Mark Levin Audio Rewind – 11/8/23

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On Wednesday’s Mark Levin Show, Mitch McConnell is a throwback to the Gerald Ford era, and Chris Christie and Chris Sununu are throwbacks to the George Bush era and are not examples to emulate, unlike Ronald Reagan. The Democrat party is extremely vulnerable on the issue of abortion, especially when they want more extreme abortion legislation than Roe v Wade ever was. Republican billionaires are not as patriotic and conservative as they used to be, while Democrats have billionaires like George Soros who will pour in endless money to flood the air with ads for their candidates. There should be a House oversight committee looking into George Soros and his deep investment in the Democrat party, corrupt liberal media groups like Media Matters, and groups that are anti-Semitic and anti-Israel. We need to fire up the Republican base and build up momentum and excitement for candidates, but the RINOs do not want to unite behind these types of candidates. Republicans blowing off Ronald Reagan as an example is like Democrats blowing off FDR, because Reagan is by far the most successful president, and his elections should be studied and replicated. Also, Mark speaks with Donald Trump Jr. about bypassing companies that want to censor Conservative voices so we don’t have to support woke corporations and fund the Marxist indoctrination of our children. Later, Mark is joined by Fox News host and author Brian Kilmeade to talk about his new book, Teddy and Booker T.: How Two American Icons Blazed a Path for Racial Equality.

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