Levin: Congress protects colleagues from assault allegations

· November 22, 2017  
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LevinTV host Mark Levin started his radio show Tuesday evening discussing the misconduct allegations against prominent leftists in government and the media.

 

Levin noted the recent allegations against Sen. Al Franken, Rep. John Conyers, and the famous TV personality Charlie Rose, who was fired Tuesday from CBS.

 

He expressed outrage over Congress’ cover-up of the situation, arguing that the so-called “leaders” prefer to forward the allegations to an ethics committee with the hope that the issue will go away on its own.

 

“Nobody knows anything. Everybody’s Helen Keller. They don’t hear anything, they don’t see anything, and they don’t speak,” he said of Congress’ bipartisan complicity in covering up misconduct charges and rumors against Conyers.

 

“Nobody knew that this guy was a pig?” Levin asked again regarding Rep. Conyers, the longest-tenured member of Congress (since 1965).

 

Moving onto Charlie Rose, Levin highlighted reports documenting the alleged years-long predatory behavior against young female staffers.

 

He went on, predicting that the Left and the media will play whataboutism and try to constantly change the conversation to President Trump and Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

 

Levin wrapped up the segment discussing the sexual harassment allegations against Sen. Al Franken.

“What did the Senate do? Mitch McConnell leading the way … Chuck Schumer leading the way … Cory Gardner hiding under his table,” he said of the Senate’s insistence to move the allegations over to the ethics committee.

 


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Author: Jordan Schachtel

Jordan Schachtel is the national security correspondent for Conservative Review and editor of The Dossier for CRTV. Follow him on Twitter @JordanSchachtel.