Rush Limbaugh is threatening to sue the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for taking remarks about sex assault out of context.

In a letter sent to the DCCC, Limbaugh’s attorney alleges that it “has intentionally disseminated demonstrably false statements concerning Rush Limbaugh in a concerted effort to harm Mr. Limbaugh, and with reckless disregard for the resulting impact to small businesses across America that choose to advertise on his radio program.”

The letter blasts the DCCC’s remarks as shocking and inexcusable, and it demands a public apology and retraction.

Limbaugh’s attorney Patty Glaser was on “Hannity” for an exclusive interview about the situation.

“Rush’s comments were deliberately taken out of context for apparently political reasons by people who should know better. This was not an irresponsible blogger, this was a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee made up of people that we’ve elected to Congress. Shame on them.”

Glaser said that Americans can’t “maliciously attack people” and called it “irresponsible” to put words in other people’s mouths.

Watch the interview above.