Last week 19 Senate Republicans caved in and voted for Joe Biden’s trillion dollar so-called “infrastructure” spending bill.
Donald Trump and his supporters are outraged at Republicans for selling out to Biden and Harris.
And Mark Levin just went on Sean Hannity’s show and delivered a stern warning to 19 Republican Senators.
During a recent appearance on Sean Hannity’s show, Mark Levin called out the 19 Republicans who caved in and voted for Joe Biden’s trillion dollar “infrastructure” spending bill.
For starters, Mark Levin questioned how anyone could read and understand a 2,700 page bill in just a matter of days.
Levin told the audience that “we choose liberty but the 19 Republicans in the Senate chose tyranny. Biden chooses tyranny and every single Democrat lockstep is for tyranny. How many people know what’s in that 2,700 page document that just passed today, with the 19 Republicans?”
Because they are essentially con artists attempting to fool voters into believing they’re fiscal conservatives while at the same time supporting Biden’s trillions in new spending, Levin referred to the 19 RINOs as “Bernie Madoffs.”
Levin’s comparison to the con behind the largest non-governmental ponzi scheme in history resonated – albeit with the 19 Senate RINOs’ con being about $900 billion more.
“These Republican Senators — I blame them. They are the Madoffs of the Republican Party. These are McConnell Republicans. They think they’re doing something for the people, they are destroying our currency, they are destroying our finances, they are destroying our economy,” Levin added.
But it wasn’t just the wasteful spending Levin took issue with.
Since the bill also included the Critical Race Theory-inspired “Digital Equity Act” as well as portions of the Green New Deal, Levin added that every Republican who voted for it and is up for reelection in 2022 should be primaried and defeated.
“Republicans who sellout, who don’t get what’s swirling around for a few bridges and tunnels need to go. And every Republican primary write down those 19 Republicans, assuming some of them are going to run for reelection,” Levin concluded.
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