Monday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Mark Levin, author of “Unfreedom of the Press,” reacted to Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), the two freshmen members of the House of Representatives, and their handling of a canceled trip to Israel.
The two were refused entry to Israel given support for the so-called BDS movement. Tlaib was later permitted to visit her grandmother in the West Bank but canceled her plans claiming the Israeli government was silencing her.
Levin criticized the duo as “reprobates” and then took aim at the Democratic Party for allowing Omar and Tlaib’s behavior.
“I am disgusted with the excuses for these two reprobates,” he said. “I am disgusted with the Democrat Party, which is increasingly accepting of neo-Nazi comments and antisemitism and bigotry. I am disgusted by the same media that accuses the president of being Hitler but allows these two to act as if they’re civil rights activists for the Arabs.”
Levin decried the support Omar and Tlaib had received given their views on the existence of Israel.
“This poison is spreading,” Levin said. “This cancer is spreading.t’s getting worse.”
“All the weak, soft underbelly of the Jewish establishment has rallied around two antisemites who would love nothing more than to see the complete extermination of the state of Israel,” he added. “It’s a sickening spectacle.”