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RUSH: But you want to know something else ironic here, folks? Washington Examiner. This story was published just as the program began. “Emails Show Clinton Denied, Then Met with Ukrainian Donor.” Now, if Hillary Clinton’s sober, if she’s put the chardonnay down here for a half an hour, she’s gotta be laughing herself silly over what’s happening here.

There’s a guy by the name of Victor Pinchuk. Victor Pinchuk has given up to $25 million to the Clinton Foundation. “He appeared on the guest list that was sent between Dennis Cheng, an executive at the foundation, and Huma Abedin, then Clinton’s deputy chief of staff at the State Department, ahead of a June 2012 dinner. Abedin noted in a subsequent email that the gathering would be hosted in Clinton’s home.”

Now, let me go back a paragraph. “Emails made public Tuesday show a Ukrainian businessman and major Clinton Foundation donor was invited to Hillary Clinton’s home during the final year of her diplomatic tenure, despite her spokesman’s insistence in 2014 that the donor never crossed paths with Clinton while she served as secretary of state.”

That’s BS. The donor had dinner in the Clintons’ home, seated right next to Huma Abedin and Dennis Cheng, an executive of the Clinton Foundation. So you’re saying, “So what?” Well, Robert Mueller is investigating Viktor Pinchuk for a $150,000 donation to the Trump Foundation. Robert Mueller is not investigating his massive $25 million donation to the Clinton Foundation, and he’s not investigating Hillary Clinton lying about knowing the guy.

So here’s a guy playing both ends against the middle. He’s donating to everybody, 150 grand to Trump, 25 million over the years to the Clinton Foundation, has dinner at the Clintons’ home, Hillary lies, says it never happened. This guy is under investigation by extension, by Mueller, for the 150 grand he gave to the Trump Foundation. He gave 25 million over there to Hillary and her foundation, not under investigation, not on the radar. Same guy $150,000 donation to Trump being investigated.

“The dinner invitation was exposed in a batch of emails obtained by Citizens United through the Freedom of Information Act that was made public.” By the way, this story is two years old, just so you know how long the fix has been in. I forgot to mention it’s two years old, the story is, about how — well, by extension what I mean is that with Mueller looking at campaign finance violations and so forth, this guy’s donation is gonna be in that batch, this guy who gives 150 grand to Trump, he’s gonna be investigated, his donation’s gonna be investigated, campaign finance violations, obviously. The guy gave 25 million to the Clintons and had dinner at her house. None of that’s under investigation. It’s just an illustration of how it appears to us novices as though the fix is in.


RUSH: Mark in Oak Ridge, North Carolina. Welcome, sir. I’m glad you waited.

CALLER: Hey, Rush, mega dittos to you. It’s an honor to speak you, my friend.

RUSH: Thank you, sir. Thank you very much.

CALLER: The question I have, as Mueller’s and Mueller’s team gets down the road farther and farther and, you know, you hear the feeding frenzy and everybody on the left that just gets so excited about the least tidbit and then when it turns into nothing, I wonder if that doesn’t make Mueller and Mueller’s team more desperate to maybe, even if they can’t find evidence to take our great president down, I wonder if they could just, you know, take some fake evidence and plant the thing.

RUSH: Oh. Are you asking me if they would plant evidence to get somebody?

CALLER: Yes, sir.

RUSH: Boy, I can’t reject anything in this. I would not think of that myself as a — I’ve not thought they’d plant. I’ve had a couple people write me in emails, this raid is to plant evidence. In fact, I read something about Mueller just today. Take this for what it’s worth. I don’t remember where it was. It might have been in a blog. The point was that Mueller is not partisan. He’s not that kind of prosecutor. But when he’s got a target, he’s gonna get ’em. It doesn’t matter if they’re from Mars, if they’re Democrats or Republicans, he is gonna get ’em.

In other words, Mueller does not do investigations where nobody is innocent. I know we heard that about Fitzgerald. In fact, until Mueller came along, Fitzgerald had the highest integrity in Washington. And now Mueller does. But I read just today that Mueller — forget the alleged nonpartisan. The point of this piece was that this guy Mueller doesn’t stop until he gets the target, until he gets his guy.

In other words, when Mueller is on the case, nobody is innocent. There’s somebody doing something, and he’s gonna find it, he’s gonna catch the guilty at doing something, and he’s not gonna stop until he does, because Robert Mueller is never gonna have a press conference announcing he didn’t find any violations of law after his 10-year investigation or however many years it is wraps up.

The writer, whoever, wish I could remember who it was, but I don’t, made the point that it’s not that he’s a partisan pursuer. “He’s a Republican, what do you mean Rush? Mueller’s a Republican.” Yeah, I know. Big whoop. Being a Republican doesn’t tell me anything anymore.

It was just that he’s relentless. That Mueller thinks that if he’s been appointed, somebody did something wrong. And he is gonna find whoever it is. If it’s not the exact person charged, he’s gonna find somebody, because Mueller gets his man. This was Robert Wyatt Earp Mueller. But planting evidence, too many people have to be involved in that. But then again, so much of this is a hoax. But I can’t see it.

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