Levin: ‘Neville Chamberlain tactics’ won’t protect free speech

· May 31, 2017  
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Conservatives aren’t sinking to the Left’s level when they fight back with media boycotts, says Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin; rather, they’re engaging in self-defense.

Levin’s opening segment of his radio program Wednesday night was directed at conservatives unwilling to counter-boycott the advertisers of liberal media personalities like MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, in response to far-left Media Matters for America’s ongoing attack campaign against Fox News’ Sean Hannity.

Levin called the refusal to stand and fight because of an aversion to using the Left’s playbook “Neville Chamberlain tactics,” after the British Prime minister credited with allowing the rise of Nazi Germany by his policy of appeasement.

“To stand passively or debate among ourselves while one of us, or two of us, or five of us are under a concerted, organized, heavily funded assault is unconscionable to me,” Levin said. “It’s immoral to me.”


Author: Nate Madden

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