Mark Levin Goes Off Script Monologue On DOJ Trump Prosecution

The Department of Justice has been under fire from many conservatives after its targeted prosecutions against former President Donald Trump. Mark Levin is no exception. During an episode of “Life, Libert, and Levin,” the Fox News host went off script and delved into a monologue talking about the injustice, according to Mediaite

Levin spoke about the most recent indictment against Trump involving his handling of classified documents and claimed that the DOJ is leaking information about the case to the press. He continued to say that this is an indication of the brokenness and corruption of the department. 

He brought up headlines from major left-wing media outlets, such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, and CNN. He noted that the information leaked to the press does not help the former president nor the witnesses in the case. He claimed that the leaks violate the president’s Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights. 

The indictment was brought against him by the Garland-appointed Special Counsel Jack Smith on 47 counts. If convicted, Trump will spend the rest of his life in prison. But the indictment is only the second one the former president is fighting. New York City DA Alvin Bragg brought against suit against him for alleged hush money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. 

Trump is currently dominating the GOP primary with most of the support. He is the only candidate leading the others by over 30 points, coming in at 53 percent support with likely GOP voters. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis comes in second with nearly 21 percent but is still lagging behind Trump, according to Real Clear Politics. Former Vice President Mike Pence, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, Asa Hutchinson, and Tim Scott are among the other candidates but are only receiving single-digit support.