Conservative talk-radio firebrand Rush Limbaugh was at it again on Monday morning, highlighting an exchange between U.S. intelligence spokesman Mike Rogers and Devin Nunes, the Republican committee chair during a congressional hearing on President Trump and Russia.
“Do you have any evidence, Admiral, that Russian actors changed vote tallies in Wisconsin?” asked Nunes. “No,” replied Rogers before quickly backing off a definitive statement.
But to Limbaugh’s glee Nunes continued, asking the establishment-friendly Rogers one by one if each swing state’s vote tally could have been hacked by Moscow.
“No sir,” was the Admiral’s answer to each.
“It didn’t happen. Obama has admitted that it didn’t happen, it’s not feasible!” Rush opined about theories that Russia “hacked” Trump’s electoral win over Hillary Clinton. “The only collusion that took place on election day was by the voters,” he concluded.