Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 2/18/22

    Mark Levin Show

    Friday, February 18th, 2022 - 1 hour 53 minutes

    On Friday's Mark Levin Show, we must defend our borders and the borders of our allies when needed. This isn't peace through strength, it’s weakness through appeasement. The level of incompetence coming from this White House is astounding. Our eastern European allies are concerned about Russia invading Ukraine. Ukraine needed missiles and other artillery to defend against Russia back in March, but President Biden didn't deliver. China is watching and waiting to invade Taiwan. Then, the Canadian police should join the freedom protestors and stand up for liberty and against the Canadian government's tyranny. The hard-left Democrat party is a force for bad and needs to be crushed. It was the Democrats that shut churches and schools during the pandemic but kept the abortion clinics open. The fossilized Republican leadership must be replaced if the republic is to survive. Later, Sen. Ron Johnson joins the show to discuss the greatest political scandal in American History when Hillary Clinton's campaign lawyer engaged in spying on President Trump. Johnson quoted "American Marxism" and framed the enormous challenge that citizens face in dealing with a Democrat-controlled media and academia. Johnson underscored that Americans who love liberty must be as relentless as our communist-sympathizing adversaries. Afterward, US Senate Candidate Josh Mandel from Ohio calls in with a warning that what we're seeing in Canada can happen in America if we allow Democrats like Biden, Pelosi, Schumer, and Fauci to continue to encroach on our liberty.

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