Fox News – Mark Levin: Courts’ Unbelievable Actions Against Trump

“Fox News – Mark Levin: Courts’ Unbelievable Actions Against Trump” outlines Mark Levin’s criticism of legal actions against former President Donald Trump.


Video Source: Midnight Rider Channel

Levin discusses various legal challenges facing Trump, including:

  1. Supreme Court Case on Ballot Removal: Levin mentions a case questioning if a presidential candidate can be removed from the ballot, twisting Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, originally aimed at the Confederacy.
  2. Violation of Attorney-Client Privilege: Trump’s rights in document and January 6 cases are discussed, where he faces charges under the Klan Act and Enron acts, among others, without charges related to sedition or insurrection.
  3. New York Attorney General’s Actions: Levin criticizes the New York Attorney General for utilizing a seldom-used fraud statute against Trump, which does not require actual fraud to be proven.
  4. Post-Presidential Immunity: The discussion moves to Washington, DC, where the circuit courts are considering post-presidential immunity.

Levin argues these legal challenges are part of a concerted effort by Democrat-aligned judges, prosecutors, and media to prevent Trump from running in future elections. He suggests these actions are motivated by fear of Trump’s potential re-election and a desire for power and control, disregarding the Constitution and rule of law.

Levin and his guest, Leo Terrell, express concern over the weaponizations of the legal system and the rapid timelines imposed on Trump for legal appeals, which they see as evidence of interference in the electoral process. They highlight the unusual and aggressive judicial actions as part of a broader attempt to undermine Trump’s political viability, emphasizing the importance of the rule of law in the United States and criticizing the judicial system’s deviation from established legal processes.

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