Ingraham: Dems’ ‘Feverish Morality’ on Sexual Harassment Is ‘Next Step in the Quest To Impeach’ Trump

‘Be wary of the lynch mob that you join today because tomorrow it could be coming for your husband’

INGRAHAM: "The first is the Mueller investigation. We’ve been talking about how that is corrupted of course. Last night with Jeannie reed, yet another prosecutor who shouldn’t be on this case. We broke that score it exclusively last night on the show. The second way they will try to destroy the Trump presidency is the war on women. They have now determined that it is worth sacrificing Franken just like they did John Conyers, throw him overboard to save the political titanic that is their party. What does this do? Sets the precedent for the Democrats to try to drive Roy Moore from office should he win the Alabama Senate race. And two, this is the next step in the quest to impeach President Trump. The left is brilliant. They are really, really smart at using the media to create a narrative and pounded all day long that quickly becomes a political bludgeon. The drumbeat of accusations in the call for scalps advance the false premise that the left are all about protecting women. In fact, both Hollywood and the Democrats — think about this. They have objectified and abused women for decades. In the abusers, let’s not forget, have been celebrated. Ted Kennedy, Bill Clinton, Matt Lauer, Kevin spacey. Franken, Conyers, Weinstein, the list goes on and on. I will tell you this tonight. Be wary of the lynch mob that you join today because tomorrow it could be coming for your husband, your brother, your son, and yes, even your president. And that’s the angle."

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