Levin explains why the whistleblower scandal is ‘the biggest nothing on the face of the Earth’

· October 2, 2019  
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Tuesday night on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin took on the legacy media and their criticisms of his discussion of the Ukraine whistleblower scandal.

Levin, who was off Monday night for Rosh Hashanah, began the segment by stating that the current controversy involving the president is “the biggest nothing on the face of the Earth.”

Levin garnered some media criticism as a result of his defense of President Donald Trump amid the recent Ukraine phone call controversy. A recent appearance of his on Fox News was later tweeted out in video form by the president. During the appearance, Levin unequivocally made the point that “the president didn’t do anything illegal” in regard to the Ukraine phone call.

The radio host responded to his critics by reading an excerpt from his recently released book, “Unfreedom of the Press,” which lays out the extent of the modern mass media’s far-left bias.

“A self-perpetuating and reinforcing mindset has replaced independent and impartial thinking, and the American people know it,” Levin read, “so the credibility of the mass media has never been lower.”

“We do not have a free press in this country,” Levin concluded. “We have an ideologically driven, Democrat Party, partisan, progressive, social activism press that is working against the founding principles of this country and working against the people of this country.”

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Author: Nate Madden

Nate Madden is BlazeTV’s congressional correspondent. Follow him @NateOnTheHill or send tips to nmadden@blazemedia.com.