Mueller Report: No Collusion or Obstruction. Period.
RUSH: We have a political document here written by pro-Hillary investigators and Mueller, designed to create the very news environment that we are in the middle of today.
This Report Documents that the Steele Dossier Was Fake
RUSH: In footnote 112 of the Mueller report (I think it’s page 27), they acknowledge that the pee tape story in the dossier was fake.
CNN Claims Trump Feeling Screwed as Admission of Guilt
RUSH: Trump was not talking about that. He was talking about how these investigations paralyze presidents.
No, Barr Did Not Just Exonerate Hillary
RUSH: He’s trying to make the point when he says “no official of the Trump administration — and, in fact, no American — colluded with Russia to affect this election” in the context of: Did Trump do it, did the Trump campaign do it?
Humbling Story About Dittohead Daughter
CALLER: I have a mentally challenged daughter. She's 35, and she did not understand politics at all.
Polls and Facts Won’t Stop Democrats from Targeting Trump
RUSH: The point of this today was for the media to be able to go back on offense on the subject of getting rid of Trump.
Obama, October 2016: The Russians Can’t Hack Our Elections
OBAMA 2016: There is no serious person out there who would suggest somehow that you could even — you could even rig America's elections…
Millennial Eschews Negativism, Counts Our Blessings
RUSH: She's not a socialist, and she doesn't want to be. "Thoughts from a Hipster Coffee Shop," by Alyssa Ahlgren.
Refugees Fleeing Oppressive U.S. States
RUSH: I knew we weren't gonna be talking about this kind of stuff today so I just decided to do the links themselves and let the links speak for themselves.
Rush 24/7 Stack of Stuff
RUSH: These are the specific stories I talked about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but just ran out of time. It’s a real-time feature rather than just a generic list of places that I go to prep the show.
Rush 24/7 Morning Update: Not Fair
RUSH: In 1975, pollsters asked if men were better suited, emotionally, to hold public office. Nearly 50 percent of Americans said yeah, men were better suited.