The Biden Administration is marking political adversaries as "potential domestic terrorists," conservative author Mark Levin claimed Sunday on "Life, Liberty & Levin."
Levin was responding to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland’s June 15 remark that “white supremacy” is the "top domestic violent extremist threat."
"They are saying that people with whom they disagree are potential domestic terrorists," Levin said. "They lump everybody in with the Klan. They lump everybody in with the neo-Nazis."
Below is a transcript of the segment:
Mark Levin: Did you hear the attorney general earlier this week? What did he say? “The greatest danger is domestic terrorism,” and what’s the greatest danger in domestic terrorism? White supremacy. Who are these white supremacists? The Klan? The neo-Nazis? Well, we have a big enough FBI, we have enough prosecutors. Go get them. Who’s stopping them? Now, what was interesting during his press conference: I didn’t hear a single name of any organization, of any person, of any investigation, of any prosecution that’s going on. And this is the game they're playing. White supremacy, the white-dominant society, this is critical race theory, this is the 1619 Project. So you hate America because there's just too much whiteness in its founding, hate the Founding, dismiss every document and everything the framers did. White supremacy, white domination.
Then they talk about the Klan and the neo-Nazis. There’s over 60 million people in this country that the government identifies and labels as white, Caucasian. Are we all members of the Klan? Are we all neo-Nazis? How absurd, how disgusting. You have Republican legislatures that are trying to get their election system back since the COVID virus and since the system was changed illegitimately by judges, by governors, by boards of elections, by secretaries of state. The federal Constitution gives this power to the state legislatures, to no one else. They did it purposely because they wanted the representatives of the people of each state to make those decisions. So, Joe Biden goes out on a blasphemous campaign, a poisonous, cancerous campaign, and accuses those legislatures of conducting Jim Crow-like activities to suppress the vote. Now, Joe Biden knows something about Jim Crow activities since early in his Senate career, he was a Jim Crowster. He supported segregation, he opposed integration in our cities. He didn’t want his kids to attend integrated schools in the inner city, called them potential jungles. That’s Joe Biden.
So he knows something about it, but he knows nothing about what's taking place today. So if the state legislatures want to go back to pre-COVID? Was pre-COVID Jim Crow? And the attorney general of the United States says, “I need to double the number of civil rights division attorneys I have," and they have a new civil rights leader who is a bigot, an out-and-out bigot. Why does he want to double the civil rights attorneys? To go after these Republican states because, you see, what they're doing is the worst thing since the 1960s when Robert Kennedy was attorney general of the United States. You see what's going on here? They are saying that people with whom they disagree are potential domestic terrorists. They lump everybody in with the Klan. They lump everybody in with the neo-Nazis. And by the way, if you are not white and you love America and you're not part of this counterrevolution, this American Marxism movement, you know what they say about you? And there are many of you -- black, Hispanic, interracial, what have you -- they say you have been colonized. Your mind, your belief systems have been destroyed, you've been colonized. You may be black, you may be brown, you may be yellow, you may be red, you may be interracial; it doesn't matter because you're one of them. If you're not down for the revolution, you are one of them.
Elisabeth Nieshalla is an intern reporter for CNSNews. A student at Taylor University, she studies Politics, Philosophy and Economics and was elected to serve as president of the Class of 2024. She also worked as editor of the opinions page for The Echo, Taylor University’s newspaper.