LEVIN on HANNITY: Adam Schiff Should Be Disbarred, Elizabeth Warren a ‘Thug’

posted by Hannity Staff - 12.16.21

Mark Levin stopped-by ‘Hannity’ Wednesday night to discuss the week’s latest news; saying Congressman Adam Schiff should be disbarred while blasting “thug” Elizabeth Warren’s outrageous statements about the Supreme Court.

“When it comes to Adam Schiff doctoring evidence… Adam Schiff is a lawyer, let’s do something about it. Lawyers are not free to doctor evidence. That’s exactly what Adam Schiff did… It’s time that people file a serious ethics complaint. Enough is enough,” said Levin.

“Elizabeth Warren is a thug and a liar. She got into college lying about her ethnicity. She continued to lie about her ethnicity to get appointments as a professor… This thug wants to add four seats to the United States Supreme Court… That’s totalitarianism,” he added.

Watch Levin’s comments above.

EXCLUSIVE: Mark Levin Stops by ‘Hannity’ to Discuss His Latest Bestseller and the Russia Probe

posted by Hannity Staff - 5.21.19

The ‘Great One’ Mark Levin spoke with Sean Hannity Monday night for an exclusive one-hour interview; discussing his bestselling new book ‘Unfreedom of the Press’ and the current state of the mainstream media in America.

“Tonight, we’re holding the media in this country accountable as I sit down with the great one, Mark Levin, for an entire hour. His brand new book, ‘Unfreedom of the Press.’ And we’re going to take a journey that starts at this nation’s founding, remembering the once great press tradition in America and how it ended up becoming nothing more than an extension of the Democratic Party and all things left wing,” said Hannity.

“But today is very different. So, my first question is, why did you want that context in history there?” he asked.

“First, I wanted the American people to understand that freedom of the press is their freedom of the press. It doesn’t belong to CNN. It doesn’t belong to MSNBC. Free speech, freedom of the press, they’re both in the First Amendment for a reason,” said Levin.

“When this country was started, it was the pamphleteers, a handful of newspaper men, the printers. They were great, great presence. And these were the men who pushed for revolution, who pushed the ideas, who talked about philosophers like Locke and Montesquieu,” he added.

“They pushed these ideas. Thomas Paine was a great pamphleteer. There were many, many others. And what happened is people would read these, they talk about them at their pubs, at their homes, at their dinner table, and word would spread,” said ‘The Great One.’ “Common sense, Thomas Paine’s pamphlet, it’s estimated 120,000 people read it. It’s a country of about 2 million people. And by the time it was over, half a million people had read it. It had an enormous influence.”

Watch Levin’s exclusive interview on ‘Hannity’ above.

18 YEARS LATER: Hear Sean Hannity’s September 11, 2001 Broadcast Moments After the Attack

posted by Hannity Staff - 9.11.19

18 years ago today, the United States suffered the worst terror attack in the history of the country. 19 hijackers -trained and funded by al Qaeda- crashed four commercial jets into New York City, Northern Virginia, and Pennsylvania.

The attacks took the lives of nearly 3,000 people, injuring 6,000 more in less than two-hours. That’s hundreds more than the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor. The event lead to two prolonged wars in the Middle East and forever changed US foreign policy.

“If you’re just getting into your car, tragedy strikes America. Terrorists apparently hijacking four planes, attacking the World Trade Center and the Pentagon,” said Sean Hannity shorty after the attack.

“We’re going to have to respond in a devastating way,” added Mark Levin.

Listen to Hannity’s broadcast moments after the worst terror attack in American history.

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