Mark Levin on Patriotism, the Media, and World War Two

In this video clip from his Sunday night Fox News program Life Liberty and Levin, constitutional scholar and radio and television host Mark Levin talks about patriotism.

He uses his father’s, grandfather’s, and uncle’s service during World War Two as an example, and he wonders that with today’s political climate and the media, if we would have won this war had it taken place in today. Me too!


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2 Responses to Mark Levin on Patriotism, the Media, and World War Two

  1. Joe Z says:

    Mark is correct. We must win this election BIG. The lefties will commit voter fraud anyway possible and then use their corrupt lawyers and judges to steal any close contests after the election.

    • David Martin says:

      Hell, even if we win, which I have strong doubts about, the Left will claim we cheated anyway (even though the Dems are the recognized voter fraud champions)!

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