TODD: Listen to Biden, that man does not know what's going on. Rush himself asked, who is doing this to Joe Biden?
TODD: The trial of the officers who were accused of killing George Floyd is underway, and Rush, as you know, believed really strongly in supporting officers, of course.
TODD: The dynamics that Rush is gonna discuss here are tearing to the ground cities like Louisville, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Seattle, Portland, and Oakland.
TODD: You have Democrats preparing a $1.3 billion so-called loan forgiveness for people who went to college and took out debt.
TODD: Rush Limbaugh told us this would be the case.
RUSH: Romney's one of these RINOs, a mainstream Republican who's almost afraid to be a Republican.
TODD: Now, people who pretended to know what Rush's show was about but didn't listen. They had no idea how deep into topics like this Rush went on a daily basis.
TODD: On one of the final shows Rush did for us, he was still knocking it out of the park with his analysis of the Democrats' lust to totally control us and how successful they are.
TODD: Rush loved Ronald Reagan. He spoke of Ronald Reagan's brilliant embrace of the right to self-defense at the 1983 NRA convention.
TODD: Bravery is acting even though you're afraid, and Rush made a career of doing things that made a lot of people afraid.
TODD: Rush was the first and best at making the argument that these selective lockdowns were un-American.
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TODD: Of course, as always, Rush was on top of all of this. This is Rush Limbaugh using Obama's own words to quickly de-pants the Democrats' claims of compassion on immigration.
TODD: It's phenomenal how this all fits together, Rush and his indelible wisdom and what we're watching today.
TODD: Rush explained the tactic the left uses to fool Republicans, debates over the freedoms of self-defense. We've got to do something.
TODD: They're floating this idea of a per-mile charge to fund what they pretend is an infrastructure bill, which is a big spending bill, as Rush will explain.
TODD: Rush helped a young man in Florida learn that to political people, everything is political, even issues young people connect to liberty, like weed.
TODD: Rush did this by way of optimism and by way of humor. And we have such opportunities to do this.
TODD: And who did Rush just mention, and who's back in place? Janet Yellen. See? His wisdom lasts into this era, and I think it always will.
TODD: When Bezos bought the Washington Post, Rush predicted he would go after Trump.