Mark Levin defends KY Clerk: Supreme Court is nullifying the rule of law, NOT KIM DAVIS

Mark Levin opened his show tonight defending Kim Davis, the Kentucky Clerk, who was jailed today for refusing to violate her faith to honor a lawless Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage.

While some so-called conservatives are arguing that Davis is trying to nullify the rule of law, Levin brilliantly points out that her religious beliefs are protected by the first amendment and that it is the Supreme Court that is nullifying the rule of law, not Davis.

Levin also addresses the ‘supremacy’ of the court, which he says is not constitutional. And much more.



Here are his opening segments from his radio show. Listen:

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PART TWO:

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