Conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh ripped into top Democrats during an appearance on Fox News' "The Story with Martha MacCallum" Tuesday night. Namely, Limbaugh took on former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), South Bend Mayor Peter Buttigieg, and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
The talk show host praised President Donald Trump and confidently asserted that not a single Democrat has a chance to take out the president in 2020. "Here’s the thing," he said, "Joe Biden is probably the best chance they’ve got, and he doesn’t have a chance. They’re probably… I mean, Joe Biden and Crazy Bernie and Mayor Pete?"
"I mean, you’ve got three white guys, two of them are brontosauruses from Jurassic Park, and that isn’t gonna sit well with the rest of this party which has gone so far left," Limbaugh continued. "You know, Biden’s putting off this announcement. I don’t know how badly he really wants this, and you have to really want this if you’re gonna have any chance of winning it."
Limbaugh was asked if Trump is "vulnerable" to Democrats like Senator Warren, specifically for their promises of "free" things and loan forgiveness.
"'Fauxcahontas' is not gonna be the nominee. But, you know, these Democrats are all in the process of trying to out-leftist or out-liberal each other, and they’re in a contest of who can give away the most," the radio host responded.
"But with Elizabeth Warren, forgiving college loans — forgiving that debt — and then promising free college and Medicare for all and a Green New Deal? Why is anybody gonna need to go to college?" he continued. "Because nobody’s gonna need a job, because the Democrats are gonna be giving everybody a universal basic income. So why does any of this matter? None of this is real. None of this can happen. This is disinformation."
"I think it’s an indication of just how little they think of their own voters, that their own voters don’t even want to work. They don’t even want to achieve," Limbaugh added. "They don’t want to pursue excellence. They just want to have their hands out and vote for whoever is gonna give them the most? ... What a way to ruin a life. Nobody would raise kids this way."
Next on the docket was Hillary. MacCallum played a clip of the former Secretary of State claiming Trump should be "indicted" on obstruction concerning the Robert Mueller probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
"For Hillary — you talk about irony — for Hillary Clinton to be talking about impeaching Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton needs to be investigated, she needs to be indicted, and she needs to be in jail, and many of her co-conspirators in this whole sordid affair, which amounted to nothing more than a silent coup to overturn the election results of 2016," Limbaugh responded. "Hillary Clinton demanding that Trump — you talk about sour grapes, this is a woman that’s been rejected by the American people twice, rejected by her party in 2008. She had to rig the primaries against Crazy Bernie in 2016 to get the nomination."
Hillary "is the last person who ought to be listened to about what ought to happen to Donald Trump," the "Big Voice on the Right" continued. "She hasn’t accomplished anything anywhere near what Donald Trump has accomplished. She is in no position to sit here and say what she saw in the Mueller — well, she can say it, she’s an American. But she doesn’t have any credibility on any of this as far as I am concerned. And I’m not alone there."
Limbaugh then reiterated, as he has many times before on his three-hour weekday talk show, that "there was never any evidence of collusion between Trump and Russia."
"The collusion, as I said, was Hillary, the DNC, and the Russians via Steele," asserted Limbaugh.
"But the Russians — when Mueller announced the indictments of the Russian troll farm — actually it was [Rod] Rosenstein that went out and announced them. And nobody paid any attention to this, but he said at the end of the announcement, 'Nothing in these indictments suggests a single vote was changed. Nothing suggests the outcome of any election was changed. No American is named in the indictment had anything to do with it,'" he continued.
"This was not even an investigation of Trump. What it was was an attempt to overthrow the 2016 elections," Limbaugh explained, adding that "unelected people came close to actually pulling off what is a coup. And it should never, ever happen again."
WATCH the full interview, below: