Mark Levin: Rep. Adam Schiff a ‘Propagandist’ for Russia

Conservative radio host Mark Levin blasted Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Wednesday over his work on the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. "Mr. Schiff is a shill for the Russian government," Levin told Fox News' Sean Hannity. Schiff is the senior Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee. "And I'm going to tell you why it is Schiff who is a propagandist for the Russian government despite all his spinning on all these left-wing TV shows," Levin said. Levin addressed Schiff directly during the interview, saying, "You're a leaker… you sit on the House Intelligence Committee and because you're on that committee, it ought to be called the House Stupid Committee." He then called on Schiff to take a lie detector test. Levin also said the Russia investigation has been "a sham from day one." "You think they like him now, when under Hillary Clinton and John Kerry and under Barack Obama, they got Crimea, they got part of the Ukraine, they've got a big chunk of Syria, they've got 20 percent of our uranium. "Why the hell would Vladimir Putin want Donald Trump as president of the United States when he promised to beef up the United States military and do all the things necessary to secure this nation?" Levin said. Adding that special counsel Robert Mueller is "out to get the president." Continue Reading

“This Is AMERICA!” Enraged Mark Levin Takes to Shouting

Radio talk show host Mark Levin got more than a little worked up on Thursday's Your World, telling host Neil Cavuto that in light of revelations about the NSA tracking Verizon subscribers' phone records, "...we have the elements of a police state here, and I'm not overstating it." "That's not how national security works ... I don't care what the Supreme Court said 30 years ago or what some judge said 15 minutes ago," he shouted. "This is America, and our government is collecting way too damn much data on we the private citizens!" President Obama's claims of ignorance in the recent slew of scandals also raised the ire of Levin, who said of the commander in chief, "'He doesn't know what's going on?' Well, he knows what's going on right now, for God's sake! What's he gonna do about it, anything?" Continue Reading

Mark Levin Slams GOP for Being “Impotent” About Tea Party Complaints of Targeting By IRS

The Internal Revenue Service is under fire for targeting conservative groups including the Tea Party. Radio host Mark Levin reacted to President Obama’s comments that he was unaware of the issue until he saw reports about it last week. “For [Obama] to continue to act like he doesn’t know what’s going on around him and he just happens to be president of the United States is absolutely unacceptable,” he told Neil Cavuto on Your World. Going back to March 2010, the IRS began targeting the Tea Party, Patriot organizations and 9/12 Project groups. Levin may have helped prompt the investigation after he wrote a letter citing reports of unfair targeting by the IRS on March 2012.  Levin criticized Republicans in the House for being “timid” and "passive" about taking action. “There were scores of Tea Party groups and others saying we are being abused, we are being threatened, look at these forms. And the best [Congress] can do is sit around and wait for the Treasury Department?” He called for an apology from Republicans and the president to Tea Party organizations.  Continue Reading

‘People Are Sick & Tired of Centralized Gov’t’: Mark Levin on David Brat’s VA GOP Primary Win

Radio host Mark Levin tonight discussed Dave Brat’s Virginia GOP primary win over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. “People are sick and tired of centralized government and the impact it has on their life,” radio host Mark Levin said. The radio host warned the GOP leadership better wake up. ‘I Believe in This Country’: Eric Cantor Speaks After Losing VA GOP Primary ‘Amnesty is Very Bad for the Country’: Coulter Talks Cantor’s Primary Loss “People want a new Republican Party with fresh faces, with vigorous leadership, and they’re not getting it, and they want it because the Republican Party is the only organization that can challenge Obama and Schumer and all the others and start to defeat them,” he said. Levin said the American people are yearning for leadership and they don’t like the status quo. Hear more of what he had to say in the video above. ‘An Amazing Moment for the People’: Ingraham Weighs in on Dave Brat’s VA GOP Primary Win   Continue Reading

Mark Levin: ‘I Would Like to Educate Jon Stewart & His Clapping Seal Audience’

Radio talk show host Mark Levin was on “Hannity” tonight, where he slammed Jon Stewart's “disinformation” and “propaganda in the form of jokes” about Israel and Gaza, calling him a clown. “I would like to educate Jon Stewart and his clapping seal studio audience,” he said. Levin said, “If Hamas had the weaponry that Israel had, nuclear weapons and other weapons, Israel would cease to exist," adding that Israel could take out the whole Gaza Strip in about 30 minutes if it wanted to, but it doesn’t. Sarah Palin: Obama Leaving a Power Vacuum That’s Being Filled By Evil Men He also slammed President Barack Obama’s inability to concentrate on his responsibilities, like handling the immigration crisis. “This man is a disgrace, shameless,” Levin said. “He will be going off to Martha’s Vineyard, where I understand they’re not sending illegal aliens.” Levin said Obama is seen as a weak president. House Armed Services Cmte. Chair: ‘The Whole World Is Starting To Burn’ “When our enemies see weakness, they move. When our allies see weakness, they fear what’s going on in the world. These are very, very perilous times with an ideological, incompetent, unfocused president.” Watch more above. Continue Reading

Mark Levin Will Vote for Trump After Previous ‘Never Trump’ Declaration

Conservative radio host Mark Levin said on his show Tuesday that he will vote for Donald Trump following his declaration earlier this year that he was in the "Never Trump" camp. "I'm gonna vote for Donald Trump. I'm gonna wind up voting for Donald Trump on Election Day," said Levin in the about-face announcement. "I take no responsibility for the dumb things [Trump] says or the dumb things his surrogates say. Just as I took no responsibility for the dumb things any candidate I vote for says."Levin said in April, while supporting Ted Cruz, that he would never vote for the billionaire and to "count me as never Trump."On the other hand, the Dallas Morning News criticized Trump yesterday in an editorial in which the paper shockingly endorsed Hillary Clinton. It's the first time in 75 years that the Texas paper has not endorsed the Republican presidential candidate. Heather Nauert discussed the endorsements this afternoon with radio hosts Chris Plante and Leslie Marshall, who said she doesn't put much stock in either announcement in terms of swaying voters.Marshall said she believes the Dallas paper is actually echoing the sentiments of Texans, arguing that Texas is a diverse state that may be "turning purple."Watch the discussion above. McCain on Hillary's Smashed Phones: 'What Kind of Backwoods Mafia Thing Is This?!' Fox News Poll: 60% Believe Trump Is Hiding Something in Tax Returns Russian Jet Flies Within 10 Feet of U.S. Spy Plane, Officials Say   Continue Reading

Mark Levin: ‘The Entire Progressive Movement Rejects the Declaration of Independence’

Podesta: 'It's on the FBI' That DNC Servers Weren't Turned Over Greg Gutfeld: Trump is Us on Vacation Radio host Mark Levin, author of "Rediscovering Americanism," criticized the progressive movement for "rejecting" the principles laid out in the Declaration of Independence.Ahead of Independence Day, the New York Times ran a full-page feature on the Constitution.Levin said the feature was just another example of the progressive left misunderstanding American history and the principles of this country.He noted Constitution Day is September 17, and that July 4 instead honors the Declaration of Independence."The entire progressive movement rejects the Declaration of Independence," Levin, a former DOJ chief of staff, said."That's why you'll never see a full page of the Declaration of Independence in the New York Times," he said.He said that progressives believe that rights come from the government, while the Declaration describes how they are inalienable grants to humanity from God.Levin said those who fought and died in the Revolution would be "appalled" by progressives like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who believe in a central government redistributing wealth."[They] can't have health care unless the government controls it and redistributes it," he said.Levin also discussed the media's fixation with President Trump's feud with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, remarking that "sonograms" have better ratings than MSNBC.Watch the clip above. Toomey on ObamaCare Replacement: If We Leave Medicaid As-Is, 'We'll Have a Fiscal Crisis' Presidential Knockout: Trump Tweets Video of Himself Beating Up 'CNN'   Continue Reading

Mark Levin: ‘Donald Trump Is the Victim’ in Alleged Obama Wiretapping Scandal

Radio talk show host Mark Levin joined "Fox & Friends Weekend" Sunday to discuss President Donald Trump's allegations of wiretapping of Trump Tower by the Obama administration.On Thursday, Levin laid out the potential executive overreach of the Obama administration, possible prompting Trump to take to Twitter Saturday morning to make his accusations public."This is not about President Trump's tweeting; this is about the Obama administration spying," said Levin, chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese in the Reagan administration.Levin brought up a report that the Obama administration made two Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court requests in 2016 to monitor Trump communications and a computer server in Trump Tower focusing on possible links with Russian banks. The first one in June was denied, but the follow-up in October was granted."The issue isn't whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign or transition of surrogates; the issue is the extent of it," Levin said."Donald Trump is the victim. His campaign is the victim. His transition team is the victim. His surrogates are the victim," he said.Levin added that former President Barack Obama is likely in some way involved in the alleged wiretapping."I will tell you this, he's more involved than he says; it's his executive branch," Levin said.Watch the full interview above, and check out the below links for the latest on this still developing story. Former DOJ Lawyer: Lynch, Comey Could Have 'Intimate Knowledge' of Alleged Wiretapping Lewandowski Weighs In on Allegations of Obama Admin Wiretapping Trump Tower WH Calls for Probe Investigating Trump's Allegations of Obama Wiretapping   Continue Reading

Radio host Michael Savage offers Newt Gingrich $1M  to drop out of 2012 election; rival Mark Levin fires back

Radio host Michael Savage has offered Newt Gingrich a million bucks to go away, saying a "fat old white man" can’t beat Barack Obama in the 2012 president election. Savage’s rival radio host Mark Levin responded by offering Savage $100,000 to leave the radio. So far, no one seems to be reaching for the money. Savage, heard early evenings in New York on WOR (710 AM), holds some of the same positions as Gingrich. But he doesn’t care much for Gingrich himself, questioning his position on issues like immigration and criticizing his messy personal life. More to the point, Savage explained on the air, the only relevant goal in 2012 is to beat Obama and Gingrich can’t do it. "On television he will come off badly compared to Obama and look like nothing more than what he is, a fat, old, white man," said Savage. Savage, who is not given to understatement, has suggested many times that if Obama wins a second term, America is finished. Of course, to hear Savage talk, America is pretty much finished anyhow. He just seems to think Romney could buy it a little more time. Meanwhile, speaking of not liking people, Mark Levin has never much cared for Savage – whom he calls "Weiner," which is Savage’s birth name. So Levin, who is heard in that same early evening spot in New York on WABC (770 AM), offered Savage $100,000 to give up his radio show. Levin added that this might happen even without the money, saying Savage is "losing affiliates left and right" because he "takes his audience for granted." Levin has had a hot-and-cold relationship with Gingrich, blasting him in a long rant last year, but giving him airtime this year to explain some of his positions to Levin’s conservative audience. Both Savage and Levin have large radio followings. By the most recent estimates of the trade magazine Talkers, Savage reaches more than 9 million listeners a week, making him the third most popular host in the Continue Reading

Right-wing radio hosts bracing for Barack Obama victory

With the presidential election days away, the talking heads of right-wing talk radio are mood-swinging between anxiety over a potential winner they despise and hope that the polls and pundits have got it wrong.But the enthusiasm gap for John McCain afflicts some of the hosts as well.RELATED CANDIDATES' 4th QUARTER AUDIBLEMichael Savage, heard nightly on WOR (710 AM), announced Wednesday night that he was endorsing McCain, "even though he’s almost as bad as [GEORGE W.]Bush," because "we can’t afford to elect a radical Marxist like Barack Hussein Obama." His sense of obligation won out, Savage proclaimed dramatically: "My endorsement could change the election and help save America."Savage also has offered a few ideas that could expedite that process. "People on welfare shouldn’t be allowed to vote," he said. "They’ll only vote themselves a raise." That’s Savage being Savage. But at the same hour on WABC (770 AM), host Mark Levin bemoaned the potential election of a "socialist" who would "take away our freedoms" and end America as we know it. RELATED BARACK OBAMA GOES PRIMETIME"Sometimes I feel like I’m talking to myself," said Levin, who has also ripped McCain, but endorsed him after the Sarah Palin selection. "We need to do something."Earlier on WABC, Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-S.C.) warned Sean Hannity ominously that a President Obama "would knock guys like you off the air." Hannity himself has been repeatedly charged that we don’t know if Obama was really born in Hawaii and thus is really a citizen.That hosts like Hannity give voice to some of the wilder Internet-fed rumors offends at least one local program director, Rennie Bishop of WWRL (1600 AM), the local outlet of the liberal Air America network. "Talk radio now isn’t about issues, it’s about flame-throwing," says Bishop. "They’re just throwing anything out, no matter how pointless or baseless, to see if it will stick." Talk radio – or at least the Continue Reading