Rush Limbaugh offers the ‘cynical view’ on Comey’s probe: Could he STILL be helping Hillary?

In what he called a “cynical” interpretation of the FBI’s reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server, radio host Rush Limbaugh wondered aloud if FBI Director James Comey is STILL trying to help Clinton win this election.

On his Friday show, Limbaugh said that perhaps Comey is “going to make everybody think for the next three or four days that there’s really something to be forthcoming here. I mean, opening the investigation, reopening is a big deal. Everybody is going to say wow, there must be something that is really dynamite, something that is gonna end it for her.”

Just when the polls are starting to tighten, presumably because the accumulation of Wikileaks material is finally “starting to hurt” Clinton because it is exposing the “fraud, the hustling, and the collusion that is happening down at the Clinton Foundation,” perhaps this investigation is meant to be nothing more than a fruitless distraction.

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Were that the case, Limbaugh said Comey could be likened to the “Lone Ranger,” riding to Hillary’s rescue because he is “still carrying water for Clinton and is trying to get everybody to stop paying attention to the Wikileaks dump because it’s starting to have an impact.”

If Limbaugh is correct, in a few days the FBI will announce that this was a “false alarm,” and in the meantime, everybody has forgotten about the Wikileaks dumps that have virtually proven that the Clintons profited considerably from something nobody should profit from, a charity.

Here’s Comey’s memo to FBI staff explaining why he reopened Hillary probe

Again, Limbaugh clarified that this is the “cynical view,” but it’s definitely one that should be considered.

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