Mark Levin: I wouldn’t have proposed what Trump proposed but…


Mark Levin opened his show tonight saying that he wouldn’t have proposed what Donald Trump proposed on banning Muslims entering the US, but rather what Rand Paul proposed which was aimed at banning immigration from countries in the Middle East where radical Islam is a big problem.

Despite this, Levin says that Trump has opened the way for us to have a national discussion on Sharia Law and Islam, and that Trump’s critics should embrace the discussion instead of piling on Trump.

And as a side note on this, to those candidates who are claiming that Trump’s proposal is unconstitutional, Levin points out it has nothing to do with the Constitution. He says the bill of rights, more importantly the first amendment only applies to us here, not to people living abroad. Levin says we’ve always controlled our immigration and Trump’s proposal falls in line with that.

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