RUSH: Gary, Cape May, New Jersey. Great to have you, sir. Hello.
CALLER: Thank you very much. Mega prayers, Rush. Two things I want to tell you, Rush. Number one: Quit apologizing. You have nothing to apologize for. If people can’t keep up with what you’re saying, so be it. But we understand what you’re saying.
RUSH: Thank you, sir. Thank you very much. I appreciate that.
CALLER: And number two: Over the last few weeks I’ve heard you say that you feel you’ve failed in getting your message out there about liberalism. I want you to know that you have absolutely not failed. You have not failed, sir. We understand. Okay? We wish you all the best. Be well.
RUSH: Well, thank you. I really appreciate that. Let me share something that I saw this morning also during show prep period. It was Fox; so it’s not gonna appear anywhere but there. But there were some Keystone XL pipeline workers who’d been let go because Biden has shut it down, and they were reacting to having their jobs taken away, eliminated.
They were bemoaning the fact that they now gotta now rely on $15-an-hour minimum wage or they’ve now gotta rely on selling solar panels. And I’m watching this. And I don’t know if any of the people… It looked like about 15 people who were part of the protest. I don’t know if any of them listen to this program.
But I kept… I just couldn’t stop thinking, “Why are you people surprised? What do you think the Democrat Party is? What do you think all this climate change argument is about?” It’s clear as a bell that they have no desire to enhance your life! They’re taking jobs away from you! This is what Biden and his administration are hell-bent on doing. They want you to become dependent on them.
They want you to become, the old term, a ward of the state. You’re not supposed to have enough power to oppose them! So they shut down the Keystone XL pipeline and tell you to go out and sell solar panels or whatever. You’re supposed to be grateful. Now, I was happy to see these guys standing up and protesting.
But I found myself asking, “How many of them voted for Biden, or how many of them vote for Democrats?” I don’t know. There’s no way of knowing. But it was along the lines of me… Suppose they’ve listened to me, suppose they’ve heard me talk about all this, and they didn’t pay it any attention, or maybe they did.
Maybe they voted for Trump and I just don’t know what I’m talking about. But it was… The odds are that there are a lot of people, coal miners, a lot of people that voted for Biden who had no idea what he’s gonna do and what’s yet to come. That’s why I say they’re gonna overstep, and it isn’t gonna take ’em long, and it isn’t gonna be pretty when all kinds of people start to figure it out.