RUSH: The only important question is why Democrat mayors and governors have put up with Antifa and haven't called for the federal help they need to crush these violent, anti-American extremists!
RUSH: The only word I have for it is frustrating. So frustrating… It was Trump versus two people last night.
RUSH: Trump 66, Biden 34, and there was universal shock when that number came in… You know why? Trump was seen as a fighter and a defender last night.
RUSH: The consensus is that Trump embarrassed himself and his supporters. That's what they all think. Now, given that, why wouldn't they want another debate?
RUSH: He has never spoken in support of white supremacy. He has never spoken in support of militia groups. So the presumption is what bugs me, the presumption of guilt.
RUSH: For anybody who follows the news, there is no debate about this. Antifa cells have been perpetrating violence and vandalism for years.
RUSH: This is as clear-cut as anything has ever been, and one of the choices is the absolute end of this country as you and I know it.
RUSH: So the Commission on Presidential Debates says they need to add new tools to maintain order. Does that mean, Mr. Snerdley, that Chris Wallace is an insufficient tool?
RUSH: I actually broached the subject in a discussion much like the one you brought up. What do we have in common? Where do we overlap? What are the things that unify us?
RUSH: If you got four players with COVID that can't play, go replace 'em from your practice squad. Play the game.
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