Popular conservative radio show host Mark Levin fired up the Conservative Political Action Conference crowd Saturday with an electrifying speech on President Obama’s executive power grab.
Levin likened the president’s overreach to the abuses King George heaped on a young America, behaviors that prompted the Constitutional Congress to write the Declaration of Independence.
“Let me today submit to a candid world the short list of repeated injuries and usurpations committed by this president — the would-be King Barack Obama,” Levin said.
“Mr. Obama, you have violated the separation of powers to empower yourself and impose your radical agenda by fiat and regulation, in defiance of free elections and against the will of the people,” he said.
After firing off a list of grievances, Levin slammed Obama for his immigration policies, particularly his attempts at executive amnesty.
“We are not a nation of immigrants. We are a nation of citizens — a nation of immigrants who have become citizens,” he said. “And I’m sick and tired of the American citizen being demeaned and treated as second-class citizens while anyone who crosses the border is treated as the most virtuous human being on the face of the Earth.”
Levin didn’t reserve his wrath for Obama and liberals. He also railed against establishment Republicans, especially Jeb Bush, saying to loud cheers, “The only Dynasty I like is Duck Dynasty.”
Then he called for conservatives to come together to elect a president deserving of the office.
“We need to nominate a conservative for president of the United States, and I don’t much damn care how we do it,” Levin said.
His last plea was perhaps his simplest: “Kill ISIS.”
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