On his nationally syndicated radio talk show “The Mark Levin Show” Tuesday, host Mark Levin dismissed the Mueller report, calling “the whole thing,” “bogus,” “outrageous.”
“Now, first of all, the whole thing [Mueller report] is bogus,” stated Mark Levin. “No prosecutor’s supposed to really put together a report about things they haven’t done in the court room. So it’s really outrageous from the moment it begins.”
Mark Levin’s comments came on Tuesday, two days before the Mueller report is expected to be released. The initial summary of the report, as presented by Attorney General William Barr on “did not establish that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it conspired or coordinated with the Russian government to influence the 2016 election, and Attorney General Barr determined that President Trump did not commit obstruction of justice to cover up a crime that never occurred,” reported CNSNews.com on March 24, 2019. Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), according to CNSNews.com, “told ‘Fox News Sunday’ that his committee has a ‘broader mandate’ than Special Counsel Robert Mueller did: ‘So we have to look into abuses of power, we have to look into obstructions of justice. And that we will do, and we'll see where it goes -- we'll see where the facts take us.’”
Below is a transcript, in pertinent part, of Mark Levin’s remarks from his show on Tuesday:
“We know Thursday morning the Mueller report, with various redactions, will be released, and it will be the focus of at least three percent of the country, including the media. Nothing else matters – the economy, jobs, taxes, securing the border, protecting our communities, building up the defense. ‘No, no, no. None of that matters. What matters is the Mueller report.’
“Now, first of all, the whole thing is bogus. No prosecutor’s supposed to really put together a report about things they haven’t done in the court room. So it’s really outrageous from the moment it begins.
“And so, that’s never really discussed. I have to keep bringing it up.
“So, none of the information’s been tested. None of the information’s been challenged under the rules the Constitution provides – none of them.
“It almost doesn’t even matter what’s in the report. We heard Jerrold Nadler, [whom] I read from decades ago, basically say they’ll interpret whether or not obstruction occurred. And gee, he’s so objective.”