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Levin: Obama Administration in ‘Full Cover-Up Mode’ Over Chinese Hacking

Margaret Knapp
By Margaret Knapp | June 12, 2015 | 2:15 PM EDT

Nationally syndicated radio show host Mark Levin criticized the Obama administration’s response to the federal data breach by Chinese hackers on his June 11, 2015 broadcast.

“The Obama administration is in full cover-up mode as it always is. It’s in full cover-up mode, it’s in full propaganda mode, as it is whether it’s Obamacare, as it is whether it’s illegal immigration, as it is whether it’s the Freedom of Information Act, the nukes that the ‘Islam-o-Nazis’ in Tehran are getting - full cover-up mode,” Levin stated.

Here is a transcript of what Levin had to say:

“The Obama administration is in full cover-up mode as it always is. It’s in full cover-up mode, it’s in full propaganda mode, as it is whether it’s Obamacare, as it is whether it’s illegal immigration, as it is whether it’s the Freedom of Information Act, the nukes that the ‘Islam-o-Nazis’ in Tehran are getting - full cover-up mode,” Levin stated.

“But this is huge. This is an act of war. I say it over and over again: this is an act of war by the communist police state in China. And they have now breached our federal databases, they now have obtained – we have a lot of federal employees listening to this program all over the country: liberal, conservative, moderate, independent, Democrat, Republican, not registered – you’ve all been hacked by the Red Chinese.

“And your employer, the federal government, failed to put in place the necessary, the effective tools to prevent it and to alert them to it in a timely manner. And I don’t want to hear anymore that they don’t have enough money. They waste over $120 billion a year.

“Now: the rest of us. You need to understand that the Internal Revenue Service has an enormous amount of information on we the people. Bank accounts, credit card information, family information, charitable information, you name it. More than that.

“Under Obamacare, the federal government is centralizing data information on the most personal aspects of your health. And I can assure you that a government that can’t create a website can’t protect the data.

“That’s obvious, now that they’ve stolen all this data from our federal employees and veterans and military personnel and on and on and on.”

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