Levin: Dem debate is proof ‘we are totally unmoored from limited government and our constitutional system’

· August 2, 2019  
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Thursday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin broke down the real takeaway from the Democratic debates Wednesday night.

“What they’re calling for, what they’re supporting, with the media’s help, would be rejected completely by the Founding Fathers. Now what’s going on here? Health care for all, health care for illegal aliens, decriminalize the border, guaranteed minimum income, guaranteed jobs. We are totally unmoored from limited government and our constitutional system. This is exactly why I’m a supporter of Convention of States and Article V.”

Levin reminded listeners that the modern Democratic ideology, utopianism, is exactly what he outlined in his 2012 book, “Ameritopia.” He read from the book to describe utopianism.

“‘It strips the individual of his uniqueness, making him indistinguishable from the multitudes that form what is commonly referred to as “the masses.” But it simultaneously assigns him a group identity based on race, ethnicity, age, gender, income, etc., to highlight differences within the masses. It then exacerbates old rivalries and disputes, or it incites new ones. This way, it can speak to the well-being of “the people” as a whole, while dividing them against themselves,'” Levin read. “… Does that not define what we’re going through right now?”

Listen:

“You’re witnessing this, right now, in your own country, in the Democrat Party debates and the media reporting,” Levin said.


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Author: Carmel Kookogey