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Limbaugh On Reid: ‘I Don’t Believe For A Minute’ He Was Injured On Exercise Machine [AUDIO]

Al Weaver Reporter

Harry Reid may be retiring, but the questions about him never stop coming from Rush Limbaugh.

On his Friday program, Limbaugh openly questioned the story that the Nevada Senator was injured in New Years Day accident on his exercise machine. Reid has incurred vision problems and visual bruising in the aftermath, being forced to wear sunglasses on the Senate floor.

“Does anybody believe that Harry Reid really had an accident with his exercise machine?” Limbaugh asked after touching on Reid’s announcement. “Does anybody really believe that’s why Harry Reid is still bruised and is still wearing dark glasses, what, months after this accident with his exercise machine?”

“I don’t believe for a minute that whatever happened to Harry Reid has anything to do with an exercise machine unless somebody repeatedly threw him into it,” Limbaugh said mocking Reid. “Harry Reid looks like and is acting like — and now with this announcement, behaving like — somebody who may have been beaten up.”

“Nobody… I’ve never seen anybody have an accident with exercise machine that ends up suffering symptoms much like Harry Reid’s for as long as Harry Reid has,” Limbaugh said. “Three months, and you still have signs of injury for accident running into your exercise machine? Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah.”