Rush Limbaugh could not believe it.
The top-rated talk show host put the pieces together and identified a hidden force helping Robert Mueller impeach President Trump.
And Limbaugh just let Americans in on one secret about Mueller that will leave them red with rage.
During a recent broadcast, Limbaugh called out the fake news media for ignoring the truth about the Russia investigation.
Limbaugh pointed to a story by Paul Sperry which reported that Daniel Jones – a former staffer to California Senator Dianne Feinstein – had raised $50 million dollars to continue pushing the fake news Russia dossier after the election.
Jones’ funding came in part from George Soros, but the so-called “mainstream” media refused to cover this bombshell revelation.
And sadly, Limbaugh pointed out that Fox was ignoring this coup attempt as well.
Limbaugh declared, “Speaking of Trump, every single day more and more evidence of the silent coup attempting to take out a sitting president. That story I shared yesterday with you from Paul Sperry, about TDIP, the program being run by the former staffer of Feinstein to keep the dossier alive as a supposedly true living document, dossier 2.0, that story hadn’t appeared anywhere! Have you seen it, Snerdley, other than at our website where we linked it? It was at Real Clear Investigations. It’s nowhere! It’s not being discussed even on the Fox News Channel because they’re too busy making sure Donna Brazile has access to their audience!”
This is not the first time Limbaugh has called out Fox News.
In an earlier broadcast, Limbaugh explained that with Rupert Murdoch’s son Lachlan taking over Fox News, Fox News would start leaning to the left in their reporting.
“I can’t get too deeply into this ’cause there’s some stuff I’m not supposed to know. But there are real concerns over — you know, for the longest time — folks, let me just put it this way. For the longest time, even back when Roger Ailes was the chairman and CEO, the grand pooh-bah, there were fears that elements of Fox management didn’t like Fox as a conservative news channel because they aren’t conservative, and they wanted to move it off the conservative identity and move it back toward the middle,” Limbaugh began.
As evidence of Fox News’ shift, Limbaugh pointed out that the daytime programming—which is led by radical leftist Shepard Smith—already toes the left-wing line.
“Well, that theory has arisen again. And that theory is now rooted in the fact that there are now two different Fox News Channels. You’ve got the prime time, which is where the opinionated conservatism is: Tucker, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, you know, the 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. block. And then the rest of the news channel, they think they are the day-to-day journalists, and they are complaining that the identity, the strong identity theft of the opinion programming in prime time is tainting their image and their work as journalists, and they don’t like it,” Limbaugh concluded.
It’s no accident that Fox’s news programming is ignoring the coup against Trump.
Hosts like Smith take their cues from the liberal media.
So Rush Limbaugh is confirming the fears many Americans have had about the future of Fox News.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.