Rush Limbaugh on Russia Coverage: 'I'm Watching People Lose Their Minds'
Following the latest coverage of Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer, Rush Limbaugh said that we're watching the mainstream media lose their minds.
During his radio show on Tuesday, Limbaugh explained that the media is obsessed with finding evidence of the Trump campaign colluding with Russia, but over the past year, none of the "bombshell" reports have panned out.
"And how do we know this? Because of the way this little email chain and the meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian honeypot is being portrayed. Like this is it. The bottom line is this is all they've got," Limbaugh said. "After a year they are going bananas over this. And they’re going bananas because after a year of nothing, they think this is it."
He said that practically every day for the past year, there have been reports and allegations about Russia similar these current ones about Trump Jr.
"And in every instance prior, it has led to what? Absolutely zilch, zero, nada," Limbaugh said.
He added, however, that hasn't stopped the anti-Trump mainstream media from obsessing over the Russia story.
"I actually think I’m watching people lose their minds. This is what it looks like," Limbaugh said. "If you have had the occasion, sad occasion, in your life to witness a friend or family member lose their mind, this is what it is. This is a collective, this is a joint effort to lose a collective mind. And it is breathtaking and stunning to watch."
Watch a clip above, and listen to Limbaugh's full show below.