Skip to comments.FASCISM: Mark Levin says a powerful Republican Congressman trying to silence his show.
Posted on 04/14/2013 1:41:19 PM PDT by gonzo
Mark Levin opened his show tonight saying that a certain Republican Congressman who doesnt like what hes saying is trying to get the local affiliate in their district to stop running the Mark Levin Show. And apparently they are trying to do it behind the scenes. But Levin says EVERYTHING gets back to him and he will not tolerate fascism.
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There’s a powerful Republican Congressman?
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several threads on this already.
He shouldn’t wait, he should name him.
C’mon Levin: Expose the enemy or be their ally.
please, enough theatrics. just name the person so there can be independent verification and an appropriate response.
we can all make educated guesses.
Congressman = senator or representative
Collins, McCain, Graham, Portman, Boner, Cantor, McCarthy, Rubio.
Not Boehner b/c Levin posted on his Facebook page: “It’s NOT Boehner.”
Mark would’ve said “Senator” if it had been one, such as McCain is.
On another thread they were saying telltale signs pointed to it being NY’s Peter King.
In the tape, Levin refers to the CongressCritter’s “district”
That makes me lean more toward a representative as opposed to a senator.
In any case, the times I’ve heard him talk about Rubio, he has remained supportive. Wonder if that will change next week.
Not sure how strong the radio slot is in Ohio but I can guarantee you Mark's show is big in DC area!
Outside chance it's McCarthy but don't think he has the clout to pull off some of the things Levin was speaking about doing to various congressmen that stand up against leadership.
On his Friday show, syndicated talk show host Mark Levin said that a Republican congressman is attempting to persuade one of his affiliates to remove his show from the airwaves.
Although Levin would not offer the congressmans name on air, he has been a vocal critic of various members of the House Republican leadership in the past. But Levin called the situation fascism.
Well, it has come to my attention that there is a Republican congressman out there who doesnt like what Ive been saying, Levin said. It has come to my attention that there is a Republican congressman out there, a fairly powerful one, who doesnt like what Im saying about him. And you know what this Republican congressman wants to do about it, Mr. Producer? He wants our major affiliate in his district where my program is heard to remove my show. This Republican congressman, who is fairly powerful, is sliming around in the background, in the shadows trying to get my show removed from one of the major radio stations in his district. Know what they call that, Mr. Producer? They call that fascism.
Mark is very precise. If this person was a Senator, Mark would say “Senator”.
While a Senator is in Congress, he is not called Congressman. He or she just is not called that. He or she is called a Senator.
On another thread about this the consensus was Peter King of NY.
I think the station in question was WABC in NY.
That was a few days ago so something else might have broken about it since then, so I’m not claiming certainty.
Pete King maybe?
He’s a senator
When a Senator is in Congress he is called a lying, two faced POS
Just tell us now Mark.