RUSH: President Trump has outsmarted the left yet again to figure out how to get people loyal to him in positions of importance.
RUSH: It was dark and dank, uninspiring, nothing uplifting about it whatsoever.
RUSH: Did they really need to use these women twice to get enough gals to fill the screen and awkwardly clap for Kamala Harris, or did they just get lazy?
RUSH: Looking out through the camera, "You gotta vote! You gotta go vote!" I mean, it was over the top. There has to be a reason.
RUSH: If Trump wins in November, the investigations will go on. They will disclose the treachery that Obama engaged in trying to destroy Michael Flynn.
RUSH: They've got everybody on their side that we consider an opponent, and they let everybody down. You could see it. You could see it in the post-speech commentary.
RUSH: Look at all of these issues that they have left to Donald Trump.
RUSH: It knows how we see each other. So, if you are a racist, this virus knows it.
RUSH: "Guess what you're gonna have to put right next door to the Smiths over there? You're gonna need to put 'affordable housing.'"
RUSH: You all know the score, how this all works. It's the game of justice. The Democrats have yet to lose, and the Republicans are hard-pressed to win.
RUSH: Look, folks, everybody knows that Donald Trump knows how to put on a show. He is, among all the other things he is, a showman, and he's not gonna stand for a series of boring presentations.
CALLER: I'm sitting here in a lawn chair in Old Forge, PA, in Joe Biden's backyard, and the streets are packed, lined with Trump rooters, supporters, flags, T-shirts, umbrellas. It's wonderful to be here.
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