Levin Condemns Women's Groups' Silence on MSNBC Host Attacking Palin

Conservative talk radio host Mark Levin condemned left-wing women's groups Friday for ignoring MSNBC host Martin Bashir suggestion that former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin deserved an inhuman punishment once used against slaves which includes defecation in one's mouth and urination in victims' eyes and mouth.

After letting his listeners know that Bashir said on his MSNBC show that Palin deserved this "dose of discipline" a Jamaican slave master leveled on his slaves, Levin said Bashir likely had delivered the "most disgraceful rant" yet against Palin. 

"Hey tough guy. You like picking on women? You like picking on a mother and a grandmother?" Levin said to Bashir. "You strike me as not tough at all, if you get my drift." 

Levin then blasted the "pathetic little carbon footprint called MSNBC" for being so "offended with Palin" comparing the federal debt to slavery that they would allow such rants. He said the network should be called the "animal channel" or the "comedy channel." 

Levin said Palin was exactly right to compare the federal debt to slavery and nothing was offensive about it, since she was not making a comparison to chattel slavery. 

Levin then said "his people," the "Jewish people," were slaves, and he did not for one minute think Palin's comparison was made to "diminish Jewish people or the early days of the nation."

Levin then called out women's group like the National Organization for Women (NOW) for "never" coming to the defense of conservative women like Palin. 

Levin said these groups never defend conservative women from misogyny, even when it takes a turn towards the vile and filthy, because "they are not feminist groups. They are left-wing groups. They don't care about women. They care about left-wing women."

He said groups like NOW would "worship" Palin if she were a left-wing politician. 


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