Mark Levin compares Donald Trump to Alfred Dreyfus

 August 9, 2023

Mark Levin, the hard-hitting, truthtelling conservative radio host of this age, has not been shy regarding his thoughts on the multiple indictments thrown at former President Donald Trump in recent months.

According to Breitbart, on Monday evening Levin compared Trump to Alfred Dreyfus, "a Jewish captain in the French army who was unjustly accused and convicted of espionage in 1894."

The outlet noted:

Dreyfus was blamed for leaking military secrets to Germany. He was tried, convicted, and exiled to distant Devil’s Island. When evidence of his innocence emerged, pointing to the real culprit, Dreyfus was prosecuted with new charges, instead of being freed.

It's no wonder Levin made the connection.

Breitbart added:

Dreyfus was eventually exonerated, after another conviction. But the “Dreyfus Affair” convinced a Jewish journalist, Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism, that Jews had no future in Europe and needed a state of their own in the land of Israel.

Levin, like many others, even those outside of conservative circles, believe most or all of the charges brought against Trump so far are nothing more than the current administration's attempt to silence its most formidable political opponent in the 2024 election.

The popular conservative radio host explained why he compared Trump to Dreyfus.

"He has to win every jury pool. He has to defend against every single charge in order to avoid prison time, should he not be elected president," Levin said. "This guy is almost like the American Dreyfus, if you want to know the truth."

Levin added, "You would not have dreamt, just a few years ago, that this could be happening to our country."

He later interviewed journalist Julie Kelly during the program, and the two discussed how grossly unfair it is that the former president is continually hamstrung by President Joe Biden's Justice Department, which undoubtedly costs Trump money and time that he could be using for his 2024 campaign.

"They are going out of their way to limit his ability to even see the evidence against him," Kelly said, noting that they're pulling out all of the stops to act as a perpetual thorn in Trump's side throughout the campaign season.

Trump currently faces three indictments, one state (New York) and two federal, courtesy of Special Counsel Jack Smith.

So far, the indictments haven't seemed to slow the former president down, but he could soon face another indictment regarding his alleged actions after the 2020 election out of Georgia. Only time will tell.