Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 11/11/19

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On Monday's Mark Levin Show, we salute all veterans from each branch of the U.S military and honor them, as we do each and every day. We thank them for putting their lives on the line for us. Then, anyone who disagrees with President Trump on foreign policy can contact Rep Adam Schiff and testify in his fascist impeachment charade. Castro and all the other directors would be proud of Schiff's work to usurp the constitution and the will of the people. Schiff colluded with a source inside the white house and then plotted with him to protect his identity by re-writings and then misusing the federal whistleblower statute. Later, the country is moving toward statism its eventual tyranny. The media is willfully complicit in supporting the activist journalists fabricating their own truth. This program stands against that and stated early on, back on November 9th, 2016 that the Democrats would stop at nothing until they impeached Trump. Moreover, this program also stated that we were witnessing a "silent coup." It was also further mentioned on this program in December of 2016 that Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson was a patsy for Vladimir Putin and a grave threat to this nation for a number of reasons. Now, we know from former Ambassador Nikki Hailey that Tillerson was working with Gen. John Kelley to undermine Trump. Afterward, the utopian fantasies sold by Marx, Hegel and others only lead to further dystopian outcomes. This nihilistic autocracy has devoured so much of the liberty that the founders intended via the administrative state — the federal bureaucracy. Lastly, Fox News Host Brian Kilmeade calls in to discuss his new book. " Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers."

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