PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 1:
BLM riots in Dallas and across the country. Foot Locker donates millions to BLM. Rush explains how riots are a routine tactic of the left, aren't "mostly peaceful", cost billions in damage. House Democrats to vote on reparations as Rush predicted they would as part of their Green New Deal agenda. Jason Whitlock locked out of Twitter for tweeting about BLM founder's mansions. Rush on Whitlock's truth-telling about BLM, the NBA and China. Bernie Madoff dies, Rush points out he was a big donor to Democrats. Minnesota cop to be charged with 2nd degree manslaughter
PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 2:
Will Smith pulls movie out of Georgia over voting law he probably never read. 70% of Americans support voter ID. Rush on identity politics. Rush on Nikki Haley. Rasmussen: 47% think Biden's election was fraudulent. Hillary said her loss was fraudulent and she had no proof. We have proof. Rush on Trump's approval rating with Republicans, how the Never Trumpers who found Biden acceptable are responsible for all the losses the conservative movement has suffered over the years, in elections and the culture wars. Police officer calls in, explains how mistakes can happen, begs media to give cops a voice.
PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 3:
Ken reflects on Hour 2 call from police officer. Biden says he'll withdraw all troops from Afghanistan. Rush on when Obama promised to pull out troops from Iraq. Schumer and AOC funeral aid program allows death certificates to be altered for those who "may have" died of Covid. Americans have become compliant to having their rights violated. Rush on media claims that Americans are cool with surveillance as long as Democrats are doing it. EIB High Note: The story of inspiring Little Rock police officer Tommy Norman.
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