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February 12, 2020

February 12, 2020

On Wednesday’s Mark Levin Show, The media is now accusing President Trump of interfering in Roger Stone’s sentencing, but what actually happened was that the four rogue Robert Mueller prosecutors imposed an outrageously long prison term, so the Justice Dept. got involved and they all resigned. This has nothing to do with the President of the United States. However, President Franklin D. Roosevelt actually did put two peoples to death before they even had their trials. So, it’s the Democrat president, FDR, that ruled like a king; it’s the Democrat Governor of New York that rejects federal immigration law by promoting sanctuary cities, and bail reform that let’s recidivists back on the streets. Yet, Stone gets 7-9 years in prison so he can rot in jail. Trump was correct in his criticism of Stone’s abusive sentence. Then, Sen Bernie Sanders did not turn out his base as he did in 2016, he is struggling. Perhaps it’s because they know that he’s promoting national rent control, destroying private health insurance, and imposing student relief on all citizens not just students. Plus, Sen. Marsha Blackburn joins the program to discuss her new bill that delivers tough financial consequences to states that flout federal immigration enforcement and harm public safety and national security. Afterward, Rep. Devin Nunes calls in to discuss how Roger Stone is being railroaded in his sentencing.

THIS IS FROM:

The Federalist
Mueller Prosecutors May Have Lied To DOJ About Stone Prison Sentence Recommendation

Politico
Sanders ekes one out, but the revolution has yet to arrive

Fox News
Trump doubles Obama’s 2012 vote total in New Hampshire, signaling fired up base

The Federalist
Don’t Forget: New Hampshire Winner And Dem Frontrunner Bernie Sanders Has A Lot Of Crazy Plans

Biz Pac Review
Nunes: Departed Stone prosecutors are tip of iceberg, we’re about to ‘unpeel the onion’ of Mueller team’s web of lies

Washington Free Beacon
Virginia House Dems Pass ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban, Magazine Confiscation

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