JOHN EASTMAN: I think if the Senate is going to call any witnesses, it's much more likely they call John Brennan in and ask why his minion, a spy in the CIA, was working with people inside the White House to spy on the president.
This is stunning, and the other -- look, I mean, Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff both know this has zero chance of leading to a conviction in the Senate, so why did they do that? Why -- and they're probably going to lose 30 seats in the next election as a result of this, so why did they play the Thelma and Louise and drive off a cliff here?
One of two things, either their base has gotten so nutty that this was the only thing they could do, or, I think -- at least equally likely, that the -- the John Durham investigation is getting close to indictments of some very top people in the Obama Justice Department and Obama FBI, and maybe in the Obama White House, of what is the greatest political scandal in American history, the Obama administration spying on their political opponent in the 2016 election.
And I think all of this is designed to try and provide an alternative narrative, to try and pretend that didn't exist, so we don't have to talk about it.
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Well yeah, it’s very convenient, is it not, Robert Wray, because we had the testimony today of the inspector general in the Senate, it was kind of overlooked.
I don’t think the Democrats want that narrative anywhere near this election cycle.