PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 1:
NBC doctors another tape! NBC news caught deceptively editing Columbus shooting video, 911 call audio. Even Don Lemon and Fredo Cuomo condemn NBC. Rush on NBC doctoring tapes in the past, exploding trucks, George Zimmerman 911 call. Rush on how he was raised to respect police by his family in Missouri. BLM protester says the constitution is a white supremacist document. Epic Rush monologue: We're witnessing the utter failure of liberalism. Replay of yesterday's caller Joyce from Houston. Black caller on respecting police. Biden, Kerry and Greta Thunberg.
PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 2:
State of Texas pushes back, sues Biden for ignoring covid rules at the southern border. Greta Thunberg threatens Congress. Rush compares the media treatment of Nick Sandmann and Greta Thunberg. Female African-American caller who calls herself "Firecracker". Former VP Walter Mondale died this week, Rush talks about how the Democrats haven't changed from Mondull's debate against Bob Dole in 1976 right up through Joe Biden. The media and policing. 18-year-old apologizes for what he used to say about Rush before he started listening.
PODCAST SUMMARY HOUR 3:
New York, the state of Love Client #9, Eliot Spitzer, drops prostitution prosecutions. Rush on how the media questioned monogamy, excused prostitution during Spitzer and Paterson scandals. Rush on leftist attacks on police. Active-duty Missouri police officer on how he still loves the job. Replay of Joyce's call from yesterday. Rush on the "Wise Latina" Sonia Sotomayor and reverse racism. Sacramento caller on a fundraiser Rush did for police. Police officer: When good cops are pushed out, bad ones take their place. Todd talks to the woman who organized Rush's trip to Afghanistan in 2005.
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