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Rush Limbaugh: It’s Hillary That Needs to Be Indicted

Rush Limbaugh responded to comments by Hillary Clinton that President Trump should have been indicted, saying it’s actually the former First Lady who belongs in jail.

Clinton, speaking at the ‘Time 100 Summit,’ believes that a case could have and should have been made for obstruction of justice by the President.

“I think there’s enough there that any other person who had engaged in those acts would certainly have been indicted,” Clinton said, failing to note that had there actually been evidence, Mueller most certainly would have definitively made a recommendation.

Aside from that, the absolute chutzpah of this woman – a woman who in the midst of her own investigation deleted tens of thousands of emails, had staff actually destroy cellphones with hammers, eliminated computer files using BleachBit, and had aide after aide plead the fifth – to declare someone else is guilty of obstruction boggles the mind.

Limbaugh: Hillary Should Be In Jail

Limbaugh was all-too-willing to call Hillary out for an incredible display of hypocrisy.

In an interview with Martha MacCallum on Fox News, Limbaugh blasted Clinton, not for the email scandal in which she evaded her own indictment, but suggesting the former Secretary of State needs to be investigated for her role in trying to rig the election against Donald Trump.

“This is the irony: Hillary Clinton is who tried to rig a presidential election, Martha,” the radio legend said. “Hillary Clinton and her pals in the Obama Department of Justice and their pals in the FBI — they are the ones who colluded with the Russians. They are the ones that gave us this entirely bogus Steele dossier.”

“You want to talk about irony — for Hillary Clinton to be talking about impeaching Donald Trump,” Limbaugh continued. “Hillary needs to be investigated, she needs to be indicted, and she needs to be in jail.”

Limbaugh added that any other co-conspirators in the actual case of Russian collusion with the Democrats ought to go down for their role in what “amounted to nothing more than a silent coup to overturn the election results of 2016.”

Follow Obama’s Advice

Perhaps Hillary should listen to her former boss in his own words just before the 2016 election.

Then-president Barack Obama said that Trump should “stop whining” and quit “trying to discredit the elections and the election process.”

Or maybe, as Limbaugh suggests, she should just finally shut up and go away.

“Hillary Clinton talking about Trump — you talk about sour grapes,” he scoffed. “This is a woman who has been rejected by the American people twice, rejected by her party in 2008, she had to rig the primaries against crazy Bernie in 2016 to get the nomination.”

“She is the last person who ought to be listened to about what ought to happen to Donald Trump.”

She is the last person who ought to be listened to about anything. Though we do look forward to hearing from her once a Special Counsel is appointed to investigate the Obama administration and Hillary campaign for their role in trying to delegitimize and take down a duly elected President.

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