FNC host Mark Levin recently opened his show by blasting Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s decision to prosecute former President Donald Trump.
Levin said he believes the prosecution is the Democratic Party's effort to lock Trump out of the nomination and select the GOP’s nominee.
"I wasn’t planning on doing this show this evening. In fact, I had gone to Mar-a-Lago and spent several hours with President Trump, interviewed him for today’s program. There is a fantastic new book coming out, but that’s going to have to wait for another day," Levin began.
Levin said he got to spend the evening after the news of the indictment broke with Trump and former first lady Melania.
"And I must tell you that this is a remarkable man. He’s strong, he’s courageous. He’s also very compassionate about you, the American people, and he has withstood what most people could never withstand," Levin said of Trump.
"As I speak, there have been four grand juries investigating the man for the most preposterous phony crimes, all run by Democrats, all in overwhelmingly Democrat cities with Democrats sitting on the grand juries, with Democrat Judges, Democrat potential juries. And I want to get into this a little bit, but before I do, I want to say a few things that will no doubt get me on the FBI’s most wanted list. You might even see my picture at a Post Office. Do they do that anymore? I don’t know," Levin continued.
Then, Levin took the time to read the Declaration of Independence to his listeners.
"That’s the Declaration of Independence, and that will be considered provocative what I just read to you," Levin said.
"It’s time for we, the people who love this country, the people who are patriots, it is time for Republicans, moderate Democrats, Independents, people of goodwill, to stand up and be heard," Levin said.
"Of course, I’m not talking about violence. That’s the other side," Levin continued. "I’m talking about democracy. I’m talking about the founding of this nation."
You can read the full transcript of Levin's show here. Highly recommend.