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RUSH: I kind of knew it was gonna happen, and so I’m gonna have to expand on this today. ‘Cause I didn’t quite make my full strategy understood. So everybody’s focusing on one part of it, which is understandable. It’s the part I focused on.
But there’s another part of it that I think needs to be addressed. Yeah, this is the Trump to California thing that the Drive-By Media — oh, man, this must scare them because they went nuts last night, they went nuts this morning.
Greetings get rid of and welcome. It’s Rush Limbaugh. We’re back at it here on hump day, the EIB Network at 800-282-2882. The Limbaugh Institute, also available by email, [email protected]
Now, let me give you the brief history of this, if you’re not familiar. I think on Monday we were talking about all of the problems in Los Angeles and San Francisco, these metro areas, the whole state’s run by Democrats, and it has been for many years. Whatever the problems are in Californian cities, the Republicans have nothing to do with because they don’t have any power whatsoever. They don’t have the power to stop anything, they don’t have the power to pass anything.
So everything that’s happening in California now that people are complaining about can be traced directly to Democrats and Democrat policies. And the story that triggered me was the rising number of homeless people in Los Angeles, downtown Los Angeles, it’s so bad that the downtown LAPD headquarters has become rat and vermin infested. And the story talked about how the city is buying more of skid row to give to the homeless for them to live in.
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