Limbaugh: Kushner Allegations Explode Dems' Collusion Narrative
Nationally syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh said he believes the liberal narrative that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia is falling apart.
"The progressive-lead attempt, the agenda of delegitimizing the Trump presidency, is beginning to unravel," Limbaugh stated on his show Wednesday.
The conservative pundit referred to a statement by top terror prosecutor Andrew McCarthy on "The Fox News Specialists" yesterday.
"There's no 'there' there as far as the collusion conspiracy is concerned," McCarthy told Eric Bolling.
Trump's son-in-law and close adviser Jared Kushner became the latest focus of the Russia investigation when he was accused of setting up back channels with the Russians.
McCarthy pointed out that there would be no reason for Kushner to set up a back channel to Russia, had there been one operating during the campaign.
"I know for the moment they’re loving the story. But I think it’s kind of exploded the story that they’ve been telling us for six months," he said.
Limbaugh agreed with McCarthy, saying that every time an individual has found themselves at the wrong end of the investigation, Democrats have come up short of evidence of illegal activity.
The radio host added that former FBI Director James Comey and the Washington Post are waiting to release a memo and letter containing what they say is sensitive information about the investigation "because everything else has bombed out."
"This over-the-top behavior is gonna come back and bite these people, and they’re going to continue to lose elections," Limbaugh said.
Watch Andrew McCarthy's comments above.