Mark Reed Levin is an American lawyer, author, and radio personality. He is the host of syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Show, as well as Life, Liberty & Levin on Fox News. He is chairman of the Landmark Legal Foundation, has authored seven books, and contributes commentary to various media outlets such as National Review Online.
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Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 1/21/20
On Tuesday's Mark Levin Show, the Democrats have impeached the President of the United States and as such, they cast their votes for impeachment based on the case that they themselves made in the House. They must now defend their impeachment. The Senate is not voting on articles of impeachment, the Senate is voting on the evidence already provided by the house. Their vote to impeach was based on their investigation and evidence; this is not a trial in civil or criminal court. Republicans in the Senate have a duty to uphold the Constitution and have a trial based on the evidence already presented by the House in their articles of impeachment. Despite their majority in the House the Democrats could not convince a single republican to join them in voting for their unconstitutional articles of impeachment. Afterward, Mark delivers an opening statement to the Senate defending President Trump and responding to Adam Schiff during the opening of the impeachment trial. Finally, author Peter Schweizer callss in to discuss his new book, Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America's Progressive Elite.
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 1/20/20
On Monday's Mark Levin Show, the problem with those commenting on impeachment is that they don't know much about the subject and keep comparing the Bill Clinton impeachment with the Donald Trump impeachment. For those who've actually read or watched the Clinton impeachment trial know that there were 11 felonies that President Clinton was charged with. Clinton was also held in contempt of court, he was disbarred by the state court and was going to be disbarred by the US Supreme Court by he resigned instead. The Trump impeachment is purely about separation of powers. A sitting President must have the ability to have privileged conversations with his cabinet and advisors in order to execute the duties of his office. The brief submitted by the Managers from the House of Representatives does not include a single violation of the Constitution. Just as Andrew Johnson was wronged, Trump is being wronged. Then, the Senate has issued the rules of the impeachment trial. This marks the first time the President's council will be included and make remarks. Afterward, leftwing publications keep getting the facts wrong; this time they are misconstruing this program's commentary on due process and likened it to enemy combatants. Later, thankfully there were patriots who braved the cold to attend today's 2nd amendment rally in Virginia. Despite the media's best effort to sell their propaganda that there would be white supremacist violence, but there wasn't.
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 1/17/20
On Friday's Mark Levin Show, when red states turn blue, it’s a big deal. In the commonwealth of Virginia, just one vote in the State Senate and five votes in the lower house have tipped the scales away from liberty. New laws include new taxes such as a "highway use fee." The proposed changes would produce massive revenue by way of taking money from the people. This is in addition to the already announced restrictions on the second amendment. This is the way we lost California, making it into a perpetual blue state once they're done with redistricting and legislative overhauls that benefit leftists. Then, why do we care what the Democrats in the House have to say? Did they care when the Republicans spoke up in defense of President Trump getting railroaded by the House? Of course not. Chuck Schumer has flip-flopped yet again now asking for witnesses but declined them back in 1999 during the Clinton impeachment. Later, progressivism subjugates individuals under the power of the state. When the state has all the power it becomes dangerous to the people. One such person under attack by rogue officials in the government is General Michael Flynn. Attorney Sidney Powell, explains that these charges must be dropped and has withdrawn Flynn's guilty plea. Afterward, Nancy Pelosi's fascistic tactics mirror that of Putin's and they seem to be celebrated by the left instead of being called out for strong-arming our constitutional system for her political benefit. Finally, Sen. Martha McSally joins the program to discuss her recent comments on a liberal hack media.
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 1/16/20
On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, Vice President Mike Pence joins the program and explains that this impeachment trial is about obstruction President Trump and trying to take away his accomplishments. The House has to let the Senate decide the outcome of this trial. Also, this spectacle is not a somber moment, it’s a disgrace, an attack on our Constitution. From the media to the politicians it seems they know less and less about this Constitutional process. Then they claim that there is new "evidence" from an indicted Ukrainian national. They claimed that Robert Mueller would prove that the president obstructed, now they broadcast that the President broke the law, according to the Government Accountability Office; the problem with this is that the regulation they cite "the impoundment control act" cannot supersede the Constitution. This "breaking of the law" was not adjudicated, nor are they law enforcement, they are simply a government agency issuing their opinion of their policy.  Innocent until proven guilty is still the legal standard in America. Plus, a single senator's desire to hear from a witness does not change the facts of historical precedent; this is a political process from the politicians to police themselves. As such, the responsibility of the Senate is not to provide the Democrats with their wish list, it is to provide the process for the trial. 
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 1/15/20
On Wednesday's Mark Levin Show, the Senate is part of this impeachment process so that it can act appropriately to dismiss these articles perpetrated by a rogue house of Representatives. The Senate has a duty to uphold the Constitution for the sake of the republic Democrats have finally delivered their partisan articles of impeachment to the Senate. They make allegations that are filled with platitudes but they can't substantiate a single one. If the Senate is going to conduct an evidentiary hearing, witnesses or accept additional investigative sources from the House, then what is the need for House of Representatives? The House prevented the President from basic due process yet gave unprecedented protection to the anonymous "whistleblower." The House insists that certain witnesses be called in the Senate, yet the House had their chance and chose to quickly move on instead of waiting for key witnesses to testify. Speaker Pelosi held onto these articles for almost a month in order to blackmail the Senate. So the precedent has been set that seeking judicial review is now an impeachable offense. Later, why didn't Mitt Romney and the other RINO Senators demand that John Bolton appear in the House, after all, it’s the House's job to do that. Then, in the 11th hour, Adam Schiff and company release new handwritten notes as "evidence" from an indicted Ukrainian national with ties to Rudy Giuliani.
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Sep 21st, 1957
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