Mark Levin calls out Boehner: Do you stand with Michele Bachmann or the Muslim Brotherhood?

In a great segment tonight Mark Levin defended Michele Bachmann over her Muslim Brotherhood investigation request and called out, among others, Speaker Boehner and the head of the House Intelligence Committee Mike Rogers for their jihad against Michele Bachmann over making a very legitimate and pertinent request. He ended his segment by asking Boehner who he stands with, Michele Bachmann or the Muslim Brotherhood.

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  • JohnOfPhiladelphia

    Boehner: Er… Brotherhood, please.

    WeThePeople: Thank you and goodbye scumbag.

  • opinionatedhermit

    This was a great segment.

    The Rhino’s have decided to go to the mat on this one.

    From my perspective, I can’t wait to see how this all plays out. I can guarantee people, I will stay focused.

    It could very well be the template at least an important skirmish for the future battles between Rhinos and the real Republicans.

    Go team!

  • anyonebutbarry2012

    Another Great show, Thank You Mark Levin!

  • Mark asking Boehner if he stands with Michelle or the brotherhood is a guarantee that Boehner is now curled up in a fetal position under his desk, whining for his blankie, and sobbing, “I don’t know!! I don’t know!!!”
    Other than that, thank you so much Great One Levin.

    • marketcomp

      DITTO, AmericanborninCanada!

    • Rshill7

      Tea Party or farewell party? Pick one. They have a reputation of replacing folks, Mr. Boehner. You and others are next. Start crying about that one time.

      You also used our national defense budget along with job producers as bargaining chips didn’t you…with democrats? Looking for a backbone splint? Naaaa, don’t worry about it. Here’s more jelly. It’s injectable, same as your last batch.

      Good say ABC.

      • Good say yerself brother bear! I’d say that about sums it up right there! 🙂

    • Patriot077

      When he asked Boehner if he stood with Michele or with the MB, it reminded me of David Horowitz asking that MAS student whether she condemned Hamas.

      I’ve decided the reason for Boehner’s tears is that he knows how much trouble America is in and he doesn’t have the you know whats to do what needs to be done. That’s why the sight of school children makes him weep … he knows he is selling them down river.

      • Exactly! I remember that MAS wench. Boehner needs to go. We can’t afford a cry baby speaker. Michelle on the other hand…. if she’s not going to be Madame President, she ought to be Madame Speaker!

        • Now that would be great….but the sad reality is that the Repubs will continue with Boehner and his left hand man Eric Cantor. There is no way anything is going to change unless the whole Conserv. block gets a backbone, but where were most of them when Michelle needed them, coddling with the leadership….

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  • freenca

    Are we a country OF,BY,and FOR OUR people or Of By and For somebody elses people? That is our choice in November, AND NO OTHER!!!

    • We are also a nation where the PEOPLE, are primarily the “poor, the hungry and the huddled masses” of other nations. Michelle Bachmann has no right to pubically defame another political official, resulting in threats to her life, without fearing reprimand. Oh, and by the way, Huma Abedin was married to Anthony Wiener, even still he decided to flash himself all over twitter. What a true Muslim woman, marrying a man of Jewish background! The only reason Bachmann wants to voice her concerns now, is because as she stated in 2008, “Now is a time for a revival of McCarthy’s ideals, a time of weeding out the wrong types” Lets hope she ends up just like her idol.

      • Patriot077

        Michele Bachmann did NOT defame Huma Abedin. She requested the IG to investigate security clearance protocols. It was Keith Ellison who accused Ms. Bachmann of making accusations.

        I for one, thank the Congresswoman for having the courage to bring this topic into the open. The Intelligence Committee has the duty to investigate information that comes to it’s attention.

        In addition to the State Dep’t, there have been many security leaks of late that our national security and foreign policy is imperiled. Can you not recognize that threat?

        • Yes, but the overwhelming majority of terroristic acts in the past decade have been DOMESTIC, i think we both can agree on that. Not to mention that i think we both can agree that all but possibly the Ft. Hood shootings, 25 miles from my house by the way, had any religious motivation. What courage does she have? what evidence does she have? Has it been verified by an outside source? Have you read from that source? I am actually interested in continuing this discusiion, but i would also like you to give me those answers first. Also those “security leaks” were also Domestic. American military personal, and i think as loving human biengs we can disregard their self proclaimed sexuality as a factor, released information involving U.S. military and ISAF probes into Afghani residences that resulted in the deaths of recorded 14 woman and children in that one operation alone. On one final note, claiming that somone has ties to a group that is currently vested in the American eyes as a “terrorist organization” is definately defaimng them.

          • the overwhelming majority of terrorist acts in the past decade HAVE been domestic. Most were by staunch, constitution loving Americans with names like Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan. (yep. they lived right next to Fred Johnson..that’s how American they are.)
            actually, them folks were originally named smith and Weiss but they changed their names to fit the image..

            /snark off

            • Yeah, and The Minnesota Militia is definately Muslim. Suing Hui Cho, was definately Muslim. Jared Lee Loughner, was definately Muslim. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold from the colombine massacre, were definately Muslim. The recent Aurora shooting, was definately orchestrated by Muslims. Timothy McVey, ooh, what a muslim. But Anwar Al Alawki? We KILLED HIM, before he killed a single American on U.S. soil post 9/11. And we don’t even have any evidence tying him to that sad day.

              • keyesforpres

                Actually, McVeigh was seen with an Iraqi the morning of the bombing and we know he was hanging out with him just because! NOT.

                Terry Nichols met with al qaida in the Phillipines and they showed him how to make the bomb. There is quite a bit of evidence that Iraq was involved with the OK bombing, but Clinton had it covered up.

                We are aware that we have our own bad people Dominic. That does NOT change the fact that the Muslim Brotherhood wants to destroy us from within. We had lots of bad people during the Cold War, but we still fought the Cold War. No?

          • westernhunter

            Please do tell me how it is defaming them if in fact the do belong to that group. Better do some research.

          • BS61

            Bachmann posted a pdf of the response to where her sources came from:

            • keyesforpres

              Dominic doesn’t care. I suspect he’s muslim spouting some taqiyya.

              • Patriot077


              • Definately, or not a White Texan from Bexar county, who believes that the ideocracy of the right, which should not exist in a country such as ours, has gone too far. You, as a christian I presume, are definately not loving your neighbors.

                • keyesforpres

                  Just so you know, Arab muslims are WHITE.

            • Even all Bachmann admitted she had, in her pdf. was that” Huma Abedin has three Family members, a father a mother and a brother, who are alleged to have ties to the muslim brotherhood.”

          • keyesforpres

            Her family members were members in the MB, that is her tie.

            She didn’t say she had evidence. She said there needs to be an investigation to see if protocols were broken, etc.

            You are protesting too much. Our national security trumps Huma’s feelings.

          • Patriot077

            Dominic, you will need to do your own research and actually cogitate on what effect our security clearance protocols may have on all of our agencies and bureaus, whether involved in handling foreign or domestic affairs.

            • She is a member of the Secretary of State’s staff! she was hired for her ties to the Arab World! Her Job requires her to be an ENVOY OF THE PRESIDENT, as all members of her specific part of the cabinet do! She has no say on making laws! You need to learn the power and responsibilities of the Secretary of State, before you allow an investigation to be perfectly acceptable in your mind toward’s this one woman because of her faith, a faith, which even if she was hiding it could not be strong for allowing her to marry civil. She is strictly a representative of the U.S. hegemony in foreign issues. Foreign Policy, not domestic.

              • keyesforpres

                The investigation is to be see how we are giving security clearances. I suggest you read about Alger Hiss. He was in Huma’s job and he was giving state secrets to the Russians.

                Surely you know that spies don’t have to be writing laws to give state secrets to enemy.

                Are you muslim or athiest?

          • harveygunsmyth

            Did you study to become this unpatriotic or were you indoctrinated to the socialist/progressive movement??

          • keyesforpres

            You left out the DC snipers. That was a jihad. I’ve seen the jihad drawings they did in prison. Don’t forget the muslim that killed several people in the LA airport at the Israeli airlines ticket counter. Oh and that guy that stood in the intersection in Ca a number of months back and started shooting, but was shot dead by the cops before he killed anyone, was on a jihad. One witness said the guy was shouting “allahu akbar”, but the press scrubbed that statement from their broadcasts. I saw the original taping online.

            How about all the plots that were stopped? The bomb in Times Square last year that didn’t explode as planned? The Ball Bomber that was stopped before he could blow his balls up?

            How about the muslim that drove into some students on a NC college campus a fews years back?

            Last year a couple of women were deliberately run over while tailgating at a Yale game. The driver drove into the tailgating area where you weren’t allowed to drive and drove right into them. Never heard anything more about it. I would bet that was a jihad.

            What about the almost 20,000 jihad attacks since 9-11? What about the fact that a Muslim Brotherhood affiliated group just came out the other day demanding we lose our 2nd amendment rights? Muslims can’t kill us on a daily basis if we have guns. Under shariah law infidels are NOT allowed to have any weapons. Makes it much easier to butcher us if we can’t defend ourselves.

          • keyesforpres

            Just so you understand, the Muslim Brotherhood has decided it will be more effective to take over from within without major terrorists attacks. They don’t care how we get to the oppressive shariah, just as long as we get there.

      • freenca

        The poor, the hungry and huddled masses, yearning to breathe free. Does not include to bring the tyranny of other cultures here. Extremeties, in any form, do not agree with our founding principles. Therefore, her(Bachmann’s) fear of “Sharia” may be thought by some to be over the top, but “Sharia” is NOT compatible with our system of laws. Murder is murder and abuse is abuse in our ethic, therefore NOT acceptable to us.

        • Exactly, it is not compatibla by our system of laws. For two reasons. One, the Entire government, representing at least 5 SCOTUS Justices, the entire Senate, and Supermajority Republican House, and The Executive branch would all have to agree to a constitutional ammendmant that would supercede the seperation of church and state. Executive order alone could not do it, Congressional descision could not do it. and neither would SCOTUS issung a referendum. All have to interwork. BTW, Abedin a muslim woman, could not be allowed to advocate for Sharia, because she married a man of Jewish birth, and non-convert to Islam. Also, she is an appointed staffmember, and therefore has no decision on laws and tenements in the U.S of A. also, if abuse is abuse, why is it that Megachurches are tax-exempt, profit listing organizations, that donate millions to political campaigns and blogs every year to promote their agenda, but the government cannot put any measure in place to have an equal control on them? That is abuse in a religious sense.

          • the question isn’t if SHE can change policies here in the US. she doesn’t need to. but she IS privy to decisions of high level state department personnel and could simply transmit that information to her family so that they could adjust tactics accordingly.

            it’s that simple.

            • Oh really? she is going to know what the present decides to sign his name on when it comes time to signing bills into law? btw, her alleged ties are dead.

              • keyesforpres

                Why are you protesting so much? Why do you have a problem with investigating how she got a security clearance? Why are you more concerned with protecting the Muslim Brotherhood and Huma’s feelings than protecting the American people? Whose side are you on?

                She is privy to sensitive info that she could be passing on to her mother and brother. They are still alive. Her mother is a big supporter of Shariah. Are you?

          • keyesforpres

            Huh? Abuse in a religious sense because we don’t let the federal gov’t control churches? Absurd. That is where the wall of separation lies! That is the wall of separation that Jefferson was talking about in a personal letter to the Danbury Baptists.

            There is no wall of separation in the Constitution.

            Either Wiener secretly converted to islam or it was ok’d for Huma to marry him for the access to the gov’t. Huma has access to state secrets in her position and is in a position to influence the Sec. of State.

            • What state secrets may i ask? the secretary of state is strictly a foreign policy official, representing our nation abroad.

              • keyesforpres

                Precisely! The Sec. of State is a foreign policy official and Huma could be influencing that. It’s quite apparent she is, what with Hillary all lovey dovey with the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in the ME.

      • Huma Abedin is only one. There are many people, with VERY questionable ties to terrorist organizations such as the brotherhood. I don’t care if Michelle has a hidden agenda, which I highly doubt, but it’s about time this issue was brought up.
        Yes, we are a nation of immigrants, myself being one of millions. However, once we come to America, it is to follow the laws of the land, which are set in the Constitution. Make no mistake, islam, specifically muslim brotherhood, do intend to bring sharia into the US, and their sharia is completely contradictory to the Constitution.
        Oh, and one more thing. Bachmann is a member of Congress. She has every right to ask questions regarding the security positions of anyone who is hired. Reprimand only goes to show that our government is not wanting the truth to be told. Ellison is the one who is hurling accusations. Bachmann had plenty to back up her case, but Ellison, a typical leftist, refuses to deal with facts, and we’ve seen his tactic before.

        • And Huma Abedin is a member of the Secretary of states staff, she has every right to have previous ties to her Saudi Arabian country of rearing without persecution. But asking questions, and having evidence to reinforce them must both be met in order to gain legitimacy on the house floor, something she has not done. Do you really take Bachmann’s word for it? I would gladly be proven wrong by another source.

          • It is because of her position in the Secretary of State dept. that her ties to an organization with terrorist ties, which before this administration, was highly suspect of terrorist ties that questions deserve answers. It is well known that her family has been involved in the brotherhood. Whether or not that makes them aids to terrorists is another question for another day.
            As I said though, Huma Abedin is NOT the only one who has been hired into high security positions by this administration. It’s about time that these questions came up on how these people are checked and “vetted”.

          • About Huma’s parents:
            Note, they moved to Saudi Arabia around 1977. Her mother taught at King Abdul Aziz University which is where osama bin ladin attended. It’s no secret that Saudi Arabia is and was a training ground for terrorists.
            I haven’t had time to read this one yet, because it only came on a few hours ago- but it will be well worth the read and goes into detail of the ties between Huma and the brotherhood.

            • Too bad the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia actually abhors the Musim Brotherhood.

              • keyesforpres

                ….and yet the Saudis fund a program to convert our prisoners to islam…they target blacks. They fund most of the mosques in this country. They both have the same goal: Shariah law. The enemy of my enemy is my friend.

          • keyesforpres

            What persecution? Bachmann simply wants an investigation to see if she should have been given a security clearance. Why would you have a problem with that?

          • BS61

            All that Bachmann and the other 4 Congressmen have asked for is to find out the vetting that goes into getting high-level security clearance. I’m glad their asking because there has been questionable things done by Bush too.

        • BS61

          Yes, there are CAIR and Muslim Brotherhood that made it into our govt – by both Bush and Obama. Neither side seems willing to call Islam the enemy!

          • I agree. This has been going on for at least 10 years, but it’s escalated under dear leader.

          • keyesforpres

            Obama knows islam is the enemy, that is why he likes it.

      • that she didn’t drop Weiner like a hot rock says something. How many women would stand by a cheating man unless they’re there for some other reason?

        I don’t trust her. Still, she wasn’t defamed nor slandered. As for McCarthy? he was CORRECT! either adhere to the constitution or abstain from it’s freedoms.

      • BS61

        Muslims don’t allow women to marry outside of their own religion.

        • keyesforpres

          Unless it furthers the cause of islam….

      • keyesforpres

        She married Wiener for the taqiyya.

  • Sinsonta

    I do believe that Congresswoman Bachmann is going to need plenty of help. The GOP establishment wants her out & that isn’t fair.

  • JohnOfPhiladelphia

    Levin asks: Since we handed them a super majority, what have they done?

    The answer, obviously, is: Nothing.

    And why? Because we were co-opted. The Tea Party Patriots were co-opted.

    And this is not an isolated issue. Its actually the symptom of a bigger problem. I can always see a RINO looking to co-opt conservatives from a mile off, while all my ‘conservative’ friends are praising him/her. They (RINOs) always love to talk economics and talk up fiscal conservatism. But they always shirk the social and moral issues. Personally, I believe if a candidate can take on the social issues in his/her campaign and be bold on that message, despite the onslaught from the media (and boy is it an onslaught) then they can be trusted to stand up for America and not political correctness when elected.

    And even on the fiscal issues, If McCain or Mitt or whoever find it politically expedient to minimize talk of gay marriage and the persecution of all things moral and godly in America during campaign season, then, if elected, when it is expedient to issue another bailout, believe you me, that bailout will be issued like nobody’s business; and capitalism will go out the window like a year old sack of rotten spuds.

    So when we conservatives make excuses for candidates (like we do for someone I know running for president today, ahem) who wont go anywhere near the social conservative issues on the trail, saying: ‘Oh he’s trying not to alienate moderate independents,’ We should realize we’re making excuses for cowardice. And its that very same cowardice we’ll be railing against when they’re in office and won’t stand up to call a spade a spade.

    America’s problem today is not a fiscal problem folks, but a socio-moral problem. And that means we need to get back to work folks. Real work, with our children, neighbors, family and friends. May the Lord help us all.

    That’s my tuppence worth.

    • Well said! In my humble opinion, if we take care of the social/moran issues, the finances will take care of themselves. The social issues are tied in with every other issue we face, but if the social issues are ignored, we have the mess we have now.

    • toongoon

      Hear, hear!

    • I know right! I have always felt that social issues should be tackled first in the case of a super majority. I agree with the ideals of our founding fathers more than ever. In fact, my favorite quote from Thomas Paine, who i heard about on Glenn Beck, sums up my sentiments exactly; “11.Whenever we read the obscene stories, the voluptuous debaucheries, the cruel and tortuous executions, the unrelenting vindictiveness with which more than half the Bible is filled, it would be more consistant that we call it the word of a demon than the word of God. It is a history of wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalize mankind; and, for my part, I sincerely detest it, as I detest everything that is cruel. [Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason]”

      • Personally, I prefer Thomas Jefferson myself, “God who gave us life gave us liberty. And can the liberties of a nation be thought secure
        when we have removed their only firm basis, a conviction in the minds of the people that these liberties are a gift from God? That they are not to be violated but with His wrath? Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just, and that His justice cannot sleep forever.”

        Or, “Public utility pleads most forcibly for the general distribution of the Holy Scriptures. The doctrine they preach, the obligations they impose, the punishment they threaten, the rewards they promise, the stamp and image of divinity they bear, which produces a conviction of their truths, can alone secure to society, order and peace, and to our courts of justice and constitutions of government, purity, stability and usefulness. In vain, without the Bible, we increase penal laws and draw entrenchments around our institutions. Bibles are strong entrenchments. Where they abound, men cannot pursue wicked courses, and at the same time enjoy quiet conscience.” James McHenry

        Or, “To the kindly influence of Christianity we owe that degree of civil freedom, and political and social happiness which mankind now enjoys. . . . Whenever the pillars of Christianity shall be overthrown, our present republican forms of government, and all blessings which flow from them, must fall with them.” Jedediah Morse

        But then again, you like Thomas Paine,“ The evil that has resulted from the error of the schools, in teaching natural philosophy as an accomplishment only, has been that of generating in the pupils a species of atheism.
        Instead of looking through the works of creation to the Creator himself, they stop short, and employ the knowledge they acquire to create doubts of his existence. They labour with studied ingenuity to ascribe every thing they behold to innate properties of matter, and jump over all the rest by saying, that matter is eternal.”

        Like it or not, our social issues matter, and are intertwined with every other part of society. The founders knew this. They depended on the Bible based ideas for our government and knew that once God was removed from society, society would crumble.

        • Atheism, i was simply making a point that our Founding Fathers were not in the same mindset as most political pundits, on both sides, try to portray them as. When James Madison was considering a seperation of church and state to have its actual voice in the constitution rather then the tenet we have today, his opinion was that he did not want ecclesiastical bodies to have any voice in the governmetn, not the other way around.BTW, thank you for including that quote from Jefferson, a deist, would you like another one? “My opinion is that there would never have been an infidel, if there had never been a priest. The artificial structures they have built on the purest of all moral systems, for the purpose of deriving from it pence and power, revolts those who think for themselves, and who read in that system only what is really there. ”

          -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Mrs. Samuel H. Smith, August, 6, 1816
          “Question with boldness even the existence of a god; because if there be one he must approve of the homage of reason more than that of blindfolded fear. ”
          -Thomas Jefferson, letter to Peter Carr, August 10, 1787

          BTW, when Thomas Paine was quoted as saying that, it was in his Thesis “The Age of Reason” He was speaking of te religious and theocratic colleges of the thirteen colonies, and how they took the Bible,
          ‘the eternal matter” as more divine than God Himself, not subject to any form of interpretation. He goes on to say this “All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish, Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and monopolize power and profit.”

          -Thomas Paine

          • keyesforpres

            First of all, even if some Founders were diests, it doesn’t change the fact that we were founded on Judeo-Christian principles.

            You keep saying that Jefferson was a diest and yet when he was president he had church services every Sunday in the Capitol building and he attended the services.

            I would also like to remind you that Jefferson was not present at the Constitutional Convention, he was in France.

            Thomas Paine had nothing to do with our Founding documents. He did not attend the writings of the Declaration of Independence nor the Constitutional Convention.

            George Washington was present at both and was the president at the Constitutional Convention. He talked about God all the time.

            In 1774, forty of America’s leading statemen met at Carpenter’s Hall to prepare for the opening conflict with Great Britain. They opened the meeting with prayer. In fact there is a painting called “First Prayer in Congress in Carpenter’s Hall” and they were not only praying, but they were on their knees.


            Over half held seminary degrees.

            The first mass printing of the Bible was done by Congress.

            The deadliest ideology in the shortest amount of time has been athieism…Communism. The deadliest overall has been islam.

            Princeton, Harvard, Yale, etc. were seminary schools.

            Remember what John Adams said, “Our Constitution will only work for moral and religious people.”

    • Patriot077

      Were they co-opted or neutralized?

  • The American people deserve to have questions answered concerning Muslim Brotherhood infiltration into our govt. thank you Mark for speaking out on this issue

  • Nancy_Beckwith

    Boehner was asked point blank last week if he was going to remove Michele Bachmann from her committee. He said ‘no’ and dismissed the idea. Disagreeing with someone about something when asked by a reporter doesn’t = waging a ‘jihad’ against them… especially when the idea of kicking her off her committee was dismissed outright.

    • BS61

      I’ve sent articles to the Speaker every day so he can learn about the Muslim Brotherhood – after all they have sworn to uphold the Constitution against all enemies. The Brotherhood says death to America and Israel, so I expect a better Speaker…. one can dream!

  • carmtom13

    This is why I love Mark Levin!! Great segment Mark, Thank You.

  • Nukeman60

    “Who do you stand with, Boehner?”

    I know who I stand with. I stand with Mark Levin. He’s always fought for my Constitutional rights, called out the BS when it reared itself, and defended everything that stands for truth and justice in this country. That’s who I stand with.

    You have awakened Conservatives all over this country‘ – Levin

  • Spartan4Palin

    I stand with Bachmann!!

    Oh by the way,,,,,I got this in an email!!! A from a group called Stoplight. Great video.

    • Army_Pilot1967

      Stoplight was an excellent video, one of the best I’ve seen lately. Thanks!

  • Stehekin912

    I wrote to Speaker Boehner. A polite, encouraging letter to let him know he must stand. Maybe if he knows how we sincerely feel, he will know to stand and We the People have his back.

    • Spartan4Palin

      I wrote and told him to back of Bachmann. And that to come out against showing courage, doesn’t speak well for his own lack of courage to lead.

      I didn’t give a rat patootey. I’m sick of his bawling everytime he gets up in front of the mics and starts licking his lips like he could whip out a scotch and a cig.
      Boehner has zero ability to lead. And it has been quite obvious.

  • LiveFreeOrDie2012

    Boehner and McConnell BOTH have to go. Next time you get your mailings from the RNC. Write “0” and ask for the removal of BOTH as a condition of donating again. I am tired of these losers!

  • LiveFreeOrDie2012

    P.S. Bachmann may be guilty of hyperbole at times, but the Muslim Brotherhood IS bad news.

  • cma6

    Frank Gaffney has reported that American Islamists and their media allies have tried to dismiss as baseless Rep. Bachmann’s concerns about a problem with those who have connections to the Muslim Brotherhood shaping U.S. policy toward that organization and enabling its rising power. There is abundant evidence supporting her charges. See Parts 8 and 9 of the Center for Security Policy’s online curriculum at – a resource drawn upon by the five legislators. Unless and until the critics – on Capitol Hill, in the media and elsewhere – perform the due diligence that has characterized the approach taken by Mrs. Bachmann and her colleagues, then her critics’ judgment and authority on the matter must be questioned.

    Long-time federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy noted in a brilliant expose posted at National Review Online on July 21, the question is not whether Ms. Abedin has committed a crime but rather: should she have a security clearance? The State Department’s own guidelines would appear to deny access to classified information to a person who has, as she does through living and deceased family members, “foreign associations that could create…a heightened risk of foreign exploitation, inducement, manipulation, pressure, or coercion.” [(For more on those troubling associations and their implications for U.S. policy, see a new Center for Security Policy report entitled “Ties That Bind? The Views and Agenda of Huma Abedin’s Islamist Mother” (]

    Rep. Bachmann’s response to her critics is vintage Thatcher: “I will not be silenced.” We cannot allow America’s Iron Lady or her courageous colleagues to be silenced – or otherwise punished for their needed leadership in countering the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Rep. Keith Ellison claims not to know much about the Muslim Brotherhood, let alone have ties to it. Counter-terrorism expert Patrick Poole shreds those assertions in a July 22 article at PJMedia that establishes beyond a reasonable doubt that Rep. Ellision has – as Rep. Bachmann has observed – myriad, longstanding associations with Muslim Brotherhood organizations. These include what the government has established is the Brotherhood’s “overt arm” in America, the Muslim American Society (which paid for Mr. Ellison’s 2008 religious pilgrimage (hajj) to Saudi Arabia), and the Council on American Islamic Relations. CAIR was proven twice in federal court to be a front for the Muslim Brotherhood’s Palestinian franchise, the designated terrorist organization Hamas.

    • Stehekin912

      The lady is not for turning.

      More power to Michele Bachmann, an American patriot.

  • Sober_Thinking

    I may have selective memory… I admit that. But I’m hard pressed to remember anything that Boehner has done as Speaker that was bold, significant, or effective. However, I can recall several instances where he has often been timid, insignificant, and ineffective. I congratulate the freshman class of 2010 for keeping the House in order… in spite of Boehner. Boehner has become our Joe Biden in some respects with regard to the damage he’s doing to the GOP.

  • richarddonna

    tthe Muslim Brotherhood supported Hitler during WW2…Nothing has changed in terms of the intolerance of everyone who belongs to it or supports it. The bottom line is that the only good Muslim Brotherhood members are dead members.

  • FreeManWalking

    I like Levin”s Idea of electing a non-house member as Speaker, like Scott Walker.

    As other have said Boehner, and McConnell both need to go. The problem with the rupturepublican is the lack of leadership.

  • aZjimbo

    Where is Sean Hannity on this? How about the criticism of Marco Rubio?

    • FreeManWalking

      Rubio took to his marching orders like a fly to Shhhhoney.

      • aZjimbo

        Yes indeed. Just another wussy republican he is turning out to be.

  • aZjimbo

    This could have been one of the best ever rants by the “great one”. He has hit the nail on the head. PLAYING FOR KEEPS.

  • TY, Mark. Liberal media got a hold of this and shaped the message. Rubio and McCain stepped right into that one. Oops.

  • sjmom

    Boehner is an example of what is wrong with the GOP. The attitude of the elites needs to be changed. Boehner is also a Catholic so to vote to fund Obamacare is also a finger in God’s eye. Where is his bishop on this one; the clergy better start making some phone calls.

    God bless Bachmann, Gohmert and the other three who had enough courage and common sense to take a stand. It makes me wonder even if the GOP wins the entire govt in Nov will we see the changes we desire?

    I pray to God some 21st century patriots will be elected.

    • Not to spam a link (I posted earlier) but your mention of the Catholic church, this might help explain some. I’d say even though it was a liberal diocese, the whole church is affected. They might have learned the hard way, you reap what you sow. I have to wonder though, how in the world, the church could send dear leader to learn from a guy who dedicated his “rules for radicals” to satan.

  • Right on Mr. Levin!!!

  • anyonebutbarry2012

    boehner, cantor, mitch all need to go, along with the other rino’s, like McShame, Rubio, when they find it easier to denounce bachman and the whole panel 3 of who are on the intelligence committee, and protect the possible MB ties, there is a problem.

  • Josie

    Being awakened is one thing now we need to put some bite into our growl. November is not enough, they must understand and do what we want. Stand with Michele Bachmann.

  • “Repeal John Boehner as Speaker” needs to be a required campaign promise for any Republican running for Congress in 2012.

  • harveygunsmyth

    We know them as RINO’S. They behave as cokcroaches when the light switch is turned on. Ducking for cover and looking for a hiding place.

    Think Tea Think November

  • TJinNJ

    Need muslims out of the Military and every other branch of Gov’t until Islam gets fixed.

    • keyesforpres

      islam will never get fixed…not only must we get them out of the military and gov’t we must start repatriating them back to their country of origin. I don’t care if they’ve become a US citizen. They need to go.

  • The Muslim Brotherhood (MB) is spreading rapidly throughout the world in their efforts to form a worldwide Caliphate that will include the United States of America. You can read the first documented efforts on this issue in a letter penned in 1786.
    Type in your search engine, “John Adams & Thomas Jefferson letter, Grosvenor Square, 28 March, 1786” and it should bring up the typed version of the letter however, at the end of this post you will find links to the original writings for our two Founding Fathers.

    As you read the letter keep asking yourself if you see any similarities between 1786 and today’s challenges. Here is a part of the 1786 letter:
    The Ambassador answered us that it was founded on the Laws of their prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as Prisoners, and that every musselman who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.”
    The actual letter has been photocopied and it is here:
    The typed version is here:
    As you read the letter do you see any similarities between 1786 and today’s challenges? If hearings had been held would Sen. McCain still get his panties in a knot over this? How about “Crybaby” Boehner?


    I tell ya what….MB sure has a terrific friend and supporter in Mark Levin… one is supporting her and calling out the rest as Mark is.
    Let’s hope MB never takes advantage.

  • SWDC

    “Jeff” answered the phone at Boehner’s office and said reports that Speaker Boehner is removing and/or even threatening to remove Michelle Bachman from the House Intelligence Committee are completely false.

    To verify call 202 225 0600 to ask “Jeff” or who ever may answer the phone for yourself.

    God Bless America

    I stand by Michelle Bachman
    I stand by Israel

    Thank you Mark Levin

  • American Christians were stoned by Muslims in Dearborn Michigan and Obama tells the media to black it out. What if Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson gathered in a civil rights rally and they were surrounded and stoned by a mob of KKK supporters? Would the police show up and reprimand Sharpton and Jackson and instruct them to leave, all the while leaving the racist perpetrators untouched? And if this happened, would our media be completely silent about it? Would Anderson Cooper be completely silent every evening on CNN as he is at the moment about the stoning of the Christians in Dearborn? Watch the video that WAS NOT PUT ON LAME STREAM TV.

  • “One day we’ll kill ALL Jews,” says Barack Hussein Obama’s new BFF from the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo Holland’s Geert Wilder of the Party For Freedom lives in fear from Islamic radicals who have sworn to kill him for telling the truth. UK’s Tea Party leader has a dire warning to us.–listen>

  • benfrank2012

    I notice how you wingnuts cautiously avoid the fact that you don’t get to be a top advisor to the Secretary of State without a background check?? Ooops!

  • Obama trashes America abroad AGAIN—- It’s time to make this traitor step down or face prison for his crimes against America and failure to uphold the Constitution. The military has taken an oath to defend America from enemies both foreign and domestic. If Obama is not a friend of America or the civilized world.

  • benfrank2012

    Lets face it, if Levin can pass a background check, anybody can.

  • If there had been a thorough background check for the security clearance Ms. Abedin currently possesses, she wouldn’t be a top adviser to the Secretary of State due to her connections to the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • I don’t have 1/90th the education that Mark Levin has – and yet I have known for quite a while that the Republican Party (especially “Boner”) has been the butt kisser for Obama. It’s almost as if they are scripted by Soros (PsoriosisMan) AND OUT to antagonize those that would be happy to support them.

    And how did John McCain with all his love for illegals (in the state that supposedly can’t stand illegals), and the tossing of the ’08 President-shill election – HOW DID HE WIN THE SENATE SEAT YET AGAIN???

    But not to worry – the 2012 OLYMPICS are coming – just everybody shut up and watch some sports (as our country continues to be thrown off the historical cliff). Isn’t THAT what it’s all about?

  • mlenz9

    Boehner must have a bad back – otherwise, he’d be bowing just like Obama.