Fox News host Mark Levin tells Sean Hannity Democrats want the southern border “imported” for voters

Fox News weekend show host Mark Levin claimed Thursday that Democrats are “obviously” trying to import “as many Democrats as possible” across the southern border because of their immigration stance.

During a week that has focused attention on the racist Great Replacement conspiracy theory cited by the white supremacist killer who targeted blacks in Buffalo, moderators like Tucker Carlson have downplayed the connection between their rhetoric and his attack .

On Tuesday, Carlson — despite having propounded the theory more than 400 times — insisted that “we still don’t know exactly what it is,” and then claimed it was actually coming “from the left.” On Thursday, he claimed the Buffalo shooter was motivated not by “hateful right-wing rhetoric” but by a mental illness. (It is not publicly known if he has a mental illness.)

In the ensuing hour of primetime Fox programming, host Sean Hannity gave the floor to Mark Levin, who proceeded to unleash an apocalyptic diatribe on seemingly every hot topic.

“Joe Biden is a one-man wrecking ball and he took his idiocy into the business world,” Levin whined early on. “They live in the United States of the Democratic Party,” he continued, building steam. “They control all elected branches of government. You see how it is. You see what their promises look like when they actually come true. Why is the southern border open? Why is it so open? What is their purpose? Obviously to import as many Democrats as possible.”

Hannity didn’t interfere at that point, or at any point in Levin’s over-the-top rant about how, “If we don’t crush this opposition, if we don’t win 2024, America is gone… This is a choice of whether you love America or hate it.” America.”

Hannity’s complacency over Levin’s claims came hours after Fox News host Harris Faulkner fired a guest who described the network as a platform for the racist theory. Fox News host Mark Levin tells Sean Hannity Democrats want the southern border “imported” for voters


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