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Plus, welcome to today's edition of the Rush Limbaugh Show podcast. It's an incredible honor to be your guide host today, a day the Lord has made in these times in which God has decided we will live the work behind the scenes to put together this program for you, where we weave Rush's wisdom into today's news and topics thereabouts. It's an extraordinary amount of work and it is a labor of love. It's 800 to to 202. If you want to join us today on a just recognized tomorrow, Joe Biden will read something he's probably been rehearsing for months.


And it's going to smell like a celebration of the lockdown. And it's going to be that. It's going to be for them. I think it's a celebration of the pandemic. This has been the most politicized thing I've ever seen. It's just changed my personal view of our national public health authorities and state public health authorities. And we'll talk about that. I want to kick this straight off, though, with just going back to something that Rush taught us very clearly, that Democrats for them, everything is political.


And he he spoke very clearly and decided to take this one year since this was named a pandemic in this hindsight. Listen afresh and think about one man in D.C. who seemed obsessed. With doing everything he could to protect people, while others around him, many, far too many, seemed obsessed with politicizing. So Rush Limbaugh reminded us how President Trump's swift action to attempt to keep the virus out of the country was assailed by the Democrats and their mocking bird media members.


Very early days of this, you could see every government official not wanting people to panic and to try to keep them from panicking by saying, come on, everything's fine. This thing is no different than the flu. Everybody was trying to downplay the potential badness of this thing. And then as time went on, one guy, one guy didn't have the freedom to act like, hey, everything's fine. Trump banned all incoming travel from China and guys like Biden and the rest started calling him a racist and a xenophobe, the one guy that was trying to do something about it and Trump saying, I didn't want people to panic.


You're exactly right. We do panic. There's no reason for there to be a toilet paper shortage, no reason for a run on toilet paper in any kind of a viral pandemic.


I think it's all an exercise here in finger pointing that is not going to carry any weight with anybody because everybody was in one degree of panic or another back in the beginning and didn't know anything about it.


Everybody was alternately scared or not.


You can find people contradicting themselves from the highest level of expertise our country has to offer.


Absolutely. And early on in this pandemic, as we were trying to figure it out, there was reason to be very concerned. And what we observed, again, is a Trump and Limbaugh dynamic, and here's what I mean. I don't believe President Trump would be president, would have been without a little wishful thinking, would have. Well, I wish I was wishing he still was. That I don't think he would have been president without Rush Limbaugh and there's this dynamic here that that I think sometimes God chooses very interesting characters to do things for us.


President Trump took this very seriously from the beginning, and somewhere along the line, a switch got flipped. And the same media that had said this is just the flu and there's hundreds of headlines, hundreds of headlines, it said that Tony Fauci said, you know, if I was a young person, you know, this should probably be a good time to go to Italy. And he was talking about that when Italy was shutting down. Take a cruise to Italy.


Something a switch got flipped. And all of a sudden the effort was then to, in my judgment, to scare people. And there's a cost to this, there's a massive cost. It was around this time frame that the CDC made a subtle change in how deaths are reflected. And where prior to this to to call to say that someone had died from the flu, there was a process to that. It was it was more of a hard science.


And the CDC made the decision to soften that science. And you ended up with the most insane things being called covered deaths. One one just horrific and stands out to me was a woman was working on her home and she fell and she had a, you know, a terrible couple of skull fractures and she ultimately succumbed to that. But she had tested positive for the covid at one point and it was reflected Zadkovich death. And these these are abundant across the United States.


That one was in Florida. And then Rhonda Santurce did a great job of cleaning up the public health sort of data down there. Jay Inslee, Washington State was counting people who were killed by gunshot. They were caught twice, twice. It's changing the numbers in counting things like suicides and motorcycle crashes as covid deaths. Now, part of this was there was a financial a financial dynamic to this, an incentive and Rorschach's talked to for many, many years.


About perverse incentives that are built into government programs, the perverse incentive to have black fathers leave the home, the perverse incentives built into originally Joe Biden's alleged covid bailout, one point nine trillion dollars, that maybe 600 million maybe went to Koven. They originally wanted to pay people more money to stay home than to work. So it's it's a classic big government thing that perverse incentives led to a I don't want to say false reporting because that's how they decided to report the deaths.


But it had the result of four to six times as many deaths being counted as covid, rather, from covid. And there's a big difference of dying with covered in from it. The body count from this, and I don't mean to to be blunt, but the body count from the games people played are extraordinary. People went from let's not panic people to let's panic people. And the result was there are people who did not seek medical treatment for things like stroke signs, symptoms of stroke, there were people who would not go to the hospital, although they had symptoms of heart attacks.


And then there's denied medical care, where bureaucrats made the decision that certain services were optional, non-essential things like perhaps you have a symptom of a kidney stone and it turns out to be something else. Those deaths will they will attempt and they do this with data to try to launder those deaths, but they're finally being counted, even even some of the mainstream media is beginning to catch up on this. The most bizarre point of this. Was President Trump simply spoke about a non-controversial drug?


Do you remember Rush talking about this, that The Mockingbird's became obsessed with a non-controversial drug called Hydroxy Chloroquine that has a long, long history? And there are some terrible, terribly designed studies about hydroxy chloroquine after President Trump said this had promise, terribly designed, that had no chance of succeeding because they were using hydroxy chloroquine in ways that are contraindicated. Now we have the Journal of American Medical Association, as I recall, in other journals, saying, yeah, hydroxy chloroquine in these protocols can save lives.


There was one analysis that the the chances or odds of it not working or like one in a billion not working for people, maybe even taller odds than that. But CNN. CNN assaulted that drug. And Tony Foushee, I think 2005 called it part therapeutic, part vaccine for upper respiratory viruses. This dynamic of Trump and Limbaugh. Of Rush, Trump wouldn't have been president, in my judgment, without the Mahat. Without President, Trump is president.


I don't think CNN would ever have shown their hand. In that regard, I mean, to that level that they were willing to go attack a drug. And then therefore, you had blue state governors banning that drug. There's a body count to that. There are people who died in all likelihood because they couldn't get that drug. And then there's this. The increase in teen suicides and adolescent suicides is one of the most incredibly dark moment in our country.


And it continues and lockdown deaths will continue for a long time, people who are denied medical care is one thing. People who are watching their businesses crumble is another Donald Trump. Made the decision to try to bring this country back online sooner than the Mockingbird's would allow. They put him in a box. Is it the economy or is it Gramma's life? Now, we know that we can have both. Look at Texas, look at Florida, look at the degree to which we can't control viruses.


Just as Rush taught us, we can't control the Earth's weather. Brighten the weather systems. And to think so is is fanciful or or at least, you know, future tech may get there, but it's not there now. As we look back on this year. I look back at Tony Foushee, who is a political animal, in my judgment, and brutally so, Deborah Burks was pro lockdown. Don't see your family. And then she travels to see her family during Thanksgiving and Tony mask off, mask on, Foushee, cetera.


One man, I think, stood at the center of that. And I thought one man really tried to bring this country back. And for that, I hope that history will reflect this accurately, that President Trump to me seemed obsessed with bringing us back. The Biden team. Seemed obsessed with writing this to a political end. And Russia told us all these years to Democrats, all is political, all of life is political, and that extends into one sixth of our economy.


We come back and want you to hear Russia talk about the American economy and how it's impacted by government takeovers of medicine.


As we continue to weave the wisdom of the Mahat into today's news, is Todd Hermann your guide host today on the EIB? Todd Hermann in for Rush Limbaugh. Well, no, I'm the guidepost. It's hard not to say that. It's just it's Rush's show. It's difficult for me not to say that. But the guidepost role is this. It is to take Rush's words and apply it to today and Rush's wisdom in his voice and apply it to today.


You've had a taste of government medicine. Let me ask you how you like the capricious lockdown's and the ever changing rules and the picking of winners and losers that this business stays open and this one this one has to close. There is a doctor and maybe we'll get into this in detail tomorrow, who has been a huge social media proponent of Lockdown's big friend of the lockdown's. He moved his family to Austria so his kid could go to school. Because his his kid was depressed.


And this guy continues to press for lockdown's in the state's. I want to take Rush's words about economic pies and move it into and into a doctor's office, because this is the anniversary of covid being named a pandemic. We have seen with our own eyes. We have experienced with our own pain how dictatorial people who want to be in public health can be, not all of them, but far too many, particularly the bigwigs, particularly when they get aligned with big city mayors like Lori Lightfoot and Billy de Blasio.


Now just utterly dictatorial. They can be. And the growth of our American economy has been predicated upon freedom and new inventions that make space for, you know, like new medical products and approaches and for skill level increases that result in wage increases for workers. Listen here to Rush Limbaugh. Talk about how government intervention shrunk the private sector's economic pie and our room to build wealth as the private sector continues to shrink.


And this is the mathematics of it.


The old saw, but hard work and perseverance, preparation, education, all of the the effort that you put in, the devotion that you have, there has to be a pie for you to get your piece of and the pie has to be growing. It has to be expanding to it to to account for population increase, people retiring and leaving the pie, younger people getting out of college or entering the workforce and wanting their piece of the pie. The thing about America is that pie has always gotten bigger.


It is always expanded. There has always been an opportunity for anybody to get as big a piece of that pie as they reasonably expect or want. That's what's changing. The pie is shrinking, and as a result of the pie shrinking, there's less to be had because the government's usurping more and more of it. And in the midst of all that, the president says, yep, well, hard work. You work hard pay off. That's always been the deal.


That's been the promise of America. It's not a promise of America. That's a it's a it's a capitalistic truth. But more than that, it's a human truth. But it's it's all this guy is doing is making it harder and harder and harder for everybody in the middle class to be upwardly mobile. That's what was always distinctive about America, is the pie grew even for the middle class. That's what's stopped happening because of him. Now, take Russia's words about college graduates and apply it to Washington, D.C., which is one of the top three cities for college graduates.


D.C.. Used to be that D.C. was a trade off, you went to work for the federal government, you got a lower wage, but you had a guaranteed job, you had leisure and, you know, retirement benefits. Now you have more you have retirement benefits not available in the real world. You have salaries not available in the real war. D.C. produces nothing. It markets nothing. It takes. And yet people in D.C. are earning three to four times what the average person is in the country in eight out of the ten richest counties in the country are around the Beltway, or at least were.


So take Russia's example of the pie and how government shrinks it and let's move it into a doctor's office, because tomorrow we're going to hear Joe Biden read from his teleprompter that this is proven that we need to have Medicaid for all, Medicare for all. This has proven that only the government can save us because another rush lesson is to leftists. It doesn't it doesn't count unless government does it. So this is one of my favorite examples about government health care and how it has increased the costs of, you know, that favorite time if you're male and what.


And by that I mean adult, human, male. If you are in the doctor's office and it's coughing. You know exactly what I mean, cold fingers in the glove cough. Just that's an awful moment, it's it's uncomfortable for everybody. Women have their their analog to that. Just imagine that as your doctor is, you know, touching you. In that way, just imagine just around you, there's 16 bureaucrats with clipboards, let's just put yourself in that position.


All right, turn your head the other way and you look over there and there's some smirking bureaucrat with with a clipboard, one is an iPad one looks like you're not paying attention. They might be playing a video game. And maybe that gives you a sense of relief because they're not staring at you. There's 16 of them. Packed into a room with you. That is the I have read this analysis of doctors now people, health care providers are outnumbered 16 to one by people whose job it is to make sure you're following government rules, to make sure you're filling out the forms the right way.


And there's an enormous amount of money to be taken. To do that, see, it disrupts the value chain. When when medicine was entrepreneurial, you'd have maybe, you know, you have a doctor, a nurse, maybe a bookkeeper, maybe a couple doctors, maybe a couple nurses, because they were the people who were providing the service. Consequently, the rates were lower. Now, if there are if if a doctor's office takes insurance, they have to have all these other paper pushers and box checkers who are free riders on this system, they don't help bake the cake.


They don't even they don't even carry the cake to the table. It's just when the cake arrives, they eat a bunch of it. And that's how the cake is shrinking and it's it's so profound in health care and in since tomorrow, Biden will likely pitch from his teleprompter government medicine. They'll celebrate the great heroic Tony Foushee, who's been on all sides of every issue, but all of it bringing power to him. That's the one consistent measure with Foushee.


They're going to push for government health care, understand this. That those free riders. Are there now? Their cost structure is there now and dig this, I go to a doctor who is concierge medicine, she doesn't take insurance, but they got a couple of doctors like that. One's a specialist. It's back to the old days, she and a couple of nurses. The left wants to make that impossible. They want people who have practices like that, even though they don't take insurance to have to use the Medicaid codes and insurance codes because they can't have that entrepreneurism of more of Russia's words about the cake, the economics of this and how plans like Biden's just continue to put weight on the economy.


Todd Hermann, your guide host on the EIB Network.


I appreciate the opportunity to hang out with my fellow Rush Limbaugh fans. Rush was a guy who understood marketing completely in this segment. We're going to hear him talk about features and benefits. But related to politics, if you're a marketing person and you've been saying I need to help rescue my country, maybe I need to get into politics, make sure you stay there so you can hear Rush talk about features and benefits and who sells, which it's a very key observation Rush made.


Let's talk about speaking of Rush observations, James in Spokane, Washington. James, good morning on the Rush Limbaugh program. Todd Hermann, your guide.


Hi, James. How are you doing? I'm doing fantastic, man. I love it. I mean, KQ anti studio is just up the street from where you're at in Spokane, I guess. I don't know where you're at, but you're in Spokane. What's in your mind?


Hilliard Hilliard area. But I've been listening to Rush off and on for 30 years. Back in Iowa in 14, I got into politics, ran for public office. Rush didn't give me the creeps to me, loan me or say, here is your analytics. We're looking at a situation in politics. He helps foster that, and when he would say, and I quote, Do not doubt me, I never doubted them every single time.


Then, of course, nowadays with the virus, when I would say to people. This coronavirus is bogus. It's not as bad or it's not anywhere near what they say it is. And of course, it would tell me, well, you're a good guy or you don't believe in this of thing. I said, no, I do believe that people are getting sick. That is a fact. I don't think it's as bad as they're telling everybody it is this is a political snow job and if you don't see it.


There's something wrong, you are too blinded by partisan politics, and Rush had that ability, from my point of view, to remove himself from the swamp from the Beltway and go, yes, I see where you're going with it. I see what circles are being drawn and I see what's actually happening here. And it's bogus. And what is, you know, so incredible to me about what Rush did is this is a man who golfed with presidents.


This is a man that anyone in political position or government position who is anywhere center right would want to seek the favor of or get the ear of. There were celebrities who thought rush out, you know, and that he was able to maintain that grounding and never get sucked into the vortex of charm or the vortex of access. I mean, you know, I think Rush talked about being in the White House or being in the bedrooms in the White House.


And and he somehow succeeded in still being able to criticize people even after they brought him that access. That is such a difficult thing to do in politics. And I think it speaks to Rush's upbringing. But it also was one of the reasons we trusted him. We could hear him talk about George W. Bush is a good man and then get on the next segment and say, and he's got this wrong and this is where he's wrong and this is where he's weak like you like.


It wasn't just the analytics, it was the consistency that it didn't matter who was in office. What I'm saying. Yeah. Oh, absolutely. Yeah.


And that's I think well, when I ran for politics in 16 and 14, 14, I ran against a Republican 16 hour runs and gets Democrat. And. I could see each what each one of them were doing. And what they were doing in office. Is brilliant, if you're in trouble, it's right to take a step back and not be that partisan person and not be that person who says, OK, I like you as a person, you're a good person.


But how you play your politics is dirty, it's corrupt, it's cronyism. And you shouldn't be in office because what you're doing in your own pocket and not representing and doing represents the people.


Exactly. Exactly. And I maybe I'm probably a weaker person because I go a different route in politics, though. I do a political show. I have two friends I count in office. I don't dinner with people. I don't lunch with people. I need to keep an emotional distance because I need to be able to tap into people when that is what's required to tell the truth. I appreciate the phone call. James, thanks for calling Russia's program.


It was an honor to be your guide today in a James ran for political office. I want you to hear Russia talk about features and benefits. So he's going to take his expertise and knowledge of marketing. He makes a brilliant point about Republicans selling ideas versus Democrats giving people instant gratification with stuff. Well, I'm sorry, folks. There's no common ground because the Republicans do not want to raise taxes. They want to cut spending. Democrats don't want to cut spending.


The Democrats don't want any changes. And the Democrats want more spending to sustain the entitlements because that enables the gravy train to keep rolling.


And as long as the programs that provide for Obama's low information, high benefits voters, long as those things continue to provide their benefits, what do they care about the deficit?


Seriously, the low information voters, the Obama voter, what do they care about unfunded liabilities? They don't even know what that is.


What do they care about credit ratings and how you run up to a typical Obama voter? You know what? We're going to lose our triple-A credit. What what's what's credit? What a country has a credit rating. I don't understand. Explain it to me and then you start explaining and you lose them because they don't care.


What do they care about inflation? What's any of that to them is just gibberish. A great piece over the week, actually. A couple of great pieces on many of the problems conservatives have. Democrats sell benefits, we sell features. Stop and think about this and I'll give you some examples of the program unfolds. A Democrats sell benefits. What does this mean to you? We talk about features. We talk about how low taxes are going to spur economic growth and create upward mobility, but there's no direct benefit to it.


It's a theory that is true, but there's no immediate payoff to it. There's no immediate benefit. We've got all the great features, but they offer all the benefits. I saw another analogy that what the Republicans are in the process of doing is making the mistake that Coca-Cola made. Back in 1985, Roberto Goizueta, who was the CEO of Coke, said, you know what, we've had the same formula for all these years.


We need to modernize. So they came out with New Coke and an uproar took place. And within, what was it, three weeks, they had to reintroduce the old Coke as Coke Classic and the New Coke was gone.


All the theory and I read it was I think at Red State, it actually might have been I think it was red state theory is the Republican Party has been doing New Coke, but gradually we have been caving on the things that identify.


We've been giving away our recipe. We changed our recipe on our own.


And the latest example of changing the recipe is, you know what, we're all for amnesty now. We've got to go demographic's. We got to open the borders and we got to get those votes. Yeah, we're being rejected because of our policy on immigration and Hispanics.


And saw the Republican Party, nobody knows what it is anymore, whatever it used to be, it's changing the formula, whereas Coke did it overnight.


This is just a theory and it's it's interesting.


So Rush speaks of features and benefits or sizzle and steak. So it is a difficult thing to sell freedom to people who think they're free. And young people in, you know, less educated voters and last minute decision makers in elections, they think they're free. And what they're doing is building a cage for themselves, a cage of debt, a cage of overly empowered bureaucrats. So it's just one example of how to go at this.


One of the things that the Republicans could do is simply take a video game metaphor that these young people think they've got all sorts of extra lives saved up in this game. Because the Democrats are constantly telling them free college and college debt forgiveness and free everything else. So one of the things I think the Republicans need to do is say we're selling you the benefit of not crashing into a wall. What they're doing is they're draining these extra life reserves you have.


In the background in in terms of draining the budget and the debt and make it visual for them, what Republicans are saying is we're building for you a sustainable. Life where it is not going to crash into a wall because socialism always crashes into a wall or or take it to a specific benefit, you want free college, OK?


Here's what we can do, any class in a university is auditable for free, if it's a state university Republican can say, yeah, you know what, you don't get to be on campus. You don't get the benefit of the teachers, but you can audit any class from afar through streaming. And then you can take a test at a discounted rate, and if you pass that test, you get an alternate degree, or they could say for any job, there has to be a pass, a path for apprenticeship.


We can sell that as a benefit today because most jobs can be learned through apprenticeships. This should be part and parcel of a Republican message. College is too expensive. You can earn money while you learn and install this around the country. In other words, freedom as the product, the future and the benefit. The the future is the freedom. The benefit is earned while you learn.


But this takes creativity, something that I found D.C. Republicans sort of lack more of Rush Limbaugh's wisdom as we continue.


Todd Hermann, your guide today on the EIB Network.


Tomorrow, Joe Biden will brag about this one point nine trillion dollar spending orgy and pretend it was all about covid bailout. Listen to the timelessness of how well Rush Limbaugh, New Democrats compare these comments. We're going to play to this one point nine trillion dollar, as SWAPO called it, showering Americans with something they said, money. I would choose something else. You know, Rush told us about Obamacare and what it really was, was a Democrat, big power grab, a dependency maker.


And it continues to be a massive tax on the ability of doctors to heal. Listen to the mahat. Boil this all down to a key fact when we talk about getting your piece of the pie.


It's just a name for the economy, the private sector. Well, when the government comes in and absorbs one sixth of it and the health care takeover called Obamacare pie gets smaller as government grows, where does it how does it grow? What's what's government doing? It has to take it has to take money from other people. Allocated to itself and spend it, however, which is called redistribution, doesn't produce anything, the private sector is getting smaller. The apple, the pie is all getting smaller, and that's why.


There's less of it to be had for people you want to talk about why the gap between rich and poor is expanding because the pie is getting smaller. And the pie can only get smaller as government grows. That's the argument against government expansion. In its simplest form, the argument against government expansion is that it shrinks opportunity for everybody who doesn't work or have anything to do with government.


Let me let me put a point on top of the had told us there when I worked in D.C. and we ran the fire Nancy Pelosi campaign, one of my lieutenants came into my office and said, Herman, we just had a guy max out. Like, I forget what Max out was as like 32000 dollars in a credit card to our Nancy Pelosi campaign. So I immediately called the gentleman to thank him. First thing the gentleman said to me was, I'm a surgeon.


This is going to destroy my business. How come I can only give 32000 bucks? I said, well, it's a it's a federal election. And I said, your wife could give 32 or 60 or whatever it was, and they doubled down. Want to know why, because Obamacare made it illegal for that surgeon in Alaska to expand his his office to add square footage or to add new equipment. If you wanted to add anything, he had to join a hospital union.


That's how savage they are in seeking control and just keep that in mind tomorrow when Biden brags about all the stuff right. And the Biden family from the Biden family to yours, someone in your family, maybe you keep the old family videos, family films, slides stored away someplace. It's time to make those memories accessible again for everyone to see.


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And whenever the family would get together, you'd usher everybody together for posed photos. He's taken candid pictures of them and take slides. He had Super eight film. He had a movie camera and projector, and he was really into it all. Every family has somebody like this in it. Same person, typically self deputized to use the video cam. Now, years later, all those great family movies that have been taken probably stored away someplace. Nobody's seen them.


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Loved that aspect to this program. In his 30 year career, I think that Rush was never more right about something. It was related to Donald Trump and how he seized the Republican nomination with about three words, maybe five. Rush told us that at the time and people scoffed. We'll get into that as we continue to him. And your guide today on the EIB Network. I will build the wall. Donald Trump seized the Republican nomination when he said he was going to build the wall on the southern border.


For years, Rush talked to us about the reality of unfettered illegal immigration and never came from a perspective of hatred, no matter how hard people try to twist that, you know, Rush was disturbed by what he saw, people, young people, children put through coming to this country. Right. And only for the promise of getting in here illegally and the savagery of that trip and this train, one of the eBay eBay Tim Timber's activists, you know, reminding me about this horrible train people rode on top of to get here.


And that if you don't have orderly legal immigration, you end up with this and that bipartisanship in D.C., Rush also talked to us about that, that so often when it was bipartisan in D.C., it was because they were against us. And that's never been more true than with illegal immigration. There were just too many stakeholders benefiting the big unions, benefited the big, big companies, benefited Democrat blue state governors know that every illegal immigrant is cash money because they're counted in census counts and their cash money because so many of them need assistance that it gets begets walking around money for the Bill de Blasio of this world.


And these people are taken advantage of. Next hour, we're going to hear Rush's wisdom on that because the crisis on the border is profound, so profound that Joe Biden is even pretending to have listen to his briefings.


Oh, Todd Hermann, your guide today on the EIB Network.


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Thank you so much for being with me today on the Only EIB Network. It's an honor to be your guide. It's 888 to to. I grabbed myself in the security that these are the days that God has made for us. These are the times in which he's decided we will live. And the challenges we face are immense and we're not the first generation to face some history shows that secular and religious history shows that the crisis at the border is just profound and inhumane.


And it is not the fault of the United States. Oh, there are people who like the crisis at the border. And benefit from the crisis at the border. Plenty of people. I don't think that Rush Limbaugh was ever more right. Then when he analyzed Donald Trump coming down the escalator and announcing he would build the wall. Because Donald Trump stepped on the third rail of American politics, is there so many groups? That have benefited from illegal immigration and lots of them have their offices all around the White House, their lobbying offices and foreign countries benefited from this.


One of the great hot tricks of the Democrats was cornering this as a issue of compassion. Right now, the estimates are there are three thousand two hundred and fifty children who are being detained at the border. I've read estimates that some 20 percent of these kids are trafficked. They're coming here to be with people, not their parents, and brought here by people, not their parents. And that stands to reason to me because in the state of Washington from whence I hail.


Sex trafficking has gone up two thousand percent during Gently's lockdown, 20 percent. And that savage form of slavery needs. Well, what they would think of as new product. And the crisis at the border is something else, as the DHS is seeking volunteers to help with this, this this is legitimately a siege. I read about 10000 detainees in a single day. I think it was the Texas border. We're draining countries of their people. They have determined that the only way to to freedom or health or safety is in this country.


Which leaves behind. Either people who can't leave or are so savage that they're destroying these countries. And I am very fond of pointing out that the United States has five percent of the world's population, we have taken in 20 percent of her peoples. Not everybody can fit on the great lifeboat called America. Nor should they. It's so fascinating to me that the Democrats. Whose sole value, they say, multiculturalism. Don't value it enough to call out some cultures for some mistakes they've made.


In allowing their countries to degrade to the point where people must flee and at the same time are coming to a country ours to place us under enormous financial burden, and please don't tell me that this is just a direct benefit that everybody who comes in works.


That's not what the Democrats are selling. One of their great inventions, and it was a Ted Kennedy invention, was changing our ability to select immigrants to our country based upon what we need in our country and flip that around and we must take everybody.


And it creates an imbalance in the globe. And it creates the belief that, well, at least we can go to America. That's that's that's not compassionate. What are you going to other countries flop and fail is not compassionate and this isn't new. I doubt Biden will address this tomorrow night because he's going to be celebrating pardon me, memorialising covid in the pandemic. But look, Rush has talked about this for years. What we see unfolding on the border, folks, is not new.


If you remember, during the Obama years, the issue of unaccompanied minors was rampant. As Ross himself said. You remember, I guess it'd be three or four years ago now. In the early spring, late winter, early spring, massive numbers of minor children unaccompanied. Were arriving at the southern border, not from Mexico. This is very key to this. They were not coming from Mexico, they were coming from Central America. They were coming from El Salvador and they were coming from Guatemala.


There is a loophole in American immigration law. That says if people from Central America come to the United States from a non contiguous nation, we have to keep them. That's why they were coming from Nicaragua. And El Salvador and Guatemala because of that loophole. If they are seeking asylum, once they get to Mexico, they have it. The first nation they get to after fleeing their war torn native land is where they apply for asylum. They have it in Mexico, the fact that they're waiting and traveling through Mexico to try to get asylum here.


Is one of the many roots of this problem. Now, you have that as a foundational understanding. In other words, they're gaming the system. They know exactly what our laws are and they are trying to circumvent them. And during the Obama administration, they were allowed to and this is the point, it's been going on and I have all these people. It doesn't matter, but you should not use that as a defense of what's happening now. I'm not using it as a defense.


I'm trying to tell everybody that this isn't what it's being made to look like. This is not something where people do care about kids and others don't. It's not about that. This is a political issue. And it has roots in the Democrat Party playbook, as I previously demonstrated, the Democrats have an operating play in their book that says Republicans hate X fill in the blank. Republicans hate women. Republicans hate blacks. Republicans hate kids. Republican staff, kids.


Democrats, of course, love and protect everybody. That's what's playing out here. This is a political battle, and the football in this battle is the kids. Democrats don't care any more about him today than they did during the Obama administration. January 28, 2016, Washington Post. This is over two years ago, Obama administration placed children with human traffickers, Report says. This story is literally devastating. Here's the opening graph, the Obama administration. This is The Washington Post box, and this is during the campaign.


This is before Trump's been elected and that Trump has nothing to do with any of this. OK. The Obama administration failed to protect thousands of Central American children who have flooded across the border since 2011.


Leaving them vulnerable to traffickers and to abuses at the hands of government approved caretakers. A Senate investigation has found. Senator Rob Portman initiated a six month investigation after several Guatemalan teenagers were found in a dilapidated trailer park near Marion, Ohio.


Where they were being held captive by traffickers and forced to work at a local egg farm, the boys were among more than one hundred twenty five thousand unaccompanied minors who have surged into the U.S. since 2000 11. Fleeing violence and unrest in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, it is intolerable. Portman said. That human trafficking, modern day slavery could occur in our own backyard, where were the howls of concern? I ask you, ladies and gentlemen. Senate, it investigated, it found the Obama administration tried to hide it and pretend it wasn't happening, didn't want anybody to find out.


The media certainly didn't care to find out reporting because they were not going to expose Obama to anything. Where was the compassion for the children? Where were all the catcalls that Obama and the country were separating immigrant families, where was all of the concern that we see and hear about today? It wasn't anywhere. It was kept below the radar. It wasn't an issue. This is faux concern Efate a X, this is pretend concern about illegal immigrant kids being separated from their parents.


It I'm telling you folks, it is a manufactured crisis. And it is a political battle, one I don't want the Democrats to win, this is not about kids. It's not that they are just the latest fill in the blank objective. And the Republicans better get in the game on this and not leave Trump isolated because Trump knows what's going on, Trump knows what the effort really is here. Migrant camps create them, refugee camps create them. Eventually bring in the families and let them all have amnesty.


You heard it in Russia's voice as well. How disturbed he was from the human trafficking aspect of this. Let's remind ourselves, as Biden will read from a teleprompter tomorrow night, no questions from the press. Let's remind ourselves that Team Biden shot down. The Department of Homeland Security effort that was specifically designed. To find, capture and remove. Illegal immigrants, many of them gang members involved in human trafficking. That market is developed because the Democrats have left the border porous for a whole host of reasons, I'll give you a glimpse into how upside down this all is.


In an anarchy states we come back and more of Russia's wisdom has taught her.


And your guide today on the EIB Network.


Todd Hermann, your guide today on the EIB Network as we continue to bring forth the wisdom of the Mahat, America's anchorman. In fact, speaking of that. Rush may have been kind of tweaking the, you know, the drive bys when he decided to accept the honor of being America's anchorman and it came true. Like so many other things that Rush said, it came true. I want to get to that next hour because that just occurred to me.


Rush had a Tour de force monologue about this Aunt Jemima thing. Next hour, we're going to talk about race relations and Russia's work in that regard.


What he talked about, the woman who played Aunt Jemima and her history, and he did that with such great style he was proving. That he was America's anchorman, and that's all back in the news because the cancer culture let me gather year round. Sit on up here to Grandpa Herman. I want to talk about immigration, we just heard from from Rasche about this manufactured crisis. It is. And blue state governors and blue state mayors have figured out how to cash in on this, and it is Savitch.


It's savage to the people that they're playing politics with and it's savage to the communities. Let me take you through an experience that my friend Kevin, the cop told me about, and let me give you some numbers, so I'll start with the numbers. It's quite possible. That Washington state has two to three extra congressional representatives maybe to. Because of illegal immigration, because that's counted in the census, definitely Washington state gets extra moneys. That they can bang on grifter projects because of illegal immigration.


So much so. That the so-called King County prosecutor, that is the guy he's he's in charge of the county in which Seattle sits, he is the most impotent politician who has ever lived. His name is his nickname is Heroin Dan Satterberg. He has decreed he said this on public radio, he bragged about it. He will not charge an illegal immigrant with a DUI because it's unfair. Because they might be deported. Here's what Kevin, the cop, told me.


When they pull people over, if it's going to lead to an arrest, it is not uncommon. For the person to say I'm an illegal. To announce it. I'm here illegally. It's not uncommon for them to mock the cops. You can't do anything. What am I going to be in jail a couple hours? You can't make it a felony against me. And what am I going to do a year they'll never put me in prison? Because this is catch and release, they know.


Here's who else knows. The cartels. The. Seattle media. Hey, look, I don't talk about Seattle because I'm from there, it's an example. It's the leftist lab. It's a separate country. It is the first Seattle's the first area to fully secede from the union under the Democrats. Didn't they do that once before? On the backs of people. Seem to recall something about that. In Seattle, when they brag about you can't touch me.


They're right. Because they've been made VIPs. And the cartels know. And there's a great special from Drugs Inc. The talks about the cartels coming to western Washington, to western Washington, media finally has been forced to admit the fact that there are cartel wars here. So when they shift people in. They know that in Anarky states, they can't get pot. They arrested. And if they are arrested, they're out. This has literally resulted. In the deaths of officers.


Multiple times it resulted in one particularly heinous case where an illegal immigrant raped a woman, got as little time in jail because they will not charge them with felonies because then they could go to prison, then they can be detained. They make sure they're out of jail before the magic window when ICE will come to get them. They don't communicate with ice that rapists got out of jail. And went and beat. The woman who raped. And then he fled to Mexico.


When he was let out that the judge gave him a tongue lashing, don't you don't you stay here. In San Francisco. My friend Katie Davis caught post-millennial reports in San Francisco, the city's paying sixteen point one million dollars to home a homeless shelter or homeless people in tents that sixty one thousand per year per tent. I'm not saying those are all illegal immigrants, I'm saying it's the same theories, the walking around money theory. That's the way this stuff works.


So what Russia has described is happening across the country, particularly in these areas. Russia's president on many things, one of the things he was prescient on was cell phones that could be expensive, particularly if you're not watching how much data using Russia discovered the one cell phone company that's paid attention to keeping your monthly cell phone chargers to a dollar a day. It's called pure talk. You shop for the best price you can find on insurance, on home mortgages, on vacation, travel, maybe even cheeseburgers.


I don't know. So why not do the same thing with cellular phone service? Your cell phone number is your own, and who you choose for cellular service is all up to you. One company makes such a compelling offer it's worth thinking about. It's pure talk. They offer you unlimited talk, text and six gigs of data for just thirty dollars a month. And guess what? If you go over on the data, they don't charge you for it.


Pure talk. Compare that monthly price. Thirty dollars a month to your current cell phone bill and you'll see why it makes sense to change. Now, I don't know what your cell phone bill is, but I would wager you that it's 60 bucks or more, maybe a hundred and twenty, maybe seventy five or more. This outfit, Pure Talk, is offering you unlimited talk, unlimited text and six gigs of data for thirty dollars a month. Now, pure talk knows they're in the same business with the likes of AT&T and Verizon and T-Mobile.


In fact, get this. They use the same cell towers of one of the big companies that covers 99 percent of country. They offer superior service. 100 percent of the pure customer support team is right here in America. So you make one phone call to them today. You can start to save money by switching to pure talk. All you do is get your cell phone and dial pound two fifty. Next, you say pure talk. It's that simple.


You'll say fifty percent off your first month. That's pound to five 00 and then say pillow talk. One of the talk, customer service people be right there on the phone to help you. And by the way, it's legit. Thirty dollars a month, unlimited talk, text and six gigs of data. I can remember, you know, you talk to the power of the advertising in this network and the power of building, this is I remember this great story of an author who I remember who told me this on TV.


Ibe, I think it was bull that that Rush had read this book and it loved this book so much to talk about this book.


And they sent a note to the publisher saying, hey, heads up, heads up. Rush is going to talk about your book and the publishers. Like, that's really cool. Thanks. And Bosak. No, no, listen, please were begging you, please, please get your website on a content distribution network. Please do something, bring more service. We're going to crash it. And of course, you're a little bit of ego. Oh, yeah.


All right, guys, I remember the story now just live time. All right, guys, it's going to be fun. And it's James who as James it was Bo with tell me the story. He got this glimmer in his eye. It did crash it.


Oh, the power of what you built with the mahomes taught him in your guide today on the EIB Network.


I just thinking about Rush and how he warned us about how everything if, God forbid, Biden had got into the White House and of course, he's there. And this militarized installation, how so many things around the covid would change. And Rush was right about that. We'll talk about that next hour. The great, unbelievably brilliant monologue about Aunt Jemima, which is it's important to talk about now because race relations are going to be front and center again.


The trial around the officers accused of killing George Floyd is going to be very much in the news. Rush's words are needed here. Let's go to the phones, to old way of talk radio. Back to the phones. Let's talk now to Joe in Brandenburg, Kentucky. Joe, you're on the Rush Limbaugh program. It's Todd Hermann, your guide host today. Hi, Joe.


Hey, how are you doing? They're doing fantastic.


I'm glad you called. What's on your mind, my friend?


Well, personally, I'd like to give my condolences to Katherine and everybody at the EIB and just America in general. We'll miss him. Yeah, thank you.


I was I was thinking, you know, when the first time I was introduced to Rush and it was actually before I even knew anything about politics when I got into elementary school, my my school bus driver in the afternoon on the way home had rush on every day. Wow. So, yeah. And I was actually born in 88. I believe that's the year he went national. All that. But yeah, I do. I credit my bus driver with that.


That's also. Yes sir.


I was actually I was, I'm not a math major anything, but I was doing some, some numbers earlier. Now with this one point nine trillion dollars, just like one trillion. One trillion is 1000 billion. Okay. One billion is a thousand million. All right. There was 328 million. And the population last year, one point nine trillion dollars is enough money to give a million dollars to every person in America. That would be ending poverty.


Sir, that was the money.


I've learned a lesson to never do mental math when I'm when I'm hosting a radio show. So I'm going to trust you with your numbers.


And I'm not saying I'm not saying you're not trustworthy. I just look, I can do mental math, but when I'm hosting a radio show and looking at clocks and fitting in clips, et cetera, I don't do that. But you make a great point. And the point's been made before that, that you if we were to really just boil this down to what this bill is. I'm not afraid to call it a draining of the Treasury personally, because what you just described, where is it going, one point five billion to Amtrak?


How much is it? What's when you when you go to a burger joint in Kentucky, what do you pay for? A hamburger?


A good hamburger. Oh, maybe eight to ten dollars for a good one. OK, on Amtrak, they sold nine dollar microwaveable frozen hamburgers like he'd get at a 7-Eleven. And and Joe, they lose money on those they money.


Our business model sucks. I know it's a brilliant business model, my friend. It's the business model of no business. It's the business model. If we want more money, we take more money. And it's breathtaking to think about the size and scope of this. And then what also concerns me is the media will report the name of this as if it's they will say, the Bush administration's covid bailout or covid relief and none of us for that. So I agree with you.


Think I'm going to check your mental math later? I'm sure you're right. And if if so, it's a great illustration and the point is solid. Thanks for telling us about how you learned about Rush to Joe. I appreciate you very much. Now with that legacy. The bus driver turning Joe, that's death is a cool way to learn about Rush. Here's another way is to take Rush's wisdom from then and to bring it forward. Now, as we talk about covid, as we talk about how it's just been politicized and all of a sudden the World Health Organization says, oh, yeah, all those PCR tests, those are junk.


Don't don't rely on those four cases. And Blue State governor started demanding schools open. All of this is exactly as Rush described it to us. Well, Americans were struggling to pay their mortgages while locked out of work. Joe Biden treated covid like a political issue. And Rush rightly said Joe Biden doesn't know what it is to be a man.


I thought this was profound last night. This is Joe Biden doing a segment on the covid-19 pandemic.


He says we're you know, we're learning to live with it. People are learning to die with it. You folks home will have an empty chair at the kitchen table this morning. That man or wife gone to bed tonight or reaching over to try to touch their out of habit where their wife or husband was is gone learning to live with it. Come on. We're dying with it. Come on. We're dealing with the problem I have with this. Biden is treating this like any other political issue, and it's a mistake to do that.


Nobody nobody wants anybody to die from covid and nobody's doing things to facilitate death. Biden is attempting to say that Trump doesn't care. He doesn't any longer. Trump doesn't think we can stop it. Trump doesn't care. So people are dying. And that's why Trump says we've got to learn to live with it. Biden doesn't understand. If I may be so bold, Biden doesn't know what it is to be a man. There's a reality out there.


There's a virus, there's one of countless viruses out there, most viruses, we do not have a vaccine for most viruses we do not have a cure for. By definition, we still don't have a way to deal with AIDS. We don't have a vaccine for AIDS. We certainly don't have a cure for it. We don't have a cure for the flu. We don't have a cure for the common cold. What do we do? We live with it, we adapt.


We do whatever we have to do. We can't do anything else. We can't, as Trump said, hide in the basement. Leaders sure as hell can't. Trump can't find a room in the residence and just hole up in there until this thing goes away. That's not how men deal with it. And real women, I'm not trying to be gender oriented here. I'm trying to be mature oriented. But what is Biden? What if Biden wants to make it look like Trump's given up, throwing up his hands and frustration?


Trump can't do anything about it. And so you're just you're going to die? No, that's not at all. Trump is working as hard as anybody with others who aren't working as hard as anybody to do what can be done to stop a virus. But the dirty little secret is nobody's got the answer. We're working hard, all kinds of people are sacrificing time and money and effort to come up with a vaccine, a therapeutic.


And we're making great strides. We're making great headway. Look at how quickly Trump was able to recover. It means it can be done. Biden wants to take that, he doesn't care. I don't even know if Biden even knows what Trump means when he says we've got to live with it. I really don't. I don't know if a liberal man knows.


What we have to learn to live with, it means if they think like Biden does, that we have to give up and we don't care who dies, they haven't the slightest idea about maturity, about limitations.


There's nothing there's not a single thing Joe Biden could do differently that would have made a hell of a difference, any kind of a difference in what we're doing with covid-19 and how we are advancing it and how we are dealing with solutions to it. There's not a damn thing Joe Biden knows or anybody else on the Democrat side. There's nothing any of them could do differently. So they have to resort to Trump doesn't care. Trump doesn't care if you die.


Well, I do that vacant chair next to you at the breakfast table.


The mature way to react to this is we are learning to live with it. That's why we have to reopen. We cannot continue to keep massive American cities responsible for so much of our economy shut down. We cannot run away from this. We cannot keep the schools shut down. None of this is dealing with it further shutdowns, further lockdowns don't advance anything. They just delay the inevitable. And what's the inevitable dealing with it? What's the inevitable living with it?


We live with the flu. We live with cancer. We live with all kinds of terminal diseases. We do not run and cower in the corners. Why do we want to run and cower in the corner from covid-19? Because it's a political issue where people like Joe Biden in the media think they can destroy Donald Trump over it. Think of all the things in our daily lives that harm us. How many of them do we fail to live our lives?


Because how many of us never leave home? How many of us never go do this or that because of potential deadly dangers outside? But yet covid-19 why? We need to we need to hunker down. We need to we need to lock down. We need to we need to shut down. We need to we need to we need to come to grips with dying with it. And I hate this pessimism. I hate this negativism. These people want to force on us.


I hate this can't do it ism that they are trying to permeate our culture with. They are not who we are as Americans. The left's way of dealing with this stuff is not the American way of dealing with it. Biden running around talking. We're learning to die with the virus. No, we're learning to live with it. We're learning what we have to do to live with it.


We're learning what the options are if we want to actually live instead of hunkering down in a basement, putting the most brilliant remarks about Biden's approach to this that anyone's ever going to hear and to state right out front. Joe Biden may not know how to be a man is brilliant. I know that there's breathless anticipation in Limbaugh audience. We'll come back with the corrected mathematics on the one point nine trillion dollar alleged Coppabella.


That's coming up as taught him in your guide on the EIB Network. Todd Hermann, your guide today on the EIB Network, we did the math. I've learned the lesson and talkradio. I don't do mental math while doing a radio show because there's more math involved in hosting than you'd think, time clocks, et cetera, which can fit into a segment. So the gentleman from Kentucky gave us something to correct it for the one point nine trillion dollar bailout that would be about 5137 dollars per person if you were just to hand it to them.


Of course, it's 4500 bucks and only going to some. I did a little bit of extra math. I was just thinking about like, let's take a subset, so let's remove the kids. Maybe people are outside of an income tax range. And let's just let's just focus on 50 million Americans. You could give 50 million Americans 38000 dollars or. Well, I mean, I guess if I was going to be maybe I should just subtract murderers.


Since the Democrats decided they wanted 4500 bucks to go to the Boston bomber and Dylann Roof, right. Maybe just if we just subtracted the people who shouldn't have gotten anything. Also, be interesting to calculate what percentage of this money is borrowed. I guess it would be about four, four cents for force instead of a dime, 40 cents on the dollar. I think we're borrowing now. Remember back when Obama's treasury guy, Tim Geithner, pretended that for six months the United States can borrow any money?


I'm sure Biden addressed just that tomorrow. Coming up, Rush will take us through. I'm I'm not kidding when I to ask you to get your kids to hear this segment where Rush talks about the true story of a woman named Nancy Green, the first Aunt Jemima. It's remarkable what's been done to her family in a in a nasty way, in my judgment, from from PepsiCo stock to George in Lynchburg, Virginia. George, you're on the Rush Limbaugh program.


You have experience with this this terribly dangerous, this deadly drug, this hydroxy chloroquine. Did you make it through? Are you OK? Did you survive the hydroxy chloroquine?


Well, first. Hello, Todd. You know, we love you in Lynchburg. We miss Rush so much. But it helps when you play clips from his past shows. It's timeless wisdom like the Bible doesn't grow old. You were talking about immigration. You know, when I'm in Third World countries and I've been in Nepal, Malaysia, Kenya and Uganda in the last four years and I'm asked by nearly everyone, how can I get into America? But, you know, America can't absorb the world's poor.


It's better if you want to help that we just help people live successfully where they are. You know, regarding Hadrosaur Clark, when Trump was right about quadrature chloroquine and I think the problem with it is it's so cheap and that Big Pharma must be owned by them and must own a factory as well. We've been using it. Well, go back. My group went to Uganda after Idi Amin was overthrown in 1979 and the rivers were so full of bodies made it clear that the crocodiles weren't even bothering them.


And we've been working to repair the damage of tyranny since 1985. And we we've been taking drugs for chloroquine since 1985.


So let me just stop for a second and let me thank you for that. That beautiful mission, that dangerous mission. But be sure you can continue with the call, because Hydroxy Clark is CNN has told us it's deadly. Are you sure you're OK? It's harmless.


And if it's it and it's cheap, it's warded off everything that I've ever come in contact with since 1985. And and I get my supply from Canada.


And I have to say when I order it, that I'm not taking a Percovich plant, taking it because you just you know, it's it's malaria.


It's an anti malaria drug because I'm going back down there. Do you ever now I know that President Trump, he really was correct about Hydroxycut. Did you ever drink that pool? Are the the aquarium cleaner? Because that was a that's a different hydroxy. Did you ever try that?


I don't think, you know, there's a woman. No, no. There was a woman who turned out to have been a Democrat kind of agitator type who had gone to the press and said, my boyfriend, he heard Trump say Hydroxycut, Clinton. And he took some and it turned out to be aquarium cleaner. I just I look at the politicizing of this and what CNN was willing to do to say. Breaking news on CNN. Donald Trump has suggested that people inject bleach into their lungs using a syringe.


It's just so politicized. George, appreciate the phone call. Thank you for recognizing the work that the team EIB has done to make sure Rush's wisdom is still with us. And God bless you for that beautiful mission that you and your family went on.


Glad you're safe. We'll come back on the EIB Network. Todd Hermann, your guide today.


Of all the great nicknames Rush accepted, I think he named himself mayor of Real Ville, the Mahat. All knowing, all seeing, all carrying Maharshi, America's truth detector and America's anchorman. We're going to give you an example. Tied to current day events with race relations being back up now in the spotlight given to the jury selection in the trial, the officers are accused of killing George Floyd and PepsiCo, disappearing Aunt Jemima and other companies disappearing. You know, what was it to the land of lakes disappearing?


The native woman that they had in the canoe, all the disappearing of these people from this products because of. That's racism, Rush just delivered a masterclass on why maybe, just maybe, he was trolling the drive bys by accepting the nickname America's Anchorman and so many things that he lampooned came true. And when he would he during the zeal that the drive bys had, they were so happy this that the of was being a race because that will solve racism.


Rush came with the complete story. And the way he tells this just reminds us of how much will miss him. As race relations are back in the news, he honored this woman. Please have your kids, your kids hear this. That's coming up. Todd Hermann, your guide today on the EIB Network.


It's just such an honor to be with you on this program, on this network and the work that this team has done to take Russia's indelible wisdom and allow me to help wind it into and compare it to today's events as this is the day the Lord has made. These are the times in which God decided we will live. I will tell you that I think God was the first first actual antiracist, not not in the social justice sense. He made all of us.


That's my view. And to the secular portion of this, racism is being taught in schools. It's being taught that if you're white, you're racist, you can become an ally, but you can't be not racist because it's in your DNA with Disney pulling Dumbo, The Aristocrats and Peter Pan. Off the shelves, because the racist and the attack on Dr. Seuss, despite him writing a book that actually decried racism. History is is not racist, it can't be it's history, it's what was its educational unless it's taken from us, it can be our guide on things not to do unless it's stolen from us.


Aunt Jemima was a real person. And Rush Limbaugh may have been he may have been trolling the drive bys when he accepted the nickname America's Anchorman, but man, it came true. And we're going to continue this discussion is ongoing this week about race and chancel culture of racist stereotypes. I want to relive with you a reason why Rush was, in fact, America's anchorman, as he tells us the incredible story of a woman named Nancy Green, whom we all knew as the now cancelled Aunt Jemima.


Yeah, that's right, folks.


I don't know if you've heard or not, but Quaker Oats has decided they're going to get rid of and Jemima pancake mix in and the syrup and they're going to do it before anybody pressure them to do. I'm not sure somebody may have pressured them to do it. The and Jemima person is a real person. But here's the story. Aunt Jemima brand to change name, remove image that Quaker says is based on a racial stereotype.


Now, this brand and Jemima pancake mix and syrup, 130 year old brand, and it features a black woman named Aunt Jemima, who was originally dressed as a minstrel character and then as a domestic cook and maid.


But I don't think people know who Jemima was. There was actual real person, and I have it here somewhere. But wait till you hear her story. And when you hear how Quaker Oats made her wealthy and rich and she is a former slave and Jemima was a former slave, a real one, not a descendant.


And what has happened is, is that Quaker Oats has announced today that they're going to bring home the brand and Jemima brands are going to get a new name and they're going to remove the image of Aunt Jemima because Quaker Oats says it's all based on a racial stereotype.


So I don't know if Black Lives Matter demanded this or if Quaker Oats is getting out ahead of the curve.


I wouldn't be surprised if it's the latter. How many of you are getting to the point where you're just throwing your hands up? Look, let's get rid of anything that upsets anybody and then can we shut up? How many are getting to that point? Get rid of anything that upsets you except you and I won't be able to do that. But I mean, the people that are permitted to have grievances. There are only a certain number of people allowed to have grievances against America.


You understand that we white supremacists are not allowed to have grievances because we are the grievance white supremacists.


What an absolute crock. White privilege. I'll take white privilege is liberal elites, they're the ones that have white privilege when you want to know what white privilege is, just think of Hollywood, Silicon Valley, New York, Washington, liberal elites, because that's white privilege. That's how it's utilized. That's how it is manipulated. And is this is white supremacy. But anyway, I digress.


While we have to get Aunt Jemima, black Americans have, I think, had robust success in a number of ways. You know something else Shelby Steele says, in case you haven't noticed, I dig Shelby Steele. I have quoted from Wall Street Journal columns of his over the course of this program for years. And he's raised a very he can say this. I couldn't say this. He can say and by the way, he is a target of the Black Lives Matter.


And, you know, Shelby Steele comes out of the Malcolm X generation, Malcolm X, big guy to Shelby Steele. That's how he traces his racial lineage. But he makes the point that he doesn't understand why the American left doesn't find the truly achieved and highly successful African-Americans and put them on pedestals as role models for younger blacks to follow instead of bad actors, foul language rappers, people who have been accused of sexual abuse.


He says the wrong message is sent. He doesn't understand why people like himself or Clarence Thomas or Thomas Sowell and the list is long. Not only are they not held up as examples and role models, they are ridiculed, they are ruined. They're called sellouts. And he's exactly right that it's such a disservice to young people who don't think they have a chance for success. The reason that they are accused of being sellouts, by the way, how do they try to destroy Clarence Thomas before they dredged up and found Anita Hill somewhere?


They tried to say that Clarence Thomas, the only reason, the only reason he succeeded because white people accepted him and he knew that he had to make that happen. So he gravelled and Clarence Thomas sucked up and he sold out his blackness to John Danforth and he became a Stepin Fetchit. So no black success outside of affirmative action was permitted. Thomas didn't use it. That was held against him, was also held against him, that if you're a young black and you somehow have white champions, in this case, John Danforth, then you're a sellout.


And that's how people like that are destroyed. I'm telling you, things could be so much better for so many young African-Americans if the role models would just change.


But that's not for us to decide, folks.


So we have here a woman named Richet Richardson, associate professor of African-American literature at Cornell's Africana Studies and Research Center, who got her doctorate and taught it to university. She told The Today Show today that the Aunt Jemima image is an image that harkens back to the antebellum plantation. And Jemima is that kind of stereotype is premised on this idea of black inferiority and otherness and that it is urgent to expunge our public spaces of a lot of these symbols that for some people are triggering and represent terror and abuse.


Aunt Jemima triggers terror and abuse. It's not the pancake mix, Mr certainly it is the image. So I found out a little bit about the actual person who Quaker Oats used way back when they created this brand. Her name's Nancy Green. The original Aunt Jemima was Nancy Green. She's a former slave 130 years ago now, and that's how old the brand is. Former slave. She was a cook. She was an activist. She was a renowned storyteller on stage with an audience.


She was the first of several black models hired to promote a corporate trademark. She had an amicable personality and talent as a cook, one of the families that she cooked for was the Charles Walker family of Chicago at the time, a very prominent family.


Whose children grew up to be a Chicago circuit court judge and a doctor. She had a no visible role in raising the children of Charles Walker and having that relationship helped establish the brand of Aunt Jemima because the Walkers loved her. And when she was hired, they helped spread the word about her getting this job. She was offered by Quaker Oats, a lifetime contract to become Aunt Jemima and to promote the pancake mix. This marked the beginning of a major promotional push by the company that included thousands of personal appearances.


There was all kinds of Aunt Jemima merchandising. Nancy Green Aunt Jemima helped organize the Olivet Baptist Church. Her career allowed her the financial freedom to become an activist and to engage in anti-poverty programs. She was well paid. She was one of the first black missionary workers. She used her stature as a spokesperson to become a leading advocate against poverty and in favor of equal rights for all people, all people in Chicago.


So by embracing her now and removing her image from the syrup bottle, the Quaker Oats Company has kowtowed to the flaming leftists and black activists who say that the image is based on racial bias. And it might, because of all the other sensitivities that have been raised. It might offend people now, but prejudicial and racist, I mean, she was a successful endorser. She was a successful model. She had a prominent role in the establishment of a brand that became leading in its category.


I'll bet you this professor is Richet Richardson, whatever, I bet this woman does not mention or maybe even know who Nancy Greene was and her contributions to real change and reform and upward mobility and the things that she did for real people. No, no, no, no, no, no.


Quaker Oats can do what they want. Don't misunderstand. I just there's always a truth behind the misconception of news disseminated by the drive bys. Well, you're going to be waiting a long time for Paul Newman to be removed from spaghetti sauce and salad dressing because that's his company and his company. He may have assumed room temperature, but why is Paul Newman trigger you? Oh, he reminds you of white gangsters and you're scared. OK, Mr. Snowden is a Paul Newman triggers.


It was the Sting movie that got you, right? Yeah.


Yeah, I can understand that. Understand that.


OK, well, I'm saying you're going to be dreaming long and hard for Paul Newman to remove the spaghetti sauce salad. And don't forget the popcorn.


In four minutes of a 10 minute clip, Rush Limbaugh told America more about Nancy Green and Aunt Jemima than all of the Mockingbird's combined will continue to discuss race, which played Rush today, talking about the soft bigotry of low expectations. I will give you a shining, actually very depressing example of that, but something we can learn from your phone calls, 800 to eight to 22.


It's taught her and your guide today on the EIB Network.


We heard earlier Rush talk about Obamacare and the myth of shovel ready jobs and all this money that the Democrats love to hand out as it eats away at the pie of Americans in the economic pie. Just an update. Congress has just approved a one point nine trillion dollar spending orgy that has about nine percent of the dollars or so tied to covid. But I see that the Mockingbird's are dutifully calling it a covert relief and celebrating it. So I'm sure we'll talk about that tomorrow.


Biden's apparently going to sign that on Friday. We've also been talking about race relations. We'll get to more of Russia's wisdom on that and and some real life examples of how the soft bigotry of low expectations just just absolutely puts people at risk, particularly black people. First of all, to take a phone call. Where's the truck driver in Ogden, Utah. Less you're on the Rush Limbaugh program. Tadamon filling in as your guide today. Hi, West.


Well, hey, Todd. It's good to be here. Great to have you, sir. I love Ogden. Welcome.


The first time I've ever called Miss Rush, my condolences to his family and Kathryn on his tragic loss was tragic.


I understand your grandpa turned you on to him, is that right? Yes, my grandfather turned me on to him when he was on television and in the early 80s.


Yes, I also grew up in Sacramento, California. Sources familiar with him, I never really listened to him until my grandfather turned me on to him. And, you know, I was a liberal. You know, I was a Democrat. And, well, you know, he convinced me. I really started looking at things. And, yeah, I've been a conservative ever since. Well, God bless Rush for that.


That's awesome. Amen to that. The reason I was calling is I get the arguments with some of my liberal friends about how our constitutional rights are being violated with everything going on with the Catholic culture today. Yeah. And I just I don't know how to respond to them anymore. You know, that's just infuriating. You know, I was growing up on on Dr. Seuss. Yeah. Disney and all these things that are just being pulled because they're offending somebody and so they're just canceling them.


And, you know, I think, well, that's our First Amendment right, you know, at somebody's First Amendment right that created that form of art that's just being destroyed now. And it seems to be OK. What's going to be next right now? And how do you respond to these people that are just oblivious to it, that seem OK with it?


Well, I think when people are that far lost that they don't recognize what's actually happening, it's very frustrating. And the Democrats are very clever because they have joined forces with Silicon Valley to disappear this book and that book and to disappear. This article about Hunter Biden in that article about Hunter Biden. And I think what I might say to your friends is I think I might reframe it a little bit and I might say something along the lines of, well, I guess we're just different.


I just I guess I trust myself to read between the lines and to study and source material. And I understand that you you know, you sort of need some handholding. So, you know, I guess if that's an issue of safety for you and you need some handholding and maybe some screening to make sure that you aren't confronted with things that that caused you to have to do that sort of research, I get it. I mean, you're busy and it's very scary to be confronted with information that that, you know, might just fall outside the realm of comfort.


So if it's a comfort zone thing for you and you just like people to read that stuff for you, maybe one of the things you should look into is having people preto your food because that you can find glass in your in fact, I'll preach you some of your food for you and they're going to have them looking at you like you want to. Well, no, I mean, it's just an issue of danger because you might well run into a piece of glass.


I could run into it. So why don't I look, give me and take him out to lunch and then chew some of their food and spit it on their plate and say, there you go. I can tell you there's no glass in that.


Well, absolutely not.


When are we going to stop, you know, governing and creating policy based on everybody's feelings and get back to governing based on fact? And what's the tuition exactly?


And look, here's another thing, West. And let me let me let me just use a real life example, OK? I want to have a real life example for you. It's a little bit different. Ogden I'm going to talk to folks here about something that's that's happened once again in Seattle, not because I'm trying to make it a Seattle show just because it's where I grew up around. So, Russell, what's I want to thank you for the phone call and just know that you've inspired this comment.


Yes, there is my friend Jason Rantz at my radio station. He has an exclusive article about how a bunch of bigwig leftist politicians and agitators have kept a kid out of prison. And he's not I mean, look, I'm all in on trying to redeem kids and trying to keep them out of the system. And second chances and maybe third chances, but not like this. This is a tale of the soft bigotry of low expectations and intelligence meeting each other.


I'm going to guess this kid is very intelligent because he's he's observed this environment and what he can get away with it. He's getting away with it. And the soft bigotry of low expectations is racism on display. This kid's name is is Jackson. So is Jackson. Shannon. He's now 16. When he was 14, he did a bunch of crime in three days, three days, two counts of drive by shooting, attempting to loot a police office.


That police vehicle hit and run attended by the attempted vehicle, unlawful possession of a firearm in the second degree, attempted robbery in the first degree, robbery in the first degree, two counts, assault in the second degree. Those happened over the course of three days when he was 14. The liberals have attempted to keep him out of jail and out of prison, Jackson kept doing crimes. He was recently arrested for a violent carjacking attempt whereby, understand, he put a pistol in a person's face.


This according to what I've read from Jason Ran's. When he was arrested. He was wearing. A no youth jail T-shirt. That is the brand. Of one of the groups that has kept this young man out of jail. This young man so dangerous to his community now I'm betting. Jacqui's really clever and smart. He knows he's got it made there. Because a bunch of liberals are saying to black people, we know you can't control your impulses.


This is what they're saying. Well, look, let's just face it, black people can't control themselves. We can't hold black people responsible for crimes. Further, Americans are being told that everything you what's already been stolen by white people, go take it. We got your back. The tragedy is Jakon, a child. Is a human soul, he has promise, but he is now putting himself into the pattern of criminality that's so hard to get out of because people get jazzed by it.


I mean, you're beating the system. In this case, Chacon's actually participating with the system. We'll get more of Rush's great wisdom as we continue.


And your phone calls tot Herman, your guide today on the EIB Network. Yes, indeed.


And let's bring that right for them to start by just paying off what is said to us from Ogden. He originally called asking about how to convince liberals that their rights are being lost in the disappearance of books, et cetera, is bad for them. And and I took this occasion to say, well, look, there is a case of this young man who's 16 years old. He's been allowed to continue committing crimes in these these white liberals in Seattle.


And some non-white activist agitators have kept this kid out of prison despite the fact he's got to be rehabilitated. Or one day a criminal life like this will end in a violent death. It's almost statistically certain. And he's been told his whole life by white power brokers in Seattle you were stolen from. The only way to get ahead is to take either the government takes for you or you take. This is the message in West Coast cities, Los Angeles and San Francisco and and in some East Coast cities and Midwest cities like Chicago.


This is this is part of the hustle of convincing these kids, look, you're already a victim and we're not going to put you in prison because, you know, we don't do that. And he's arrested for for a violent carjacking attempt. He's wearing a no youth jail T-shirt. He's saying, I get it, guys, you can't touch me. He's been sold victimhood. You're a victim, fight back, go steal, go take. So he's a clever kid, he's looked at his environment, said, I can get away with this.


Installing in your mind that you are a victim is one of the things Rusch warned us against, life can be unfair. One of the many core lessons Roshe taught us. Life can be unfair. Life can and will be hard. If you name yourself a victim, you're going to put yourself in a bad place to get out of that. And because this program rushes was the largest radio show ever. Every single day was the largest town halls in history.


And this meant Rush, talking about race relations or anything else could take a great breath of human beings and enjoy hearing about their intelligence guided by experience. And Rush did that. He really enjoyed this conversation with Marietje, a female minority CEO.


Here's Marie in Dayton, Ohio. Glad you waited.


And welcome to the program. Hi. Hi. Thank you for having me. I'm a first time caller, and I just wanted to say that. I am not a victim, I am a minority, I don't believe in victimhood, but racism does exist and it comes from the Democratic Party. A lot of people miss this. Elizabeth Warren said during the debate that she said that we need to pay people more so we can pay the black and brown people who do this work when she was referring to child care work.


Right. And what that tells me is that she believes that black and brown people are the ones that do that work when there's white people that do honorable and good work of child care, that brown and black people are also entrepreneurs. And it's our persistence and that perseverance and our belief in a strong work ethic and our belief in the American dream that helps us overcome and become business owners. And I myself, I mean, I I was fired from my company and I bought the company that fired me two years later.


But it wasn't because they just admitted, know, you just can't flash that bias. You were fired by a company and you bought it two years later. How did you do that?


Well, it was a fluke. I never thought I'd be CEO of the company. I was selling medical diagnostic equipment to diagnose dizziness, concussion and traumatic brain injuries. And I was fired because they said ironically, they said, I'm making too much money because I'm not educated, I'm not a doctor, and doctors should be selling to doctors. I shouldn't be making that kind of money. I was straight commission, and so they fired me. And at that time, I was a single mom with four kids minority.


But I didn't say I'm a victim or it's a it's a crime from the white man. So I went out and I worked and I worked my butt off. And then I started another company and I earned enough money that when they found out how well I was doing, they called and they said, hey, are you interested in investing? And I said, interested in investing. Well, let me take a look at the book.


So your point is your point. You're a minority business owner. You have actually minority. Yeah. You've actually purchased a company and fired you. And and but you still think the Democrats still think that you're too stupid to do anything but menial work.


Exactly. And that's what they say. If you listen to the debate, you listen to everything they say. They think you're too stupid. You need the government to help you because they might.


Exactly. Because they pander to you. That's exactly you said she said it. She's a minority businesswoman. She said it. That's exactly how the Democrat Party looks at minorities as incapable. You know what the biggest problem is? The soft bigotry of low expectations. And that's what the Democrat Party in the American left does to minorities. One of the worst things, if you're a parent and you have kids, one of the worst things you can do is have low expectations of them and tell them that.


If you expect great things from them, that's motivating. And it can become self-fulfilling, but if you have low expectations, and that's exactly the Democrats are built on that philosophy, the soft bigotry of low expectations, you can't do much, you can't do it on your own. You can't do it without us. But it's not just minorities that the Democrats treat that way. It's a whole lot of their voter base.


It's how they look. That's the preferred constituency people.


Who just can't do much on their own, and it's obvious here, if she's offended as hell by that and I've given what she's done, I totally understand.


I'm glad you called. Thank you so much. So what are the great tragedies of the Obama era? Was how many stories are there like this?


This pretense that the left is shoving down the halls of Americans, kids that we are is irreparably racist, that we're structurally racist, that they continue to teach and magnify and repeat this and propagandize it with with help from the Mockingbird media, propagandizing the great evil of of of being a this country and of your white skin. That's that's not taught maybe in your cities yet. But it will come. It's being inserted in all the schools. How many stories truly I mean, you and I together right now, we're the greatest, largest radio audience in history, courtesy of Russia's great talent.


And in this audience. I would imagine there's hundreds of thousands of Maries. Who could tell the story, what are the great tragedies? Was Barack Obama chose not to broadcast that? He chose not to make an example of that. He chose instead to racially agitate if he had a son, he'd look like Trayvon Martin. Well, he might have looked like him. And your daughters went to a very exclusive school. The most exclusive school. In D.C..


Well, you saw fit to do away with charter schools. So that other kids who looked like your kids might have the advantage of not being stuck in government schools, which aren't they're not public schools, the government schools, Barack Obama could have done that. Joe Biden could do this. The Democrat Party could do this. The Republican Party did it. One of the most remarkable nights I remember and I remember Rush talking about this and President Trump hitting it out of the park during the virtual convention, they raised the voices of people.


Black people, some who had been behind bars and were redeemed and redeemed then themselves, some who'd never been behind bars but experienced racism. And they rose above it and became dynamic successes. There's these examples you can share, Obama could have done this. But something else was more important. Obama could have spoken about urban gang violence, instead, he pointed at my AR 15 in your your 30 10. Because the mission wasn't to lift people. The mission was to tell people.


I. Well, hand down to you. The scraps of substance of sustenance. You have a subservient living, just enough to stay where you're at voting for us. But the media pretended that it was Rush Limbaugh, the racist remarkable. It's some more of your phone calls in more of Russia's words as we continue. Todd Hermann in on the EIB Network.


I really just want you to know the amount of work that goes on behind the scenes to put this program together. It's mine is the least of it. The team, EIB behind the scenes who build these programs for you as we bring Russia's words into the modern day news. It's just a labor of love. So please be thankful in your hearts for that. Stuck to Kim Rockport, Maine, Cumia on the Rush Limbaugh program. Todd Hermann, your guide today on Idei Kim Day.


Todd. You guys are terrific. You're doing a great job. I love the title guide. Yeah, I know. I know what sort of pain you're going through because I'm going through it with you. Yeah, I tuned in on the 17th and I at the top of the show and the theme music came on and then Rush usually comes in, you know, a voiceover and he didn't. And there was a little bit of dead air. And then Catherine came on.


Yeah, and I know. Right away what the deal was. Yeah, and I began to weep a little bit, but I listened very carefully and I replayed it a couple of times. And as soon as she was finished, I'm 74, I've got three great grandchildren and too many of them, as we used to say, I went online. I bought three sets of Russia's Rush Revere books. I already said for myself, but I bought three sets and I'm sending them off to my grandchildren.


Now, they're two girls, three one boy. Just coming up on four. But at this point in your life, you start to think about what you are going to pass along of your wit and wisdom and whatever else you might be valuable to your grandchildren. I never thought about it. It's kind of a new experience for me.


And you gave them brushes, books full set for each of the grandchildren. And I wrote them a letter. I'd like to read, yeah. We don't have time to read the letter and rush to rule, Russia will never let the callers read on the air because it's harder. He used to say, I'm a trained broadcast professional. So he would do that. You said so much already, Kim. And I can hear in your voice the pain that you're in.


And let me just tell you this. I know that Catherine, because she told me so well when we did an interview together, labored over those books so much. She loved them so much and Russia enjoyed doing the voices. You've given your your grandkids an enormous gift. And I just really am glad you got through today to communicate that to us. Thank you so much, Kim, for that. And God, just just God, just give you comfort me.


I appreciate you being part of the EIB. Listen to family all these years. And you spoke of books. And in Russia's love of education, Rush spoke about Hillsdale College with such high regard because they saw the world the same way Russia did. Hillsdale professors in leadership. No, not to take our freedom and liberties for granted. And they share that message in their teaching. Even if you never visit their campus in Russia. Explain that to you and I in a number of ways, folks.


You have an opportunity to learn a lot about our freedoms and just how much they're under assault these days. And, you know, American liberty and freedom is not just to say we're free and freedom is defined as such. American liberty and freedom are the kind of liberty and freedom that required blood to be sacrificed, lives to be sacrificed. The kind of freedom that way too many Americans take for granted has to be fought for constantly. It's not the natural way to exist because of power mad individuals.


It's the natural way we're created. Human beings yearn to be free, but there are people that want to put the kibosh on that and it has to be fought for. Hillsdale College specializes in teaching about American freedom and liberty. They've been defending and explaining American freedom for 175 years, their entire existence. The topic is a cornerstone of the teaching. It happens at Hillsdale no matter the time of year. It's a year round. It's that important. Now, one of the ways they do it, they have a monthly speech digest called him Prima's, that they publish five million subscribers.


It's free. You'd never see these speeches. You're never able to read these words if Hillsdale did not compile them together. They choose one speech every month to transcribe and share with the people that care in written form. Gives you another point of view. They're all oriented toward freedom and liberty and how precious it is. If you'd like to subscribe to him, Primus, it's easy to do because it's free online. Sign up at Rush for Hillsdale Dotcom.


That simple rush for Hillsdale Dotcom Rush is his voice in so many ways to help so many businesses grow. Businesses he believed in in enterprises he believed in, like Hillsdale College. I'll come back and we're going to tell you really something very cool tomorrow that we're going to do that. Rush was so far ahead of his time on this.


We'll get to that when we come back. It's Todd Hermann, your guide. On the EIB Network today. On May 13th, 2015, Rush Limbaugh said that liberals had rediscovered an old communist theory on poverty in DNA and he was right. He also talked about something called Lysenko ism and that five years ago now, six years ago, Rush predicted some of the techniques that Democrats and bureaucrats and technocrats like Tony Fauci would use to politicize this virus, as I see it.


Every time we do these programs and hear from people with great tributes to ration and and how people came that we heard about bus drivers bringing people to Rush and grandpas and families, and we've had several people say, how can we educate people about the importance of the rights? Let's start with the promise that you and I together will talk to the next generations about the importance of recognizing that our rights come from God Almighty, because if they don't come from God Almighty.


They're not right. Their allowances. Allowances can be taken and given. They're human caused. And the great American experiment stems from God given rights, unalienable even. Can't be taken. And maybe Russia would approve of that sort of teaching. I mean, are the Revere books, it's been an honor to be your guide today is Todd Hermann. For the EIB Network, in a noisy, stressful world, quiet is the most valuable commodity, and the cabin of every Lincoln vehicle is designed with this principle in mind.


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