This is from last night’s show, and it’s a gem. Levin begins by noting that he defended Lott during the Strom Thrumond brouhaha, but moves quickly into Lott’s record supporting the Fairness Doctrine all the way back to 1987. From there, it’s off to Lott’s goat fence analogy and Lott’s attitude toward voters who are trying to “intimidate” him on immigration. Levin concludes that Lott’s time as a Republican leader in the Senate should come to an end. He’s right.

(source: The Mark Levin Show)

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