Fox News icon and unabashedly pro-Trump personality Lou Dobbs didn’t mince words on last night’s show when excoriating Republicans he deemed RINOs for “working against President Trump.”
Mediaite’s Josh Feldman reports:
The Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee released the newest volume of its Russia report and Russian connections to the Trump campaign. Acting Chairman Marco Rubio said in a statement, “We can say, without any hesitation, that the Committee found absolutely no evidence that then-candidate Donald Trump or his campaign colluded with the Russian government to meddle in the 2016 election…Russia took advantage of members of the Transition Team’s relative inexperience in government, opposition to Obama Administration policies, and Trump’s desire to deepen ties with Russia to pursue unofficial channels through which Russia could conduct diplomacy.”
Dobbs noted Rubio’s statement on the finding of no collusion, and added, “But we’ve known that for quite some time, haven’t we?”
“RINO Rubio did call, bless his heart, the FBI’s role in spreading the left-wing radical Dem fiction and disinformation campaign against Donald Trump as deeply troubling,” Dobbs continued.
Dobbs slammed the Intelligence Committee’s ranking Democrat, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, but predominantly focused his ire on Republicans, whom he argued had played into the left’s hands during the Democratic National Convention, saying:
“Senate Republicans are clearly working against President Trump. There’s no other way to explain the conduct of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who would’ve allowed this report to be released in the middle of the Democratic National Convention. McConnell, along with the likes of Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, Richard Burr, did I mention Mitt Romney — all showing that they are part of the problem in this nation and not the solution.”
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