Last night, Mark Levin asked his producer to call Brian Ross at ABC News to find out who used to be President Obama’s “ex-drug pusher.”
“Mr. Producer, wake up Brian-what’s his name-Brian Ross again, ABC News, the senior investigative reporter. Tell him to find out who Obama’s drug pusher was, would you please? Oh, use this; say it’s an ex-drug pusher because he likes to look into things that begin with e-x, an ex-drug pusher.”
Levin’s request was prompted by a caller who said that the best ways to choose someone for the job of the presidency is to look into that person’s history. The caller was defending the ABC News interview with Newt Gingrich’s ex-wife and her revelations concerning their love life.
Wouldn't you like an interview with Obama's drug dealer, Levin asked, "so we could know how many drugs he took, what kinds of drugs he took, what age he took them?"
The caller answered, “No” – to which Levin replied:
“I want to know all about Gingrich’s love life, his wife, the cheating, this and that-you want to know about Obama’s drug dealer? No. Now he doesn’t want to know who Barack Obama’s drug dealer was…and we know Obama used drugs, he said so in his book.”
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