Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said on Friday that supporters of Donald Trump are starting to look like “kooks” as they continue their efforts to try and overturn the results of the election.
“As a conservative, it’s getting harder and harder to not look like a kook,” Limbaugh said on his radio show on Friday. “But no, all of this stuff that’s floating around out there that is — it’s impossible to keep up. Because there’s a lot of it, there are so many theories, and all of them have a trace of validity to them.”
He continued: “The left is doing everything it can to make every one of them appear to be right out of Kookville. And so, people that believe these things have got to run the risk, or weather the storm, of being called a kook, because that’s how they’re trying to discredit all this.”
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Limbaugh’s comments came on the same day that the Trump campaign lost six cases seeking to overturn the results of the election in six states across the country. He warned that the campaign better get their act together because time is running out.
“Time is of the essence here for Trump to do whatever it is he’s going to do. We’re running out of time, folks. We’ve got 10 days until the Electoral College assembles and votes.”
This is not the first time Limbaugh expressed frustration with Trump and his legal team’s effort to overturn the will of the voters. Last month, he said the Trump legal team “promised blockbuster stuff and them nothing happened.” . This after the legal team headed by Rudy Giuliani held a bizarre press conference where Trump’s now former attorney Sidney Powell claimed that the late Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, teamed up with a voting machine company to switch votes from Donald Trump to President-elect Joe Biden.