RUSH: So now we’re seeing leftists take to the streets, vandalizing property, committing arson, and assaulting people they assume are Pro-Trump.
RUSH: There's the game analysis, and there's two ways to analyze this game: The X's and O's and on-field strategy, and then the intangibles, and then determining which of the two will have a greater impact on the outcome of the game: The X's and O's and the strategy, or the intangibles? I'm voting for the intangibles.
RUSH: They still haven't realized what's hit them, I don't think. They're gonna make up polls, approval polls. They're gonna try to tell you Trump's the most unpopular president after three weeks that we've ever had in America. They're gonna make you think that everybody that voted for Trump is abandoning him, except you. They want you to think you're alone.
RUSH: It's just really fraught with potential danger for the president and for everybody else.
RUSH: There are people who think that the Pentagon is trying to sabotage and undermine Trump.
RUSH: I don't think there's any conspiracies with Trump. I think one of the problems people have with Trump is he is who he is. And most everybody else in politics is trying to hide who they really are and, from the moment they've wanted to go into politics, they hide who they are.
RUSH: It isn’t Trump’s Washington yet, by any measure. The establishment is still in charge of this town, folks. It’s one of the things that’s wrong with it.
RUSH: Isn't it amazing how this happens? You get a Democrat out of office and a Republican in office, and, all of a sudden, the Drive-Bys note what they claim — and it's true — is a more realistic number.
RUSH: The minute this thing was implemented we knew there was gonna be overwhelming fear of actually repealing it, 'cause it's taking away. That's Santa Claus going back down the chimney on December 27th and taking everything back to the North Pole, in their minds, and they don't want to be that Santa Claus.
RUSH: The New York Times had a story this week blaming me and that show in Sacramento for the anti-immigrant attitude that existed in California during the 1980s when guys like Pete Wilson were being elected governor.
RUSH: The Drive-Bys were breathlessly reporting that Gorsuch had headed up, in prep school, a pro-fascist club. Had you heard that? It turns out to be totally made up. It was totally fake.
RUSH: The labor secretary, former labor secretary, Robert B. Reichhhh, claims that the protesters in Berkeley were actually hired by Breitbart. That it was a Breitbart false flag.
RUSH: It's an exhaustive, extensive study of fake news and it has revealed that even the stories claiming fake news affected the outcome were themselves fake news.
RUSH: No longer is this just gonna be a long list of stories that I might mention on the program. Now, you will get specifically the stories that I talk about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but ran out of time. It's going to be more of a real-time base feature rather than just a generic list of places that I go to prep the show.