RUSH LIMBAUGH Just DROPPED THIS HUGE BOMB On The REPUBLICAN PARTY Which May SHATTER IT INTO 1,000’s OF PIECES …

VIA| Longtime conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh is fed up with the GOP. Big time.

In an epic monologue, he trashed the Republican Party for selling out the American people and becoming complicit in what the legendary pundit views as a progressive agenda to overhaul America.

Here is the money segment from Rush’s fierce rant:

“The country was just sold down the river again by your very Republican Party. … I know many of you are dispirited, depressed, angry, combination of all of that. … When you surrender the power of the purse, and that’s the primary power the House of Representatives has. Not a penny of money can be spent in this country by this government without the House of Representatives authorizing it.

They gave up the power of the purse. The reason they did that is because for some inexplicable reason, they are literally paranoid and scared to death of even being accused of doing something that would shut down the government.

And now the Republicans have the largest number of seats in the House they’ve had in Congress since the Civil War. And it hasn’t made any difference at all. It is as though Nancy Pelosi is still running the House and Harry Reid is still running the Senate. ‘Betrayed’ is not even the word here. What has happened here is worse than betrayal. Betrayal is pretty bad, but it’s worse than that.

This was out-and-out, in-our-face lying, from the campaigns to individual statements made about the philosophical approach Republicans had to all this spending. There is no Republican Party! You know, we don’t even need a Republican Party if they’re gonna do this. You know, just elect Democrats, disband the Republican Party, and let the Democrats run it, because that’s what’s happening anyway.”

Many American voters are feeling frustration with both political parties in Washington, D.C. That’s one reason why Senator Jeff Sessions echoed Newt Gingrich’s assessment in a scathing speechon the Congress’ spending bill: “The voters are in open rebellion.”