Talk radio host and author of “The Liberty Amendments,” Mark Levin expressed that he was tired of being told not to worry about issues like Ebola and Islamic terrorism on Wednesday.
In reaction to the shooting in Ottawa that left one soldier dead, Levin said, “I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty sick and tired of people telling us ‘don’t panic’ when we’re not panicking. I think what they really mean is ‘look at me, I’m mature. Look at me, I’m better than you, so don’t panic all you people.’” And “we’re not panicking, we’re frustrated.”
He stated that the problem is “alien forces, like the fundamentalist Islam are seeping into our societies, our borders are wide open for people who escape their cultures, only to bring them in[to] the United States, because we don’t do assimilation anymore. It’s not panic that people are engaged,” while describing the attack in Canada as an “attempt to bring the entire society down.”
Levin also pointed out that large-scale disasters usually “take time to build,” and “that’s why some of us are trying to address these things…before it’s too late.”
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