Author and syndicated radio host Mark Levin thinks Democrats should be celebrating the discovery of apparent collusion with the Russian government after all.
Though that collusion was by their own former president.
Levin, the former Chief of Staff to Attorney General Edwin Meese in the Ronald Reagan administration, spoke about the proof of collusion between former President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Fox News’ “Hannity” on Monday, discussing reports that Obama knew about alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election as early as August, but did nothing because he expected Hillary Clinton to win.
“Now we do have proof of collusion, within the Obama administration,” Levin told host Sean Hannity. “Various departments and agencies involved in intelligence and law enforcement covered this up to keep it from the American people.”
Levin wondered if Democrats thought Trump had actually colluded with Russia to win the election, why didn’t they put release that information back in August when it was discovered.
“I think that special counsel, Mr. (Robert) Mueller ought to consider expanding his investigation to include the prior administration, to include their activities with the Russians, to include their activities to cover up for Vladimir Putin,” Levin said.
“And while he’s at it, he may want to include domestic surveillance,” he added, “and the unmasking of America citizens.”
“Now we have collusion. Democrats should be excited,” he said.”Collusion’s been found. It’s among them.”
The author of “Rediscovering Americanism” pointed to the marked difference between the forces at work in the U.S. today, and argued it’s time to take on the “progressive masterminds” in America.
“We believe in the rights of man, they believe in the power of government,” he said. “This is a debate we must have to get our principles back, to get our liberty back, to get our republic back because it’s been taken away from us.”
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