On Wednesday I returned to the Golden EIB Microphone for three hours of substitute-host-level Excellence in Broadcasting on America’s Number One radio show. You can find a few moments from my guest-hosting stint here. Mr Snerdley, monitoring the show from EIB’s Southern Command, Tweeted:
@MarkSteynOnline sets the bar higher and higher for guest hosting on the Rush Limbaugh show. He is just an incredible broadcaster (as well as a great guy) and always a delight to listen to.
It’s my privilege to be part of Rush’s team. And I owe Snerdley, Ali, Mike and the rest of the gang a huge debt of thanks for standing by me during tough times.
The broadcast began with Trump walking out of a meeting with Schumer and Pelosi after three minutes, and saying he wouldn’t be working with Democrats until they stopped investigating him. Good luck with that. I pointed out that the logic of their situation demands investigation without end: first, to distract from the fact that their agenda is nuts – open borders, transgender supremacism, fourth-trimester abortion – and, second, because it is necessary to investigate Trump for “obstructing” their previous investigation of him in order to prevent him investigating the rottenness of the original investigation of him: the counter-intelligence surveillance operation launched by Obama’s guys against the Trump campaign. On that last point, here’s the second part of that George Papadopoulos interview I referred to, in which we talk about their attempt to frame him for having ten grand in cash and about the tragic miscarriage of his wife:
If you missed Part One of this special two-parter, please click below:
If you’re one of that small, brave band who enjoy me on video, I’ll be on the telly with Tucker live coast to coast across America tomorrow, Thursday, immediately after the President’s rally at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific.
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