Levin: Here’s what’s REALLY at stake with the next SCOTUS justice

· June 27, 2018  
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On his radio show Wednesday evening, LevinTV host Mark Levin cut through the legacy media bluster and broke down the actual terms of the real debate over America’s next Supreme Court justice.

The segment followed news of the long-anticipated announcement of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement earlier in the day. Levin went on to explain the importance of properly understanding the ideologies at play when discussing who will take Kennedy’s place on the bench.

“This is a battle between constitutionalists and statists,” Levin said.

What will happen, as always, Levin explained, is that Democratic politicians will demand that the prospective justice agree with their political agenda, rather than side with the text of the Constitution itself.

“[Constitutionalists] seek to have a Supreme Court that shows fidelity to the Constitution of the United States, the law of the land,” Levin said. “And if these justices do not show fidelity to the Constitution, then why the hell should we show fidelity to their opinions?”

After the segment, Levin tweeted that Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, would make a great replacement.


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Author: Nate Madden

Nate Madden is CRTV’s congressional correspondent. Follow him @NateMaddenCRTV or send tips to [email protected].