Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh said Thursday that despite the congressman’s initial hesitation, Rep. [crscore]Paul Ryan[/crscore] wants to be the next Speaker of the House and — if elected alongside either a President Bush or a President Rubio — would implement the donor class’ agenda, “including amnesty and whatever else they want,” within twelve to eighteen months.
LIMBAUGH: So Paul Ryan first said he needed 80-percent of the Freedom Caucus to take the gig … Freedom Caucus said we don’t have 80-percent, but we’ve got 70. He says I’ll take it. And now Ryan’s spokesman has also said that he would give up the demand to do away with the power to vacate the Speakership. Well now, see, neither of these two things were ever going to happen folks … Now Ryan looks compromising … I don’t want to say “played” folks, but I’m telling you the script is written backstage. We see everybody playing their part, including the Freedom Caucus members … Here’s the bottom line … I’m telling you the House Leadership thinks it’s going to be Jeb or Rubio. The dream: Jeb or Rubio in the White House, Ryan as Speaker of the House. First 12-18 months, the donor class agenda is implemented, including amnesty and whatever else they want. That’s what I think all this adds up to.