Levin: The ‘symbiotic relationship’ between Dems and the media is shutting ‘we the people’ out of the impeachment process

· October 16, 2019  
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“Do we the people have a right to participate in this impeachment process?” LevinTV host Mark Levin asked Tuesday night on the radio.

Levin posed the question in response to yet another day of closed-door testimony to congressional investigators — this time from former Russia advisor Fiona Hill.

“In a normal process, we would know more about this woman; we would know about her testimony through the cross-examination,” the radio host explained. “Right now, all we’re being fed is cherry-picked information. This is happening every single day — witness after witness.”

“And the media happily regurgitate what’s being fed to them by [House Intelligence Committee Chairman] Adam Schiff and the Democrats on this committee,” Levin added.

“Just because the media and the Democrat Party have this symbiotic relationship doesn’t mean we the people are to be cut out of this process altogether,” Levin remarked.

“We’re not being served by the institution of the press; we’re being propagandized to,” the host concluded. “We’re not being served by the institution of the House of Representatives; it is a rogue operation. And there’s an enormous amount at stake here: the presidency of the United States.”

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Author: Nate Madden

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