Limbaugh Rips House GOP Over Trade: ‘A Sellout Of Republican Voters’ [AUDIO]
Immediately after the House voted to give President Barack Obama fast track authority Thursday, Rush Limbaugh blasted the GOP’s role in passing the deal and working “overtime” to help Obama.
The conservative radio host ripped House Republicans, calling their push for the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal “a sellout of Republican voters,” adding that this is “one of the most amazing things.”
“Here’s another thing: the House Republicans are working overtime to help Obama pass this Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and it is a sellout of Republican voters,” Limbaugh said.
“This is actually one of the most amazing things. The Democrats have worked very hard to defeat this, and I know a lot of people who have said to me ‘Rush, do you realize the debt of gratitude we owe the Democrat Party for saving this countries sovereignty because they stopped this trade deal,'” Limbaugh said. “Friends of mine who believe that it was the Democrats who saved the day on this thing by defeating it. Here you have the Republicans working overtime to help Obama pass this thing.”
“The Chamber of Commerce is running the Republican Party right now,” Limbaugh added. “The Chamber of Commerce has been stealthily taken over by a bunch of liberals. The Chamber of Commerce is why the Republicans are pro-amnesty and open borders.”