Mark Levin slams ‘sick’ Charlottesville politicization

Phil Shiver · August 14, 2017  
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Protestors gathering at 59th Street and 5th Avenue in New York sit during a moment of silence Monday, Aug. 14, 2017, as they protest President Donald Trump not far from Trump Tower.| Craig Ruttle | AP Photo/

 

Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin opened his radio program Monday night with sobering words regarding the violence in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend.

Levin began by denouncing the hateful violence that took place, and in particular, the attack by the suspected perpetrator, alleged neo-Nazi James Alex Fields Jr., which resulted in the death of Heather Heyer and the injury of nearly 20 others.

Listen to Levin’s response in full:

Tearing into the exploitation of the tragedy from all sides, Levin slammed the media, the Left’s obsession with Trump hate, and the posturing of Republican lawmakers in the wake of the tragedy.

“I’m disgusted and embarrassed,” Levin said at the outset. We are, too.

Editor’s note: The article has been updated for clarity.

Author: Phil Shiver

Phil Shiver is a staff writer and digital associate for Conservative Review. He enjoys Christian ministry, commonsense politics, and anything active. You can follow him on Twitter @kpshiver3.