Ingraham: Dems 'Crashed and Burned' Opposing Kavanaugh, Now Trying Same 'Stunts' Against Barr
Laura Ingraham said Democrats' treatment of Attorney General Bill Barr amounted to more "stunts and noise," similar to their criticism of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at his Senate confirmation hearing last fall.
She said no one should be surprised by what Barr is experiencing, as Democrats refuse to admit they were wrong with their allegations of Trump-Russia collusion.
"Remember Christine Blasey Ford's decades-old allegations [against Kavanaugh]? They came to light only after some anonymous Committee Democrat leaked her letter, leading Blasey Ford to reveal her identity to the Washington Post. Well, similarly on Tuesday, right before Barr’s testimony, the Mueller letter was leaked to, of course, The Washington Post," Ingraham noted.
She said the Democrats "crashed and burned" on Kavanaugh after he refused to withdraw from the process and now they are calling on Barr to resign.
"Remember that both Kavanaugh and Barr are Bush Republicans, so when you think it's just all about Trump, no, it’s anyone who's connected to this administration. This always shifts to Trump, doesn't it? If you have an 'R' after your name, they're going to go after you," she explained.
Ingraham said many "Obama Democrats, in and out of the Deep State" are nervous about what Barr might uncover about the "efforts to smear Trump as some type of Russian collaborator" in 2016.
"They need Barr's reputation to be tarnished. That way whatever Barr ultimately concludes about the Obama DOJ, can be written off as some mere piece of pro-Trump propaganda," she concluded.
Watch the full monologue above.