RUSH: Residents of Baltimore are so fed up with the constant killings in their city, they are now taking it upon themselves to try and stop it. At least for a weekend.
RUSH: We all wish him the best here.
RUSH: This was, I think, an invitation to resign last night. Sessions came out today and says no way, I love this job, I'm very tuned to it, I want to serve my country, and I'm gonna continue to do this as long as it's appropriate. So he sent the message back that if you don't like me here you're gonna have to fire me 'cause I'm not gonna resign.
RUSH: Dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut dadelut. It's time, my friends, for a feminist update. And in fact it is an update on a feminazi story that we detailed for you earlier in the week.
RUSH: There just doesn't seem to be all that much concern in the Senate about punishment for not repealing Obamacare. We're told it's the most important thing in their lives, the number one, two, three, four, five priority, getting reelected. And yet not repealing Obamacare is guaranteed to lose. They are guaranteed to lose. Why are they not worried about it? I don't pretend to have the answer.
RUSH: I'm telling you — do not doubt me on this — Trump was elected because a majority of his voters thinks the left needs to be stopped and he was the only vehicle for it. I'm not saying there was not an emotional connection to Trump. There was. I was the first to categorize it, explain it, and detail it for people. And it's deep.
RUSH: Now the polling data is starting to come out, part of what Mr. Snerdley says is all hell breaking loose in the last 24 hours. Reuters, barely able to contain themselves here: "About one in eight people who voted for President Donald Trump said they are not sure they would do so again after witnessing Trump's tumultuous first six months in office."
RUSH: Grab audio sound bites. Classic illustration. Major point made on the program yesterday. And particularly I think a valid point if you're trying to convince Millennials of something. Let me restate it a slightly different way.
RUSH: They flee what they know. They flee their friends. They abandon all of their familiar, safe surroundings, and they take this giant risk of going out into flyover country in an effort to discover why people there do what they do. Why did people in Ohio and Pennsylvania, West Virginia, why did they vote for Trump?
RUSH: I will be here. It will probably end up being a good thing, because if you think all hell broke loose, you know, whenever I'm gone it really breaks loose. So being here will moderate things.
RUSH: The latest supposed bombshell from a leak, from an anonymous source, is that the special investigation, Robert Mueller has already expanded to investigate — are you ready for this? — any and all business dealings that Trump has ever had with any Russian.
RUSH: All of these leaks involving unmasked Americans, those are felonies. Those are illegal. The media is printing this stuff… I'm not surprised that Samantha Power has now been said to be at the top of the list of suspects who might be engaging in it… I think the big scandal is the media knows who the felons are, the media are willing accomplices to this felonious behavior. And it may be one of the biggest scandals in our nation's history.
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.