Listen: Keith Ellison, Congress, Chris Coons discussed on Mark Levin
"Stood up for winter. But then eventually. Well, he's shriveled an embarrassment. Forget about Anthony Weiner, didn't you out there? Oh, yeah. Eliot Spitzer another rockstar. Eric Schneiderman, whatever happened Schneiderman? Keith Ellison now says that he should be investigated by congress. Now, that's rather peculiar he's running for Torney general Minnesota, he's not going to necessarily be in congress. So congress should investigate Keith Ellison, not the DNC. But notice he didn't ask the FBI. Did he? Notice all the lawyers as I mentioned in the first hour so represent the accusers. Have avoided local law enforcement like the plague why is that? Why is that? I would assume they want Justice. They want investigations we know the local law enforcement has jurisdiction maybe the statute of limitations has run. But I'm told it has not in Montgomery County. Maryland, the heart and soul of America. Not. So these three accusers have a lot in common, actually. No witnesses. No corroboration, no evidence. No, blue dress. What are you saying Mark? I said what I said. I said what I said. And anytime it's not a court of law. Okay. Why not judges her Jerry? Okay. It's not a presumption of innocence. Okay. There's no due process. Okay. There's no requirement for actual witnesses and corroboration. Okay. So you got to believe the accuser not. Okay. Cheers me. I said, not okay. Why do you always took the side of men? I don't always take the side of men like I I feel Mary Jo Kopechne was killed. Left the die. I'm taking her side. I took the side of Juanita Broderick and Paula Jones. Kathleen willey. Oh, yeah. I took the side of Sarah Palin when she came under a vicious attack, an assault, relentless by the left. I did. We don't always take the side of men. Sometimes we do sometimes we don't. But I will tell you what we do differently than the left. We have principles we have morals and as they demonstrate each and pass each passing day. They do not. They do not. Tom. Northeastern, pennsylvania. They great w TRW go, Mark. Thank you. I to question to observations in one question. The first observation is that Chris coons and Cavanaugh were classmates at Harvard law, and we're theoretical friends prior to this set of hearings, and it was during when I was watching the hearing I saw cavenaugh almost just pleading looking at coons during one of their vitriolic interchanges like he couldn't believe that combs was being this aggressive in his questioning. So there's a former relationship there that is prayed, I'm sure number two. These accusers are probably not filing police reports because they probably could be tried on the basis of filing false reports with the police once these things are truly investigated with the flimsy nature of these particular allegations in my only question for you at this point is that no one's name as ever been defamed more than cabinet by these clemency allegations. When is there a civil liability on the part of these accusers running them to to bring them to heel? You're not going to bring them there's a couple of a couple of points here. Number one, senators are protected by the immunity clause, except when they're on speaking in the press and so forth. Then they're not. But number two. The standard is just so impossibly high for a public figure and number three. What would you have cavenaugh? Do bring fifty lawsuits that doesn't advance the cause not for him. It's true. It just gets messy by they don't do it damage. I guess saying. All right, my friend. Appreciate your call. For cavenaugh. This is not theoretical. It's not an abstraction. It's reality. And being in court the rest of your life. Just seems like a very very bleak and sad life. And so he's not going to do that. And the best way to address this is to confirm him and put it on on the supreme court and make it clear to the Democrats now that you're going to turn out in November. And you're going to kick their ass. I don't care who the Republican is running. And I'm gonna repeat something. I said the other day, we're going to watch very carefully Halley senators vote less all of a sudden, there's a blue dress. You understand the point? Unless that occurs. I think any Republican that votes against Cavanaugh should be primary and defeated. They are utterly useless. Utterly useless. And we know which ones were talking about. All right. I'll be right back. You guys have heard me."