Conservative radio host Mark Levin took to Fox and Friends Sunday morning to voice his thoughts on the Barack Obama–Donald Trump wiretap scandal.
Chatting with host Pete Hegseth, Levin laid out his argument:
They were so aggressive, they waited four or five months, they go back in October, weeks before the general election, they narrow their request, all of the sudden we have leaks coming out on [Michael] Flynn. Then we have a “Oh horrible” meeting that took place between [Attorney General Jeff] Sessions and so forth. And I’m telling you as a former chief of staff to a United States attorney general in the [Ronald] Regan administration, these are police state tactics.
The conservative pundit would then go on to defend POTUS, saying, “The evidence is overwhelming … Donald Trump is the victim. His campaign is the victim. His transition team is the victim. His surrogates are the victims.”
To get to the bottom of the accusations, Levin suggested that the two FISA court warrant requests from the Obama administration need be released. He added, “There ought to be public hearings on this stuff, too.”
Watch the full interview above, via Fox.
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