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Mark Levin: Rep. Nadler ‘Thrilled to Be an Executioner in This French Revolution Redux’ Against Trump

Michael Morris
By Michael Morris | December 12, 2018 | 10:26 AM EST

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

In a Note on his Facebook page, nationally syndicated radio talk show host of “The Mark Levin Show,” TV host of “Life, Liberty & Levin,” author and American lawyer Mark Levin wrote five points titled “A Time for Truth” addressing whether or not President Trump can be indicted.

The Facebook Note, posted on Dec. 11, 2018, came after Mark Levin reiterated the point that President Trump “will not be indicted” and “is not in any” legal jeopardy on his radio show on Dec. 4, 2018 and following a Nov. 29, 2018, guilty plea by Michael Cohen “to one count of making a false statement to Congress regarding work he did on the development of a Trump Tower in Russia,” reported CBS News. Levin’s Note also followed statements by Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), the congressman suggesting that a Trump campaign finance violation would “certainly” be an impeachable offense.

Below are Mark Levin’s five points on the Mueller investigation:

“1. A sitting president CANNOT be indicted. That’s official DOJ policy since 1973. Neither the Special Counsel nor the SDNY nor Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein can defy that 45-year-old policy.

“2. SDNY is NOT expert in campaign finance violations and neither is the Clinton appointed district judge. They rarely handle campaign finance cases. The left-wing media and politicians are regurgitating what the prosecutors have merely filed in their own self-serving brief. The media and others intentionally refuse to look at the actual rules and context. They refuse to even question what these prosecutors have thrown together.

“3. The actual campaign rules and context do NOT include Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) or infinite other contracts, payments, arrangements, acts of a private nature, etc. as campaign contributions. This is normal human behavior and was never intended to be regulated or reported. SDNY is dead wrong. And these private payments can be made in any manner or any amount. Again, they’re private payments involving private matters. To underscore, there’s no reporting requirement because they’re not campaign payments made with or without campaign funds.

“4. SDNY inclusion of these charges in the Cohen plea deal was a sleazy political and PR attack against the president by an office coordinating with Mueller and aligned with Comey. SDNY knew Cohen would plead. It therefore knew its absurd allegations would not be tested in any courtroom — district, circuit or Supreme Court. If they were tested, SDNY would be hammered like a nail. But it knew the left-wing media and politicians would use the mere over-the-top allegations from its office, with absolutely nothing more, to claim the president committed campaign felonies. No due process. No assumption of innocence. They knew they couldn’t charge a sitting president. Thus, they convict the president in the press, not only an extreme act of professional misconduct but a violation of the very purpose of the DOJ memos banning the indictment of a sitting president while effectively indicting him in the court of public opinion, and watch as untold numbers of media personalities and former members of the SDNY, among others, use this dirty work to predict or demand the president’s indictment and/or impeachment.

“5. As for impeachment, NDAs involving wholly private matters occurring before the president was even a candidate and completely unrelated to his office cannot legitimately trigger the [C]onstitution’s impeachment clause. Indeed, they could not be more irrelevant. The history of the clause and its “high crimes and misdemeanors” language make it crystal clear that the office and the president’s duties are not affected in any conceivable way by these earlier private contracts. Of course, Jerrold Nadler, another NYC radical, could not care less. He’s more than thrilled to be an executioner in this French Revolution redux. The Constitution be damned. Meanwhile, he and the others wave around the Constitution as if they’re defending it against a tyrant. It is they who are the tyrants.”

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