Saturday, November 14, 2015

Mark Levin Reacts to Paris Attacks

From Breitbart:
On his Friday radio show, immediately on the news that terror attacks had occurred in Paris in multiple locations earlier in the day, Mark Levin offered his reaction to the attacks with a warning of what could happen here if the United States didn’t act in the appropriate way.

Levin argued what happened in Paris could happen here and called out a number of so-called “front groups” in the United States.

“You know ladies and gentlemen, I don’t know about you, but I am so sick and tired of politicians telling us we can’t control our border, we can’t determine who is coming into this country. I’m so sick of these ethnic front groups — groups like CAIR and Muslim Brotherhood-associated groups in this country pretending to be civil rights groups and using our laws against us and using our freedom against us. I’m so sick of it.”

“What is going on in France is going to happen here — I truly believe it,” he continued. “I cringe even when I say it, but I know it will. We’re just an easy hit. We’re just an easy target. We don’t secure the border. We coddle people who come here illegally. We have a president who wants to bring in tens of thousands of people from Syria. We can’t even vet them. We don’t know their background. It doesn’t mean everyone is a terrorist.”

Levin then warned about the borders of our country, pointing to the free flow of refugees from Syria into the European Union in recent months and how that might pose a similar threat if we don’t protect our own borders.

“You can’t have this, you can’t have sovereignty, you can’t have security, you can’t have a rule of law, you can’t have a free country if you do not secure your border, ladies and gentlemen,” he said. “I am sick and tired of being lectured by the left, being lectured by Republicans, being lectured by morons on TV. I am tired of it. It doesn’t mean we’re anti-anybody. It means we are pro-us. This is common sense. This is what we call reason.” (Read more.)

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