Rush Limbaugh floated an idea in order to get an indictment on Hillary Clinton, and it involves Obama’s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.
Limbaugh said Wednesday on “The Rush Limbaugh Show,” “I’ve got an idea on the Supreme Court nomination… I think [crscore]Mitch McConnell[/crscore] maybe offer a deal to Obama. ‘I’ll give you your nominee if you’ll have the DOJ indict Hillary.'” (RELATED: Reports: Obama To Nominate Merrick Garland To Supreme Court)
“You’re thinking, ‘Hmm, they might do that, and we don’t want the guy on the court,'” Limbaugh suggested. “Would Obama throw Hillary overboard to get his Supreme Court pick for life?”
“Except this is not the guy he wants. The guy’s too old. Whatever else about this guy, he’s 63,” Limbaugh argued. “Obama’s gonna put somebody, if this were something other than a sacrificial pick, if this were a legacy pick, he’d find somebody in his fifties, late forties, maybe, somebody that would be there forever.”
“This poor guy has to know,” Limbaugh claimed. “I think [Garland] probably had to agree going in, ‘Look, you know you’re not gonna get a hearing so we’re gonna do the greatest ceremony in the world for you. And we’re gonna tell the world what a great jurist you are. And we’re gonna get your family up there, gonna have the White House moment everybody dreams of, but that’s it, nothing more. You understand that, Merrick?'”