Mark Levin to Obama: Trayvon Martin case is not about you

Mark Levin says that Obama wanted to weigh in on the Trayvon Martin case yesterday, that instead of leaving immediately after making his prepared statements, he waited for a moment so that he could be asked about the case. And in Obama’s answer, he said that we as a nation must do some soul-searching to figure out how all this happened. But Levin, troubled by this statement, wants to know why we must do soul-searching about an incident that took place in Florida. What is there to soul-search about? Levin says we have nothing to do with what happened in Florida and that we aren’t a racist nation upon which we need to do soul-searching.

Levin says it was completely inappropriate for Obama to get involved and he’s sick and tired of politicians and other unelected leaders using cases like these to push their agendas.



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