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Welcome to today's edition of the Rush Limbaugh Show podcast. It is an incredible honor to be with you today as your guide as we continue this incredible process that Team EIB has put together to take Rush Limbaugh's enduring wisdom and compare it against today's news cycle on today, a day that the Lord has made in these times in which God has decided we will live. It's one year. It is one year to the day that the so-called World Health Organization and the CDC called covid a pandemic.


And there are suspiciously similar approaches to this and global warming. We'll talk about that. That's fixing. It is more money for them and less freedom for us. Seems very, very suspicious, suspiciously similar. And I happen to think that God is pro freedom because, well, we're free. You could have built us robots and he didn't want to kick this off with something that Kevin McCarthy said the second, a real quick soundbite. I want to do a little sandwich here, McCarthy.


I'm going to give you my view and then we're going to top this off with four minutes and 15 seconds of the mahat. And you will see how he grasped the big picture at all times, this audio sound bite here is Kevin McCarthy listening to this.


So let's be clear, this isn't a rescue bill. It is it a relief bill. It's a laundry list of left wing priorities that predate the pandemic and do not meet the needs of American families. No wonder even House Democrats have said they are embarrassed by what is in it.


So that's the House minority leader and it's a decent statement. And there's more that I wish I had heard and would continue to hear and I hope to hear one day from some of the office holders on the so-called conservative side of the Republican side, we're one year into this. Here's a couple of things we've learned. The so-called World Health Organization and the CDC are more than happy to completely depart from 100 years of evidence based, scientifically rigorous learnings about viruses like this, such as don't lock down the healthy population, it's counterproductive.


It's their own documents have said this is counterproductive. So don't do it, masks don't work, we learned that in the Spanish flu. And all the evidentiary data shows that, but they're happy to depart from that on a dime all of a sudden. We've learned in this year that the Mockingbird media and by that I mean media members who repeat and amplify without a ounce of skepticism, the words of technocrat's statists and leftists, we've learned they can magically turn together on a dime from a stance of this virus from China to suddenly it's racist to say that Orangeman.


From this is less deadly than the flu for people who are below the age of 60 and instead, you know, somewhat healthy to know this is the walking dead and then turn from that rhetoric to peaceful riots are safe from the virus all at once. We watched that happen. Quite a bit of learning for us to have. We've learned that an upper respiratory virus with a ninety nine point eight, seven percent survival rate, that's all in that includes people who for whom this virus can be really serious.


We've learned that's an excuse now for a lot of technocrats to float the idea of a lock down every two years.


Of small businesses and churches and schools. Because of the weather. Because of the what was it it was it was global cooling, acid rain, and now it's it was global warming. Now it's a climate catastrophe.


To lock us down every two years, the writing about it. They're speaking it. We've learned that two Democrats and their technocrat partners and technocrats can be Tony Foushee is a technocrat, in my judgment, part grifter, part technocrat. Jack Dorsey's a technocrat, Bill Gates has become wildly technocratic. It's really disconcerting to me because I was blessed to work at Microsoft. I don't know what happened to Bill. We've learned that the Democrats and their technocrat partners, they consider are little tiny human desires for freedom and to earn our own living and to have our kids mentally healthy and to attend our bitterly clinging churches, they they find those freedoms bothersome.


What it's done by us. I mean, their freedoms are sacrosanct. We've learned something else, and that is that in a public health emergency, even when it lacks emergency status. Democrat governors will seize that opportunity to employ tyranny. And to set up things like now states are having to bribe the teachers unions to come back and this so-called covid relief bill. This one point nine trillion dollar spending orgy. Has almost nothing to do with covid in all to do with public unions.


And like teachers unions and incorrupt so-called companies like Amtrak. And this is on the backs of the American people. Now, that's what we've learned. Now, of course. As he always did, Rush Limbaugh saw the big picture that surrounded the covid flu and everything else, and as the Sullivan group has verified, Rush was almost always right, ninety nine point eight percent of the time on this, Rush Limbaugh was exactly right. I just can't look at this as an isolated thing.


I have to put it in context of everything that I know has happened in the last four years. And finally, something has come along that is accomplishing every thing, every enemy of Donald Trump and the US has wanted to accomplish for the last four years. And where did it come from? It came from China. And who has been warning us about the giant comms for longer than anybody else, and that would be Donald Trump, he was right about them.


He has been right about them. And it just look, I know that there's a lot of people genuinely scared out there. I know there are a lot of people really, really scared out there. And that would be futile on my part to try to talk people out of that. I wouldn't even try.


But all I can tell you is I'm not. And maybe tell you why, as I say, I have a different perspective on this than many do.


You can't blame people reacting the way they're reacting if they pay any even scant attention to the media. If you read just two or three media headlines, they pick one pick to pick three at random. You're going to think that if you leave your home, you've got a good chance of dying. And you don't, but. And I can't there's no way we here can stop a panic. There's no way we can talk sense into a panic. I wouldn't even try.


But I'm just to me, this is just a gigantic series of tough question marks and red flags. All this stuff, that is it just it's the timing of it. The objective, the the gleeful, the gleeful attitudes in the media about this, the gleeful attitudes of Democratic leaders have about this.


I'll tell you what's really more scary than anything is how the American people, some Americans, I don't know how many it is, seemed to be OK with being told they can't do this and they can't go there. And you've got to stay here and we're going to quarantine you there. And we're going to wrap you up over there. We're going to put you in this cocoon here and you can't leave. And you OK. OK, fine.


No, not OK. Think Andrew Cuomo knows what's best for you. Put this little quarantine around New Rochelle. I mean, this is just. Too much of this, to me, appears to be made to order for objectives that have long been held by the American left Democrat Party, the media.


What have you. In Chicago, the mayor of Chicago has just announced that they're not going to die, the Chicago River Green St. Patrick's Day next week. They're going to eliminate they do it every year. They die the Chicago River Green for St. Patrick's Day. And I got to do that. The downtown parade and the South Side Irish parade have all been postponed as part of this weekend's St. Patrick's Day. Over 100000 people were expected to fly to Chicago.


They're not going to go to Chicago. South by Southwest gets canceled. The mayor in Austin cancels it and shortly after event starts begging people who live in Austin. Hey, go ahead and go outside. Go ahead and go patronize some of our business. Go ahead and go out to eat, OK? If it's OK to do that, why didn't you cancel South by Southwest? Well, because the inertia was set in motion. We're going to be canceling everything.


We're canceling everything. We're going to do any public meeting. We're going to play basketball games with no crowds. The baseball season's coming up. We're going to play baseball games with no fans in the stands. How long is it going to be before the NFL decides, you know what we're going to do? Studio only? No, no fans allowed in our state. Where does this end?


Hi, Aaron. Is the World Health Organization has declared the coronavirus outbreak a global pandemic.


Fox Business Channel with the news, that's the Mahat now just a reminder. In March of last year, Tony Foushee new. That they were using a deeply flawed test to create these cases, cases, cases which created, according to New York Times, 95 to 98 percent false positives. They continue to do that. Cases, cases, cases are why economies were shut down hours after Joe Biden was installed into the White House behind this militarized fencing, the World Health Organization said those tests are just not trustworthy.


And we shouldn't trust them the way they're being done hours after. Biden was installed so much more to get to, including more of Russia's wisdom on the economy, on race discussions, on race team ideas put together a phenomenal program.


So we can't wait to share it with you. It's Todd Hermann, your guide host today on the EIB Network.


It's Todd Hermann, your guide host. Today, more of Russia's wisdom on the EIB Network. I neglected to say it's 800 to 282. If you'd like to join us and share your stories about how you came to listen to Rush and how you how you would apply Russia's principles to today's news. One year after this was named the pandemic, there's a whole bunch of societal lessons to learn. And I want to predicate one based upon an experiment you may have seen.


It's an astonishing experiment where they they planted a guy in a room and everyone else was an actor and they displayed lines. And all the actors were they were pretending they were reading lines and the actual citizen there was asked, OK, we're going to show you some cards which line is highest? And this man said, well, see, I never looked at him and said, what? We're talking about debt is the highest line and death was the shortest line, and he argued the first time.


The second time, he kind of slightly disagreed by the third time, he just waited to see what everybody else said. There's another experiment that's is more atrocious, and this involves inflicting pain on someone that the person behind the glass was an actor.


And you were told by this authority figure to churn up this dial that was to shock the person and the participants, the actual citizen in this got to feel a little bit of voltage so that they knew there was a shock. But the actor actually in the glass didn't have any voltage. But people were told to turn this up and people inside the glass were screaming at the top of their lungs, please stop. I walked out.


Most of the people kept going. They would turn to the official, you know, the fake authority and say, I think he's hurt. Please keep going. When we saw. Tony, the Fouche Fouche. Turn and say all of a sudden, masks are the right thing to do, he never said they worked. Well, I'm wearing one because it's the right thing to do, it sends the right message. When we saw him at the baseball game unmasked, this should have been over.


Enough of the American people should have said just quickly. Why is the Fouche giggling it up in the stands without a smoke mask? The point of the experiments is we us. We learned for 30 years. From Rush. A Medal of Freedom winner because he spoke the truth. He asked uncomfortable questions. We need to be those people. In my judgment, that's how we honor him and conveniently enough, that's how we get a chance to save our country.


The act of skepticism and the process of skepticism is not being taught in the schools, if it was, we would do things like this yet. Just a quick question. So if masks work, why are we doing the lockdowns? Just I don't. And if lockdowns work, why are we what's why are we locked down? And if the vaccines are the answer or the MRSA injections, why is Fauci still saying there's rules about getting together? And why are people pivoting and turning this into now a global warming thing?


And then there's this why is it that every single error. Counting error resulted in making this appear worse.


And just a quick question, since I am personally ninety nine point nine ninety eight percent likely to recover from this with my own immune system, why would I take the MRSA injections, which are experimental?


Just I mean, just a series of questions.


And I fully support your decision to take the vaccinations fully because you are an adult human being. We need to be the people who will ask the uncomfortable questions, hey. Is Joe Biden aware of Aureus? Is he able to take questions, is so is he running the country because I have concerns? Those are uncomfortable things to do, they really are. To be the person in the room. Say, in a business meeting, the one person raise your hands in boss, I used to do it this way at Microsoft.


Oh, and that hack will be trust us tomorrow. This hack is big.


But when I was at Microsoft, I used to do it this way with bosses just, you know, giving them what they want, speak and say. Are you open to feedback on this or are we here to implement? And they actually pursued that question, I want feedback. This is a stupid idea, you'll never make money on this. We're going to get. And have people come up to me after the meeting and say thanks for doing that.


And I would say to them, why do I always have to do it? We always have to do it. Skepticism, Rush, Rush was skeptical and he was careful about what he endorsed. He was a technologist in his own right. And from the early days of served to the latest version of Apple's IOC, he stayed on top of all things, technology. He learned long ago that even the best computers crash, leaving you helpless and lost online.


And if Rush had one data backup, he had half a dozen at a time. To this day, he'd tell you have your data backed up. You know, there are a few written words and records. More important, what is on your computer these days? You'd have to look long and wide, long and far, to find things more important than what's on your computer or your your handheld phone, your iPad, what have you. How many of you save everything since it's easy.


It's all stored there until it's not there anymore and when it's not there anymore, Panic City. And that's going to happen. Everybody's going to have something go wrong with one of their devices. Your hard drive is going to quit. It's going to get something spilled on it. Stolen dog, get the cable dragged the computer off the table, hits the floor, crash bang, boom. Bye bye. Hard drive. You have to know it's going to happen because it happens to everybody.


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Rush was so careful about the companies he's endorsed and I just said this. I really just had this hilarious vision. I just, you know, rushes past on.


And I would it would drive the Democrats who've tried forever to do talk radio nuts to know that Rush is still endorser of these companies like I drive that supported the show for so long, that would be a kick. There is so much to continue. Do you remember Porcupine's do you remember Rush talking through Obama's portcullis? We're going to talk about that in relation to the war. Post says that Joe Biden has showered Americans with money. He's chartist with a lot of stuff in the polite word would be debt.


Is Todd Hermann, your guide hosts in the EIB Network.


So Joe Biden is going to give his long rehearsed, I'm sure, rehearsed two, three months reading into a camera address tonight. I can't wait for you to hear Rush's observations about the naked emperor. That will be next hour. Russia's wisdom on that much to get to. One of the things about the Mahat is we have we have from him he had their playbook. It drove him nuts. He had the Democrats playbook. And it exists today. Even as far as they dive into communism and tyranny, we can still turn back to Rush.


And he often talked about that Democratic playbook and how it never really changed. And he knew if Joe Biden got elected, we'd relive the same tactics again. And the covid-19 bill, the spending bill Democrats have rammed through is going to be the same thing Obama and Biden did in 2009. Here's the moral explaining it last September I just saw during the break, plugs actually got close to getting something right. He was talking about. The recession that they inherited, he and Obama in 2009 after they were inaugurated and he said we came up with about 800 billion dollars, which is the porcupine's amount of stimulus, we came up with a billion dollars in what we do with it.


We sent it to the states and the states were able to keep their keep people employed. Now, this is the first time they've admitted this plug's I don't know if there's going to be blowback on this, but that's not what they said the stimulus was for. Back then, in 2009, when Obama is selling this thing, the stimulus is for infrastructure, roads and bridges. We're going to repair schools. We're going to do all of these wonderful things, and it's going to create jobs.


And this is going to create an economic recovery. And Biden was put in charge of it and they called it Recovery Summer. Well, there wasn't a recovery because that's not what they did with the money. Plug's just honestly admitted what they did with it. They sent it to the states where union employees were kept employed and on the job. That's what that stimulus money was for 85 percent of it. Folks, we track this, 85 percent of it was sent to public employee unions so that teachers, SEIU types so that they would not be laid off so that they would continue to pay union dues because a percentage of all union dues end up being sent back to the Democrat Party as campaign donations.


So what that stimulus really was and don't get mad at me, but what it really was, was a crazy money laundering operation. Obama couldn't go over to the Treasury and write a check for 800 billion dollars to the DNC, but he could pass a stimulus bill and tell everybody it was for roads and bridges and schools and all these other wonderful things are going to build and we're going to repair. Biden just very proudly for the first time, admitted what they did with the money.


They sent it to the states for their public employees. We had to keep the states open. We had to keep the states running. Now, I don't know if he's going to get any blowback on this because it's so many years ago and they can cover for it. And the scandalous nature of it is so long ago that I don't think it's going to matter. But he did admit what they actually used that stimulus money for. That stimulus money was essentially a circuitous route to send a bunch of money in the form of campaign contributions from union members to the Democratic National Committee.


In Rush spoke about the playbook coming up on this program. Do you know a white farmer? I'm not no, I'm seriously asking you stop the talkradio thing, just talk to you. Do you know any white farmers because black farmers are getting a bunch of money. White farmers are not. This is part of the Biden plan, it's racism. It's backdoor reparations, Rush spoke about this as well. We'll get to that in this program. Let's talk to Tristin in Richardson, Texas.


Christian, you're on the Rush Limbaugh program, taught in your guidance today. Welcome.


Hi. iPod mega honor megastate. Thank you. My pleasure.


My pleasure.


Well, I am a rush baby literally grew up with Congress in 1988, I thought rush hour traffic meant everyone to the car radio and Iraq and a little toddler self called the radio and then now the Limbaugh.


I mispronounced that, said Bolat. Bob, my parents tell me, but the radio was the Limbaugh. Why else would you have a radio?


And I love this so much. Oh my gosh, that's gorgeous. I love. How old are you. Treston are thirty two now.


Oh man I love this story. OK, continue. It's the Treston show. I'm just going to shut up.


I love it when you get home. Yesterday, Tex's officially removed all the covid mandate. Not my taste, you know, for some businesses, but the official statewide maskin lock down mandate. They're all gone and too great that that day the CDC prepared a little sermonette. It aired right before you started speaking yesterday at 11:00 Central Time, telling us to you know, you've heard about the vaccine, but keep your distance. The crowd going inside especially dangerous and keep that mask on.


Let me ask a question.


Well, let's finish, because I have a question. No, no finish because I have a significant question for you. Go ahead.


Oh, well, I was just going to say, to top it all off, it sounded to me a very safe Texan accent. You know, that's what I wanted to hear.


That's Christian. That's what I wanted to hear. This runs in Washington State. I call it the EF1 stick guy, because, of course, there's the Ford F 150. But it's yes, it just go like this. You know, you heard about the vaccines. There's a whole bunch you can do to keep yourself safe, such as SHONN family members. You don't agree with liberal policies. In fact, when I get on the back of my F-16 got got got Bob, it's an F one fifty.


It's like a New York actor who's who. And now let me ask you this. As a Texan, do you feel pandered to by that ad?


Oh, I, I've just got a laugh or I will explode.


No, that's they're they're so desperate to get everybody to agree to the technocratic approach to this that, you know, I've heard Rush talk about this, that that the elites view states like Texas and and in Montana and on the Montana's, it's kind of turning blue Oklahoma. They actually view folks there like zoo animals that they walk by and look at. Well, so wait, people live that way and they fly over and be all right, right?


Yeah. I mean, to coin a phrase, I think Joe Biden's dementia said that. You're right. So now on this go forward, you're 32. How are you going to help us honor Rush's legacy in a real life?


Oh, man, well, I teach college classes, I'm a lecturer, I think, of course, every time I've taught an online class like I'm going on the air, I, I try to follow the rules and not get fired. But I think of reckless optimism and fear. I think of them, you know, never always think highly of your audience, never insults your audience, my students, in a way, or my audience. And I try to strive for that excellent optimism and good cheer.


I love it, I love it. I don't know, but look, you are a man of good cheer and it's just such a tremendous way to picture growing up a full rush. Baby. It's a great phone call. Treston, I thank you for calling Rush's show. Appreciate it very much. And go with God's good grace. God bless you, sir, thank you. Know, just everybody take a break for a second. The radio was the Limbaugh that is beautiful.


When we come back, Rush just took apart, just dismantled the biggest line politics. And it's one word, it's one word. And Rush just completely dismantled it.


That's coming up. Is Todd Hermann your guide today on the EIB Network?


Oh, sorry, Herman. Your guide hosts today for Rush Limbaugh. Man, I'm still recovering from the call from Chris. And that's that's the way to call a a radio show. You know you know, Joe Pawlick, he is saying, I emphasized that the right way. He's a writer. Breitbart believes this radio show as well. He is called out circle back Soki, Jen Psaki. I call her that because she's saying I need to circle back to you on this and man, the job of a professional life.


Well, I'm not trying to be cruel, but it's one thing to be a professional liar. But when you're professional life for a man who so clearly. And cognitive decline, I mean, you got to wonder, are you to lie or to pander during these days? So Jen Psaki was responding to sort of a progressive question from a a no doubt liberal reporter.


About when are you going to do this great big weather, bill? Sorry, global cooling, sorry, what is it? Climate catastrophe? When are you going to do the great big two trillion dollar climate change package? And Jen Psaki, she just goes on this rant. If it's only 49 days, we're about to pass an historic, the most progressive bill in American history. It's it's passing today. And she was almost apoplectic. Wait, wait, wait.


Where's our KRED? We're wasting money as fast as we can. We're doing backdoor reparations as fast as we can. We've got our reparations money printing plant back here and the dollars come out and that says on the top reparations. But you could only see in ultraviolet light if you're black and it's, you know, it's that sort of thing. And what Joe Pollock says here. This is a quote from his piece. He says, I think Soki and company are thinking of using this covid relief bill to create a permanent universal subsidy to the poor, including illegal aliens.


I think Joe Pollack is absolutely right. I mean, they're all but signaling this. I don't know if it's this way in your state's. But in a lot of the blue states, which are becoming separate countries like like Oregon and specifically Washington, I know very well, you know, the so-called governor there, Inslee, has seized people's homes effectively, people who are going to retire based upon the cash flow from rental properties.


And these come along and said your tenants never need to pay rent and there's nothing you can do about it. And there are people I know a couple who live in the garage of one of their rental homes because the other people are not paying rent and they need a place to live in. And the tenants of kindness said, yes, you can live in the garage and you can use the bathroom a couple of times a day. How does it go back all of a sudden, the blue state governors come along and say, OK, now you need to pay rent.


So they're saying this is progressive, right? So think about that word, think about it. Now let's have the Mahat just break it apart, because Rush perfected the art of making the complicated easy to understand. He also perfected the art of disambiguate. That would be making things clear for the people in Rio, Linda. See, I grew up with Rushville as well.


He did this in disambiguate in political gobbledegook is the Mod did. And he'll do it right here when he dismantles the word progressive.


I just got an email from a friend who thinks there's a better way of delineating between the factions in the Democrat Party.


Now, I off the top of my head, in the middle of improvising and as I always do, ad libbing each monologue I do. I referred to them as the socialist Marxist communist wing versus the standard ordinary liberal Democrat, my friend. This is not the way to do it. The way to do it is call it the radical wing versus the progressive wing. I think that would be better. The radical wing of the Democrat Party versus the progressive wing.


I maintain to you that this term progressive is one of the biggest lies in all of politics. And the reason I don't call them progressives is because they're not they are regressive. They want to take us back to poorer economic times, larger and bigger government. They want to roll back free. There's nothing progressive about these people. And I'm not going to call them that. They're socialist, Marxist. I don't believe there's any difference when you get right down to it between the radical Democrat Party, the radical leftist and the so-called progressive.


The difference is that the Pelosi and Schumer types wish they'd shut up about it and mask who they are rather than be open about it. But I don't I don't think there's much I think the radicals have taken over this party and people like Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton have been forced to go along with it.


Brilliant. The word progressive means the opposite. Regressive going backwards in history. Rush had selected at one time Walter Williams, a great, great gentleman who's passed on, just occurred to me. Walter Williams and Rush are together and have. What's cool, Walter Williams had said that freedom is not the natural state of things and it's not, you look through history, it's been much more common that that Auslin of folk have been effectively sharecroppers, literally and figuratively sharecroppers.


And this is what the the left is trying to return us to in a state of servitude. Own nothing and you'll be happy. World Economic Forum says you'll have universal basic income and you'll not need anymore. And you know what the sad part is? There are people who say, yeah, you know, I'm good now. I've got I've got a UBI now. It's not like the UBI will go up every year.


Well, except it will. So it is a regressive thing because fewer and fewer, fewer, fewer people are going to make decisions for all of us. And some of their decisions are wack. Well, it's easy to find the ones that that are you pointed the decision this whack Andrew Cuomo. Hey, let's put sick people with covid into the one place where people are most likely to die from covid. Now, you can take that from a secular perspective, you can take it from a religious perspective.


God could have said in the Garden of Eden he could have hired an EPA. Well, he could have hired a bureaucrat. Ive read the label on the apple. Read the label, it says, Do not remove from the tree, it's like a mattress label, do not remove the thing. The it's a federal penalty to remove that little tag on your mattress will put you in. Well, or you know what will just take away the Garden of Eden.


He could have done that. But he's pro freedom. There's nothing nothing more aggressive. Then a small group of people leveraging the might of those in power to do their bidding. And this is what we're seeing in Russia just explained the regressive nature of this. And next hour, we got to dig into. This decision to just do backdoor reparations, they can't sell it to the American people. And it makes sense, I mean, again, for us to be the truth tellers, this is my rap on reparations.


So you're telling me. Though I've never owned slaves. And my family never owned slaves ever that I need to give money to you, who was never were never slave and whose family. Was never enslaved, right? Yeah, that's I think you got it. It's pretty aggressive, regressive. Todd Hermann, your guide host today on the EIB Network. It's difficult to describe how cool the next hour is. Let me give it a shot. You know, you've heard that, Bill, Bill Gates is giving money.


He and Melinda are giving money to a group that says that math is racist. And this is Bill who who screwed up our education system completely and then at least he admitted that didn't work. So you have that you have the soft science approach. To how they undertook counting covid deaths, and what if I were to tell you that that almost I think it's six years ago that Rush and his voracious reading.


Found a dynamic that the Democrats were using that that came from Soviet Russia. Remember outcome based education.


Remember that? What if I told you that Rush was so prescient in his in his reading and his analysis and his perspective that he had predicted this math is racist stuff, basically by the softening of science? We'll talk about that. We'll talk about and I do invite you. I'm not kidding. If you have friends who are white farmers and they've struggled through this government imposed selective lockdown. Please, please have them listen to the next hour so that they can learn why they're out of luck.


But black farmers are in the money. There's so much to continue.


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


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It's just a tremendous honor to do this with you and chat with you at 800 202 282. As we continue to take the ever enduring wisdom of Rush Limbaugh and apply it to today's confusing news cycle, it is the day the Lord has made. These are the times God has decided to live our responsibility. We define last hour. One of them to honor the memory of our two soon departed friend is we will be the truth tellers. We will be the ones who ask the uncomfortable and skeptical questions.


So tonight, Joe Biden will I don't want to say give as much as read or perform a speech that I'm going to just take a wild wag of a guess at that, that he's rehearsed, I don't know, three times a day for three months.


I don't do mental math on the air. I proved that yesterday. But it's it's not a press conference. He's not going to answer questions. We played for you the audio of him doing this PR stunt at the hardware store. And just it I think it was just Joe Citizen saying, I'd like to and pass, pass press. This is Biden's staff started screaming that we're leaving. We're leaving because they don't want any chance that Biden, you know, shows that he's in this state of cognitive decline.


And we're going to get to Russia's thoughts on this, which are, of course, profound because Rush asked the skeptical questions. Intelligence guided by experience, this is our role. I don't make fun of dementia, I truly don't because it's not a funny thing. I've had loved ones that have suffered from it and perhaps all suffer from it. It's not funny. What's funny is we're supposed to pretend it's not happening. That's what's funny. And I mentioned this book from time to time, because I think I think it is an important bit of learning.


There's a book called What D.C. Gets Wrong. They just think we're all hopeless. What they did is they turn polling around and they polled people in Washington, D.C., the elites, and they asked the elites about us. And the elites think we're broke and hopeless and uneducated. And they have wild misunderstanding about how many of us are LGB. Right. Just that wild misunderstandings. Never more so than when you see them try to pander to us.


Last hour we had a call from Treston in Richardson, Texas, who was talking about now that Texas has opened up, the CDC is running this pandering ad, why go out and shoot my E.R. nine and a half on my forehead if one, six and three quarters pink has no idea what he's talking about because he's a voice actor. And they pander and the pandering to us about Biden's health. The Mockingbird media class they are. And I remember. When the media said that Ronald Reagan was a doddering old fool.


As Ronald Reagan danced tip toe circles around the bureaucrats at the State Department, had he not, the Berlin Wall would stand and he did. Trump President Trump outwitted these Foggy Bottom State Department careerists, Deep Staters, or ISIS would still be running around and running entire countries. So in a way. In a sad and scary way, Joe Biden is sort of a dream. Placeholder. For deep state apparatchiks and just young young staffers. Because they get to hide behind him.


And it seems to me my guess is they get to run him. And we've heard Biden say, oh, I'm happy to take questions, if that's what I'm supposed to do, and answer if that's what I'm supposed to do. That's the man who's running things. That's what I'm supposed to do. And then they cut the stream. Just cut it because they don't want to see that happen. Dementia's not funny, but it's funny that they think they can hide it from us.


Just like they think they successfully hide their true intent from us. The serious part of this is I would very much like a reporter to say. If he can't answer questions from us. How does he answer questions from world leaders? Oh, incidentally, why is he not sharing? He was going to be this transparent, you know, person in the White House. Why is he not sharing his virtual schedule? Because, you know, he's going to share the visitor book to the White House, but they won't share the virtual schedule.


Why? Maybe because it's a lot of rehearsing the speech tonight. Now, of course. Rush Limbaugh was willing to point directly at the naked emperor and demands that everyone else stop pretending. Now, yesterday, Biden came out of his hole, gave a weird speech and had an even weirder town hall in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It was a town hall without a town. He looked like it was sitting in the garden of a nursing home talking to the grandkids.


And he had that stupid black mask on and it was around his neck. And he claimed that over 120 million were dead from covid-19. 120 million, that's a third of the population, 120 million dead. Did anybody think, oh, that's just Joe, he's got a heart of gold. Don't worry about old Joe. We know, Joe, this is noteworthy because it's the first time in eighty three days that anybody has really seen Biden live. He gave a teleprompter speech later in the day on health care in a room all by himself.


Took no questions from the press while he was flubbing this big health care event. It was reported, did you hear this? That he had a large cancer nonprofit raising money for cancer cures and cancer research? It was nothing more than a money laundering operation. Right out of the Clinton mold, 65 percent of the money raised went to Biden family members. This is how the left does it. This is how minorities and others in the left get rich in Washington.


They set up foundations or non-profits. They will seek donations and everybody donates money because that's just what you do. And they hire their families to run these Schill operations, which don't do much of anything. And that's how they end up becoming independently wealthy. That's how they ended up with a congressional salary of whatever it is, ending up owning massive amounts of property and having six and seven figure net worth the plugs. Cancer charity raise four point eight million in two years.


Not one dollar went to anybody with cancer or very little of it did.


So he's really concerned about changing health care in America. But nobody's reported this. Nobody has reported this. There are very few Democrat voters in this country who know anything about what I just told you about the Biden cancer fraud operation or the fact that he thinks 120 million people have died from covid-19 because the drive by media hasn't bothered to report it and they will not report it. They're not going to report anything.


It might makes Biden look like the guy he is. If Trump had said 120 million people dead, if Trump had set up a phony foundation to basically launder money to make his family what, you wouldn't hear the last of it.


James Carville was out yesterday. Oh, Biden's going to be Biden is gaffe prone, but he's got a Hornigold Hornigold out there you can't say nothing bad about. Oh, Joe, don't want the greatest guys in the Democrat Party leader. Do we need is exactly the kind of leader we need to get the leader of the world need Joe Biden. And guess what? Now there's an official move on to make sure that we don't have any presidential debates. And it comes from Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post headline Time to Rethink the Presidential Debates.


Damn right it is, because there is no way that Joe Biden can do one. The day Biden came out of that whole 120 million people dead from covid-19 and the news hit about his phony cancer charity, Karen Tumulty sits down and starts the drive by media push to cancel presidential debates. Now, her piece, by the way, barely mentions Biden. Oh, yeah. Barely mentions the fact he can barely stand up, barely mentions the fact that he doesn't know where he is after that.


No, it's not about that. It's that they're just boring the presidential debates to become so boring. They're glorified, dull and boring press conferences. There's no reason for them. The country has moved way past that didn't even put anything about Biden in her piece. So the rest of the drive bys right on cue, be picking this stuff up. Yeah, we need to get rid of presidential debates.


And this, as you well know, is how all of this happens now.


There's so much substance there, but I'm a little bit distracted by hearing Rush imitate Jimmy Carville. I'm just I have this memory of a conversation he rushed himself, did being both Carville and himself and Bill Clinton. Does anyone else remember that? Now, Rush spoke about these fake foundations. I once met a dude. We'll talk about this in some detail when we talk about the white farmers not getting money, but black farmers getting money. Part of Biden's back reparations.


Well, not Biden because he doesn't know. I contend he doesn't know I met a guy in the D.C. area who was a former college professor. He got really good at applying for government grants. And then when all these grants and request for proposal or business proposals started to go to, quote, minority firms, he got really good at going and saying, oh, Department of Homeland Security needs some dry cleaners. Let me go find the minority owned dry cleaning store.


Oh, they need maids. Let me go find a minority owned maid business. And he'd go to them and say, hey, I got an idea. I'll be five percent owner of your store and you'll be five percent owner of my company that consults on how to fill out forms to get government moneys. And lo and behold, it worked.


He filled out the forms, never worked in those businesses, but, man, did he rake in a whole bunch of money and a beautiful house in the hills of Virginia, I think it was seven or eight bedrooms.


There's much more to unfold, including what does Biden not want to talk about the crisis at the southern border. He can't answer these questions, which is why he's not going to answer these questions, we'll continue to follow that.


And to bring in Rush Limbaugh's permanent wisdom is Todd Hermann, your guide host on the EIB Network.


It's Todd Hermann, your guide host today on the EIB Network. I've really this has been a struggle for me in a way, because I wanted to say that I'm having more fun than a guidepost should be allowed to have. And when I say that it's celebrating the Mahat and it also sometimes just makes me feel like, should I do that?


But Rush wanted this radio show to be fun. And so he made it fun. Even in the most serious topics. He was just genuinely the best. That will get some more of his wisdom. This immigration bill. We need to talk about this or not. The immigration bill, the the incredible crisis building up on our border. We'll talk about that. First, I want to chat with Peter in Unionville, Connecticut. Peter, hi. You're on the Rush Limbaugh program, taught her and your guide host today.


Hi, Peter. My dad, first I want to thank you for your great work and being part of the committee, you do a phenomenal job.


It's really an honor to hear in all the work really goes on in the back end with Tony Abbott. I appreciate that. Thank you.


Your part of the process. But listen, I wanted to tell you a funny story. I started listening to Rush wasn't into politics and it was during the Clinton regime. So I knew and I'm on the radio and I hear this guy say 263 days America held hostage. And he said resonated. And I would look for it. And I eventually understood conservatism. And it's something like that. And I don't want to the base. And if I would love to bring it back like today, you could say America held hostage day number 50 of unity, not unity.


Unity. No, yeah, a punitive process to punish. Wow.


Yeah, I don't know if you guys would consider it, but I used to love when he started. I would look for pittosporum in his intro every day of America held hostage. I remember that.


And I remember that the the liberals were utterly outraged and beside themselves, they mustered as much outrage on that as I've ever heard. They really did a good job of pretending to be outraged and so forth.


All right. I don't know. See, Guideposts don't have that power, but it's now a noted request. It will go into the hopper, the actual professionals, the EIB will consider it. I appreciate the phone call. Peter's great, great memory.


And thank you for the kind compliment to the team, the what's going on at the southern border. Let me just go through a couple of headlines here, because I think some of these have not got enough news. There is a liberal filmmaker. She decided to go make a film about the border and what she wanted to do was to talk about the human, you know, human equation of people seeking a better life and and leaving their their countries of origin and coming here.


It's a documentary film called America's Forgotten. I learned about it from the epic Times that she changed their name to Epocrates on radio because it sounds better. What she found out. Was that this is a scam? And what she found out was that human traffickers are feeding off of that situation down there. What have we seen? A hundred thousand some arrests. And detainments, we're we're on a pace to go 12 times more. Then happened all of last year and she said this director.


In this film said that she encountered trafficker's. Who were showing? People who wanted to sneak into this country, some of them human traffickers, well know the human traffickers were using Biden's words. To show to people, here's what you'll get, they're using it as ads. And yesterday, we played the audio of of Rush talking about his heartbreak. At what children are put through to get here, and many of them are are trafficked to arrive here.


And to to now to blow this up and to say more is available. It is creating a market for this inhumane treatment of these people. And what this film maker from that is, it really doesn't better their lives. The promise, something that that doesn't come through. It's it's utterly heartbreaking that the. Mexico. It's saying that Biden's asylum policies is boosting illegals in the cartel's. And he's the humane one. Biden's the humane one. I one day said about to research human trafficking and sex trafficking from a perspective of revenue generation.


I was stunned. It is less risky and more profitable than drug dealing. This is a modern form of slavery and it's, in fact, more profitable. Then then the earlier forms of slavery. And there's just people waiting to be. Exploited in the southern border. And held in the same facilities for which Donald Trump was called a child's torturer. There's also a fascinating side by side. This is the American divorce. You have secessionist states like New York and California, secessionist states, they refuse to enforce federal immigration laws.


In fact, they flout the fact that they refuse to support them. They hide people from ice, even violent people, even people who have gotten Americans killed. That's their stance. Texas. Is going after they're forming their own sort of police force to counter this southern border invasion. They're going to enforce immigration laws, but we're to believe that Texas is potentially secessions. Well, I know there's the Texas and the Republic of Texas. I am aware of that.


But these other states are already seceding and it's having these effects. Elon Musk moved his company. I'd still like my taxpayer money back, Elon, when he could get to that. Moved his company. To Texas and from California, there were six hundred and eighty seven thousand other Californians who moved to Texas, and so much so that Texas is wanting to remind them, do not bring your emotional base policies to our state. Don't do that, man.


If I was in Texas and look it the unconstitutional but some form of test before you could vote, like, how do you spell American exceptionalism?


We'll get much more of rush involved in this as we continue on the EIB Network.


Truly, I don't think that they'll ever be another trouble thinking about Rush's a celebrity, but another celebrity having passed on who will continue to have an enduring place in public discourse as much as the MAHAT and the team. The EIB is just made my job so easy to present Russia's great wisdom with today's news. It's just an incredible amount of fun and learning. Again, me just remind you of some things about what the left is doing to science and they're softening it.


Bill Gates is giving money to an organization that says math is racist. Why? Because. Objective fact. Is racism. Truly, the truly that's a real thing. The softening of science on the front of gender, that there's a real thing that people go through a surgical process and a hormonal process, there's listeners of my show who've done this and they become friends over the years. I disagree with I wish people wouldn't and they become friends over the years that was called transsexualism.


Now they've changed it to a soft science, transgenderism. And it just means I feel this way. It is not it is not scientifically sound cases. I interviewed a doctor. No epidemiologist from Harvard. He was part of the Great Barrington Declaration, wanted the lockdown's to end because they were getting people killed and I said, doctor didn't. Cases used to mean people were sick and now doesn't. He was so sad. He said, yes, yes, yes, I'm surprised a layman knows this, and yes, we used to a case meant there was a confirmed illness and it doesn't mean that with covid and it's making it seem much worse, softening of the science.


You may have never heard, although there's been some Fox News specials on Evergreen State's, quote, college in Washington State, one of the things the social justice warriors wanted their.


Was to invade the hard sciences. They want to control truth, folks, is what they want. They want to be able to make science malleable, so it's outcome based so it can do whatever they want it to do. Right, justify lockdown's every two years for the weather. Wouldn't you know it? Almost, I think it's six years ago. Rush was on to this, so he was always a voracious reader, Catherine Limbaugh told Markstein when they chatted on this program that Rush's brain just craved information.


So it's not a surprise. Sixty years ago, Rush rediscovered something called Lysenko Wisdom. Which Democrats love because it allowed them to pretend in that case, poverty gets in people's DNA and abracadabra, instant lifelong victims. Listen to Rush Limbaugh explain this. There actually is a scientific and historical term for the claim that environment can cause inheritable changes in DNA in a single generation. The name for this, the historical term is Lysenko ism capital L Lysenko ism. Lysenko was a guy.


He was Joseph Stalin's house biologist, but it was a freaking communist and he is the guy that came up with the idea that environment can cause inheritable changes in DNA in a single generation, Lysenko, and it has a certain Lysenko ism. Now, the obvious appeal to progressives is thus understandable. A former communist biologist comes up with this. This makes it all perfectly clear. Lysenko ism, by the way, if you look it up, let me spell it for you, because I know a number of you want to research these things on your own.


L y smk o Lysenko. Lysenko ism is also synonymous with scientific fraud. Well, how can it not be? It traces back to communism. It traces back to a mass murderer, Joseph Stalin.


So if you want to look it up on your own, you will see that it turns out that Lysenko ism is also defined as the manipulation or distortion of the scientific process as a way to reach a predetermined conclusion as dictated by an ideological bias often related to social or political object like global warming. Lysenko ism is the manipulation or distortion of the scientific process, which is exactly what the Libs are doing, claiming that poverty is converted to your DNA and it becomes part of your genome.


It's absurd.


It's 16 years ago. And now they're softening the sciences across the board. I'll repeat my prediction. No one having passed on to heaven. We'll have a greater impact on ongoing political discourse than Rush Rush Limbaugh the third. Let's welcome someone to the show, Kelly in Ogden, Utah. Kelly, you're on the Rush Limbaugh program. Is Todd Hermann your guide host this week? Welcome, Kelly.


Thank you very much for the welcome. And good morning to you and everyone who's listening. Good morning. Of course, not just but one of the things I want to bring up is the what you're doing there, the EIB. This is like a weeklong eulogy. I don't really think of it as a funeral service, but we had decades of conservative thought taught to us by the professor. So for the work you guys are doing at the EIB Network, it's just brilliant and rich for this Presidential Medal of Freedom winner to honor our rush, as Miss Catherine put it, our rush.


So he was a national treasure, indeed, heard Rush. Of course, I was giving you spoonfed all kinds of liberalism on local radio here, but it was in 1989. And instead of the program, I usually would hear when Rush came on, Bob bet it wasn't a half an hour before I was thinking somebody is going to take this guy out because he is he is preaching against the liberal dogma. But he had so much about truth and reality and making the complex understandable that he survived and he he lasted until God said it's time to come home, son.


And I'm just so happy y'all are doing this. It's a joy to do your. Plus, student of the Limbaugh Institute for Advanced Conservative Thinking, one of the things he did was taught me how to think about things that may otherwise have seemed unthinkable. For example, Joe Biden. Turning his back on the unions and closing down the Keystone pipeline, but eight, 10, 11, 12000 jobs, but why would he do that? Because Joe Biden worships Guya.


And most of the last, that's their that's their main religion is earth worship. So shutting down the pipeline and causing all those jobs to be lost would just be a reasonable sacrifice to Mother Earth. So if they're worshipping guyand, I'm not saying they're not, but if they are, then what is the role of, say, a Tom Steyer, who in my judgment got out of fossil fuels and then started to invest in so-called green energy and is getting rich at that?


Or Al Gore, who went from having very little money to, you know, being nearly a billionaire based upon his scam movie. How would you characterize their role in all this? Are they the return to forget they're trying to remember the people who sold indulgences or are they just selling indulgences?


You know, it could be it could be that the powers that be are so protective of green energy and things like that that are demonstrably untenable as the people in Texas, how well windmills work and they use petroleum powered helicopters to spray petroleum the ISO on those windmills and the windmills kill, kill birds, but they're allowed because they are anti so-called fossil fuel. I don't use the term because I've never seen anybody burn a fossil.


Well, you would know in Ogden because you have fossils and you have oil processors there.


We do. Yeah. Yeah. Where you lived in this area. Yeah, right. Just north of Salt Lake City. There's there's oil refineries. Yeah. All right. In tanker trucks, they got pipelines going in there and I don't think you got a lot of rocks.


No, I don't think you do. And look, I appreciate what you're saying about the work the team has done here. And also, you know, it is interesting that you phrased it the way you did, that God called Rush home. And that has implications for us, the people who are left behind without the mahat. That's why I want to continue the conversation as we roll through today about what our responsibilities are and how we can carry on this great legacy of a disserving Medal of Freedom.


When I appreciate the call, Kelly, we'll continue with more of Rush's wisdom.


Is Todd Hermann your guide host today on the EIB Network?


Plus, just rolling by today is Todd Hermann, your guide host on the EIB Network Rush.


Next hour, you're going to hear Rush really emotional response to how the Democrat Party continually whispering in the ear of people they choose to call minorities. I just I dislike that phrase because I believe it undervalues their humanity. Imagine just someone following you around in your life saying you can't do it. In fact, I'll tell you, I'm a wrestling coach who used to, from time to time, locked the doors in the wrestling room and take you man on boy, nothing.


We're just wrestling, but turn off the lights and then get on top of you and grind your face into the mat and sit in the back of your head. It's really hot in here. I can't breathe. Can you breathe? And it kind of got in your head after a bit because you couldn't breathe. Imagine someone falling around saying you can't do it. Doesn't matter all your effort. Just been taken from you. You got to understand you cannot have anything unless I get it, for you can't be done.


Just imagine that. Just the effect that would have on someone. You'll hear Rush addressed this in regards to the Democrat Party doing that to young people in our country and how it. Just hurt him. He so believed in this country. We'll talk more about Biden and immigration and something just occurred to me. And that is that. This this one. Style or this this universal image that the Mockingbird media creates of immigrants is just such a lie. They all are liberal.


They all want social programs. They all I'll give you something that happened to me. I was at JFK Airport in New York City, and this was Bolívar year after 9/11. And I usually get pulled out for extra security screening all the time, I don't know why it was something probably algorithmic. It was bothersome that day.


A couple of Muslim looking man or I shouldn't say that I'm Middle Eastern looking men got pulled out of the line and got checked and they were really upset.


And another man stepped up and said, I am from Jordan and I will be screened. And he said to his he said to the other gentleman, he said, Brothers, they don't care that we're on the plane. They'll kill us, too. It's people who look like us who are trying to kill us. Screen me. And the eyes of all the people turned to this man with this, it's look, it's sad and. It's realism. It's reality that man had a different view and it's never reflected in the media, and this is why we have to maintain our skepticism are just skeptical.


Look at things, not cynical, skeptical. We need to be the truth tellers, you know, I mean, it's the same way with Rush in in the products he selected, he was super careful when he selected the products or services he wants to tell us about. And sometimes they weren't even like advertisers to the program when he discovered something good. He just loves to tell us about it. The cell phone company called Pure Talk, that was one of them.


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Todd Hermann, your guide today on the EIB Network.


I stopped watching football and so this is kind of news to me. A certain quarterback maybe added to a certain city from hence my morning show Heils. It's Katie in Seattle. I'm not surprised to hear this. However, there is if I could. Look, here's the thing about. I don't see his name, Colin Kaepernick. He didn't say anything. His socks said more than he did, I want to talk about it a little bit. Of course, Rush talked about love football so much.


When we come back, it's an eight minute conversation about race. And I listened to it this morning. And you will hear Rush. In almost a deep sense of he's not depressed, never got the press, but he said he felt depressed at how the Democrats. Just distorts what America is in and how. How negative this is, how detrimental it is to young people of color and the words clearly they're the mahad, the professor said the words are important and I also hope that you will hear the tone.


Of our friend as he describes his desire for every body, all people to be able to succeed.


Todd Hermann, your guide host on the EIB Network this week.


What an incredible honor to be with you, my fellow listeners, to the Rush Limbaugh program. As your guide hosts this week, so much work that the team EIB has done in the background to make this possible, to take Russia's enduring wisdom and apply it to today's news cycle. And it is just it's amazing to sit and listen to in addition to getting to talk about it. And look, today, this is my view of the world. Today is and every day is the day the Lord has made.


It's a gift for us. These are the times that we are to live in times such as these. There was a reason that we exist at this time and Rush was part of our life for.


Three decades. I want you to hear what I think puts the biggest lie in the world to what the media tries to do to Rush, trying to call Russia racist. And I think Rush was the opposite of that. Rush was a man who wanted every body to succeed and have a chance to succeed. And so I want you to just this is this is a blissfully long bit of the mahat. And I want you to listen here, OK, to Rush speak of his pain.


He felt that seeing the Democrat Party damage the prospects of black people and immigrants with the Democrats constant insistence that these people couldn't thrive in America without big government. You people know the truth and you are whom I care about. You in this audience know exactly what happens on this program and what doesn't. And you know what I am and what I'm not, despite what the drive by say. Where to start with this, shortly after becoming attorney general, maybe during his confirmation hearings, Eric Holder said the United States is a nation of cowards, subject of race, that we desperately need to have a huge national conversation about it, but that people are afraid two people will not engage in it.


And that's not true. We never stop talking about race when you get down. The left does not want to have a conversation on race. That's code language for saying we need a national conversation on race. It means we need to stop opposing the objectives of the civil rights coalitions in this country. And what is meant by we need to have a conversation about it. What that really means is that the people who disagree with us on this need to be silenced.


That's how you finish the conversation. Is this by eliminating opposition to the agenda of the Civil Rights Coalition, which you might think civil rights, what could be wrong with that? Nothing is wrong with it, but that's not what civil rights coalitions are about. Well, anyway, I've never shied away from it because I frankly think it's something we do need to overcome. I think we do need to get past it. I think it is weighing our culture down and weighing our society down unnecessarily, and the biggest damage that's being done is to African-Americans themselves in this whole thing.


And this is where I've got to start being very careful. Because it's undeniably true and I could give you illustrations of what I mean, which is easily taken out of context, could be plastered all over the nation's newspapers and cable news networks in an effort once again to portray me as something that I'm not, in fact, quite the opposite. Bottom line for me is that it depresses me. You know, I'm I'm an American. I love this country.


I know what is possible. In this country for everybody and I see immigrants, various parts of the world coming into this country and just doing gangbusters, I see people natively born in this country doing gangbusters. I know it's still possible. I know that it's likely if certain steps are taken. I know that the American dream is alive and well. It's sad that so many people have given up on it, but it's because of the way they've been conditioned.


It's the way their influences, the way they're taught. The sad thing about all this is that there's a beneficiary to this, the beneficiary to economic stagnation among our minority communities. And that beneficiary is the Democrat Party, Democrat Party benefits of people being unable to provide for themselves, Democrat Party benefits from people believing that the rest of the country is out to get them. A Democrat party benefits from all of this strife. The Democrat Party benefits from economic stagnation.


Democrat Party benefits from the fear and the bullying. And it breaks my heart, folks, because it's so unnecessary. It's not clichéd to refer to the U.S. as a land of opportunity. Always has been and still is. There are steps one needs to take in order to access it. It just doesn't come knocking. Well, maybe once in your life it will you have to know to open the door when that happens. But for the most part, the recipe is pretty much the same.


Hard work, dedication, desire, preparation, study, passion. Those things are still required. And if they're present, you can write your ticket, not say it's easy, not say there won't be setbacks. We all suffer, but we all suffer some form of discrimination. We all have obstacles out there in our way. Many of them we put in our way ourselves. Many of the obstacles that we face are self-imposed, but others aren't. You go back to the campaign in 2007 and 2008.


I'm convinced that a huge number of Americans voted for Barack Obama, hoping that in so doing, his victory would be a giant step in progress, giant forward step in demonstrating the folly that this is still a racist, slave based nation, which, sadly, young people are still taught in some of our worst public schools and people that a lot of hope, the hope and change, the hope in hope and change was that there was no other reason to vote for Obama, made nobody know who he was.


The press hadn't really vetted him. He was young. He was articulate. He was an open canvas. People hated the current regime, Bush, Iraq. Anybody saying they're going to do things different would have benefited from it. You had the added benefit of Obama being African-American. What would that say about America if the American people elect a black president? That has to say that has to mean we're not a racist country, not like they tell us.


We are so many people desperately hoping that that would have been the outcome and it would have been had it not been for the people that do not benefit from that. There are people that do not benefit from the country moving forward on race. There are people who profit on the basis of the country never improving or never changing. And those are the people that largely hold us back. So to step forward a couple of years, Michelle Obama and Barack Obama are now into their sixth year as president and first lady.


Being elected president of this country is not an accident. It requires certain steps. It means. A lot of specific good things, it's not something you happenstance into, it's not something that happens to you when you look the other, you have to go out and ask people to vote for you and they have to do it. And that's what Obama did and he won. And how you cannot look at that as a positive if you're the Obamas is beyond me.


That's the first thing I don't understand. I understand roots history. And all that, what I don't understand is apparent desire not to escape it, we all have a past. I mean, that would be like saying that nobody in Germany who has genealogical traces to members of the Nazi Party back in the 1940s can ever be thought of as anything but that. Why would you forever want those people to be attached to that past instead of escaping it when they weren't alive?


They had nothing to do with it. Whatever was going on in the 1940s, they're just descendants of people who were. The problem here is that race is being I think it's a cover. I think it's being used as a cover, as an excuse when it has so much more potential in that.


As my only complaint. Why would they not seek to be inspiring? And I don't mean by promising more government money and more government programs, I'm talking about personally inspiring the simple act of telling people that they can be better than they think they can. The simple act of telling people, yeah, it's hard, but you can become what you want to become. Problem is, a political party benefits if more and more people do not look at their lives that way, more and more people think they don't have a chance that the deck is stacked against them.


For whatever reason, that political party thinks it's going to score big by creating dependency in those people. And they're successful and they're right. That's what's so dehumanizing and dignity destroying about it.


The Maha. I went to work in D.C. just after Obama was elected, and I went jogging one night early in the evening, so it's still kind of afternoon. And in Lafayette Square, across from the White House, facing the White House. There was a black family, father, mother, three kids. And Lafayette Square has a you know, as a long history related to race, and this father said to his kids. A black man is president, and you can be, too.


And I just stopped. This took off my headphones. I just wanted to absorb this, these children. Barack Obama stole that joy. He went into the White House. And instead of saying, see? Or raising the voices like we did yesterday to the African-American CEO and we'll hear from another great African-American female caller who called Rush instead of instead of raising that and saying, look what we can do. Yeah, there's racists and it's a minority of people.


Barack Obama just went back to his Alinsky term.


Pick a target, isolate it, cut it off from its support base, go after people, not institutions, because people hurt sooner than institutions. And so they went at Rush.


Who beat them? And one Medal of Freedom or not one, it was received it from President Trump, so much more will continue. Colin Kaepernick may be headed to the Seattle Seahawks.


And I have a little inside story about that as we continue to Todd Hermann, your guide this week on the EIB.


That's Todd Hermann, your guide host this week on the EIB Network. It is next segment. Next segment, we're going to talk about what the so-called alledged not really covid relief bill.


That's Biden was whisked into an office, signed and then whisked out. Just happened just in case, you know, someone tried to ask Joe Biden the question like, where are you?


Next segment, we will talk through how your friends or maybe you, if you are a white farmer, you are out of luck. If you are a black farmer, you are in luck.


But that's not racism because it's the new kind of racism.


And speaking of that. So it is rumored now that Colin Kaepernick may be a replacement for Russell Wilson. Should Ross leave the Seattle Seahawks? I will say only this, I I'd heard the coach, the Seahawks, Pete, say that. That he thinks it could be could contribute there. I'll say this about his political activities, and I want you to hear what Russia has to say about it or had to say about it. Is it hard? I just said what Rush has to say.


I'm still not still hasn't landed with me. What Russia said about it. I had Michael Bennett on my radio program, Katsuta in Seattle. And I said to him, and Michael Bennet was a Seahawk and played with Russell and knew Kaepernick and and Bennett has proven himself to be sort of a guy who wants to kind of merchandise racial grievance. I said to him, here's my problem with Colin Kaepernick, because he didn't say anything. He took a knee.


And people can paint on that whatever they want. I know what I painted, I think it turned out to be pretty accurate. So taking a knee is just it's just provocative, that's all. It's people can paint what they wanted. And I think we were right. What we painted, on the other hand, Colin Kaepernick wore. Pigs or cops are pigs, socks. And the faces of South American dictators on T-shirts. That speech. Rush wouldn't have gotten very far if his program involved taking a knee with silence.


That's not bravery. Speaking ideas is bravery. That's one of the things we can do to carry on the great tradition of Rush Limbaugh is to be the truth tellers. I've stopped watching football because the NFL basically showed me we don't want you to watch football rush love the game of football. And it makes it makes tremendous sense. It's a game of skill and power. It's kind of the ultimate meritocracy, excessive focus on hard work. It overcomes raw talent, even the most amazing raw talent.


And it's it's a strategic game. And the great work people who do great work in that are also great thinkers, Rush, though, did not appreciate catatonics approach to trying to start people to think you see Colin Kaepernick over the weekend trash the United States on unde Thanksgiving Day. I thought this guy's only complaint was police brutality. About the only thing about it is I thought that was why he was taking any. This guy doesn't want a job in the NFL, he's making sure he doesn't get hired, he wants to be a martyr on Thanksgiving Day.


Wonder why he hasn't been contacted by NFL teams to take on the most important leadership role on a football team. If anybody thinks he was just protesting police violence when he kneeled needs to think again. He was protesting the country and he continues to do so. I haven't checked, but I guarantee the Seattle media is all over. If you don't hire Kaepernick Kaepernick, you're a racist, Pete. But that's going on now. Let's talk now to Steve in Niagara Falls, New York.


Steve, you're on the Rush Limbaugh program. Todd Hermann, your guide host today. I'm glad to have you here, Steve. Welcome to the program.


Thank you, Todd. I was mentioning to your screener I just had a really neat story. We were talking about how we first got into Russia. I was a police officer back in the late 1980s. I since retired, but that's when Russia first came out. And one of the officers kind of like turned us on to him. And, of course, everybody started to tune in. And somehow a bunch of back then, there were a lot of Russia's right stickers that were available to the police cars.


Suddenly the police cars, the city police cars actually had Russia's right stickers on them. And they were there for quite some time. And of course, working in a Democrat, one city Democrat, one for over half a century once, I guess the powers that be realized, what that meant and who was, of course, the stickers mysteriously came off of the police while they were there for quite a bit.


I got to think that they regret that now, given what's what the left has done. I mean, you retired and I want to thank you for protecting this. I got to think, is there anyone in the NYPD who who is is now a leftist now that they've seen what Bill de Blasio intends for you guys? Well, you know, I worked in a large city in New York, but not necessarily New York City at all, but yeah, I would definitely think not.


I mean, there's always going to be a few there's always a few in there. But, yeah, definitely it's changed over. And, you know, I just wanted to express so much thanks to Rush, because, you know, the military and rightly so, gets a lot of, you know, promotion and a lot of backing. But Rush was always going to always include law enforcement on there as well. And he was just such a, you know, such a motivator for us.


And we really enjoyed how we used to back us up and defend us and and a lot of, you know, different times, difficult times.


Well, you know, I just heard Rush so often with emotional appeal to you guys, not appeal, but, you know, and deeply emotional. Thanks. I sit down one day to an officer. I just said, you know what? I appreciate everything you do. And he said, well, you do a lot, too. And I hate that because, yeah, I think that talking and freedom of speech and in expressing unpopular opinions and being the skeptics and speaking truth and in times of universal deceit, speaking truth is an act of bravery.


But it's nothing like what you guys do. So I'll add my name to the. Thanks, Steve. Appreciate you very, very much.


I just I would say this about these these Russia right bumper stickers that Steve just mentioned, by the way, when I say bumper strips, it's because I used to sell what we called pressure sensitive labels. We were we were cautioned, don't you call them stickers? When I when I started doing talk radio the first time around, back when I did it for living in Spokane, a guy made some bumper strips for me. I was so cool because obviously, you know, I was imitating the Russia bumper stickers I didn't imitate is just the name of the show.


I had this thing where a guy was an editorial cartoonist and he created this cartoon of me and I was shooting. He had this stupid machine gun he drew in and I was shooting out the phrase well regulated militia from the Second Amendment. And and it ran in the spokesman review. And I called the guy and said, hey, can you come on the show? And he said, what? Said, Yeah, look, you drew a cartoon about me.


We are both opinions because, like, he was the opposite of Kaepernick. He put his thoughts out there. And the sad thing was I said, please do a lot of research when you come on the show. Please do a lot of research like I research this stuff. So I had him on the program sitting across from me in the small little radio students. And so why are you so against guns? And he goes, well, because they kill so many people, I it really how many goes well millions every year in America said no.


He looked at me just white in the face. Because what's half a million go? No. Quarter million. The man started to hyperventilate. And ran out of the studio with his hands to his mouth and my sort of producer back in the day, Scotty came to me and said the guy ran, he left. He went and vomited outside of the studio in the parking lot. Now, see, he was not prepared for the argument. It's like Kaepernick taking a knee, not prepared for the argument, we've had three decades to prepare for the argument when we come back.


You're a white farmer, you're out of luck.


Joe Biden just signed this into law.


If you're a black farmer, you had just won the lottery and huge thanks to Newsradio 590 KQ and in Spokane, Washington, for allowing me to come in and use your studio. Appreciate it, guys. Thank you. He just signed it. Biden was ushered into a room and they quickly had him sign this this monstrosity, this one point nine trillion dollar spending spree and and handing out of walking around money to Democrat friends and money for the big school unions who refused.


Many of them refused to open. That won't be given to them this year. It will start next year. Has nothing to do with the covert flu. And yet the Mockingbird media continues to say it's a covert relief bill. They continue. Just all of all, the average American knows who doesn't listen to this program is that it's always 4500 bucks. Well, there's something else in this. And in a second, we're going to once again have a demonstration of why Rush's wisdom is enduring.


And what did he say he knew, like the back of his formerly nicotine stained hands. What did he say? The liberals, OK. Lindsey Graham, who occasionally is very right on things. Said that the so-called covid-19 stimulus package is reparations. And what he says is, let me give an example of something that really bothers me. This is Lindsey Graham. I'm putting in this bill. If you're a farmer, your loan can be forgiven up to 120 percent of your loan.


Oh, so the money that you borrowed, plus what a tip back to Lindsey Graham. If you're socially disadvantaged, if you're African-American, some other minority. But if you're a white person. If you're a white woman, no, forgive this. That's reparations. What does this have to do with covid? Lindsey Graham asked. Well, it's also racism. This is a racist bill. Joe Biden is a racist, he doesn't know he's a racist because he's also suffering from cognitive.


Decline. But this is a racist bill, the White House is racist. Joe Biden and everybody who voted for this are racists. I guarantee. If Donald Trump are jeudy to complete the sentence. I don't instead, I want you to listen to this. Rush Limbaugh talked about this, about backdoor reparations. Listen right here as Rush addresses that. Now, the House of Representatives yesterday passed landmark legislation to pay for some four point six billion dollars in settlements with American Indians and black farmers who say they face discrimination and mistreatment from the government.


What's new? Lawmakers voted 256 to 152 to send the measure to President Obama, whose regime brokered the settlements over the past year. The package would reward some three point four billion to American Indians over claims they were cheated out of royalties overseen by the Interior Department for resources like oil, gas and timber. Another one point two billion with a B.. None of this money we have, by the way, would go to American African-Americans who claim they were unfairly denied loans and other assistance from the Agriculture Department.


These settlements have broad bipartisan support, but had stalled on Capitol Hill over costs until the Senate broke a stalemate earlier this month. You know, speaking of bipartisan and just to illustrate the phoniness of Obama on this.


If Obama really wants to be bipartisan, then why not press for some of the things for which there's actual bipartisan support, like extending the Bush tax cuts for everybody I'm sorry, tax rates for everybody? I mean, that's got Republican and Democrat support. Why not find a way to fund the extension of unemployment benefits in accordance with PAYGO, which Republicans and even some Democrats want, i.e. pay for it, cut something else in the budget or take the money from unspent TARP or portcullis funds?


I mean, there's plenty of opportunities here for real bipartisanship. That's not what he's interested in at all. And this just makes the point. But now back to this business of the House passing landmark legislation to pay for some four point six dollars billion in settlements with American Indians and black farmers who say they face discrimination. Here are some interesting numbers.


There are 18000 black farmers alive in America, yet 84000 African-Americans applied for money under the Pigford settlement is what this is called, 18000 black farmers. But 84000 African-Americans applied for free money. Obama money under this bill. Now something doesn't add up. All 84000 got the money, but there are only 18000 farmers. This was a settlement for discrimination against black farmers and 84000 African-Americans. Got some money and there's something not right here leads all the way to the Obama oval orifice.


If this did not involve African-Americans, this could become the number one political story of next year, because this this is corruption right out in front of everybody's eyes. The left is celebrating the fact that it found a creative way to pass reparations. So that's what this is, reparations.


You know, I have used the term reparations previously to describe other Democrat legislation, and the left just goes bonkers over. They can't deal with it.


And the reason is for some reason, it hits too close to home. Well, what else would you call this?


18000 black farmers alive, 84000 black people getting free money from the Obama stash under this settlement under Pigford.


It just doesn't add up, nor does one hundred and twenty percent forgiveness of alone. One hundred and twenty percent. Well, if you are what Lindsey Graham said, socially disadvantaged or African-American, if you're white, white woman, white man out of luck, enduring wisdom that still applies today. Let's talk to George about that wisdom. George is in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. George, you're in the Rush Limbaugh program. It's in your guidance today. Welcome, George.


Thank you, Tod. And Mega hanging chad. Ditto.


So I always make negative because I don't call it or office. I call it office. And I don't think government as a government. And I still call those little germ buckets. I call them crumb crunchers.


So you you are a long time students of of of the Professor Lombards. You absolutely.


And remember one important thing. The learning never ends. All right. Having grown up in Sacramento, California, myself, I knew exactly what restaurant every time about real Linda.


Well, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Slow down. This is so important. Everybody needs to. You know this, please explain the real Linda thing, because I heard Rush explain it one time, but I'd love to hear it to the ears of a fellow students of the Lemba Institute. So really, this is just a little it's just outside of Sacramento, the county, right. And you probably could put university in there, too, but we'll use real Linda.


And when you drive through real Linda and this is back, I left in the 80s and so Rusty's there in the 90s. It hadn't changed. It's it's just a backward spot. It's like wartime time left behind. No November radio. Linda, it's just just time had left that spot behind. And when you think of sort of a I don't know, maybe an Old Pony Express, count your money that might come to pass.


But I once heard from a guy who is a bit of a well, you know what? Former wrestler, punk rocker that his name is Henry Rollins. I went to a live show. Henry did a really, really phenomenal show, actually. And Henry Rollins had asserted that in the United States of America, every Paul Stanley kiss van is in in in Encinitas, California. So is that true that if you go to UNIDO, the place is just lousy with with vans, with beautiful paintings of kiss the band on the side?


Yeah, there's so many throwbacks. Again, you know, you leave L.A., it's a different it's a different world. And, you know, you've done such a great job today. And it's going to make two quick points. One goes was on on Kennedy. So, yeah, shortly after the one thing he said that troubled him more than anything about the perception of basketball was that he was a racist. So thank you for playing on that. And you could tell that Bo was deeply concerned about you never liked it.


It just kept him up. And, you know, I've been listening since the hanging chad days in '99. And, you know, I've been through August when he had his heart attack in. I couldn't wait for the six weeks to get back. And he was upfront about his addiction when he was gone. For that, I couldn't wait for him to get back as everybody else. And then the guy couldn't hear. He's in radio, he's in here.


And he came back and then the kids that either one of those four things would have shut down any other hosts, they were just packed in the towel. He's gone through so much and kept coming back for us. It's absolutely amazing. And I'll never forget the day I heard on Monday. Oh, I got married because Catherine was talking about it on the show not too long ago.


I think what was a secret, like I said. Yeah, the like how did I know that I love. Yeah. So how did he keep that away? So I agreed.


Listen, you know what you're talking about a man. And just only because the clock is our enemy. George, that's it. You I don't even really want to add on to what you said because you spoke so well about it. I'll just point this out. There are people whose lives have been saved. I mean, this literally because of Rush Limbaugh's optimism and and in owning his success meant owning where he fell short on things. I appreciate the phone call, George.


It was a great call. It's Todd Hermann, your guide host this week on the EIB. No.


That's Todd Hermans just such an honor to be with you guys today as we continue to bring Rush Limbaugh's incredible enduring wisdom to today's news cycle. Speaking of that, you know, the the trial of the officers accused of killing George Floyd is about to get under way. Davis selected a juror, one of the jury members. One of the jurors was a fan of the Black Lives Matter Incorporated domestic terror group because he says black people are marginalized. So he'll be on the jury.


And it's one of the biggest lies told about Rush's that he's a racist and finally took that on Sean Hannity's show and demolished it. I and Rush, you could hear this like when he talked to certain cause I loved during Rush get energy from callers. It happened a lot. And to my ear, though, it was really prevalent, really clear when Rush got to speak with a young person just ready to burst forth with energy, you know, particularly today's counterrevolution.


So tell me if you hear the thrill in Rush's voice right here. Destinee in Bethesda, Maryland, it's great to have you with us. Great.


Hi. Oh, my goodness. Rush, thank you so much for taking my call. Best to bear with me. I'm so nervous and excited. You are amazing. And you are just an invaluable jewel to the country and the world also. Hi to my dad, Kirk. He's retired Baltimore City Police, my hero. So I guess I have to preface by saying that I am black, I am also a millennial and I am a female. I wish those things did not matter.


But unfortunately, the left is like just so relentless in their game of, like, divisive politics. It's still relevant to my overall point. I saw you in CPAC in 2009 and your main speech was about not taking on a victim mentality. And I was so fired up and it was amazing and I was so happy to see you. And I remember realizing that I've never felt that way in my whole life, even though the left would label me and say that I should be feeling that way.


And I just really I am so fired up, especially with this whole cabinet thing. I feel like this whole divisive war on men. I'm so fired up. I want everyone to feel that way. I am so committed to doing everything I can to expose this. I'm inviting all my friends to listen to you throughout the week and at the weekend we are going to get together and we're going to talk. I feel like you can't rely on the mainstream media to do any of that for you.


And I believe that's the only reason why the left still has as much reach and as much power as we do.


That is actually that is a very you know, your pet, your enthusiasm is great. You said you're a millennial, so you're you're near 30 and I'm on the upper edge.


I'm sorry. I'll be 33 next. All right. You're right there on the upper right. But I remember that passion. I remember it. I had it. I still do. That's the great thing. A lot of people outgrow it. A lot of people grow out of it when they don't see as much success as they envisioned. When they don't see it happening as quickly as some people. It's not that they give up. They just lose some of the pack.


Don't lose the passion. Exactly. Do not lose the passion as you continue to do this.


I will not. I'm so fired up and I just got left. Kanye wanting more people like him to come out. I feel so bad for him, like I've experienced that sort of like attack me saying like, oh, I'm Republican or I'm conservative. I can't imagine what it's like for him. I think he's doing an amazing thing. And I think this is a really pivotal time. And I think I have hope that the left is just losing it and they're unraveling and I have hope for my generation.


I think I'm so enthused to hear that you are the second, maybe the third millennial age caller today with the same belief that what you're watching on the left is that and unravel. I mean, you're watching them come unglued and I hope you're right would make perfect sense to me. Look, thanks so much for the call. I appreciate it. Keep the passion. Did you hear Rush just draw energy from that phone call? And when we get down to these times, just remember that there's a lot of people like Destinee just waiting to be led.


We're going to go out early because you need to hear. The news out of New York about Andrew Cuomo. State police and lifting some travel restrictions. Gee, I wonder why and might want to travel. That's next on the Rush Limbaugh program.


Todd Hermann, your guide host, just thanks to the great, incredible work of Timmy, by putting together this program, making it so easy for me to bring Rush's enduring words of wisdom and compare them to today's news. Tomorrow, we will have the speech that Joe Biden has doubtlessly rehearsed countless times. And for you to hear how much Rush is able to predict is able to predict what Biden would do when he gives this rehearsed speech. This is just breaking news out of New York and New York Post.


The latest groping allegations against the emperor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, whose brother is an actor. And CNN has been they haven't launched an official probe, but it's been referred to the Albany Police Department. They've contacted the victim's attorney. And in a completely unrelated happening, Andrew Cuomo has announced he's going to lift domestic travel restrictions that he's had that were to believe because of the covid flu. Now, certainly, I mean, this wouldn't be anti Cuomo thinking that he could go to a state that doesn't have the ability to scoop him up and take him to the police for questioning.


He wouldn't want to be able to hide away. And like a and even friendlier blue state, this is going to get really interesting really quick. Of course, Biden's not going to be asked about this tonight because he's just going to be reading into a camera. So tomorrow, Rush Limbaugh, having passed on to heaven, will in fact describe and predict what Biden says tonight. It's been a great honor to be with you, Todd Hermann, your guide host this week on the EIB Network.