RUSH: How Do We Know That What Comey Wrote In ‘MEMO’ Wasn’t A LIE?

RUSH: This is Sal in Vero Beach, Florida, former home of the Los Angeles Dodgers spring training many, many moons ago. Greetings, and welcome.

CALLER: Thank you for having me on, Rush.

RUSH: You bet, sir.

CALLER: You’re America’s first line of defense. You’re… I hope God continues to bless you and protect you.

RUSH: Thank you, sir, very much.

CALLER: You’re also an enemy just like Trump is. This whole thing is about something that Comey supposedly wrote down, but nobody seems to mention he could write down any lie he wants. There’s no collaboration. (sic) There’s nobody to verify anything that he writes down. So this is all about bad press and the reason why —

RUSH: “You don’t get to question the sources! You don’t get to question the stellar journalists reporting this!”

CALLER: Well, yes, I am guilty of that.

RUSH: (laughing)

CALLER: I am guilty of that.

RUSH: It’s a great point. How do we know that what Comey wrote is not a lie?

CALLER: Exactly. I mean, he knows just enough to write what won’t get him in trouble but would also smear anybody that maybe was an enemy to him. From what I’m reading in the papers, what he said could be taken any number of ways. It’s not an (unintelligible).

RUSH: We don’t know the context, that this was said, written.

CALLER: No. And as far as the Republicans? They don’t want to back him up too much. They’re willing to let him stew a little bit. Because if he’s too successful, they’ll have to deal with him for a second term, should he want to stay that long. They just want to help ’em enough to get what they want passed and not to help.

RUSH: Yeah, well, good luck on that. They got a tightrope to walk if that’s what they want. The Republicans want to essentially maintain their power in the Senate and the House with Trump gone, good luck with that.


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