Levin rebukes the ‘pseudo-story’ campaign in the media that’s still pushing obstruction charges against Trump

· May 7, 2019  
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On his radio show Monday evening, LevinTV host Mark Levin began his program discussing the campaign to sabotage President Trump’s tenure as commander in chief.

He discussed a Washington Post story citing random former federal prosecutors, in which they claim there is a case that the president committed obstruction.

“Wow. Look at this: 370 former prosecutors wrote a letter, and they said they would have indicted the president of the United States for obstruction, had he not been president. … You know, ladies and gentleman, there’s about 50,000 former prosecutors, maybe 100,000, federal, state, local,” Levin explained. 

“So this is completely a joke. It’s what we call pseudo-events here. It’s a pseudo-story in order to create news,” Levin said of the Washington Post piece.

“It’s a pseudo-story. It’s just something to concoct — manufacture — news,” he added.

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Author: Jordan Schachtel

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