The Supreme Court Will Demand Overwhelming Evidence


RUSH: Here's Ashley, Hanover, Pennsylvania. Great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.

CALLER: Oh, my gosh. Rush Baby dittos and MAGA prayers from the people's Republic of Pennsylvania.

RUSH: Thank you very much.

CALLER: Formally the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Rush, I spent four years in high school eating lunch in my car so I could listen to you, and I'm 36 now, so I want you to know that I'm praying for you and Kathryn and I love you. You're not just my guiding light. You're family.

RUSH: Well, thank you. I really, really -- we both do, appreciate that, more than you know.

CALLER: Two quick things. So I'm from PA, and we all kind of knew that the fix was in when we woke up Wednesday morning. I personally know maybe 10 to 15 registered Democrats who voted for the very first time in their life for President Trump this last election, so nobody here is buying these numbers. And the second thing is, since you're always right 99.8% of the time --

RUSH: Almost always right, that's right.

CALLER: Almost. What are the odds that the Supreme Court will hear this evidence, and what coverage, if any, do you believe that they're watching or listening to, and do you think that they have to hear this ultimately for the election to be overturned?

RUSH: As far as the court -- yes. The Supreme Court's gonna have to be the determinant here. And for them to take the case, it's a high bar. There's gonna have to be overwhelming evidence that these people would prevail. Meaning there's gonna have to be overwhelming evidence that a whole lot of votes were changed, enough to significantly change the outcome. 

I talked yesterday, don't think the court really wants any part of this because of separation of powers. Some of them do, but it's gonna be evidence-based. And, yeah, they're watching this. They're human beings.