Levin rips House Dems for bringing in Watergate criminal John Dean to Trump hearing: ‘This whole thing is a fraud’

· June 11, 2019  
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John Dean at House Judiciary Committee hearing
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Monday night on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin tore into House Democrats and Watergate-era White House counsel John Dean over Monday’s hearing.

Dean, who pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice related to the Watergate scandal, appeared before the House Judiciary Committee for its Monday afternoon hearing focused on President Donald Trump and the impeachment process.

Levin said that the key reason Dean was present at the hearing was because Democrats are trying to “create the impression that this is Watergate. It’s not Watergate.”

“[House Democrats] don’t have any serious witnesses to any crime, and neither did Bob Mueller,” Levin said. “This whole thing is a fraud.”

The host proceeded to pick apart Dean’s testimony point by point, at one point calling the witness “seriously unhinged” and his testimony “nonsensical.”

Dean “thinks he has a historic role of some kind to play in this matter, when he has no role whatsoever; it’s embarrassing,” Levin remarked.

“If we really wanted some insight into what’s going on today, we would have one of Stalin’s former prosecutors explaining to us how they would treat innocent people,” Levin, referring to Democrats’ treatment of President Trump. “How they would use the media, like our media; how they would use the criminal justice system, like Mueller; and then how would have these public show trials, like Nadler,” Levin said. “Instead, they bring in this guy. This sleazeball.”

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Author: Nate Madden

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