual in line with with what's been demonstrated by the creator of the world through his son a lot of this civic traditions. We have as Americans come out of the conversation that David, and I were just having a lot most actually, and this has been documented I've mentioned him in his book on the show before the the now departed, Michael Novak, Catholic writer and thinker. Who wrote a great book, you gotta. God and get it. It's called onto wings scripture, and the reason that was laid out again by a lock Mont skew and others and Novak uses researchers have done a deep dive into all of the writings of the founding fathers, including the the ones that weren't for publication their diaries, everything they wrote, and and it's conclusive by five that the the the thing that the pointed to the most as the foundation of the country they were trying to create hoping to create was scripture before lock before Monto skew vaber, there is the thinkers who ultimately accented that who in their own life's head rift on that. But it was alternate -ly. You couldn't have one without the other scripture has always been foundational end up a problem. We have these. Days. I like David live uses the term intimacy, not we don't have a intimate relationship with scripture very much anymore or with our founding documents. That's why we we kind of vaguely understand notions of rights where they come from or the or the stories laid out in Paul's a pistols, but we don't know them intimately anymore as a friend, and therefore we aren't prepared in moments. This is why Catholics have saints. I a Protestants had their own versions people. They've been inspired by they hold them tear. And when they come to the tough roads in life because of that level of intimacy they know how to act they don't have to stop. I don't carry the one. No, the math is inside them that is so important to get intimate with both scripture and reason on a level that can deal with this like eleventh hour stage of a crisis in. Cher- otherwise, we will not prepared. When our moment comes. We think. Great conversation. Always love hearing from from David Limbaugh and along those lines. That's why in Todd quotes often. But that's why John Adams said our constitution was devised for a moral and religious people, and it's wholly inadequate for any other form of people. If there if there was a way to devise a secular government from a secular basis that had the amount of prosperity that our country has in the short relatively short amount of time that we've been around don't you think we would have seen that by this time in world history. It's because that it's because the basis of our founding is in these principles not just out of not just out of the philosophers. But because the philosophers who who brought to light practical five shouldn't say, practical broader principles as far as government goes. They're basis is in scripture, and we talked about this all the time. While you bring up this. You know, the scripture itself is not adequate for figuring out what the speed limit should be. But that's in the grand scheme of things. Those things are not important. It is the roadmap every significant framework of how to live with each other on this planet, and the sooner we get back to understanding that the better awful, more theology. Thursday coming up here next. I have some breaking news here. He has no mind take a little time out from theology Thursday. But there's some breaking news that I want to address that. I just shared this link up on our Facebook page just look up Steve days on Facebook. You can read this letter for yourself. But Senator Charles Grassley who is the chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee from our neck of the woods here. And I. The Senator for life has sent a letter to the US department of Justice address directly to attorney general Jeff Sessions, urging the criminal prosecution of attorney, Michael vanity and his client. Julia sweat, Nick in this letter, which I was just reading through during the commercial break Grassley accuses. I mean, this thing is about ten pages with numerous footnotes. So a lot of prophecy evidence that the Senator offers for these charges, but he wants Evans and sweat Nick prosecuted for three felonies three they are conspiracy to defraud the US government material, false statements to federal officials and deliberate obstruction of a federal investigation. So three felonies. Now, remember, Julie, sweat, Nick. She was the one that claimed bread Cavin on is Georgetown prep buddies were targeting women for their marauding band of gang, rapists. And she was she did the interview on MSNBC which spectacularly face planet and MSNBC's reporter Ed to come on screen afterwards and say, they could not verify any of the claims she made in fact, everything all their reporting contradicted or claims this was after what was it assigned affadavit or deposition? And you'll recall that when Evan came out with a sworn affidavit. Do you? Remember what I tweeted ten minutes later. He's either going to get disbarred. Yes. Somebody's done here. Yeah. Yeah. Either bread Kavanagh's done here, or he's going to be disbarred because these are sworn affidavits guys. This isn't this isn't a news release. Pardon me. This isn't. Nicole Wallis former bushy who has a Anna Navarro esque, another journalist, that's permitted Trump to make them insane. This isn't what crazy talking point. Do. I have to give Nicole Wallace to get another booking on MSNBC today. Oh, no. No, no. You're now using the machinations of the law itself, you're not using your platform as an attorney to grandstand. That's called a day that ends in y in America. Okay. You're using the machinations of the law itself to advance your political agenda. So when you start lining up, sworn affidavits, this is not this isn't minor league stuff. Now, you're using the machinations of the law. She is swearing, and I read the affidavit she swears under penalty of perjury that her allegations are true. So either he's lying. I I there Michael eighties. Totally ambulance chasing fraud. And I think do use Todd's reference to autumn's razor from earlier in the show. I think we've got do we have is this an isolated incident for Michael Eddie air. And you wanted to say what I wanna see if Todd and I are thinking the same thing. I think we probably are his odds of being the nominee. Just went up by two or three times. Thinking the same thing. Todd. I'm with you, brother. I I disagree guys. I think he's gonna get buried. I think I and and I have you know. Jeff Sessions a couple times. I don't know. I'm nearly as well as buddy Daniel Horowitz does. But I was excited when he was nominated for attorney general I thought it was maybe the best cabinet higher. Trump is made. I don't really, you know, the whole Russia collusion, and he doesn't fire. This. I can't we have we have barely covered that story on our show because I just can't I I don't know what the truth is, man. And so when when there's been major things like the Nunes newsletter we talked about that and broke that stuff down. But I just I can't get into the daily. Our position on that stuff is I'm not gonna defend Trump more than he's gonna defend himself. So if he wants to release all of the Feis documents and warrants, and we can know the truth, and they and they back him up. I'm all in on on that. But until he does that I don't know what I know. How do I know what I know? And how do I know what I don't know. It's the the story is beyond confusing. So I'm not into run Jeff Sessions because he didn't fire this guy or that guy. I don't know what the truth of that stuff is. If Jeff Sessions doesn't follow up on this. I'm all in on fire is asking three seconds. Fires ass. Three. Freaking seconds. Second favored. Yeah. Say I and the is have it. It's unanimous at some point. You know, what is Shannon joy our contributor on our day group roundtable periodically. What is your? She's got this thing on her show there in New York where she won't get into these stories until there's actual evidence. Someone's going to be held accountable for once my is that kind of her position my paraphrasing it, I think so. Yeah, I think that's actually a pretty good rule of thumb. Yeah. Her kind of thing is against some of what we said about Trump in the wiretap, and he's falsely accused and everything how what why the case the president of the United States. It can declassified anyone's anytime he wants. So what good would me other than it's good for my audience to grow it other than that. But why should I spend any of my political capital or credibility ever little? I have defending him when he. All the power to release all the evidence that would defend himself far better than I ever could. And I don't know what that evidence says until he does right, right? That's sort of what Shannon is saying here. Well. These people swore under oath these allegations. They submitted these allegations to the US government. At some freaking point the American people need to see somebody held accountable for this crap enough. You don't just sit there if we're going to be at a point in time in history now. Well, you know, it's a sworn affidavit threat of perjury days. Everybody lies. It's just like a press release just talking point, you know, what? Then officially changed the stars in bars to fricken gaggle of bananas because this we are fishery banana Republic now if we're going to let this ambulance chasing fraudster use the machinations of the law, not just his title of lawyer to get on cable news, which is the blackest of black holes in a culture going dark it to spew more bile, but we're gonna let him use the Bischel machinations of the law itself to defraud the American people and assassinate the character of people and nothing will happen. No charges, no accountability whatsoever. When we know the guy just got a four and a half million dollar judgment on vixen judgment against late from his landlord from not paying his rent. He's got millions of others of fines and liens of the guy. Is a fraud and our cable news networks just allowed him a place of unfettered prominence in the culture for months. This went on every day. He was doing multiple shows a day MSNBC and CNN in the same day. This went on and on and on. And now we're gonna let him go to the point. You know what what's the name? What's the name of the children's book to give the mouse, cookie? Why are we shocked that we let a fraudster fraud his way into a national television gig one hundred seventy four million dollars over sixty four day period of worth of media? That is incredible. That's absolutely incredible. So we're going to let him gain one hundred seventy five million dollars a free media. And then we're gonna turn around and allow him when we didn't discipline him before. And now we're going to let them use the actual machinations of the law itself to fraud, the American people hell to the no, and if sessions in those people at DOJ, they aren't on this in in ten minutes tomorrow and coming on here fire. A all enough is enough is enough people need to be held accountable for their actions. And the American people are just freaking sick of this crap dot. That earlier in the week when I we were talking about Cory Booker, and he was dealing with what I still believe. I haven't heard anything to country were anonymous accusations of what he may or did in terms of a somehow a costing a another man back in two thousand fourteen I think it was going to leave with some sort of sexual advance my comment, then was we need to take Justice as far as it appropriate along the same lines of Steve's talking to stop this kind of thing. And then we should let mercy to kick in hoping he learned his point. In this specific case. I mean, arrogant help steep Nomer see for none will be offered to you you need to absolutely follow through on this. As a matter of pure Justice. That does not apply to democrat Republican slave nor free purple or green. Cavanaugh or not cavenaugh. This is about all of us now. Otherwise, TV is exactly right. You have become a slave to tyranny if you will let the very system of government that you are by definition supposed to be the boss of so easily put you under its thumb. I am so pleased. This actually gives me a degree of hope that people are waking up. This is everybody whose instincts right here is, you know, go tribe live in your silo. You've got it all wrong. Do not do this. Because you want to see the specific guy like avid sank, even though he is everything Steve said, it is either we do this or. I already believe absolutely be. The revolution is already had had. We have lost our system of government. But this is just if we if we do not follow through on this. If we're not successful in this run. We it's just going to be that much harder to recover. Yeah. If this is not followed up on immediately, James Madison, or anyone of the founder of the founding fathers is going to come back from the dead co over to Washington say cool constitution, bro. Also, I'm out of toilet paper that that that is that is where we will be at. I'm totally with Steve this is banana Republic we already well past the banana Republic stage of this. I okay, we're since we're already giving hot takes here at this point under our law and order president with one of the most culturally conservative, I guess you could say. Attorney general's at least of my lifetime. Probably the most of my lifetime. One of the most of you guys lifetime. If he does not follow up on this is a time for us to start kneeling during the national anthem. Because this is this is this is if this is if Jeff Sessions does not follow through on this. There's no. What are we what are we doing? What are we finding for the freaking attorney general who is supposed to be a culture warrior in a Republican administration? And he doesn't stand up. If he does not stand up the rule of law. What's the what's the point? Interview yesterday with Jonathan done who does a show here for the blaze radio as well. And one of the things that came up in our conversation is that. He mentioned that he did a tour of America last year, sixteen cities across the country, and you talk to people Republicans Democrats apolitical, and when when partisan politics was divorced from the conversation, and they just discussed principles. I mean how much and how often they agreed. And he asked me, how do we tap it? How does your country tap into that? And I said I told Jonathan that the problem we have is that right now there is not a vehicle in our culture for the kinds of people. You talked about to act on those shared principles outside of the partisan political process. And that all of the vehicles are founders gave us a free press, which we spent a lot of time talking about yet again with what's going on with Megan Kelly. How that's it ankle did in the first hour. Okay. So we have an abrogated church. Who right now, the church is going insane. Over Trump are we've we've got we've got people have previous virtue surrendering their virtue. She'll for Trump. And then we've got people have previous virtue becoming social Justice warriors and abandoned the gospel to oppose Trump, right? So right now, the churches abrogating its responsibility right now, the free press long abrogated its responsibility, and is now hostile to its original founding mission. I mean, many of the institutions that are found in create the church, they they gave it a place of freedom within the community and within the culture to transcend these partisan political divides to do its job. But it doesn't the church didn't want to do its job right now. Media doesn't want to do its job. Academe Lia is hostile to its founding. The founders did create the education system in the free media. All right. But the whether the what did they created the institutions like they did with academe Lia and the media whether they provided a place of transcendent freedom for those pre existent institutions like they did the fam-. Or the church the amount the public institutions that the founders gave us access to. To protect us from something. Like what's happening to our culture right now from happening. Are not available. And so you can have all the people you want that have shared principles if they don't have a vehicle by which to act on them. It's irrelevant exercise their blogging. They're putting a Facebook status up there. They're going out into the wilderness and screaming out into the Easter. And if it's the political version of if a tree falls in the forest. We need one of these damn institutions to do its job one of. One of them. And Mr. sessions, you're Mr. law and order show us. If an obvious fraudster like Michael ebony is so able to co op the system, we know the media so far gone, and it's so bad cable news is so bad the LA times and the Daily Beast had to take time out of schilling for Democrats to say guys, this is even beyond the standards, we should accept here. This guy is a piece of s this is a piece of PU he's the Greek word since we're citing Paul so often this hour, the Greek word Paul uses in Philippians to describe his thoughts on man made religion some interpretations. It's the Greek word for human Greek word for the slaying for human waste K. That's what Michael Eddie is. And now even others on the left. They're saying there's no way we're getting a bit with this guy. We we have to have some standards here. If you allow this knuckle dragging opera craven opportunist, Mr. sessions if you allow him to walk away. From this. And say all I got was this lousy t shirt and one hundred and seventy five million dollars and free media. The incentivisation for worse versions of ebony to come will arise absolute worse. Sweat. Knicks to come will arise. Know someone will someone in this country that that has taken an oath of office. Someone one freaking person with some balls in some power. Simply say, no, no, no, no, no. I'm taking my belt off bring them a foot off. We don't do that here and someone's gonna pay and it's going to be you people like you, Mr. Kennedy who do things like this. You're gonna pay for this. Because here's what will happen. Got in trouble for this one day. I came into work when I was still doing local radio and my general manager calls me to his office. And he's like do would you say yesterday? And it's when George Tiller got killed. He has been George Tiller was. Kermit Gosnell before Kermit Gosnell. It was the Kermit Gosnell of Kansas and. A fake pro-life activist because taking risking innocent life because he went into a church and just started shooting. Other people could have been killed or hurt that you're you're a fake pro-life activist when you risk innocent life to defend innocent life. Okay. So a fake pro-life activists went in there and shot him in cold blood and a church with other people in their kill them. And that was the news of the day. I was a dressing on my show. I made it very clear that's a wicked act that is murder evil wrong. Self defense is one thing. Vigilantism is another okay. But then I also made this point that the sad truth of Mr. tillers murder, and I called it a murder, meaning this was a wrongful king killing of taking human life. The sad truth of Mr. tillers murder. Is that there are babies today that are going to be born in Kansas who I would not have been born if he were still alive, and because the law itself should have shut him down from what he was doing a long time ago and win the law will not enforce itself, and those who are given charge to enforce the law will not do. So eventually John Brown. We just had this conversation yesterday. Eventually John Brown's will emerge take the law into their own hands. Or you create in a Petri dish in a vacuum. You create the environment that causes this. Infants infestation you seated the germinated the ground, you planted the seeds or at the very least watered them. And again, if you continue to allow folks like Evans to engage in obvious fraud to use the machinations of the law itself to further their fraud, and they walk away unscathed. You will not only incentivize worse worse fraudsters than Evans in the future. You will incentivize vigilantes who will eventually say. 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Ep. 601 - Trump Derangement Syndrome and the Fog of Lies

The Andrew Klavan Show

51:19 min | 3 years ago

Ep. 601 - Trump Derangement Syndrome and the Fog of Lies

"The Washington Post where democracy dies and sanctimonious virtue. Posturing has issued new guidelines to its reporters in a pamphlet entitled why it's President Trump's fault. While PO editor, Wendy, none. Nick said he distributed the pamphlet because several post reporters were laboring under the misapprehension that some negative things that happened in the country. Could not be blamed on President Trump. No mic said he wanted to correct that impression. So the paper could once again become the go-to source for uninformed leftist with underlying mental health issues. Here's a brief excerpt from the pamphlet, quote when a lunatic who supports the president males bombs to the president's opponents that is the presence fault. Because the lunatic supports the president. When a lunatic who hates the president murders people that is the president's fault because the president is an evil Adolf Hitler like monster who uses harsh political rhetoric that creates a climate of violence when a lunatic shoots journalists because of a long standing personal grudge going back to twenty eleven that is President Trump's fault because president. Trump is mean to journalists who are wonderful in very important people charged by the constitution with informing the public. When President Trump is literally acting like Hitler with his harsh rhetoric criticizing journalists when there's a devastating hurricane that is President Trump's fault because he doesn't accept climate change which Hitler wouldn't do. Also, if he were here instead of sending President Trump to do his evil work of harshly criticizing journalists when I was eleven in my mother blame me for breaking her favorite lamp, even after I told her it was the dog that was President Trump's fault because I'm sure he called my mother and ratted me out because that's what Hitler would do unquote in a statement to his staff. Mr. Nick said, he felt it was urgent to issue the new guidelines because the Washington Post had recently descended into laughable partisan hackery that made a mockery of real journalism, which he said was President Trump's fault trigger. Warning. I'm Andrew klavan. And this is the Andrew klavan show. Thompson. All right. I am back with a horrible Clave weekend. Man. I says I leave for a couple of days. I mean, what can you people not hold this country together in my absence for just a few days. However, the good news is tomorrow is the mail back. And so all your problems political religious personal. 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You know, what are the questions? I used to get. I just told rob producers told me today that we have a policy of not naming the evildoers who do terrible things to people. So we don't give them publicity. I didn't know that. But I had already stopped doing it. And one of the reasons I stopped doing it as a crime writer, when I go around, you know, the crime rate in conferences or just any kind of thing where they were fans one of the questions, they would ask me more often than than any other was why are villains more interesting than heroes? And you know, if you think about it, you see things like, I don't know know nightmare on elm street and everybody puts a picture of what was. A, Freddie something or other, you know, with you know, Frankenstein, you think about the monster the villains of things become icons in the sometimes the heroes. Don't and they would say well wire heroes more interest wire villains were interesting than heroes. And I would always say it's because we lie about heroes. But we tell the truth about villains. We tell the truth about all the villains false all his Uman longings all the things that we came twisted in. They become Representative of things that are in us. That are twisted us. We recognize ourselves in the villain. But if we told the truth about heroes, which is what I've been trying to do for my whole career. They become far more interesting. I've written books like true crime where the villain doesn't even exist. You don't even know who the villain is. You just know about the hero because the hero's. So interesting because I tell you all his flaws, and that actually became over time that became kind of standard in TV when you had stories like sopranos and breaking bad where the hero would act and the villain would be the same guy. But that's not what I was talking about what I was talking about. It was good guys people who are good guys, but they were flawed. Maybe they cheated on their wives. Maybe they drank too much. Maybe they lied. They did all the things. People do but there was still good guys because they took that path. And the thing is good guys are unique because each one of us has a path the decency that is different from every other. So it's really the good guy who is more interesting. If if you are willing to overcome the audiences, you know, unwillingness to see his flaws if you force the audience to look at his flaws, and they see oh, he became a hero. Even though he wasn't perfect. Even though he had all these flaws because really bad guys are like the devils NPC's, the non playable character there the faceless legions of evil who all do the same thing. They all say the same thing, they whenever they contact me. I hear you know, whenever I hear from the anti-semites, you know, they all have that same snickering little demonic, giggle. And they all they all have found some line in the bible that they think justifies their nastiness. And you know, they have some set of facts, it's always the same. But, but you know, I find it. We have to talk, of course, about anti-semitism when you have a killing like the one then Pittsburgh. But the thing that I'm finding so hard right now. And I'm sure this is true of you too. As I'm finding it hard to find out. What's not happening in America? Okay. What is not happening there? We know things that are happening. We know there was terrible shooting. We know before that that Luna was sending out bombs to Democrats and. Anti Trump people. But what is not happening? Are we in the midst of a a surge of anti-semitism assured of hatred surge of violence is that really what's going on? You know, I really do not believe that I do not believe that there's this this poll from I don't know. It's one of the I guess is the anti defamation league. They've sent out this thing saying antisemitic violence has skyrocketed in the last year the whole point of it is to get Trump. It's just to say, oh, how terrible Trump is Trump is inciting violence, the the stats. They use are very very suspect. The stats they use a very suspect. They count all kinds of things they talk about the shooting in Pittsburgh's if we haven't had shootings, we've had plenty of shootings in Jewish neighborhoods before Jewish facilities. This guy, you know, had the luck of the devil, and he killed more people than some of these other shooters have. But that's just you know, that's the way these things break. But we have had this stuff before the problem. We're having the problem. We're having is the system we have fallen into. We all know it. We all know, it's true. The system we have fallen into of trying to pin our trying to pin evil actions on whatever it is. We don't like in life. It's video games. I don't like the I don't like the second amendment. So it must be the second amendment. I don't like President Trump. So it's all President Trump. And yes, do I believe the left does this more? Yes. Because I believe the left controls more of the narrative than we do the left controls more the networks, entertainment, academia, so yes, they do it more. But we do it too. And we start answering. Well, you didn't blame Obama when the five cops were killed in Dallas and all this stuff. And look we degrade ourselves. I mean for a while for a while when I talked about this while it was happening that guy Anthony Jessil mic. Remember he made that that show called thoughts and prayers and he made a joke about how thoughts and prayers. Don't mean anything and suddenly it was wrong. To send thoughts and prayers. I mean, how low does your national conversation have to sink before you can't send thoughts and prayers to strangers who were heartbroken? There's nothing else you can do for them. So you do that. So look, I don't wanna play down the evil of anti-semitism. I don't want to say that we're not angry at one another. We are angry at one another. There's a lot of anger in the streets. When you have politicians being chased at a restaurant, and you have, you know, people going on TV and saying, you know, that we should we should do more of this. We should get in people's faces. When you have the TV station telling you that because we're women accuse a man of sexual malfeasance. If you don't believe her you're not believing all women that kind of madness that insane level of debate. Where if you don't agree with something? Suddenly, I hear people saying, oh, if you if you hate George Soros, you're anti-semitic like George Soros who has done everything he can to destroy the state of Israel to destroy America. You know, but he happens to to. Be racially Jewish. It's not like he's going to Schule the guided United nothing to do with being actually Jewish. He just is racially Jewish. So if you don't like Georgia now, suddenly, you're contributing to antisemitic and the left politicises everything they do they do they do they politicize everything. But let's just stop for a minute and talk about what's not happening. Remember, we have that they had that poll some organization called more in common had that study called hidden tribes where they came out and said the thing that headlined the news about it on the in the right wing press was that people hated political correctness. Everybody was talking about people hated political correctness. But buried in there too was this fact that twenty five percent of Americans are traditional conservatives. Twenty-five percent that's quarter one in four Americans traditional conservative. Eight percent are progressives. Everybody else doesn't want to belong to any group is willing to compromise as happy to talk. They called them the exhausted majority that makes so. Just doing that's thirty three sixty seven percent. That's what I always say. We say seventy percent of America could come to terms about seventy percent of the issues. Right. So we're not living in a in a hate filled world. We're not living in a place where everybody is, you know. Screaming at each other and hates each other. That's not what's happening. Let's talk in a minute about. What is I think we have to real problems that we're really facing that we need to talk about that actually are happening first. Let's talk about problem. We don't have which is having to go to the post office post office great. They have so much to offer. But just like everything else in life. Nobody has time to do anything. It's got to be there in your computer. You need it where you can get it fast stamps dot com. Scrambles the post office is ugly. There's a little bloodshed. But they cram the post office into your computer, so you can access all the amazing services of the post office right from your desk. 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And the reason nobody wants to talk about it is because it doesn't fuel the hate machine. It doesn't fuel the outrage machine. Outrageous. What you tune in for you. Tune in for outrage. Outrage gives you a little chemical burst of satisfaction. Everybody. Wants that outrage you want to get that outrage we all wanted. I'm not talking about you. I'm talking about me. I'm talking about all of us. We all want to hear about how it's the other guys fall. And what's the stupidest thing anybody said, and by the way, we're going to get to that. Because a lot of stupid stuff got said. We'll talk about it. But but all of these guys who have committed these acts over the years as masculine is almost all of them, not all of them. But almost all of them are mentally am not stigmatizing the mentally ill boast mentally ill, people do not commit violence most mentally ill, people do not commit violence. But but because of this reluctance to stigmatize the mentally ill. We have neglected the fact that our system for taking care forcibly taking care of those who need care has collapsed. We no longer have asylums that we can commit people to we can commit them. There are a few of them. But you can't get in. It's hard. It's hard to get in anywhere. It's hard to get people to stay in there. Once they're in. It's hard to make sure they get treatment to force them to get treatment. Sometimes they get committed and they don't get the treatment. They need. We now have treatment that would work that would help people. We gotta get you know, they think that this is the left does this more than the right? They think you I contacted an expert about this over the weekend. The contact an expert in the first thing he said to me is he said I'm reading liberal, but only conservatives will talk to me only conservatives we'll talk about mental illness because we don't care about stigmatizing people because we're bums. But you know, we we don't care we want to say, look, this is the problem. These are the facts, let's fix it. When you leave a mentally ill person out on the street or out free, and he needs treatment he becomes violent. He ends up in prison. Okay. He ends up in prison. That's a nightmare. Because first of all he's already done harm to somebody. That's why he's in prison and second of all he's not going to get the treatment. He needs. We need asylums. We need a way to commit people every cop on the beat. We'll tell you. This is true. Every police officer will tell you, and what's so heartbreaking is the families of these people will tell you. They'll say I knew he was violent. I knew he was going to go bad. I couldn't do anything about it. He wouldn't take the meds. He wouldn't do it. He had to do. He would take him for a while. And then they'd make his mind fuzzy, and he stopped taking they all know, we all know this needs treatment and because the less. Won't treat will stigmatize them. What they say is everybody they'll say, well, you know, thirty percent of people are mentally ill. What do you mean? Thirty percent. Well, you know, they can't sleep at night. They worry too much. That's not mentally ill. It's mentally ill. When you think martians are living in your fillings and telling you to kill people, that's the kind of mental illness on talking about plenty of people plenty of seen people have have killed Jews because of anti-semitism, but the guy who did this in Pittsburgh. He was also crazy. And you know, you know, I mean, this is something we could work on together. You do not know even even anybody who is. If they semitism is a hatred of God, the reason people hate Jews because they hate God. Because God used the juices a doorway back into the world. He they remind us of this. They have an inculcated much of our moral system comes from Jewish thought. That's why we hate them. We blame them for killing Christ because they represented all of us in the Christ drama Christ himself, a Jew, all Jews. You'll people always quote these lines from the bible when I criticize America, right? I love America. I love America, but criticize America because I I love it because we want to fix things that are wrong with it when the Russians call me up the casually done asked me to go on their TV shows or recently, I got asked to be in a documentary that was going to be made by a guy who was sympathetic to Russia and was basically be made for rush audience. I refused. Why? Because when I criticize America in Russia that's saying something different. When you read the bible and people say things about jus, you're listening to Jews. Talking about Jews. That is different is not anti-semitism is not hateful this when Jesus says, hey, you guys you're messing up here. He's a Jew talking to other Jews. So don't tell me that this excuses. You know, some kind of foul hatred against Jewish people. It does not Jesus was ju- everything about Christianity blossoms out of the soil of Judaism. So. You know, we have the second problem. We have is. But what I was going to say about that was basically evil people have done things without being crazy. But this guy was crazy. We need a system for dealing with the other problem we have is this eight percent of people progressive radicals. I would guess ninety percent of the media. Maybe that's over doing it. Eighty five percent of the media are part of that eight percent Vatsa problem that should not be true. We cannot fix that by law because of the first amendment, but listen to the garbage that was coming out after this incident in Pittsburgh. Listen to the things people say is this one woman. Everybody's played this. But it really is worth playing this G Q reporter Julia, y'all fee. Do you know how you pronounce your name Joffe, maybe she's Jewish? She comes out and says this about press every all they want to do is blame President Trump. But President Trump, by the way, the most pro Jewish president in my lifetime, three Jewish grandchildren. Three of his grandchildren are Jews move. The embassy to Jerusalem BB Netanyahu. Can't love the loves the guy so much. It's a little embarrassing get a room BB, you know, he'd like I mean, of course, he does all Jewish love this guy. He's doing a great job for them. Here's what she said about this president one of the things that he really launched his presidential run on as talking about Islamic rattle radicalization. And this president has radicalized so many more people than I ever did. I mean, the way he talks the way he the way he had is. That's just. It's the way the way that he allows these the way he winks and nods to these groups the way he says, I know I'm not supposed to say it. But I'm nationalist the way that he hams in Hawes when he has to condemn these people and kind of gritting his teeth kind of says fine. Okay, I condemn this. But then, you know, push push back on that year of respect for her to say, the president had states is radicalized more people than ISIS is irresponsible. Now, some of you may have forgotten to ISIS because President Trump destroyed them. Okay. So somebody you may have forgotten like who's ISIS again? And remember these Calvin DOE President Trump wiped it off the face of the earth. You know, if she politics for that in that kinda creepy little apology way, they have it's not really an apology. But before she said that she tweeted out a word to my fellow American Jews, this president makes this possible here where you live. I hope the embassy move over there where you. Don't live was worth it. So in other words, it's it's the Jews fall for wanting the embassy to Jerusalem where it belongs today. When out of my way, not to bring in any cuts from MSNBC where they're just being absolutely disgusting. But I that's not the problem problems. Not MSNBC. They have they represent the eight percent. They represent that epicenters progressive radicals. That's fine. They should have their stupid little television station that they can watch. I'm completely in favor of that. It's the mainstream. It's the fact that the mainstream all saying the same thing brought in this montage from our POWs at news BUSTER. This is Sarah Sanders, we cut her out. You know, this is just the press hammering Sarah Sanders, isn't it all President Trump's fault that an anti Semite kill Jews? He's also harshly attacked some of the very people that received those platforms and this morning suggesting that the news media is responsible for for the anger in the country. What does he do that? When in the face of the pipe bombers was somebody who needs to Trump rallies. This is somebody who had a van covered with with. Attacks on the media and praise for the president on the shooter in Pittsburgh is somebody who was provoked. It seems by the caravan of the president spent so much time talking about why does he out there when you say he's trying to unite the country. Why is he out there very very first thing rallies as suspicious packages began being now, the president has held up taxi waters by name at his rallies. He stood there as supporters chant lot up in reference to. He teased call. Bill the president stopped using that language in light of these individuals weren't arguing shouldn't reserve the term enemy for people who are actually the enemy of the United States rather than journalists. So let's remember I always liked to go back down memory lane. Let's remember what Nancy Pelosi said when the Bernie grove shot up congressman at the Virginia ball field. Right. And they asked her they said, well shouldn't have left toned down its rhetoric. Somebody actually asked had the temerity to ask Nancy Pelosi shouldn't have left tone down his violent rhetoric. Here's her response. I think that the comments made by my Republican colleagues are. Outrageous Nathe dignity of the jobs that they hold an neat. The dignity of respect that we would like congress to command had there. They say such a thing. How dare they? So this sick individual. That's something despicable, and it was horrible. What he did? Hateful. Then all of a sudden be sanctimonious as if they don't never seen such a thing before. And I don't even wanna go into the president of the United States. But in terms of some of the language that he has used. So again, let's go there another day. But since you asked have could they passably say such first of all the timing of it all. Everybody is so sad. So concerned so coming together, let us all take the step back examiner own conscience. See what? Get attitudes. We can all ca tail but the sanctimony of it all really, really. So. So, you know, the sanctimony of all so now we're hearing this. And you know, they keep saying well Trump is the President Trump is the president. But the media is the media. The media is a great cloud of information. A great cloud of narrative that surrounds and Trump is the only voice loud enough to cut through it. When he blames them. He's correct when he says they are acting badly. He is correct. I don't particularly like the enemy of the people line either. I know he's too stubborn to ever let it go. But still still we have two problems in this country to we have lots of problems in this country, of course, because we're filled with countries filled with people if we get rid of them, we wouldn't have any problems for as long as people are gonna have a lot of problems. But the two big things that are going on is we have failed the mentally ill. We're leaving them out there to commit these violent acts these mass acts of violence. We have failed them the other. Is that eight percent of the people dominate the media dominate the narrative, what's really happening in this country. If you walk out there look at the police, I mean. I don't even know how to talk about this look at the police run into a synagogue when this problems there who run into a mosque if there's problems there who run into a black neighborhood if there's problem there. Well that eight percent of the media talk about how racist they are a racist. The police listen, this is a country where a handsome, Dan, who's never done a damn thing for anybody can pretend to be a cop and make two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a week, but our real cops who make considerably less than that a year right show up for all of us. They show up for all of us for no matter who you are why. Because it's America because it's America who healed the shooter who he'll the shooter after he went after the Jews Jews Jewish doctors rush to aid him why because they're Americans because this is America. This is what it's like what I saw what I saw after this atrocity, and it is an atrocity and anti-semitism everytime. When you've got it's not obviously, you guys I'm talking to. But every time somebody writes me and tells me what cuck I am for standing up for the Jews or. Tells me like, oh, there's this bible line forgives their hatred and all this stuff. This is a real evil thing is the devils flagpole. It always has been the way the devil announces himself with it's always with anti-semitism. But what's really happening? This country is President Trump went gave a speech after this. Whatever he says, it's not an office. No good. And everybody's gonna attack him. But he's standing the heartland of the country sending in Illinois. He stayed with bunch of people. Some of them may never met aged, you know, and they're cheering for them. Just play what he said. This evil anti semitic attack is an assault on all of us. It's at assault on you manage. It will require all of us working together to extract the hateful poison of anti-semitism from our world. This was an aunt. Semitic attack at its worst disgorge of anti-semitism cannot be good cannot be tolerated. And it cannot be allowed to continue. We can't allow it to continue when I see, you know, he went on to say where they try to radically the Jews we're going to radically eight you and the crowd went wild. When I see this country this Christian country this mainstream Christian country out in the middle of the country. They are cheering this president. They love with his three Jewish grandchildren. And he saying whereas like that and I have lived in other countries have been around a lot of places in the world. This is the greatest country on earth. You have one. If you are here, you have won the lottery of life. It doesn't mean. It's perfect. It doesn't mean everybody's great doesn't mean there's no bigotry and all this stuff, but this is an incredible country. That's what's happening here. What is happening? Here is America, which is a blessing. It is a blessing. So these horrible things that happen are being met. Magnified by eight percent of the country who owned too much of the media. That's one thing. And we have a problem with the mentally ill that we're not treating the mentally ill. But meanwhile, meanwhile out on the streets out in the churches out of the temples out in the people's homes. This is a country where people are getting along every day with people who are nothing like themselves. We're rooting for people who are nothing like themselves, and we're going to return and talk about that a little bit more at the end of the show because some beautiful stuff happened over this weekend. They got a raced got a race by all the violence got blown away as it were by all the violence. But we'll talk about it more. We're going to have David Limbaugh. I we're gonna talk about him about the resurrection as new book out about the resurrection. Meanwhile, take this moment because we gotta say goodbye to Facebook and YouTube take this to come to moment to come to tailor wire dot com. Subscribe for your lousy ten bucks. Why? Because we will up that ten bucks. That's why because we want people think Daschle Hammett said things belong to people who want the most we want your ten bucks more than you want your ten bucks. You'll get another kingdom new episode of another kingdom is out today for subscribers. There you go right there. The new episode of another kingdom is out for subscribers, by the way. Well, talking about this. If you wanna preorder the book of the first season of another kingdom, you can do that on Amazon and get all kinds of goodies gifts. 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Well, this is the fourth in my of my Christian themed books and just so I set the table here. The last one was about the gospels. And this one is about the book of acts and seven I mean, six of pulse. Thirteen pistols. So I just go along. The biblical text. And either summarize it or paraphrase it and sometimes quoted verbatim, and then interlaced commentary from some of the great Christian thinkers, and then some of my own from when a lesser Christian. So well, obviously Jesus says who he says he is the son of God, then it is relevant for all times. And if he is correct that the way to the fodder is through him and only through him than people ought to take heed and listen. So as CS low says, he's even a Lord liar a lunatic. We don't have any other option available to us. So when you when you come to the question of who Jesus is it has attornal consequences at least Christian doctrine teaches that the bible teaches that. So we ought to at least address it. What's was sobriety? Well, no question about that. But why this particular what what did we get out of this particular part of the bible, obviously when Jesus is speaking to us when he's acting. We can see that. This is a direct delivery system that we're hearing the word. What are we hearing from these guys after he's gone? Yeah. Well, he he sent the Holy Spirit to them. He told. He told me apostles go to Jerusalem, I'm going to ascend. Now, I'm gonna leave you now someone greater than than me is going to be here meaning of this. The Holy Spirit only spirit would come wait for instructions from him notice Roussel. So they waited and he came at finicky cost and all the ensuing happen. The relevance of the book of axes the history of the early church, and how the apostles were on fire to spread the gospel through the power of the Holy Spirit. Peter and Paul are featured prominently in this book, and then after Paul plants these churches throughout the Roman empire. He gets reports back about how they're doing. And whether they're following the true gospel that he delivered to them finds out disturbing reports in some cases that they are not. So he writes them letters plaintively begging them to come back to the true gospel. When you see the personal grieving that he's going through almost. He birth children. He sees them going spray, and he wants them to come back. And he writes, these local very personal matters still and giving them Christian instruction how to reunite in. Harmony don't file the false. Teachers don't pagan influences and follow the true gospel. As I delivered it to you. And then he also delivers Christian doctrine and someone asked me what what would Paul say to the churches today as well. He's he would say exactly what he said. Then that's why these letters though, they were written to individual churches, and sometimes individuals are of universal and timeless application. They are exactly what the Turks look to today for guidance and how they ought to be operated. Do you've, you know, one of the things I'm always impressed about when I'm reading about this portion of the Christian story is the incredible danger all of them were in there were really hostile territory. And and I think almost all of the disciples were killed. I believe I mean, everybody. Was was martyred. They were talking to people would the people they were talking to have known if they were complete lunatics. Would they have known? You know, they were saying that Jesus had risen from the dead. It wasn't a mile outside of Jerusalem. Wasn't that this happened? And they were talking to those people would they would they have reacted the same way. Do you think if it was all scam? No, in fact, what I what I found a saying about this. As that Christianity is not a religion that was developed from the ground up by human beings to God developing their own idea of an abstract God and through abstract theology or philosophy it is grounded in history. When after the after Christ was with the apostles during his earthly minister ministry, and he was crucified and died. They still were dubious that it was all true Peter denied in three times. It was only when he appeared in his bodily resurrection over a period of forty days. To them into as many as five hundred people at one time is all reports in first Corinthians that they became believers that they were transformed from cowardly skeptics to bolt proclaim. It's of the gospel, and they had actually witnessed him in the flesh in his bodily resurrection. They would not you could say, well, some other religions a lot of other religions and waves have martyrs. What's the difference? The difference is they make they honestly do. Sincerely, blade that what they are dying. For is true. But they don't have anything based on history these apostles. Would they is even conceivable that they would have died a martyr's death or something they knew to be ally. They're saying it happened based on happen. So why would they go off what possible benefit could bring them for doing? And so I I'm interested in Paul when he's being tried for heresy and defiling the temple by. Jewish authorities. He turned to one of the kings of said, you know, this is through it didn't happen at a corner. And that's got bears directly on your question. Everybody knew at had well, not everybody. But it the word was out that it had happened. That's why they were so worried about it. It was a threat to their existing religion Narathorn there. There are people. Now who say that this religion, it's backward. It's over it's irrelevant to the scientific world guys. Like, Steven pinker. Who are saying if we fall back that everything we have comes from the enlightenment, if we fall back into religion, we fall back into medieval darkness. What's your response to that? I my response is that that's a history. Revisionism? I believe that the at Christianity gave rise to modern science all the major early great scientists for Christian. And there's nothing incompatible between between Christianity and science Christianity is based on an overwhelming body of evidence that is sifted through our raisin. We believe what we believe in a rational way, obviously fake, the something different. From reason that faith is compatible with reason involves an act of the will to put your trust in Christ, the enlightenment, of course, handsome, benefecial influences. And I guess if you look back at the founding of the United States others this ongoing debate about whether it was primarily a product of the enlightenment of Judeo Christian tradition. I think it was primarily today Christian tradition. The overwhelming number the overwhelming majority of our. Founders Christian strong, practicing Christians, of course, the enlightenment handsome influence Benjamin, Franklin Thomas Jefferson, and some others were skeptics are DS or whatever you want to have wanted to nominate them, but the large majority of those framers were Christians, and I think that there is nothing as I say there's nothing incompatible between bat and science and I disagree with thinker. See these, and I think by the way Pinkerton interesting I read quite a bit of what he's written especially on rioting. He's a you never read his books on writing. No, no. He's a wonderful writer. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But sometimes he's so far out there and some of his social stuff, but it you you the Christian Judeo Christian tradition teaches that God that that man is made in God's image. That's what gives rice are unalienable rights, if we weren't if we evolved from some rock are some memorial soup what possible basis is there to claim we have in. Of rights, and those rights are what gives it at the root of the civility that we ultimately have to give toward each other. And and of our loss, which are designed to protect our liberties, you know, there's a book called by Marcello Pera of an Italian philosopher and politician coal why we should call ourselves Christians in which he sort of laments the lackluster response was Lamin terrorism. And feels that Europe is basically descending is basically disappearing and yet the book is called why we should call ourselves Christians because he himself as an atheist and he believes that we should cling to the Judeo Christian principles. But he can't believe what what's your response to that? I find that interesting because a lot of reasonable non hostile atheist as opposed to the new is Christopher Hitchens, those who are affirmatively hostile to the religion believed that they knowledge that Christianity and ju- duty as for positive influences on society. And even though they don't believe I think we should gravitate toward those because they're healthy society. I find it amazing disconnect. I'm not saying it's a rational, where do they think those ideas came from now, you know, pinker, and Hitchens, and and proudly Harrison these guys they think that that these great ideas, profound ideas of developed organically over the years and man developed his own morality by the bootstraps and through centuries of of of enlightenment, I just radically disagree with that these ideas that we have that are worth saving. Can be traced directly back today of Christian tradition. But can you get rid of can you hold onto the ideas without having the faith? I guess that's what I'm asking. Because Peres seems to feel that you can't. I don't think. So I don't think that you when you take the roots out what you have to anchor. What what what justification is there? What compelling argument is there to keep these principles firstly, the tire secular left would disagree with you that these are beneficial ideas anyway. You have to ground them in. You know, one of the things that I disagreed with you about that. I really really happy to have you here to explain it to me more more fully in your book. I think it was Jesus on trial. You basically held that to get rid of a literal reading of the creation and fall story in Genesis is to lose your Christian faith. And I believe that every word of the bible is true. But I don't believe that every word is true in the same way. And I don't read that Genesis story necessarily literally why is that a threat to my ultimate Christian faith, which is in the resurrection and the salvation of Christ. I don't remember saying that are saying that in that way. I don't have any problem. Let me put it this way. I respect both the new earth, the young earth, older physicians on this. I think that science the the overwhelming body of sciences that it's an older. And then you could read scripture and say it requires us if we. Read literally to say that there's a younger than other people who I respect dismissed say, no their gaps. And there are other interpretations that say can be compatible with an older, I I'm more inclined to believe it's an old earth. But I don't think it's irrational say could be a young earth because things aren't always as they appear in different ways of testing, whatever. But whatever it is. I don't want people to think that we're hostile to science. I wouldn't sit sit there and say something that I know to be true scientifically can't be true because sync battle with my Blake my Christian blades is now. I I don't think we're I don't think we're at odds on that. I don't I think obviously, even though I believe the bible is inherent. I don't think it's I don't believe in dogmatic reading of it. Okay. Mocha, but we don't want it. I don't want to sidestep this. If these explore that further, if you if you if I misunderstanding, or if I stayed at something that I don't think what what you described as is what I not I well, let me think of what I what? What I did say, I this is the only thing I can think I think that evolution the idea of macro. Evolution is incompatible with the Christian the Judeo Christian worldview, I don't know what Jews blamed on this to talk to Shapiro about that. But but but I think here's why here's what I really believe in. This may be what you the God's end of the bible, specifically says God was made in man man was made in God's image in different in kind from the other species. We didn't evolve from one of those lesser species. I think to say we did is incompatible with the Christian worldview and with the bible, and I by the way, I don't think it's supportable by science. Anyway, I don't think they could show demonstrate any links any of these missing links the evidence that they basis on is so shot. It's unbelievable in in our so-called common ancestors. Of course, we have common DNA that we are distinctly different and God specifically made us in his image. He didn't make us to evolve. His image. That's my Blake. I wanted. We're running out of time. And I want to just get you get a couple of things on the immediate political situation. You've been a supporter of Donald Trump. Do you recognize, you know, with them, you know, him sending obscene tweets stormy Daniels and her sending obscene tweets back. Do you recognize any danger to Christians and supporting a guy who hasn't lived a particularly Christian life. I don't know about a danger. It's not ideal. And when I really supported Ted Cruz, and I was not a big fan of Trump. I've at once the choice became binary, which I believe it did in the general election. I became a strong supporter of Trump. And I've been a great admirer of what he's done in office. I think he's really stuck to his promises. I think he's given us a template on how to fight which is what we are missing. Which swipe a tea party Rosa, which is why at which is why we have Trump Trump is. I don't want to say a symptom. But he's a result. He's an outgrowth of this movement that was going on I radically disproved the never never-trumpers. He said he's a cult. This is not an people. Do appreciate him. He may be the perfect guy. The only guy who we could have coalesced him in this movement. But this movement was going to find someone it just so happens pretty good with Trump from what Trump is with the good. You get the bad. You could say we'll take away sweet twelve and that would take away some of his great tweets and some of the things that I don't. Take him seriously. And this Elena Zito serious versus literally I when I used to be outraged when he would accuse on cruises bad of now. I look at that. And this laughed my head off at saw absurd. I don't take seriously on that level. I will say this though, it's hard to argue with people criticizing him when he does what he did today. Not today whenever it was about the the the stormy Daniels thing he doesn't need to get so caustic. Yes, he's a little eagle maniacal. I wish he wouldn't do that. But but on balance, it's Trump he's harmless on these things, I really think he's arms, and I've talked a lot about this with my Christian print is compatible with the Christian worldview to support Trump. I think it's compulsory that we supported given the these these matter issues that we faced we face the ex- ex- threats to this country, the left wants to fundamentally change the impact that the people that say, we share common goals with the LAPD or just so delay. Allusion? I can't no we don't we don't just share the same goals. We get them a different way Guana radically destroy the foundational principle to say. So we have to fight it's war. I don't mean. It's a physical war. I'm not Kirk Schlichter after all. Plot for Kurt not. I would never think to call you Kirch like that would just be cruel. I. Okay. You know what I mean? I just I, but it is going to be tough. We don't have to fight his dirty as they do. But we have to fight his intensely and and Christians. I am not I do not feel the slightest bit a guilty for supporting Trump. I don't I can't defense of the things he does on a policy level. I'm very happy with what he's doing. I really am got weeks. We got some things to Chit. Wh we gotta get. We gotta get entitlements control. We gotta get standing on girl. But how do you do everything? At once. These liberals are just creating chaos all over, but on entitles, we got to convince Trump. I he's whip us on most the issues somebody's gotta get his ear on title. Yeah. Now, I agree with you completely. David limbaugh. The book is Jesus is risen Paul and the early church. Thanks very much for coming on. It's great talking to you too. Thank you. Thanks a lot. Really, interesting writer Christian issues. David, you know, I made a mistake that I neglected to play the lefties dictionary today K is out you can find it. But we'll play it. We'll play it here tomorrow. Oh, but you can also find it on YouTube. I just wanted to talk about one thing instead of doing sexual follies. I have to talk about this walkaway movement. That went the walkaway March happened over the weekend. Brandon Strack March and Ken zones was also there with what she is calling. Larry ously blacks, it which is the black exit from the democrat party, and it was really moving thousands of people showed up for the March. But also the to see the black political young black political leaders who showed up for meeting personal meeting with President Trump and was so thrilled to see him. And were so pro American one of these guys was asked he was wearing a maga- hat, and he was asked when was America great? When was America? Great. And here is part of his response. She asked me the question on my hat win was America. Great. I answered it. Like this America has been great from the very starlet because this nation was founded on the principles of freeing us from tyranny, okay? Slaves and so forth. But there were a lot of people of all colors. Let's say why in this nation that did not feel like that was correct in this nation from that time has been moving out of tyranny from bondage and one way or another whether it be from Britain, or whether it be from slavery as a whole in case, she doesn't know it was a civil war and impart essay impart, a whole lot of white people. If you look at history died because they wanted this nation in people like myself to be free. I believe that. You give myself together. Because when you talk about this. I do love it. Yeah. He loves it. You know? And I got to say, you know, like we so want we so on people to come back to not just walk away from the radical left walk away from the democrat party walk away from identity politics. I didn't any politics. I've said it a million times say it again identity. Politics is racism with a smiley face. The melting pot was the right idea. The melting pot that we are all Americans is the right idea. You cannot have it both ways you cannot have it both ways. I I really pray that people like Brandon and Candice will turn this movement into something big. It's not about President Trump, President Trump will come and go it is about this country. It is about all of us understanding that we are here under the creed of quality under the creed of freedom of individual liberty of individual rights of the individual pursuit of happiness that we are here as a community as a community of individuals doing these things together. It does not matter that truly does not matter. And you know, I know I hit on the Muslim sometimes because of the fact that the attacks on them been silenced, the the criticism of Islam as has been reloaded and people are getting silenced over it. But I know that I know that there are plenty of good Muslim Americans to that is what this is all about what this is all about. And when Trump. Talked about being a nationalist. That's what that is about as not about white nationalism is about American nationalism and all of us should get on that train all of us should get on it. It is true problem. We have a true problem, which is a radical eight percent dominate so much of the media, and creating this or of crisis this cloud of hatred and anger between us. It doesn't have to be. There. It self could become the crisis that they're trying to foment, but it doesn't have to. We don't have to listen, we can all of us walk away. I'm Andrew claybin. This is the Andrew klavan show. Mailbag tomorrow be here. The Andrew klavan show is produced by Robert Stirling, executive producer, Jeremy boring, senior producer Jonathan. Hey. Our supervising producer is Mathis Glover technical producer Austin Stevens. Edited by Alex zinn? Garowe audio is mixed by Mike Corinna here and makeup is by Jesuit Olvera and their animations are by Cynthia and Golo and Jacob Jackson. 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Episode 149: A Tribute to Conservative Radio Icon Rush Limbaugh

The Talk Show American

14:32 min | 6 months ago

Episode 149: A Tribute to Conservative Radio Icon Rush Limbaugh

"One at all to talk show american show. Jr with you folks. Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to listen. We certainly appreciate it very much. Indeed today i come to you. With a heavy heavy heart. In guides to the passing of a conservative radio icon a mentor to me. As i started in this in this business rush limbaugh conservatives around the country are heartbroken at the news that yesterday rush limbaugh passed from this earth. Hopefully to Go to heaven to continue. Contribute talkradio up there. Maybe whatever i have to tell you that The man was at a living legend. There is no one that will ever be able to replace rush limbaugh as far as conservative. Talk radio goes. There's just nobody who could equal him. You'll have people who will try to not replace him but take take fill the void of where we're rush was but no one will be rush. Limbaugh no one can be as good as rush limbaugh was. I don't think you'll ever find anyone ought to match on his His characteristics his His ability to to hold an audience for three hours. This is very difficult to do folks if anybody's done talk radio at all and i'm not new to talk radio. I mean the podcast now. But i've been in talk radio circuit although obviously not the caliber of rush for about two thousand and one. So that's about twenty years on and off in and out of been on on on radio stations. I've been on podcasts on online radio stations currently You know i own and operate net. Talk america Which has lots of conservative talk programs including my own. But i can tell you that rush had so much influence in in my life as far as talk radio goes. I remember hearing him back. In nineteen eighty eight was when he first came on the air at least around here on remember hearing him and the first couple of shows i listened and then i started to to catch on to to to his his conservative conservative values and things of that nature that really. The country needed to hear at that time. And now for that matter started all out for me for conservatism. Reagan i was believed democrat Before one thousand nine hundred eighty in one thousand nine hundred. When ronald reagan got elected i was a little bit. You know has attempted to democrats. So i was a democrat by default that you wanna say so at first when ron reagan was elected candle except back into your wonder what's going to happen but over the over the year i definitely converted to a the p. He defined it and then came rushing in the late. Eighty eight with the show. That basically re day And freedom limbaugh embodied conservatism. He was basically the conservative movement. Got it off the ground especially in the talk radio sector. This is long talk. Radio shows out there. Now certainly none as i said that will be the caliber of that of rush limbaugh but there are a lot of them out there now. I mean sean hannity this sosa tucker out there's certainly will never match rushes passion but it's as close as they can come. Sean hannity i used to fill in for rush it so i know russia's a big mentor. Sean hannity no doubt about that. Big ben to for me. Folks as i said i started on two thousand one to do this but i'd long before that had listened to russia i mean face among amongst those who are conservative body and see that i'm talking to how many of us can say you'll probably going to say you're right jay. That's exactly what we used to do. When a political situation come up you know political political storm. You know of some. So what's some political galician. The first thing you wanted to know is what is russia going to say about this. And you couldn't wait for twelve noon to come to here rush. Expose his opinion on what was going on and people can say what they want in. Not only that folks not only conservatives but there are a lot of people on the opposite side of the fence that would do the same thing. There's no doubt about that. They would go to listen to to russia's well to to find out what his opinion was and there are a lot of people that tell you know. I wouldn't have done that but i will guarantee you. If you were to be able to read their minds or look in the background you know looking to pass through some looking glass or something that you would see these people tuning into rush to see what rush had to say about that political issue even though they were probably going to be on the opposite side of the whole thing. Some people tuned into russian. He would tell you this because they didn't like them and they wanted to be able to bash what he says you know. Have some type of talking points. I guess for later on but the man had an audience and you know upwards of twenty to thirty million people listening to rush every day. I can guarantee that not every single. One of them was a conservative. Many of them were on the opposite sides of the aisle but they were trying to gauge. Where where the the conservatives stood and this was how powerful rush really was. This is what he was at his best was to be able to to the go-to guy to find out. Just what everyone thinks not necessarily the president of the united states or anyone else that they thought the president would think but they wanted to hear especially you know when when republicans weren't president. What was rushes opinion on this. How did rush limbaugh feel about this. And anyone net will would anyone that would admit it would tell you this. This is exactly true. The man was was a mentor of mine for is one of the reasons why he got into this folks. I never tried to be the next rush. Limbaugh believe me when i tell you. I didn't think this would take me this moral of a hobby for me and some part time work and that was about it. Law enforcement is ben. My career for my Both of them. Mostly all of my life with the exception of autumn canucks In the beginning of my young young life. And that's what i did. But i also like i said after ronald reagan got interested in conservative. The conservative movement and rush helped that go beyond my just voting for a republican candidate for president or for senator or for row representative rush. Took me you know by listening to him. To a higher areas of con- of conservatism. Where i began to see you know how how much more it really was. And this this man a one man show basically a one man band a one man army if you will Lead his his his his listeners in his followers and they would every day. As i said there was a especially if there was a political issue. A hot potato political issue Would people tune in to find out what he had to say. They were interested in. Like i said friend in full alike fan and full of like would do this That's a lot to be said for that now. I know a lot of us in and you see a lot of us right now. I know i've been on twitter for day yesterday. And today and the yes especially in twitter. There were a lot of hate hateful comments about rush. David limbaugh had posted. Just saying that you know. He's going through a lot right now but he wanted to post them. Thanked people for for for you. Know sending him condolences and catherine his wife's russia's white condolences for the family and just wanted to let you know that he was you know he was. He was glad to hear this but people attacked them right away. They attacked them the minute that he put that up there you know. Now there were a lot of people making condolence remarks very well no no one getting out of line but there were a lot of them they would just in. You know where they were from the left just going crazy. It just really was basically ridiculous but unfortunately folks you're not going to change those people. They hate rush limbaugh. They hate what he stood for. that's why they hate. He was successful. That's what they hated and the man. I mean listen. The man was a legend. Say what you want. Love him hate him. Demand was alleged demand was as i said a mentor to me is what got me thinking about the radio and then again i did not get on. Get into this to become the next rush limbaugh. I don't think there will ever be anybody that can be the next rush limbaugh. You might be able to get some people that that could go close. But you'll never completely replace him because basically he's he had a style of his own and you. You had to love everything about it you had to love. The the mega does and talent on loan from god and he truly meant that when he said that and people would say he's arrogant thinking he's got you didn't say he was god he saying his talent was on loan from god in other words it comes from god. He was glorifying. God when he said those things. You know the one With one hand tied behind my back just to keep it fair. People would get mad in but listen as much as he was an entertainer as much as he was an informer who informed us as well. We learn from it but he's an entertaining yet to keep his audience entertained for three hours on top of it. It's very difficult to do. I do a one hour show. I did in the past due to our shows and that was difficult. So i can only imagine what three hours is. Of course you know. I mean just just unbelievable so demand was good at what he did and i will tell you right now. The world is a lesser place without rush limbaugh eighty s. I don't care what anybody says and kick you agreed with him or not. He wasn't a racist as everybody tries to say. That's just crap that's more the the liberal crap that you have to hear all the time folks. Unfortunately that's everybody's a racist now but you know how that is. But i just wanted to say how much will miss rush limbaugh no doubt about it and if i'm getting a little bit wary here is maybe i'm getting just a tad emotional and trying not to Because he was a great man and his life should be celebrated as such and Will miss him. And we'll try but all of us conservatives are going to try to get together and try to do what we can to keep everything going in and that side of it and there's plenty of us to do it we're not all going to be rush limbaugh's but we'll try to carry on and this is what rush would want us to do in my opinion so it's rush limbaugh his family and to both snerdley and and russia's produces in an employee's. I want to say our condolences. Go out to you you know. We're we're very saddened when we're saddened ourselves because we feel as though as russia's audience that we were part of russia's army and he would tell you that himself so it does affect us because we feel and he told her that his audience was was everything to him was everything to him. There was no doubt about it. All right folks That's going to be it for today. For the podcast. I don't want to get too too much. Further involved. wanted to just let you know that. What a mentor rush was to me what he meant to me. And that what he meant to this country and it's going to be said to to to be without him but we'll try to do the best. We can try to soldier on as he wants us to do here and conservative. Talk radio i'm jay. Jr folks this is the talk show. Megan will catch you later. Have a great day. Stay safe. Rest in peace rush. Thank you

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Gamestop - Is this even right?

Everyday Talkies

23:22 min | 7 months ago

Gamestop - Is this even right?

"Hello guys. Come to start. Cost everyday. Talkies which i don does not come. I am unsure. And i talk about trying to things to random people majorly about life but specter's and thinking process it's like an interview or let's say more of the conversation with one or two guests about china topics that interest us to be really honest. It's just a way to reduce my ambitions and talking to so come join me and enjoy. Hello everyone before you begin this this episode. I just wanted to mind that sophy fox. Tv's on game stop. That discussion has really amazing. If you want to catch up on what's happening in this episode. I would recommend to leave. Isn't the first episode where we discussed. What charting is what options. And how does it affect the stock market. And how has it impacted in this particular case. This episode deals with or let me stop and let me allow you to listen to the episode and see you. Then we know that. The major dooley's in spite stock price rallied was because of inch fun. Short way beyond their means people Going on a buying spree people exciting call options and all of this now comes i think a bigger set of questions which might spark debate as well poster for the first question that i wanted to push. Would've you is. Is it right from heads. Foots point of view that they have the ability to cornered the market and dr price solo short says which are not even dead in the. Is this supposed to believe it or mortar totally. I think that that okay. So i don't believe that there is anything in heiki. Modern about be pessimistic on in the market. I'm telling the purpose of balancing out the the market. It kind of acts a counterbalance to the optimism that some times the market so for example to give you an example Nikola nikolov was in the newest You once back a short selling firm called and bug day kind of came out with the shooter started both which kind of pointed out the product flaws and the timelines laws. And uh. you don't get through all of the ceo of nikola you kind of initiated this this kind of problem by the company and they kind of allegedly phone out of stock and the investigation is ongoing. So yeah a shot selling shortsellers andy. Reid who shot. Sally are an important part of the market because the market as a whole needs to be balanced in some way or the other if stalk domestic it needs to be brought down. If it's a stupid mistake it needs to be draw this entire situation you according to me until unless everything is public knowledge okay. Most of the time. What happened in that. These hedge fund and usually investors make collude from. It's not mostly at game stop. What kind of one example lead found out because this mistake the short that he was more than the market store and the market showed. I mean the number of shares stated in the market. This was a blatant mistake. But usually it's not that ability mistake usually these hedge fund they collude from within and they have so like you said late that melvin got These different from other hedge funds. Because they need they could bite from other dicker kind of from other which means that everyone all of in it together. They worked together. They collude together and they make together fight so it is it is. It is kind of an internal game which sometimes it's clear without the public knowledge and taxes. I have the problem. Is that when things are not oblivious because knowledge these like can come in and they can take the money in the market. But if these are not only coming to light when the roof and there's no way to recruit on back and then it's usually been investor who get who get. That is my point of view on the nope very nice weather. You mentioned was that people have to make these streets public. If they're colluding make public nobody blames you go free but because their colluding. That makes it drums now. These writers expressing their bill to buy or whatever stock in an open for nate and let it is a free platform. Anybody can see your. They have expressed that addressed. Nobody's spitting fall news. But as we saw in the last couple of days that sub ted got back and they were stopped from Discussing but that that made it would not so david limbaugh right according to what who said than they had split so why. A sudden imports of rules platform. Dispense them together. Exactly so it's not strategy. Discordant facebook also bind loops. Know that now this is where it gets really serious and you know if it's the hard offer battery see that land. A normal reading investor is making dot for example in the dot com crash in the two thousand ten. They did not have any knowledge of the insights that what's happening retail investors make laws by tonight but when these hedge fund they start making everyone panics at eight so if these is the influence that these people have on the market that kind of grove to kind of behind these groups at all been kind of portrayed restrictions so that he could only you know fell the stock in the in the market. And not by it. But you know if you know about this And you don't know about this on the twenty eighth of january open. Go along with other leading applications being this market. I'm the loss of hedge funds. Were making they decided to put trading restrictions on stocks game stock and other were kind of facing the same and they decided that you could league the stock in the market and they could no longer be pleased by order so just imagine the kind of gap could only go down from there so this is the kind of market manipulation happen. Yes exactly know the point. Is that the sec. Or they're board. Should you make a call on this that you know whether the should be solved it as in india could see that assad gets his way if talk too much. Trading trump artifact falls too much. Stop whatever so. This is taking art with brokers themselves. But by savvy by the organizers right. So take these calls but do you think it's modern right. What is private entities. Like which could even happen in india. I'm not i'm show. It is legal or not because it has enough of losses vile again the brokerage comes who kind of manipulated all away at on. I think it is. He has some point villian debbie. I'm not sure that judgments and had already know with the. Fcc has already after october. Note kind of you know stocks dairy the incoming commission They did come up with a statement thing that the commercial of you actions taken by entities that had wanted investors or otherwise on trade aussie that they will look into this matter. That happened. okay again. We have to see that problem here again. Everything comes back to one. One single point of failure is that these are these issues who become too powerful for the particular market to function and when these should become too powerful. They have the power to manipulate the market. That's where the then be saw the problem here again. The problem of of bend a huge amount of power in the hands of these same licensed issues even if they had good intentions when they were starting off. Once you have too much you have eventually eventually our to manipulate or bring hindrances into the market actually so If definitely influenced by these knock games. Tissue investors is definitely influenced by what happened in the market and definitely experienced by people. Who who made this huge amount of losses and showed the now knowingly or unknowingly for the for the for the best of intentions or for the worst of tension did what they did and now i completely disagree with want did because they kind of by particular foot into the market and the come home and the market was acting out on its own. The prices shot up so high was because of the short like because these hedge fund had to buy it come into the market and buy shared these high prices. Driving the by higher is because of the base. They showed the more that than that. So the The market was just playing if they would have liked the marketplace. The shot all the shot positions would have been used at some point in the future the prices would have given who whatever level and then the market correct back again and bring back to might not like happen and i why this should be investigated makes sense. Now w the other point. Which i don't know but i'll be convinced that this because i'm going to take some names which he may or may not like now vix mississippi to your these bitten given these populous figures that we that i'm dead and be can access them to social media elon. Musk won his tweets can be very detrimental look at the stock market or anything lives. He said this level stock is overvalued it fell he talks about bitcoin. Bitcoin says he knocks over signals. Signal gets a boost. And you talked about this. So what do you feel when people and alana's not seeing that he has bought something it used does just which one word makes no sense. What do you understand from this league. This should as illegal or not. Or what is the morality and also like i personally What he wanted to know if is elon. Musk leading bleeding the stock market. I think that is not yet that is about in one kid obvious. Have that mckee's not doing anything. But given that his opinions be. Rv of thinking made because are in hadn't with said that has a following quality amongst mosses bed if even if let's talk about any of the populist and got renowned let's say if in a mood is under tweets that he's gonna miss something. I'm sure they're not though nobody. Even who knows what. The medical will open new accounts. And we'll start investing in detroit's so what do you think about people expressing their interest or disinterest on social media back from likeness but influences. The most what happened like has entrepreneurs who either jewish following. I think hardly any entrepreneur who is such a huge on any little is behind it so the thing that people have confidence in He has a established so many companies So when he say that he believes in something or listen or like something people -delity his what the opinion that that particular going all. It is going to you know. Look good in the future So that is what and twins act on. Today's anything wrong in that. If you mention you should be financially illiterate too. In a certain way to invest in the stars talk and either way to get out of the market awarded the things you want from the marketing with one that had another shadow. You one dividends on the mcdonald's your deep on on something and you start believing that you you know unconsciously have confidence that that did not feel was even if it does happen happening so you though the nation by others out. I would agree with him. Chris like i would like to be making different points of going like spiderman. What spiderman is with great our. Come alone what he did. A least in this situation is that you don't exactly what his word he redid. Game stocks not game stop so is like a funny rail seeing stocks because stock breeding stock otherwise has become very popular into In in tiktok and one of the doctors they said stones instead of stocks In one of the video kind of of either. So whenever you of the the the stocks come up to add stunk stalks. Bright in my Local for this episode. Christoph has become this. This mean kind. Work alone. Don't give a stock and what he also did is that he linked the rabbit forum in history so what he did is that ilan hates and hate the idea of shot at a few readers street. He he's especially communicated his part thing that should not be allowed and short of market manipulation and ultimate hedge fund kind of the market by sharply by own fate of me. What i have a problem with is that not like a big thing. Many people believe what he musk rice. Thinking that that i think is logical and if product usually elon. Musk does north right pot out on. He says what he says what. He's feeling on that one point in time he's washing when it comes to the unites a lot of stuff which is actually not very when people fee i think games they in headingley go or at least you know be attracted devoted to these places with gives them exposure and give them these ideas of making millions of dollars by investing in jane stop and then they invest in game. Stop by by taking that. I can make a million dollars by investing in one and also Is giving us the approval. That great man. We don't have to do our own research anymore. Behalf to be aware that and he also has to be aware that what he's seeing that are different and it's usually that he'd been arrested who will suffer from if tempur usually don't do the research the the the investors that all of that and they deem of investment bankers them with each and every investment. They make are the ones which kind of always wants to start. So i think sorta very irresponsible what on and least for these market high market politicians. You should not be using these public media forums to express soul kind of you know unpopular. I guess i want to one thing. I just wanted to because i think of what we did was after dicey. I wasn't a news like on every new satellite in every news. People are ab allowed to go every news. Like i did the salk. So i like the thing which owner dan the neither be off. It's so what usually happened. Is there's nothing wrong highlighting okay. I'm not saying that they expect in your view. What i what i am saying. Is that like you would like you said have trust in people believe what he's staying and believe that what he if kind of investing is a good investment. I never thought out investing but what we don't know if that easily iran that greece was to kind of insurance people to buy game. Stop but to put forward This dire david. What's his life situation in front of people say that i support decent. And that's why he would radically that thing. That i am backing. The i believe in what they're doing and these short-selling hedge fund should be punished. Mike that so many people who did not understand that because they were not understanding the of the impact. They just saw him reading games. Don't they understood. It was game. Stop and they just rented and came. Stop at a very high price. That must be so many people who big right so he should also be away that there might be this population might get hurt by what he say. Eventually or uninterested interested. And it's not what ilan they come differently. I know this one guy which iphoto bliss that he From tex- piece Lines tickets on the huge fan. Even in one of his shoes you will he just. He's got an apparently they're getting you stocks. So he's he said that you know whatever you yawns live xtrac and he said two thousand dollars game stop and i don't know he also has an influence. He has a out of your fifteen million dollars over that across. Multiple talents million followers on twitter. So i guess what bitter pros and cons. You have heard two arguments. There's always a conclusion you ugandan say. What's right or wrong outright. So let people make informed decisions and gloat with the more i would say Topic which i think might enjoy something on a lighter note about the sudden of dotes for no reason i love. Those is a coin. It was created as either mean And it has ultimate your ties. It has much fundamentals as you would say any other dependency high. Okay so maybe just another which has different fundamentals than bitcoin. What the of creating the coin and also the logo of the coin of me to be so so it's a. It's a very weird water. Not the eight hundred percent in those going but rich for example has also fallen over sixty percents Late now nowadays so again in in this situation also on redick had that's he. Lawn is a very people. Don't understand that this is a. He writes what he feels. He says what he feels. And that is what it should be something where you just expect. You do arguments you get arguments with other people. The only problem is he's wrenched and people actually take him seriously even when he's not i kind. Audi launched with greed annual on rid of to have somebody from pm would be buying their again against the wall. Yeah i don't think he had the company. The funds apology media company and better tracking tweets. A separate domino. Just went to click and not do so. Get out of a part of iran's tweets. Well i think that idea foia about us all different kinds of cooking children. How you can invest in real estate cryptocurrencies love without actually buying the property. You can sort on That would be amazing. You know the. I think there was one and there was a good response on beacon understood. What could brooklyn season. Bitcoin gaming earliest. We can only do a follow up on back. I would also you know the best view that Whenever you guys i want to Predicament bed but whenever you fleet. Let's do a episode covering give now. This is a company which gave a news out because of this game stop. vs clinton or go ahead. Anita out i have this. I have recruited guitar story in madrid and the link below. So if you're gonna lead it and we can understand how a single ceo of a company cornered the market and single men against the heads fight against the hedge fund. And we still don't know whether consequence was but just to give you the spoilers that person lost lost but he was Made a cord basically into financial word single on older hedge funds the woolsey market. So we can only talk about that. And what was. I have a question or july. Ever killed the game star stone or not your has The both have the position. I can not That was done on this today. the approximate to a lot of what goes to fight for you so we have a an approximate number of how much the aca caution leave has a good time too short game so integration guys Nothing as big disclaimer biggest. Yeah there is Soon going to be talking to you on this. And i'm sure people are going to create serious reading once this thing maps out. And let's see who wins by the by the race for the story But somebody has already done it this way too late lead but thank you guys for comments episode spending so much time i. It's been over the half hour as we talk. This is gonna be on episodes will have to break this down into the plus episode governing charting is thickened episode covering good options and towed. The covering the philosophic. Let's it'll be great for us to be and let me know if you guys are detested. We can't do another women and thank you for listening to such a long one. I don't know if i'm going to visit is one of the different things. But if you guys have any doubts again thinking vixen started oxygen subban bid dealt at your ordering them too much. I don't think ever because they would not. I don't think there's that many listeners visiting so guys too. I hope that in the future. I knew bye by by methodist from your yard and not because do want to see this podcast. A lot Thank you so much great to be here. Thank you everyone signing also bye-bye explosion a thank you to all the listeners are got up with you again soon with someone you and lots of interesting discussions so by.

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Biden's Come On Man Moment

The Sean Hannity Show

1:31:20 hr | 1 year ago

Biden's Come On Man Moment

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That always results in a rapid decline in wealth and prosperity and freedoms diminish people. Believe the false hope of socialism and redistributionism. Now. What this comes down to pretty much everything. Biden speaking out again of course, you're here illegally you should get benefits you know help free healthcare Blah Blah Blah, Blah Blah course where do we go through the list of Biden but wonders in a minute? You know what? It's about it's about energy freedom independence or dependence. It's that profound and with the energy also that means ten you know ten, million plus. Career jobs high paying career jobs for our fellow Americans will disappear overnight. What it means trillions of dollars on a new green deal we can't afford this. You know what? It means higher taxes. You literally. Becoming confiscation of wealth at some point. The only way they're going to to pay for it. It's law it's order it's safety it security all on the ballot freedom and capitalism on the ballot. Socialism is on the ballot. You WanNa you WANNA end Washington stranglehold on business, and the individual in terms of bureaucratic dictates and Fiat's. Well that's on the ballot to trump's eliminating them. Biden will embrace them all again. Strangle hold on on business in this country. It's all about they WANNA stack the courts they WANNA get rid of the Electoral College. They stated these things. That's all on the ballot. This is this is now the tipping point in our lives. Foreign policy is on the ballot. You remember. Biden. Obama. Couldn't beat the Caliphate and series for the put handcuffs on our military. Donald Trump defeated systematically the caliphate and Syria took out Sulejmani Baghdadi and the al Qaeda leader in Yemen. Member Biden was even against the raid on Bin Laden. Thanks to the intelligence from. Forty three. We found out where bin Laden was that led us to the currier which led us to bin Laden enhanced interrogation. That everybody in the left didn't like. That's on the ballot. Our Way of life? You know I I, I shudder to think as Reagan said and I did the Reagan Library event last night I loved getting love these virtual events. And I did it last night and freedom, but one generation away from extinction. Let's not make it. Let's not allow this to be this generation. We need to protect that which was given us. Because that's on the ballot. In eighty nine days and you're the ultimate jury. You get to decide. And to be honest people, ask me all the time. What do you think? What do you think? We're GONNA have a posters today. We'll get a snapshot of where we are Zoghbi as Florida North Carolina Ohio Pennsylvania too close to call for anybody. Now, is there a hidden trump vote or is that fact that I don't know? I wish. I did know I wish I could say I'm confident that we'll win. I don't trust Democrats I. DON'T TRUST The media. You can see that they're ratcheting up their madness, their conspiracy theories they're lies there slander of anybody that they don't like and they disagree with That's who they are that they ben from the moment Donald Trump came down the escalator. With his wife Milania. And by the way, it's not just donald trump. They hate, they hate we the people you the American people that voted for him. SMELLY WALMART TRUMP's. Supporters. Shoppers I like Walmart you save money at Walmart. Irredeemable deplorables that the fifteen percent. As Biden said just you know pathetic creatures whatever his comment was I gotta get a hold of that again. What did you hear all these things? Biden said today. You know we're the ones that cling to a belief in our God. which are founding document or declaration endowed by our creator. You know the thing. You know low the those we hold these truths to be self evident at all man created equal endowed by the you know but you know the the thing that the thing. By the way, you know what else is on the ballot whether they want to admit it or not Joe. Biden's health. He looks frail to me. I'm not a doctor play one on radio or TV. He looks frail. After today, he's only moderately begun the process of doing a baby campaign like a starter campaign few appearances here and there out of the bunker basement. And it's a disaster. Yesterday was a disaster today was a disaster for him. You know they asked about Reagan and eighty four You know does does Reagan have the mental acuity alertness? To do four more years, he was seventy three. I seventy seventy, seventy, eight. Now there are many people that age that are I don't people in their nineties Sharpe's attack. I would argue Bolshevik Bernie. That's now my criticism of him. Ernie's up you know he's got a load of energy. Has it together. In every way. He's got a an energy around the craziness that he believes it. I never thought it'd be adopted by the mainstream Democratic Party but it has been. Biden looks like you know we need a glass of hot cocoa at a NAP every five minutes I see him. He's not listen if you had a fastball, it's gone curveball changeup gone slow pitch. It's all gone I. Don't see it. And he looks frail to me. You have to make up your own I think it's on the ballot. And we went through a lot of this last night. And we're GONNA go through a lot of today. But you know the American people would decide these things. Now by the way, I want to invite all of you. So this show and six. PM Eastern. Three PM in the afternoon on the West Coast at six thirty. I'd like to invite all of you into virtual town hall that were doing. Live free it's about the book impart live free or Die America the world on the brink I'm going to be interviewed. By David Limbaugh my dear friend. And as I said, one hundred percent free. All you have to do is go to Hannity Dot Com. Click on the join now button. And you're just a part of it. Doing, these. I Love Them. 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And I wrote it and I'm glad I did I didn't know what the time that. That the Democratic presidential candidate would embrace. It was a Bolshevik Bernie used to be thought of as fringe. In the. Democratic. Party. Fringe player an annoying leftist in the Democratic Party or even separate, not even a Democrat. or He's now Biden's economic czar. that. Frightens the hell out of me. Ao See her radical green new deal Biden's pledging trillions. For this madness trillions of your dollars. And in the process getting rid of. What is the lifeblood of the world's Economy Gas Oil? Coal fracking goes away with with by the way doing that eliminates millions and millions of high paying career jobs for our fellow Americans, and it will destroy itself the economy while they make the ridiculous promises of every other failed socialist experience that everything's going to be free. It's a lie. It's not true. You got your gun confiscations are in Beta Bozo, then you Pelosi in Schumer forget it. Talking about getting out of New York Andrew Cuomo it come back come back to new. York please please old you rich people come back. I'll buy you a drink or Cook you dinner. If you accept his offer. And you go pay the high taxes in New York City that are only going to go higher New York state that are only gonNA. Go Higher. Guess what that drink he's GonNa make for you that that Meal Hill Cook for you is probably going to cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. Stay home is my advice go somewhere else President requesting a fourth presidential debate before early voting starts now. Joe, Biden. member. He said I are, of course I've been tested target tested. All the time that's what he said I remember. Have you been tested for some degree of cognitive decline. I've been testing constantly test look. All you leave it there because we were running out of time I'm tested I'm constantly tested. The beginning of his meltdown happened yesterday. When he was asked if he'd take a cognitive test is when he starts talking about. Oh come on man, you take a cocaine test. Junkie man come on man. And he goes under this bizarre rant. He says he's looking forward to debating trump well, then accept his offered debate early. Then he goes on this you know where I can't have to know the difference between an elephant and a lion. Listen. The please clarify specifically have you taken a cognitive now I haven't taken a test why the hell would I take a test come on man? That's like saying you before he got in this program, you take a test where you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think Are you a job? You say to President Trump who brags about his tests and makes your state an issue for voters well if He can't figure out the difference between elephant and a lion. I don't know what the hell he's talking about is you watch that come on and I know you're trying to goad me but I mean I'm so forward looking to have an opportunity to sit with the president or stand with the president debates they're going to be plenty of time and by the way as I joke with them, you know it. I shouldn't say I'm going to say something I. Don't I. I shouldn't say anyway I am I am very willing to let the American public judge, my physical mental fill, my physical as well as my mental fitness and to you know to make a judgment about who I am. Come on man you junkie. Take a cocaine come on man. Well I look forward to debating trump. Really. And the American people could just my physical and. Mental. What's that word again fit the. Fitness? The difference between an elephant align will today. What did you hear what he said about the African American community? Wow Do you hear what he also says about jobs not coming back and being obsolete in America where did you hear what he says about illegal immigrants? Here flipflop on eliminating the filibuster. It was an absolute Adam Schiff show today. It's a disaster. Democrats are talking about it privately media mom privately. America's talking about it openly. Now it's an issue in the campaign whether they like it or not. Hey whether you're working from home or working on your fitness, you want what you're listening to to be what you're listening to not what your roommates or your family are listening to. So now is the perfect time to get a pair of premium water, ear buds, and our friends at recon either way to go ray cons. Now started about half the price of other premium brands on the market they sound just amazing ray cons every day a twenty, five year buds or the best. Model yet six hours of playtime. 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Thank you for launching the book number. One we that's not why I wrote it. I mean it's Nice. It means a lot. This is the definitive. This is what's at stake. This is who they are. This is how what makes us great what is historically made us great and exceptionals a nation, the history. Socialism. The history of failure that twenty twenty fantasy land of agenda, the rise of these radicals, and then of course, what they've done to this country with the Russia hoax the lie. But they've done as a just a disgrace was an attempted coup. They didn't get had their insurance policy after spying on a candidate and deep into the presidency of Donald J trump. And we all bogus and they all knew it was bogus. They were all worn from the get go was bogus sally it shows that it was huge. We'll get back into that too. We're going to get into this NRA issue to again a reminder of this radio show and six PM EASTERN Three PM out on the west coast a half hour later. 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To compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I'm running answer. Okay. I'm getting tested constantly. Okay. Constantly this is this is the beginning of the long meltdown. Listen to him yesterday you know what's come on man what are you a junkie you get tested for cocaine What if he doesn't know the difference between an elephant and a lion? I better not say. I'll look forward to putting out my mental and. Physical Food of what's that word the word? Fitness. Loosen. The please clarify specifically. Have you taken a cognitive now I haven't taken the test why the hell would I take a test come on man? Like saying you before he got this program, you take a test where you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think Are You Jodi? To president trump who brags about his tests and makes your state an issue for voters were if he can't figure out the difference between elephant alliance I don't know what the hell he's talking about is you watch that look come on and I know you're trying to goad me but I mean I'm so forward looking to have an opportunity to sit with the president or stand with the president and debates could be plenty of time and by the way as I joke with them, you know. I I shouldn't say I'm GonNa say something I don't. I. Probably shouldn't say anyway I am I am very willing to let the American public judge, my physical mental fill my physical as well as my mental fitness and to to make judgment about who I am. Wow. He's really looking forward to it except the president. His first imitation invitation to have a fourth debate. Before anybody votes. Let's see how he does. The bar so low it shouldn't be that difficult firm, right? Okay. That's that's Day. One of the meltdown. Now Biden. Wow under huge fire. Remember he has this this little problem on the history of race that the mob and the media. Never going to talk about our, tell you about. You know is his comments about you know and senator praising the southern Democrats Blah Blah Blah two party system in the south I won't say what he showed from there. You know he was Demanding to know what? The senator is in about a bussing issue in Newcastle. What the senator was going to do to prevent their children from being reassigned to schools that have been majority black actively working with desegregation EST in order to slow integration. July. Seventy four meeting of anti busing new council county neighborhood. School Association. Biden supported the anti busing. amendment. To a federal bill. Quote to NBC News. That the charge on an issue that. That cap students away from the classrooms black students away from the classrooms. White students supported that anti busing amendment by the former Klansman. Robert. K. Bird KKK bird. The. Same Robert Byrd that Filibuster, the historic sixty, four civil rights act and the sixty five voting rights act. Seventy seven still worried about integration. Worried. That his kids will grow up in a quote racial jungle is lied about the support of the N. double ACP lied about marching in the civil rights movement and protests. You know he's the guy that used predators and in the referral to inner city young kids at. Nineteen ninety-three. Then you know saying other things as well. You know same guy that said poor kids just as smart as white kids back in chains. Got The first sort of mainstream African American articulate bright, and clean. Nice. Looking Guy that story book first mainstream African American that's storybook. Bright and clean. Seven eleven. Gaffe. Now, this is what he's saying today under huge fire for this and he should be interview aired with the Convention of the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic, journalists. Anyway, it's asked a question by somebody from MPR. Asked him if he would re engage with Cuba as president. And then his answer is. Remember also the comet you ain't black. Answers. This question by the way. What you all know most people don't know. Unlike the African American community with notable exceptions, Latino Communities, incredibly incredibly diverse community. Listen yes and by the way what you all know most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions. Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about different things. You go to Florida you find a very different attitude about immigration in certain places than you do when you're in Arizona. So it's a very different, a very diverse community. What was that? Mad At margin of Donald Trump took all these position on race over the. Course of his career. Praised a guy that filibustered the Civil Rights Act Voting Rights Act. You know use the term racial jungle referring to. Integration issues a segregation integration, a schools. Magin that He'd flip flop during the same interview on the issue of eliminating the Filibuster, I won't go into that one right now but he actually flip-flopped. I don't think we have to buy the Andy was saying, yeah, I would support it. Talks about President trump focusing on bringing jobs back to America. He claims those jobs are obsolete in an America. What we're doing what? What are we doing? Trump continues to focus on all those industries that are obsolete in America. Jobs they, ain't coming back. It's exactly what Obama said trump. Pre Corona virus they all came back. Problem. We're bringing even more in manufacturing back. After what happened with? Wuhan virus. The invisible enemy. WHY WOULDN'T HE DEBATE DONALD? Trump before anybody casts a vote America's right to know. By. The way polls out by Zoghbi to their pollsters are coming up. L. Dead Heat and Florida dead-heat, Ohio. Pennsylvania North Carolina. Is An interesting piece avenue American thinker it about. The results. In the primaries like all the results guess what? The Donald Trump's primary results have been historic. Nobody ever talks about in the media mob. US weekly jobless claims fall one point one, nine, million, the lowest level of the corona pandemic. That's good news. And we'll putting out the hot spots. It looks like the flattening of the curve is we predicted Arizona Florida California Texas is occurring, and then you get an increase in desk for short period of time, but then you get. A drop off, and then a precipitous dramatic decline if the pattern holds what happened in new. York. Also working and all the progress we've made on therapeutics. And of course, we're in final stage now, final stage trials for a corona virus vaccine. That's all good news for we the people. We need you know kill keep America healthy again make America strong again. Prosperous again. That's what's on the ballot telling everybody and you're the ultimate jury. So you have this. I don't know what to make of all of this in terms of what the specifics are but I'm going to tell you this part of it. You have the New York state. Attorney General. Some teasha I don't know how to say Yeah James. Makes this major announcement today? Now knowing that you know she is now decided. To sue the NRA. and. You know looking to put the most powerful gun advocacy by the way one of the most also political organization like so many other at they advocate for their their members. On our Second Amendment rights the right of the people to keep into bear arms the second. Amendment, rights. And Yeah they've said that Donald Trump is the most friendly. President, they've seen in their lifetime for the second amendment. and. The timing of this to me just off the bat for even read it said politics. Just my gut instinct. And you know why? Now Eighty nine days before the election, one hundred and seventy pages, and here's my thought process in this. Okay. And listen I don't know the Attorney General in new. York. At all. But. Why Now? Because we're at a point where York City were lawlessness. Thousands of offices hurt all around the country. So many of them in New York City. You have lawlessness all over New York. We've done one special report with our twenty twenty correspondent, Lawrence Jones after another. If got cops killed fourteen around the country got the destruction of police property. Attempts to take over police precincts even in New York, you got you know one year old shot in a stroller and in a park in Brooklyn New York. Lawrence Jones interviewed the father and the Graham Grandmother of this this precious little child nine year old boy. So. Sad. This can happen in and it's happening in every city run by Liberal Democrats. Anyway apparently, the suit is about an eighteen month investigation about misspending self-dealing allegations that royalty NRA and its leader I guess Wayne Lapierre my I've heard about this read about this. Did they spend money on suits baby on conventions and things like that. I don't know anything about where their money goes. I just know that they're also have been fighting for Second Amendment Rights and hated by the media mob and Democrats forever. And I also know that they would probably plan on spending millions and millions of dollars on behalf of NRA members. As it relates to. The reelection efforts Donald Trump which all these liberal groups do and get away with wha- where's the eighteen month investigation into these groups the Soros groups, for example, we investigating them. Anyway to me, it's like an attempt to. dissolve. The NRA. So it looks like to me on the surface and I would think that New York with all the crime and the crime wave that's been unfolding that they'd have more important things to do right now. Restoring law and order would be top priority if I was the attorney general of New York. How much money was the NRA planning on spending on Donald? Trump's elected I don't know anything about their finances. But one lives are in jeopardy and the safety and security of new. Yorkers are in jeopardy. This doesn't seem like a top priority to me. It it just reeks of politics. And, I, never see this happen on the left you ever noticed that happens to conservatives. Talk. About. LOGAN ACT VIOLATIONS OF LIBERALS Conservative you're. GonNa get arrested. For. Jaywalking. Get arrested for an unpaid parking ticket. Now if he can I, tell everybody I, know pay your taxes pay them. Tell my guys every just pay it the going about we can take this deductions. Legitimate deduction they might question might pay it. I don't feel like dealing with his garbage, Amman life, pay the money. Just. As a percentage of pay so much money that I'm sure my file gets pulled every year anyway, and then they look how much I pay. Can't get him. They love to. Buy Jaywalk, they'll get me. Sad. Love Andrew Cuomo please rich people come back to New York please pretty please. I'll make your drink of make you dinner. That dinner drink will cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. If you go back, you're going to save a fortune leaving new. York City. And State. But. If you leave, don't bring your liberal policies with you, I need to get out of here if that's what I need, I, need to get the hell out of here. They don't want me anyway. 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What do you think Are you a say to president trump who brags about his test and makes your state an issue of Otis were if you can't figure out the difference between elephant and a Lion I don't know what the hell he's talking about is you watch that come on and I I know you're trying to goad me but I mean, I'm so forward looking to have an opportunity to sit with the president or stand with the president and debates they're going to be plenty of time and by the way as I joke with them, you know it. I shouldn't say I'm GonNa say something I I probably shouldn't say anyway, I am I am very willing to let the American public judge, my physical mental fill, my physical as well as my mental fitness and to you know to make a judgment about who I am. Yes and by the way you all know but most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions the Latino community is incredibly diverse community. All Right, scary. If nothing else there's Joe Biden. You all. Well, by the way you know most people may be don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions. The Latino communities incredibly an incredibly diverse community within incredibly diverse different attitudes about different things by the way come on man come on man. You, you just take a cane a Hewitt. Junkie. Anyway or posters back with us lot going on obviously John. McLaughlin pollster strategist, Matt, Towery, syndicated columnists, and poster. We've all noticed the president more dial in certainly on covert and a lot of other issues and he's out there being president Joe seems like the rigors. The slight new rigors of the campaign is minor as they are might have an impact Welcome. Both of you back to the program how big an issue does before we get two polls, the state of the campaign on how how big an issue does the question about Biden strength, stamina even alertness mental acuity. How as a story is that now becoming? It's the covering more of a story but the real story is his radical policies because a lot of people thought Joe Biden and most of those voters. Joe Biden. WHAT'S GONNA stand up to the radicals it'd be the moderate in the party and instead they're seeing that that he's being dictated to by Nancy Pelosi Chuck Schumer then Bernie Sanders. So this the the the the mental. Reservations that voters have about him now is a real concern because he's GonNa put policies in place that cluster Americans millions of jobs, raise their taxes, open our borders and Justin sorts of terrible things that this is becoming the most important contrast election in probably since maybe eighteen sixty, four, eighteen, sixty, this is really critical for the future of the country is one of the thing to add Matt towery you know just not that long ago he'd bragged about, of course, I've taken the test I've I've taken the cognitive test over and over many many times he said and you know why the hell would I take a test? No I haven't taken a test forget his answer from the last time. Well I think this is a big issue Sean and if you recall a couple of weeks ago, we were all on the show and I we discussed the possibility that he might try to duck the debates, and of course, since that time period, we've seen all these editorials and opinion columns like trying to give them a reason why he should not debate now I don't say that he's not going to debate although I'm very nervous about this the commission on debates because it leans heavily blessed and what what little changes they might make or There can make a big difference in the free flow of what takes place I think his campaign is in a panic over his inability to articulate anything for the last more than thirty seconds. I mean it is very, very clear and you probably did the best imitation I've seen a long time because you were counted the entire thing award for work he he's having a real problem and I don't know how they're going to do with it. It is a huge problem when the American people finally see which by the way man I'll add one thing. Yeah because I because I also think that Jon hit the real big point to let's say everything was one hundred percent perfect problem now becomes this is the most radicalized candidate of a major party in our history but Bolshevik. Bernie. Socialism AOC's sees new green deal. He's pledging trillions bozos. His gun confiscation Gar czar it's scary. It is scary and I and I think you're gonNA. See another scary part because whoever he chooses the and I'm not taking my eyes off Susan Rice I know that sounds like the crazy I'm not either don't get. It would get this of the Republicans going like no tomorrow. But that would be Barack Obama's dream vice presidential candidate and what he wants maybe more important than what? Biden wants I actually agree with that although I'm kind of leaning Pick Kamala is expected but I think it could be anybody but I don't see anybody out there vice presidents historically don't impact presidential races all that much as long as they don't do that much harm. John McLaughlin well, I think his pick is going to compound the problem he's got that he's not in control he's the basement in Delaware and he's being. Dictated by radicals. So if he picks somebody like Karen Bass who thinks they'll Castro's a great guy or camelot Harris whose from that left wing cal- California Culture who favor big government and favorite less freedom for us by the way picture showing congratulations on your new book live free or die. The title is really about the selection and that's the stakes yet whether we're going to see a lot more big government or Whether we're going to see our ability to keep our freedom and keep our country strong and safe. So I saw this coming John. I saw coming a year ago. I just didn't think they'd that he would get this extreme in the choice would be this dramatic. That's never been as as big a choice election and I just say their stated plans implemented destroys the country as far as I'm concerned yeah and that's why. Trump is gaining in the polls. He's winning I mean when you look at those calls that you cited where you've got by the way, the Rasmussen reports poll had gained three and a week and were down three nationally then include California Illinois, New York and then, and then you've got the ha Hill Harris poll has within three. That's what the popular vote was four years ago, and then you've got all these battleground states whether it's Florida Ohio Pennsylvania they have up in up in Iowa. The voters are seeing the same contrast, your seeing and saying, I have to vote for trump I may not like the style of all time but I have to vote from 'cause I vote for these radicals I think that's ultimately what it's GonNa come down to Matt towery and the question here is and I think respect John Zoghbi upholster i. think we all do and I think he's probably close to where this really. Is and and John Referred to a number of other polls. But how big of an unhidden? Sorry. How how big of a hidden trump vote is there out there people that will never tell you guys or any other pollster what they really think who they're voting for its its massive and I think it's bigger than it was four years ago when the three of us were all talking about this the last time. It has now become so difficult for someone to say that there are a supporter of Donald Trump that I find it very hard to believe that these live interviews participate that requires somebody cell phone interviews have people telling the truth and I think the president is if you look at the numbers right now, the president is about where he was in the last election and John John made this point the last time We were on the air and that that these numbers are pretty much a replay of what we saw on two thousand sixteen. So if you consider the fact that maybe the most people are saying how they feel the president doing even better, I would make one other point with respect to your book One of your big points is it's important to vote, but it's even more important to make sure that you tell other people. And educate them about what's going on and I think that's something that everyone needs to do in this election because we are being shut out and you talk about it all the time Sean we're being shut out by other media organizations that Biden story today that's not up anywhere the riots important last night you couldn't find it on most of the network there websites today I mean there is a deliberate effort to keep the. Public, knowing what's going on in order to try to help Joe by can you imagine they're hiding the riots? Can you imagine that the mob will never talk about Joe Biden and by the way it's not just Biden. It's Pelosi Schumer even Hillary and bill praising the guy that that literally filibustered the nineteen sixty four civil rights act his position on on the issues of segregation integration talking about not wanting his kids related integration. And a racial jungle imagine if Donald trump done any of these things that I argue that the media is the biggest contributor to the Biden campaign that we've ever seen John Absolutely I, mean the media's Sullivan the tank for this guy, and probably the way part of the reason, the Zoghbi in these other polls are coming out well is because they're actually doing likely voters where the keeping Republicans over thirty percent of the. Electric unlike these terrible polls that were under counting US adults, registered voters had Republicans weighted down to only twenty four percent and they were trying to beg us so that we wouldn't come out and but if you ever think that the Democrats are worried about the polls, look what they're doing in Nevada, they're trying to change the election laws to mail out ballot registered voter ever, and then allow campaign workers to to harvest them they're. GonNa, create all sorts of fraud going on there to try to steal Nevada. They are worried about losing Nevada right now. So so right now, the the Biden people are really worried about willing keep their African American. We'll keep the Hispanic vote and you know he's he's been embarrassed to say he's GonNa debate now but he's not fighting on early debate they're trying to bank votes before people even know how bad he is these comments. That he keeps making on race I, given the history and I'll probably go back to a lot of it tonight. But his history you know what worried that his children would grow up in a quote racial jungle of integrations not done in an orderly way. What does he mean by that? Lies about the civil rights protests in a now you ain't black more recently supporting the guy that filibustered the civil rights act I mean it's. Amazing that guy. As his mentor and Great for the Senate. Blah Blah Blah the things that he said, you know poor kids are just as smart as white kids what we just played early we've been playing throughout the day. What he says to this reporter what he said today is you know I frankly was shot. They couldn't believe what I heard in unlike the African American community. What most people don't know is the Latino communities incredibly diverse Matt was does this now pylon to the point where people cannot ignore it in the media? Well he you know anybody who's followed his career knows Joe Biden has gone from one side to the other numerous times. So he was an affable politician on Capitol Hill I worked in the Senate when he was younger senator for a period of time he was likable but and it was sometimes viewed as a moderate sometimes viewed as a as a liberal go back and forth. But on issues like this, he's got this chequered collection of comments and now to our point earlier, his chequered collection of. Comments devolving into comments that don't make sense and have his handlers the people running that campaign just cringing every time he takes on something I. Mean He's correcting himself many times because he knows he's GonNa get in trouble he says what's on his mind because what's on his mind doesn't come out right. So I think this for Donald Trump they would be beating him to death today over just that one comment just the one McLaughlin give you and then we'll have final predictions I I. Got I. Totally share bats of you on this but I tell you. It's like you know in a family when when when GRANDPA gets older and you wonder if the if the freight's whichever went off between the brain and the mouth and they just say things that are coming up from the like you said, it's subconscious but it's becoming conscious here Biden? Saying these things and like Matt said if it was president trump, they will be all over him but right now they they keep giving a pass because. He's going to pick an African American woman as Vice President and I think a lot of people are GonNa look at that and say that I could be president. So better be good tech but on the other hand, it's not going to cover up a lot of these faults. All right prediction time eighty, nine days out Matt towery. It is the night of November third or early morning November fourth we can now project finish the sentence easier predicting that your book is going to stay number one. All right. Thank you. By the way of you want to invite both of you at six thirty tonight everybody's invited. You don't have to buy anything we'RE DOING A Town Hall David. Limbaugh will be interviewing me about live for your diet but go ahead prediction now. Okay I'M GONNA throw your for another loop. I talked about debate last time I mean to say this I'm GONNA say they're gonNA project, Donald. Trump the winter but I cannot guarantee you that the person he defeats in the end is Joe Biden, and I'm just GonNa say remember the Thomas Eagleton Situation of Nineteen, seventy two, I'm not putting it past the Democrats to pull him out of this thing after he gets the nomination I'm not saying it's going to happen but I know they're panicking right now because he cannot debate this president or it will be a John McLaughlin real quick. Like dogs to Kim I say, do we lost right stop with the call waiting I say again. We are going to Donald. Trump. Will Win this race, but he's running like an underdog and we will make sure that every day between now and election day we're going after every vote. Possible. So so be decisive, but we gotta keep the underdog and. My my advice act like you six points down you got a march down the field two minute drill eighty yards crossed the plane, hit the extra point, and that's the only way you can win not how urgent I feel about it. But thank you both Matt towery John. McLaughlin. What a what a day this has been for Biden what a disaster I. Mean you know I let let's go back to yesterday when he freaks out on this reporter and keep in mind now we'll. You know he's the guy that actually said Oh yeah. Of course, they're taking a cognitive test. Of course, I have what are you talking about taking I take them all the time. Have you been tested for some degree of cognitive decline? I've been testing. Look. All you gotTa do is watch me and I can hardly wait. To compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I'm running. Okay. I'll take that bet and if you feel that that confident Joe then well, guess what want we have the first presidential debate scheduled for September twenty-ninth. Now, the president's offered you there formally asked you fourth debate between the between the two of you and it should be held early next month before any state start sending out absentee ballots to the American people. Let them see this match up that you're so confident in before anybody votes that'd be fair for the American people. I'm tested I'm constantly tested. Well, that's not what he said yesterday then he lost it I mean literally loses it on this poor reporter. You know when asked if he's taken the cognitive test, he actually says he didn't listen the please clarify specifically have you taken a cognitive now I haven't taken a test why the hell would I take a test? On. Man That's like saying you before he got in this program, you take a test where you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think? Are you with Jodi say to president trump who brags about his test and makes your state an issue for voters were if you can't figure out the difference between elephant and a lion, I, don't know what the Hell is talking about is you watch that look come on and I know you're trying to goad me but I mean I'm so forward looking to have an opportunity to sit with the president or stand with the president debates. They're going to be plenty of time and by the way as I joke with them, you know. I I shouldn't say I'M GONNA. Say something I don't I I should say anyway I am I am very willing to let the American, public judge my physical mental. Mice physical as well as my mental fitness and to To make a judgment about who I am? Let's break this down. Come on man command. Come on man come on. Man. Wow. have. You taken a test cocaine you take a test you junkie man come on man. I'm looking so forward. To put him in cognitive. What is My physical health and cognitive, well, my physical and mental of. FIT TO FIT fitness. Against Donald Trump's. You know what? He does know the difference between a elephant. And a lion. was He thinking about an elephant donkey? What does he think about the democratic? Right the GOP. Oh I'll be honest with Sean when when I start to understand Joe, Biden numbers going to leave the premises because if my starting to make sense out of these things, I mean something is wrong with me I I truly don't. It's I. Think it's really sad that like not a single, he doesn't have a single friend one friend not one person say hey. Joe. These took a few buddy I think it's time for you to say, I don't think it's working good for him so far I'm single friend it's see. Now come on he's finally he's doing the lightest. You know it's like a the most moderate campaigning ever and but it's ridiculous as our disaster. Verb it's. It's you make an excellent point. This is a man who's going to get up and talk to world leaders and give presentations in front of the UN and you know could you imagine if he was in charge of trying to get rid of al-Qaeda and Sulejmani and dealing with with him sitting down with Putin? Let's start there. How about sitting down with China let's start there. They see what's going on here and guess what they don't. They don't. They're not of woke society that puts their head in the sand and they're not seeing the obvious. He he says today. Yeah. People in this country illegally you know they they should have access to healthcare. He's already talked about amnesty. You know, what are we doing trump continues to focus on all those industries that are obsolete in America. You mean, those manufacturing jobs that ain't coming back in the same interview, he flipflop on eliminating the filibuster. He did this interview with the National Association of Black Journalists and Association of Hispanic Journalists and now when he goes on to say that if he agreed with Obama regarding ending the filibuster and I don't think we have to really be able to pass that anyway, and then he said he expects Democrats to elect five or six new senators and when he was told that that would not be enough to get the. Super majority to pass a new voting rights legislation. He said that with President Trump gone more Republicans will be willing to vote their conscience without fear retribution, which you can provide the required number of votes. I just don't believe you're going to have this kind of resistance we've had before but when pressed on whether he does impact disagree with Obama about getting rid of the filibuster. Well, what I said was if in fact. and then he goes on to explain that he supports it. You do not agree with President Obama that getting rid of the filibuster is necessary. He described it as a relic of Jim Crow. What I said was that if in fact they are as obstreperous as is expected, we'd have to get rid of the filibuster. The filibuster has also saved a lot of bad things from happening too so you. Know I I. I'm sorry I thought I'm on record as saying that if the Republicans if there's no way to move other than getting rid of the Filibuster, that's what we'll do. So now he supports getting rid of the filibuster when he just got done saying he's against it. I mean you know, and then claiming these jobs are obsolete in America I mean scary any also in the same you know he's he keeps doing the same interviews. You know illegal immigrants should have access to the same benefits. Everybody else has access to should undocumented immigrants also be able to get subsidized healthcare if they are working in the United States America. And they are paying taxes, they should have access to healthcare. They should have access to what everybody else has access to, and then maybe the whopper revolt. Loppers. Is when he goes on this very same town hall, most people don't know by the way and well, you all know what most people don't know is unlike the African American community with notable exceptions, the Latino Communities and incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things I guess is that the equivalent of you ain't black again, what is he saying here listen? Yes, and by the way what you all know most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With incredibly different attitudes about different things. You go to Florida you find a very different attitude about immigration in certain places than you do when you're in Arizona. So it's a very different. A very diverse community is a long way until November we got more questions. You got more questions telling if you have a problem figuring out whether you're for mayor trump and you ain't black. You Ain't black. On top of his history of you know praising the guy that filibuster civil rights act of nineteen, sixty, four, the I mean really. The guy that talked about immigration this is Joe Biden imagine if Donald Trump Saturday did any of these things or praise people that that literally literally bustard. The Civil Rights Act Voting Rights Act Sixty, four, sixty, five when it mattered by the way, Republicans they're the ones that helped. Make that landmark legislation happen. We'd Lyndon Johnson. The Democrat is president. You know he supported an anti busing amendment by the UP. Robert Byrd former KLANSMAN worried his children about integration would grow up in a quote. Racial. Jungle. Integrating our schools. That's pretty. Insane. and. Then now, the issue that we have, you know that I know the mob and the media they talk about a privately trust me they all. Do you know the Democrats are like freaking out over this today they know Something not some not right. I'm not a doctor and on playing one on radio or TV. But something is off here. I. Just my own simple observations that the guy that you know when he started out his vice president pretty strong rigorous. You know he's lost it. And terms of he had a fastball. Bad. A change that's gone to they had a slow pitch that's gone. And he's he literally even the four years since he's left office he looks frail and it looks like it needs a nap every five seconds and he can't doesn't know what day of the week it is. Sometimes doesn't know what office he's running for sometimes. I mean. It's it's. Insane. I'm I'm starting to chronicle because you need to know. I all my buddy mole, the liberal in Brooklyn New York mode the liberal in Brooklyn. New. York Sir it has been far too long. How are you? My friend? Cami I gotcha how are you? Sir I'm Wonderful Sean how you been it's been three years since we spoke. Oh my gosh, I know Weird Way I. Miss You give me a hard time most of my career. Sean you are a very difficult human being your take. The most dangerous man in America more. So even now, but I like, what can I tell you, Alaska, why am I? Because I have a different opinion than yours. Sean the world needs to move on. We need to move on right we need to move on and maintain liberty and freedom you want to adopt Bolshevik Bernie's economic plan really you want this new green deal trillions of dollars Biden's pledging to to spend you want to you want some New York City safe and secure and of democratic rule I don't. You want law and order. I live in Brooklyn? Man and new? York City doing fine. You know you live in Brooklyn on on Sunday my friend. Yeah. Let me tell you something New York City. It's a Adam shift show you know and I know it. You know pass away my friend ammo that's. The way. I saw he was with the everybody that I know that. Knew Him loved him. Oh. Yeah. He was a great man definitely a great man. I still don't get why I'm dangerous though because I have a different view, you don't you think I'm dangerous. Sean the the I'm not going to criticize the views and opinions you hold. Dear. But Sean this guy a better way we we don't need this stuff. You know the people who died Cogan had no health care. That's all I gotta say just out now merced Queens soon, a job the other day right in the epicenter of the debts of very dense neighborhood full of people from India China everywhere living in a big apartments and they wrote the death sentence. No proper help care. Molly. What happened to the great promise of Obamacare, millions lost their doctors millions lost their plans. Forty percent of the country only has one Obama Biden Care Exchange. And the last thing I'll say to you Bo is that we're all paying two hundred percent more and I can't believe you'll double down on more government you live in the dumbest Cova decision came from your mayor and came from your governor. Sad. But no, hear your voice, my friend God bless you always and please call more often we miss you eight, hundred, nine, four, one, Sean, you want to be a part of the program don't forget our townhall six thirty eastern Hannity Dot. com. One hundred percent free meet interviewed by David Limbaugh about the election live free or die and I mean it America, and the world is on the brink and eighty nine days. Twenty five till the top of the hour. Thank you by the way you launched in the book it number one. Thank you so much. It's by the way off thirty four percent discount today on Amazon Dot com, which is Great I. You know I wrote it. So people would read it if you get one copy share with ten people that'd be awesome. It's not about it's not about buying the book is the definitive guide what is at? And either, we're going to continue to be the greatest country. God, gave man or we will be the generation Reagan warned about when he said freedoms but one generation away from extinction. Also, love to remind you that tonight. This radio program six, thirty, eastern, three, thirty Pacific. Have a town hall. He go to Hannity Dot Com. Just click on the link at everyone's invited one, hundred, percent free and all of you are invited and David Limbaugh will be interviewing me about live free or die American the world on the brink and also you can ask me questions and we'll have fun right. So but you don't have to buy a book just come and join. US hang out with us. We'd love to have you. It's amazing how many people have been joining US online for these virtual events pretty amazing All right. Let me go to the deep state. Let's go back to where Sally Yates was yesterday starting with. Well, if I knew now how hard it was to get that one answer I would not of sign the FIS application I don't agree with Lindsey Graham necessarily cheese that he believed he said, Oh, I I don't necessarily believer I'm a trust but verify but the fact that she liked Rod Rosenstein saying, yeah, he I knowing now no, it was fraud on the court. By the way the law would have required that the mmediately on finding that out she's supposed to go back to the court and tell the court she hasn't done as far as I know anyway listened from yesterday he signed that warrant application in October January is that correct? Knowing now knowing then what you know now would you signed that application Sitting out a never signed any document. Built. because. Document was a fraud Zada Fair statement. If you knew then what you know now, you wouldn't have signed it. A. Wooden sign anything that I knew to contain errors or emiss- did they contain errors and admissions yet and would never? Sign Document I didn't do the twenty seven years I believe you did no I. Believe didn't know that what you sign was wrong. The question is if you had known you wouldn't sign it is that correct? That it contained incorrect information on a circle. Thank you. And do you agree with me? It did contain incorrect information. I know that now based on the Horowitz from us all I'm trying to say. I'm not saying what you lied to the Gordon I'm saying you signed something that was ally. You didn't know it but did she I don't know I don't have an answer by the way Durham. Now set to interview John Brennan This is taking evidence. Now everything we've told you that the dirty dossier that even Yates admit and Andrew, McCabe admits without that dirty bought and paid for Russian misinformation dossier they never would have gotten a single. Application. Denying Carter page is civil liberties and constitutional rights to spy on candidate trump all the way through and deep into his presidency pretty amazing and that Jim Komi went rogue looks like Jim Komai. Has Become radioactive as Lindsey Graham said to me last night Greg Jarrett. We we welcome back Greg and John Solomon just the news dot Com Greg witch-hunt hoax to bestsellers on this I don't believe her necessarily the you I'll give her the benefit of the doubt till I know better though well, either she's lying or she is profoundly incompetent. Look I'm had a lawyer for four I. Know I know how we're in applications work when you're the prosecutor and they stick. A document in front of you, you have to ask questions did she ask any now? Did she ask where the dossier came from? No did she demanded to know who paid for it? No If she'd ask those tough questions is important questions she would have learned it all funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC and a reasonable person would have dismissed it and tossed it into the garbage. She didn't she used it and she didn't have the decency used. To policy is to Carter page whose rights constitutionally were violated his life was ruined but you know to hear Sally Yates tell it. Yes. Oh Gosh. She's the victim of all of James Comey and companies lies and malfeasance Not Carter page you know her behavior yesterday was absolutely disgraceful. She refused own up to her own inept and incompetent decision makings. The fact is she was a a partisan she was a holdover from the Obama Administration. She's the one marched for the White House and urge Don mcgann and. The Vice President of Fire Flynn for lying win. In fact, the agents who interviewed Flynn said he did not lie and so Sally Yates was equally rogue and corrupt is James. Comey. Andrew. McCabe Peter Struck and the whole gang. Yeah. John Solomon Three, plus years is what we've been doing and pretty amazing. Again, more vindication for us and more damning information of the deep state for the mob in the media and everybody else to push the Russia hoax lie your reaction. Well, I I greg's analysis of yesterday is spot on. I couldn't have said it better myself. It's just remarkable what an spectacle it was to watch this bureaucrat not being able to own up to her own thing and then so call me under the bus which you are factually the facts support which he said he did go. That's true but she didn't own up to her own behavior. The behavior of all those others signed their name to four vice applications that were patently false and Greg said something really profound that I think is so important if he had just. Asked me, FBI. She would've found out that Hillary. Clinton pay for it. That's absolutely true. Why do we know that 'cause? Christopher Steele just testified in his very first meeting with the FBI. So I fit twenty sixteen before the fight was even conceive he told them Hillary. Clinton's my ultimate client and she's read it on this project Sally Yates had blinders on all through this process. It's so many the other leaders in the Justice Department did shameful and I think the American people walked away with that since after watching the hearing yesterday. Let me ask Greg. And I WANNA know about tied to the presidential campaign in a minute Greg did WANNA get your legal view on this case involving the NRA and the New York Attorney General as it relates to the NRA And I find this amazing eighty nine days before the election. Probably the NRA would spend upwards I guess seventy one, hundred, million dollars in their effort to support trump. I look at the timing of this and I'm like it's more than suspicious to be and I I don't know anything about the finances of the NRA I know issues of come up about you know. Expenditures that might have been in question but I don't know anything about what that's about, but it seems to me the timing is political and there's all of these liberal groups as very few conservative groups that have as much impact as the NRA. But there's a tunnel liberal ones and I don't see the same type scrutiny and I would think the Attorney General of New York had more important things to do like maybe find the people that are out there shooting up the streets in New York the way they are. Yeah Latinos James Formerly of the city council in a raging progressive liberal Leftist firebrand has been anti-trump from the moment You know she became New York. State's chief prosecutor, and this nobody can look at this reasonably and say this is not a political prosecution and that will be demonstrated you know her evidence is is pretty weak She she you know she had her way there would be no guns in America at all and the Second Amendment would be repealed were nullified. And that's just this. That's what this is all about and her lawsuit will go nowhere and and I'm happy to see by the way the NRA is now suing her so good for them. John your take on it I mean let's look at the broader political picture. Let's talk in this sense. Let me ask you the question about the deep state issue. I. Mean How impactful will that be if this now comes to a head in September like you're suggesting the dorm report will listen today of reckoning is going to be here in just a few weeks i. Think it'll be around that Labor Day timeframe we've been talking about will it be criminal charges? Well, it'd be a report whether it'd be people indicted I. Think they're still to be determined have been a very serious exhaustive criminal investigation going on and here's something I'll throw into the rents in addition to Durham I would keep a very close eye in addition to Durham I. Do. Think he's going to give birth to what we're whatever he's found I think we should keep a very close eye on John Dash the US attorney from Texas who is very furiously and fast working on the unmasking unlawful searching of Americans records. Remember that's the very first story that I came to you with the shot back in March, the seventeen that started it all. It's funny that at the end of this journey, we're going back in deeper looking at that I get the sense that they're uncovering some very troubling behavior on unmasking and upstream searching of American's phone records that should not have been targeted I. Keep an eye on both of those kind of coming into the public view at the beginning of labor. Day or just after. I mean it's it's pretty amazing. So you'd think is in the form of the dorm, a report because the attorney general had said that now this is a criminal investigation. I think that they have been working towards a criminal re resolution of the case. It's not clear to me that a grand jury has or will end up indictments. I've always been care for the Sam a little dubious at this is going to be a widespread amount of diamonds. Your confidence that it's heading in that direction is more than it's ever been. Certainly, the activity I'm seeing looks like a criminal investigation that normally precedes an indictment or plea deal, but I have not seen evidence of indictment or plea deal my turf for Tation, of yesterday, Gregg Jarrett is that James Comb is viewed as toxic and let's all circle the wagons wagons around. Obama. And if Komi goes gets thrown overboard so be it a smile interpretation. Well, that's a solid interpretation You know I have said many times before written this you know the people who? Perpetrated the Russia hoax lied to Congress lied to the American people you know our James Comey, Andrew McCabe Peter Struck and and I would throw in you know John Brennan, the instigator of the hoax and you know all of these people should be held criminally responsible. It's true that Durham's investigation about a year ago transformed into a criminal investigation which. The use of a grand jury and I. Hope they are using it i. hope there are indictments I'd like to see them. I like to see him too and I think if we do see it I, think this dramatically changes the race. How impactful would that be now John? I've always said how do we have a vote in two thousand and twenty when we don't know what the Democrats did in two, thousand sixteen, the American people deserve to know. Now I'm getting a little impatient and a little tired of waiting for John Dorm. I think all are, but these investigations are complicated and all signs that I've seen as reporter that Durham is run a very thorough complete investigation. One thing to watch for as a with. John. It with the word that John Brennan may soon be interviewed some the issue they're looking at with John Brennan is a little bit different than the price and all the things that are the FBI wrongdoing is, did he create a false and misleading intelligence? Assessment that the Russians were trying to help trump when the evidence in fact, cut against that in some question thing to watch in the next couple of weeks will evidence emerged from own deny Congress and elsewhere that there was dissent on that issue that what John Brennan said publicly that everyone agreed on this may not be true that could potentially lead to false testimony charges. I think that's where John Durham's going with that part of the probe. All right. We'll know soon. Enough. Thank you. 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You know we're doing things for the first time and the one that came to me with the most passionate about it. You're you're this can work and. Obviously you're a lot younger than me so that's probably something to do with it. But it's it's hard. It's hard to acclimate to this. You know this is a big change to literally convert the IRL's or in real life events to virtual events and change everything and just people who is going to work. How can we do this? How can we all get together and it's like not only can you get together but you can do it in your pajamas? Yes. I mean, it's amazing it really. Gets really cool and you know people are definitely doing. Lots more of this with regular meetings. But we've just had so many awesome partners and everybody kind of helping out. But Yeah I think it'd be fun I. Think Maybe we'll do something next week and we'll do some. Why are you? So you're like threaten now I have to lose sleep again bill O'Reilly was telling me for a month is not going to be a Koepka interview Hannity. It's not going to be like all these other interviews are. Tough in that way, mine is going to be like the singers like I'm going to ask the you're be okay. Listen I can't. Give and take his point because we get you all about it and we talk and. Talk about like in weird stuff like did you ever wear braces? Yes it did I mean why are you? Me Question like that? Of course because it's fun I mean these are the things that people want to know about right like this is the. Braces Okay Mars divall everybody wants to know that I want to know that what was the? Night I started doing all the imitations that I I only. I barely cut it with imitations as far as I'm concerned I want. One. The Godfather one is my. That's my favorite. I WANNA. Side ever. Tonight. I will not freak the peace we've made it together. I give you. My word gotta get shot on Jason for the music. But I will say this from my. My son Michael comes back. If anything should be fallen. an accident of any kind. I will hold everybody in this room account. He really liked that hurts my voice to do that one you just. Bill Clinton. I want to say all the chicks Oh join us on our town hall six thirty eastern tonight. JUST CLICK ON HANNITY DOT COM join now button love to say. I'll be with me and we can talk and chat a little bit after the townhall Heidi. What did he say something? Virtual event with Bill Clinton who get real weird real quick. Have the same kind of the probably the. Tape existing somewhere. I don't know I read these things. The funny things I've read all these scandals on, I have to like ask my staff. What does this mean slick Willy Yeah. Oh who else I love doing rush. And although I don't do him while and mark is like the great marklevinshow new on stays always the biggest hit. So I always say to people if you're friends with Mark Levin and we're best friends I said, you don't need coffee in the morning. You don't need a wake up call six, fifty, nine, seven, latest, seventy, one, you're going to get a call. THIS CHEF Say nobody else will say it. They're setting is is mark as a constitutional landmark attorney genius. You know the the problem is that he's outraged because he knows the law you know this is one of the things that we are all talking about every day is that you look when you're informed. It's very upsetting when you watch what's happening and that's why we keep talking about live for your Diet and how important is because it is America and the world on the. Linda I'm I'm I'm scared to death in terms vary. By the way I'm not somebody asked this question. You know if I have anything that I'm I'm afraid of the answer is no. He was Riley actually might be a non cupcake interview. One of the two I, gave them. And no I don't feel I really worry about you never going to ever stop worrying as long as you live. Now Liam is what five now four. Or five last week. Yeah. Happy Birthday to lamb I didn't send the president yet but my presence is so good that they're worth waiting for. Early. The president is basically whatever you want. You got it. Just sorta like, Belmont. Adopted my adopted nephews. Wonderful. Talking with you again, I'm good to go. Okay. You want to tell that story. We go to target to get president for Lima Choo Choo train is forty Choo Choo Trains Linda's looking at everyone look at the price and target everyone finally I get sick and tired of me. Sweet Baby James, Komo's was getting over there. They go get a carton I through every train in the car. Let's go. We're done. We're buying them off of ninety did was he not happy when you came home I wasn't happy had to carry all that home on Amtrak. Okay. was he not ecstatic trained rounds? Of course he was thrilled the costs his mom was looking at which trains should I pick? You know okay. I don't have time to go shopping for four thousand hours. I thought you wouldn't even invited. You just came I was like, no. You stop while we were all in the car Diane home and so okay I agree. All right. We'll stop at target we gotta get Liam present. Let's get presents. We all go in. Then, and when when you are taking forever when I used to do daddy daughter day. Dr. Ninety Day was great. She got it was. Great she with this, and this is now family lor in my family because. So anyway, give her ten minutes with any store. She wants you can get anything she wants ten fifteen minutes Max. Then, the clock would go I'd say which store Okay Ready Go She go in there and she's like a shopper like you. And I. Mean. This is the girl. When we go to dinner and I a sweetheart, what do you want for desert? I look is too expensive. I'm like okay. The. State that you just ate is a lot more expensive. I can afford the desert whatever you want. She's and and then the only thing that made her and then we let her pick any place she wants to go eat any restaurant any place Subway for years subway. And then I'm like I kept mind we can go. Here we go. Here we go here subway daddy subway. So. We did that and we always we now we talk about all the time she learned though when I would take friends and let them participate in Daddy. Daughter. Day. All the friends weren't stupid. They've how it's ten minutes shopping cart race around the place wing everything into the court until I got. Your time is up she learned after that I could never do that Oh my God Liam I think Liam would literally be like no Momma just give me one of each from the toy store because that's what kids do they. They go into a store they don't. They don't even look at what they want. They just look at what they don't have like I. Want Him. I don't even want that. That's not even something you're. Interested in that you know what? It's the memories that thoughts account here. Let's get a call in here. Don't forget six thirty tonight eastern time David Limbaugh free for everybody Just go to Hannity Dot COM Click on the join now link Let us say hi to Ron and Vegas. By the way we keep hearing Nevada's play hope. So Hope New Mexico is hoping New Hampshire out Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota Pennsylvania Congressional district to in. In Maine also play how are you sir? Good. Thank you sean so much for having me on your your show is wanted to really give you a what is how I feel about this I think the president trump is going to be a slam dunk winner and I believe of the mob media Pelosi Schumer you can name them all they're they're just like Baghdad guy of Bob. And they they're running scared I. Think they know that they cannot beat this guy that's why they relentless with him and they do not him up they don't give him credit for anything but on the street, there is zero zero excitement for by I. Don't hear not even a work and I own a home in two different states not in either place. So I just wanted to kind of ease your fears I believe it's GonNa be huge that he's GonNa win by. I have that same process. I just I can't allow myself to go where you are could think logically and give you my logical. Political. Analysis. Has Donald Trump lost the voters that he had in two thousand sixteen I do not believe. He has I. Hope Not I don't think he has home. Is enthusiasm great if not greater, it's greater in my opinion. Then, the question is well, what about these swing voters? Today really does America Really Want As president a guy that is as frail as Joe Biden. The America's GonNa have to answer that question. Does America want a president that says the police have become the enemy. And doesn't say a word about the thousands of cops injured and those killed and the nightly rioting by anarchists even take it over cities, precincts, etc America's that. I don't think anybody in America does. So I think they want law and order and safety insecurity I. DO believe we're making great progress. We know we're making great progress when final. Phase trials for a vaccine. Thank God Operation President Trump's initiative operation warp speed. Then the question is it's going to be a choice you want higher or lower taxes who do you want on the Supreme Court? You know. D. Do you want to get rid of the electoral college and and do you want to jam the Supreme Court with justices impact the courts with those that will legislate from the bench? He want open borders as Biden's out there advocating for today. do you or United Sanctuary states of America. Do you want secure borders want energy independence? 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Ep. 807 - The Left vs Itself

The Andrew Klavan Show

47:17 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 807 - The Left vs Itself

"Queen Elizabeth the second has cancelled. Prince Andrew's birthday party in the wake of the prince's BBC interview about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. In a statement from Buckingham Palace the Queen's. She said she'd been planning to do a delightful fair with balloons and a clown and even possibly some ice cream cake. But since the prince insisted on raping little girls he did not deserve any balloons instead. We have to eat his ice cream cake in a room by himself. Although she might still allow the clown to entertain the family privately in his interview with the BBC Prince Andrew insisted that the pictures of him surrounded by Bare breasted underage girls on Epstein private pedophile island were clearly faked since his honorable but traumatizing service. During the Falklands Islands Falkland Islands Island's war had left him unable to pronounce the word breast thus rendering him incapable of instructing the girls to expose themselves prince. Andrew further told the BBC interviewer that a service had left him unable to sweat and that that water pouring down his face during the interview with some sort of miracle which was further proof of his innocence. Because God would not have done that for him if he'd been guilty of raping little girls us since God is generally agreed to frown on such behaviour after the Queen announced she would be cancelling his birthday party. Prince Andrew's said he was devastated to learn. Mummy was crossed with him. And hope that perhaps you would change her royal mind and let him have the balloons because he so loves balloons and hadn't meant to give such a naughty interview and after all the girls he had been with weren't really children or they wouldn't wouldn't have had those terrific breasts. The Queen later released a statement saying there might be one or two balloons if the prince was very good but she would see however Prince Andrew ever raped a child again he would be sent to was room. Which is the county of Sussex Trick Andrew Klavan and this is the Andrew Klavan show the game also say tops? Learn to sing. Yeah so lately. I've received a number of letters complaining that I've been unfair to the alt-right almost almost all of these letters say that. I haven't taken the grievances of the gropers seriously enough that is. I don't see where they're coming. From for instance when the left decries whiteness is toxic character trait and then celebrates the fact the white people will soon be a minority in a nation. That hates them. Shouldn't it be easy to see. Why White folks would find that threatening after years of endless bliss foreign wars that seemed to help Israel more than America? Isn't it obvious why some people might become suspicious of the large number of Jews among hawkish neo conservatives. Now now it's unfair to say that I haven't taken at least some of these complaints seriously. The left's Anti White Racism is disgusting and I've denounced it repeatedly all racism from New York Times identity identity politics. Two Ku Klux Klan identity politics seems morally exactly the same to me not to sin against the image of God but a stupid idea that makes you stupider under the further. You follow it for Jews. There's no doubt they're a very successful minority which means both they're good guys and they're bad guys will be influential. They have a right to fight fight for what they want. Like all of us and I see absolutely no reason why we can't agree and disagree with their arguments on the merits instead of penalizing them for the fact that they have thrived in America as a group good for them all of which is simply to point out that just because the left is wrong doesn't mean the alt-right is right in fact seems to me. They're making the exact same mistake stake. The left always makes the alt-right is adopting the very values they oppose if the left is wrong to be racist against white whites than it must be equally wrong long to be racist against people of other colors likewise if it would be wrong for American Jews support Israel simply because they're jus it would be equally wrong to condemn Israel and their supporters or simply because they're Jews. The left is wrong. I say so all the time say so is the alright and for exactly the same reasons are old friends. Saint Paul had some good advice. Jason these matters namely do not be overcome by Evil but overcome evil with good. Politics isn't beanbag. And sometimes you have to play rough and when it comes to choosing between devils and jerks you have to side with the jerks every time but the conservative movement is in the midst of a massive and much needed realignment and if we let that realignment become poisoned with race race or religious hatred than they can only lead to one of two terrible outcomes. They're haters will win or are haters will win and in either case the worst people will take over the country. There's gotta be a better way than that and we'll be talking about ideas and how they poison the well how they poisoned the well of the American conversation just a second but first we'd be talking talking about something much jolly than that namely Ventura watches. I am wearing what has now become. I think my favorite watch which is venturo watch is really attractive very nice. The Band is nice. The faces Nice really easy to read. 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And we'll change your life possibly for the better you know. It's easy to see why leftist ideas drive right wingers insane. It's easy to see. Why right wingers feel justified in saying all kinds a crazy stuff just to fight back? It's it's like unbelievable the things that they talk about and the bias in their news that they think is absolutely objective. Brian stelter or and Sean Hannity Humpty dumpty. I'm sorry but that's a pretty good one. Brian stelter has a cult takes part on his show. Listen to this. What is this guy's name is cult expert Stephen Hasaan and he talks about the fact that anyone who voted for trump is as a member of an evil cult? I'm referring to Trump's organization and and followership as destructive call where people are being fed propaganda and they're not being encouraged to think for themselves and not being courage to really explore and look at the details and we're live at their own conclusion much of what they're hearing is emotionally driven loaded words thoughts stopping and thought terminating and eating type cliches fake news or build the wall or make America great again. You said the president is using mind control. But how how's was that provable. So we can start with the pathological lying which is characteristic of destructive of cult leaders saying things in a very confident way that have nothing to do with facts or truthfulness the the blaming leeming others and never taking responsibility for his own failures and faults shunning and kicking out anyone who raises questions questions or concerns about his own behavior his use of of fear mongering an immigration is a horrible thing. It is frightening to hear a cult expert. Say That you see all these signs right now today in American politics this I believe is. It's incredibly frightening so here. We have the signs of an evil cult Propaganda people are not being encouraged courage to think for themselves. They're not being courage to really explore. This is a quote booth to explore and look at the details and arrive at their own conclusions. These emotionally driven loaded words and cliche so we sent out our crack daily wire team of undercover investigators to see if we could find some examples of this emotionally driven loaded words the cliches of being fed propaganda and we actually came up with a video of this in taking place after yesterday's explosive testimony kicking off what promises to be another explosive week in the impeachment key to an enquiry we're bracing for potentially an explosive opening statement. Is there something that fireworks from today's explosive testimony. Another another explosive day of testimony and high stakes heading into a potentially explosive week of testimony. They most explosive thing. This is a slow motion explosion. Major breaking reading news or right now. The explosive truly explosive opening remarks. I can't emphasize how explosive this is. How explosive very explosive? Oh Soo shocking a cult taking place right in front of our very eyes. These cult You you know. Repeated words with emotional of emotionally charged words the cliches. It is. He's the guy is right. We're running you know. It is comical comical. That they can't see them so so it drives the right crazy. It drives me crazy. This is the news you turn on the news. CNN The most trusted name in news. ha ha ha. But and that's what you see on the news and it drives me crazy and it goes far far beyond that because you know go on just google the word gender word that two minutes ago had very simple meaning we understood what it meant. Here's I just Google this and here's a video came up with his put out by PBS. So this the public funded stuff I think the name of the show is the origins of things or something. Listen to this carefully and see if you can pick out the fallacies but I I will point them out but this is important stuff. This is stuff that makes into our schools and children are taught this kind of thing so listen to this for a minute. There are people who are intersex meaning that they share a variety of these traits across the sexual divide. People can have x chromosomes associated with women were present in most other ways as male and vice versa. It's also possible able to have a mixture of these traits that aren't easily quantifiable. And don't align neatly male or female designations. Although in some of these cases there are parents and healthcare providers writers who choose an assigned sex per child born with a mixture of traits at birth but while sex is mostly considered biological gender is more loosely defined cousin gender relates the performance of roles identities ideas surrounding masculine feminine or neutral traits and more often than not we looked gender to both outward behaviors and internal ideas about ourselves a good example of performing gender and society would be statement like all girls. Favorite color is pink. The first assumption that girl lines up with female sex and the second is that given the choice most if not all girls not only choose pink as their favorite color but will also be naturally predisposed to liking pink over other callers understand in A. We added that last part in but the thing is this. This is incredibly poisonous stuff to especially to teach it to children but look at fantasies she starts out talking about the fact that there are people who are the fallacies that she starts talking about the fact that there are people who are Intersex. Absolutely true there are people who have that problem but they're also people who have one leg and if I said to you human beings have two legs you would understand not to be the case that would be in fact if human beings are human being is a featherless bipeds. That would be true whether or not there were vanishingly. Small number of people born with feathers or born with one leg born with three legs. It would still be true that the human animal is a federalist bypass. It is the same thing that when you have the you do have people who are Intersex sex it you have all kinds of things that go wrong in the reproduction of human beings. But it's still true to say that people come in two sizes male and female. Those are the two kinds of human bs. There are there ain't anymore. Those are the two kinds. The other thing is this kind of typical feminist argument where she puts four this all all girls like pink? No no one would ever say that. There's a nonexempt that's there is. There's a zero number. Zero percent of people would make that statement that girls tend to favor pink More more than guys do is in fact the case and you know you see that and does that become sort of coded into society. Yes but a human universal I mean she points out in this video radio. She says there are places where they Recognize a third sex. That's true to your. That is true. There are a primitive societies where they recognize a category of person again vanishingly initially small. That is a third set. We recognize that here too but the very fact that they are a third sex tells you that really their only two and then there are these variations. Nobody but he says they're on variations among people. Nobody says there aren't masculine. Women and Feminine Men that you know. That's ridiculous the fact that they are using that to to take apart. What is a human universal? which is the divide between male and female which all societies every single one is based that that is the fallacy? So how does this happen. There is a terrific article in the Wall Street Journal. The other day by a guy named Peterman goes Ian an author he talks about how the academies are feeding the terrible and destructive ideas and stupid ideas into our culture and this is the thing that I believe is driving the right a little bit insane as we ourselves start to to see that our our former conservative consensus has collapsed. And we're trying to build it back again and we've got people like the never trumper saying no no. It's all we should just stick to what we had. It was good. We're still living in the Reagan era and obviously most of us know. That's not true but we don't know how we're going to move on into new worlds. Let me just read you this article in just a second but first let me talk about. That's Zillow my wife is always teasing me. On the only person in our family who doesn't have a higher degree I only have a B B. A degree I guess a bachelor's degree and she says she teases me because I don't have a higher degree and I always say that's because I paid for everybody else at the higher degrees but it is true that a masters master's degree a higher degree can help you get ahead and you don't want to wind up like me working in a hell hole like this right so you want better jobs. You want more advancement. A master's degree can help you to be a whole new. You and you can get this through Ashford. University can it's convenient and flexible Ashford. University's online master's degree program allows you to learn earn at your own pace. 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Academic academic missions have been developing concepts like these for more than thirty years. And all that time. They've been percolating only recently. Have they begun to emerge in mainstream unstreamed cultures. These academicians academicians. Yes People in the academy. They accomplish this by passing off their ideas of knowledge that is as zip these terms. Describe facts about the world and social reality and when some while some of these ideas may contain bits of truth. They aren't scientific by and large the the museums of ideologues. Or how does this. How did they do this all right? Here's how it works is called is called idea laundering. And that was a phrase made by Brett Weinstein. Who If you've seen the movie we know safe spaces was hounded out of Evergreen State College a truly vicious a truly vicious riots and fearmongering and threats and he calls this idea laundry like money laundering? Here's how it works. I various academics have strong moral impulses about something for some for example they perceive negative negative attitudes about obesity in society and they want to stop people from making the obese feel bad about their condition in other words they convinced themselves that the clinical concept of obesity which which is a medical term is merely a story we tell ourselves about fat a descriptive term. Okay second the academics share these sentiments. Start a peer reviewed periodical periodical such as fat studies which is an actual academic journal. They Organiz fat studies like every other Academic Journal with the Board of Directors Codified Submission Process Special Editions with Guest Editors Pool of credentialed experts submissions. And so on. The journals founders allies and collaborators then publish articles and fat that studies and grow their journals right eventually. After Activists Scholars Petition University libraries to carry journal making it financially viable for a large publisher like Taylor and Francis Fat Studies becomes established. They then have an answer when one ask the obvious question. How could that be just a narrative? There's overwhelming medical evidence reliably indicating that excessive fat is a health hazard says nothing to do with stories we tell us. A health hazard in response. The grievance even scholars point to articles in the Peer Review Journal Fat Studies and say look the peer reviewed articles but again the whole thing is a scam right because they set up the journal to work this way and it doesn't stop there grievance scholars than US articles like these published and fat studies to credential themselves and receive promotion and tenure. And that's why you've heard of some of these terms which are not factual they're they don't they don't relate to anything except the imagination of these scholars. It's like the Word Dragon Right. You can say dragon all you want. You can draw a picture of a dragon. But they ain't no such thing as dragon and that is the same with six gender with fat that's shaming with Hetero normative. These are things that just exists in the minds of these professors by setting up these journals and then pointing to them as if they were facts they make infest the culture at large politics at large. So this does two things right for one for one thing it. It drives the right crazy like I said and it gives some credence to people in the right. Were saying bad things things that are not true but they can point the left and say well you know we're reacting to this thing and everybody says well now it makes sense in context but it really doesn't but just as importantly it means that the left is now living in a fantasy world and this is what happens when they bring their ideas out recently. Michael Bloomberg has just announced that he's going to join the race the Democrat race for president. Right Elizabeth Warren just blew herself up by announcing the details of healthcare plan. And everybody looked at it and said Oh good a fifty billion gazillion dollar plan And she's going to finance it by taking thinking two cents away from each of six hundred billionaires. I mean there's just nonsense was a complete fantasy take bones and look at her cheekbones. Right The New York Times A former newspaper and now basically the trump crazy During the trump derangement syndrome center of the Democrat Party are themselves selves. Writing wrote an article today. Democrats increasingly vocal in calling Medicare for all a political liability party leaders describing the the healthcare proposal that appeals to the parties left as a risky bet. That could neutralize one of the Democrats prime issues in two thousand twenty as long as these ideas are talked about generally as long as there used used emotionally six gender fat shaming Medicare for all their fine. The minute you bring out the details and they hit the air every like how. That's a bad idea. You know let's not do that. So prominent Democrat critic leaders reading from the New York Times a former newspaper. Prominent Democratic leaders are sounding increasingly vocal alarms to try to halt political critical momentum for Medicare for all opting to risk alienating liberals and deepening the divide in the party rather than entering election year with a sweeping health care proposal that many sees a liability for candidates up and down the ballot. So why is Michael Bloomberg who announced before that he was not going to enter the race. Why is he entering the race? Now I think the answer's obvious there is a whole with the moderate candidate should be these left-wingers talked to themselves. They are infested stood with these academic ideas that are stupid. Young people buy into them because they've been taught these ideas in school as if they were knowledge as if they were fats when they really are Manu factured fantasies fantasies. That are that get these pure reviewed approval from the people who manufactured the fantasies In the first place. So it's it's really as if I started did a peer reviewed magazine on studying dragons on the existence of Dragon. Just exactly like this. When they're talking about sis normal then Hetero normativity and all this stuff exactly the same as I start a magazine and all the crazy people all the fantasists who believe in dragons get together and we have peer reviewed studies? And then we get this into the library and then we get a publisher to do it and then when people say but but but there are no dragons we say you anti dragon big here of the pure scholars in a peer reviewed magazine who say their dragon all right so there was a place for a normal candidate. A moderate candidate and that candidate was Joe Biden. The problem is Biden has no spine. He has no principles he sells out and he started to sound like a leftist himself and on top of that. He's one hundred twelve years old. He he is falling apart he has to Kane as we watch and then third. He's corrupt so finally Bloomberg. WHO said he's not going to get into? It says that he he now is the man who can beat Donald trump periods making his announcement president trump bins. Another trim. Meaning never recover from the damage. Image that you can do steaks could not be higher. We must win this election and we must begin rebuilding America by investing here at home and restoring our nation's credibility and moral leadership abroad. I believe my set of experiences in business government and philanthropy will enable me to both win and Salihi as a candidate. I'll rally abroad and diverse coalition Angela win and as president. I'll have the skills to fix. What is broken in our great nation and there is a lot broken? We have an academy on a me that is tilted against most Americans. We have a healthcare system. Cost too much and doesn't cover everyone. We have communities ravaged by gun violence including here in this region. Sadly mass shootings like the one earlier this year. Just seventeen miles from here. In Virginia. Beach had eh become almost routine. We cannot accept that we have to put an end to this madness. I'm Donald Trump and I what's really interesting about this. He's he can beat trump. What's really interesting is what his campaign manager Kevin Sheiky said on CNN? And listen to this. Mike is getting this race because he thinks that Donald trump is an existential crisis. And he thinks he's on a passenger victory and he's getting into to alter that dynamic. We're going to run a campaign against the president. WE'RE GONNA run campaign to try to make to make Mike the Democratic nominee. We're going to try to bring those together but both of those things are happening right now. So obviously comment also. Obviously he'll talk about in Virginia. The elections that occurred there recently. Mike Listen really led a campaign to elect Democrats that has the delegates down there. It's the first time in a very longtime with aircraft's hold both houses and the governorship it's been a big fight for us a real for a very long time because of the issue of guns and all the illegal guns that come out of state of Virginia and flow to the rest of the country and also the issue of the environment. So you the the key thing with air was he said bike thinks that trump is on the path to victory. And of course I think he is too and the reason he's on a path to victory is because a Democrats do nothing in the Congress they do absolutely nothing. The impeachment thing is blown up in their faces no matter what the press tells you and and the and all the candidates are on the left again no matter what the press tells you. Buddha judge can sit com a moderate. All he wants but he's not in fact back in the left is angry about this. Left is angry about Bloomberg entering the race. MSNBC the one of the voices of the left side from the New York Times Washington Post and and all the networks but one of the voices for the left Put together a montage of the left wing candidates shocked and dismayed to have this guy enter the race. We do not art believe that billionaires have the right to buy elections that is why multi billion as Mr Bloomberg on not going to get very far in this election. Elections should not be for sale not to billionaires not to corporate executives we need to build a grassroots movement. That's how democracy is supposed to work money. I will not win this election. Connecting with people will listen. We gotta get money out of politics. I let me just be honest with you. I mean I gotTA raise a ton of money to be competitive. And there's some people started this race with ten million dollars Are you drunk. He's not even talking sense. I mean that is not money out of politics. What does that even mean? Any money out of politics would he just got have rainbows like sparkling ideas floating around in the air utterly ridiculous. They all concentrate on his wealth but of course what they're saying is A paradox because if he can't buy it than his wealth doesn't matter and Hillary Clinton couldn't buy from trump trump spent about half as much as she did and won the election however Bloomberg. Ah He has dumped a he dumped an ad by. He's avoiding the first primaries he's going into the later. Primaries strategy never works. He's going national with his AD. Advise add by. It's huge. I think it's record-breaking like thirty million dollar ad by he's got big problems first of all he's got a massive news organization Bloomberg News News and they announced that they are since. They're not going to investigate him. They're not going to investigate any of the other Democrat candidates but they will continue to investigate Donald Donald Trump. So what makes them different from the New York Times. I mean what makes them different from all the other press. I've just become typical of all the press. So that is that is truly compromising to his is news organization if the Bloomberg News Organization actually makes an open statement that they are not going to That they're not going to investigate any of the other Democrats but they will investigate trump. They just become completely useless like CNN. So as many people will be watching them as CNN. The second problem is Bloomberg himself when He. He said that he wasn't going to run. He said at some point. You gotta say look. I would be seventy nine years old when I took office. People say well Ronald Reagan was eighty when he left. Yeah when he was eighty they carried him out Gaga. He says to start a four year job maybe an eight year job at eight. Seventy nine may not be the smartest thing to do But I think if I thought I could I would I would have entered the race. So the he himself says he shouldn't be in it he also said he would have to change all my views and go on. CNN called an apology Collagen tour. and He's already started that apologize. For New York's policy of stop and Frisk which was badly named policy was a policy of the police spotted. You and thought you were carrying a gun. They could come after you and the New York Times and the left helped bring that policy down which of saving black lives. It was an absolute shame that they brought it down And his third problem is he's a big nanny state guy which is really unappealing trump will bounce him down. The I mean it's only a little fellow only like five feet tall so trump towers over him and Obama them down the street. What with the policies? He's that he put in. He tried to ban Sodas big sodas in New York. He actually did ban Having more than two to one ratio of female and male restrooms He basically he put in place a two-term limit for city elected officials and then violated it. he's his record is is not that good and the very fact that he's in the race tells us that the bad ideas are blowing back on the left. We should come up with their own ideas to battle them. We should come up with good. Ideas has to battle them. which would be the way to go paint your life you know? Unfortunately I put my paint your life picture of myself across the room and I cannot reach it next time. Their sponsors this is come on I will show you. It is absolutely great It is a portrait of me taken from a photograph now. Obviously you're portrait of. You won't be as beautiful as portrait of me because But it is amazing. Amazing thing that they do It's a hand painted original painting of yourself or your children your family. Whatever you want From Paint Your Life Dot Com. 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It is a cleanliness Thanksgiving The wei-lien Lina gnashing of teeth is really going to be terrible. Wednesday will be our final show of the week. But check my show for you on Black Friday and we're going to announce some really exciting news and great great deals that we are giving away. We are part of black Friday. You're not going to want to miss it. It will be something to cling to in the Cleveland Lewis Weekend before your utter destruction. -struction all right. The mailbag is tomorrow. Go to daily wire DOT COM subscribe. Hit The podcast button. Hit the Andrew Klavan podcast hit that That mailbag symbol and asked me what you want. All your problems will be solved. We have David limbaugh coming up. We're going to continue this conversation about bad ideas because he's got a new book on exactly that subject. David Limbaugh you know is a lawyer. Nationally syndicated columnist with creators syndicate. He's a political commentator and author of nine national bestsellers. His newest one is guilty by reason of insanity why the Democrats must not win. It's out now David you there. I'm here thank you. Hey would you send me one of those prints of your portrait for Christmas. You need to a dartboard. Does I would so explain this title. Guilty by reason of insanity who are we talking about. Well it's actually a euphemism at the the Insanity relationship is substitute for evil. I'm kidding now. The the purpose of the I mean the subtitle says it all why Democrats. It's not must not win. The Democratic Party has become so far laughed. You could say there are wholly owned subsidiary of the far left but another other. Good argument is that they're wholly owned subsidiary of the far left media. It's probably the same thing. The media's kind of dancing them around like a puppet these day and got them out on their ski over their Skis Skis on impeachment but the the purpose of this book is to highlight all the many issues on which the Democrats have gone nuts and how extreme they are high indefensible their positions czar. And how if they regain power in the political branches executive and legislative. I think they will complete Obama's fundamental transformation of America into a land that our framers would not even recognize. So you know I've been reading your Bevan's keeping up with your work and your books have been terrific but they recently. Most of your books have been about Christianity Hannity. Unless I'm wrong all the ones I can remember being about Christianity how come you suddenly came back to the political arena. I did five political books than I did. Four Christian Christian themed books and my publisher regularly asked me if I would go back to politics because we base such an existential crisis in terms of the the twenty twenty election and I agree great. It's it's an urgent situation so I wanted to get back to it on this book. So you the ideas that you go through. You start with Ideas about race. How do they are ideas about race qualifies shame well there's several things one is there? This is an insane. But it's despicable title that they practice identity politics almost exclusively. Now they don't even have to defend their policy positions all of which are failures. As so they just demonizing womanisers on the basis of race gender sexual orientation class and everything else but a big feature that of course race and they have pitted a a blacks against whites whites against all minorities genders up to to make people think that conservatives hate him so they don't have to prove that socialism is a legitimate idea. All they've got to do is convince people that even if capitalism might have some merit the people who promoted are racist and they hate you. Therefore you can't vote for. You're by the way we're making. Inroads trump is making inroads into the into the black community. So it's not working as well as it used to which is an interesting thing but the the race they are also rejecting Martin. Luther King's legacy which is to judge people on the content of their character. Not the color of their skin seems tried it so obvious. But they're advocating color consciousness and almost segregation. Now they're they're they're completely looking at people's external qualities instead stat of what's in their heart and what and their behavior and conduct. What do you think the actual impact of that on minorities and women has been tight terribly destructive if I mean the the black community in general is terms is voting against its own economic interests? We've seen the incredible record on unemployment and wages isn't prosperity and standard of living in the black community and but we also have to understand that these these liberal progressive policies have have had the effect of breaking up the nuclear family and had a devastating impact on blacks with bothers not in the homes. And you see all the statistical detrimental the mental results from that but so many black families are do subscribe to conservative traditional values. And so. There's a natural clash. That's erupting acting. Here we just have to tap into it. We're talking to David Limbaugh. His new book is guilty by reason of insanity this this is a question that comes into my mind all the time that some of the stuff that the left is embracing it is just completely out. There is completely illogical illegal immigration Not just abortion but actual infanticide anti-semitism definitely creeping in there. What do you think they're hoping to get out of that? Why would they embrace those things which we have to imagine are not not that popular with the mainstream public? I don't know that that it's a matter pragmatism. They are so extreme there so intoxicated with their extremism and they do we live in a bubble and they. They assume they're more popular than they. Are you see Hollywood. You Know Hollywood. Uh the the the dominant culture the the media you see their their ideas everywhere. They're they're they for some down our throats and if you were to believe picture they paint of America the Cultural America there. There's no such thing as flyover country except except at trump's supporting hayseeds and all right white nationalist which is a completely different picture than reality so I I think they're promoting these ideas and less less highlight what these ideas are not just abortion. They used to say abortion was something we ought to make safe legal and rare and I never believed their sincerity. Because if it's the unborn is a clump of cells. There's no reason to make it rare so right there you knew. They were lying but they wanted to do it anyway. In furtherance of the women's right now they admit because of technology many of them have met its life and want to kill it anyway and not only want to kill all the baby all the way up to the point of birth and beyond but celebrate and glorify through their shot your abortion t shirts riding up pink Newark New York Towers Pink from a leftist professor going on a college campus and actually speaking to a class about the affirmative moral morality of abortion. I know this isn't insane is pure evil in fact no no it is pure evil is pure evil. That's an arguable. So I just about out of time but quickly the question I get asked all the time. How do you fight back? What do you what do you think is the best path forward for conservatives? Well I think what you are doing what I'm doing what ration. Sean are doing what what Ben Shapiro's doing what Michael Knowles doing little plug for daily wire there and this book in my little way not being the grandiose celebrity star that you guys aren't compile all these issues not just anecdotes and examples but the philosophical underpinnings for some of their crazy ideas and present in a lay way to to the layman the arguments in favor of our issues why defending capitalism indicting socialism explaining. Why open borders was a suicidal and immoral? Not just intellectually crazy but immoral. We need to take the left on. They've always had the moral high grant saying they're compassionate judge them by the results of their policies instead of the professor good intentions and this book attempts to go issue by issue and provide ammunition for genius like you who can go out then and proselytizing ties in a secular sense. David Limbaugh author of guilty by reason of insanity why the Democrats must not win. It's always great talking to David. Thanks for coming on the door. I'm and left the door thanks Final reflection you know we started out talking about the bad ideas on on the right as reactions to the left and that that means that you know that and the thing is they have things that they want to say. The right knife feel like they're saying them in the wrong way recently Salihi. I started to get attacked everywhere. I went by people calling me names. This didn't happen to me for a long time because I'm basically pretty hard to tag me with racist Accusing me of racism of Kazimi of accuse me of sexism but it is a benign form of sexism. I recognize and celebrate the sexes. It was just a little hard for them to get me. They settled on Islamic Llama Fascism. But I noticed recently when I was at Boston College and they behave so shamefully and they behave with almost so riot. as I was speaking the Very very left wing and biased Newspaper the School newspaper which didn't call me didn't ask me for a quote In in response it's to their charges of me. Being Osama Fascism found a quote from my memoir the great good thing which really surprised me that they had even gone that far. Here's the quote that they used that to attack me. It's it sometimes seems to me. The entire postmodern assault on the concept of truth has been staged to avoid the conclusion that some cultures are simply more productive than others. The high culture of Europe has been the most productive so far it is as if in the aftermath of the Holocaust Western thinkers have become so skittish around the idea of racism. They they will do anything to avoid naming their culture superior to others even if it means avoiding the evidence of their own. Is this supposed to be racist. Supposed to be a terrible idea to say that the culture of The High Culture Vero is superior to any I in my pin into any culture that has existed here four and I assume the reason for this is that the people of Europe can be delineated as white. So it's the same exact idea as the alt- writers who say look at this wonderful culture and everybody in it as Weitz a white people must be better which is absurd. I mean I always call him. goofy level thinking goofy from the Walt Disney movies. Look Mike either all white so that must wiley if something good culture but it's really not very goofy view. It was a perfectly reasonable fellow. He just you know he wasn't all that bright but he was bright enough not to make it that simple. Nobody knows why cultures rise but that one thing we do know is we do know that cultures surprise you. I mean I've often said in Britain the Irish with a low culture. They would say oh the Irish they were basically Talked about the way people in the south used to talk about blacks in the fifties. That's the way they talked about the Irish. The Irish come to America and they thrive the Jews of Russia. Were the criminal class. They came to America when once they were set free and they were treated well. They thrive and more than that in in ancient Rome. The people that they feared were the German tribes who settled Europe so the people that they thought were the barbarians became the founders of this great great culture. And here's what I mean when I say it's a great cultural I when I was in Kenya when I was visiting Kenya my wife and I said to our tour guide You know we keep going and seeing these tourist. I think we'd like to see how real people lived and he was thrilled. He said people never ask. See how the real people live and he took us to a village that was poor as any place I've ever seen. People were little literally literally living in grass huts They were starving. There was a drought on. They were bleat taking blood from their cattle from their goats to drink the blood so that they wouldn't die of thirst And I would look at. I looked at these people look on the last day. They're going to be standing beside the throne of God. Just like me Eh. Right and they may be at the front of the line because they didn't have a lot of the advantages that I had. There is no moral superiority between me and them the certainly. Yeah no moral superiority between them. And Isaac Newton. But if you want to say who contributed more which is what culture is who contributed more to the advance of humankind. Isaac Newton did Thomas. Jefferson did Michelangelo Shakespeare and Mozart did. There's simply no question about it in order to not say that you you basically have to get rid of all values and that's what the left has been trying to do now. I don't know I. I'm not trying to cycle. What psychologists them? I don't know why they do it but by getting rid of all the values values You you basically go insane. You're talking in Saint Insanity you cannot say that a totem and the Sistine Chapel are on the same level of art. And I doubt the the guy who made the totem thinks that his totem is on the same level of the Sistine Chapel. This is not a question of morality. It's not a question of of moral worth and certainly not a question of race. We simply don't know why cultures a certain times rise and others fall but all we do know is it passes from culture to culture passes from race to race and it will continue to do so and we'll see other cultures rise hopefully higher than the culture of Europe. But right now this is the great cultural. We have to be brave enough to face face. The charges of racism to talk about this honestly but we also have to be smart enough not to become racist ourselves while we talk about the truth Shakespeare's Shakespeare because he's white. There's a million million things that go into making a shakespeare one of them being the providence of God. We do not know where he comes from. We can only celebrate the fact that he's there and be honest. What about the fact that this is one of the pinnacles of human creation? You know they've destroyed Saul bellow one of America's great novelist because he said I'll believe in the culture of Zulus when you tell me Show Me Zulu who wrote Warren Peace and they simply have written saul bellow out of our cannon when he is one of the two or three greatest novelist America ever produced but he he was just talking the truth. He wasn't making a moral judgment on the Zulu people. He was simply talking about the products. The cultural products the society throws up. I I gotTa Stop Mailbag tomorrow. Be there and you will sound. That's how happy you will sound after I answer your questions. I'm Andrew Claybin. This is the Andrew Klavan show show. Hey if hyun joy this episode. 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S2 E77: Kentucky Governor's race, A Supermarket in Cape Girardeau, Hunt's Ketchup and more!

"This is the tennis Miller. Option your source of opinion stories and laughs from comedian and activist. Dennis Miller is Guy Friday Christian black left and superstar producer Lindsay floors and now it's him. Dennis Miller Christian don't own any shit today. Hey wait all. I've got shit. I don't want any shit from you today. What am I gonNa do with this truckload of manure? We're doing some scene in work Christian Anti American Buffalo. Okay now this time. I'll read your lines and you read mine. I don't want any shit from you today. I I well. Here's some fecal matter. I've produced on a plate. No how weird here. It is this that I come down to do the podcast and my spacious podcast studios which are located around. I think forty minutes offshore or so the man can dictate what Icee we refer to it as the pod pod pirate podcast Catalina. Fuck doc decorum thing this is starship. Anyway I turn on the TV. And I guess I left it As they usually really do on. TCI I'm honest to God bridge on the river. Christ just started beautiful too so weird to me. I can't say that I turned. I turned around eleven. Eleven thirty five and it started at eleven thirty. So I miss a few shots at the beginning but I as you know in the last podcast or if you don't follow it would you know but I jame it's just here. I want I was in Sri Lanka. I went out on my own To find this place and it's not even even a tourist site or anything that we had to find a local who would tell me side of the phone during it always does. When I start to work when I go to answer it then Lose lose my lack of its head. my train of thought barely the whistle of which is barely audible off in the distance. I had to go to show last night Christian in Fresno I forgot about that. Yeah business presentation. I've never been. I went pretty well because I just the free formed with it but I. I'm so jet lagged. I don't know that thirteen hour time difference. Man is Something about going there. I and when I go anywhere I can sort of jump into game rather quickly but when you get back home on and I'm waking up at like two thirty in the morning wide wide awake and then a two thirty in the afternoon you know when you should be sparkling. Can't keep my eyes open. Last night I have have to fly up to Fresno And very nice people sweet people but they do a meet and greet with and sometimes meet and greets. I always liked them. The people are always nice. I find a genial but sometimes they're staged better than others on this one. They literally I. It was like a thousand five hundred seat theater the Surroi Oy and quite beautiful and I could see seats at the tops. I filled impre did around. Twelve hundred and The meet and greet was literally early me standing in front of an American flag near the front door. Sweat people coming in the door. And I'm taking taking pitches with. They said an hour meet-and-greet I thought usually that's like You know backstage. They have some high rollers or something and you know I always take my time. I'm nine WANNA turned handed into that production line but this was so bizarre people would walk in the door. You'd see some people like looking thinking you could even see them thinking what the fuck is going right there. I said to the guys listen. I'm not saying I have a distinct are of any sort of mystery about this date is because he's offering me little plates and meatballs. You realize that if they come in the front door and I'm standing there in front of a flag eating meat balls and taking riches were robbing a little bit but I could see a sweet live in one of those guys where somebody had contracted for an hour meet and greet and I'm more than happy to do it. But he kept looking at his watch and I said I tried to explain to. It was a little weak dot for my travel and all that but there you go so there's twelve hundred people in here that's twenty four hundred hands. You need to shake and I just told you not to give me any shit today. Oh Shit in the midst shipped. It was rolling Christian. Did you not hear this. No now I heard it. You're mighty I was in the middle of train leaves from L. A. Train Least York the train from La by four. It was right in the middle of imputable world word problem and you can tackle it. Well it did. Remind me of another league's ever when when you were hired to do so to make an appearance supermarkets. It was very Wednesay. Loves Young Kid in your life that you can tell your most embarrassing because some people know in my travels. She'll love this one so I'm in Saint Louis at a place the Westport theater which is a very groovy theater by the way. I hope it's still there and Oh my God. This is so bizarre. I'm just I I got to turn it off because it'll take attention away for my debris the crime looking at the thing and they're just showed us shot where I I can't fathom it. I was around four days ago and so I'm in Saint Louis and I do the Westport theater now. It's a theater in and around. It's quite beautiful. It sorta reminded me. I remember Khaimah Emma. I said Hi to the folks and it was all in the round and as a beautiful round stage and I said listen helped me fill fantasy here. I'M GONNA go back down this ramp into the bowels. I want to come up and I WANNA FO- skate around the perimeter the circle. I want you all to scream Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan rollerball you know and Jimmy Jimmy Carter. I held up a fake ball and ended in a whole. You know like pretend that I was in rollerball. Anyway you can see the shows shows off to a slow start. But I'm there the next night to and I get a call and some guys opening a grocery store in in Cape. I think it's Cape Girardeau where it's Ross rush limbaugh from. Yeah but I can't remember it's called Fort Gerardo Cape Cod Cape Gerardo. Where he's from now? Oh that's right and Bob Mitchum wanted to co Gregory Peck's family. What about what about what he re should fears is limbaugh in the Max Katie role? He's just sitting out there. On the wall eyeballing the prepubescent child now. Sherrod limbaugh would love to work harder than he does already so the ball. I'm telling you is a great broadcaster. Great I think he has a bit of a I think he legitimately has some ball. Buster thing with me because I did a joke once. And in the interim I've grown tired of this display by people But I did do joke about him one night on something about him getting on a red light special at Kmart announcing that was Jack boot sale von which nibbles around the fringe. A little busy cooked Jerry. I didn't call them. Hitler but a jackboot sales and I I think that pissed them off because then I remember Jut drudge whose aid the camp. Let me up and About something it's A. There's a whole unspoken chain of events. Dan Can tell you it looks to me like dredges off trump a little. I don't quite know why. But he's on it now and That doesn't augur well for trump. I don't think the the last night or whenever you're hearing this the losing the Kentucky Governorship Augurs as poorly as people do for trump trump's sweet generosity under his self he's an outlier I think he fights for Kentucky. Now I think that Guy Losing in Kentucky speaks to him being a a bit of a drip and I don't think McConnell's great you know I think McConnell is being a bit of Pussy and he should They're in their swing and he's not in there swinging so the the The incumbent governor and Kentucky. You're talking about the Republican Matt Bevin he was ranked the least popular governor in the country and he only lost by five thousand votes. You know what I mean so him. Being that unpopular it was still pretty close. Well he looked like a drip to me. Yeah I I gotTA cut some clips. I've been home. I've been trying to get up to speed a little because I got to talk about what's happening so I watched a bit of that thing and I signed. Christ what they you know hack so. I don't know that. That is a key predictor through the trump for president. Next time but I do know McConnell will be the last president of the now that the president of the Senate is the vice president right what Karen Senate majority majority leader correct. He will be the last Senate majority leader to not go to a simple majority. Count on votes I guess he's holding out for this gentleman's agreement and you tell me let whose Who would be the senior senator? Durbin a senior senator if they take over over the house. How many fucking nanoseconds Durban wait? Before he goes from filibuster-proof stuff sixty votes needed to Fifty one votes needed needed an eighth of a second. So that's what I think McConnell will be known for those sorts of niceties and You know one of those is Gentlemen who steered into the iceberg and then can't believe in your things you're talking about. I'm not really sure how how. Oh Matt drudge. Felt about you but if you remember the drudge report used to work was financial breitbart would do it He would do it basically during the day so during the day. There'd be like clips tips from our radio show and articles and stuff so you would show up on there and then I don't think that stuff would show up at night when drudge was doing you know I. I don't think he would go and wipe it but I don't think he was is looking for for those things so he might have began. But limbaugh's brother David Limbaugh. We used to have on the radio show and he said now that rush did like according to him. Well let's you know. Tell me I'm always up an inferiority complex but I also got that football gig which I know he wanted yes and He had probably naturally little pissed at me about that. He had some football. Yes Monday night. Football head and we lost that summarily. Because Tom Jackson had some sort of Bilkis break done. Katie no and we talked about Donovan mcnabb and how. He wasn't a great quarterback and people only thought he was great was because he was African American and Because I think I think that was his first week they were like Oh. This didn't go the way we thought it would so. I don't know why I don't know why I'd play like card. So Yeah But listen I I had my own Problems fitting into football made it two years. But you can. I'm telling you that has its own micro universe in there and there's a whole bunch of rules you better learn really quickly or you're going to be. I remember having dinner with Tagliabue one night in Mexico City as a fucking minefield as you know. I'm over there doing funny funny albeit profane funny jokes and he's looking at me like professor King's field looks at the kid in the paper chase. Like what's your deal. I remember thinking. Oh Oh God better and on the first game when Kevin Falk I remember getting that note or else Kevin Falk had minor China growing surge in the off season on the. Maybe I've told this story too many times on here even but you know al anytime near your. I didn't say Dick Obviously probably grind. Yeah you're growing region with sharp implement. It's not mine. I get a call the next day. WHOA WHOA not from the League office? ABC Not that. I don't know if I'm longing for this. And that was what nineteen years like. Football was fun back then at leads to some extent compared to now so I imagine now they weren't doing replays mansion although although starting to leak in starting to bug me already but anyway that being said Limbaugh is a great great great broadcaster. I defy anybody. Who likes him or hate him not to sit down and fuck that guy knows how to talk and do a pro show the products pro and I think I heard him say once what he's most proud of is Building the business and staying true to his own principles and building world class business and I admire that about him. I I know Ah Al.. Franken did the book that he's a he's anything but an idiot He now might disagree now can sell books like that. And indeed there's some people now would pronounce it but They both have had life happen to them. Haven't they limbaugh. I think ends up. What was Vicodin addiction or something? He lost his hearing because of because of that and And Al has his travails. Now people can say you know it's unfair and and But it is what it is. Life happens but I is one of the things I spoke about last night in Fresno. I'm trying to do this thing. Called the ten ways American it can play nicely again and And quite frankly eight minutes into the ripping Pelosi a new house and got to tweak the but I tell you that if there is one thing that brings America together not everybody thinks she's the genius but it does big lapse. One thing you can say for Al Franken is if there's an extra box of votes to be found in a trunk somewhere. He's the guy who will make sure he finds it. I remember that story and you know what I saw a couple of months ago like I said. Isn't it really just a it wasn't life sort of you know this is what the lutes politics for me is how everybody judges something about a person on politics. I can't do who it because I've got such a history with how I couldn't disagree with them more on politics and I heard that story and you know I thought I wonder if that's true or not true. I don't I don't know that well but I just thought Jeez the all you can really go on to some degree as far as Acrimony with another human beings things how how are they with you over a period of time and I've had great times Dow and I've had the time I shook my head and I find out can be tough sometimes but but I just thought. Jeez we've gotten to this weird point where the D. or the R. mmediately shuts it all down and it shouldn't because I'm sure the I'm a person Jason in somebody's life they disagree with completely but are fond of me and other ways. I try to maintain that because it's getting crazy because if you really start blowing people out if they don't completely echo what's bouncing around inside your bane than than It's it's a it's certainly unexamined life. I I kind of bored. I can't say I find it infuriating as much as I find it boring so not gonna go there and about limbaugh. My point was Listen to Howard Stern. I Don I used to be on Howard stern many years ago but he and I had a little and it's not my ah. I'm sure I'm not is cup. I just don't know his work as well. I know he's an important figure in the history radio. But I'd have to say that limbaugh's probably probably the the biggest success in history of radio right or maybe Paul Harvey certain guys say three of those guys. You have to have the conversation about any any of them being the most in guy. I think there's probably business people who could be like well. Here's here's the from a financial aspect. And here's you know but now it's like how many people started doing shows like each of them trying to you know like why WanNa do whatever it is that they do and I mean I think limbaugh a lot easier because it's just you turn on I mean and people think it's easier because he just turned on the Mike and talk but I think he's the only one who can really do it the way he does and command. I don't know I mean I know people not so much now but you. I used to have people that were on the left of the still listen to him because he was so good at what he did. I think now people are just like you know I want to be in my my bubble but there's no There's no liberal Radio anymore so so this is what it coma. Feels like yes but it does bring us back to the story. I wanted you to tell about the supermarket Superman Christian. Sign those story for me to say. This is what I call. It feels Surra Electric Orson Wells War of the worlds. I really thought to Raelians News Lincoln all right it. It was like a champagne ad from those little funny and I love those. We serve no wine. I love well see you have to listen. Listen He's a bit of a What I always think about? Well I always think that when you concoct your best work at twenty six and it seems to me everybody is twenty seven and the rock films. They don't die. They just Thi- creatively blake to me. One wells makes the greatest Phil generally acknowledged as the greatest film. Ever at twenty six. It's like one of those newspaper stories you read about or somebody has a car flip on level ones and they're able to lift a car and through mere adrenaline and safe people and then the their body realizes that they've lifted up a Chevy Cherokee key or whatever and they're back goes up for the rest of their life and I think the artistically is back when after completion anxiety because he always disparage the Rosebud playing and I think tossed that often mankiewicz part. He's one of those guys have always says to the next level double ring the Shammy one more time on his genius asked to come out against the Rosebud thing which obviously is one of the most famous and things along rank dear. I don't give a damn and the history the film so I think that he had completion anxiety. The whole rest of his life. You Know I. I don't think he could Orgasm sort of he Uh He walks away from Anderson's and goes down the South America to do the Semi documentary I guess. American South America at at that point or trying to establish artistic relationships and in essence. He's given a Freebie to go down there. Chase women look like Dolores del Rio and then shoot a poor fisherman during the day and then get laid all night so he goes down and he skips on leaves the edit in Robert Wise's end rob Bobber wise turns into a pretty great director himself but but he's a young kid and he he performs the surgery on it and then wells for the rest of his life able to decry Amerson as a flawed masterpiece that they ruined while he was away. But he's the one who splits town sit in the booth and the tone lever with the kid that goes on to direct the Star Trek movie come on is that what robot rabbit wise. DDS Idea Star Trek the motion picture. The the one well maybe wells was right nightmare. The great net movie. Yeah but the wasn't crazy Steve Collins adjutant was I think they went went to Beijing. You know I don't need to six five starfleet command earth colors should Naomi Wolf told out Gordo where they'll get. They've all got chuck a boots on dust colored. Well we're in space you JAG offs anyway. That's a weird tributary that we've caught off on. What was talking about Superman? I I will not let you drop it. Don't worry so a get a call. Some guys opened a supermarket in Cape Girardeau order for ten. That person is always sean as the most boring out in the world I just said listen. You're not fucking interesting in the original moment. Don't go back to it crisis. This is two times through you. Give me this bullshit about how I should use a multi VISCO. Oil couldn't fucking matter to me. The first doctor strange. So I know multi-diverse could make you make that Kirk. Oh let me tell you about the bird. No let me tell you about most useful APP on my phone. One of the ultimate life hacks. 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Maybe somebody who Vaguely gives a shit about what I'm saying. Thank you can email me if they live near Springfield Missouri. And tell me is that like the tornado alley of That don't it's fucking kidding. We don't have any intimacy Caisley. I'm funny tune in and I like you enough as not knowing you and you like enough not knowing any of this whole fucking pants. Hey do you live there at the strengths on somebody put a bullet into signing. No edit that. I don't do that. Christ's don't get somebody some literalist fan up there so take. I don't know whether the take on love. This is off you all this stuff. Yeah all right. But it's on Lindsey. Yeah of course Arthur. Bremmer Bremmer took wallace remember. They find personal diary. He looked like the little blond. Delia Carry Kyrie Arken guy who wore the shades. That the killer war in the movie diva have you ever movie. It was by the guy who ends up Janda Bon doesn't does an early film. Look beyond the bont early films Christian and see if there's one called diva and it was a little killer in their black glasses and Yellen Harry. And that's what Arthur brimmer looked like. They found his diary at home. In the first line diary was speed gives me an erection uh-huh which I always thought the name of his autobiography what's going on. It's gone on my tempstar. So is there film are. I'm Lusaka so young to Bonn it. That's the what the now he's cinematographer and he did like speed and more recent stuff. But I don't have the research side about bringing bad info who the he worked for somebody though. Who ended up doing showgirls else? What was that guy's name? Oh Paul Berhoven Yeah. It's an early for Hoven film. A bond was the DP on see if he did anything with one name it would have been a Dutch film I wasn't American but it was pretty good. I remember the blister card for the lobby went to see it and had this little blond guy on so anyway I don't know how that works in Cape Girardeau four so I go down. Go down to ice stations and I go to the supermarket me set up at the front on some poker table and I'm signing autographs for people as they literally step thought of a an all. These women are coming over and putting their sheets bound for me to sign. And I'm asking them for didn't want it made anybody and everybody's just looking at me wishing their head and keep talking everybody's ignoring me and after twenty minutes. I realized that they think I'm supposed to slide in there received though idea who I am they think. Rent a copra. Something like Paul blurt out aggressive on. They think that they can't get out of the store with cucumbers. If I don't pay it'd be a Walmart. Oh it was so mortified and then around forty minutes in and they contacted me for an hour and then I think I had to go to the guy's house for a cocktail tail. Part of it was all five. Five K fucking kidding me this dreamland Psycho cocktail with him. But I do remember forty minutes in a kid who looked like Robertson awesome. And by the way of you've seen Robert Smith from the cure lately. I have seen a photo of him in the last year. Yeah Hope There's a cure for that. I don't know what happened to. I'd I'd be using the alias Smith to go underground without look look like Eddie scissorhands corroded and rain store but and I told you my Edward Scissorhands story did they remind me to tell you after this so anyway Kid comes running after forty minutes. Looks like Robert Smith and he looks at me he he goes no. My mother told me here I didn't believe her. He was disappointed that I was at a supermarket. I said listen got K.. I'm trying to make a buck here. You want US autograph or not. He just ran out of the store like you you still want. You played the kid who who know good teenage son Dak.. When's the very worst right now? Show I didn't see it was at the end of the day we'd come on with cooking segments. It was such a suicide run get-go we had a chat about at some point. You know I'm a I'm a kamikaze with a calculator. They want me to plan on the deck of the numbers right but I do remember thinking this is going to be crazy for the stock markets to go off a week come on and We're doing sketches monologue. Never I'd devante logs Asian tour groups who didn't speak English that they would get through any box and whenever I stuck for southern Christian would be my petulant back. What would you do? I'd I'd say the joke wouldn't work. I look over say back what's wrong And it was usually some variation on how you don't understand but I couldn't get it out because it was like that exasperated then. I would likely they didn't really say anything it the week Dr Terry and that was our friend Bob. Oh Shack. Who was one of the writers there? That was his brainchild and Because that works he started writing me in as a lot of characters and the only thing I thought is I just never going to say no. It doesn't matter what it is is in lingerie no l. e.. I didn't even know how hot that lot was. Oh God contract and dead and eight hundred ten and then I do a show Murphy and I would roll out the Pasadena and go to the hat and get like Pastrami Sandwich. The size of you know like the size of your arm and come. I'm back in a lot would be one hundred ten. They'd Romi out for the second show was all Japanese audience. Who didn't speak English and I'm thinking tell joke go check? I remember putting that show together. They worked really hard to make sure that they could get a helicopter. Sir Fly you down from where anyway fly me and and I think they looked into it and for some reason I guess they. You couldn't take off near you but there's an airport near you and I just remember it going back and forth and then I know it never happened but there was so much. Talk about just didn't WanNa work. I'm Lazy Faulk but yeah what Leeann do we ended up doing I thought it was. What do we do around? Fifteen months. yeah it was. Yeah and it was two thousand four so like there was an election that year so it was. I think it was interesting. There was a lot of stuff I mean. Come on John Kerry's running for president. He was definitely a good year for comedy. And then after yeah after that it was a little bit more cooking segments and ever had that good joke about John Kerry when he signed thing was Iran See The bad thing about John Kerry Carrie signing this deal with Iran as he has to get his wife to cosign to like that up Marty and at the Arnold Christmas party that one year. Yeah but you haven't told that in a while you should definitely let Lindsay as Sun Valley and Arnold Schwarzenegger holds a New Year's Christmas. It just a great holiday party this Arnold Maria. They're you know they say this is no irony. They were sweet together and they were always kind to me so I go over and and Arnold makes the you know he has. He preps his family's meal when you're young and it has the greatest Schnitzel and spot. So you're not split spot so as it's like the little noodle that goes with Schnitzel and Lincoln Berry Christ that food was so good. I'm with Marty Short. We're in the corner and John Kerry comes over and Marty Them Lois. This my friend Dennis Miller I hate John. I said so weird. My wife is the hunt's ketchup. Ah Marty Short guy hit him with a Buford Pasta now. He's laughing so just looks. Yeah there you go no sense of humor meal day. It was worth that alienating him to make Marty Short Laugh loud heart. I love would like I mean. Even if he'd been president would have been worth it. You know what I mean. He shoulda rolled with that joke. You now he's married to Teresa Heinz and to think I even knew the name of the competitors ketchup. But he didn't which told me everything I needed to know about him politically klay now. What was the other story that I just told you? Remind me to tell you. Oh my God I didn't write it down because wait a second. I admire this because this is what that deserved I was in middle of roofing about something and say oh which reminds me another story and I always think you guys are over there like yeah You know what's the hieroglyphic clay and Little Sanskrit needles putting it down and etching it into stone farrow said but shit it usually write it down. This is the time where nobody gives a shit. That's true just in a moment. Look you said you didn't want us to give you any shit so I mean you didn't want us to give a shit wide guests and do talking. What do you want to do? Well you know what I was doing. What I've been watching is Steve McQueen in the Blob have you seen it the BLOB? I mean not in a anytime recently has to watch it Steve McQueen God bless him goes on to be the biggest movie star in the world. Right maybe when he's in two shots in towering inferno with Newman maybe the only guy that can split the screen right right. Paul Newman just You know unbelievably charismatic. UNSCREENED McQueen has the rougher Yoon role. And he's got the short sleeve white shirt on after do they qualifier You know he's a architect I'm going is a you might wanNA keep building these. You might want to include me in the transaction You know there's the the two of them and you're just thinking. When do you ever not look at Paul? Newman and shop will clean. So cool the shot. And he's playing rough hewn He's got the rougher part architect versus assist firemen is drawn to him. So you'd star. He's so fun. Combat in the BLOB. I swear to go up. must've been asking the director. Can I get another one for me because this is it. Is it just watch. You can't believe it's him but listen everybody's GonNa Learn how to act and he's one of those guys definitely definitely learned lessons more Even in the great escape there's moments where he doesn't deliver a line well but then by the time he hits a bullet bullet and Thomas Crown Affair. He's got it down that when you look hike that when you've got literally An overhang you know your hi browser and overhang the kid in Free Solo can't get around to shut up and look cool so but watch the Blob if you get a chance and the beauty of it is. It's George Pal. Did the last few nights. I've been watching those films from the fifty S. You have to watch a war of the worlds the first one it's brilliant. How how well? It's done the the The special effects on the primary colors they is. Just beautiful and edith. Head actually actually did the cost. You had a surprise the credits because they've got gene. Barry tricked on the coolest Bull Durham bomber. Jacket and tortoise shell glasses and his a guiding Clayton Forrester. But they've got him dressed perfectly. The Look of the film is perfect and the bright primary colors and the sound effect. You know that's become so famous. I'm win win. Thing blows you up is echoed in the BLOB. Steve McQueen's car in there as a color blue. Oh that makes you wistful for times of your. It's a colored blue that would be disparaged today. It's akin to maybe a tiffany box blew but maybe even a little it looks a little more Paint store than that but You know racist against a guy in a yellow. It's just a beautiful and the blobs color colors beautiful but as I said you have to watch McQueen's acting because it might be Alexander. Kill fucking movie. Hey look not everybody you can get the break of getting to be an John Kevin movie for their first film role. Okay God it was hot hot house. Oh you're in tempe and it's just too moves in. Every Larry. The cat was cool. I remember having fun with him. But it's just me walking in being startled Fr- my really see. Yeah you're seeing that taking part in a movie shut up. I remember you described at once. That your role in that movie in particular was hey man you gotta get into work. You're going to get five uh-huh I always said that. I told Diane Lane once. I always play the exposition unit. where it's like the Quinn in Martin? CODA on his shows where they'd come in with an epilogue at the end so Barnaby Jones could explain it for the stupid people. I was the guy who came in at the end of act wanted never got laid but like brought the story up to date from that point. So what you're saying is like Sandra bullock. Dan Land. What else at thirty? Yeah Yeah exactly. They were never actively interested in me. I think Sandra Bullock fell in love with me again in In the net after dot. Well well here to her I but when I was alive it was like listen. I'M GONNA sleep with my enemy here rather than go back with you. She didn't she didn't have to commit or follow through with that at love once. You're debt so it was safe. Funny could tell the funniest jokes right up until they'd say action and she'd start crying Irwin Winkler would say qat. She'd finish the dirty joke as cool. Trick Sorry Yeah I think that land on the corner my lip it just now now and I'd see in that I'm doing now is looking around the immediate area to see I just hallucinated. It was as you know I had that problem for many years that problem. Yeah Colt Ramblin. Since you since you mentioned nats on our our last episode you mentioned that you didn't turn on the TV for months for the entire month for I see you didn't see any of the world series. I assume is what that means right Christian. I did not and I was okay with it. I followed highlights the next day. Could some places didn't have good cell or that but I'm happy the nets one odd. I don't know I'm just something about The Zimmerman I like and but I mean I love that. They won the first year without Bryce Harper. It isn't that price the feel on the couch down in Philly. I felt great hundred all that should remind everybody. If anybody goes to spend three hundred million again how stupid are they Jean Carlos Stanton. I'm sure he's a nice guy a couple of great eight years You know but I don't know Z.. Z. More Mickey Mantle Brady Anderson now. He's three hundred. It's different for the Yankees spend and three hundred million and the phillies to spend three hundred million. I mean the Yankees have their own. TV network. They print money and the phillies are GONNA BE STUCK WITH PRICE HARBOR FOR I. I don't know what now years' so listen the phillies still on the clock for Darren Dalton contracts and lobby Baena still gets paid every Korea for the next ten years. He's still going to get paid every July first by the mess. What a beautiful job by his agent? For God's sakes so I think he's been getting that since Casey Stengel A little earlier the The phone was is Ringing in the background and Lindsay was able to isolate the voicemail message and a voicemail on five tying this in uh-huh from real life don't clear the clear. Is that a voicemail number five. Hey it's showbiz calling When you know I've got nothing for the call at least that that's showbusiness Collie I got nothing for you? Oh my God my men. Who are you have him on Day to pick his BR? I WanNa hear what. Listen cat if you're listening. We don't know who you are but leave us another one if you WANNA come on for a while because that is so funny and That's one of the funnier takes. I've heard norm used to say and McDonough. Here's the fake news. I did love that. uh-huh invented fake news phrases so prevalent now. Oh by the way I do. These things called the Miller minutes which appearance some radio stations across the country. And it's it's a little odd things that catch my attention. And I did one on whistle blowers today but actual whistleblowers because I think the words being co opted for uh-huh whistle that how high is an actual whistle octave and I found that there was this school an elementary school in a middle school in Littleton. which which is small town in England that they broke the record for ten second whistles by the most amount of people that get seven hundred twenty kids together one day gave aids them all color coded whistles and they all whistled it You know like Mark Your watches and they all whistled for ten seconds at the same time and submitted it to the Guinness People. It was so funny. They asked us one little kid in England what the experience was like now is in the Guinness Book. You said it was really loud and annoy it out of the mounds of Babes. So let's not. Let's not forget classic whistle-blowing yeah let's as far as they do say in aware that some guy read another article that I forget what the decibel level is but it's a surprisingly high and I've had this experience in my life and if you're next to somebody who really has one of those crazy sharp whistles it can't fuck you're you're hearing up and give you tinnitus and and I've I've kind of heard that having you ever been somewhere where somebody did that loud whistle and using Christ. That hurt every time I walk by construction site in Christian. But you always listen wearing your pants in your tube who top we like watching you. That's where Alex Christian watch- watching Christian go go by. GimMe knitting needle take Christian watchdog. A Christian watch here comes one now. Bomb mom another voicemail. That brings up a topic. I wanted to ask you about his voice. Number One. Gabe from Long Island couldn't love this podcast anymore than they already do. The Dennis Christian and Lindsey Combo is the perfect balance. One reason show. That really stood out for me. Was the one lucky fan interview with ritual Malley. As is an avid baseball fan and saying all sports stadiums that particular combination of road trip and arena visits particularly compelling speaking the of baseball and I know both you tennis in Christian are big baseball fans. What did you think of this? Year is very bizarre world series and the hiring of Carlos Beltran as the next manager. Well sweet thank you for praise but my man was. Have you ever heard of more precise reading. I I think some people do get nervous and I think they put it down. That sounded like woman last time I heard that was when the Pueblo was hijacked by the North Koreans against Loyd Booker's made a statement saying we're all happy here. We love North Korea. There is no better combination than Lindsey UNCHRISTIAN. That's that choreographed. Since the Lee Harvey Oswald Prison Tram he did he did. Bring up the The question of the mets deciding that they would hire Carlos. Beltran Bring Terry Collins Back Bench. I saw that and I think it's about oddly enough with the mets and I read an article and I read it by somebody in the post. Maybe Steve Serbia usually don't like his writing but somebody in their made a wise observation. That with the mets there. It's honest is the God it's it's less about tactics than it is about handling the press and keeping them in there with the Yankees as far as getting is on copy and newspapers you know Beltran might be good in that regard but certainly listen. I know Girardi and they WANNA pay that. I don't think the mets are in the business paying that much money for a manager. The Buck showalter's a great manager He's the blooms off the rose. A little bit. I mean he had that he had that He had that you know they have that single wildcard game now when he was manager of the oriels and he had the best closer in the game and never brought him into a game that they ended up losing thing and I think that I think that one move cost him that job but I think that you know I think he was He was considered a good manager. Like fifteen eighteen twenty years ago and I think now it's just A. I think that there's less excitement about bringing him in especially into a big market. So maybe I was just projecting my own situation Russian on the PUCK show. Well look my own career. You always have me warming up in the pen but you never bring me up to the show. Those fifteen years ago I was a a mother fucker and I knew you were. What about when kingman hits three shots off needed for this is Dave Kahn? Kingman hits three shots and Tommy goes to take these get by got this Guy Luke. Skip I got this mother fucker you talking. It's so funny. Every time I in Tommy still alive isn't he is he was he well. He wasn't the world series but he was in. He was at the division series and funding that. I used to go to dodger games once in a while and they'd give me seats up in a box and I'd Brennan the Tommy and Christ his story see that's that's what's weird to me about You know when they talk about trumping insane and I always think i Michael naturally is these things. And you look at the exchange between the media and sports figures or celebrities Almost rehearsed it as though you like And somebody just go off the reservation once in a while if they ever. If Tommy Lasorda was ever able to tell his stories out loud it would win. An Emmy is the funniest show funniest standup special of the year. But you always gotta do this This exchange where especially now God. The press is just sports writers. Don't you think that they're more social justice US disinclined an actual writers. Are I think so I mean I I read in. Sports is about I don't know I remember. Remember that the reading an article wants this is what it seemed to hit the fan truly for me. There's the kid who's now six and two for Buffalo Josh Allen. He was like a few years ago. He's in the draft. Maybe two or three and they find some tweets that you've written one is fifteen and I can't remember if they were sexes. Raises The let's say they were idiotic encrypting your tweets and I remember sports writers going over that like it was a presentation on the Kennedy assessed and I just thought Jesus she's sworn did it. Get this tight and I guess. Sports writers at some point become sports writers. Because maybe they're not front page guys or something but they certainly they have carried all over all that I'm going to change the world stuff and to me. It's like start memories where the aliens tell what yelling and change the world right. Funnier jokes you you want to change. The world can be sports. That's all I need right now out of you. 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The Rush Limbaugh Show Podcast - May 12 2021

The Rush Limbaugh Show

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The Rush Limbaugh Show Podcast - May 12 2021

"The tunnel to towers foundation has been supporting our nation's heroes since nine eleven when a first responder or military service member doesn't come home and young children are left behind tunnel to towers pays off their mortgage with catastrophically injured veterans and first responders tunnel to towers bills mortgage free. Smart homes giving them their independence. Donate eleven dollars a month. At t to t dot org. That's t the number to the dot org. Welcome to today's edition of the rush. Limbaugh show podcast. It is an incredible honor to be with you on this very important day. You're about to hear some things you will only here on. Eib on today the day the lord has made in these at the time so which gods decided will live. Be a great time to pray for less loss of life in middle east. Joe biden called lid yesterday. Three thirty four as that was occurring. We will talk about that tony Had a very lawyerly thing. He kept saying to rand paul as rand. Paul was asking the couch about the The the fact that we funded the wuhan lab was it for sars cov two research. We'll talk about that fact. She continued to repeat the same phrase over and over again and gas prices and inflation have caused the washington post to do really remarkable thing talking about inflation. They said that doesn't look that bad. If you remove food and gas from the calculations in other words the very things people need to by then. It doesn't look that bad now. We're about to do something on the program that's never been done about the here. The premiere of a podcast about rush done by my friend. James golden who. You know as boasts nerd. Let welcome now. Did the show james. Golden it's bizarre for me to say. Welcome to the show that she was such a part of but james welcome to russia's program. Todd is an unbelievable honour. And i'm just blown away to be here with you and thank you so much. Of course i this. This may be inside baseball but i want someone i want folks understand something about this man james whenever i do this program. There's three words that are in a post it note. It says relax pace enjoy because james has held the hands of a lot of a lot of guide hosts and guest hosts through the day. And he's meant the world to me in terms of doing this an okay job but i feel nervous talking to james because they've never talked to him on russia's program before a what is this. What's this meant to you. Put together this podcast about rush. It is it has meant a lot of anxiety because the first thing is that we those of us that are working on it. And there are two extremely talented producers. Working with me on this. Philip tower and chris kelly and all of us want to deliver something. That rush would be proud of that. This audience will be proud of and rushes every day every day creed was that. He wanted to meet and exceed the expectations of his audience and he was serious about that and he is serious about being excellent every single day. So we want this podcast series to be a reflection of the man that we love so much and that we owed so much to and we would like him to be pleased with. I can hear in your voice to love. I've i've gotten to not be through the years and i always want russia's audience to know that what you hear in james desk bosnia's voice. That's it's in everybody's heart so we've got the whole bunch of news to pile through but this first portion of the show is going to be an exploration in trying to achieve that. Excellence in hearing from james. He's great stories and just before we cut to break. We'll come back in here. Part of this podcast. I wanted to ask you a question quickly. James of all the nicknames. That the moja. America's anchorman had what was the nickname. The you thought best applied to the man rush limbaugh. That's a tough question because he so larger than life and all of them you know you gotta truth detector. The doctor of democracy i little fuzzball i was just thinking about the all-knowing all-seeing all loving maha rushie. Because that's what i hear your voice. James o'keefe good when we come back we will hear the world premiere of rush limbaugh. The man behind the golden eib microphone sponsored by tara tara foundation and my pillow. That's next on the hermit. Your guide hosts this week on the eib network boesch nerd. The actual named james golden is with us. We'll talk more with him. But i james if you'll allow me this is the world premiere of rush limbaugh. The man behind the golden eib microphone podcasts. Ladies and gentlemen this this day has been one of the most difficult days in recent memory for me. Because i've known this moment was coming in the program today. I'm sure that you all know by now. I really don't like talking about myself. And i don't like making things about me other than in the usual satirical perotti joking way. I liked this program to be about you and the things that mattered. All of and i've i've i've mentioned to you that this program is in this job is what has provided me the greatest satisfaction and happiness that i've ever experienced more than i ever thought that i would experience so i have to tell you something today that i wish i didn't have to tell you and it's it's a struggle for me because i had to inform my staff earlier today. I can't escape even telling people are telling me it's it's not look at it i. I can't help but feel letting everybody down with this with this. This was a day that i will never forget. Certainly knows who have worked with rush. Limbaugh will ever forget. I was on my way to work. When i got the call. There was going to be a meeting and instantly butterflies of we never have maybe two over the last thirty years maybe to rush wants to meet with the staff. We knew something whether you listen to every day you are at the eib network and the rush limbaugh program heard on over six hundred great radio station where every now and then nation's leading radio talk show. The most eagerly anticipated program in mary's stories. You've never heard from the people behind the scenes who knew him best and loved him most worked with more having more fun than the human being should be allowed to have rush. Limbaugh the man behind the golden microphone hosted by james golden. I get to work and we go back to the media room which is in the back of the southern command complex. This was an all hands meeting and later talking every when we all knew something was wrong rush. His demeanor was normal. You couldn't see any and he started off the conversation the first few words normal. I asked you all come today. Something to that effect and quickly we learn the truth. The upshot is that i have been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer advanced lung cancer and it was confirmed. Got a second opinion. The second opinion verified what was on the first opinion that it was indeed advanced and then rush being rush apologized to us. He said i'm sorry. I let you down. And i let out an invalid. Involuntary scream nolde. You can't apologize to us. Because i was mortified that he would actually been in this what to be. The the worst moment of our broadcast live together as a team as a as a group of people. He was apologizing to us on what had to be the worst one of the worst days of his life and he said that he was obviously gonna seek treatment sick the best treatment that there was for it and whatever else he told us in that meeting. I don't remember. Because i just felt numb in shock. And i didn't know quite what ups to think. Then rush being rush thanked everybody for coming together and turned and walked down that hallway back into his broadcast studio. I wish i didn't have to tell you this. And i thought about not telling anybody. I thought about trying to do this without anybody knowing. Because i don't like making things about me but they're going to be days that i'm not going to be able to be here because i'm undergoing treatment or i'm reacting to treat. I walked down that hall. After him and opened the door and winning to his his studio he was standing over to him and gave him a hug and they told him that i loved him. And that everything's gonna be okay and that my felt confident in it. What what. I have not revealed publicly until now was that i just finished my own bout with cancer. I had been diagnosed with prostate cancer and it was typical of rush and the organization. Craig julie talbert who runs premiere networks and brian johnson and our engineers on the west coast did extraordinary things to allow me to continue working in maryland where. I moved to four almost half a year while i was being treated. No one knew. Because i kept working in my workdays. Were kind of normal. I had my treatment early in the morning and would just go to work. And so i said to myself well you know russia's kind of beat this rush can beat anything. I had the feeling that rush was invincible. But at the same time that word advanced advanced that was a bothersome blurred It is what it is. You know me. I'm the mayor of real phil so this has happened and my intention is to come here every day i can and do this program as normally and as competently and as expertly as i do each and every day because that is the source of my greatest satisfaction professionally personally. I've had so much support from family and friends during this that it's it's just it's it's been tremendous shortly after that it was showtime along comes the theme to the show rush opens. The show. tell couldn't tell anything wrong. Typical day shell open strong rush leading off with stories of the day during the next two hours and forty-five minutes to show proceeds long like any day on the rush. Limbaugh show rest cracking jokes rush being funny rush going through a detailed analysis of the news all of us a four of us are in the control room at that point don is. The officials democracies taking in real time transcribing what russia saying. And what the callers saying. What the sound bites are brian. Johnson is there. We have a video monitor of our new york crew. Mike mamone in the studio with new york. It's a normal day. All of us are trying to keep composure. We just kept looking at each other and trying not to cry and trying not to hold on. You know we have to. We have to give our usual to rush. We have to look and and and be engaged in the show. He can't look in there and see us crying. He can't look in there and see us upset. We have to have when when when. Something's funny yeah we are going gonna react with the laughter in the smiles and when he's you know talking about a news story. This particularly interesting we were. They are screening calls usual. Dawn's decide her job as usual. Brian is all of us doing our jobs. But we have this dread dread. We know it's coming after the forty three break little inside radio there rush comes back. And that's when he told you the media the rest of the world what was going on and it sounded just as horrific to us. Hearing it again is it did that morning. I told the staff today. That i have a deeply personal relationship with god that i do not proselytize without but i do and i have been working that relationship tremendously which do regularly anyway. But i've been focused intensely for the past couple of weeks. I know there are many of you in this audience. Who have experienced this. Who are going through it yourselves at the same time. I am at the moment. Experiencing zero symptoms other van. I look. I don't wanna get too detailed in this. What led to shortness of breath. That i thought might have been asthma or Sixty nine could have been my heart. My hearts in great shape. Ticking away. find squeezing and pumping great. It was not that it was a pulmonary problem involving malignancy. So i'm going to be on the next couple of days as we figure out the treatment course of action and have further testing done. But as i said. I'm gonna. I'm gonna be here as often as i can. And as is the case with everybody who finds themselves in the circumstance you just wanna you wanna push ahead and try to keep everything as normal as you can. Which is something that i'm going to try to do but at least now we didn't have to pretend to feel anything. Other than extreme anxiety status hopefulness being prayerful trying to do our best to give what little weekend to rush during those moments within five or six minutes of the announcement. The first breaking news story shows up on television and we knew from their life was never going to beat the same. Wasn't the bushy. Just heard along with rushes out of james golden as both snerdley. He's with us and james. You know the clock by hearts will give you the clock morning. I just wanted to ask you one question. Having heard your words there was rush aware of how many people he inspired to fight cancer bravely by the way. He faced this with optimism and dignity and in fact humor. You know. i don't know because rush was so contrary what many people think rush was not all about himself. And you know i think rush was genuinely surprised at the reaction that he got from so many people so many times during his career on his influence and he that he was about tomorrow he was about. What can i do tomorrow. Not looking back and he would say that repeatedly so. I don't know i hope he did. I hope he knows how much he influenced. So many other people thought it was brave of you. And i appreciate you disclosing the battle that you had with a cancer and some of us knew about that in the way you fought that when we come back i wanted to get your reaction to what it felt like to hear you. Say the words and to relive that day and just ask as people listen to this. That other question. I wanna ask james whitcomb back. Is this partnership this. This you mentioned. Craig and julie and and so many of the people behind the scenes. I'd like to know when you come back with us in your heart. Was there a time in which you realize while this is a job. It's a radio career. It's the biggest radio show ever and this is world changing from me emotionally. So we'll ask you that when we come back what you've heard is the first installment of a podcast that you can tell is going to be something you're going to want to get. You would be able to get this at rush. Limbaugh dot com tower sitars foundation and my pillow is sponsoring this taught herman with james. Golden on the e. It's always an honor to guide this program guide hosts but to be here during the premiere of rush limbaugh. The man behind the golden eib microphone. Podcast which is sponsored by tunnel to towers foundation and my pillow. And done by james golden you and noah's bolstered and other great contributors james and said it's just an amazing honor. James is with us. James golden james. Was there a time. Where you realized. Okay this is a radio job and now it's a huge radio show and the tv was your time when you think back in relationship with russia in the family at beating you said this is extraordinary from the perspective of living in life. Not just career. Yeah there was But but here's the thing. Todd i knew and just like everybody in america knew when they first heard rush the day that you heard rush limbaugh was a game changer. You knew that way that instant that you had on the radio when you heard that voice and you heard that wit you heard that intelligence wait a minute something special here you know. I've been in radio. Since i was a kid pretty much you and i've worked with great great personalities and radio. I grew up in a new york. Radio market and So you have the kremlin cram in new york. People that had worked their entire careers to get to new york and be on new york city. Radio right rush comes along rush. Limbaugh comes along from sacramento. Nobody knows who he is right. Nobody does this guy he starts off on. Wabc and new york talk radio in new york doing a local show for one hour and then a national show very quickly that local our went away because people were demanding more of rush it jumps from fifty-six radio stations which to some people would be the crown of their career. It starts fifty-six radio stations the next thing you know you're at a hundred and fifty next thing you know you at three hundred four hundred five hundred six hundred. And here's the thing about rush rush limbaugh. The the rush limbaugh radio program grew every single year. Thirty three years rush was on the national stage thirty three years. His program grew because he kept the same the same excitement. That people had the first time that they Heard him that that that led to this runaway success. He kept working. His work ethic was so incredible and he never got tired of this was his passion. He'd loved being on the radio he'd loved being rush limbaugh and this show just continued to grow all of those years. It's because rush was born to do this. He was born to do. This guy did give him this gift. God gave him this talent that once people heard him they wanted more so i knew instantly lamp thing everybody on the staff and everybody in this audience knows that this is rush. Was something different something remarkable and no offence to anyone else in this industry. Who does this there will never ever ever be another rush limbaugh period because he came here with this mission. Since it's absolutely the truth. So well said james. You've shared your first hand. Experience with rush be also spoke to like his brother. David david limbaugh appears in a future episode in this twelve week. Twelve episode series. He always said what he believes. So you read these stories. And they say he's bombastic and widened bombastic and that's another thing by the way he might have started off being a little bigger than life but as as it has his show evolved in these later years. They talked about him being mean if you ever heard him be mean to a caller no never i. It's the most unfair thing and this crap about him. Being a racist blows my mind he was the tip of the spear he took the arrows for all of the rest of us and for the country and people now are taking some of the heat. He took it before all the rest of us and he had no one defending. I mean we all try to him. There was no mechanism to defend him and he was the toughest guy i've ever seen. Not just in the way he fought cancer and bounce back and power through that last year but his whole career he defeated deafness and when when it was instrumental to his art new could be death and be a radio host and he overcame that he overcame addiction. He overcame all the obstacles that were placed in front of him and all the hate for media matters and the rest he powered through bigger than every one of them to be. The most successful person that i've ever met in my life and that everyone at least on our side ended up loving. And i'm really really proud of him and really miss him. Gyms goldens with us and james. I hear the emotion in your voice. Shut the entire podcast. You cannot miss it. You share a lot of profound thoughts including this one about russia's talents on loan from god led with the audience. And you know. I still think about this. A lot said they will come a time. When i will no longer be able to do this but until then i'm gonna do this as many days as i can and to me. I wanted to ignore the first part of that that that there. There will come a time when i can't do this. Of course we all know that that's reality. There's a time in everyone's life when life changes win. Whatever has gone on before is not going to go on again. This is life for all of us but to have it on a stage before twenty seven million or more people the audience by the way kept growing and growing and growing and never stopped growing into his thirty third year to have this that. I am going to do this as long as i can. Do this showed you where his love was. He loved his wife. He loved what he did for others through the charities and through the philanthropy he'd loved all of that but rush made no secret about it he said it and it was just but it wasn't i was born to host and you were born to listen until the very end that was rush limbaugh born to host with talent on loan from god and we were there to listen and to enjoy that broadcast. It's rush limbaugh. The man behind the golden eib microphone podcast sponsored by tunnel to towers foundation. My pillow the voice. You heard there. James golden yudo is bo snerdley. James is a podcast. Is going to be available rush. Limbaugh dot com. Wanted to ask you what. What else are we going to learn in this twelve week. Series is twelve twelve series podcasts. What else arena learn. What's one thing you want people to listen for. I want people to meet the extraordinary some of the extraordinary people that have worked with the eib network over the past thirty years and Sadly we won't get a chance to interview every single member of the staff. I wish that i could wish that we had enough time in this podcast series for this audience to meet every single person on our staff. Rush was one of the most amazing businessmen and boss to me in this radio industry. He hired people whether it be for the newsletter. With with with our tricks. Diana loco and dismay whether whether it's our web staff with coco and allie and and and and mo-jo and and keeping dean everybody. He hired people in every front and every aspect of this organization who sell at what they do and he left them alone to do their jobs. And as a result we have one of the lowest turnovers probably in the history of this industry people came to this organization and they stayed because we all have this undying love and gratitude for rush. And we wanted to please him. We wanted to deliver the excellence that he had made the trademark for this network. And so i want people to meet some of people and hear from them. You know i get a lot of attention. Because of the back and forth at rush had and i had on the air and sometimes i feel guilty about it because the people every single person that works for this company loves rush like i do every single one of them and every single one of them is just as devoted to rush as i am and i would like for this audience to meet these amazing people that worked with rush and it worked with me and all of us work together as the eib family network. Yeah let's devos. James golden and us nothing else to add other than thank you for being gentle hand in the first time. I did this and every time i got to do this and james. Thank you for sharing this with us. It's just so special. I just appreciate you. Thank you what todd. Thank you so much. And you know i love working with you and you one of the most incredible human beings that i've ever met your intellect. You know you don't have to do this. Fort living you could have retired a long time ago and been off enjoying the fruits of your tech years. But for you to do what you're doing and for you to be a part of this family. I can tell you how much we appreciate you. And everyone of our guest host and 'cause y'all part of the family too and so thank you. What a pleasure. Thank you for allowing me to be here today with you guys. Go with god's good grace and thank you for saying that unbelievable. Todd herman in your blood of your guide hills. I get to do this week. Friends do it next on the sought. Herman your guide helps sandy network this week again. That's podcasts. we just featured just premiered rushlimbaugh dot com this where you can get. That is go there and get it now. It is a test right. Now in dc to figure out who's president and i know that sounds crass and perhaps it sounds cruel and i also want to be pragmatic and realistic. Joe biden is not president. He is a figurehead. He's not cognitively capable of being president yesterday during this these rockets being launched and this this this loss of life and in the media pretending that it's just israel so much of the media. Iran appears to be behind this. In fact i've been falling the coverage and seeing some people who are reported to be iranian spokespeople for this and that sponsored terror group. They're doing this and they're bragging about it and so many things to think about here. One of them is that each of these missiles. If there in fact being underwritten by iran bronco bomb. Help them pay for those with with pallets of cash delivered at night in direct contravention to us law a law. That obama himself had to reaffirm at least once if not twice in other words sign again to recognize again. Yes this still stands so as this this increasing loss of life. We've heard one of the the mayors of lod israel. We've completely lost control of the city in the streets. You're witnessing a civil war between arabs and jews. If iran is testing biden. Well then they're missing the mark. It's not binding to be tested. It is who is actually running things. The hill there's growing sniping over whether the biden administration should pressure israel to stop the fiction of palestinian families from east jerusalem. An issue that puts senate majority leader. Charles schumer longtime staunch ally of israel's a hill describes it in the spotlight. Violence is now flooring up as israel and hamas trade strikes with some democrats expressing displeasure with biden's handling of the situation. Just a quick glance at recent. History will tell us the. The obama biden administration was flat obsessed with putting iran in charge of the middle east twice twice. Brock obama stopped not just the investigation. But the indictment of terrorist groups for smuggling opioids and cocaine across our southern border in concert with narko terrorists. The first time he did that. And this is all written about in detail in the politico in brilliant piece that got no attention about project. Cassandra that was to preserve a deal with the taliban and preserve a deal with haas stopping. The indictment of people flooding the united states with drugs. Which do what. To a country they stabilize the country. And it's americans have been put against the the the throats of other americans with with this are we. Were not really going to pretend. There's not foreign influenced helping to fund this and support this. Well no why would even say that. Well ebony magazine had an article where they bragged about the fact that black lives matter inc went to the show called palestinian territories to learn from hamas. The there's something called a paper called network enabled anarchy put together by a bunch of academics tied to rutgers university where they said the recruiting methods of of antigua mirror those of hamas and isis. So this is a test to find out if we in fact have a president or if it's a group of people that are running job. I think it may be that. Joe biden is learning that well come on man. I'm not actually president. It's how many days since this began that we don't hear something from a us president and this. This is almost such a cliche. I hate to mention it. And if this was trump. Just imagine continue. Todd herman your guide host this week. The abbey todd herman your guide host this week on the eib network in thanks to everybody on twitter and social media for enjoying the conversation with james golden and the podcast man behind the golden eib microphone rush. Limbaugh dot com. Thanks to The tunnel the towers foundation my pillow for sponsoring next hour. The fao and rand paul went added a bit in rennes. Truly gets f- ouchi in everything that thou- she's about and in fact she just kept repeating this phrase this what we would refer to in the business here is audio clip number five however i will repeat again. The nih and nih categorically has not funded gain of function research to be conducted in the wuhan institute of our policy. And i just wonder if in the back of fallacies mind there was. We made sure that we did that. Through an intermediary a called the eco health alliance so that they could continue to fund gain of a gain of function research. So that i can sit here in front of in front of you. Senator paul and say to you that to repeat again. The nih in the categorically he's not funded gain of function. So that i could is that did i say that right. Can we get the lawyer in here just to make sure. Should i emphasize part of this. When the lawyer writes this out could we get stage. Directions like left of president. Obama always had the stage. Directions turn left looked thoughtful. Touched your chin explore this as we continue on the eib network on for gettable. That's the impression that you the rush limbaugh audience made with your support for russia's last charitable effort while rush was still with us through the stand up for betsy ross campaign your generosity resulted in a five million dollars donation to the tunnel to towers foundation. Rush said it best. We chose tunnel to towers to be the beneficiary of the campaign. 'cause we love the work they do and the story about how they started when a family experienced significant loss. The mother or father passes while serving our country tunnel towers steps in threes. That family of a major worried during their time of crisis tunnel to towers pays off mortgages in full for these families and provides them with the comfort of a home when their world has literally been turned upside down. 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You don't always have to agree with me but if you're tired of being talked down to this podcast if you're tired of hearing the same tired talking points and you want some fresh takes. This is officer by cash. You want to know what's really happening in our country without spin without the us. And this is a podcast for you. Listen to the truth. With lisa boothe. Stay on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast sign up and subscribe today such an incredible honor to be with you on the eib network on this day. The lord has made for us in these times in which got us decided we will live. It is eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two to join us on the program to chat with you. Let's just let's cut to a chase. The thing without she and rand paul into some of the sounds of that nicholas wade is and it's notable that this is not in the new york times that this is instead on medium dot com and you can find a link to this. I'm sure at rush. Limbaugh dot com nicholas wade former new york times science writer standing was a former staffer at the journal. Nature rights from june. Two thousand fourteen two may two thousand and nineteen echo. Health alliance had a grant from the n. I d. part of the national institute of health to gain of function research with corona video at the wuhan institute of variety. That rand paul senator. Paul was asking the thoug- about this before we get to the foul ch and the fact that he continued to fall back on a lawyer trick which is a very carefully worded statement. That make sure that you don't fall afoul of perjury. While you are lying is way. I see it. Let's present the following thought scenario. We're in a meeting room in washington. Dc the best and the brightest. You're sitting around the table. And the best of the brightest of the people experts at infectious diseases and biological warfare and chemical warfare. They're presenting the work of the chinese communist party to commit to total war which would include things like biological and chemical warfare and and using tools like a domestic terror groups in the united states in order to destroy the united states. If american and they're committed to this path of understanding biological warfare better than any nation in there in this meeting group in the meeting room in washington dc. And someone says you know. I think we should work with them in the real world. If you were to say. I think we should parker with the chinese communist party. A lot of people say oh what are you an nba player. So yesterday in dc during a senate hearing tony fao cheat testified during the qna. Senator rand paul says for years. Dr ralph berek virologists in the us has been collaborating with dr. She hsien zinn glee of the wuhan viral ji institute sharing discoveries about how to create super viruses. This gain of function research has been funded by the nih fauci and paul than continue with this government signs. Like yourself who favor gain of function really. Don't save a gain of haitian research that are not correct. The nih and nih categorically has not funded gain of function research to be conducted in the wuhan institute. I fully agree that you should investigate. Where the virus came. From but again we have not funded gain of function research on this virus. In the wuhan institute of viral yomata se wasn't urge there was research done and oddly a former staff member of the of the journal nature a former writer for this new york times. Science section nicholas wade says from june two thousand fourteen two may two thousand and thousand echo. Health alliance had a grant from the an ira. I d four part of the national institute of health to do gain of function research with corona viruses at the wuhan institute of technology. I believe nicholas wade. Because i've learned i can't believe tony. The fao xiaojie who has america in a selective medical useless deeply butts give him credit very politically advantageous lockdown of school search churches and small businesses wall leading abortion clinics big businesses. Run crazy wild. Give him his due benefit. The technocrats have done really well under this lock. It's been great for them. You have this from the puck times. Us grant to wuhan lapd enhanced. Bat based crow virus was never screwed. Us was scrutinized by the review board. Twenty five she has a lot to answer for including. Why did there ever exist. A reason to give the communist party of china any respect let alone money to interact on the basis of any form of gain of function gain of function means making something more deadly rand. Paul was talking about gain of function being able to institute across the virus that would kill fifteen percent of the people. It comes in contact with not points to three or one three percent. Just try this in the real world. Go to your boss and say i have learned that our chief competitor that is trying to destroy us in the marketplace has a plan to destroy us in the marketplace. I thought we might go and meet with them to help. Maybe just send them a check to help fund their destruction of us in the marketplace. You people think you're having a stroke now. Rush was quite understandably taken aback to hear fao. She say that he never set himself up as the end. All be all decision. Maker of that medically useless politically targeted lockdown of churches schools and small businesses that as rush predicted would flattened the us economy. I mentioned earlier. That rand paul. Got into a little bit with dr j. at this hearing today it's the senate health committee. Well it's the h. e. l. p. committee health education labor and pontificators. Like i don't know what the name of it is doesn't matter now. Dr fauci has already testified. At the time rand. Paul speaks and good if she has warned. The senate dire circumstances await us if we don't follow dr fao cheese guidelines. Now here is dr ran. Paul speaking with dr fauci the subject of the infallibility of dr fauci in rural states. We never really reached any sort of pandemic levels in kentucky and other states we have less deaths in kentucky that we have an average flu season. It's not to say this isn't deadly. But i think the one size fits all that we're gonna have a national strategy and nobody's going to go to. School is kind of ridiculous. So i think we ought to have a little bit of humility and our police that we know what's best for the economy and as much as i respect you dr fauci. You're the end hall. We can listen to your advice but there are people on the other side saying there's not going to be a surge that we can safely open the economy and it's a huge mistake if we don't open the schools in the fall and reimpose exactly by the way in his statistical data presentation here. Here's dr fauci responding to rand paul. Claiming that he'd knocked out. She is not infallible. Mr chairman. can i respond to that. I have never made myself out to be the angle and only voice in this. I'm a scientist. A physician and a public health official. I give advice. According to the best scientific evidence there are a number of other people. Come into that and give advice that are more related to the things that you spoke about the need to get the country back oakland again and economically. I don't give advice about economic and other public health respond to that. He doesn't give advice about economic things. I'm confused well. Because he's warning reopening too quickly can lead to needless suffering and death. Don't do it mistake. Were not opening sports this fall. We're probably not going to school. And he says that he doesn't give advice about economic things. I'd like to know how he draws the line of separation between what he's advocating here on the medical and scientific side and the economic side of things there's no overlap advice about economic things. I don't give advice abetting other than public health. Is he really saying that. His advice has no economic impact. See that's what i mean folks. This hearing today has so largely been a bunch of people running c. y. a. operations is making sure that whatever negative blowback there is on. This thing doesn't stick to them. This is not a profile in courage. Day if you ask me. I haven't seen the whole thing in. What portions of it this morning. So one more sound. Bite this senator. Tim scott from south carolina at the hearing just amendment. We didn't set out with the goal of preventing one hundred percent fatalities. That would be unrealistic. It is impossible and we didn't set out to keep quarantines in place until we found a safe and effective vaccine. That would take too long while. I respect the need for caution. We are too often presented with a false dichotomy. Either saving our economy or saving lives. We've seen the goalposts around flying in the curve. Move and i think that's unfortunate because at the same time we're doing that. Business collapsed mental and physical health have declined depths of despair. Escalate education outcomes nosedive as we wait in our living room spraying for some good news around therapies and around vaccines. We sat out the flat and the curve. And i think we've done a pretty good job with that. Yeah but we're now the moving on a flattening. The economy folks listen. That was a year ago. Where rush was talking about. This voucher doesn't give economic advice well camps can open safely. If you have kids stay six point two feet away unless it's that one kid with that won t shirt. That's just what is it that mega he needs to stay sixty miles away otherwise people just get sick the party that is the establishment that is the technocrats the people who like washington dc being fenced in theatrically behind the militarized installation. They are not happy with the decision to waive. I by to liz cheney in leadership. We'll talk about that as we come back tot herman your guide. Host this week on the eib network. Let me just present something. I like to talk about well. That's what we do. But there's a phrase like to use the tyranny of the or sometimes people will allow themselves to be trapped into the tyranny of the or. You can do this or this. Sometimes you can do this. And this but people's mindsets get trapped into the chair of the or and this is what the mockingbird media members want to do with people in liz cheney that they want to do with republicans and liz cheney if you are not if you if you're not a fan of president trump's personality than you're on the list cheney side of the fence if you're a fan of president trump's personality well then you're with the terrorists so let's break this down a little bit as liz. Cheney is has been kicked from this leadership role in when people like in washington state. Jaime harare butler. This is how the seattle times explained it. Jaime harare butler will vote this week to retain rep liz cheney and house leadership in another break with the pro-trump wing of the republican party. What if you're actually anti-communism what you're anxiously pro america. What if you're actually anti-racism that is against critical race theory. What if you are pro reality. There are men and women and people feel differently but it doesn't change biology. What if you're actually someone who believes that. Maybe it's not a good idea that we cozy up to the ccp. What if you're someone who believes probably we should shut down and teeth and black lives matter inc find out who's funding them and put them in prison. Does that make you pro-trump well. No it makes trump pro you. That's what that makes so it's this tyranny or and they're trying to set less cini up as the new mitt romney the new republican of conscience. So it's not. I will not be ruled. But it's your. I loved ninety percent of with president. Trump did by policy so i therefore learns to like his personality. Be okay with it. Sometimes he says things that bothered me. In sodas everybody but listen to the hubris. Here listen to this in dc shady. She was voted out. She did not go. Without making clear she prefers. Joe biden's dementia turning america into china donald trump's personality. I am absolutely committed. As i said last night as i said just now to my colleagues that we must go forward based on truth we cannot both embrace the big lie and embraced the constitution and going forward. The nation needs it. The nation needs a strong republican party. The nation needs a party that is based upon fundamental principles of conservatism. And i am committed and dedicated to ensuring that. That's how this party goes forward and i plan to lead the fight to do that. I will do everything i can to. Ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the oval office. We have seen the danger that he continues to provoke with his language. We have seen his lack of commitment and dedication to the constitution. And i think that the is in a place that we've got to bring it back from and we've got to get back to a position where we are a party that can fight for conservative principles that can fight for substance. We cannot be dragged backward by the very dangerous lies of a former president so the michigan supreme court is apparently. There's a big lie. They've said oh. Yeah a lot of those votes. Were illegal the wisconsin state. Supreme court is apparently part of the big lie. That said. Oh yeah a bunch of those votes were illegal and liz. Cheney says these things in a town now made into a theatrical stage. Those fences and those guards are theater. She is tacitly defending a man who is installing into the us system the literal scapegoating of the white race. That's what she's doing defending this. And that's constitutional this active. Tony fetch what maybe let people demand rent in their rental houses. Maybe sometime next summer and she speaks of the constitution. Dollar trump refused to pretend that the us intelligence services are patriots refused to pretend critical race. Theory is anything other than a plan to destroy. America as rush told us from the moment trump came down the escalator new york. The party could never let such true spoken from the oval office. I don't think most people have the capacity to understand. Just how much. The washington establishment whatever it encompasses just totally despises everything there is about donald trump including the people that voted for him and people at work for him. I- it's impossible to aptly describe the level of animosity and sheer hatred and fear that has dominated official washington sense election night. Two thousand sixteen there has never been and there never will be even a split second moment of discussion on the part of these people standing down of maybe finding a way to work with trump maybe realizing the american people spoke and we have not a split second of recognition of any of that or acknowledgement of any of that or acceptance of any of that. And in fact. I think what we're learning here is that there was an attempt to derail the trump campaign long before anybody really. I mean for the mainstream thought that trump had a chance of winning the nomination. I think who he is and where he comes from has instilled or did instill a degree of panic in official washington. That you and i were unaware of and could only guess about but with me. It isn't a guess i understand. Totally how trump effects these people or anybody any outsider. That would dare attempt what trump has done and succeed at. This is a different breed of cat. If you will liz cheney making clear that it's really just about the personality in my judgment. She doesn't defend the constitution. You can't be okay with joe biden and the constitution. That is an either or circumstance. It is interesting do you think. President trump's policies could have been enabled without his personality. Do you think he would have signed such measures. Were he not the personality it is. I don't i think his personality was part of why he was willing to do those things. And it is definitely something that the ma saw in. Donald trump that other people taught herman your guide host this week on the eib network will next hour to what joe biden's dementia is doing to your 401k's and financial futures just noticing this alpha investors on on twitter steals up one hundred forty five percent number one hundred twenty six percent oil eighty percents soybeans seventy one percent in other words. Inflation is here. And i wonder if that's going to be on the news or if we're gonna we're gonna have a profile of liz cheney walking around her property and being very thoughtful and very into the constitution and all this she just ignores everything. Joe biden's doing that is blatantly and constitutional like hey let's give black farmers money but not white farmers 'cause that racism don't you say it is because come on man it's beautiful way to argue. The teachers are nother area that joe biden's dementia has just absolutely empowered. What are the things. I hope we will do. There's a bit of language that i've adopted over the years. I no longer use the phrase public schools because they're not the government schools these phrases matter public schools who can't like public schools. Their public and their schools government schools on the other hand is easier to dislike. It's also more true. Dinner is teachers unions. These these are not teachers unions These are cash machines for leftists. It's the big government. School machine is what they are as big government school machine. They are all about displaying. They've won in the critical race theory. Is this victory march. Look what we've done to the schools. We're talking about yesterday asking uncomfortable questions of teachers. I would love to hear from russia's listeners who've gone to school board meeting and said to it white teacher on what date will receive resignation. I have here my friend. Who's a black teacher. She wants your job. Can you guys trade. Today there's a lot of black conservative teachers built. Go to these meetings and say you white teacher step down out of your job. This instant. This is a black woman. She'll take your job today. We don't need an interview you're white. She's black make them live in the world's credit for all of us. The daily news says stop calling. Teachers unions are partners. Absolutely right there are california parents group seeking to abolish the so-called teachers association. These big government school machines now being against the leftist. Some people call teacher's union does not mean being against teachers. As the mojo tells us here one can love. It admire great teachers and still recognize the truth about the big government school machine. Why would governments wanna unionized state workers. Why would people work in the state. Want to be unionized. I can remember my whole life. I'm since i was in Grade school junior high. Particularly when i first started being cognizant of the whole notion of need to pay our teachers better to attract more a better teachers and in fact my father was involved in efforts to pay teachers more in our little town of cape girardeau missouri. I remember we had a. I had in junior high history teacher. What was her name. David segment ness right catherine stockman. She was short everybody. When i was junior high look eighty. I'm sure she wasn't av but as she has unique way of speaking but she was a good teacher and she loved my dad. I good grades. She loved my dad. Because my dad was very vocal in teachers salaries needing to be raised. He was he's he was involved in the community and his in his own ways. And i always cognizant of as i've grown older heard all the arguments. How come we pay you know. Idiots like athletes all that money and teachers are incredibly more important. Mr limbaugh you must agreement as they say so. Little involved detailed explanations of how capitalism works capital formation. And all that but now this argument many many moons hints my high school days. We gotta pay our teachers more for going to attract better teachers now as we have learned they looking what teachers are making in wisconsin in some places. Teachers are now paid enough money. Where a lot of business people would like teach. There are some people who have retired business people who have retired and who have applied to be teachers in public schools and their most always turned down. They can't be hired. There's hardly any way a school a hire them because they don't have education majors. They don't have a certificate. They didn't go to school teachers so even though they've spent a lifetime doing something in business they still can't be hired to teach that. But i think the the whole notion of of wanting better team. I think the whole notion of wanting better schools is something that we can challenge the left. On looking obama himself there was this brilliant voucher program going on in washington if you go to poor neighborhoods inner city neighborhoods you get responsible parents neighborhoods of tell you the thing. They want most of their kids out of those schools and into better schools. They know that education's ticket out for their kids so they set up this this great voucher program that allowed poor inner city kids to go to great private. Schools and obama canceled plan. One of his first acts as president was to cancel it. Just let it die after. Its current funding perspire. He just let it die and this was because he had to be loyal to the ea he had to be loyal to teach you to be loyal to inferior schools. Because that's where the working strike forces. The unionized teachers. They're democrats vote democrat certainly muslim new. Most of the certainly the leadership of these union spends money on democrat reelection campaigns. So the whole notion of watering better schools and wanting better. Teachers is not the objective. What is what it is. More power for the union is not bound better teachers. That's why unionized. As many public employees as possible you in effect are paying them to be democrats. You're paying them to be loyal campaign workers. It is not an accident that since obama's regime took office that there have been an additional two hundred thousand federal workers hired in various federal unions. It's not an accident so it's not about being the best. He's not about finding better. Teachers is not even about paying them more often. I take that back. It is paying the morning but it's about loyalty to the democrat party pure and simple. But that's what we were watching it now. Russia the other hand russia the hand speaking of loyalty was loyal to us fact he was always looking out for us. And that's one of the reasons. There's only one phone carrier we speak about here on pure talk. 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They're still calling it in insurrection. Under their insurrection fallout category. Iv reassessed former pentagon official now says trump may not have incited the riot. Well you've reassessed good thing. It's not spor months from when it happened. Wow you've reassessed. Did you listen now to the five times. Trump said be peaceful be peaceful. Remember the police are friends. Please listen to the police. Was that what you re assessed. That's the most political thing ever. Of course that didn't stop this chaney from on her way out of gop leadership positions now being voted out. The this chaney sank. I won't rest until i get my revenge on donald trump's personality plus something constitution something. Something bill writes party of principles but trump. Let's talk to dan in west michigan daniel and the rush limbaugh program taught hermitage guide hosts for the welcome in. Thank you so much. And first and foremost out of respect for rush. Limbaugh all you folks at the i wanna say megadose thank you thank you. Thank you Two quick points number. One i listened to liz cheney. She had to make her slight about russia in her farewell address. Wait wait wait wait wait. She's still saying that trump worked for russia. She made reference to the fact that noticed that in russia when they have their fair election. Bob bob la second pass ties. I think i know what the next situation is going to be concerning the great shutdown. Okay you mean the great there's shutdown. Let's be clear. It's a partial lockdown of church's school children in small businesses. Let's just be accurate right. Excuse me. I spoke at the reset for the last four. The last eighteen much. During this lockdown during the under employment the social security trust fund has not been getting its once. I believe they're going after 401k's in the future so i hope folks listen to this. I hope they mark best. But they're gonna use that as an excuse to make up for the funds were depleted and not reinvested back into that. Trust what i would love to be able to say to you sir. That is an unfounded conspiracy theory. It's a theory but it is not an unfounded theory. They are after an absolute restructure and the release of felons because of the covid and they keep the the abortion clinics running because of the covid lockdown down the kids out of school it less like in in in the state of washington when the school kids told to go into that building with adults. All the people die and then then then they said but you can pay twenty eight hundred bucks a month to have your kid go into the same building and get daycare services. They want complete restructuring. Now you have western states saying you can't even after the covid if that ever ever admit that's over you can't Vixen one from your rental property without giving a proper excuse you have to go to the government and say mr may i please get paid for my property so dan. I'd love to say that. I can't get behind your theory but i it's. It's really something to consider. I think that he could do that. Thanks dan for the phone call. What is it dan day. Let's make sure that we separate her. Dan's dan one from western michigan. Thank you damn to from santa claus indiana. I don't mean to make you the second. Dan by quality you might. Well be a higher quality dan. But let's figure out this phone call if you are the higher quality. Dan versus your dan brother. Welcome dan too. Okay okay well. I'll let you determine that ask you know. I had a question. I always wanted to ask rush. But i didn't get to before he passed. My question is how did the main street mainstream media mainstream media get out in the met become so liberal and who keeps it that way. So i will answer this way because i took a trip through the liberal media in a couple different ways one was when i worked in tech. I've got to go. You know work with the new york times and groups like that. And what i saw is it is ethnic liberalism and this is what i mean. They're liberal because they've always been that way. And i think what also happened is noticing that tendency that journalism is about changing the world because the world needs to be changed in whole ride exchange our whole out exchange for what has worked that brings a certain type of personality into that step. Two is people who want to destroy our country said you. We'd need to control the media. We need to control academia. We need to control the schools and apparently they also said we need to control public health. So that then rushed a lot of people into media world's because they're part of that ideology that has a core of its hate for america. What keeps it that way. Well it used to be that they kept that hidden that sort of bias hidden. But right now i questioned that myself and i think it's because they see where the power is lining up so right now. They're willing to lose the money to make a long term bet like back in the internet days there were people who said hey listen. Don't worry about profits. Don't build your company's to last build them for the new economy. And i think that you can look at cnn's ratings tanking tanking. They might have eight hundred thousand people on a on a television show versus what used to be three million. And i think they're playing this long game of we're going to be on the side of the party we're going to be on the side of the winners and eventually we'll figure out how to get money out of that right so there's a lot of factors that the last one is. You'll never meet more insecure people than in television media. They they are people who who live to be liked. Therefore they're afraid to say you know what maybe it doesn't make sense to partner with the chinese communist party that wants to destroy freedom of speech because that could make him unpopular. That's a great question dan. Thanks for calling. Russia's program taught herman your guide host this week on the eib network. stott herman. Your guide hosts this week on the eib network. All right listen to this. This is not believe it or not. This is two thousand nine which you're gonna hear okay so believe it or not. We're not the clip of america's anchorman is not from today. It is from two thousand nine. Have you seen the rising gasoline prices out there. Have you noticed them now. They are not being reported this time. Around since obama's in the white house gasoline prices are trickling up. And we're getting close to eighty dollar will not there yet but we're getting close to it. We don't need to hit a hundred dollar a barrel oil for there to be real economic impact here and fuel prices includes heating oil going into be very cold. Winter that is a forecast by the farmer's almanac nasa and nostradamus so it's looking bleak out there liberals are doing it to us liberals and the democrat party. It's called drill baby drill. Wait wait so. I don't mean to disagree with the the mob. But but had said we don't stink and pipelines and fuel lines in such. She just turn those off and just plug in the electric cars electric buses and the electric airplanes and everything will be fine. We will explore what. Joe biden's dementia is doing to your 401k. Economy and personal life to continue the eib network. The new podcast rush limbaugh. 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Let's look at some staples corn is up sixty nine percents Wheat is up twenty five percent. Fao food index up. Twenty five percent over hourly wages are up. Well five percent and that would be indicative of the fact that there's a whole bunch of people who are just now coming back to work. Although not as many as we need that. I say find humor. This we have a pending energy crisis. We have joe biden's dementia who fought against energy independence. His first one of his first acts when he was ensconced behind this militarized installation in washington. Dc which exists for theatrical reasons. Bottom up bar up borrow was to say. America doesn't energy independence and our our injure independence. Come on man. why with us. Let's let's just be dependent so no pipeline for you going north now this the hack of pipeline in the south but mind you can't be hacked but that's a whole other topic that i say something about humor. Trump has released a statement. This from cam boy came on the twitter. Got the president's statement. Save america president donald john trump congratulations to martha's vineyard in massachusetts for the privilege they will have of looking at massive windmills. The been approved by the biden administration and are being built in china of course as part of an extraordinarily large wind farm when does an incredibly expensively form of energy that kills birds affects the sees ruins the landscape and crates disastrous for navigation liberals. Love it but they can't explain why in any event martha's vineyard in absolutely wonderful place. We'll never be the same again. Good luck and i think inherent to that or at least implied his love president. Dj t. that's true. Your energy producing mechanisms that can't produce themselves limca to this how to species the can't reproduce. How do they do now. There aren't any. Oh see there aren't any they don't do well do they. Windmills produce enough energy to make windmills. Solar panels don't produce enough energy to make solar panels if they have too many of them to to make one their ridiculously inefficient. Now at the beginning of this program in speaking of this inflation costs going up. The cost of energy going up windmills. At the beginning of this program senate minority leader mitch. Mcconnell haas minority leader kevin mccarthy spoke to the trap press following their meeting with joe biden's dementia about the administration's four trillion dollars. More in spending and mccarthy had this to say you won't find any republicans going to go raise taxes. I think that's the worst thing you can do in this economy when you watch inflation your gas is going up. Remember gas price today. National gas price does not been this high. Since president biden vice-president be watching food costs. Go up you're watching. Housing costs lumber costs. There's inflation everywhere so raising taxes would be the biggest mistake you could make. And what do you think. They'll do chip wonder what they'll do. Remember this the economic change that we're seeing is is. This is not a bug in the system. Just track your way back to the changes that started to happen. In march of last year to our economy small businesses unneeded big businesses absolutely necessary certain workers essential certain workers non-essential private property charging rent for people who stay in your house. Now come on now. That's for big companies with lawyers. That's not for you little people. The changes have been happening. Since march of last year. In senator mike lee who is the only conservative senator in the state of utah made a brilliant point about joe. Biden's dementia attacking america's independent decision to cancel this pipeline. Coming on the heels of president biden's decision to issue a moratorium unilaterally on all oil and gas drilling on federal lands where we have a lot of our oil and gas resources in this country coupled with the fact that we've got needlessly onerous regulatory restrictions that have been telling the construction of new refineries. This is a perfect storm. Trifecta of that stops the american people from gaining access to the things that they need to live their day to day lives. It's causing prices to spike. And it's a deep concern right and it's not it's list as i was saying is there needs to be some name for this dynamic where the press explains that this is just. Wow this is unforeseen who could have seen that constricting the economy to this degree continuing this selective lockdown ridiculously refusing to have schools. Open creating this panic mentality with everybody wrapped in woke masks so a pipeline goes down. People go rushing for gasoline. Because they've just spent the last year and a half being told to stay home and stay safe in experiencing shortages america being made these stable or being destabilized would lead to economic calamity. If allowed to continue so this be another test. Is it biden. Who's actually president. Who's actually running this economy. Cnbc inflation sped up in april. Consumer prices leapt four point. Two percent gas prices hit a seven-year high in when you look at the history of democrats in charge of the economy. They make these democrats so we handle the economy better. We're for all the working people. Yeah except they're not working anymore. That's gonna drive costs up further. They're installing a universal basic income with this so called unemployment plus bonus. What that's doing is it's raising. The price of labor as the price of labor goes up. The price of goods goes up. Its elementary economics. And it's not a bug it's a feature. The democrats dislike the middle class. They disliked the middle class because the middle class votes from areas of concern. That are harder to manipulate. They votes on kitchen table issues house. My chances of retirement are my kids doing in school. Are we raising a generation of people more capable more secure than before it. Do i have pride in. My country are people following the rules. They're less likely to fall for the extremes of the democrat party which is why they scream it so hard in the party itself. That wants so much. If you doubt this please take a look at new york. San francisco portland los angeles. They want a disappearance of the middle class. What is seattle. Ooh barich uber. Poor los angeles uber rich uber poor. That's the way they set this up. It's the voting block. They want rush warned us back. In february that there would be ramifications to shutting down the keystone pipeline. Now ladies and gentlemen stick with me on this we had news today about how thousands of americans who work at the keystone pipeline had no idea what was coming they had no idea biden was gonna shut it down yet. We had all this talk of the green new deal during the campaign and all this talk at the green new deal mentioned what was going to happen oil and gas. It mentioned proudly happily what was going to happen a call and yet the democrat party still voted for these people. Unionized workers still voted for these people. What did it tell you tells you. Know what the hell are voting for their voting for somebody with its d next to their name. That's all that mattered. They had been convinced. That trump was a bad guy. That trump was this and that he had to go. Well guess what they're gonna find out they're gonna find out. Trump was protecting him. They're gonna find out. Trump was the reason they had a job to keystone xl. They're gonna find out that just like in west virginia other places that trump is the reason they had jobs in the coal industry. Most of them already know in fact keystone excels at different thing. They're gonna find out in portland and in seattle that it was the democrat governors there perpetuated that mess not trump. The media blamed trump for nine months for all the civil unrest in democrats cities and states so these keystone xl pipeline workers. Now john kerry's out telling them well you're gonna have even more options. You go out and sell solar panels. You think that's what they want. They are acting exactly as what you would expect. People who didn't know what was coming to act. And i'll guarantee you a bunch of people that work at the keystone pipeline voted for biden. Just guarantee you a lot of them are union people you vote for the democrat guarantee you. They're not going to be happy with this. And there will be back. The more john kerry and these guys keep talking about their future is selling solar. There's going to be a pushback at some point. We're just not there yet. And apparently according to gravy and media. John kerry admits. We're just talking about the solar panels rush mentioned them. President trump made fun of martha's vineyard for their view is now ruined for these inefficient monstrosities. John kerry apparently admitted today that those panels are being made by the wieger slaves in china. But that's not racism because it's oh you know what. I forgot my doublespeak book. I didn't bring it into. I'll look it up but there's some reason. Oh yeah that's democrat. I bad taught. Herman your guide hostess week on the web start. Herman your guide host this week. The abc network is if you need more reason to be member of rush twenty four seven. You may well. I don't know that you've missed it. Most people listen to all the show and listen to rush the first hour. We had james golden whom you know. Ask bush snerdley on to premiere this. Groundbreaking podcast rush limbaugh. The man behind the golden eib microphone which has been sponsored by tunnel to towers foundation and my pillow rush. Twenty four seven gives you access to such things. Even when a guide host like myself is involved in making things like that happen. That rush. Limbaugh dot com. It's talked to mike in yakima washington if you've not been the akamot beautiful place mike. Welcome to russia's program. Todd herman you guide today inside. It's great to talk to you. The reason the left hates the middle class is because the middle class puts the lie to their power base. Which is the idea that that the poor need these revolutionaries to to go against the wealthy who are oppressing them in the middle class is basically say no. You can make a bunch of decisions and and you don't have to necessarily stay poor. And that undermines they're all of their claim to to power legitimacy the reason they have to fight again and de-legitimize the the american system as systemically racist because the american system is fundamentally a middle class system. You don't have poor and and that that That by shelf undermines their entire claim to power. That's a great way to put it. And that's the deep psychology and then there's some math behind this as well if you get people who are ethnically rich are ethically liberal enrich meeting. There were liberal because they've always been liberal they don't care about taxes the truly rich people who And when i say wealth. I mean holding wealth. They don't really pay taxes. They just choose not the spend. They can keep the money in the lots of different instruments. I have friends who are brilliant that they make a ton of money. They never pay taxes because they hold their wealth. The poor right what to the poor want. They've been convinced that they will be four until they get government to force others to give to them and it puts them the powerbrokers in the middle of a triangle and the triangle is we can guilt the rich we can threaten the rich. We can pick winners and losers with the rich. You're with the party. You come with us or we'll take what you have. Then you have the poor and look what we're giving you. We are giving you all this. We are your sustenance. we are in fact. The ones bringing you. Manna from heaven. As forgot almighty himself and that is what the power of the of this this ideology puts in people's minds and you can look no further than these major cities to watch the fleeing of the middle class. There's a reason for the phrase. Can we hold the middle. Well no if you don't have a middle you can't hold the middle and that's how competition countries from come apart if don't hold the middle you can't hold the country if there's no middle the middle to be held. Thank you for the call. Mike preach russia's program now on this topic of of the middle and the poor people poor people coming to our country and being made more more likely to come here. This is brutally hard to hear. Imagine that you're a rancher in texas in texas and you decide to walk your property to go mixture your property secure being cared for. There's still problems in your fence line etc and you Across on your property. A baby naked and crawling in the dirt. Total of seven children under the age of seven crying on your property left there. Probably coyotes human traffickers. All of this all of this is to gain political advantage for the left bodies. Equal power gavin newsom. Those this jay inslee knows this. So-called governor of of of oregon. Kate brown they notice bodies have dollar heads attached to them. They have congressional votes attached to them. They have around money's attached to them. That's why this is there. And of course the democrats intend to turn them into voters today. Ted cruz are there was yesterday. Ted cruz offered an amendment to their automatic voter registration scheme. Hey let's just make people prove their american citizens now. We don't wanna do that. This is what the plan is is. It's economic it's votes and who hurt little babies calling in the by the way you'll see little babies crawling in the dirt and the drug camps of los angeles and though cities as well left in the same lack of regard for the lives. So how can joe biden's dementia possibly allow all of this. Let's hear from the mall. Hough on what the democrats and the party value above all things politics is its own business and saying we gotta to get the politics out of something. That democrats have convinced a lot of people that they are not political. This is the thing that realize this. I don't know how long ago. But it's a very long time ago. When i hear young people or anybody which they argue. I don't wanna hear by politics. Have no idea how much of their world is politicized. They have no idea how much political influences being used on them. And but yet. They believe that they aren't involved in politics. A-political and that the only people who are political the republicans the democrats motives are pure. They're just trying to help people but it's the republicans are always trying to stop it. Always arguing republicans. Never cooperating never getting along and for example. They don't see global warming as a political thing they see it is science and just trying to save the planet and since they hate politics they hate anybody who stands in the way of doing good things in the era of science. And it's been a frustrating thing to me to encounter it so much because the the key to having everybody understand who the democrats are is is to get them to be able to see just how political they are and what their politics is. Politics is about winning and losing like everything else in life compromised family member maybe to compromise with the boss. Or whatever but politics it's about defeating it's about it's about. It's the things that you stand foreign politics core principles beliefs and you don't compromise those you try to beat back the things trying to destroy what you believe in politics is not about. And that's that's another thing. The left is really succeeded in convincing. All these low information people that all politics is compromising. That's the democrats. Obama just wants to compromise with damage these republicans. They just got to stop the hayden. They just got to stop the hayden. They're the architects of it. No one really. In america believes that we walk past a little babies crying in the dirt. And yet i've seen it in seattle drug camps. Were cops have come upon. I'm saying little babies as everyone around them is is collapsed on heroin or whatever it is collapsed on the get walk past all the time. This is not a good treatment of the least of these. And i believe there will be judgment for that. Joe biden's dementia. And the party are assuring. They are putting out the very economic mechanisms and messages. That say you must push little kids onto the land of a farmer or rancher. I should say texas sorry to say farmer stand that can be offensive phrase to ranchers and likewise. The cruelty is on the part of the people who endorsed the cruelty who invite the cruelty. It's unknown dynamic. That will exist until we sometime or other. Get this idea that. Hey maybe if there were only these things called fences and laws and people who will enforce them todd. Herman guide host this week on the fix for having me in all of us the team at eib put together to show all the hard work goes on on the back end. People don't get to talk about enough. It's eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two i did. I got a note of concern on social media. Someone wanted to check to make sure that the What with the energy crisis in the inflation and such that the air conditioning is still working in the white house and it is itself. Listen appreciate the concern but everybody back. There is fine so and they don't pay for their gas and driving around the airplanes and such so. Just be cool. The ruling class is fine. Talked gray in tampa florida great. You're on the rush. Limbaugh program taught him and your guide host this week. Thanks for calling great yes. They're todd just wanted to call in and defend a little bit about solar panels. But i'll give you kinda frame me up a little bit. I before you think. I'm on the other side. I've been listening to this show since i was five years old. I'm thirty seven so long time right thirty two years. I guess i've been listening to it since the very beginning Big time conservative. And everything like that. But i also happen to be in the solar industry but there are two sides to this industry. And that's what's important for people to know right. I'm on the side. We install for residential homeowners and this allows them to get away from the power company and save money. The other side is the government forcing power companies down their throat to buy solar panels into build solar farms. Now he's solar farms. You look at the efficiency of fossil fuels versus The efficiency of solar and the amount of space they take up and the problem you run into is when you do a solar farm you have to buy about one hundred times the land that you would have for a natural gas power generator right so that equation in costing people wave way way more money when they could've just put it on their roof and that's and that's that's the point i wanted to get across. I i want one of those. I want those on my roof. I want that. I want Micro wind i'm want all those choices. I don't have any issue with economies of choice. What i have the issue with the same thing you're describing is the forcing people to adopt this enforcing companies to adopt this and you lead standards were crazy. You wait until they come along and say you're you're not socially justice oriented enough as a business owner or you're building you as a business. Owner are not social justice. And if you can't sell your buildings they use this stuff for leverage. So i really. I hopefully did not come across as decrying a choice of a homeowner to call a company in to have a free exchange of value. That's i want that stuff. What i get frustrated is when they are forcing it down or pretending like it's this green alternate when you're buying that much land and putting up that much infrastructure and it's my understanding that solar panels need need coal to be made in the first place. That's worth run into trouble so great. You did a great job of defending industry. You're in florida. Can i get you out to idaho this weekend. Something in my house for me. Hey i'm actually you know what one of our vice-presidents from idaho that would be illegal. I just that was a joke. That was a joke. I would never do that. We'll look into that sometime. I've got to run clock enemy appreciate you making the phone call and defending industry. Thank you very much for calling russia program. One quick thing about this choice in talking about you know the two-tier justice system. This is a play right now in new york. A new york judge has dismissed the nra's bankruptcy case meaning that they want the nra to be stuck there forever. Rush talked about this case. Last august he asked a question about antifa and black lives matter inc and whether those two domestic groups make the case for a a strong. Nra this new york state attorney. General what's your name letitia james. So she'd been hyping. This press conference all day today at eleven thirty. She didn't tell anybody what it was going to be about eleven thirty. The things starts at drive-bys the whole morning are thinking that this is. How many times have they thought this. This is at today. We nailed trump. So she starts prescott. It is just listen. You wanna talk about a drive by media try this. They use millions upon millions dollars from the nra for personal use including for lavish trips for themselves and their families. Private jets expensive meals and other private travel. Wayne lapierre woody phillips joshua powell and john frazier instituted a culture of self dealing miss management and negligent oversight at the nra that was illegal oppressive and fraudulent. That's right with gun sales at a record gun. Sales are a record high right now. And it makes perfectly understandable sense all the rioting and lawlessness and the democrats talking about defunding. The police here comes tation. James and now they're lawsuit against the nra in new york state wins the last time you heard anybody talking to the democrats. I mean it's not on their radar. Always the second amendments always there but they got some distractions in their way. This was a huge letdown for the drive by media. They were convinced that she was going to announce some case against trump. i think as usual we're being played. We're being manipulated by the democrats and their their friends their buddies in the media. So i i think this going after the. Nra has something other than going after the nra to it. They're serious serious going out the ira. Because they hate the nra. But it's not gonna stop me from buying guns but the bottom line is they didn't go after trump did they. She let everybody think that's what was going to be announced and not a word was said about it by the way. Wouldn't you say that. Antifa the rioters black lives matter. Are they not making a case for the nra. Why do you think people are arming up. Why do you think people buy guns left and right democrats want to defend the cops and people believe they mean it. That's something democrats. You'd better figure something out fast. Democrats you start talking about this nonsense. Just play into your twitter base but twitter is not american. Twitter is not even close to being american terms of majority and you think the majority of americans want to get the cops. How does that jibe with people going out and buying guns left and right. We got more people buying guns for the first time than ever before in this country and continue because the destabilization of america continues which is why we have to have trusted voices and buck. Sexton is a guest hosts allama. He pays a lot of attention to what's happening in this country including the massive government spending happening now. What that means for the future bucked. Please take it from here. Thanks todd when i was able to guess those this program several years ago. Gold and silver prices were much lower looking out. The gold was below thirteen hundred dollars. Today it's in the range of one thousand eight hundred thirty dollars and it's likely to continue going up. It's a stable currency in limited supply the gold and silver. Ira own comes from oxford. gold group anouar sponsor. Welcome to your to the ib network. It's when i've trusted and relied upon for years now. Their customer service is top notch. An honest they answer all my questions thoroughly just last week. They post a question our way. Did you know that about twenty percent of all. Us dollars were created in two thousand and twenty. What do you think the effect of all those newly printed dollars will lead to. Well probably inflation right. It's not gonna make the dollars more valuable. That's for sure in the past have purchased gold and silver as a hedge against inflation. That's because golden silver have value as the purchasing power of the dollar declines buying real gold and silver. I'm talking about the kind you can actually hold in. Your hands is much easier than you think. And you can have it delivered securely and privately to your home it's just as easy to put real gold and silver and your ira or 401k. So if you're concerned like i am about the value of the dollar and the fact that it's probably going to decrease call the oxford goal group today at eight three three four zero four gold. The oxford gold group is the industry leader in precious metals. They offer real gold and silver for the lowest prices and they have a free precious metals investment guide. They can send to you. Call the oxford gold group today at eight. Three three four zero four gold. That's eight three three four zero four g. o. l. d. they'll answer all your questions and send you their precious. Metals investment guide call the oxford gold group. Eight three three four zero four gold eight three three four four goal. And thanks for lying to join you in a spirit of terrific day with you. Thank you stott herman. Your guide hosts this week in the ib network. One of my favorite statistics about america were five percent of the world's population we've taken in twenty percent of the world's displaced peoples and those people who were taken in unless they are in congress. And then you know who. I mean are very grateful for that. And they make the very most of what it is to pursue life liberty happy so many people then happiness in our ese high note. Today it's about overcoming odds in two thousand seventeen tanny auto womb and his family fled nigeria as refugees to escape attacks on christian families like theirs and they lived in homeless shelter in manhattan with the help of a local pastor tawny in his brother started attending school. Whether i exposed to the game of chess they played together in the shelter and tawny quickly rose to the level of chess national master making him. The twenty eighth youngest person to achieve such a title in the state's got into it. When i started taking me chess but he didn't teach me to write rules. I'm so proud of something that the team may be tells me rush would have loved about this. Is that when tony. I completed his first tournament. He got the lowest score of eighty one that he could have fallen back on a lot of excuses but he didn't. He kept working all living in a homeless shelter and one year later. He took home the state championship trophy. After beating. seventy three of new york's best players in grades k. Through three to go tony way to go america. We continue to be the lifeboat of the world. Which is why flooding. The lifeboat is an act of cruelty. It's not an act of kindness. Talk to jeff in waynesboro pennsylvania jeff. You're the rush. Limbaugh program. Todd herman who guide host this week. I jeff i appreciate you taking my call I i'd like to thank everyone at be for continuing to rush daily He was quite a man. He's getting along quite sometime. And then you now more than ever. My question was and i heard both speech Early in the show. And it's very emotional. I think it's emotional for all of us but what to you and to other guest host Hopefully you all can touch base at some point. But what was it like to get the call when they say. Hey russia would like you to guest host all. Well gosh i tell you. I think god gives us hints of things in. This could sound incredibly self serving. I had had this strange feeling that very important people were listening to my radio. Show in seattle beyond my very important listeners. Or without which wouldn't exist. And i just put that feeling aside. Oh it's a feeling and then my program director brought me news office one day and those are always fun things radio. It's friday at four thirty eight. Todd could i have you come into my office friday at four thirty good. And brill your personal items and so walk in and sit down. Emit program director. Looks me naggus. Do you have any interest in filling in for rush limbaugh and imagine my biological reaction. It was all the air left my body. All of it. And i remember feeling very dizzy. And i'd like oh inhaling. And saying yes. I i do and then the funniest thing happened is i got a call from gentleman named craig who works on the program and he and i visited and then he said you're gonna get a call from a guy named james golden and that was sort of the process and then after james and i visited whom you know is both snerdley jamison. I realized we knew each other from way back back in the internet radio days we had met and it came full circle. I'll tell you this jeff that that you'll hear me say and i hope you guys know i couldn't be more professionally honored i don't want to get teary eyed. 'cause we did that earlier even as a radio host a mentor from afar. The things that i did in life that professionally mattered because russia gave me the bravery his saying. Never let those. Who didn't tell you you can't fundamental and changing my view of life and to what degree. I was willing to put myself in uncomfortable. Circumstances to gain these results so that was my experience and then by the way sometime we'll tell the story i this i never russia's show it will always be the one to make it about the. I'll tell you this. The first time the bumper music ran. I thought i had together heard russia's music red eye on my gosh expect kept expecting someone to and go. We didn't know you're that guy from spokane get out of here by the way. My story is nothing in comparison to the podcast. We premiered today. You can get rush. Limbaugh dot com. It's rush limbaugh. 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ENZ 345  The Best Books To Read While Stuck In Quarantine PT 1

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

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ENZ 345 The Best Books To Read While Stuck In Quarantine PT 1

"You're listening to escaping the rei newbies. Own podcast where you'll learn the underground closely guarded secrets that will revolutionize your real estate business. This podcast is all about helping you. Exit a real estate new zone and etter financial freedom building up your real estate thrown. This is escaping the rei newbies own podcast and now your host real estate investor entrepreneur world traveler and nationwide mentor. Chris bruce guys welcome back to another episode of escaping aria newbies. All i'm your host. Chris bruce say thank you for tuning into today's show. What i want to talk about is the top books that you should be reading during this time are we are in some times where people are uncertain times where people are trying to figure out what move they should make and during times of having a lot of time for ourselves to think strategize execute there certain books that i want you guys to all read if you have already because it will start to foster your mindset one and also give you some different things to focus on strategize on so once all the dust settles with this global pandemic. You'll know exactly what you start to do. An analysis. I come up on the other side of this are so real. Estate is a very very important book. You must re is emerging real estate. Markets are emerging with st mark's. In the reason why is a great book. It's by david. Limbaugh the reason why this is a great book is because would it. Talks about is the turns of the market going from a great market where everybody is buying real estate and things are good to adding economic downturn and causing a mockery ship or crash recession things like that which we may be headed towards with global pandemic and so it shows you how to be on the other side of things in the opportunity that is created during the hard times. That's the reason why i teach people selling. I want them to understand how they can go out there and make money flipping properties because the thing is is that if you go out there and you start to generate cash by wholesaling. You can literally take that money. And once it's time to be able to buy properties that are going to be on sale due to all of this. You have the cash liquid. You can start literally buy properties for pennies on the dollar vassal. Murderers stay markets feed me. You have to read deb's if you're listening investor and you're in these times or even if you are getting new into real estate you must read that book merger estate marks but david belinda secondly to really understand what things can you take advantage of also when it comes to happen liquid cash. Money is a book by tony. Robbins caught money. Mastering the game money. Mastering gay all right. You got a good but by. Tony was pretty big blue. You're not going to be read it all in a week or anything like that. It's gonna take but you can look under. Chapters is start to focus on some things that report that they talk about different. They talk about stocks. Talk about lies about real estate of course record things but really like you get to see specifically how people use the stock market and how they're able to make money with index funds. Something i never knew anything about the star. Read that book so definitely picked up as well because again with some of the industry's hurt like to travel cruise lines airlines things like that. Even though they may be down in stock right now. This is the time to buy. Because they're going to go. We know travels up. Benchley is not going to stater or create anything that you get from one destination next without using a boat or plane so the travel industry will rebound so any talks about other different things oil and everything else among other things. You can invest answer. Definitely get that book again because that way you start to look at. Where can you parks on your cash. Investing right now with things getting ready to shift and being at a low price. Now another book. I want to recommend and you heard me talk about this before in this is for anybody that may be struggling with thinking that there's a scarcity of not a lot of money out there you don't need to hold onto as much money as i can. Because nobody's spending money your your. I don't know how to make money. Or whatever if you had a badly should was monday. You seem like you're always broke. You can't never come up on top. My favorite books recommend on that would be secret of the millionaire mile by tr edgar. It's a must must re is literally already six times. Every i i got something new from it. It has literally changed my entire life when it comes to how i think about money how i treat money. There are certain way relationship to have with money in order for it to stay around before to track to you. I don't have to go out super like hustle grind for money. Not i host will run for what i'm doing but i don't do that for the money. I do that for putting out the efforts that need to far as the content for as my and the money just comes to me so attractive and so i want you to understand that when you have a great relationship with money when you understand how money works in actually put money out there to work for you said you working for money. Money started flowing I didn't realize until. I read the secret of a millionaire mind. So once again non-negotiable tr. Beggar susan the millionaire mind nearly blew away gray nearly blind way now. I know i'm not gonna mention rich. Dad poor dad because everybody knows about that but kia sake has a lot of different books one particular kind of talks about somewhat of a market crash somewhat of something like this happening and it was definitely i would say eye opener to me and i read this back in two thousand eleven of understanding the shift that we're going to happen eventually and so that book i'm talking about is an unfair advantage. The power of financial education would schools will never teach you about money. Okay and you probably like crushed. Keep talking about books about money and this is a net and everything else will. The reason why is because there is so much opportunity. There's going to be coming our way. There's opportunity right now. right now. there is more people attentive to things. they're getting marketed to them. For instance where in real estate more people are at home so you start text message or cold calling him homeowners going to ask you the phone. Cash buys an answer the owners. Will you have the world. All at paul's a sense were there standstill in. So they're more readily available the any contact with unfortunately at the time of this recording there has been record breaking numbers of unemployment filings record. I'll talk about more unemployment filings than the two thousand eight recession over ten million people over ten million people have filed for unemployment and that is because a lot of people are out of work and we don't know how long this thing is going to. Less people are behind their bills for this month. Some people don't even have job. They don't remember way to make money. Think about people that worked at the bars nightclubs. There shut down. You have a brick and mortar place. And you don't have any online option for you to be able to servers or sale your products. You've done it mentioned. Amc probably would not be able to stay in business. Okay so reason why. I'm talking about the money books because there are a lot of opportunity but you have to take advantage of and you have to learn how to debt. So i wanted to mention these books and i'll do a follow up next week. I'll talk about some other books. Far as more mindset is accessible books out of this week. I'm going to talk strictly about the money financial books in understanding where you can literally take your money and make the money work harder for youth and positioning yourself. Now only to get wealthy but also be able to bill. You know generational wealth for people that are behind your family members. Your friends in the number put them on as well too. So these are all the books that i've read over the past eleven. Some of them are literally in two thousand ten two thousand eleven and they apply still to this day so get those books you can pick them up on amazon. If anything might even be able to find a book where you can get instantly access to those books. I the physical copies of her books. Because it's like you collect physical copies but get those books dive into them. Take this time to really educate yourself so that way you can come on top on the other end. Listen they're going to be a big transfer of wealth. That's going to happen. It happened in the two thousand. Eight recession is going to happen in this time around and the only people that are going to be able to come all the people that are more prepared literally what happens is money is transferred from unprepared to the prepare. So are you gonna be prepared. Ready for you to be able to take advantage opera. Tony will if you will if you do want to be. You have to make sure to read these books and tap in and execute the thing that they're saying in the book. More importantly are open. Enjoyed the short episode. I got more to come you guys. You know my quote go live to drink. Live your dream. I'll see on the next episode. Thanks for listening. To escaping the rei newbies own podcast at www dot escape the newbies zone dot com.

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ENZ 345  The Best Books To Read While Stuck In Quarantine PT 1

Escaping The Real Estate Investing Newbie Zone - Make Money In Real Estate Wholesaling Properties For Quick Cash

10:45 min | 1 year ago

ENZ 345 The Best Books To Read While Stuck In Quarantine PT 1

"You're listening to escaping the REI newbies. Own podcast where you'll learn the underground closely guarded secrets that will revolutionize your real estate business. This podcast is all about helping you. Exit a real estate neutral zone and etter financial freedom building up your real estate thrown. This is escaping the Rei newbies own podcast and now your host Real Estate Investor Entrepreneur World Traveler and nationwide mentor. Chris Bruce guys welcome back to another episode of escaping Aria newbies. All I'm your host Chris Bruce Say Thank you for tuning into today's show. What I want to talk about is the top books that you should be reading during this time are we are in some times where a lot of people are uncertain times where people are trying to figure out what move they should make and during times of having a lot of time for ourselves to think strategize execute their certain books that. I want you guys to all read if you have already because it will start to foster your mindset one and also give you some different things to focus on strategize on so once all the dust settles with this global pandemic. You'll know exactly what you start to do. An analysis. I come up on the other side of this are so real. Estate is a very very important book. You must re is emerging real estate. Markets are emerging with St Mark's in the reason why this is a great book. It's by David. Limbaugh the reason why this is a great book is because would it? Talks about is the turns of the market going from a great market where everybody is buying real estate and things are good to adding economic downturn and causing a Margarita or crash recession things like that which we may be headed towards with global and so it shows you how to be on the other side of things in the opportunity that is created during the hard times. That's the reason why I teach people wholesaling. I want them to understand how they can go out there and make money flipping properties because the thing is is that if you go out there and you start to generate cash by wholesaling. You can literally take that money. And once it's time to be able to buy properties that are going to be on sale due to all of this. You have the cash liquid you can start literally buy properties for pennies on the dollar vassal. Murderers stay Marcus. Feed me. You have to read the books if you're listening investor and you're in these times or even if you are getting new into real estate you must read that Book Merger Estate Marks but they Belinda secondly to really understand what things can you take advantage of also when it comes to happen liquid cash. Money is a book by Tony. Robbins caught money. Mastering the game money. Mastering Gay all right. You got a good that with Tony Roberts supreme big blue. You're not going to be at to read it all in a week or anything like that. It's GonNa take long but you can look under. Chapters is starting to focus on some things that report that they talk about different. They talk about stocks. Talk about lies about real estate of course in all these different things but really like you get to see specifically how people use the stock market and how they're able to make money with index funds. Something I'd never knew anything about the star. Read that book so definitely picked up as well because again with some of the industry's hurt like to travel cruise lines airlines things like that even though they may be down in stock right now. This is the time to buy. Because they're going to go. We know travels up eventually. It's not going to state or create anything that you get from one destination next without using a boat or plane so the travel industry will rebound so any talks about other different things oil and everything else among other things. You can invest definitely get that book again because that way you start to look at. Where can you parks on your cash? Investing right now with things getting ready to shift and being at a low price. Now another book. I want to recommend and you heard me talk about this before in this is for anybody that may be struggling with thinking that there's a scarcity of not a lot of money out there you don't need to hold onto as much money as I can. Because nobody's spending money your your. I don't know how to make money. Or whatever if you had a badly should was Monday. You seem like you're always broke. You can't never come up on top. My favorite books recommend on that would be secret of the million mile by TR Edgar. It's a must must re is literally already six times everytime road. I got something new from it. It has literally changed minds higher. Life wouldn't comes to how I think about money how I treat money. There's a certain way relationship to have with money in order for it to stay around four to track to you. I don't have to go out super like hustle grind for money. Not Saying I don't host will run for what I'm doing but I don't do that for the money. I do that for putting out the efforts that need to far as the content for as my and the money comes to me as attractive and so I want you to understand that when you have a great relationship with money when you understand how money works in actually put money out there to work for you said you working for money. Money started flowing I didn't realize that until I read the secret of the millionaire mind so once again non-negotiable tr vaguer Susan. The millionaire mind nearly blue gray nearly blind way now. I know I'm not gonNA mention rich. Dad Poor that because everybody knows about that but KIA sake has a lot of different books. One particular kind of talks about somewhat of a market crash somewhat of something like this happening and it was definitely I would say eye opener to me and I read this back in two thousand eleven of understanding the shift that we're going to happen eventually and so that book I'm talking about is an unfair advantage. The power of financial education would schools will never teach you about money. Okay and you probably like being crushed keep talking about books about money and this is a net and everything else will. The reason why is because there is so much opportunity. There's going to be coming our way. There's opportunity right now. Right now. There is more people attentive to things. They're getting marketed to them. For instance where in real estate more people are at home so you start text message or cold calling him homeowners going to ask you the phone. Cash buys an answer the owners. Will you have the world? All at Paul's innocence were there standstill in so they're more readily available the contact with unfortunately at the time of this recording there has been record breaking numbers of unemployment filings record. I'll talk about more unemployment filings than the two thousand eight recession over ten million people over ten million people have filed for unemployment. And that is because a lot of people are out of work and we don't know how long this thing is going to. Less people are behind their bills for this month. Some people don't even have a job. They don't remember way to make money. Think about people that worked at the bars nightclubs. There shut down. You have a brick and mortar place. And you don't have any online option for you to be able to servers or sale your products. You've done it mentioned. Amc probably would not be able to stay in business. Okay so reason why. I'm talking about the money books because there are a lot of opportunity but you have to take advantage of and you have to learn how to debt so I wanted to mention these books and I'll do a follow up next week. I'll talk about some other books. Far More mindset is accessible But this week I'm going to talk strictly about the money financial books in understanding where you can literally take your money and make the money work harder for youth and Positioning Yourself. Now only to get wealthy but also be able to bill. You know generational wealth for people that are behind your family members. Your friends in the number put them on as well too so these are all the books that I've read over the past eleven. Some of them are red literally in two thousand ten two thousand eleven and they apply still to this day. So get those books you can pick them up on Amazon. If anything might even be able to find a book where you can get instantly access to those books. I have the physical copies of her books. Because it's like you collect physical copies but get those books deep into them. Take this time to really educate yourself so that way you can come on top on the other end. Listen they're going to be a big transfer of wealth. That's going to happen. It happened in the two thousand. Eight recession is going to happen in this time around and the only people that are going to be able to come all the people that are more prepared literally what happens is money is transferred from unprepared to prepare. So are you GONNA BE PREPARED. Ready for you to be able to take advantage opera. Tony will if you will if you do want to be. You have to make sure to read these books and tap in and execute the thing that they're saying in the book. More importantly are open. Enjoyed the short episode. I got more to come you guys. You know my quote go live to drink. Live your dream. I'll see on the next episode. Thanks for listening. To escaping the REI newbies own podcast at www dot escape the newbies zone DOT com.

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Bad Idea To Disarm Citizens

The Sean Hannity Show

1:35:46 hr | 1 year ago

Bad Idea To Disarm Citizens

"So, who is your wireless provider at and T. Verizon t mobile? The average person is saving four hundred dollars. A year switching to pure talk s a pure talk is on the same network same towers, just fifty percent off in terms of price right now, get unlimited talk text two gigs of data for twenty bucks a month that's it switch to pure talk. USA now go to pure Talk USA dot com use the Promo Code Sean to get fifty percent off your first month. That's Promo Code Sean fifty percent off your first month. Glad you're with US eight, hundred, nine, four, one, Sean, you want to be a part of the program eight eight days and you are the. Jury starting with a thanks the launch live free or Die American the world on the brink it's it's about what is at stake in eight hundred eight days. Thank you for launching in at number one. We appreciate Oh. I Great News Amazon.com is now discounted the book forty percent. Why do I say that? Because I admit that I, AM A. smelly Walmart trump supporter. I Love Walmart I. Love Those I love K. Mart, can I finish? I Love Kmart I love all those big. Fox I, Love them all why they have every possible thing you could ever want. I mean, it didn't bother me in my life when I bought my furniture Walmart? I didn't care the Super Walmart. Yes Linda. Yes. I apologize but I just wanted to make one very special announcement and I WANNA make sure we do it today and I, don't want to forget. So next week starting next week is when we start the virtual tour that was going to be in real life, but will now be virtual. We the really special part about this virtual tour with all these awesome book retailers that we've partnered with is that the books are signed by you they are signed by you you sign thousands of them. Signed Book. So it's pretty cool. All right. Thank you for that. But anyway now you can finally actually walk into a Bookstore of your book stores are open and and as I said Amazon Dot com a forty percents discount so. Yeah I love that you could save money by the way don't by mom and Dad just share your book with them. That's awesome because about winning and eighty eight days this is like we wanna it's liberty freedom capitalism free markets risk reward energy independence. Already national security. It's about the courts it's about higher or lower taxes more burdensome bureaucracy or less. It's all there. By the way you WanNa know a preview of coming attractions. There is a we. Should've every time and say this a total shift show all throughout the state of New York. And the city of New York I mean this article comes out on Fox business today headline New York City relocations accelerating at a substantial pace local movers are say moving experts say they've not been able to keep peace with demand even as the number of confirmed corona virus cases leveled off that's the people leaving. Now you've got a billion dollars in NYPD cuts, you get rid of the the prestigious street crime fighting unit in New York City. Those are the guys on the front lines protecting New York, city residents, you have the dopey mayor, this horrific response from the governor. Corona virus with you know sending covid nineteen patients into nursing homes a long term care facilities you know that's Why you know look yeah. We had a hotspot in Florida. Oh lounger Santa's Paul Blah Blah Rhonda Santa's protected the elderly view look at the total number of deaths and Florida or the total number of deaths in Texas, and you look at the worst day in New York state the total for the whole pandemic does it match one of the worst days in New York? Because of that, because they made the decision to protect the sick the elderly those with compromised immune systems and underlying conditions. Anyway As. cording to Joe by July Fifteenth is moving book to capacity for the remainder of the month i. mean that's a big apple moving company telling Fox business that the volume of moves continues to rise at a substantial rate and a drastic spike in storage compared to years prior meaning they're emptying their apartments and ain't coming back there figure out figuring out what plan B is going to be. One thing this virus is going to do it's going to dramatically shift. You know people away teleworking is here it's the future. Telemedicine is here. It's the future failed public schools. Guess what you're going to have competition. You know what it is online learning tele you know education is going to be real. Parents ought to be able to bypass the failing school districts in these failing you know cities run by Liberal Democrats for decades with a K. through twelve curriculum that if followed and and. we'll. We'll get their kids. You know the fifteen hundred or whatever on their sat's or the thirty five on the race et's that they ace and allow their kids to go to the best colleges as a result of academic excellence. That's all happening. Roadway moving president said to Fox business. It is the busiest summer they've ever had a near history they are insanely busy and for the last three months, we cannot keep up with demand. To. Accommodate movers who of left? New York, city. They said they have recently introduced an absentee move where employees can carry out a move when residents tonight, even their company said, it's becoming one of the single most sought after services. In other words they already moved. Can you go back that crappy apartment I used to live in paid a fortune for take all my crap out of there I'm done. You know look at the price of leaving California with a U-HAUL. Then is you know twenty, five, hundred bucks of going to Texas you WANNA take it. From Texas to California Yeah, you can get it for about four hundred bucks maybe less. So you know there's a reason that Andrew Cuomo's. At least on this front, he's not stupid. Andrew Cuomo delivers a a devastating blow by say please back to new. York. Pretty please on all abaya, drink I he talked to people all day. WHO also Latinas? Four in Hudson Valley House. In Connecticut we can pass and I say you gotta come back. When we come back, we'll go to dinner. A by your drink. Come over I'll cook they're not coming back right now tax the rich, the rich tax, the rich we did now God forbid the rich leave the richer leaving. by come on over by drink you know we can go to dinner or cooking dinner. Well, if you do it, it's GonNa cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars why because you get the extra city tax comrade to Blasio now? So he's begging people to come back now he saying it's time to reopen the schools and because he understands the impact, all of this is having on his State. New York City is a disaster. There's nobody dumber nobody. Then comrade the Blasios is marks as roots on full display yesterday pretty much telling wealthy New Yorkers in other words taxpayers because the top ten percent pay ninety percent of the taxes You know what those that left. Because of of the disaster of Corona and the handling of that, and then also stayed gone because of the lawlessness and the anarchy that he wouldn't stop and then following it up with a billion dollar cut to the NYPD. He's his taken a very different position than the governor and he goes on to say to the point about the folks out in the Hamptons I have to be very clear about this. We don't make decisions based on the wealthy few. He said to reporters I was troubled to hear this concept because wealthy people have a set of concerns about the city that we should accommodate them. We should build our policy and approaches. Around them. That's now not how it works around here. Anymore he said this is the this city is for New Yorkers. This city is for people who live here work here, fight to make this place better and fight through this crisis lot of New Yorkers who are wealthy or true believers in New York City will stand and fight with US and some may be fair weather friends. We must build our policies around working people. Well he might not know what the reality is the working people they're taxed to death to and the price of those expensive upper east side apartments The Working People can't afford to pay for people that work for me and they start out they living in like the do you know four hundred square feet? Sleeping where they cook with a little tiny bathroom. I. Mean. It's unbelievable. And that's the that that is insane. By the way Congresswoman Cossio Cortez nominated for an emmy. For the green new deal film, you can't even make this stuff up. There was a meltdown by. Pine Crazy Nancy Pelosi is the president calls her with Judy Woodruff. Okay. She's not a conservative. You know during an interview, you're a GOP advocate. You ought to be an advocate for them. Listen to what the facts are. She got ticked off. She's having like her own little Joe Biden meltdown moment the. Are Making as they are now showing flexibility in money for state and local governments. This is again a difference Democrats want more money Republicans want a lot less. They are saying they're willing to show flexibility and they're also saying a lot of the money that was passed in the Spring Madam Speaker, has not even been spent yet well. Kid Vevey if you want to be an advocate for them no, I'm. Playing Devil's advocate. To ask you for your position. Wow unbelievable everyone's mel of Joe Biden we'll go into all the details at harbour week Now, I've got some good news I know it's hard to get good news these days right job growth nationwide roaring back in. July, despite weeks of hype by the mob and the media democratic, party Corona virus resurgence, you know what? A shot at all again shut and all that can't shut it all down again you gonNA get hot spots I, always said it's when not if US ECONOMY is now added a better than expected one point eight million jobs added last month bureau of Labor. Statistics saying today unemployment rate now down ten point two percent bureau of Labor Statistics payrolls increased one, point seven, six, three, million well ahead of what Wall Street and the consensus forecast was and by the way the gains cut the unemployment rate from eleven point one to ten point two hourly ray wage is up the economy's providing more resilience than many people thought the jump in payrolls. Now in this particular report, investors had been concerned about that a weaker reading of the private sector job creation published by ADP on Wednesday the twenty first consecutive week of one million plus people filing for unemployment that that might have been a software. July. READING TURNS OUT NOT TO BE THE CASE retail sector adds two hundred and fifty, eight thousand but the is New York's not going to see this. You know when Obama assumed office the unemployment rate. was you know it topped out at ten percent? That's the way we are now. that. is like the quickest recovery ever in history will be third quarter I guarantee you. We'll get those numbers before Election Day and by the way we need one debate before anybody casts about the president's right anyway. So the president's recovery told you this was going to happen i. told you what happened I didn't think it would happen this quickly though I did not. So this number is massive and you know now. On employment after you know eight months after Congress passed there the first part of the stimulus plan for Corona? And Or Bama Biden, they did their own crazy new green deal Celinda and all this other wasteful spending fraud and abuse. But anyway, if the current growth continues and we now putting out, we've seen now a flattening of the curve in an hour. The decline is begun in Texas and Florida according to all the reports I'm seeing that means you'll have the precipitous drop off at the pattern holds true like it didn't other hotspots before but it's going to be an amazing comeback and that would all be because of the president not because anything the Democrats have done. Biden is in full full freak out mode over his comments yesterday about Oh yeah. Illegal immigrants, free healthcare, and you know yelling at the reporter. Come on man we ought to get t shirts come on. Man. Anyway, we'll come back. We'll give you more on that Corona Virus Update Mike Dewine does not have. It was a false positive. We have the latest on the defunding get rid of the police insanity don't forget Hannity Dot Com Amazon Dot Com for election news AMAZON DOT COM for week one to discount the book forty percent is amazing. It's it's now forty percent off if you go to. Amazon Dot Com I love that thank you for making it amazing week. It'll be in bookstores everywhere live free or die American the world on the brink. We have a lot of announcements coming in regards to this on Monday I. So who is your wireless provider at and T. Verizon t mobile? What if I told you that pure talk USA uses the exact same cellnet works as those carriers same. Tower same coverage but literally, half the cost to you I know it sounds crazy when I first heard about pure talk USS wait a minute this to be too good to be true. Well, then I became a customer and the service is that good the savings that real look at the reviews people love Pure Talk USA and why guess what no contract to sign no excessive fees and right now You. Get unlimited talk text and two gigs of data for just twenty bucks a month. All the average person is saving four hundred bucks a year on their wireless built. Go to pure talk USA. Dot Com use the Promo Code Sean to get fifty percent off your first month that's Promo Code Sean fifty percent off your first month pure talk USA simply smarter wireless come on man come on come. Did you did you test for cocaine? Are you a junkie come on man? You GotTa play the now my favorite those pay close attention to the end. When he tries to say fitness. The please clarify specifically have you taken a cognitive now? Take test why the hell would I take a test come on man that's like saying you before he got in this program, you take a test where you're taking cocaine or not. What do you think? Are Joe say to President. Trump who brags about his tests and makes your state an issue for voters well, if he can't figure out the difference between Elephant Alliance I, don't know what the hell he's talking about is you watch that look come on and I I am trying to me but I mean, I'm so forward looking to have an opportunity to sit with the president or stand with the president of debates they're going to be plenty of time and by the way as I joke with them, you know. I I shouldn't say I'm going to something I don't. I should say, anyway, I am I am very willing to let the American. Public Judge might physical mental. Mice physical as well as my mental fitness and to you know to make a judgment about who I am. come on man. Desperate. Now, here's another little problem for the ever forgetful. Joe. He gave a different answer just a few weeks ago. Listen have you tested for some degree of cognitive decline? I've been testing constantly look. All you gotTa do is watch me and I can hardly wait. To compare my cognitive capability to the cognitive capability of the man I'm running answer. I. Can't wait all I have an idea. Before a single vote is cast, but in other words, early voting how about we have a debate show? You can hardly wait while the moments here, and by the way I thought you're tested constantly test course I've been tested Bobo Bobo more next. All right. We're all faced with new challenges these days. Now, if you need legal help your challenges count on legalzoom dot com maybe need to protect your family with a will or a living trust or you. WanNa start a business as a DA or an LLC while legalzoom's got you covered now you can easily start online and their network of independent attorneys can provide advice when you need it and legalzoom dot com is not a law firm. You don't have to leave your home and you don't get charged by the hour legalzoom dot com where life meets legal. All right twenty five. Now until the top of the hour, an Amazon dot com now is forty percent off now finally in bookstores if you're out and about this weekend, we have a lot of announcements coming on next week but you've got now come on man it all started with that and the meltdown and just a bizarre I, can hardly wait. I can't wait to debate trump will you'll have to wait Joe. Donald trump wants to debate you. Now before a single vote is cast, we also put on Hannity Dot Com, our electoral information map and that is okay. When does early voting start? How do you register? What about absentee ballots all of all of which are in play. I mean all of this matters. And a lot of people don't know and and you know unbelievable. You know unbelievable that we can't even get information from anybody in the media mob I mean I'm telling you it's we have such an information crisis but you know they ignored on all of these news channels and so-called news they're all fake news lying conspiracy theory channels just like the networks and just like the New York Toilet Paper Times and company By the way Biden now finding himself literally now trying to walk back his comments I. Made comments about diversity in the African American and Latino communities that I want to clarify he wrote on twitter no way. Did I mean to suggest the African American community is a monolith not by identity non-issues issues at all throughout my career he writes I've witnessed the diversity of thought background and sentiment within the African American community. It's this diversity that makes our workplaces communities in country a better place. You know what this is it's just total spin political BS. That's all this is is a politician that is caught and trying to get out of trouble. Hate to say, I, mean just being honest here we've seen this this happened time in and time again. We've gone over his atrocious record on issues involving race and they are atrocious. And if Donald Trump had these positions and had set all the things and taking all the positions and praised the former Klansman the way the Joe Biden did the guy that. That that was they're filibustering the historic civil rights act sixty four against the voting rights act and sixty five I mean if imagine of any of those positions happen to be Donald J trump imagine for just a second by the way the president you know he he went after this whole you know comment and controversy yesterday. And the black community lacking diversity and what he found is literally said after yesterday statement, he said Biden is no worthy not worthy anymore of the African American boat. And you go through the record it matters it wasn't Barack and Joe that set record after record low. For African Americans Hispanic Americans Asian Americans women in the Work Place Youth Unemployment and African American youth unemployment that eight years. It was Donald Trump, did all of that they left us after. With thirteen million more Americans on food stamps eight, million more in poverty. When are they going to be held? The cattlemen's the mob ever going to tell you that story. So. Anyway. You know I remember what took president trump say the last time what have you got to lose which is a statement in and of itself in other words they come every two and every four years and ask for votes. Okay. Historically greater percentage of the African American community vote goes to the Democrats what have they done? Cities run by Liberal Democrats. For decades, they can't even provide basic wall order safety security I, e, the city of Atlanta New York City Chicago Seattle Portland. Los Angeles and San Francisco. Let's start there. I mean as you know the same Joe Biden appraise the former Klansman that that filibusters the civil rights. act. See also supported an anti busing amendment by the former Klansman. That's that's he who did all of this? He was worried about his children that if integration took place that they would grow up in a racial jungle, his words NBC News reported on it lies about marching in the civil rights protests lies about the N. double ACP supporting him. He's the one with the Crime Bill Ninety, three referring. To inner city youth this predators that's him said brags well, my state was a slave state what the hell does that mean I mean it's unbelievable. The comment. You know what did he say at the time? He said whatever, I mean this guy. You know you you ain't black. I mean we where does this all come from? You know poor kids Just as smart as white kids. Book Guy that you know again like. Every two and four years they're gonNA put you all back in chains. Wow said that too. Unbelievable. Barack Obama I mean you got the first. At the second or third. Now, the first sort of mainstream African American. Who is articulate and bright and clean, and a nice looking guy I mean that story book man alone they come on man. Loves the man thing. Can't can't go to a seven. Lever. Dunkin donuts have a slight Indian accent I'm not joking. Unbelievable. Magin if this was Donald J trump. I think the president is right. WHO DID THE CRIME BILL Criminal Justice reform was that Barack and Joe was it Donald Trump. was. President trump. WHO DID POLICE REFORM? Could have done police reform in eight years right after Ferguson after. After Baltimore after Cambridge now, they didn't do that. Donald Trump did it. WHO's committed more money for the longest period of time to historically black colleges That's Donald Trump. Not Barack Not Joe. UNBE who created opportunities zones from? Majority minority communities and see in the that's Donald. Trump. On top a record low unemployment record low unemployment. By the way, it was interesting to watch the. The Attorney General of the United States Bill Bar. Literally got stopped his motorcade. And got out of his car. And at a thank you, pro-police, rally. That's the ninety nine percent of brave men and women. That serve and protect their communities and risk their lives every day. Those. Are The people over two thousand injured fourteen dead with all the anarchy going on. Those are the ones we're watching being hit with bricks. And rocks and Molotov cocktails and canes and bottles. And hockey sticks now and I'm being blinded with lasers. Knives guns. All the cops attacked New York City. It's anarchy in the these cities. You you WanNa you WanNa believe the promise of Liberal Democrats and the green new deal. Everything's free everything's free. Everything's free free free. Okay. All the cities. That have been run by liberal democratic mayors for years all the blue states run by liberal democratic governors for years. Well how are they doing with law and order and safety and security now? Well, that's the number one responsibility. How are those same liberal cities doing with education? They usually have the worst record on the planet earth. They're failing our kids the most. Run by liberal. Democrats. For decades these things these issues law and order education, they are on the ballot. In Eighty, eight days. and. Sooner if you voting early, Hannity, dot com or election interaction map. Anyway, the attorney general saw this. and. He said You know you driving in Virginia Attorney General spots a group of people in front of a police precinct showing their support for our brave men and women. He AG tells his FBI security detail. Can we make quick U-TURN I to jump out and thank those people. Crowd was thrilled. Do. You hear the expression you know with the expression of support. This is awesome. One Guy said as the attorney general greeted each person and other women said, we love you. One of the pro police protests can be heard complementing the attorney general for his performance last week during the the total shift show the democratic. Led House Judiciary Committee clown show did a wonderful job on your testimony as another woman chimed in. Spectacular. I thought. A chuckle from bar. I mean, these are crazy times. And the mob and the media will never tell you the truth about any of this. It's sad. Now. You've got protesters police clashing again outside. Portland precinct the mayor there saying, please stop please stop. This is hurting is hurting Joe's reelection Joe's election chances. Like wow. Justice Department said federal agents to St Louis and Memphis. DHS chief detailing the attacks by writers law enforcement in Portland with sledgehammers and Now are being used. And he said these attacks on law enforcement in Portland are ongoing. Says, they saw rioters bring sophisticated weapons in Portland Portland police described front lines of the violent protests gone on now for what nearly two months. As this idiot Portland mayor up and the police chief you're attempting to commit murder. Think. seriously. President keeps begging them for help. Governor Camp and Georgia signed a new law to protect police and other first responders. Portland now records the deadliest month in nearly thirty in thirty years. He's surprised I'm not. Oregon Democrat wants to replace cops by using unarmed teams. Like funded via Medicaid hike. Okay. That's dumb. Milwaukee police chief demoted over tear gas use. He should sue because that was he was trained to use that to disperse crowds like every other police department. Portland Mayor condemns the rioters for attempting to commit murder Oh little late two months later. Rioters vandalized set fired at a Portland Police Association office. Yeah great job mayor doing great. All you liberal governors you're doing great to. Guess what you're. Now you're chasing citizens the hell out of your cities and your states. And if you're one of those people that are smart enough to get the hell out of there, don't bring your liberal policies with you and destroyed the red state the going to end up in that safer and as a better economy and lower taxes and less burdensome regulation. Biden flip flopped again. This time on defunding the police I don't want to defend the police I WANNA get police more money Okay. We change every hour of every day. Maybe doesn't remember what he said. The last hour I don't know it's pretty pathetic though by the way, the president is D h s the border wall is continuing tour sixty, five new miles a wall built. They expect well over four hundred miles by election day. It's a lot of new miles of wall and he didn't get any help from anybody in Congress on the Democratic side even though they supported it in the second term of. Obama and Biden. President announced he will signed executive orders to accelerate the economic recovery and he went on to say that when asked about the executive orders on that means basically I'm not waiting for Nancy and Chuck and they're insane demands for everything other than help for. People that still need help as a result of corona. Virus. I'm I'm just going to tell you. This is. You know by the way Newt Gingrich had some advice for the president. My opponent won't rule out raising taxes but I will. I think trump's a great position especially with the new information on the economy. The recovery is happening more quickly than I imagined it could happen good news for America good news for the country. Final Stage trials up as it relates to a vaccine per corona virus. By the way governor dewine, Ohio would reportedly tested positive. It was a false positive. So we'll see what happens there. The president is doubled down on what he's going to do with these executive orders because the Democrats playing politics is always. Pond departing the oval. Office I noticed my staff continue to work. Payroll tax cut eviction. Protections unemployment extensions, student loan repayment options. That's because they don't care the Democrats the plane politics. That's what they always do. That's who they are. That defines them. Gop Senators. Okay good for those that need unemployment as long as the economy's coming back look at these numbers today they're amazing. And thank God. Thank God. So that's that's pretty darn good. We can. We can have some good news for once. final stage trial testing for vaccines who would have ever thunk it. Just an eight short months from the first identified case on January twenty first travel ban. January thirty first. 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It's nuts anyway all the details on Hannity DOT COM by the way finally, the book is actually in real bookstores. Hopefully you're bookstores are open where where you happen to live this weekend if you're out in about anyway. So we have. A lot to discuss this this hour among which is this lawsuit we just eighty nine days yesterday to go you know to go against the NRA and the NRA. I can only imagine was ready to spend millions and millions of dollars because of their advocacy of the president who stand strong they said that strongest president ever as it relates to the Second Amendment, you only president by the way that ever went to a right to life rally not one other president of gone to one and that we've never had a better pre president better to the state of Israel religious. Freedom Than Donald, J trump anyway. So it comes out of nowhere and I'm thinking at a time where you're in the middle of a pandemic, and by the way I've got to imagine that there's going to be a lot of lawsuits filed based on the Executive Order of the Governor New York to send covid nineteen patients into nursing homes and into long term care facilities. We'll see and of course, we have all the violence in New York when the streets aren't safe and police are being attacked and a one year old child killed in a stroller outside of park in. Brooklyn New York I would think those might be the priority So the timing of this lawsuit of by the Attorney General of the State of New York is somewhat dubious to May WanNa play that and then I wanNA play. Of course, we know Joe Biden is four defunding the police he said so role reallocating let me get the correct and or re appropriating, and also that he's the guy that called the police saying that now become the. Enemy any picked as you know, what are you supposed to do if you're police like in Seattle the police chief saying we're not gonNA be there because the we've been literally put bad handcuffs put on us and we can't even use the traditional tools to disperse rioting crowds So I'M NOT GONNA put my officers in harm's way, and if you're a resident or a business owner, you PR-, you're pretty much on your own because that's what happened. Anyway. So what do you do while many has been gun buying at a record pace around this country since all the unrest started, and then of course, Joe Biden bragging yesterday is going to come and take your AK47. Ready. pledged that with his relationship with his guns are Beta Bozo. rourke hell. Yes. He said in that debate I'm coming to get your guns anyway. Let's play I the Attorney General in New York. And then we'll play Biden and Bozo improper expense documentation proper wage reporting improper income tax withholding failure to make required excise tax reporting and payments. Payments in excess of reasonable compensation to disqualified persons and waste of NRA assets amongst other offenses. For. These years of fraud and this conduct we are seeking? An order to dissolve the NRA in its entirety. To require Mr Lapierre Mr, Phillips Mr Powell, Mr Frazier to make full restitution for funds they unlawfully profited salaries they earned while employees. While, they earned while employees and pay penalties to remove Mr Lapeer and Mr Frazier from the NRA's leadership and to ensure none of the four for individual defendants can never again serve on the board of a charity. In New, York state it's clear that the NRA has been failing to carry out its stated mission for many many years and instead. As operated as a breeding ground for greed abuse and brazen. Illegality. We're GONNA take your Ar Fifteen AK47. Odd. To you this a nod last year saying. You're. GonNa. Take. Our with me. All right. There it is. Guns are joining us. Now we're GONNA keep for the hour. So he can get deep into this discussion John, Lott President Crime Prevention Research Center author of the new, book, Gun, Control Myths which was released in the early July at the Leo Terell, a Civil Rights Attorney This is two point. Oh Leo Terell and. Dimitri Penny is with us Thank you all for being with us Well, let me start with you John Lott. We've been spent a while since we've had you on, but this will now be like everything else. Every other position Biden is taking the most anti second amendment, President ever in history if he's ever elected. I agree with what you said earlier that this. So many things are on the ballot this year and I've never seen such an important election to determine whether or not people are going to be able to own privately owned guns in the future. I mean just look at the courts people talk about The number of judges that trump has confirmed and he's had two hundred judges on the federal courts, but he's just been able to bring the federal courts into rough balance. The Democrats control the Circuit Courts for twenty four states and the District of Columbia, which is considered the second most important. Court Republicans control it for twenty six but the thing is. The states that the Democrats control the circuit courts for they control a Lotta, those state governments they're passing one crazy gun control after another, and if you're going to want to have any hope with having California's gun control laws or New York's restrained. In any way you're GONNA have to have trump be there for another four years to hopefully begin to be you know get those courts under control right now the circuit courts there are approving the gun control laws no matter how restrictive they are for people living in those states. Leo Terell I had comrade to Blasi on my show once and I won't play it again. Now, played it a number of times and he comes into my studio is for arm. New York City police officers is now cut the budget by a billion dollars and got rid of the the street crime task force which was the most effective in terms of stopping crime in the streets of New York City and so I ask you you know you see this Rush to get firearms you hear Joe Biden say he's GonNa, get rid of them. You hear Baidoa Roar Kalua we're coming for your guns had a people then protect themselves. They're not gonNA have police departments, Seattle police chief say nope not going to be there. What what do people do I mean? How do you? How do you pursue happiness of you not safe? How do you protect yourself? You can't even while I was Leo Terell, one point I with these very strong Second Amendment I. AM. I. Believe has the right to bear arms. So this is something that is very, very important when you talk about Democratic cities, you know taking the taking guns away from law abiding citizen in city that are gained plague, and the Democrat ears are turning their back on on the Democratic Cities Law and order I'm telling you this is an assault on the second amendment that attorney general no questions politically motivated when she talks about the years of corruption the year, the corruption when the. NRA has been fighting to maintain second amendment right for every American. It really seems to me that the Democrats are trying to take away an issue from the NRA eat help trump. They are now trying to distract the key issue is in the Second Amendment is the only way to protect law-abiding citizens from the criminal. You know it's a little bit scary Sergeant Penny? I. Know You're running for the Congressional district number thirty in Texas I gotTa Tell You you're you're out there you've. been. Twenty one years as a police officer How is how I protect myself? I'm not depending on anybody a phone call by the time the phone call gets there. Even if it's the quickest response time in history, maybe I'll be over by the time the cops get here. Absolutely. That's why we WANNA encourage our residents to continue to purchase the gun and look as it's been around for a hundred and fifty three years. We can't forget then I've been a long time member of. I'M GONNA be new to add lifetime. But what I will tear you is they couldn't get the gun by going through formal amendment procedure to to to revise the constitution they couldn't do it that way. So instead they're gonNA try to use this legal process. So there's a New York attorney general location Jane She's been a longtime Democrat Democrat. So we know during their lesson cycle she's GONNA use every political will that she has to. Go after the these republican institutions or to go after Republican candidates that hurts candidate I, don't know anything about the NRA's finances. I don't know any I don't know a single thing about it, and by the way you said, you encourage citizens in where you are to get their own firearm I. I would also add to that whatever firearm you WanNa get, and I've been a marksman a pistol marksman on not a rifle marksman since I was. Eleven. Years Old ten eleven years old when I started taking lessons. My mom was a prison guard. Do they were guns in the house and they didn't have the fingerprints safes that open today so they wanted to make sure they're incorrigible ten-year-old adventurous son didn't take that gun and do something stupid So they taught me gun safety and brought me to the rain again and again and again and I. I was I was taught in gun safety from day one. So I urge people to get proper training with whatever they get. Older older, and that's I mean the time to learn how to use a gun is not when something happens. Oh, I just bought this gun. How does it work? Look. I've been police officers the twenty years here in Dallas since I've done this apartment, my baby, my kids are young adults now, but they were kids just all the time I've had a gun in every room in his house and my kids never even everyone thought of Nestle my guns I would take them to rain so they can understand how you guys just in case they had to. So look with this nonsense going on I want to be the first person to say right here right now I want to encourage the NRA pick up their their bags and move hitter to the State of Texas, we love to. Point out one of the things you mentioned the blouse with his security detail and that way they try to define the LAPD and guess what will exposed that the council president. She had a plea detail, twenty, four, seven until it was in the news at this you to get rid of it. So these Democrats talk one way, but they live another way they log security data love Lulu. Point. Eighty percent of the most recent Gallup poll of black support more police. So I mean it's a it's a it's a disconnect between the Democratic leadership and pizza lack lives matter in law and Order Body Democrats in Minneapolis where the city council voted unanimously to fund the Police Department whatever that's going to mean the city council. Also, it's also spending seven thousand dollars per week per city council member to have private arm security what a joke right? Crazy all right. Stay right there. We'll come back more with John Lott the Leo Terell Twitter Dmitri Penny running for the Congressional district thirty. Don't I meant to tell you Amazon today forty percent discount on live free or Die America in the world on the brink although Leo gets a Free Copy Leo's now mentioned it. So many times on the air makes me seem like a cheapskate friend? I'm not. 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That's all it is to make you feel better and make you understand more. About this, you know messed up elect electoral process sally that we have short segment here John Lott. You know studied guns more than anybody and you come under fire because you know your first big hit was more guns less crime. How is that true? Well, you know anybody who's read my academic work know that I think police are extremely important I think they're the single most important factor but. As has just been talked about police themselves understand even in normal times, they virtually always arrive on the crime scene after the crimes occurred the question what people do when they're having to confront Chroma by themselves and it's not rocket science just as you can make it riskier for criminals to commit crimes with higher rest rates, higher conviction rates you in that deters criminals, you can also make riskier. For. Criminals to commit crime by letting victims defend themselves Give simple fact here every place in the world that's banned either all guns or all handguns has seen murder rates go up you would think outta randomness. You'd get one time where they ban guns murder rates went down or at least stayed the same and there's a simple reason for this and that is when you ban guns it's. The. Most law abiding good citizens who bay the rules in turn in their guns and to the extent that you disarm law-abiding citizens relative to criminals. You actually make it easier for criminals to go and commit crimes, and the thing is if my research convinces me of anything, it's basically the most vulnerable people in society who benefit the most from owning guns. People are relatively weaker physically women the elderly. Listen they have no means to defend themselves but listen the good news is not rushing. You stay right there John Lott at the Leo Terell Twitter Sergeant Penny running for the Congressional district thirty in. DALLAS forty percent off on live free or die, which is pretty amazing. Week one very happy about that Hannity Dot, com, Amazon Dot com bookstores everywhere if you're out and about this weekend quick break, we'll come back your calls for our guest eight hundred, nine, four, one Sean Next I. Twenty Five till the top of the hour a very happy Amazon.com by the way for launch week. This is huge. They have a forty percent discount today which I was shocked about very happy though. bookstores everywhere if you out and about this weekend and we have an announcement on Monday about a bunch of fun things that we're doing. Hopefully, it won't be a part of anyway So we continue with our guest John Lott, Lee at the Leo Terell and Sergeant Dmitri Penny with us for the thirtieth Congressional district. Twenty one years on the job in Dallas go back to Joe Biden, and of course, the police become the enemy and Lauren Bogert who confronted Bozo. Hell No, you're not taking our guns after Bozo said Hell yes. We're coming to get take your gun listen. As surplus military equipment for law enforcement they don't need that last thing you need is an up armored Humvee coming into a neighborhood. It's like the military invading. Don't know anybody who become the enemies they're supposed to be texting these people. So my generic point is we agree that we can redirect some of funding. Yes. Absolutely. One of the things that we also need to be doing is fundamentally changing the way and pushing it for years changing the way we deal with our prison system. I am here to say, hell no, you're not. I have four children and five put zero one hundred pounds cannot really defend myself with a fist. I want to know how you're going to legislate that because a criminal by defense breaks the law. So all you're going to do is restrict law abiding citizens like myself Wow she's now running for Congress in in Colorado Let me go back at the Leo Terell now we're GonNa, take your calls the segment as well for the for our guest Leo you wanted to respond to that. Yeah. Amazing I've I'm a political nut I love politics and Joe. Biden used get permits police support from the Police Union. He's gone so far left. This is getting all the police support, Donald Trump police unions, and I'm listening to this tape and I'm saying this guy is not even. In control, the extremist have taken over his entire policy because they have they're basically attacking police officer. It's just shocking to hear this Bernie Sanders and Tika black lives matter has hijacked the Democratic Party and Joe Biden, no longer is a friend of police. It's amazing. All right. Let's get some calls in here because a lot of you have a lot of questions and for our guest. Let's first start with a tim in Ohio. Oh Tim. We're going to be paying close attention to the Buckeye state eighty eight days. Glad you're with us. You're on with John, Leo, and Dimitri. Thanks for calling. Sean Emburey, your program Leo Welcome to the welcome to the fights you know with all this. Stuff going on in the NRA and stuff i. was just wonder you know I'm hoping you could get me list of all those social workers that are just jumping out and volunteered to fill in the gap into the police won't go or to go. Right. You know it's interesting. You bring that up because in the same interview that you just played a clip from Sean There was another discussion where the journalists there was saying talking about the Atlanta shooting with the Brooks Guy and saying that. Wouldn't it be great if we could just replace the police officers with social workers and and buying agreed with them you know he was saying that if we could just have replaced the police doing the call with social workers, then there wouldn't have been a shooting there anybody who watched the video knows that the police behaved very courteously by the book that was there. The guy was a you know a head taller than either the police officers and probably hit at least seventy pounds on them and he attacked them. And despite them being very courteous and took the stun gun from one of them fired once was brought to fire the other one they officer shot him I'm not sure what anybody could have done, but the police officer was fired. And he faces felony charges for murder and faces the death penalty You know the thing is Biden thought it was a good idea of replacing the police officers with social workers there. What would a social worker have done in that situation? They're not trained to go and deal with somebody who's much stronger than them internally violence the. Elephant in the room is very simple. Find is not all there. He does not have mental alertness everyday he guests. So we're all pretending not not not fox SEAN, we're pretending that fighting is all there. He is not all their periods. All right. Thank you for the call to. Right Dmitry go ahead. No real real just real quick I wanna I wanNA appreciate the call for saying that because at the end of the day, these social workers are not equipped to go in and deal with these volatile behaviors of individuals. You have to have law enforcement to be able to counteract the these these behaviors in these communities. There's two thousand eight. There have been nearly. Four. Hundred thousand shooting shooting. Definitely, united. States more than. Three quarters of those incidents have been instances where the victim didn't have a gun would they were victimized by these criminals? So you gotTa if you start putting guns and people hand people can start defending themselves and that's one to be the biggest advocate for promoting more more citizens, owning guns and more officers being on the streets because we have to deal with this criminal elements and get back to some level of. This country. Back to the phones. Colorado we have important Senate Race Cory Gardner. We'll be watching Colorado. It's another state that could potentially be in play for the president I would hope Aaron and Colorado you are on with John Leo and Dimitri Glad you call. Yeah. Mine is about Emergency Services on the IRS we pay taxes for those services. Can we go to an opt out programme that way the people that don't want police to be funded. And then the government can't again take the money away from those services and reallocate it. The irs can tell you tell the police whose not paying for emergency services I want an opt out that way I can stay opted in to pay for police services well, well said Leo. I I. It's a novel idea we should explore that as a lawyer I'm listening to. It's very good but hey. We'll see what happens in this upcoming election. What are you? What's your take Dmitri? Look I I'm I'm I'm looking at this situation where I don't I don't know about anyone anyone out look I. I don't think anyone wants to opt out but look if they out of these liberal mayors and and and governors one thousand services. I thought other than sales, I say something these days and these. These that have allowed individuals to be victimized. I think that they have a real legal issue on the hand where where the the big people that have been victimized these communities should be following lawsuit against them against a local and state government because they fail to protect them, and every person has a right to the fourteenth amendment right to equal protection under the law and they are being victimized in their communities. We gotta find a way to get people to start fighting back using the just. Back to our phones, as we say, Hi to Rod the in Virginia Rodney, you're on with John. Leo and Dmitry Glad you called. Thanks for taking my call yes. You know I see a further slide into socialism all this turning to the government again. To to find answers for and I just want to I want to emphasize it I'd like to see the Republican Party emphasize that we are a nation of businesses and we can make businesses more relevant more benevolent more prevalent in the community where in high profile way well, people will stop turning to the government. Here's an example I teach in the inner city school I teach school and we've got kids doing auto mechanics. Who Don't know anything about industry for auto mechanics, they see themselves as wanting to become rap star artists or criminals or basketball players we're reaching out to we're reaching out the bubble Wallace of NAS car to come and help officiate NASCAR event with inner city kids and suburban kids a go kart race where you have cash prizes and all and get introduced to the NASCAR industry, which is a huge industry I get introduced. No. Kids they don't even know what NASCAR is. Let me tell every but I was a kid, all me and my friends we love cars just I mean I mean when I got my licenses the F- Freedom Day and then I got into fixing cars an awful lot of friends and we just did our best learn how to do tune-ups and breaks and you know. Starters and alternate it's nothing big. I didn't do trannier engine rebuilds but I learned a lot and I'm glad I did it's such a good idea and you know, I, think I think every kid would love loves cars specially fast cars cool. Cars I. Think we all love that anyway, let's get some response Let's see John. You. Haven't talked in a while. Look I. AM at a loss to understand why black vote for Democrats I mean you know you look at the schools, the failing schools in the inner cities who's being hurt by that and? Get rid of charter schools and he wants I, can I just finish a? You know he wants to get rid of charter schools. He wants to go in and voucher programs like the scholarship program in DC. But you know on the gun issue to what the other point I was. GonNa make earlier is that the other group people who benefit the most are the people who are most likely victims of violent crime and that overwhelmingly test be poor blacks who live high crime urban areas it would be great if the police could be there all the time, but the police can't be there. So the people. Who are most likely victims benefit the most but yet Democrats keep pushing for rules that make it costly for people to have guns in Washington dc where you have background checks on the private transfer is gonNa Cost One, hundred and twenty five dollars to do the background check. They may not stop Sean or myself or the other people on the phone here Leo or Dmitri but for blacks who need them the most one, hundred, twenty, five dollars maybe the difference between whether they can legally buy a gun to protect themselves and their families. So. I A. Democrat and former Democrat I could tell you why? Because there's poverty pimp in the black community there's the Al. Sharpton Jesse Jackson telling people you need you need the government and blacks have been conditioned I broke away from that mindset this year and telling people we need to educate them that there was an alternative but you're talking about fifty years of profiteering by the same people who are trying to help us. They're hurry up. These are the Prophet to your is gone on for fifty years. We got to change that Mindset Brian in Los Angeles that's at the Leo Tyrrell's home turf. Brian say had John Leo and Dmitry. Glad you called Sir. They tell us how you doing thanks Sean for taking my call. Hey I I just WANNA. Say there's an old fashioned saying out there. You know you have the freedom of choice, but you don't have a freedom of consequences and I think people need to reflect on that a little bit more and then the other question I had for you Sean 'cause I know you're a lawyer No actually I'm not a lawyer. Why would you and Salvino the two things you could say that a really insult me and Hannity. Me Congressman or lawyer that'll insult me. Sorry Leeann offense but I mean not. Listen I. Hired the I've let's see. Charles Harder as my lawyer I got Lynnwood as my lawyer I got Jaysekulow my lawyer David. LIMBAUGH A lot of lawyers in my life. Well there's a great maybe you can pass it onto them, Ken Day Su life matter. TEPA for actually kind of causing this and looting and all the you know the floss two fires talking about the group. Then there's a distinction, the group that chance you know, what do we want dead cops when we want them now and pigs in a blanket prime like Bacon and then the people that were peaceful. Black lives matter they're not associated with the group and I think in the distinction needs to be made Leo your thoughts. That's a good question I agree with your answer the question you can you anybody can say anybody as far as prevailing on that case no because you're blaming black lives, these extreme black lives for all the crime and going all the crime going on these democratic city, and there's a Lotta people responsible. So suing them yet when he not a chance but sean is right there were peaceful protesters but they were a criminal element out there who are attaching themselves to the peaceful protesting. That is another reason why I left the Democratic Party 'cause they wouldn't call him out. Way Let let me respond to that. Real quick. Sean. You Bet to Matrix ask yes. In theory you can because I told him back in twenty sixteen I'm not talking about suing individuals I'm talking about doing the actual onc- three organizations that exist that has organized. If you have these house parties were individuals are coming out and people get hurt at your hearts for at Your House party that has forty is your responsibility you allow before that's essentially what I'm saying about these organizers of black lives matter black lives matter movement who had have their own website that route can be liable. Happening by the way they made millions of dollars by the way. All right. Dmitry. twenty-one your Dallas police force running for the thirtieth. Congressional. District. In Dallas. John Lott President Crime Prevention Research. Center author of a New Book On control myths. Just released a month ago at the Leo. Terell. Two Point Oh on twitter. Anyway. Thank you all. Hope you have a great weekend. We appreciate you being with us eight hundred nine four one sean. If you WANNA be a part of the program as I mentioned David Limbaugh not only my attorney but for thirty years but a friend author in his own right columnist the column about Biden today, we'll get to that Don't forget live free or die now in bookstores everywhere today forty percent off on. Amazon. Dot Com very happy about that because I'm a smelly trump supporting. Walmart. Shopper and I like Wall Markers, you save money and you get every single thing you can imagine as their news roundup and information overload and thank you mazing week I've enjoyed all of these incredible events. We've had more announcements of things. We're doing next week on Monday on this program amazing stuff, and it's a lot of fun and connected with so many people on on these virtual events. Some of them, you know a million, two million people of viewing them and were were really excited about it. As we now enter these eighty eight days I. Think I'm going to do a lot more in terms of you know what? It's very easy to connect with people easier than ever and you know, maybe we'll do like a weekly twenty, twenty forum online and some weeks. Maybe we'll just take questions from all of you about the state of the race what's going on in your city, your state, and maybe we'll do to do I'm going to try and do as many as I can because it's I didn't realize how much fun it is number one and number two. just an opportunity to get out news information election information that the mob and the media will never give you. For example, I mean, this is now blown up and Biden's faces. You know as a whole history on this issue of race that we talk about imagine if Donald Trump supported the guy and praised the guy that literally was responsible for Filibuster in the nineteen, sixty, four civil rights act, and then of course, was against the sixty five voting rights act and then of course, joined with Biden joined with Robert the former Klansman. KKK Bird. As it relates to issues, involving segregation and integration of schools. Biden say not wanting his kids in in schools that will become a racial jungle, those his words. Imagine again, what if it was what Donald trump that said that I mean Biden literally supported the anti busing amendment to the federal bill he led the charge. NBC I've quoted a lot on an issue that kept black students away from the classrooms of white students and then more modern day stuff that he said, let's listen to some of his his. Hits if you will I, think the two party system although my democratic colleagues like say this, I think the two party system is good for the south in good for the. Good. For the black in the south. The onto living example I am an Akron. I'm a twenty, nine year old oddball. The only reason I was able to raise the money as I was able to have a national constituency to run for office because I was twenty nine, I'm like the token black, the token woman I was the token young person dramatic. What your intent there are going to be those who say it's a it's a segregated thing. It's a it's a question of race and that you have set back the movement. Of, desegregation schools, how would you answer? Do I answer? That is I predict that the young black leadership of America will overwhelming to decide with me. I predict that in nineteen eighty and eighty four, and my position will be totally vindicated by the sociologist and by civil rights after I come from that side of the track that's where I'm from I was a defense lawyer I handled civil rights cases I sat in on route forty. I. Mean I. I'm not from the other side of this and I happen to think that the one way to ensure that you set the civil rights movement in America further back is to continue to push bussey because it's a bankrate policy, it doesn't matter whether or not. They're the victims of society. The end result is about to knock my mother on the head with a lead pipe shoot my sister beat up my wife, take on my son. So I don't WanNa ask what made them do this they must be taken off the street we should focus on them now not out of a liberal instinct for love brother and humanity although I think that's a good instinct. But for simple pragmatic reasons if we don't. They will or portion of them will become the predators fifteen years from now. And Madam President we have predators on our streets guy concept of busing, which implicit in that concept is the question you just asked or the statement within the question you just asked that we are going to integrate people so that they all have the same access and they learn to grow up with one another and and and all the rest is a rejection of the whole movement of Black Pride on the Lai and my colleagues behind me revere the Senate. Robert C. Byrd elevated the Senate well, there was ever a senator. Who was the embodiment? Of his State. There's ever a senator. WHO IN FACT Reflected his stay. It was Robert. C. Byrd and Delaware. largest growth in population is Indian Americans. You cannot go to seven eleven had. Unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking? With northeastern liberal Joe Biden stand in the South bettern anybody else you know my state my state was a slave state. My state is a border state. My State is eighth largest black population in the country. Stream. Ticking Enright Free. That's a story. UNCHAIN Wall Street. Put you all back in chains is a long way until November we got more questions. You got more questions. I tell it. If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for mayor trump and you ain't black. High. News Roundup and information overload hour. We're joined now nationally syndicated columnists friend of Mine Turney of mine for many many years. And Author Best New York Times bestselling author in his own right many times over David Limbaugh with us as new column columns out how long in the media cover for Biden's racial gaffes before I asked that question. Thank you by the way for hosting the event with us of the virtual townhall online I can't believe how many people watched it and we're very. Grateful and you're great at it and I know I talk a lot. But you know right now I've got a lot to say with eighty eight days to go and your dear friend. So how long can the media cover for by thanking great to be on? It was a lot of fun last night for your Great Book I. Hope We talk about that in a minute but. I. Don't think that this can go on forever the he they're not. The public will not allow him to be in the basement throughout the election it's going to be who comes so obvious Cova, can only cover for so long plus he comes out and every time he comes out, he makes a gigantic mistake and he can't recover from these mistakes. The only thing is that the media can do its best to cover for him and make false excuses about what he's saying. But what he's saying is completely racist and he has a long history of racist comments. Trump has no history of racist comments and they twist things. Trump says, live overtly says racist things about Indians about blacks about Hispanics and the media doesn't care because they want to elect a leftist or a guy who can be manipulated by his puppet masters, and by the way Shawn, he will be manipulated by his puppet masters if he should be elected because he is mentally incompetent and getting worse every day. So whoever's running him and who's ever tried that hide him in the basement it's a horrifying thing because they will be pulling the strings, the people who are condoning it, but he's identifying who they are. He's already signed on. The Bolshevik, Bernie's economic plan a new green deal. He's trillions for that madness a Beta. Bozo. Hell. Yes. We're taking your guns as guns are in Pelosi and Schumer we already know we know who we know what the agenda is he stating it publicly and that's the problem. It's the most radical platform of any any quote mainstream, a party running for president ever in history. You know that's so true and you make that point in spades in your book. It's ironic that they almost nominated Biden by acclamation as you recall, he wasn't doing well in the primary many one I. Guess it was South Carolina North Carolina all of A. Sudden all the people started endorsing him. It was as if they had a star chamber meeting and said Look, we can't afford to be associated this clearly with Ao see in the squad and Bernie we have to put the face abide now there because at least he's perceived to be more of a moderate and now he's nominated by acclamation and he turns out and he's even coming right out front and adopting leftism in our face anyway. So if they did have a strategy to go more centrist he they totally failed and so I don't think people realize how America is still conservative ultimately it's still law and order and they're seeing These kinds of this kind of anarchy and chaos out in the street and the Democrats enabling it, I, think they have a lot to be fearful about especially, and by the way another thing that's great. This economies coming back who predicted, it would come back with a lot to lose by getting up going out on a limb trump trump said, it's gonNA come back when we reopened and they have tried their best to keep it from reopening and it's still the numbers are amazing. They're sounding good. By the way the press is trying to deny how good these figures are you excited about this comeback I listen I've got a went over. And great specificity in in details earlier in the program remarkable and yeah. We don't want to open schools at so funny because you know Cuomo, they're bleeding literally residents in New York state and city they're getting the hell out. I'll. I'll Cook you dinner. How buy you a drink? And then Cuomo comes out and the reason is people are leaving because they have pushed people out I mean there was a story out today moving experts say they've not been able to keep pace with the demands of people not just leaving leaving forever and a day after begging New York taxpayers come home well if he did by the drink and cooked you dinner you're going to be paying hundreds of thousands of dollars extra taxes. For the pleasure of living in that shift whole we said that not Adam Schiff. And that's true and what gets me about these numbers ten percent unemployment in relative terms has anybody made this point? This is like beyond full employment. When you consider the people I mean as a as a relative matter when you consider that so many people have taken themselves out of the public either afraid to go and rightfully. So in some cases the older people afraid to go out and the intermix, and yet we still got ten percent I guarantee twelve percent of the people voluntarily limited their economic activities and yeah, and and their their own employment, and yet we've got only ten percent on i. just think it's beyond belief how good that is considering what's Happening and how we're just on the upswing, we've just started that getting the economy going listen I think it's GonNa get better from here. So you know Biden is doing like baby step campaigning and this week spent a disaster the comments that he made about well, number one he's doubled down on amnesties doubled down on illegal immigrants getting free healthcare. He's doubled down on Bolshevik Bernie Nas's you know Bolshevik birdies, economics cs new green deal madness. He's doubled down on eliminating the lifeblood of our economy double down on raising taxes and then he got this other thing which is okay the ever so frail and weak looking Joe and he does look frail and weak I mean This is nothing like a traditional campaign and the rigors of which we I think we would have by now would have seen that he's just not up to the job but even poking his head out of his basement punk for a couple of hours here, and there is not working out well at all for him. No I it's. It's this cove it in a way is a double-edged sword that is. It's terribly hurt the economy and that hurts trump just looking political terms. It is what it is but on the other. And and and and also it keeps Biden shielded. It gives him an excuse to say in the basement. But what I find is is amazing is well, let me think make the other point the double edged sword part is set is created an atmosphere of despair and depression, and it was kind of provided kind of acted as kindling for these riots and these riots are going to redound to the detriment of the Democratic Party. So so on balance there in travel I don't care what anybody says and when we make another point, what is what? Can, you make the other point on the other side of the break we'll continue David limbaugh author commerce with US Eight, hundred, nine, four, one Sean toll-free telephone number. We'll get to your calls final half hour on this Friday eight days till Election Day free die now in bookstores finally as of Tuesday everywhere, and if you haven't picked up a copy, we have them online at Hannity, Dot Com and Amazon dot com all weekend Amazon discounting it at thirty four percent which I like a lot saving money is a good thing in my view. Who Continued David Limbaugh author columnist with us on the two thousand election again, thanks for the Virtual Town Hall that you gracious enough to host for for for our listeners and viewers and was a lot of fun. Let's talk about where do you think this ends up because you know what the polls have tightened all the swing states we saw that with Zoghbi earlier in the week, where do you see this race going? I of course, I'm scared to death that, and I'm always nervous when it comes to these elections and the stakes couldn't be higher. In fact, we either preserved America has founded our we don't, and we can see that with how radical the left has become and wanting to do such and same things as defined the police But it's because of that ultimately and because the Republican Party Republicans Conservatives, overwhelmingly support Donald Trump because he has an incredible record in every objective respect including handling the virus that you document in detail in your book that he had an incredible record before. The virus hit he handled the virus well, despite the fraudulent misrepresentations that the media has made about his coverage of it about his hand. Listen I, I think that you've nailed it. It's all on the ballot everything we liberty freedom capitalism versus the predictable failure of all things radical socialist David Limbaugh. Thanks so much your dear friend great columnist, great author, great writer and Thanks so much for being with us. Eight hundred nine four, one Sean toll-free telephone number live free or die week as we continue just go to Hannity Dot COM Amazon Dot Com finally, it's going to be in a bookstore if you're out and about your bookstores open, you happen to be be great if you can pick a copy up and share it with your liberal friends will continue I twenty five. Now until the top of the hour on this Friday what a great week, it's been Thanks for the amazing a launch live free or die American the world on the brink and I believe all of that is true. The biggest choice election tipping point election we'll ever have by the way not a good couple of weeks for Biden. And by the way, Amazon just discounted the book forty percent off if you're out and about now and maybe you get home, you can get a nice discount I. Love that also It's now finally in bookstores if you're also out and about this weekend, we have announcements on Monday. We'll bring you let me start with Biden I mean this positions these take what I've been saying we've never had a more extreme. What you know. A so-called mainstream that's not major political party that this radical and this is the week Biden talked about Oh undocumented immigrants should have subsidized healthcare and all abolish the filibuster If Republicans don't compromise after he said, he wouldn't do that and unlike african-amer the African American community the Latino community is diverse stupidity. You know you a black if you're considering voting for trump all things that he said, and then of course are are Joe Biden montage on issues involving race which all beyond just disturbing. I, gene. Robinson. I'm curious your take is on on Joe Biden's comments and yes. They may have been an artful, but it's the first time that the Democrats that I've heard a national democratic leader actually say what he's been saying Aaron let me start with you is a very insulting to Joe. Biden dispirited insult the black community in in these trying to make the point and maybe didn't make it as articulates he would have liked that I believe the point he's trying to. Make it most African Americans, overwhelmingly support Democrats, and if you travel the country and you go to Florida, for example, you have the Cuban American population or you might have a Puerto Rican population that has moved to Florida that has a different view than say a Latino in Nevada. Arizona. Is it disparaging and insulting with the former vice president said I think that that that is right. John that was maybe artful. Contrast the vice president was trying to make and then obviously saw President Donald trump seizing on that know that kind of in our full remark did present kind of an opening. For per president trump and Delaware. largest growth in population. Indian-americans. You cannot go to seven eleven. Unless you have a slight Indian accent. In. High. Much. Chance with a northeastern liberal Joe Biden Stan in the South Veterin- anybody else you don't know my state my state was a slave state. My state is a border state. My state is the eighth largest black population in the country got. SORT. Americans. Are Ticking, enright. Free. UNCHAIN Wall Street's. GonNa put you all back in chains. Yes, and by the way what you all know but most people don't know unlike the African American community with notable exceptions Latino community is incredibly diverse community. With. Incredibly. Different attitudes about different things you go to Florida. You find very different attitude about immigration in certain places than you do when you're in Arizona. So it's a very different a very diverse community should amend immigrants also be able to get subsidized healthcare if they are working in the United States of America and they are paying taxes, they should have access to healthcare they should have access to what everybody else has access to a should undocumented immigrants also be able to get subsidized healthcare if they are working in the United States of America. And they are paying taxes should have access to healthcare. They should have access to what everybody else has access to the way trump the way China will respond as one we gather the rest of the world that in fact, invasion and free and. Open Trade and making sure that we're in a position that the world's that we deal with who long way until November we got more questions. You've got more questions I. If you have a problem figuring out whether you're for mayor trump and you ain't black I mean think it all speaks for itself. He's speaking in his own words. All right on this, Friday? Let's. Get to our busy phones Let us say hi to Lisa. Marie is in new joys. What's up? Lisa Marie? How are you? Glad you called Hey Sean Hannity I may Lisa Marie. What's happening? Hi Everything's Okay I'm a recently retired schoolteacher and I'm calling about any teacher union or politician that that isn't fighting to return to the classroom because teachers are essential workers and. May I share something John Go ahead. Okay. So not too long ago I'm walking up and down the aisle as the students are doing their work and a third grade boy super quiet, really sweet little boy taps my arm he lifts up the bottom of the leg of his sweatpants. and. He shows me a Red Welt across his calf. He didn't say a word. He just went back to his work and it was heartbreaking Sean. So I called the office that day and Department of Children's services, correct? Yes. That's correct. they came they took him and his little brother out of that house. And they don't give you. You know like a updates on on the case. Oh, I didn't know what was going on about two weeks later in sure by the way you're agonizing. Choice that do the right thing or did I make a mistake? You know? I can imagine that, but if you see a wealth and I mean. I I don't even think you tell me if I'm wrong I bet you don't even have the flexibility to ask the child do you. Know. We I didn't even go to my straighter I I went right to the phone myself because I did not want to get caught up in anybody else's decision making process if you know what I mean So anyway. So a couple of weeks later. He walks in on I was the music future. So he walked into the music room bill smile on his face Sean gives me a quick. Hug doesn't say a word again and goes over to his feet and I came to find out they were placed with a grandparent. And what a difference? So my question is, then my heart is breaking because what's been happening and what will happen to children like this if we don't reopen these schools John. I don't know the answer I, don't know. And all I know is anecdotally I'm again, I'm not the scientists and I'm not the doctor here and you know corona is you know talking about. A real invisible enemy and it's very difficult and all the experts got it wrong and all the models were wrong. I look at all these twenty two countries that we've discussed and they're opening schools and they're doing it safely and so I'm not telling people what to do but you're talking about real challenges because real parents that don't have money. For baby sitters or Nannies or whatever you know all pair or whatever it happens to be I mean by the way the pair program is in existence because it's really really sorta like a a win win where kids get to experience the United States not kids but you know what I mean to me if you're twenty years old, you're a kid. And it doesn't cost a whole lot of money. So it makes it a lot more affordable for people and I know it's an option that that many parents us, but it's still cost. You know it's on some level money and some people just can't afford it because they're underwater anyway and not having to schools creates complications for parents that you know we can't even. Begin to to fathom, and then what usually ends up happening is parent can't quit. So the parents go to work and then the kids going to be you know at home and I know whenever I was home alone with my incorrigible friends me being incorrigible with them. You know we we always got in trouble now he played sports that kept us out of a lot of trouble, but our parents had no idea i. mean it's a very different world. You don't get off the school bus like I did when I was young and I'm gone and I'll see you you know when darkness they didn't know what my parents didn't know where I was there no idea even. Ask, why was you know if if I got in trouble and they found about found out about later I I got what was coming to me but this is a real problem in this day and age parents just can't do or raise their kids the same way. Now, my parents did at the way every parent did it back then very different time now when I got in trouble I got wacked with the belt and most of my friends did to it was it was common and frankly I deserved it and more every time I it didn't damage me I'm not that frail. Now, I myself I'd I never hit my kids I just took their stuff. You know from a very young age my kids love electronics they get in trouble I take their electron ix that simple it's not that complicated for me. So you know I don't know the answer, but you know it's sad that you have to make the report. You don't have any options and then you can't get any follow up and you care about your the Kids in your school it's hard by the way good teachers like yourself. Guess what you're a diamond in the rough you're a you're a rarity or you're a precious Jim in a sense that you know one good teacher can literally change kids lives and I just hate this unholy lines with teachers, unions and the democratic. Party I. Don't I don't think you can fix the public schools in these big cities. You know that's why I I was. Talking to Hughhewitt one of our events this week and a set up what I would propose is bypassing the Teacher's Union and come up with an amazing k through twelve education reading writing math stick to the basics, and if kids are not in schools that are educating them at the level they need than if you have a loving parent or loving grandparent or aunt or uncle or neighbor somebody that will grab a hold of these kids and. Spend the necessary time from kindergarten through twelfth grade and a foul this career curriculum that they're going to. They're going to as their act in their sat's when it's time for college but you gotTa Start Young you know when you have kids that can't read you know on a proficient level do math on the same level and we're spending more money than any other country in the industrialized world something radically wrong and these big cities have failed are. At a spectacular level, well, there are a national treasure and they're our future. So it's it's it's daunting what you're bringing up here but on the other hand I just gotTa say Lisa Marie. Thank you for all you do everyday. Well, thank you sean and you know the things that you're talking about are real and there's threats all over if you think about like the active shooter drills that we have when the students are a huddled in a corner of the room. I have the door lock, the sheets pulled keeping them calm and and I would tell them afterwards that if there was ever any real danger, I would put myself between you and the danger and sometimes saying that would be the only thing that would cause some of these children should be less anxious, and so we could get you know get on with the school day, and my point is there are teachers and coaches that have actually had to do that and have put. Themselves in harm's way and even lost their lives. We have mass shootings in this country, but we didn't shut the schools down for the mass shootings I. Mean I'm not saying that this isn't a threat to because this fire is a threat but I disagree one hundred percent that the answer is to close the School Sean you make a compelling case and You know we gotta learn what what countries do right and what we did wrong what Cuomo did and what the? Blah's you did was wrong Rhonda Santa Listen and Governor Abbot not perfect because the viruses of real vicious enemy. But they protected their elderly populations. Thank God and the president's travel ban. Thank God for that and subsequent travel bans and then of course, and of course, being attacked for it, and then the first quarantine of fifty sixty years anyway. Thank you. Lisa. Marie Jo and eligible known. Joe Joe for almost thirty years now joe L. J.. How are you? Sir? Sean I am doing great and I love I'm so fired up about your book. My goal is to make you the number one nonfiction bestselling book in history I'm telling everybody the Bible a boy. Easy with the pressure. Easy easy. 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Are You Really Safer Vaccinated?

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Are You Really Safer Vaccinated?

"Hello and welcome to another. Episode of baba prophecy. Four two day. Our the jump on today and give you some headlines shock and find anywhere else. And that's the main purpose of this episode in this program is to give you news in use that you're gonna find any else in the mainstream media so today i wanted to jump on and give us great headlines if you guys don't listen to a pastor shady for raw a holly holly recommends you guys check him out. He's back so his his Website is j. d. a. Farrag dot org that is f. a. r. a. g. jd a. r. ag dot org. So check that out so Listening to his program. Yesterday i'll learned some great stuff so What we've got Titled two day is gonna be what you need to know about the job in nineteen vaccine and the delta variant and are you really savor with the quote vaccine unquote or are you more at risk for death. The european news released an article It was on an autopsy of an individual that was vaccinated in dodd from covid. Nineteen and believe me guys. You're gonna wanna hear this song. I'm going to start with that Right off the bat in so we have here since first. Autopsy the coveting vaccinated patient funds every organ of body infested with spike proteins. So this was released on june the fourteenth of twenty twenty one and you can check out in the european union's time so let's jump right into that article it says Excuse me the first ever post mortem study of patient vaccinated against copa nineteen has revealed that viral are in a was found in every organ of the patient's body meaning that the vaccine is either ineffective Or the corona virus spreads faster in vaccinated individuals It continues and it says. The scientific report out of germany published by the international journal of infectious diseases in june. Examine the autopsy of an eighty six year old man who had received a single dose of the sars kobe to vaccine but died four weeks later to become infected with the virus by a nearby Says patient at a hospital so let me increase the yom blinds a bat so anyways says we report On an eighty six year old male resident of retirement home and received the vaccine against source kobe to past medical history including systematic Article hypertension which is high blood pressure. says chronic venus insufficiency dementia and prostate carcinoma. Says on january nine twenty twenty one in the mail received the the lipid nanoparticle formulated a nucleoside. Modified are in a vaccine be in t- sixteen to be to gives the dosage and all the good stuff in it says on that day and in the following two weeks he presented with no clinical symptoms. On day eighteen he was admitted to the hospital. For worsening diarrhea says he did not present with any clinical sign of the covenant teen oscillation. In specific setting did not occur laboratory. Testing reveal hopper chronic. Anemia increase creating serum levels of the antigen tests and paulie muris. A chain chain-reaction source code. Were negative they. Continue the says but the study knows that day. Twenty-five vaccinated patient had tested positive for covid nineteen presumably from a nearby. Kobe infected patient of the hospital room in died of kidney and respiratory failure the following day so it says the sars cov two spike protein were present in nearly all the vaccinated patients. Oregon's listen to that. That spike teeth protein was in. Everyone was in every organ of him so that was founded every was in summary. The results of our autopsy case impatient with him or a a vaccine confirmed the view that by first dose of vaccination against sars kobe to the immunity entity a already be induced while sterile immunity is not adequately developed says the city continue so in other words. Although the governor acting vaccine triggered an immune response within the body. it didn't appear to stop the spread of the virus and therefore the spread of harmful viral spike proteins throughout the body. This is just a more bombshell scientific evidence that the covid nineteen vaccine likely does more harm than good in may actually even accelerate the spread of the coronavirus so then he goes on to talk about which one was used and it was a father bio and take back sane. Which is the one that was used. So you guys can check that out of the european union times in so s coming out of european not hear listen united states. You're not gonna hear anything but biden going door to door having government employees. Knock on your door. if you're not vaccinated ask you why you haven't been vaccinated. Show me your papers. Remind you guys have anything Does me so other stuff is what she gusta. Listen to this now. This is cbs boston and it's about an unvaccinated student at exeter The against the prom there. was marked for contact tracing. But i want you to listen to how they remarked for contact tracing but before we get to that. Wouldn't you guys listen to this. This is an article to colorado herald. Now listen closely. Thousands of flights were cancelled as vaccinated pilots. Fall ill or die. So why do you think that. That's you know i don't know pertinent. Well listen these guys have all been vaccinated as you know these vaccines increase. The risk of blood clots in. What are you know. Politics risks primarily blood clots. Okay so does this make any sense you guys so check this out. So according to a twenty fourteen published a study published in the journal of thrombosis in he matosa hema status pilot suffer an increased risk of clotting issues due to frequent and prolonged air. Travel pilots are encouraged to be aware of signs of deep vein thrombosis including issues and take preventative measures such as a compression stockings and stretching of their legs during long flights so medical news today published a study on jeep. Fifteen twenty twenty one that showed an increased risk of blood clotting in low platelets and astrazeneca anti vaccine recipients some scientists some scientists hypothesize at since the the way in the shot causes a full body. Reaction was the vaccine comes into contact with playlets and saw the human body. The vaccine activates those places causing them to change shape and transmit chemical signals to the humane to the immune system those platelets thinned-out platelet factor four which is pm for which regulates blood clotting so. I'm going to increase the fond sadness article here so however in some people after some undetermined amount of time at at random. Pf four latches onto the vaccine in large complexities form. Says those complex are unknown of the human body interprets those clusters as threats thus immune cells in the body mistakingly attack of the fourth prohibiting them from preventing the problematic lot seen in some covid nineteen vaccine recipients polyps have an increased risk of covid of blood clot so cova team vaccine recipients have an increased risk of blood clots reuters. In fact checkers cannot hide the fact that an increased risk on top of an increase. Chris goes potentially a disaster but neither has any regard for human life or the truth as evidenced by the propaganda. They're currently creating by minute. Delta airlines now requires the covert. It vaccine for all new employees potentially putting delta employees at risk of blood clots and death. American airlines doesn't require the vaccine but gives it's employees one day off work fifty dollars for getting the vaccine. No mention of the inherent risk of four in non air employees. Let alone those who spend ample time in the clouds is ever made by delta or american so go figure they do not care if they do not They're pushing this agenda. I want you guys to pay attention. It's an agenda. It's a narrative they do not care about you He can check that. Article out at the colorado herald dot com and his title thousands of flights canceled as vaccinate employees or die I guess written herald staff so There you have that okay. So what i want to get to now is This is the cbs boston news. I wanna do this. Really quick gossip. She goes Just you know. Get a quick overview of what's actually going on so biden play discuss this unvaccinated students. Okay at this prom. And when she got to pay close attention on how they were marked for contact tracing arise. Let's go ahead and play. Vat perhaps let's see still working out kinks tonight. Some parents new hampshire are upset about how they're unvaccinated. Kids were treated at the prom. Students who haven't had the shot where mark to on their hands with a sharpie of school says it was for contact tracing. Wbz's mike cross is live in exeter tonight with the story mike. David parents are very upset. But they're worried to speak out so they're voicing their concerns through a local state representative they were horrified to be perfectly is with the exeter. High school students are upset with how the school did contact tracing during the senior prom. They want their voices to be heard and they're afraid to speak out. You see that state representative melissa. Litchfield says power started reaching out to her last weekend following the prom which was held the friday night outside under a tent at the high school. The school district says students who were not fully vaccinated or unable to show a vaccine card had a number written on their hand representative litchfield shared. These photos sent to her from parents. I just think that in this day and age probably wasn't the best choice of handle things simply because it's a matter of Share your papers and if you don't produce you're papers we're gonna brand you every few songs. The students were asked to raise their hands so it could be determined who they were dancing around. The district says this was all part of its contact tracing system exeter high school principal. Mike monaghan reports students and parents feedback has been positive. He says we hope the community will understand that while no model is perfect. This model let the students enjoy a close to normal and highly desired experience to cap off their senior year. That's the memory. We want to leave them with. Think again i think could have thought of an alternative or the district's contact tracing system. Is the talk around the small new hampshire town. You should know that you're vaccinated. Maybe they could have found a better way to do it. And at this point the district says there have been no reports of any cova cases from last week's prom reporting. Live in exeter tonight. I'm mike the cross. Wbz news so you guys can see what they're doing. I mean it's it's almost like nazi germany. There's no reason for that. There's absolutely no reason for that. And they had the pause during the dance to raise their hands so they could see who who they were dancing with guys. They have taken this way too far away too far but you can find a lot of these articles. Jd farrah dot org on his website and go to the bible prophecy Update and if you pull up the video you can click on resources The resource links you. Click on that. Resource leaked is to bring up all of these resources that he uses and so You can check it out. He's talking about Israel and what's going on in iran and russia and turkey. And what's going on if natalie bennett. He stakes israel's claim to the temple. Mount up that's going on right now. He wants more control over the temple. Mount so things are getting really intense over there In israel and in the middle east in if you read your bible you know that's where everything is centered around. So it's exciting tom. So going to throw this out there. Just really quick. Make a really quick. Update here is talking about K. h. o. n. to news on thursday june twenty-fourth four th hawaii's latest dot cluster tied to fate bait gatherings so stay. Stay abreast avila back guys. Because that's what's coming they're coming. They're targeting christians evangelical because the majority of us Rely on god. We put our faith in god not in a vaccine and not in the government. So they're coming to target us. I'm and you're just like yours says Hawaii news now february nineteenth state lord social gathering on war who a to blame for fifteen covid cases or just. I mean. They're just like you know bringing the narrative together on. They're setting the stage reuters on tuesday june twenty second philippines duarte threatens vaccine decliners with jail. Okay i'm serious this what's going on if you don't get the vaccine we're going to throw you in jail when the vaccine already proven to be deadly. I mean to some people this vaccine will kill you. Okay in another is is just a matter of time and that goes back to that Goes back to that autopsy if he if you looked into that autopsy. When they did that he only had one only had one vaccine one shot. Okay the pfizer. But when they did the autopsy debt spike protein was founded every organ of his body. That oughta tell. You spreads rapidly that that's that spike protein. It's not supposed to do that. But that's what they that's what a lot of the doctors have been talking about way back when and scientists were saying that was going to happen. That ios not going to know when to stop that that replication of that spike protein is not going to know when to stop and it's going to keep replicating replicating and that's what happened. That's when it's being proven to happen so on that eighty six year old man restless soul that they did the that did the autopsy on will. That's what it showed is that it had replicated through his body. So that was a concern but overall shutdown. Because yo- you christian donald know anything or anybody that had anything to go against the agenda the narrative they were shut down. And that's what's going on but the truth is the truth. You can't hide it eventually. Gonna come out so on magic page today. Tuesday june twenty second target evangelical to boost covid vaccine confidence as advocate. That's what they're going after. Npr on wednesday june authorities at a pandemic of unvaccinated people as delta variance spreads rapidly You know actually it's actually been proven That more people are dying. That have been beck's innate at so it shows like right now that the people who have been vaccinated or dying okay S what they were. That's what the scientists had tried to tell people before and these doctors had tried to tell people before before they were shut down and you know take it off of youtube had their web. Page down there. You know what i mean. They had their losses this ridiculous. But that's what they're trying to tell. People warn people. What could possibly happen while it's happening now and so just to be you just to be aware And so that's what they're saying pandemic of unvaccinated people really a pandemic showing that. There's more people dying that had been vaccinated so just pay attention you know. Try to get your news and some other places so a wanted just to go over here real quick and check out em jan more kills pay jerkers you know she's got some great headlines They always do and there. You never know what you're gonna fund and she's always got great stuff so we're going to run out there in so tall. Pylons day are six hundred reveal that we are back in the nineteen thirties nets. Oliver melnik should check that out. Another headline here is here. we go. Scientists claim lambda vary may be resistant to kobe. Nineteen vaccines gather setting people up. They're setting up their agenda says scientists are now claiming lambda variant may be resistant to covid nineteen vaccines a lambda variant which reportedly originated in peru. Last summer is all of a sudden a concern to scientists who say mutations could be resistant to covid nineteen vaccines or kobe. Vaccines abidance quote word. Salads or intolerable and dangerous. Joe biden this wmd. Joe biden is not cognitively suitable for the president's the other not by a long shot last week he had several moments in which despite the use of teleprompters notes in coaching. It was obviously to anyone that he was confused. this has become a familiar pattern. And it really is. He doesn't i mean right now. Russia and china are probably planning planning attacks on the usa and one of them had actually said that china actually said it will be like a pearl harbor. But it'll be way worse so we need to be. We need to be on guard. Need to be praying for our country. Praying first safety Always pray psalm. Ninety one Best my favorite song to pray for safety us as prager. New religion of fiercest safely says safety is more important than and liberty. As harvard's daily a close encounter the fake con rapture ready and that was written by edward. Check that one out. Lots of great articles. Lots great articles. Go out and check us. Supreme court strikes a major blow for election integrity. God help us us. As white house biden would certainly support states reimposing corona virus restrictions. Military member. say they'll quit if army mandates code that team vaccine Goes on and on. These are the thomas and this is a written by lindsay. But i know he says. But i do know that things could fall. Apart in short order of the moral foundation of the world's leading nation has in only a few decades been largely abandoned other resulting chaos prepares the whole world to follow and across and the false prophet definitely. Check that out. Because our society worships technology honors blast me rejects is true that is posted in The how how lindsay report definitely check. Then you can find these headlines in rss feed of olive tree. Abused dot org. That's olive tree. Views dot org deathly gothard. Show jan marquel. Some love now has several women on. Us soccer team turn away from us. Flag is ninety eight year old veteran plays national anthem. I'll tell you what. I'm gonna watch women's soccer for that reason in that whole fiasco that other Chick that was on there. This terrible auto wash that. Like i always say if you don't like the candidate once you go somewhere else go somewhere else go to russia. Get the hell out of here. If you do not want to be here so i get to say the raptures real jonathan brittany. That's in ready Check that goes up. Poll funds only about a third of young adults are proud to be american. This is what's going on. Franklin graham disappointing a us to add third gender option to american passports people. We have gone nuts. We live in a world right now. That's upside down and inside out. The bible told us what happened. You know evil be good evil in. It's happening Harbingers daily that when a man wednesday women's beauty pageant. What does god thank. David furioso He is a loved read. His article is always pretty much spot on another article. A prophecy news watches as americans party. I in our enemies or preparing for military confrontation. That's what's going on. China in russia or preparing to come after us in the truth folks In the christian post um there's a woke ism as far more dangerous than secularism and is the thomas hand thus jerry james They can find that in the headlines as well facebook now sending messages that this is. This is important guys. Listen to this. Facebook is now sending messages to some users asking about potentially extremist friends. A facebook spokesperson confirmed to the epoch. Tom's on july the first of the company is currently running the warnings as a test to some users. This test is part of our larger work to assess ways to provide resources and support to people on facebook who may have engaged with or were exposed extremist content or may know someone who is at risk. We all know what that means. Anybody goes against the government Anybody that goes against big pharma. Anybody goes against big tech by. That's pretty much a christian or patriot That's what's coming after. But you know you can be in his llamas. Hate is You could be you know Anyway that's a major care less that she could. You know attack Cities and you could go after police and you can be part of an tayfun all this other garbage open. That's fine that's fine. No problems there folks. No problem sir. Nothing to see here nothing to see here. But oh my god. If you're a patriot nor christian will we want to know about your extremists friends. talker says if you don't let dims destroy suburbs. You're a bigot That is on. Cns news check that out. So lots and lots of laws of great headlines. I'm fauci a bureaucratic demigods accountable to no one has gaza nut job. I'm not kidding. You i did the program. How gosh episode. Maybe like two months ago About what he did with rats and what he is an absolute evil disgusting little man I won't even go into because the absolutely made me sick but you could research that it's a few months ago Fox news cuts trump border. Visit feed after. He starts talking about the election yet critical race theory. Civil rights upside down Lots of great headlines. Gaza the ongoing horror show. That is the biden presidency. That's david limbaugh bike. And check that out on debbie indie so guys real quick. I just jump online. Just do quick run through and what all was going on with the headlines and everything that's going on in the world today what you need to be aware of like. I said if you haven't got that vaccine Would do ton over research before he did. And i'm not talking your mainstream media research talking actual research from actual scientific enroll medical doctor so anyway guys with that. I'm going to get off a here A hope you a fantastic wonderful day And you know think. I think tom's are short. And you know. I'll tell you i think we need to be holding our heads up hobby As i think the lord. Jesus is getting ready to call his church home. It's getting closer every single day. And i just pray like today could be the day that he calls us all home and what a wonderful day that will be when he calls his home but until then we are to fight the good fight and we are to proclaim jesus christ until he comes so with that folks get in the word word. Get into you. That's my spill and merrill anathema lord. Jesus maranatha come lord jesus.

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9-20-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 1

Mike Gallagher Podcast

37:39 min | 10 hrs ago

9-20-21 The Mike Gallagher Show Hour 1

"Portions of the following program. Make prerecorded at your health. This is your source for breaking news and what to make of it. All this. he's a mike gallagher. Show i do not want to give an inch when it comes to any more kobe. Mandates if this president has the ability to mandate vaccines what powers. Do we not grant this. President scared democrats just as much as it scares republicans. I think he's got a pretty big credibility crisis on his hands. Because all of these problems showed up after he said something. Exact opposite from the relief factor dot com studio. Here's mike gallagher. Well here we go into another week. The week of september twentieth. Twenty twenty one lot of -hension lot of anxiety a lot of good news a thankfully the parliamentarian shot down the by administrations despicable effort to provide a path to citizenship to illegals as part of their three point five trillion dollar infrastructure plan infrastructure human infrastructure says jerry nadler parliamentarian said nope the senate parliamentarian ruled. Yesterday this is a big win for anybody who is disgusted by the thousands and thousands of illegals who are gathered under bridges in del rio texas. Now we've got an influx of haitian illegals and this is a major blow to these crazy lunatic democrats who wanted to provide illegal illegals with legal citizenship using reconciliations that would've allowed them to pass politically it immigration changes with only fifty votes as opposed to the usual sixty. The parliamentary the parliamentarian ruled changing the law to clear the way to legal permanent resident status is tremendous and enduring policy. Change the dwarfs its budgetary impact. You know as a look at the thousands of illegals who are camped out under these bridges. There's what estimate fifteen thousand and the bites administration deported three hundred of them. Wow three hundred deportations. And there's thousands and thousands of of these illegals who are under this. Under the in in del rio texas the administration supposedly is going to start deporting. More wonder how many of these haitians have covert. I wonder how many of these haitians have cove it. I mean a a pretty strong segment of the illegals from mexico had covert. We know that we've got data on that. We have any data on how many colvin positive haitian illegals are coming into the united states. Speaking of koga re this batman. And this'll be a tough one this is going to be a toughie and i'll get shutdown if the right people are listening to me but i gotta say it anyway. Let me ask you this. Have you read about israel. Have you been following. What's happened in israel. Eighty percent vaccination rate pretty big deal. It's pretty cool. News eighty percent. Why don't they have a problem in israel. I was just talking to some people in the hallway before i came into the studio and we were all like chatting about the problem in israel. Icu beds are near capacity. They're having the same debate over there that we have here. There's anti vaxxers. There are people who don't believe in the efficacy of the vaccine when you hear that a country is eighty percent vaccinated and there is still a covert crisis in that country. What does that tell you. what does that. What does that say to you. What does that mean. I think there's only one conclusion. But i'll let you start. I mean the answer. I got to the hallway a few minutes ago as somebody sort of you know nervously burst out in laughter was obviously the vaccines. Don't do what they say they're supposed to do. I'm not an anti vector. I'm got a book test this week with my doctor. And he's all about maybe getting a booster. If i want it. I've had the johnson and johnson vaccine. I'm taking ivermectin every week as prescribed by my physician. I'm taking some normal precautions because over and over again we keep hearing that we have got a long way to go before we even get close to get this thing under control all right simple question. If an entire country has eighty percent of its people vaccinated and there is still a covert problem. Well what does that tell you about the efficiency of the vaccine and now maybe it has to do with israel. I don't know what they what exactly what kind they've got. I was reading over the weekend. Got the pfizer astrazeneca. I mean maybe somebody who's got more information about israel would like to call because from where i sit. That would be a worthwhile conversation to have one eight hundred six. Five five mike. We're in the relief factor dot com studios for monday. We've got a lot a lot of breaking news horrible story at this poor girl. That fox news has been all over the this missing young woman. Her body was found. The boyfriend has missing. It's one of those peculiar stories. Where for some reason. Some media outlets love that story. And they're all over it. It's just a heartbreaking story. It seems like it's pretty clear that what seems to have happened but who knows feel it feels like the whole country has been kind of following the progress of this This poor poor girl gabby patino. We got political breaking news. Got reconciliate are. We got the budget news coming up. We got all kinds of stuff coming up. But i want to focus on this just a few minutes as we kick things off it when you hear me. Report accurately and this is a fact that israel has an eighty percent vaccination rate or better and they still have a problem. What do you say to that one. Eight hundred six. Five five mike. We have one open phone line. I hope you'll join us right now. Eight hundred six five five six four five three your voice your call your perspective coming up. I am glad you're with us ticks. The show on the mypillow text line. One eight hundred. Six five five mike among lab I'll bet you've seen pete and paul on the tv the father and son owners of relief factor boyer. They great guys. They have a heart for the hurting. They just wanna get out of pain. They also do a whole lot of things behind the scenes that you'll never hear of in fact let me share with you a little secret. The one thousand nine hundred ninety five quick start that i always tell you about where you could try the product. The one hundred percent drugfree relief factor for three weeks for nineteen ninety-five. They lose money on that deal. But they know you're probably gonna keep ordering because it does work and they want to prove it to you. Relief factor is made from wild caught fish oils and botanical. That goes to work on the inflammation that causes back pain or neck pain or hip pain pain from a workout at the gym. I want you to try. Go to relieffactor dot com. If it doesn't work you notify them after three weeks. And you're out twenty bucks. But if it does consider what life could be. Life could be like pain free relieffactor dot com relieffactor dot com or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty. Four for relief factor. Young gallagher for a complete list of everything. The biden administration has done. Well okay. that's it for today. The list will be replayed tomorrow. Have a good day. Real giving a booster shot after the initial shock for coverted. They're now giving a second booster shot. I'll give you this proposed question. We've had a flu vaccination for nine years yet. We still have a flu season. Why is that fair enough. We get the flu shot but people still get the flu. Got the kovic vaccination. People are going to still get good all these people who are getting these breakthrough infections. Chris rock the famous comedian. He's got kovin. He was fully vaccinated. Laura lunar who is the firebrand conservative big activist political candidate. She evidently was saying she hoped she got cove it because she wanted to. Kinda show that. It wasn't as bad as the flu and she kind of made some. She's very very staunchly. Provocative on the issue governed. Now she is asking for people to pray for her as she is evidently been very very sick with covert. So i mean. Here's the headline out of newsweek. Israel's grim cova data cova case data from israel's suggests that vaccine vaccination alone is not enough to completely halt. The pandemic experts have told newsweek. Scientists around the world have been closely watching israel to see how vaccinations could affect the pandemic. Because after all that's what we were told vaccines would solve this. Israel launched a rapid vaccination campaign in december twenty twenty there now at almost eighty percent or over yet. Israel currently has one of the worst rates of biweekly cova cases per million in the world was tell you dwayne start with you. Hey dwayne welcome to the mike gallagher. Show well i'll tell you what it tells me. Is that while the vaccine. That we have was as was extremely effective. Initially you see the vaccines cannot keep up with the mutations And the mutations are causing these problems and the people that are unbalanced native cause even more problems with this. i mean. it's no different than our flu shot. You know you're gonna get the flu shot but you'll how is this stuff mutating from the time. It goes from manufacturer in your arm right to their kind of piles up you've got the delta variant on top of people unvaccinated and it's just kind of piles piles on his truly does pile aren't quite honestly. What would i hear last week. Is there another mutation. They found in california you there. There's the mu variation now the mmu so here. We go go ahead but again social responsibility one of the things that seems to be really missing in this country over the last x number of years is the idea that quite frankly you do something for the greater good. We have ever eliminated polio. If everybody had the attitude they have today. Probably not so when you look at this. It's it's part your deal even if it's partially going to be able to knock down the delta variants that doesn't mean you don't take the darn thing. 'cause the question is what impact you have on others. That are frankly more susceptible rainless other say. Appreciate the call steve. europe pay. Steve what do you think. Yeah i think that this is not new because You gotta remember that fighter Madonna had ninety five percents effective rates. J. j. had eighty five percent effective rates that means in our country with vaccinated population. And we'll still have about ten million people getting cove it that are vaccinated so when you hear these Case numbers are irrelevant. Because there are different sorta case. They're not near as serious a somebody who's been vaccinated and it really needs to be part of the reporting that yes. This is exactly how the vaccines are supposed to work. This is not new. I think there was an expectation that the vaccines would somehow be this magic bullet that we were getting. We're gonna we're gonna end this pandemic once. We got vaccinated. And it's just not so. And if you look at israel as a model think about what it would be like. If the if the united states had an eighty percent vaccination rate we'd be popping champagne corks in saying that we've beat this and yet evidently if israel is any indicator of what that would look like for us we would still be in a mess. We would still be in a mess. Eight hundred six five five mike. Thanks susan europe. Hey susan how are you good. Thanks i think the answer. Israel is one of two things either the test. That says the person's positives bogus or vaccine. Serra is is a placebo. They both can't be right or the other caller said is true that it's still you're still going to have breakthrough cases of people were vaccinated and this delta variant has sort of rendered the vaccine that not nearly as as potent as as was i doing porn could be. I mean listen. I don't blame you. i don't i mean it's it's hard to find fault with anybody who questions the reporting because the reporting has been all over the map in fact we'll share some of that with you also coming up. A professor at virginia tech apologizes to her students. Wait till you hear what. She's apologizing for that immoral ahead on this a busy monday. I'm glad you're here. Eight hundred six five five mike. In the relief factor dot com studios for monday. September temer twentieth. Glad you're here. You see it at the pump. 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Savings text mike to forty seven forty seven forty seven to claim your free no obligation info kid on holding gold and silver in attack sheltered account. Texts might to forty seven forty seven forty seven. Take the first step in protecting your savings. Today mike gallagher show. Let's remember that the politicization of started back in the presidential campaign and it was started by my spurs in harris. Who said that. I will not take vaccine. That's approved by trump or by trump's regulators. That puts us in a totally different area. That allowed it to be politicized and that puts the station is continuing now in the relieffactor dot com studios. Here's mike standing to note what the media doesn't ask. We know what they do. Ask but what about what they don't ask have. You noticed. for example you hear very little conversation about how they're thousands of haitians along the us mexico border. I mean del. Rio is in texas right. This is the us mexican border thousands and thousands of haitians haitian illegals mainstream likes to call the migrants. They're just looking for a better life. How they get their. Who brought them there. Who paid for that. How does that work. And you know. It is a nightmare. It's a total nightmare bite administration. I mean this has been a disaster across the board and yet americans are still rugged and and spirited and optimistic. there's the coolest thing i there is a game. The florida gators have a tradition and they may not have beat alabama but the crowd did something that i think has taken on a whole new meaning. College football all over the all over the country. Saturday stadiums packed full of people a lot of blank. Joe biden chance. People are very unhappy about the direction of our country under this by administration and his approval rating continues to drop no way around it. He's off riding his biped not answering any questions at rehoboth beach and listened to the to the fans in the stands. This is tom. Petty song ride eric won't-back-down and this is a huge huge message to the beast. The media machine the academics. Hollywood who watched the last night. Who cares the intelligencia the new york times. Listen to a message. From the american people represented by a very very impressive mass. Sing along from the florida gators. Wow does that not give you chills. Tens of thousands of people enthusiastically saying. Stand your ground. I won't back down now. I get i guess. A football tradition for the florida gators. That takes on new meaning. Now doesn't it. That's got a whole different meaning today when we consider what we're being put through by this by this government and by this by these lunatics inmates running the asylum. Can you imagine the audacity of trying to push through making illegals give them residency and give them a pathway to citizenship citizenship. As part of a three point five trillion dollar infrastructure plan. Are you kidding me. I think it was david limbaugh. Who tweeted out the only thing. That's more audacious than this. I mean first of all it's it's beyond comprehension that they were doing it in the first place o and a quick update from over the weekend there were a few dozen people who gathered at the us capitol for the justice for j. Six rally. the tr- the trouble with the way. The media covered that in the way they had more reporters cops there than protesters. The protest is based in asking a pretty simple and profound question. How long are you going to keep somebody in jail on a trespassing church. How long are you going to keep. People locked up. And there are still people in jail as result january. 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This thursday at the grand hyatt tampa bay the answer tampa dot com nineteen minutes before the hour here in the relieffactor dot com studios. Lots of questions about the the vaccine. Lots of questions about where we're going. Dr francis collins was on with chris wallace yesterday on fox news. Sunday had a pretty interesting thing to say about authoritative statements. Now i immediately thought of people. Like cuomo gretchen. Whitmer gavin newsom. Because there's just no question that the tyrannical impulses have been realized by a lot of major democrats. Listen what francis collins from the nih said to chris about well his view of authoritative statements. We'll have to see what they say ultimately about the youngest individuals because of concerns about benefits and risks. But i will be surprised. Boosters are not recommended for people under sixty five going forward in the next few weeks. But we'll wait and see you know chris. What you're seeing here is science playing out in a very transparent way. This is the way it ought to be a little trouble. That people are complaining that the process isn't working for them. The process is to look at the data. Have the experts considerate and then make their best judgment. At that point recognizing the judgments may chain if people want an absolutely authoritative statement about. Here's the right answer. Well that's not. What our country is all about moved to china. You'll get it there now. That could be interpreted in a variety of ways. Perhaps he's simply saying we're sort of making this up as we go. We admitted we're not going to give authoritative savings. that's how i read it. I mean listen here was fouled she with with Cnn's jake tapper over the weekend. Tapper seemed to be grilling dr About going back and forth biden was all set to go with booster shots as of today for all of us and the fda came in and said not nope nope only sixty five or older. And only if you have. You are extremely vulnerable again. Major confusion very very complicated. So here's jake tapper pressing About this flip-flop because you've got one day fouled. She's saying we're ready to go with boosters than the fda says not so fast listen to foul. She tried to tap dance his way out of this one on wednesday. You said in interview quote if they say we don't think there's enough data to do a booster then so be it. I think that would be a mistake to be honest with you so on wednesday you said it would be a mistake so but now you're saying you don't think it was a mistake. No i mean. I you know what i was saying that mistake my own personal looking at this again just because i look at data and say i would do it this way. That's the reason why we have qualified groups of people who together as a committee examined all the data and make a decision. So i have no problem at all with their decision. The thing that i'm saying is that data will continue to command. And i believe you're going to see an evolution of this process as we go on in the next several weeks to months. You've said there are indications that the vaccines lose effectiveness over time so you still believe that at some point the general public will need booster shots. Just the fda advisory committee is not there yet. Jake would i believe and again. This is my opinion as a scientist and a public health person that it is entirely conceivable and maybe likely that out ultimately when we look back on this the proper regimen for protection optimal protection and durability of protection would be more than just the prime and the boost followed by three to four weeks. Feted might actually entail a third boost that is entirely conceivable because remember remember jake when we did the initial studies. What we did was. We had a move very very quickly because we were dealing and still all with an emergency situation. Have you ever heard any more ridiculous in your life. You couldn't keep up with this. If there's somebody held a gun to your head. How are you supposed to keep up with that. How are you supposed to know. I mean even. Jake tapper from cnn. Here's cnn calling out. Fao chee wednesday. You said if the fda says no boosters. That's a mistake now. I'm all on board with the fda absolutely absurd absolutely ridiculous. we can't back down. We must not back down. Let's take a lead for all those thousands and thousands of fans at the florida game. That was such good news. And i love this. This ought to this ought to inspire you. May we all be florida right now. More coming up. Stay with us Dear the latest reporting and analysis on the big stories of the day other daybreak insider podcast. It's top notch reporting from pesaro news along with a sharpest insight. From hugh hewitt mike gallagher. Dennis prager sebastian gorka and the voices of townhall dot com. The daybreak insider podcast. Your first logged. Today's top stories available of apple. Podcast spotify google at salem podcast network dot com gallagher. What i wanna know is illegal coming across the border on vaccinated our problem that we are having such a spike and on all this stuff. All right thank you. There's no question in the mainstream media won't touch this. The beach won't touch the touch this issue. How many illegals are bringing cova to the united states. we're talking fifteen thousand of them. Many originally from haiti according to the wall street journal. Can somebody answer that question. How do i didn't do real well in geography in school. But i don't think haiti is near the. Us mexico border. How did fifteen thousand haitians show up in. Del rio texas as we know by now they formed a makeshift camp under a bridge while they wait to be processed with offense fence on one side and the rio grande on the other all enter the us illegally obviously and are expected to try to claim asylum in the us. Now biden is really. Put his foot of the fifteen thousand. They have flown. Three hundred. Back to haiti. Now that's quite a trip from del. Rio to haiti to porter port-au-prince from port au prince. Two del rio texas. What an insanity is diverted david. I'm going blind three here. I'm sorry david come on david. Figured tracy's having a bad day. How're you doing david. Yeah we're at. We are democratic penal colony. You know all you gotta do is put it beaver. Sign your name already. Passed or act in the voting. Come on now. The math doesn't take long sickness. Your krizner's send this year. Inflict that you empty the hospital you name it. Put him on the jet. Send them here put on a bus from the train. Put him on a c. Seventeen master i mean. Do the math. I know doesn't take long. Take chris steak right on l. along along with the blue states with all your code quackery which is already been weaponized but anyway what are you. What do you think democrats or anybody who voted for biden. 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The Rush Limbaugh Show Podcast - Apr 09 2021

The Rush Limbaugh Show

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The Rush Limbaugh Show Podcast - Apr 09 2021

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Join us listened to crime stories with nancy. grace on the iheartradio app. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Welcome to today's edition of the rush. Limbaugh show podcast. It is wonderful to be here. And it's incredible to watch the political drama playing out on the stage driven in large part by someone who clearly has no script. And that is what president. Joe biden vice-president kamala harris this pivot from what ought to be focused on the the notion that the border is in crisis over to gun control in the last twenty. Four hours has been well expected. I wouldn't want to be talking about the border in meltdown if i were Joe biden or kamala harris. But it's it's the week ham-handedness that we see from this administration as it relates to restricting your second amendment rights that continues to just absolutely blow my mind. Welcome to the rush limbaugh. show. I am brentwood. Erbil our phone number on this friday to have a conversation is eight hundred. Two eight two two eight two one eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two and be sure to check out rush. Limbaugh dot com for all the latest best content information analysis. You name it. It is all right there for you. We remember yesterday. The press conference with vice president kamala harris. Somebody who hasn't been seen in like twelve or thirteen days. She was tasked with becoming. The borders are never showed up for that job but she was there with the president. Joe biden announcing a new set of executive actions and legislative proposals on gun. Control saying that gun. Violence is a public health crisis. Among other things. Here's president biden. No amendment to the constitution is absolute. Can't yell crowd. You can't yell fire. In a crowded movie theater recall the freedom of speech from the very beginning. You couldn't own any weapon you wanted to own. From the very beginning of the second amendment existed. Certain people weren't allowed to have weapons so the idea is just bizarre to suggest that some of the things we're recommending or contrary to the constitution when he freelances on the big issues. It's not pretty. It's not pretty we can. Certainly you know. Hit him for for for transposing words. You can't yell. Crowded a fire theater. I'm sorry you can't yell fire in a crowded theatre all that sort of stuff but when he gets off the script he gets twisted up because he doesn't understand the fundamentals of the second amendment to the constitution the second amendment the sacred right of people to defend themselves and not from bad guys not from not from their neighbors Not not from a deer who might attack you not from people who may be looking on your property causing you to go out on your balcony and fire two rallies of shotgun blasts from the balcony which advised thirteen as vice president just in case the home had been breached by bad guys. Joe biden had to take that mossberg out there on the balcony and bust some caps in the air certainly a surprise to the secret service agents. No doubt but i digress. But it's not about that. It's about the constitution. This is not about whether any any right or freedom is is absolute. It's about what's written in the constitution and the founding fathers made it abundantly clear that they believed the american citizens. The american citizens in this republic had the right to defend themselves. In a variety of circumstances. James madison noted that the constitution preserves the advantage of being armed which americans possess over the people of almost every other nation where governments are afraid to trust the people with arms. That's federal number forty six. You can go on and on to leader after leader alexander hamilton of new york. If circumstances should at any time oblige the government to form an army of any magnitude that harmony can never be formidable to the liberties of the people while there is large a large body of citizens little if at all inferior to them and disciplined and the use of arms who stand ready to defend their rights and those of their federal of their fellow citizens. Federalists twenty nine alexander. Hamilton is the patron saint of the the the the far left. These founding fathers were held up as genius is when they were trying to impeach trump after he left office. I don't want to digress thomas paine. Pennsylvania aren't discouraged and keep the invader and plunderer in awe and preserve order in the world as well as property horrid mischief wouldn't sue were the law abiding deprived of the use of them that should be a billboard campaign that should be a t shirt that is being sold that should be at the top of everybody's twitter page thomas paine of pennsylvania thoughts on defensive war in seventeen seventy five arms discourage and keep the invader and plunderer in awe and preserve or in the world as well as property horrid mischief would ensue. Were the law abiding deprived of the use of them. Gee i can't think of any cities that are suffering the ravages of bad actors holding the people of those cities in mortal dread and fear back in march of twenty and eighteen former secretary of state condoleeza rice appeared on the view and the subject of gun control came up rush made mention of her appearance because she skewered the issue with a single story. Here's rush condoleeza rice on the second amendment. The whole of gun control came. Now when this subject comes up on the view you have to understand. These are brain dead on thinking robots that just utter and shout the dumbest stupidest. Left-wing talking points led by joy behar. And it's all steeped in hate so gun. Control comes up and the second amendment and trump and the nra and bihar and the rest of these gal. Just go off on the the usual talking points got to get rid of guns and condoleeza rice who's african american calmly sitting there said. Let me tell you why. I support the second amendment. And she told the story of her childhood in alabama. She lived on a cul de sac uncomfortable with other african american families and it was modest lower to middle class. Home and neighborhood is african. American neighborhood alabama and routinely. A chapter of the klan wouldn't either ride through on motorcycles or in their cars and taunt and threaten and intimidate basically herath. She said her dad. Every time it happened would grab his rifle and go out the front door and meet them on the street and fire his rifle in the air and they would leave and after a while they stopped coming back and there was dead silence on the set of the view. Maude bihar didn't have thing to say. The normally insane. Raucous audience was silent except for the smattering of applause. You could hear much like what you describe when she told schiff to do it or get off the pot and it was very powerful. Here's an african american woman who has been treated the way the media and the left-wing treated her when she was of state making aunt jemima jokes about her and all that and she maintained her dignity throughout all of it and she just tells a true story about how her dad used a gun to protect her and her family from the clinton and there was nothing more bay harkin sake and it was a perfect illustration of why people who obey the law. Want need and use guns. It was pure self-defense. But it was also making a statement. It was a deterrent. It was everything. Didn't have to shoot. Anybody just took the shotgun out. Didn't appear frightened in the face of the clan aimed a shotgun in the sky and fired until they left and if they hadn't had the gun who knows what the clan might have been emboldened to do anyway. There was nothing left. Could say and it was. It was just a perfect illustration. Here's a a woman of impeccable integrity who is not really known for being particularly partisan if he wanted to the truth. She's served in republican administrations. Do you know she's a member gusta national. She plays golf. She's a concert pianist truly accomplished woman. She's a proud member in good. Standing of the horatio alger society which is a group of people who honor others who come from literally nothing to become amazing successful contributing people and there was nothing they say there was no way to react to her story and a demeaning or criticize it or impugn. It was very very powerful thing. It's incredible to me to listen to that story. Condoleeza rice sharing her own personal while the phrase they would use today would be her personal truth sharing her personal truth the experience of her personal journey and it actually having that impact on on on the folks on the view including maude. It's also remarkable to me under so many circumstances when it looks it. Looks like the left. Can't go more. Bold can't go more wacko. Can't go more out there. The notion that you should not be allowed to defend yourself. The most ancient right a human being asked has to consistently and continuously be re justified re-explained and resubmitted for the approval of people. Who just don't get it back. During the ratification of the constitution in. Virginia patrick henry of virginia spoke and he'd issued a warning guard with jealous attention. The public liberty suspect anyone who approaches that jewel. I'm brett wearable your guide today on the rush limbaugh show and welcome back. It is the rush limbaugh show. I am twitter. Wibble your guide today on the program so we've got twin crises now emerging in front of us we've got a a crisis of our second amendment being laid siege to by the current administration The biden harris administration against that backdrop. We continue to see the siege taking place at the border with mexico. You know it's incredible to think about america's borders between canada and mexico Two of the twelve longest borders in the world are right here in the united states canada. Us is is the longest border in the world and the border with mexico. The united states is something like number eleven or twelve on that list and that border needs to be secured. That border needs to be guarded and the very opposite thing is happening. As a result of joe biden's executive orders signed in january. We watched in february one. Hundred thousand migrants were confronted at the border Many many more got in A regardless but this past month so the month were talking about would be march. Border officials encountered one hundred and seventy two thousand migrants at the border in march a seventy one percent increase from february and the latest indicator of the extent of the crisis at the southern border. But one that the biden image administration is trying to pin on the trump administration. Now for one hundred and seventy two thousand migrants being encountered the majority were single adults it included eighteen thousand eight hundred ninety unaccompanied children. That's a one hundred percent increase from the already high numbers encountered in february the highest number recorded ever in february. A hundred thousand migrants overall were encountered cbp custom's and border patrol has experienced an increase in these encounters. An arrests encounters have continued to increase since april of twenty twenty and the experiences that this will continue. The biden administration is failing in trying to handle this mess at the border. It's a fact the fact that it's not surprising it's predictable. Why because they opened the border and they encouraged people to come in. When you look at the numbers in terms of population it's shocking and seventy two thousand people just to give you a perspective on that very quickly. One hundred and seventy two thousand people. You're talking about a city. The size of salem oregon. That's a city. The size of oceanside. California rancho cucamonga california. These are large populations of people being encountered at the border and we don't know the number underneath that well. Russia has long been an advocate for legal immigration celebrated legal immigration. Here's a call. He took from illegal immigrants from el salvador. Who called into the program. Here is sandra in my ami. Your next it's great to have you with us. Hi then on earth I am a legal hispanic from thyolo central america where the ms thirteen gangs are coming eating. Because that's the word we had to use invading the usa because illegal immigration isn't invasion. There's nothing wrong with that. In my head was state communist. Cuba people had understand one thing. People don't know who are supporting socialism. How bad it is. They think is what the democrats are saying is wrong. I lived through a work. In salvador. As escape my husband has taken comey skew. We know what it is. How can people if people died in on. This is another interesting point. People who have come here. Legally from socialist enclaves around the world either the eastern bloc and asia or from cuba venezuela. They all know. Socialism is i want no part of it. They've escaped the united states is a panacea in his. A god bless salvation to them but we would make a mistake in assuming that the illegal immigrants that are being brought here as part of a political operation. Feel the same way. Maybe some of them do. I think the takeaway here is that. Of course people fled socialism communism to come to the united states understand. Exactly what's what and they want no part of the democrat party but they haven't wanted part of the democrat party and along sandra. When's the last time you voted democrat. Ever well see that's my point. But a lot of hispanics do a lot of hispanics and a lot of latinos and many of those who are coming here via illegal immigration which is a political operation. Folks let's pull the blinds back. This is all the political. Operation is designed to register voters. It's designed to create this permanent underclass. The democrat party needs and these people coming from existing socialist countries in central and south. America are not coming here. In the same way sandra did. They're not they're coming here for totally different reasons. My point is it would be a mistake to to assume well once sanders trying to point out. Is that that. She's she resents. The fact that every hispanic latino is considered a socialist and that's how the drive bys portraying all these drive by media is portraying every one of these people coming here illegally as some kind of a deserving victim of this country. And that's not how she views it. But the fact is that's who the democrats are finding. They're bringing people here for the express purpose of adding promoting the party agenda but it does illustrate calls like sandra's illustrate that the democrats don't own the hispanic vote. they don't own the latino. Vote it just. It's another daily drive by media myth that everybody has to seemingly tolerate. Thank you sandra. And the voting response in two thousand sixteen and into twenty twenty indicate that the people in communities along the border in the south west certainly in florida are not happy with these policies. That biden harris are championing. Nobody is clamoring for open borders. Nobody took to the streets to protest. And say please. Joe biden open. Those borders people were clamoring and protesting saying okay. Konomi open business backup. Let us go back to work. Let our children go back to school but you were told we were told no no no. That's the wrong position to take. You can't do that. It's going to be a long dark winter. That will go for months. And months and months people do not want their communities up rooted. They don't want their communities Burdened by unfunded federal mandates that are dropping off of people from other countries into the neighborhoods expecting that governors and mayors are going to have to deal with this and yet the biden administration continues to hide from this. Very scandal continues to hide from this very catastrophe and doesn't take any responsibility. For what say we get another. Press conference underway. Where president biden vice-president harris. Answer some real questions about some real issues like the border. Take some questions from reporters that want to know. What plan is not unreasonable. The rush limbaugh show on the eib. Now it's an incredible thing to watch what's played out just in the world of sports in the last four five years Abviously starting with the controversy surrounding the taking of the nearby by colin kaepernick. You watched rank hypocrisy. The nba found itself front and center in the midst of controversy involving the support of hong kong protesters and the desire by the by the nba to cozy up to communist china. We've even just watched. Obviously what's happened with rob manfred pulling the all star game out of atlanta there. There are stories. Plenty to go around in this regard and i wanna stay with the nba component. Though we can because i. i'm old enough to remember. Twenty nineteen when there was quite back and forth on whether or not you were We're going to see truth being spoken to power by the super woke league of the nba. Lebron james steve. Kerr gregg popovich adam. Silver the commissioner of that association of being honest about the human rights violations in china. That were going on in hong kong. Obviously going on as well Over in xinjiang. In the western part of china where the weaker population has been abused and oppressed. Well the nba that same nba. A holding talks with china central television about airing. It's coming season and as noted over. Just the news. Nicholas sherbourne We know that there are big questions out there. Floating around about the us based pro basketball league negotiating with the chinese communist party's state controlled broadcaster. The nba is tempting to cut a deal to air games on the same station. That regularly broadcasts communist propaganda and forced prisoner confessions so with the channel does. That's according to tennessee Senator marsha blackburn talking to the washington free beacon. The nba in recent years has obviously attempted to expand into china. The china The chinese market represents a massive opportunity for them the nba. commissioner adam. silver comes out and says our business is continuing there. We have hundreds of millions of fans in china. We see it as our business to serve those fans in china but to do that you need to go through the gatekeepers. The gatekeepers the cctv operators the communist china tv operators. I know they'll call it central china television but nonetheless. The argument is still the same so look to the nba. There's nothing wrong. And everything right about being on china central television in fact i wouldn't put it past the nba to have four teams travel to china to play in an nba nba game there and the next year or two the nba's trying to cut that deal trying to make sure this will happen. Well rush was abundantly. Clear in an incredible teachable moment warning of the dangers of the nba. Suck up to the chaika. I'll tell you what this chinese stuff folks let me take. This chinese stuff is a teachable moment. For a lot of reasons. you know. Millennials today are big into socialism. They think it's wonderful and great. Well here it is on display not only socialism but raw communism and display by the chai calms. You cannot descent. You have no civil liberties you have no opinion. You're not allowed. This is such a teachable. Moment what is happening here and it's gotten so obvious gated. Let's start at the beginning on this. I want to make an observation before. Starting at the beginning the beginning is the tweet that the general manager and a houston rockets sent out which was a totally harmless tweak showing support for freedom loving people in hong kong pursuing freedom and democracy and for that he was show lacked by the chai calms the hicom's in threatening nba and the nba originally buckled to it until they got the impression they were doing this all wrong and now they're trying to have it both ways but take a look at what's happening. I want to draw an analogy for you. We have the general manager of the houston rockets. Daryl morey on friday sending out a tweet that in the normal ebb and flow. Nobody should ever notice. It was just supporting the freedom loving democracy loving seekers kong who are being beaten up and threatened and imprisoned by the china comes so he sends out this tweet and all hell breaks loose half of the nba players. Come down on this guy. How dare you criticize the chinese. How dare you the nba executive punch. Their initial reaction was to come down on daryl morey. Who is the general manager of the houston rockets. Now what happened. The chai calms blew up. And why because the tchaykovsky do not permit sent the chicoms are. I don't care what anybody else thinks they aren't. They are first and foremost command and control. Communists there is no freedom. In communism there is no dissent in communism there is no individuality or sovereignty in communism. You are nothing. But a slave in communism and if you stray you will pay a price that may include costing you your life so here. We have on the big scheme in the big scheme of things a small and mile little tweet about hong kong and it has been turned into a gigantic and polarizing international. It's you another great lesson. Look at how quickly. The national basketball association instinctively decided to come down on the side of the communist chinese government and not the general manager of the houston rockets who simply tweeted a little message of support for the freedom fighters in hong kong. That's all it took to create this massive controversy well the nba preseason under raise a bunch of teams over there playing exhibition games. Chekhov's are threatening not to let the games go on. Lebron jan get lebron. James has been told. It's up to him to fix this. It's up to lebron. James is somehow bridge this controversy. The chinese love basketball. You know why. This is their short compared to nba players. They admire his cool and all the able to dunk. What have you other reasons too. It's intriguing sport for some people but The people of hong kong fighting a war against communism. There are some people who think that we're fighting the same battle here but our battle is not so much with the government yet but with individual leftists that run and have taken over institutions but the tchaikovsky shown. Everybody what they really are. They are dicta to'real they will shut down all dissent and they will do it with violence if they have to and that is what they really are. Then biden's out this chinese or not a problem. I've been there. I've made deals with them in my son. Oh wait no. they're not. They're not a threat they're not already come on man. The chinese are not our enemy so now the nba the commissioner adam. Silver kind of backtracking. Now i'm trying to show support for atom maury general manager houston rockets while trying not to take off the comms because and here come the usual complaints the book to money. They care more money to work it. didn't they do civil and human rights. What's remarkable to me about this. The situation with with china is i understand. You want to have as many people as you possibly can consume your product no matter what your product is if it's a chocolate bar if it's an a web browser if it's a phone of some kind whatever obviously any business wants to see that people are gonna be consuming. Their product makes sense from a business standpoint but never has it been so abundantly clear that there is there there are two tracks there are the track of the people who are in business with the nba. And everybody else. Who's left behind and for adam silver in the association to run interference for the chinese communist party and xi jinping and and and to look at the abuse of of muslims who are living in china to look at christians who are living in china to look at people who are currently locked up in china. Guys like jimmy lai A wealthy businessman very wealthy businessman who has been locked up for months and months and months because he dared to speak out in defense of hong kong. Which by the way when it comes to hong kong was an abrogation of the agreement between the united kingdom and china china's essentially saying we're not going to give it special status. We're just taking it and making it our own and doing crackdowns stands for liberty and freedom. We heard so much in the last years about what the statue of liberty means to the rest of the world yet. Somehow that message doesn't get through the haze of the dollars and sense and the one there with the communist party of china. Plenty more straight ahead. I'm bravo your guidepost. Today on the and welcome back to the rush. Limbaugh show brentwood. Roll your guide. Today on the eib network there's a tribute video program honoring rushlimbaugh. It's online now that you're gonna wanna watch. It's an hour. Long journey into the life of rush expertly narrated by catherine limbaugh and so full of good stories and great behind the scenes pictures and video so many individuals contributed to this special from president trump to david limbaugh from justice. Clarence thomas to our own bow early. It's well worth your time to see. Enjoy this great program. It's available exclusively online at rush limbaugh dot com and that web site obviously dot com. And also while you're over there at the website you're gonna want to check out an incredibly touching profound heartfelt column that russia's brother david published today in his hometown newspaper the southeast missourian. It's about rush. I was published just this morning and You can read it. The link to it over there at rush limbaugh dot com as well. There are some amazing insights and reveals. That that i i never knew about but It gets me. It gets me missing rush. Also much more reading david's amazing words in tribute to his brother so head on over to rush limbaugh dot com and check those two things out and feel feel how close you will be to To rush let's go out on the phones and check in with jason in bloomfield missouri. Jason welcome to the program. What's on your mind sir brett. You're a great job. Thank you very much now. Just wanted to make a point or two. We're relying far as people in the country and your most of the smart smart people in the country wind up you know. Dc you worked for eighteen cause some kind of institute. These people have to know what their that the consequences of. What they're doing words if you take away supply oil but the main it's gonna go through the roof and passes are going to go up right and it's that way across the board with these issues that i mean they have to know these people have to know what they're doing so mentioned wondering or taken such a turn the client piven type thing where i just wanted to throw everything. And why do they want to do that. I mean what what do they expect to get. Break the cruiser. One we go from there and i also wanted to say i'm from small towns. We're talking about in the southeast area yes. I'm about thirty miles. South awash hometown tax. That's i grew up here. And he's a. He's a celebrity around here. I gotta take a copy of that southeast during the day you gotta get you gotta you gotta get it at jason absolutely. Let me ask you before you go. Let me just ask you a question because you you've got you've got a great sense as to the the state of affairs in terms of politics in the country right now what do you think it is. What's motivating people to create all these crisis. What do you think it is in your gut. The okay are i mean. That's they've always been there. Today's today's democrat tardy or the biggest in history. You know they say everything that can image and and We'll come back from an august. I don't think i don't see how wherever they then. That's a good point. That's a good. You raise a very important point. Jason thank you so much for the call and your kind words and for being here on the show and go get a copy of the southeast missouri and with with david columnist. I'll tell you what i think it is. And i'm gonna i'm gonna tie back to things that rush talked about over time the number one fear that progressives and i use air quotes on that so liberals What liberals have the number one fear they have is a lack of needing liberal's government a lack of needing government. The reason why they tax you when you have a business is because they don't want you to be independent. They don't want you to make choices. They they oh they extol pro choice when it's planned parenthood and all that kind of stuff But when it comes to you living your life choosing your kid's school choosing your neighborhood choosing your car choosing to defend yourself choosing to express yourself choosing to enjoy life. That's a frightening reality. If people start deciding they're going to take responsibility for their own lives and become independent thinkers will then there's gonna be no need for government schools or government officials. How would you know that. The pandemic was a pandemic of a government official. Didn't tell you how would you know that. The businesses shouldn't be shut down if a government official didn't tell you so. The purpose of government is to create more government and dependency. I mean that's really what happens. The natural state is freedom and liberty. We've heard that so many times from rush right. You are born free person and overtime new restrictions rules. What have you or foisted upon you by by a variety of institutions. Well if you're in the business of government and the demand for government goes down. That's very bad. It's why there's no zero based budgeting in the government budgets because if we start cutting budgets than people are gonna think we don't need government and we don't need money and we don't when you are in the government business government is all you see as the remedy and that's what they're ultimately up to more chaos more government more chaos more government rinse and repeat unbreakable. Your guide host today on the rushland brentwood herbal as your guide. Today on the rush limbaugh show coming up in the next hour magin. If we had actually listened to the environmentalists. It could have been just absolutely atrocious. We would have been in so much trouble. Wouldn't even have been funny. That's going to be coming up here in the next hour. But let me talk to monty monty in north carolina. Welcome to the program. I'm actually. I'm actually anachronistic george. I was born in north carolina. Okay well good to have you here. Cape allow thank you so much. I'm thirty one year. Listener said nine years old. I'm tired of watching my country crumble. So i'm gonna have to do something. I'm working on it. This is step number one I'm going to put a course together. Call and i'm gonna go to mile the mata i've got some connections. There were some big guys that might be able to get me in a position that i can teach the course. Hopefully we'll be done so well and we'll get some of these college graduates america again. That's that's a great take monte in georgia born in north carolina wants to start a course on rush. Hey listen there are so many lessons. You could take from russia's experience and so many of his opinions thoughts analysis have remained true these years hour number two straight ahead on the eib network while working from home during the pandemic. We all got a crash. Course on video calls and conferences but now as we begin to return to the office those simple videoconferences get much more complicated in the meeting. 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Noting only five percent of americans who worked in two thousand nineteen got to work using public transportation. That's according to a newly released study from the. Us census bureau by contrast eighty four point. Eight percent got to work in a car truck or a van. That was not operated by government. And by the way seventy six percent were driving alone when they did. So you know and i know. The use of public transportation for commuting is heavily concentrated in the new york metropolitan area in fact the number of workers who commuted by public transit in the new york. Metro and twenty nine hundred was more than five times larger than the nearest competitor. Which is the chicago metro area. So we know that public transportation is important in tightly. Compacted is right we. We know that that's the case but for so many millions of you in this audience. Well that doesn't quite fit your bill. Public transportation is part of the left's great formula reconstruct this country and have more control over our lives except in certain blue areas people rejected overwhelmingly chicago and new york new magin how bad the corona virus pandemic might of been had. We listened to the left and had public transit in place for the majority of the country. Rush talked about this and asked what if we had done with the environmentalists. Told us my friends. I want to run something by you here. Is it not fortunate that we have not had to deal with the implementation of radical environmentalism policy. Like the green new deal. You realize how fortunate we are during this all of these radical environmentalist wackos like out in san francisco and it's all started tried to tell us that disposable cups were bad that we had to reuse bags over and over again in the grocery store. They told us that plastic and paper grocery bags were bad but it turns out that reusable bags contain germs and viruses and now reusable bags are being banned. It was never a brilliant idea. It was thoughtful. Then you've got to save the environment we've got a reuse as much as we can re using just spreads. Germs spreads the virus. They told us. Public transportation was the way to go get on public transportation now. Buses and subways are seen as places where you go to get sick in fact when you start comparing new york to california and why there are so many more cases in new york than california one of the quick answers you get there in any mass transit to speak of in california certainly not a los angeles. There is barton san francisco but nothing to compare with the subway system and the buses of new york city. They told us that driving our own cars bad idea. They told us that living in the suburbs which you know what living in suburbia is an early form of social distancing. Is it not. It's an early form of people trying to get away from jam-packed cities in crowds and when people did that wanted the left say the left immediately began to crucify him in criticize them as racist and bigots and the latest and unwilling to spend time among people thought were less than they. They told us we should live on top of each other in densely populated cities forget suburbia and take mass transit. They told us. Fossil fuels were bad. They told us we were destroying the climate destroying the planet with fossil fuels. They told us attorney economy and our way of life over to them the green new deal and now look now look are shut down and just in case. We all need to be reminded. Why oh we are all forced by the government to stay at home. Do you realize how fortunate we are. And how nice is that. We have all the things that run on electricity. It enables us to stay connected. These are things that the green new deal types in the environmentalist wackos of attempted to eliminate from our society and culture. In other words we are able to live. We're able to keep climate control running. We were able to keep the internet. We're able to keep our television sets and everything else that requires electricity. Were able to keep it up and running because of what fossil fuels your computer. Your tv your phone your ipad your heat your air conditioning. Your lights your stove your coffee maker your refrigerator your washer and dryer dishwasher every bit of it. If this were a emergency you wouldn't have access to any of it and you wouldn't have lights. Even in the midst of this massive shutdown of the us economy there still is a modicum of freedom out there and it is brought to you by the free flow of oil at market prices. It is brought to you by the plentiful supply of fossil fuels aided and abetted by new techniques and getting among them fracking. All things the american left and their allies in the democrat party have attempted to damage diminish in some cases shutdown. If you depended on a wind farm our solar panels. You might get an hour and a half to two hours a day. Out of usage of these devices natural gas coal oil to the rescue natural gas coal and oil sustaining a shut down nation and we are finding out just how crucially important they are. We're finding out how crucially important a lot of industries. The left makes fun of our like farming trucking distribution things that people just take for granted that are going to happen now. People are praying and begging that there are no interruptions to these elements of the supply chain. The lesson is don't listen to the left in the first place. Rush was spot on on so many levels with that analysis and we only have to look to the beginning of this year to understand what happened. Do we remember the terrible ice storm. In texas where the windmills the turbines weren't turning. We only have to look at the very first thing. Joe biden did is president effectively dismantling the keystone excel pipeline and sidelining one hundred thousand people out of that job. Having a negative impact on energy prices. Your prices went up. Doesn't matter where you live. Your gas prices went up in that transition. Time from trump to biden. Your prices went up. You look you look at any of these examples and it's true. Can you imagine if you're trying to rely on that much power coming out of the grid when you haven't built nuclear power plants when you haven't built additional capacity at everybody's at home zooming and the kids are all learning at home and now suddenly there's a winter storm and there's all this kind of stuff and ask for mass transit. Excuse me are we back on the infrastructure conversation again yet. A mr president biden. Because i know you were on the infrastructure thing for about three or four days and then you decided you were going to pivot off the infrastructure thing. But you know he's amtrak joe. He loves the trains all he loves. Trains trains are cool. Trains are neat. Trains are wonderful. Ask the people of california. How well the one hundred hundred billion dollar jerry. Brown boondoggle went with high speed rail in the state of california. You don't have have high speed rail available in the state of california. Because you don't have the tracks and it's faster to fly from san diego or from los angeles to san francisco than it is to take a train. Oh it's wonderful to have mass transit as an option in boston in washington in new york in chicago. Sure it's terrific but once you get further and further out it gets less and less convenient and oh by the way more and more expensive there is a market to be had there and yet joe biden president of the united states amtrak. Joey was known as you know he. He believes what we need is more rail lines running all over the united states. Just increase the roots. I got to tell you something. I actually rode amtrak from boston to west texas. I did it when i was in college. I didn't have a sleeper car. I rode coach for the four and a half or five days on that trip. And i vowed no matter what i would obtain a motor vehicle and make that drive all day every day. Rather than making the one hundred ninety seven stops or whatever. It was twenty four seven to make that trip. Trains are a part of american history. They move so much when it comes to our to our freight around the country and our wonderful in that regard but they are inefficient when it comes to taking you here to. There is a reason why. Airplanes are preferable. There's a reason why driving your car is preferable and the way to go back to the beginning of russia's analysis you're talking about pandemic hot spots. Well what about the dictates of the left the kovin commandments. We've got something very special for you straight ahead. I'm brentwood herbal. I'm your guide. Today on the rush limbaugh show. I am brentwood bowl on the rush. Limbaugh show your your guide host today. All right let's talk about the left in how it is that they seek to rule over you and rule over me now. The left the statists love to rule by dictate usually spell k- t- at 'cause it looks more A soviet ask so so by diktats by dictate not respecting any higher law. We see this unfold with their cova. Commandments now zone. Dean carry on us. Aka koko junior host of the history author show on iheartradio has an op ed in the washington times today. It's fantastic called. Let's sweeten our approach to the pandemic he compares the biden administration's angry bullying approach on covid nineteen to the smart and kind way that we vaccinate vaccinated away viruses like polio smallpox. He also notes that for every tin foil. Hat or anti-semites louis farrakhan opposing vaccines. There's actually thousands of native and african americans who thanks to the government. Atrocities like the tuskegee experiment and the eighteen. Thirty two indian vaccination act have legitimate doubts. Sue really important piece. It's over at the washington times. Let's sweeten our approach to the pandemic now rush broke down how our side pulls in many directions as individuals but how the hardcore left rose unified in one objective. Raw unchallenged power. Who's running the easy explanation. Why do we have nothing like the left now. Some of it is personality. We're not deranged and we're not lunatic. And we do not love government as god and they do. Government is not our religion government's not our reason for being government and controlling. It is not a we are it is them. But it's more than that with them. You look at. This is never going to stop this resistance. Or what have you and they on. The left are all on board. They don't have anybody saying you know. We need to back off a little bit. Maybe across the i'll work with. They don't have anybody ever does that. They don't have any moderates they don't have any compromisers. This is all about destroying their opposition. This is about wiping out the opposition. This is about eliminating it. Why do we not have this kind of mentality them. They look at us as the greatest enemy. They face greater than al qaeda greater than isis greater than an asteroid that might it is because the climate change they look at us as the single biggest enemy that they have and they treat us accordingly and they never stop trying to demoralize they use their media to destroy people with innuendo and character assassination. They used their protests armies to destroy property and to intimidate. Why don't we do things like this. Don't say it's because we respect the law and they'd it's not that i think it boils down to one thing. They have a cause they're caused is purely ideological their causes liberalism. Socialism communism and everything in that incorporates blaming america. America's degrees evil in the world. America's the problem in the world america's unjust immoral they believe all this and their effort to establish it and dominate is on display hundred and fifty percent all day. Every my theory is that we don't have anything close to a set of beliefs or organizing principles that animate us define us. Motivators energizes fulas meaning. We are absent. Conservatism and has been for a long long before trump came along. The conservative movement's fractured for a whole bunch of different reasons. And what we have when something on the right is not conservative. What is it. I defy you to define it. It's mush its mishmash. That's what it is. It's i gotta get a book deal and on fox. It's i gotta get a job in a think tank and get a tv appearance. It's i gotta get a book. it's i need to be a tv analyst. It's i need a big appointment at. I think that whatever it is. Those are the desires objectives. Many on our side. What is there's there is bigger than all that. They're all about transforming america and unwinding it an undoing the constitution and not officially replacing within they just want to assume total control and rule by dictate. They don't want to have any official documents guiding them they just want the raw power as such the best we can muster on a consistent basis. And it's not that consistent is opposition to them well. What about trump rush. What about trump. Well trump came along specific things specific issues that were in direct opposition to all of this trump. Even not being ideological knew how to oppose these people knew how to stop them knew how to beat them. Nobody else in our knows how to beat them or they would have been. That was the key. Have the issues that stand directly in opposition. What they're trying to push and defend your principles and your beliefs and be confident in that regard. Eight hundred two eight two two eight eight to the telephone number on the rush. Limbaugh show to be a part of the conversation. Let's go out and talk to scott in miami scott. Welcome to the program. What's on your mind. Good afternoon this a window. I'd like to say that. Joe biden. represents the us government. And i say because hell bent on taking away guns from the american lower. Biding american people in our second amendment rights or ready front. So we're a first amendment rights and what concerns me is george soros funding for black lives. Matter i mean anti-defamation league also we got involved to take away american second amendment rights both sorrows and the ad l. Our tuition communist hell bent on making america. Well here. here's here's what i'm gonna say scott. Let me let me jump in on this. I understand you may want to run some kind of an identity politics argument here. But the the fundamental core argument at at play here isn't personalities as names that the fundamental issue at hand here is what it is. You're doing to defend the american constitutional republic. All right. you may not like these people those people whatever but do you love the constitution enough to get out there and defend what the constitution represents you love the constitution enough and the beliefs and the the values and the bill of rights therein. Do you love it enough to get out there and defended and by defending. I mean persuading people in your immediate circle persuading those people who may be wavering. I don't own a gun. I don't know about you. Gun nuts gun. The gun is a question. I don't know you need to say to them. This is about a right to self-defense. This is about to defending your your rights against what may come. There is no reason to have to quantify any of the rights in the bill of rights they were enshrined in the bill of rights to protect the individuals and restrain the government and they were granted by god. And that's the important thing we have to remember. The right to self defense is fundamental the right to free speech practicing your religion the redress of grievances to be secure in your person's not to have government agents quartered in your home at cetera etc etc. These are fundamental rights granted to us by god but the only way we preserve. These rights is to go out and make the argument to go out and to convince people of the rightness of our cause. And the clarity of our point. That's what rush was talking about hewing to the beliefs of conservative values all day every day and not turning it into a mishmash anymore. Straight ahead on brentwood. Wonderful to be here with you. Sad news coming earlier this morning as we found out about the passing of prince philip aged ninety nine of the queen of england her Her royal majesty. The queen of england expressing deep sorrow as her beloved husband. The duke of edinburgh died at windsor castle earlier today. And you know it's it's really an incredible thing to look at whether or not you you like the monarchy or you respected or it's important to you but the grand tradition is obviously present in the world today. But it's also important to remember that prince philip and of course The queen both world war two veterans. They served to defeat that. Great evil in adolf hitler and and an imperial japan. And we should remember these are these are world war two generation folks from the greatest generation who Who who did what they had to do to help. Try to save this planet from the the ugliest imagery of fascism and and imperial japanese militarism as as as anything else. That's out there. You know sadly and unfortunately as james devlin pose a great writer does stuff over at dub a breitbart noted that prince william has been calling for a great reset. You remember this. This notion the great reset this idea that that well in the wake of what's happening with the corona virus will. We'll get out there and we'll remake the world will change the world will change the way we do our economy the word reset by the way intimately bound with the new world order proposals by klaus schwab over at the world economic forum. The green new deal is one part of this. The idea that you don't you're not gonna own any property you're just gonna live in government provided housing all. That sort of stuff is part of this plan. That comes out of the the world economic forum. They call it a sustainable society in which you own nothing and you'll be happy in prince william's actually endorsed the notion of the great reset. You know it brings to mind a question How is it. That millennials will reject what they've been bequeathed rush talked about this. Here's the headline is business. Insider don't care about owning anything and it's destroying traditional retail and folks. This is something until. I saw the headline till i read this story. This is something i knew. In a in associative way pick up an observation reading a story. such as millennials. Don't want to buy cars. They're not the first generation couldn't care less about cars they care about is mass transit. Okay you read that. Chuck it away. Think this creates idiots. Small pockets of the millennials doesn't represent anything and then you find out they don't wanna own homes now. They want to wait. You don't have the money to biopsy and just let it turns out. There's much more to this than just random examples. That's exactly the profile of voter. Democrats seek people unhappy hopeless helpless no positive things in the In the future in their minds and those people are ripe. It is felt able to turn to government for solutions to problems. they have economic benefits. What have i understand that. I understand that that The millennials are they're coming up on becoming as self absorbed as my generation. Is the baby boomer's but you can't blame them because everybody's talking about him and everybody's focused on them and everybody's either criticizing appraising number. What have you and they've been told they're very important. I've been told you the future of the country all this. So i i get all that i think. In the millennials. We have maybe. I could be wrong about this to be. The first thoroughly. Corrupted in terms of education generation in the country's history and this generation has been exposed from kindergarten preschool to full-fledged liberalism from the time they've been able to talk. They have seen it on saturday morning. Cartoon shows and absorbed they've been taught about climate change global all this crap gay rights in kindergarten. They have their entire lives. They have been propagandized indoctrinated and so tracking their movements in their attitudes is interesting. The tendency of millennials to rent instead of by is turning the retail industry upside down jillian mincer of reuters reports quote. These behaviors have propelled businesses such as the car rental service zipcar taxi service uber and the home rental site airbnb and the trend is extending to clothing. Apparel retailers are threatened by rental startups. Like rent the runway bag borrower steal renting has also spread to the music and hospitality industries with companies. Like spotify airbnb. Never mind buying a second home when you can finish toe in france on airbnb for a couple hundred bucks. Why hire a chauffeur when they don't come with an app that tracks relative location of yours like uber. Even owning the latest album of your favorite band feels a lot less appealing when you can stream it immediately on and off line with a spotify pro membership without taking up any space on your hard drive. It goes on to talk about how the current generation of millennials simply doesn't want to own anything their transit. They don't wanna put down roots anywhere. They don't want to be tied to anything but the bottom line of it is it is affecting the rest of the economy it is affecting retail. Don't know how much yet so the question goes back to art. Is this the generation. Then that is going to size things up as they mature and rejected all and it's way too soon to say but it appear. They're prepared to reject the democrat party. Which is the primary reason. They are in these dire economic straights but that never occurs to them. I mean does to someone. They're not monolithic. No group of people our generation is but the ones making news the ones being written about. They don't see the democrat party they see. The republican party is a problem but not in the sense that you do many think. The republican parties have bunch of idiots. Just a bunch of jerks that's it starts and ends there and they think the democrat party is filled with people trying so hard to make everybody happy and everybody equal and so the thing is push for quality. The younger generation is increasingly looking for less expensive alternatives to ownership said doug stevens author of the blog retail profit. Why do retail brands depends so heavily. Undisbursed outlet locations to unload the seasons collections when they could rent them millennials defined as eighteen to thirty four year olds are increasingly living in small urban apartments rather than sprawling suburban houses and as a result. They don't have room for as much stuff and on top of that. It says here. Younger people have discriminating taste as a result of exposure to online reviews and saw. There's a lot of going on and not much ownership which to people for people who Who celtics a changing economy. No doubt In regards to the way millennials are shopping. One of the great blessings. I've had i've worked alongside millennials in radio and other endeavors as well but also gotten to see this next generation coming up and i can tell you As things as the as the the seawater goes out with with you know with the surf comes back in and this next generation is one that is much more akin to to our values more conservative approaches and the notions of of understanding. What makes this place so right. Such a great country. He's thinking about these generations right and you think about the idea of getting together. Put this idea in the front of your mind for the next family reunion. The next mother's day or father's day celebration. The idea of digitizing all your old family movies and pictures onto computer files that way. 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We plan on an hour to get there. Wow and public. Public transportation just isn't practical for this lifestyle out here in rural america. We all drive pickup trucks and suv's and way to go we have big families and you and you have weather. And you have whether to contend with two which which can lead to delays as. Well obviously. Oh yes a typical winter here. The interstate will be shut down for a day or two. That's right no no buses. It's just it's impractical and we had a blue wave try to move into the state. It's right around the west coast and they've tried to force into our lifestyle that of the west coast and of course the Proposed raising taxes to support these programs. And things like that and they just they don't work. It's not practical. It doesn't go to either coast. And i can see in the population centers having public transportation. But now you know what's gonna happen now. You know what's going to happen right david. What's going to happen. You're going to have these. People come in from california living up in their live in san francisco or down down in la. They're gonna come up there in that beautiful part of idaho and they're going to decide you need public transportation even though none of them will write it. The they're going say you have to build this thing and if you build it they will come like the baseball movie you know. It's it's less but watch those tax rates. Keep those tax rates low. Don't let them get an inch because they'll take mile. You know the other thing. Two things touched on that. I was listening to. I'll while waiting sean. As the solar and wind energy energy here has been a big thing. And it's a boondoggle. Call it the red light district. And if it weren't for government subsidies there would be a wind energy and when the wind doesn't blow they don't go and we see them all over the place out here spread out across the desert solar is the same way It's just it's crazy. 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Wonderful to be here and we so appreciate you joining us here on the rush limbaugh on the eib network telephone number eight hundred two eight two two eight two front center this hour. We're looking at this debate. This discussion over this move by the biden harris administration to restrict your second amendment rights it a presentation yesterday. I won't call it a news conference right. But it was essentially a presentation a series of remarks by the president alongside the vice president Talking about why it is you need to have your second amendment rights Rolled back pushed back. What have you Joe biden came out any talked about the need to create some restrictions on on on gun rights. The idea that You know we need to. We need to curb access to guns from people who have access to them. Some of these people are people who they shouldn't have access to these firearms that's that's one big component of this other. One was of course the idea of whether or not it's an absolute right. We'll get into the absolute right notion and fire in a crowded theatre calm conversation in in a few moments. But but let's drill down into this notion of these red flag laws because we keep hearing a lot about well we need of these red flag laws if we get these red flag laws where we're we can thwart an attack before it happens preemptively by having somebody in the family. Call the police and warn about somebody. a loved one A spouse ex-spouse raised the alarm about somebody who should not own those firearms and get them in front of a judge and we can hold them and make sure that they don't get to use those firearms. We're going to be able to save lives right. That's that's the the narrative that we're seeing the develop through this conversation through this through line so the question then becomes this right. How many mass shootings. How many mass shootings of occurred where we. The person is is known to be getting ready to do that. And we'll get into that in just a second because it's an important point but let me start at the beginning of this and let me go to a joe biden. Yesterday at the thursday press conference talking about red flag goes know red flag. laws can stop mash shooters before they can act out violent plans. Can they have they. How many mass shootings one of the things you hear from people that knew the shooter is that they knew the individual was off somehow off. Somehow somehow troubled will rush. Talked about the real purpose of these laws. here is lands in madison wisconsin. Hey lance greats with us my man how you doing took a couple of thoughts on his red flag rule. And when it's really about most of solitaire no when you pointed out that it's about the left and some of the right trying to meddle with our second fourth and fourteenth amendment. And when you look at from time. Say from the boston bombers florida texas ohio etc when friends family co workers neighbors were asked why they didn't get involved and say something when they knew something they said. Well they were concerned about retaliation threats. They didn't want to be involved or the big thing was well. We didn't think it was really going to be that big event or that it would end up like this so we look at the last ten years law enforcement politicians public figures hollywood. They've been running their televisions. They had demanding that. If you see something here something that you're supposed to say something so we go to this red flag rule and what it's really about undermining and meddling with the second amendment whether it's the last ten years or going forward from here. If i had a neighbor of family member that was going off the deep end threatening and becoming concern that i had turned myself. And hey honey listen you know we really need to call the sheriff today and make this report because after all you know. Now we've got that red flag rule. It's not gonna make any difference. The whole idea that they get their fingers in the pie if they pass anything like this and can that's right meddling instead of exactly right. The red flag law that's being pushed by these called People concern guns. It's not about it's not about it. Never is the left. Any idea. They have is never a solution. Just opens the door to do problems and what they want with us. Red flag law is to create a tattletale society on everything. Not just guns. I heard i had a party and it was one of the guests here and you should are heard what he was saying about obama or you should heard what he was saying about elizabeth warren. That's what they want. And it's all disguised as a red flag oughta get deranged lunatics away from their guns. Who could oppose that. And we've seen it failed time and time again what you had take place at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland that individual. That murdered all those children. All those students was well known to people and nobody did anything about it. He was capped mainstreamed in the system. Right because of the the the the social justice orientation of of the superintendent in that district two weeks ago. We're talking about the horrible shooting in boulder colorado at the supermarket. The family told the the press and the police in the days running up to the murders that the brother had been walking around with a machine. It was fifteen and was threatening. You know he's going to do something about it and they. There's no reason why a red flag law on the books is going to. That's not going to get you to make that phone call. As the caller said to russia's russia agreed. You can call the cops now. H- you don't need a red flag you call the be like you know my my brother says he's going to do something here. Maybe do a welfare check on them. Make sure everything's cool. I mean you you can do that. So the red flag laws like the ghost gones or these terms that biden harris are gonna use as little tiny we want to get the ghost guns gone gets a red flag in just. This is so reasonable. But yesterday joe biden talked about the idea of no right being Absolute right the the the the crowded fire theater of sorry. I transposed like he did yesterday. Here's what president biden said yesterday. No amendment to the constitution is absolute. Can't yell crowd. You can't yell fire in a crowded movie theater. Call the freedom of speech in the very beginning. You couldn't own any weapon you wanted to own from the very beginning of the second amendment existence. Certain people weren't allowed to have weapons so the idea is just bizarre to suggest that some of the things we're recommending contrary to the constitution. So no right is absolute right. But but a right can be absolutely reachable. Engrossing you can find them in the pin number of the fourth amendment the right to abortion right you can find in the pin number. The shadow of the mood of the fourth amendment. You can find the right to abortion but guns don't really mean secondhand. It doesn't really mean you can own guns because no right is absolute. You can't yell fire in a crowded theatre which is according to an amazing piece by the atlantic one of the great members of the team here. found this piece. This is from november second of twenty twelve trevor tim. It's time to stop using the fire. In a crowded quote. Oliver wendell holmes made the analogy during a controversial supreme court case that was overturned more than forty years ago and that case was nothing to do with limiting an amendment. The original case that oliver wendell holmes was was voting on was was ruling on was talking about was us versus shank which was a case that that dealt with espionage act and charles schenck was the secretary of the socialist party of america and he was facing conviction under the espionage act because he wrote any distributed a pamphlet that expressed his opposition to the draft during world war one. He didn't call for violence hidden call first disobedience he just he just didn't support the idea of a draft and there were later cases that address this very thing for years decades a hundred years. You'