Object Lesson: Axios Lies About Me the Way They Lie About Trump
Added 09-17-20 01:42:03pm EST - “RUSH: I've never told anybody to stay there when a wildfire is about to destroy your home or wherever you happen to be. And I have barely even discussed hurricanes in this particular season.” - Rushlimbaugh.com
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RUSH: This is how it happens. Grab audio sound bite number 1. Before playing this sound bite, I want to remind everybody, I want to assure everybody, I want to plaintively state to everybody that I have never told anyone not to evacuate from a wildfire. I’ve never told anybody to stay there when a wildfire is about to destroy your home or wherever you happen to be. And I have barely even discussed hurricanes in this particular season, and I have yet to mention Hurricane Sally.
But that doesn’t matter. A couple days ago on a podcast called Axios Today — and I know why they’re doing it. They’re doing this so I will mention them because when I mention them all kinds of people will check it out. When I mention something it expands the number of clicks, it expands the number of people that check something out. I happen to create interest in whatever it is that I mention.
And so then you might say, “Well, then why are you mentioning these clowns?” Because there’s a larger concern here, and is to illustrate for you how the left and the media are literally is poisoning the minds of Americans. I’ve touched on it many times, but specifically earlier in this busy broadcast week.
So on Tuesday Axios Today podcast, a segment on people refusing to evacuate for hurricanes and wildfires. And, frankly, I didn’t even know that that was a big deal. In fact, I just read today that one of the big problems with people evacuating from the wildfires, you know what it is? Looting. Bad guys are waiting and watching and noting who leaves their homes, and they’re going in there and stealing everything from them. Yeah. I have it here in the Stack ready to go. Anyway, here’s the audio from the Axios Today podcast.
NIALA BOODHOO: We know our media diets can have an influence on who and what we trust. But now that even includes evacuation orders before a natural disaster, whether we’re talking about a hurricane or a wildfire. That’s what researchers at UCLA found in a study that looked at evacuation patterns of Floridians before Hurricane Irma in 2017.
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