Mark Levin: 'If This Is Not an Impeachable Offense, Then What Is?'

November 18, 2013 - 3:54 PM

"If this is not an impeachable offense, then what is?," Mark Levin asked his audience after playing clips of President Barack Obama repeatedly telling Americans they could keep their health care plans under Obamacare.

On his Friday radio program, Levin proposed the question after playing a clip of Obama saying "You can keep your plan" on 36 separate occasions:

"I have a question for you, it is a perfectly legitimate question," said Levin. "This man and his party have destroyed healthcare for millions of Americans. You folks are not gonna get it back unless this entire system is withdrawn. Millions more of you are gonna fall under the same trap. Remember, he's talking about one year to get them through the midterm elections.  Millions of you who work for larger businesses--50 or more employees--you're next, tens of millions of you.

"This is the greatest scam in modern American history. I talked about it last week. It is the greatest fraud in modern American history. There's never been a Ponzi scheme like it. There's never been a corporate crime like it--never, ever before."

"So let me put it to you this way: if this isn't an impeachable offense, then what is? He lied repeatedly. He schemed repeatedly. His entire party did it. This is an attack on the American system from within. That's exactly what it was. If this is not an impeachable offense, then what is?"