Its Not The President Destroying the 1st Amendment [Video]

Talk show host Mark Levin has his own opinion on what is the real threat to the 1st Amendment and it is not President Donald Trump. The mainstream media would have you believe that because the President is calling out Fake News when he sees it, he is somehow to blame. that is not the truth.

The free press gave up its freedoms a long while back to vested interests and identity politics. Thay and other parts of our nation have lost their moral compass. Here is what Mark has to say about all this.

As Written By Michael Morris for CBN News:

Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin ripped the United States press Wednesday, suggesting on his show that President Trump is not destroying the 1st Amendment but that “[t]he press is destroying itself.”

“We’ve heard now since Donald Trump decided to run for president and up to modern day that he is destroying the 1st Amendment and freedom of the press,” stated Mark Levin. “The press is destroying itself.”

Levin’s comments came as yet another journalist, Matt Lauer, has been accused of “inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace,” leading to the NBC “Today” show co-anchor’s firing.

Below is transcript of Levin’s remarks from his show Wednesday:

“That Access Hollywood tape which came out, that video – and what Billy Bush had said and what Trump had said and so forth – it almost looks quaint compared to what we’re learning with respect to these journalists. Not just bravado, not just opinions and so forth, not just nasty stuff, we’re talking about acting out nasty stuff – acting it out.

“Now, we’ve talked about this a long time: when a country loses its virtue, the country is lost. I don’t believe our country has lost its virtue. I believe …….


Levin: Trump Isn’t Destroying the 1st Amendment – ‘The Press Is Destroying Itself’


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