Limbaugh: Dems 'May Lose It' If They Don't Retake House for Potential Trump Impeachment
D.C. may be 'uninhabitable for a while.'
Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh said Washington, D.C. maybe become "uninhabitable for a while" if the Democrats do not retake the House in November's midterm elections.
On his show Tuesday, Limbaugh explained that Democrats are hoping to impeach President Trump and Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh if they control the House.
If that doesn't happen, Limbaugh said that Democrats may "lose it."
“[Democrats are] already planning to impeach Kavanaugh and Trump, and if that doesn’t happen, I really think they may lose it” –Rush Limbaugh pic.twitter.com/GqDuXxskFa
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“I think we haven’t seen the meltdown that is going to happen among many elected Democrats: the charges of a rigged election, of Russian interference, that Trump did it again, anything they can come up with," Limbaugh said.
“They are so, so certain they’re gonna win this, they’ve already banked on the win," he continued. "They’re already planning to impeach Kavanaugh and Trump. And if that doesn’t happen, I really think they may lose it all and very quickly.”
The "Fox & Friends" anchors agreed, with Brian Kilmeade saying average Americans care most about health care and about issues that impact them every day.
Ainsley Earhardt predicted that enthusiasm among Republican voters will closely rival Democrats' enthusiasm after the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings.