RUSH: Jesse Watters Got In ‘Heap Big Doo-Doo’ For Saying Something A Lot Of People Have Already Said

RUSH: Do you notice that Jesse Watters at Fox News got in heap big doo-doo for something that a lot of people have already said? You haven’t heard about this? Do you know who Jesse Watters is? I’m talking to Snerdley and the staff on the other side of the glass, the highly overrated staff. Jesse Watters used to be one of O’Reilly’s roving on-the-street guys to hopefully bring down O’Reilly’s aging demographic. (interruption) You like Jesse? Jesse’s a good guy. He got his own show after O’Reilly left, and now he’s one of the headliners on The Five, the Fox show at five o’clock. And on, I guess it was Saturday, I don’t know, he was doing something on Fox on Saturday and he accused the Mueller investigation of being a coup to get rid of Trump.

And Mount Vesuvius descended on poor Jesse. He’s by no means the first. But I guess he may be the first on Fox to say it. But I can’t believe Hannity hasn’t said it or alluded to it. We’ve talked about it here for weeks that there is a silent coup. Now, I don’t know that I have specifically said that the Mueller investigation is the coup. I think this entire effort, I’ve described it as a silent coup to get rid of Trump. The administrative state, deep state, all this stuff from these mythical sources in and out of government, present and former, leaking to the New York Times and Washington Post, no names ever attached.

But when Jesse Watters came out with it, everybody stopped, “You can’t say that. That’s outrageous! That is the most irresponsible thing that anybody’s ever said.” But it wasn’t the first time it’s been said. But something about that utterance of it set them off. And I think the proximity of his allegation, accusation, so close to what we have now learned about the texts between Strzok and his mistress and the conversations in McCabe’s office and the wildly unbalanced Mueller investigative team.

Why does he need 17 lawyers, and why does every one of them have to be a Hillary loyalist, devotee, donor, fundraiser, bundler? Why do they all have to be of the same stripe? Seventeen lawyers to investigate this? And they all have staff. I mean, 17 lawyers is just one aspect of it. And after all this time, they haven’t found anything that’s related to what everybody thinks they’re investigating.

And so Jesse comes out there and calls it a coup, and you would think that one of the most sacrilegious statements ever about respected members of the establishment has ever been uttered. (interruption) No, no, no, no, no, no, no. No. That’s not my point. My point is, no, I’m wondering why this particular observation of there being a coup has set them off when so many previous utterances were ignored. There has to be a reason for it. There’s always a reason. There’s always an explanation. And it’s never obvious. Never aboveboard.


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