Levin: Here’s everything the Left SHOULD call a ‘constitutional crisis’ but won’t

· November 9, 2018  
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Friday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin pointed out all the things that the Left ought to consider constitutional crises, but won’t.

At the start of his opening segment, Levin pointed out how the Left never seems bothered by the constitutional implications of things like runaway activist courts, a massive, entrenched federal bureaucracy, and President Obama’s efforts to work around Congress and federal law on immigration.

Instead, he concluded, Democrats would rather claim that Trump’s replacement of Attorney General Jeff Sessions with acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker.

Under the Vacancies Act, Levin explained, the president is allowed to appoint an acting attorney general to fill Sessions’ position for “no longer than 210 days.” This gives him time to find a replacement to be confirmed by the Senate.

Whitaker’s appointment as acting AG does not come close to a “constitutional crisis.”


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Author: Nate Madden

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