RUSH: On Monday, Joe Biden appeared on a web-streaming program with AFL-CIO boss Richard Trumka. Biden played the tough guy.
RUSH: A lot of people say the phrase is "too little, too late." It's too much, too late. I think the American people have reached what I call their absorption level. They're worn out.
RUSH: You know, a lot of people tell me that I have a lot in common with Donald Trump, and they're right.
RUSH: Donald Trump was elected as an outsider. He was elected to drain the swamp. Everybody knew that was not gonna be pretty.
RUSH: I think the NFL doesn't get it still. People do not want to show up and have this stuff rammed down their throats.
RUSH: Do you realize how big this is? Let me try to put this in perspective for you. The Drive-By Media has been presenting this guy as a hero.
RUSH: There is a very key constituency within the Democrat Party, and that constituency is stupid people.
RUSH: They don't want to have Trump get any credit this close to the election. This is fascinating.
RUSH: It's gotta be real hard to get out of bed and go to work every day if I'm CNN. You know why? Because everything they've tried has blown up in their face.
RUSH: I dismissed the whole notion of white privilege when I did my interview with my old buddy, Charlamagne tha God, and The Breakfast Club. This whole notion of white privilege is a construct.
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