Levin: Lynch ‘Does Not Believe in the Rule of Law,’ ‘Disqualified Herself’

Talk radio host and author of “The Liberty Amendments,” Mark Levin argued that Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch “does not believe in the rule of law” and has “disqualified herself” on Wednesday.

He began by stating Republicans have an opportunity, “they can refuse to confirm an Obama nominee, in this case, Loretta Lynch.”

Levin then reacted to Lynch’s statement that illegal immigrants have the same right to work as everyone else, saying “[Lynch] would have, as her responsibility, to enforce federal law, not the laws Obama decides he wants to enforce or not, but her job would be to enforce federal law and she just said that if people come here illegally they have the same right to work in this country as immigrants who come here legally, and as American citizens, that’s not the law…she does not believe in the rule of law…she’s just disqualified herself.”

Later, he concluded “at some point, these Republicans in Congress have to take a stand, more than one stand, for the American people, for the rule of law, for the Constitution, and they only have so many opportunities to do it.”

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