RUSH: The LA Times just ran a long piece by Jody Rosen, calling for a new national anthem.
RUSH: There's some polling data that I want to share with you. And, you know, I'm the first guy to eschew polling data because I think so much of it is fake.
RUSH: I just find it fascinating. Of all the people that could have been the Democrat nominee, for two elections in a row they've chosen somebody they literally have to prop up.
RUSH: Now, ladies and gentlemen, did you see what the director of the Centers for Disease Control happened to say?
RUSH: The biggest story in the country, and you can't find it. You literally can't find it, certainly not anywhere in the Drive-By Media.
RUSH: Scott Atlas, Hoover Institute senior fellow. He's brilliant. He is conservative. He is fearless. He is a scholar. He is a literal, genuine expert on this data.
RUSH: No wonder you're having to call in here anonymously and not even tell us what part of the state of Texas that you're in because you're revealing some really earth-shattering information here.
RUSH: Trump yesterday was asked why are African-Americans still dying at the hands of the cops in this country. And you know what the president said? He said, "So are white people." And the freakout began.
RUSH: Hawaii is total tourism. That's its business. That is its lifeblood. And there hasn't been any because the Hawaii state government has not allowed any.
RUSH: There were some primary runoffs last night. And both of Trump's endorsed candidates won, one of them in a major, major, major landslide.
RUSH: Beltway politicians and campaign professionals, the consultants, they still don't understand why Trump was elected. They don't understand why people support Trump.
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