Levin injects facts and reason into the land of impulse, emotion and agenda, the effort to overthrow Trump. Refuting each of their arguments, he urges Congress to…
After first quoting a tweet from President Trump on the subject of the witch hunt and the DOJ’s unconstitutional special counsel that is engaged in the COUP, Sean Hannity asks Mark Levin to weigh in on the topic, which he does, authoritatively.
Levin begins by repeating his belief that he’s stated multiple times before, that according to the DOJ’s own policy, supported by legal opinions issued in memorandums, a sitting President cannot be indicted. He explains, “Mr. Mueller is an inferior employee, in terms of the Department of Justice, he works for the Department of Justice, and he must comply with the policies of the Department of Justice.” [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
“He can’t defy the Department of Justice and bring an indictment,” says Levin. “I believe they already understand that because they watch your show.” He points out that it was not President Trump who wrote the appointments clause of the Constitution but rather the framers. Levin says, “The defect here is not that every special counsel’s appointment is unconstitutional,” they’re not, but “this special counsel’s appointment is.”
Levin says Rosenstein “does not have the power to substitute his will for the President and the Senate. The President nominates principle officers to the United States Senate, and the Senate must confirm. Assistant Attorneys General, United States Attorneys, Assistant Secretaries and up.”
Levin continues, “The problem is Mr. Rosenstein conferred so much power onto this special counsel, no specific criminal statutes, no specific individuals, and is oversight is so passive and so limited as he promised he would keep his hands off of Mr. Mueller, that he’s created an unconstitutional special counsel.”
Levin goes on to challenge the significance of the memo that Schumer and the Democrats have themselves worked into a knot over, a two and a half page document with only one sentence that applies and no footnotes or case law. Levin goes on to read the portion of the Constitution, Article 2 Section 2, in which the power of the President to pardon himself can easily be construed, from a strict constructionist perspective.
Levin says the “Constitution is the President’s friend,” that President Trump is in the situation he is because of what Rosenstein did in “creating an unconstitutional monster who is threatening to bring the President in front of a federal grand jury, which is unconstitutional and has never been done, with this notion of obstruction of justice when he exercises his prerogatives as President because they want to indict him, which has never been done.”
Levin points out, “The only way to remove a President of the United States is the old fashioned way, through the Senate, and that’s it. So it’s not the President who’s the thug, it’s Mr. Mueller who is the thug. It’s not the President who is the incompetent, it’s Mr. Rosenstein who is the incompetent.”
Levin affixes the blame where it belongs, asking, “Where the Hell is the United States Congress? The Republicans control it. They need to hold hearings, they need to ask Mr. Rosenstein why he didn’t recuse himself, since he recommended that Comey be fired.”
He adds, “They need to ask Mr. Mueller about those memos out of the Justice Department. They need to ask Mr. Mueller what authority he has to drag a President in front of a federal grand jury or subpoena him. What authority does he have to even contemplate indicting a President? And how is it that he hasn’t violated the appointments clause of the Constitution?” He says Congress has a role and they need to get involved.
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