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Friday night on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin discussed the recent elections in the United Kingdom and what lessons Democratic politicians and conservative voters should learn from the results.
Last week, the U.K.’s Conservative Party, led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, brought home its largest parliamentary majority since Margaret Thatcher’s win in 1987. That victory that was no doubt assisted by Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s far-left extremism, Levin explained.
Meanwhile, in the United Sates, Levin pointed out, “The Democrats have moved hard, radical Left; they’ve been Corbynized, if you will.” And those hard-left policy positions, he explained, are putting them more and more out of touch with the wants of American voters.
“Democrats, I think, are going to destroy themselves,” the host said. “They’re doing it in the House of Representatives [with impeachment], and I think they’re doing it during these debates and soon-to-be primaries.”
Levin concluded, “So this election should resonate in the United States. It should. The Democrats should learn from it, but they won’t; the media should learn from it, but they won’t. What’s my take? At least right now: The public is sick and tired of the hard Left, sick and tired of the media, and sick and tired of all their agendas and policies and so forth and so on.”
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