In the final segment of his Sunday night Fox News program, Life, Liberty & Levin, Mark gives us his sage advice about our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution, and how we can save our republic right now. Below is the transcript:
Welcome back America. In these tumultuous times, I want you to keep something in mind we have two documents that I turn to, I mean other than the bible, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States. Really during this entire program, we’ve been talking about the Constitution and the rule of law. I am in this chair and I do this program, for one reason and one reason only, because I believe in this country, because I believe in liberty, and I believe in the Declaration, and the Constitution of the United States.
That’s what I fight for here. That’s what my guests mostly talk about. It applies to today as it did to yesterday, and it will tomorrow. If the Constitution is applied, the Constitution is honored, including by the Supreme Court, then the outcome will be righteous regardless of what the outcome is. That’s my perspective. I think the way
this president has been treated by the media, by the Democrat party, by academia, by Hollywood; not one minute of peace during his entire presidency has been disgusting and appalling. Disgusting and appalling, but that said, this is what matters: The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
We’re going to lose our republic. We’re going to lose our republic. We cannot have Democrats and their surrogates running around in different states and so forth, and changing the voting rules. This needs to be resolved, this needs to be fixed once and for all going forward or every future election is going to be a mess. So keep your beliefs in God, the family, the Declaration, the Constitution, and the country. Fight on, fight on, be heard, embrace your principles, but have faith that in the end, the system will work.
And if it’s not working, it’s up to you and me to make sure it works. Just remember also, the Declaration and the Constitution are not self-executing. It’s up to us. We’ve had a lot of a lot of major battles in this country over the uh, over the years, over the decades, over the centuries. This is one more of those battles. We’ll get through it. We’ll be stronger for it as long as we hold the Declaration and the Constitution firmly.
See you next time on Life, Liberty, and Levin.