PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 1:
George Floyd trial. Rush on the psychology of Democrat-sponsored riots. Judge chastises Maxine Waters, says her comments give Chauvin grounds for appeal. Former George W. Bush aide Matthew Dowd praises Maxine's call for confrontational protest. Rush on the best way to deal with Auntie Maxine. Rush was in the free speech business, stalled the march of leftism. Rush on how leftist organizations hijack legitimate protests. Capitol Hill Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who the NY Times and the entire Drive-By Media told us was killed by a fire extinguisher to the head, actually died of natural causes. James Golden, aka Bo Snerdley, to launch new podcast series on Rush.
PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 2:
Biden claims credit for the Bin Laden raid he opposed. Rush reminds us that Biden is always wrong. Bill Maher gets something right, praises DeSantis handling of the virus. Fauci's flip flopping. Greta Thunberg on the climate and covid. Project Veritas catches CNN employee on tape admitting they used the covid tracker as a tool to boost ratings, defeat Trump. Rush on how the media reprograms your brain. Trump on the border. The day Rush came up with the term "Undocumented Democrats."
PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 3:
Apple restores Parler to app store. Rush praises DeSantis campaign against Big Tech, predicts that Republicans who follow the Trump-DeSantis model will be the leaders of the future. James Golden, aka Bo Snerdley, debuts new podcast on May 12th: "Rush Limbaugh: The Man Behind the Golden EIB Microphone." Rush on the Big Tech oligarchs. Shooting at Long Island supermarket. Cuomo just relaxed New York bail rules. EIB High Note: World War I Memorial opens with the kind of military flyover Rush loved. Rush talking about the impact flyovers had on him.
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