LISTEN: Mark Levin gets to the nub of why Mueller really made his statement today…

The Great One opened his radio show today responding to Robert Mueller’s statement from this morning. In Levin fashion, he went on to explain why Mueller really made his statement today before riding off into the sunset.

Listen:



Levin argues that Mueller went well beyond what his report said and gave the Democrats what they really wanted. But why? Because it’s not just about impeachment.

Essentially Levin believes that in some way, perhaps a wink and a nod, Mueller has made a deal with the Democrats that if he gives them what they want, they won’t subject him to hearings where he’s scrutinized by Republicans over his investigation. Because perhaps Mueller isn’t on top of his ‘game’ like he used to be.

Remember Mueller made clear that his statement today along with the Mueller report was his testimony and that he wouldn’t show up before Congress. And Democratic leaders in Congress went right along with it, claiming they didn’t need Mueller to testify anymore. Levin’s analysis makes perfect sense.

Listen explains this more fully in the audio so be sure and listen to it above…

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46 thoughts on “LISTEN: Mark Levin gets to the nub of why Mueller really made his statement today…

  1. Hopefully the whole ball of truth is in Barr’s court :praying: This is such an injustice that I hope every devil dem pays for it for as long as their party exists.

    1. I guess I can hope that Barr’s appointment of Durham to get to the bottom of it all may be promising. I’m, losing faith rapidly through. There is that thing about destroying the intelligence services, that can destroy the credibility being a national security interest must be considered. Barr has applauded the Intelligence services as being credible is disturbing to me. Barr knows exactly what happened, and I fear he will try to protect the agencies, the FBI, the CIA, the DOJ etc.

  2. After hearing Mark’s summary tonight, I went back to the earlier Mueller thread and listened again. Mueller was mostly rambling and not very coherent, so Levin nailed it on that point !
    The one thing I do understand clearly: 1) Mueller has released his sh*t sandwich report.
    2) Made his little farewell speech today and is retiring. 3) Now he wants to get the “hell out of Dodge.” Frigging coward.

    1. Landscaper: 3) Now he wants to get the “hell out of Dodge.”

      Bingo! He was nervous as all get out and presenting a last ditch effort to save his skin as well as to promote the, “Insurance Policy.”

      I was listening to Levin on the way home on this and in the second hour, he and a caller hit on a point that only the president cannot be indicted while in office. However, that doesn’t cover any staffers. If there was obstruction/collusion as dirty cop Mueller alluded to, there would have been underlings with knowledge that would not be covered by that exception that could have been gone after.

      Mueller’s a dirty cop. Good cops don’t like dirty cops either!

  3. Mark will be on Hannity tonight. I for one can’t wait. If you haven’t already you just have to get LevinTV on Blaze TV. I look forward to the day when he interviews Scoop.

  4. It’s not at all that Mueller isn’t on top of his game. Mueller was very uncomfortable in his public statement because he knew he was lying through his teeth. He knew he was throwing Barr under the bus. He did in fact stammer, and appeared very uncomfortable, and for long whiles refused to even look at the people who were in front of him. He knew he was doing something very bad for this country, and he appeared very weak and not very confident in his statements he knew were lies.

  5. The great one nailed it again. If Mueller had to answer intense Republican questioning, democrats heads would :bam:

  6. I hope the Sarah Sanders statement today, that the investigation is over, let’s just move along is really bad. To not realize that Mueller as much as called Barr a liar is disgusting. Barr is in AK on government business, he wasn’t even in DC to respond. It sounds a lot to me like the WH statement threw Barr under the bus. There are other Republicans, such as Jim Jordan who agreed, just let’s move along. What the hell is up with the WH, and some Republicans just saying let’s just move along when Barr was called a liar in the Mueller statement this morning.

  7. Yeah, Mueller kept saying that he was not going to talk about it again. Perfect sense. I guess Mueller thinks that he is so high & mighty no one can ever hold him to accountability. This is such another fraud on the American people!

    Never fear though…the TRUTH will prevail! He will not get away with this falsehood/sham and bearing false witness.

  8. Mueller doesn’t want to be confronted by Conservative interrogators. His voice quivered during his presentation. He felt the guilt and shame and realized that he was being revealed to be the arrogant partisan that he truly is.

  9. This is why Graham should subpoena him to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee, but he won’t

  10. The Republicans need to subpoena Mueller now. After that stunt, they should eviscerate the guy. It was shameful on his part. Maybe Barr will subpoena him.

  11. The Republicans need to subpoena Mueller now. After that stunt, they should eviscerate the guy. It was shameful on his part. Maybe Barr will subpoena him.

  12. 2 weeks ago they met with Mueller and blackmailed him over letting the Right asking him questions. All planned

  13. 2 weeks ago they met with Mueller and blackmailed him over letting the Right asking him questions. All planned

  14. I love Levin’s take because it’s always different than the RINOs and it’s almost always right on! Dana Perino on the Five was claiming that Mueller said nothing new. I don’t think that’s true; otherwise, why would he say anything? He gave the impression that he didn’t come to conclusion on obstruction because of DOJ policy not because of lack of evidence. He’s a crook who damaged this country and he needs to see the inside of a jail cell!

  15. Mueller doesn’t want to be confronted by Conservative interrogators. His voice quivered during his presentation. He felt the guilt and shame and realized that he was being revealed to be the arrogant partisan that he truly is.

  16. The great one nailed it again. If Mueller had to answer intense Republican questioning, democrats heads would :bam:

  17. After hearing Mark’s summary tonight, I went back to the earlier Mueller thread and listened again. Mueller was mostly rambling and not very coherent, so Levin nailed it on that point !
    The one thing I do understand clearly: 1) Mueller has released his sh*t sandwich report.
    2) Made his little farewell speech today and is retiring. 3) Now he wants to get the “hell out of Dodge.” Frigging coward.

    1. Landscaper: 3) Now he wants to get the “hell out of Dodge.”

      Bingo! He was nervous as all get out and presenting a last ditch effort to save his skin as well as to promote the, “Insurance Policy.”

      I was listening to Levin on the way home on this and in the second hour, he and a caller hit on a point that only the president cannot be indicted while in office. However, that doesn’t cover any staffers. If there was obstruction/collusion as dirty cop Mueller alluded to, there would have been underlings with knowledge that would not be covered by that exception that could have been gone after.

      Mueller’s a dirty cop. Good cops don’t like dirty cops either!

  18. It’s not at all that Mueller isn’t on top of his game. Mueller was very uncomfortable in his public statement because he knew he was lying through his teeth. He knew he was throwing Barr under the bus. He did in fact stammer, and appeared very uncomfortable, and for long whiles refused to even look at the people who were in front of him. He knew he was doing something very bad for this country, and he appeared very weak and not very confident in his statements he knew were lies.

  19. I hope the Sarah Sanders statement today, that the investigation is over, let’s just move along is really bad. To not realize that Mueller as much as called Barr a liar is disgusting. Barr is in AK on government business, he wasn’t even in DC to respond. It sounds a lot to me like the WH statement threw Barr under the bus. There are other Republicans, such as Jim Jordan who agreed, just let’s move along. What the hell is up with the WH, and some Republicans just saying let’s just move along when Barr was called a liar in the Mueller statement this morning.

  20. Hopefully the whole ball of truth is in Barr’s court :praying: This is such an injustice that I hope every devil dem pays for it for as long as their party exists.

    1. I guess I can hope that Barr’s appointment of Durham to get to the bottom of it all may be promising. I’m, losing faith rapidly through. There is that thing about destroying the intelligence services, that can destroy the credibility being a national security interest must be considered. Barr has applauded the Intelligence services as being credible is disturbing to me. Barr knows exactly what happened, and I fear he will try to protect the agencies, the FBI, the CIA, the DOJ etc.

  21. Mark will be on Hannity tonight. I for one can’t wait. If you haven’t already you just have to get LevinTV on Blaze TV. I look forward to the day when he interviews Scoop.

  22. Yeah, Mueller kept saying that he was not going to talk about it again. Perfect sense. I guess Mueller thinks that he is so high & mighty no one can ever hold him to accountability. This is such another fraud on the American people!

    Never fear though…the TRUTH will prevail! He will not get away with this falsehood/sham and bearing false witness.

  23. This is why Graham should subpoena him to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee, but he won’t

  24. I love Levin’s take because it’s always different than the RINOs and it’s almost always right on! Dana Perino on the Five was claiming that Mueller said nothing new. I don’t think that’s true; otherwise, why would he say anything? He gave the impression that he didn’t come to conclusion on obstruction because of DOJ policy not because of lack of evidence. He’s a crook who damaged this country and he needs to see the inside of a jail cell!

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