Mark Levin has levied an amazing and bold charge against disgraced Chief Justice Roberts…He’s labeled him a “leaker” and a “monster.”

So, how did we get to this spot where Levin is calling Roberts a “leaker?”

Well, it started when CNN ran a series about the Supreme Court’s private deliberations over President Donald Trump’s taxes.

Many wondered how the heck did CNN reporter Joan Biskupic get his hands on such heavily guarded information?

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That’s where Mark Levin comes in. He believes that Chief Justice John Roberts is the guy who leaked the information.

Here’s what Levin said:

“The chief justice of the United States — is enormously political, and I believe he is a leaker,” adding, “If there’s leaking going on, and there clearly is, one justice against another, it is a huge problem.”

“You know, I hate to do this, I mean it’s not like we don’t wake up every morning with constant concerns about what’s going on in this country. But we’re seeing a complete breakdown of a civil society and a constitutional system,” Levin said. “The Supreme Court is turning into a sieve.

“This week, the Democrats have threatened to expand the number of justices on the Supreme Court and pack it with leftists. This is how evil and totalitarian the Democrats are right now. They’re prepared to burn down, not just cities, but burn down the whole damn country.”

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I think at this point, we can all agree that Justice Roberts is compromised.

So, the idea that he’s a “leaker” is really not that far-fetched, is it?

 

This piece was written by Missy Crane on August 6, 2020. It originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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