Mark Levin: U.S. Gives Terrorists More Consideration Than Cops

During a recent appearance on Fox News Channel’s Hannity, syndicated radio host Mark Levin responded to the controversial move by prosecutor Marilyn Mosby to bring charges against six police officers in connection with the death of suspect Freddie Gray. The state’s attorney has been criticized for reacting hastily to riots in Baltimore and the call for legal action against the police who took part in Gray’s arrest.

“Where are the civil libertarians?” Levin asked. “Where is the ACLU? Where are the real lawyers in America?”

He said attorneys should be protesting what he described as a “travesty of justice” regarding the officers charged in the incident. While the initial response was a protest that soon turned violent and destructive, Levin concluded that the anti-police movement is currently flourishing in Mosby’s office.

“This is a disgrace,” he continued, “and the entire legal community should be rising up over this. Whatever happens in the courtroom, whatever happens with the judge and jury, so be it. But the way this prosecutor has conducted herself is outrageous.”

Levin later addressed an expected Justice Department-led civil rights investigation in Baltimore.

“I can support that,” he said, offering an important caveat. “Investigate this state’s attorney. Investigate what’s taken place here – her comments, her politicization of a prosecution.”

Considering the fact that those being charged are split evenly between black and white officers, Levin concluded that the prosecution “has nothing to do with race,” insisting that this is simply the latest example of activists “projecting as usual their radical, their leftwing agenda, on top of these events.”

He went on to assert that the officers are “being railroaded,” noting that they are not even receiving the same legal protection America affords terror suspects.

“How can it be,” he wondered, “that terrorists in Guantanamo Bay have more due process rights … that they are treated one way and police officers another?”

He concluded that America as a nation is increasingly hostile toward the law enforcement community, suggesting many hold police to a higher standard than others in society.

“Well, law enforcement isn’t perfect,” he acknowledged. “Reporters aren’t perfect. Obama’s not perfect. That’s not the test. The fact of the matter is if we lose order, we lose liberty and we lose the society.”

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SHOCKING: Watch This Radical Imam Call For The Death Of Muhammad Cartoon Event Organizer

After watching what a radical imam said about the woman who organized the Muhammad cartoon event that became a terror target in Texas, one has to ask whether authorities will now go after this Sharia-promoting Islamist for making what was essentially an on-air death threat.

Ever since the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI) hosted the contest inviting depictions of the Muslim prophet, the group’s president, Pamela Geller, has reportedly received a number of death threats. Certainly, Geller lit a firestorm of controversy and fiery debate over First Amendment protections and the boundaries of free speech; and on Wednesday’s Hannity show, that firestorm grew even hotter.

Fox News host Sean Hannity invited AFDI’s Geller and radical London-based imam Anjem Choudary onto his program to react to those threats as well as to the event that prompted them — the contest in Garland, Tx., that drew two Islamic terrorists who were shot dead by police before they could kill anyone. The imam argued that Geller is asking for an attack by faithful Muslims who believe in Sharia and its demand that those who insult the Prophet Muhammad be killed.

“She should be put before Sharia court and tried,” Choudary stated. “And of course she would face capital punishment.”

Geller didn’t sit still for that assertion and passionately defended her position and the right of Americans to engage in free speech without having to deal with the threat of being targeted by Muslim extremists.

You can watch the extraordinary, eye-opening segment from Hannity by clicking on the video above.

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Fox’s Hannity Expertly Shuts Down Muslim Guest Trying To Control The Conversation

In a recent on-air conversation with Islamic leader Hassan Shibly, Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity sought details about the case of a young American woman, Hoda Muthana, who left her family last year to join forces with ISIS. Shibly, who heads the Council on American Islamic Relations in Florida, explained that his organization is advocating on behalf of Muthana’s family and shared his thoughts on the story.

“Words can’t describe the utter shock and trauma and horror that the family is facing,” he said, “and the pain and anguish they’re facing at having lost their daughter to brainwashing and recruitment by this terrible extremist violent gang of monsters, really.”

Hannity wondered why CAIR, which he described as a “controversial group,” would be involved. This prompted Shibly to accuse the host of changing the subject.

“I’ll ask any question I want,” Hannity shot back, “this is my show. But you are a controversial group.”

Shibly ultimately answered the question.

“The reason we’re involved is because we have been working in that community for a long time; and her father actually attended a lecture I gave to counter extremists and to delegitimize ISIS,” he stated. “So, when he heard I gave a lecture at his mosque delegitimizing ISIS and condemning that terrorist organization, he reached out to me when Hoda first left; and the first thing I told him is, ‘We have to contact authorities and we have to do the best we can to make sure no other child is lost in the way your daughter was lost.’”

Hannity then pivoted to another topic, asking Shibly if he believes Hamas is a terrorist organization. After some back-and-forth between the two men, the guest ultimately conceded that the group is classified as a terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department.

He then attempted to castigate Hannity, though, for daring to ask such a question.

“Shame on you for asking every Muslim what he thinks of terrorist organizations,” he responded.

“No shame on me,” Hannity said. “I’m allowed to ask any questions I want.”

Though it was fairly clear Shibly had more he wanted to say, Hannity opted to move on, cutting that interview off and introducing his next guest.

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Watch: What Judge Jeanine Said About Hillary And The President Might Just Make Obama Furious

Never one to mince words or pull punches, Judge Jeanine Pirro came out blasting on Thursday’s Hannity. The host of her own Fox News show, Justice, Pirro absolutely pummeled Hillary Clinton in the wake of the latest scandal to embroil the Democrat presidential candidate — the alleged influence-peddling involving favors and benefits the former secretary of state may have delivered to foreign countries and to companies in exchange for big-money donations to the Clinton family charities.

Judge Jeanine also dropped a comment that one imagines would be likely to cause more than a few frowns at the White House, especially in the Oval Office. Pirro said that Mrs. Clinton’s breaking of both federal rules on record keeping and her promise to the president about disclosure makes Obama look “weak.”

Judge Jeanine tied Hillary’s so-called “pay-to-play” scandal to the ongoing uproar over her controversial email practices and her refusal to turn over to investigators a private email server on which official communications were reportedly stored, then deleted by order of Mrs. Clinton.

“You can call it influence peddling, you can call it a shell game, you can call it a conspiracy, you can call it concealment, you can call it tampering with evidence, you can call it whatever you want, but here’s the bottom line: Now [Hillary Clinton’s] email server becomes very relevant because now the proof is not available, unless you’ve got someone at the other end talking about it,” Pirro said.

By clicking on the video above, you can watch Judge Jeanine’s discussion with Sean Hannity in which Pirro asked, “Do you really want a president, every week where you’ve got a scandal?”

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Mark Steyn Destroys Obama For ‘Dishonoring’ Dead Christians, ‘Black Lives Matter When They’re Christian Too!’

Mark Steyn, Obama

Western Journalism recently reported that President Obama lashed out at Christians during the annual Easter prayer breakfast on Tuesday.

“On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that as a Christian, I am supposed to love,” Obama said. “And I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less than loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned.”

His comments came just days after ISIS brutally killed 147 Christian students in Kenya. ISIS terrorists questioned each student and proceeded to release those who admitted to following Islam.

While the media remained silent after the president’s comments, one man stood out to condemn his Easter speech: writer Mark Steyn. He joined Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Hannity and unloaded on Obama.

“This is a guy who’s happy to draw general lessons when a black youth gets killed in Ferguson, Missouri. That apparently has wide application for black people all over America,” Steyn said. “But 148 black corpses has no general application!”

“Well Mr. President, #blacklivesmatter when they’re Christian too!” he exclaimed. “You dishonor those Kenyan students in death by not identifying them as Christians, as you dishonored the Egyptians only a couple of weeks earlier.”

The Egyptians Mark Steyn referred to were the 21 Coptic Christians that were beheaded by ISIS simply for being Christian.

h/t: Newsbusters

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