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Levin: Americans ‘Would Be Well Served’ If News Analysts ‘Would Be Quiet,’ Allow 'Senate Hearing to Speak for Itself'

Michael Morris
By Michael Morris | September 27, 2018 | 12:17 PM EDT

Nationally syndicated radio talk show host, TV host, author and American lawyer Mark Levin (Screenshot)

During a break in the U.S. Senate Judicial Committee hearing on the nomination of Brett M. Kavanaugh, nationally syndicated radio talk show host and host of the Fox News television show “Life, Liberty & Levin” Mark Levin suggested that Americans “would be well served” if news analysts “would be quiet” and allow the “senate hearing to speak for itself.”

“The American people would be well served if the vast majority of the news ‘analysts’ would be quiet and allow the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing speak for itself,” stated Mark Levin on his Twitter page. “They add absolutely nothing substantive or useful to any of this.”

Mark Levin's remarks came as Kavanaugh accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford was responding to questions during the Senate Judicial Committee hearing on Judge Brett Kavanaugh. The ongoing hearing can be watched live at the Committee on the Judiciary website.

In a subsequent social media post, Levin continued, “So far during the hearing, the Democrats are making partisan speeches and the GOP questioner is trying to pin down the details, which go to credibility. This five minute rule is not particularly helpful either. We still have no witness, no corroboration, and no evidence from the accuser.”

Minutes later, Levin stated in a tweet, “Thus far, Senate Democrats have not asked a single probative question about the accuser’s conflicting statements and positions.”

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