RUSH: It's amazing. I tell jokes about liberals… Within minutes, either the joke comes true or the characterization is something that they actually go out there and do.
RUSH: I'm still responsible for all the protests out there. Despite never having advocated even one of them.
RUSH: Look, there's always the risk that any politician runs in angering their base.
RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, do you realize how vapid that is? The illness is not death. There's a 98% recovery rate. That number is out, it hasn't been refuted.
RUSH: In LA County and Santa Clara County, they have found that the mortality rate is around 0.1%. These two studies have come under merciless attack.
RUSH: This is really the best way I've heard of putting this in perspective. The objective: Are we trying to keep people from dying or just keep them from getting sick?
RUSH: There are actual constitutional rights that are being denied and trampled on.
RUSH: They're reveling in the fact that this economic collapse is hurting Trump. Where is this pressure to reopen? I don't see it.
RUSH: I got a bunch of sneers when I mentioned that some countries are doling out nicotine patches as a way of limiting the severity of the coronavirus.
RUSH: There's not a supply problem at all. They are having to throw away what would normally end up on the grocery store shelves because the processing plants are being shut down.
RUSH: You will get specifically the stories that I talk about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but ran out of time.
RUSH: So what's more dangerous for America? The coronavirus with parents staying at home with their children, or an esteemed, credentialed Harvard professor and child advocate?
RUSH: He's being destroyed by the health and medical experts in the administrative state. He's being destroyed by the Drive-By Media.
RUSH: The one thing people in the emails that I check are asking me is, "Why are you so convinced that we can open up?" And that's a good question.
RUSH: I want to read a headline to you. This headline is from one of my tech blogs, Ars Technica. Ready?
RUSH: I don't blame you for being ticked off. A lot of people are, including me.
RUSH: The belief in Sweden is that the virus is gonna spread no matter what people do.
RUSH: I have seen stories of nurses and other health care professionals and hospitals saying they've been laid off. Because there isn't enough work.
RUSH: I want to weigh in on Michelle Obama and the rumor out there that she might end up being the vice presidential running mate for Joe Biden.
RUSH: He said some cities have had to file for bankruptcy. Why should the states get bailed out?