Limbaugh: Timing of Flynn Charges 'May Not Be Coincidental' - 'Look at All the News It Has Swept Off the Front Pages'
By: JEFF POOR
Friday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh questioned the timing of the announcement former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had been charged by special counsel Robert Mueller for lying to the FBI.
Limbaugh suggested the timing of the news was to draw the attention away from passage of the tax bill among other items in the news, including the Matt Lauer firing from NBC and the "not guilty" verdict in the Kate Steinle murder trial.
"So there you have it - they're all excited," Limbaugh said. "Mueller did the deed on the right day. Mueller did the deed to sweep the tax cut deal off the table and to tick everybody off. This is, in Jonathan Martin's opinion, the swamp banding together - the establishment coordinating its efforts to continue to destroy Trump and muddy the waters. The tax bill is going to pass. As far as [Mitch] McConnell and [Paul] Ryan are concerned, none of this today is a legal problem.
"It's a bit of a political problem, but it doesn't present any legal problems to them or their tax bill," he continued. "The tax bill is going to pass. But I don't have any doubt that the timing of this thing today may not be coincidental. Just look at all the news it has swept off the front pages and look what it put back on the front page: 'Trump colluded with the Russians to steal the election from Hillary.'"