Mark Levin Sounds Off on ‘Psychopaths’ in The Media: ‘They’ve Had More Positions on Russia Than Stormy Daniels’
Conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin had a strong reaction to the strong reaction among President Donald Trump‘s critics over his remarks he made at the Helsinki summit.
After Sean Hannity repeated his assertion that the past 24 hours was the “single worst” in the history of the mainstream media, Levin responded by sharing something he learned.
“What we’ve learned about the media- several of the hosts and guests is we have a lot of psychopaths out there, that’s for sure,” Levin told Hannity. “Comparing the president’s conference with Putin to Pearl Harbor, 9/11 Kristallnacht, the beginning of the Holocaust, calling him a traitor and treasonous. You know, two weeks ago, they said he was running Japanese internment camps and Nazi concentration camps. This is the pseudo-media. And now comes to Russia. Now the liberals, the media, the Democrats, some Republicans- very upset about Russia. You know, they’ve had more positions on Russia than Stormy Daniels as far as I’m concerned.”
Levin then gave a history lesson, pointing to FDR who “repeatedly praised Stalin” in 1945 as well as John F. Kennedy, Gerald Ford, and Jimmy Carter for their mishandling of the Soviet Union, dismissing the “hysteria” that has erupted from Monday’s press conference.
“If, in fact, Donald Trump had turned to Putin after a 2-hour private meeting, after setting up this summit, and all of a sudden in public turns to Putin and says, ‘Look you little bastard, we know you interfered in our election,” they would be attacking Trump today,” Levin asserted.
He went on to blast President Barack Obama for his inaction on Russia and compared that to the Trump administration’s various actions.
Watch the clip above, via Fox News.
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