BIGGER Than Watergate! Trump Was Right And Limbaugh Knew It: Obama Wiretapped Trump

RUSH: This is absolutely incredible, what we have learned today. Not only what we learned about Trump actually being wiretapped, he was wiretapped, and I knew it. We’re gonna go back to the audio sound bites, we’re gonna replay what I said after Trump made the allegation.

When the media pooh-poohed it, when everybody called him insane, when everybody told him he didn’t know what he was talking about, when it was dangerous, when everybody was saying this is typical of having an outsider that doesn’t know what he’s doing, it turns out that the Obama administration and James Comey’s FBI wiretapped the head of Trump’s campaign, Paul Manafort, including conversations Manafort had with Trump.

We also know the New York Times has a story today that there was a raid on Manafort’s home not long ago, predawn. The FBI picked the lock at Manafort’s home while he was at home in bed and stormed in the front door and demanded computer files and computers and documents and walked out of there. This is the result of the Mueller investigation. And there are threats now they’re trying to get Mueller to flip and other people by threatening to indict him. And we now know there was a wiretap that James Comey pooh-poohed and laughed at during congressional testimony.

You remember. When Trump said his wires were being tapped at Trump Tower and they didn’t find anything, and the establishment smirked, and the establishment snickered, and they all started laughing and said, “Trump, this is typical. He doesn’t know what he’s doing. He’s insane. He’s shooting from the hip.” It turns out that all of that was correct.

This is much worse than Watergate, folks. That was a third-rate burglary that went awry. Trump was called a liar. He was mocked for tweeting about Trump Tower being wiretapped. David Gergen, you’ll hear on the sound bites today, practically chokes when confronted with the news that Trump was right and doesn’t quite know what to say about it. But, I tell you what, folks, in many ways it’s worse than Watergate, and it’s still going on even with Trump in the White House.

Richard Nixon was accused of spying on the DNC, but Nixon never ordered any such spying. In fact, he didn’t know anything about it. He was accused of using the IRS against his political opponents, but he never did. We know for a fact that Obama did both of these things, used the IRS against political opponents and probably more. There’s no outrage in the media on this. They think it’s great that Manafort’s lock was picked.

The New York Times reports this as though it’s something that happens every day. Yep, the FBI showed up, they picked the lock of Manafort’s front door in Virginia and walked in and woke him up along with his family and then started demanding things and taking things.

So now we know that not only Obama and Comey’s FBI were wiretapping Trump Tower where Manafort has lived since 2006, although it was his Virginia home where they showed up and picked the lock. That was a no-knock search, Manafort’s house, picked the lock at his house to seize records while he was asleep in the bedroom. That used to happen in other countries, that kind of thing here. Maybe it happens against drug lords, but we’re not talking about drug cartels or anything here.

So we have a whole stack of that, and we’re gonna relive all the stories from the smart aleck Drive-By Media assuring everybody that Trump was off his rocker, that nobody cared enough about Trump to be wiretapping anything he was doing. I don’t care whether they had a warrant for the wiretap. That’s not the point. I don’t care if they think they had a legitimate case against Manafort. The fact is, Manafort’s phone calls were tapped, he talked to Trump, Trump said he was tapped, and they made a mockery of him. This is not the first instance of this where Trump has made an allegation that people think is off the wall, and it turns out to be true.


LIMBAUGH: Trump’s UN Speech Was An ‘IN-YOUR-FACE’ To So Many People

RUSH: Women Better Be Glad Men Talk The Way We Do. It’s What Makes Babies.

RUSH: So I checked the email during the break. You knew this was gonna happen, didn’t you? You’re looking at me like you’ve got — “So, Rush, ‘Is Irene Kennedy a looker?’ That was your question for Vince? And Vince said, ‘No. You shouldn’t think of her that way. She is the epitome of intelligence.’ Rush, are you telling us that the epitome of an intelligence official cannot be attractive?”

No, folks, I’m not — I totally understand the snark in the email. I kind of did step into that ’cause I was just being my regular-guy self here without any concerns for political correctness. I did ask him. We read the Vince Flynn books, you get to know Vince Flynn, you ask him about the characters, and Irene Kennedy is brilliant, she’s a boss. Vince Flynn looks up to here. It’s natural to ask, is she a looker? She’s a character in a book.

There’s no picture there. I’m asking the author, what does she look like? I chose to ask, “Is she a looker?” Guys talk that way. I’m sorry, ladies, we talk this way. And you better be glad that we do. It’s what makes babies. Well, it is. I’m sorry. My dad told me that, and I thought, “What are you talking about?” It’s right. Anyway, I did not mean to imply that professional women cannot be attractive, nor did I mean to infer from Vince’s answer that.

It was about this particular character, and that’s how he chose to describe her to me. She is. She’s a looker in the movie. She’s African-American. She is the boss. She’s the boss of a black ops unit, is what she is. She’s not the CIA director. Later on in the book she becomes the CIA director. She’s not in the early stages. But she runs the black ops unit, which Mitch is the predominant member of. And that’s who he loves and respects and admires. And it’s to the CIA director that Irene Kennedy goes to not ask, but to tell him what the black ops people are doing.


RUSH: I’ll Bet You A Bunch Of Drive-Bys Drop Their Twitter Accounts Because Trump Is Prospering There

RUSH: By the way, Glenn Thrush, New York Times, decided to delete his Twitter account at midnight tonight. Too much of a distraction, he says. Why do you think that is? I’ll tell you why. It’s because Trump is prospering there, and they haven’t been able to destroy him there, so they’re gonna, to hell with it. If Trump’s there, I’m not gonna be. I’ll bet you a bunch of Drive-Bys drop their Twitter accounts. Thrush leading the way.



Rush Limbaugh LAUGHS HIMSELF SILLY At Trump’s Retweet Of Hillary Golf GIF


RUSH: You know, war, folks — the way to look at war, in many ways, not all, the way to look at war is it’s a bang-up business. It is one hell of a business. Have you ever stopped to ask yourself why there always seem to be wars going on? Any day of the year there’s a war somewhere going on.

Do you remember Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous? Remember that show with Robin Leach? For a two or three-year stretch on that show, the big celebrity was an arms dealer made Adnan Khashoggi. He was Saudi Arabian. Now, they didn’t tell anybody he was an arms dealer. They pushed him as a Rolls Royce driving, multiple pool, multiple wife, brilliant guy, fascinating investor, smarter than anybody. The guy was an arms dealer!

The guy was a middleman for people that didn’t have access. Say you want to buy some tanks or some missiles or jets from the Department of Defense, you know, well, if you’re from East San Cordoba, you just can’t call and get ’em. But Adnan Khashoggi could get ’em for you, and he took a hefty fee, and that’s why he was wealthy. He’s an arms dealer. And there are lots of people around the world that do what Adnan Khashoggi did and does. They get wealthy.

War is a very profitable business. You have to make the weapons. You have to make the ammo. You have to make the support material, like the Humvees. Look at all of it. The United States of America sells a heck of a lot of war stuff, and there are a lot of people that make a lot of money from it, and a lot of them are in the establishment in Washington, DC. Now, some cases wars are actually thought to vanquish bad guys, too, and in some cases it’s a combination of things.

But the next time any president promises you a troop withdrawal from country X and it doesn’t happen, ask yourself why. And then when steps are taken to prolong the war, such as rules of engagement that basically allow our guys not to shoot anything, just prolongs the war, prolongs the need for armaments, so forth.

Yeah, then you’ve got guys like this pot-bellied dictator in North Korea launching missiles every day. That’s a guaranteed reason to make sure you keep making ’em. (interruption) No, no, no, no, I’m not saying somebody’s paying the guy to launch. No, no, no. Not my point. I’m just saying that it’s a big business. Uncharted waters for sure. Establishment has led to a lot of bad results. Numerous wars, 20 trillion — these from the smart people, the best and the brightest, people that are far more qualified than you and I to hold these positions. And what have we got?