Rush Limbaugh just cut through the media noise with a brutally honest prediction about the Trump Biden race.
Rush warned his listeners not to get too wrapped up in the polls right now and said a huge swing and a tightening of the race will happen.
But then he made a prediction based on what usually does not get polled and Rush said Trump will win and he will win big because the choice will between order and chaos.
Rush said, “Let me go through the Stack of Stuff here. I originally was gonna pass this stuff by, but here’s one from American Greatness. The headline: “Florida Poll Cause for Both Concern and Optimism — Clear-eyed political observers understand there is more than meets the eye with almost any poll. Everyone wants to trumpet the one topline — ‘Biden beating Trump by 10!’ — without really digging in to see what else a poll is saying. With last week’s American Greatness/TIPP Florida poll, however, there are some important and interesting data points that deserve closer examination.
“Yes, Biden is leading Trump by 10 points in a state that Trump cannot afford to lose. That’s cause for concern. No electoral map makes sense for Trump if he loses Florida. And yes, among likely voters, which is a key data point, if the election were held today, their votes go to Biden by an 11-point margin.”
But the election is not today, and none of this — look. One thing I’m consistent about, when you go back, if we wanted to document them for you, I have literally become worn out by media people that are totally poll-driven and rely almost exclusively, entirely on polls to form their thinking about who’s popular, who isn’t, what’s gonna win, who’s gonna win, who isn’t.
We had a little poll last week showing Hillary Clinton ahead of Donald Trump by 11 points, the same time, same poll that shows Biden ahead of Trump by 11 points now. And, of course, we know what happened. Hillary Clinton didn’t win by 11 points, she didn’t win, period. But more than that, nobody’s gonna remember this poll. Here we have a poll taken, what, June 23rd or even if it was last week. We’re not close enough to the election yet where these polls matter because there are still events that are going to shape the election that haven’t happened yet. There’s no question about that.
So the polling data that’s taken now and reported has a different purpose than trying to predict the winner. Oh, they might tell you that’s what they’re trying to do, but that’s not what these polls are about now.
I don’t get worked up about them. Even if they show my particular candidate in a good light, unless I think the election is a slam dunk anyway this far out. And my thinking right now is that Trump wins this and wins this big.
You know what’s missing in all of these polls? We literally have what appears to be half the country being burned down and looted and damaged and being taken over by a mob, and that doesn’t seem to be a factor in any of these polls. Now, I’m sorry, folks, but I can’t buy that. We simply do not have a majority of Americans who don’t care about that.
We have a majority of Americans who are livid about it, actually, who are outraged about it and do not like it and don’t want it to continue and want to elect somebody that’s gonna stop this. And they know that Joe Biden is not gonna stop this. They know that Joe Biden and the Democrat Party is attempting to profit from this. That very fact alone, that the Democrat Party seems to be on the side of all of this wanton destruction should — look. It killed the Democrats in 1968.
The Wellstone memorial wiped ’em out in the congressional midterms in 2002. All of these similar-time anti-American activities where the Democrats thinks, “All right. Finally we’re finding our base. Finally, finally we’re getting somewhete.” They really still believe that this is their ticket? Because they think so many people still hate or always have hated Donald Trump.
I mentioned this earlier. Let me confirm it. The headline, “‘Black Lives Matter’ Founder: ‘Goal’ Is To Remove Trump; Reveals ‘Marxist’ Ideology.” The Black Lives Matter founder, “Patrisse Cullors confirmed that one of the radical group’s ‘goals’ is to remove President Donald Trump from the White House, stressing that voting him out in November is not good enough and that he should ‘resign’ right now.”
Waiting for the election, no, no, no, no, no, that’s not what this is about. They want to force Trump out. They want him to give up. They want Trump to resign. You know, I saw a story on Sunday — you know, the Trump rally was Saturday. Did you see the picture, Mr. Snerdley, of Trump arriving back at the White House after the rally? Where he had a suit on, but the tie was untied, and it was hanging loose on both ends under the collar, and he had a MAGA hat in his right hand squished to smithereens, and there was a story on the website called The Week, and the headline of the story, “What if Trump just gives up?”
They really thought that that thing on Saturday was so bad, that Trump was so rocked by it that he got off the plane — well, the helicopter back at the White House, seriously thinking of just saying, “To hell with this. I’m cashing it in. If people aren’t gonna appreciate me, if only 6,000 people are gonna brave the virus and all that for me, then to hell -” that’s what the piece fantasized about. What if Trump just gives up?
This is what they’re thinking, though. These things all tell you what they’re thinking. Oh, man, they’re hoping they can make Trump give up. They’re hoping they can make you give up on Trump. And so now here comes Patrisse Cullors, cofounder, Black Lives Matter, admitting their objective is to get Trump to quit.
And so now here comes Patrisse Cullors, cofounder, Black Lives Matter, admitting their objective is to get Trump to quit. And they also have revealed that they are a bunch of Marxists.
Let’s go to the audio sound bites. We’re gonna start here with Victor Davis Hanson. He was on with Tucker last night. And the question he got was this: “Statues are coming down across the country, books and people are being purged. This is happening everywhere. At first they told us Confederacy was unacceptable. Of course, most Americans don’t support the Confederacy, but we needed to take those statues down anyway. The next thing you know it’s George Washington. What does this mean, Victor?”
HANSON: This election no longer is about Donald Trump’s tweeting. It’s not about Joe Biden’s cognitive impairment. It has nothing to do with anymore the lockdown, the virus, the economy, foreign policy. It’s a existential question, a Manichaean choice whether you want civilization and you believe that America doesn’t have to be perfect to be good and we’re not in this third century gonna destroy all that people died for. Or you feel it was inherently flawed with a cancer and we have to use radiation chemotherapy and kill the host to kill the cancer and that’s the choice we’re looking at. And I’m gonna vote for civilization.
Look, folks, he’s exactly right. This has been my point for I don’t know how long. These people on the left, this is why reparations is a bogus premise. They do not believe — and, by the way, this was true during the Obama years too. You know, when the Obama administration, when Obama himself was personally talking about transforming America they wanted you to believe that they wanted to grow America, that they wanted to fix some of these mistakes that have been made at the days of the founding. They wanted to get beyond some of these obvious errors. They wanted to redeem America, they wanted to try to perfect America.
It was never about that. It was about tearing America apart because these people believed that America is inherently flawed and incapable of being redeemed. They just picked two things — women not being able to vote and slavery. They believe that those two things give them a legitimate claim to destroying the country, that it never deserved to exist, that it was forever fatally flawed. And they want to take the occasion of all this to literally tear it apart, to tear it down so it’s not a contest in the same sense that elections are always about. It’s not about Republican versus Democrat.
This really is, as Mr. Hanson here said, it’s a choice between whether you want civilization, you want civilized behavior and society, that you want it to be Western civilization in nature. You believe America does not have to be perfect to be good. And we’re not gonna destroy everything that people died for because we want to continue to improve America, we still believe it’s greatest place on earth for any number of reasons and people.
We in no way believe this country is cancerous. We in no way believe it’s fatally flawed. Or you’re on the other side and you believe it is, you think it can’t be fixed because you don’t want to fix it because you hate capitalism and you want to replace it with communism.”