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HomeVideoMark Levin Slams Trump’s “Mindless” Attacks on Cruz: “I’m Sick of Stupid Talk”

Mark Levin Slams Trump’s “Mindless” Attacks on Cruz: “I’m Sick of Stupid Talk”

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Looks like conservative talk radio show host Mark Levin is finished defending Donald Trump now that he and Sen. Ted Cruz are battling over Iowa. In a rant that lasted a little over 9 minutes, Levin said he was “sick and tired of stupid talk” that distracts us from the real issues facing the country, such as debt, judicial activism and the like.

“This is why I’m sick and tired of stupid talk!” Levin said on his program. “This is why I’m sick and tired of stupid issues! I didn’t spend 40 years of my life — 45 to be exact — to reach a point where we actually might take back the White House with somebody who is conservative, whomever that is, to be discussing birther issues! And fake issues!”

Trump has been attempting to cast doubt on whether or not Cruz is eligible to serve as president and, in fact, there is a lawsuit filed in the state of Texas to decide just that. However, Levin, as well as many others, feel that the issue is decided and that the court will never hear the case.

“And whatever candidate tries to draw us into these arguments and these debates that are mindless, that are useless, are not going to save this republic, are not going to affect the debt, the kinds of judges we have, strengthen our military, then I call them out!” he continued. “Whether some people like it or not. It’s that simple.”

The Donald also told CNN’s Jake Tapper during an interview on the State of the Union Sunday that Ted Cruz is nasty and no one likes him. Levin took that as an attack on the base. However, in reality, Trump is right; at least, he’s right on the fact that no one likes Cruz in D.C., which has both a positive and negative impact. Republicans across the spectrum worry that Cruz made too many enemies to get his agenda through the Congress if he is elected.

“The attack on Cruz in many ways is an attack on us,” he said toward the end of his monologue. “That’s the problem. He’s nasty, nasty, nasty, Donald says. Why? Because Mitch McConnell says he’s nasty? Because Bob Dole thinks he’s nasty? Because the ruling elite Republicans think he’s nasty?”

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