Blog

Levin: So Radical Is This Pathetic Administration That Even Our Bathrooms Aren't Safe

Michael Morris
By Michael Morris | May 10, 2016 | 3:41 PM EDT

Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin (AP Photo)

On his radio program Monday, nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin excoriated the Obama administration for its attempts at “blackmailing” North Carolina for not bowing to the transgender agenda saying “even our bathrooms aren’t safe.”

“That’s very confusing isn’t?” asked Levin. “The federal government should stay out of our bedrooms, but it’s okay to get into the public bathrooms. So radical is this pathetic administration, so dangerous, so diabolical that even our bathrooms aren’t safe.”

Below is a transcript of Mark Levin’s remarks:

“Remember when liberals used to say they believed in privacy rights? Remember when they used to say government should get out of the bedroom?

“Remember that?

“‘Government should get out of the bedroom.’ This was their clarion call to promote, you know, unrestricted abortion and so forth, the use of condoms and just on and on and on.

“But apparently the federal government shouldn’t get out of our public bathrooms.

“That’s very confusing isn’t? The federal government should stay out of our bedrooms, but it’s okay to get into the public bathrooms.

“So radical is this pathetic administration, so dangerous, so diabolical that even our bathrooms aren’t safe.

“Now, you knew that aleady.

“But we have a governor of North Carolina Pat McCrory ... McCrory was blackmailed, in essence. He was told that he and the North Carolina legislature, either back off their statute – that basically restates that the boys’ room is for boys and that the girls’ room is for girls and it doesn’t discriminate against, you know, straights or gays or whatever; it’s just the way it is, based on your genitalia – that if North Carolina didn’t back down, then the federal government is going to take billions and billions of dollars away from it.

“This is the way they blackmail states.”


Please support CNSNews today! (a 501c3 non-profit production of the Media Research Center)

DONATE