Mark Levin: Milley Collaborated with China and the Dems and Journalists Sat on the Story for Months

‘Journalism is corrupt and dead in this country’
By Grabien Staff


LEVIN: “Let's take a look very briefly at this. People should boycott this book. People should not reward these people at all for their conduct, these so-called journalists. Journalism is corrupt and it's dead in this country. But let's look at the story, First of all, it says in the middle of the story, ''Peril,' authors day, is based on interviews with more than 200 people conducted on the condition they not be named as sources.' Who the hell writes a book with 200 anonymous sources? 200? 'Well, we have the tapes, we have the notes.' Yeah, but we don’t, the American people. This is our country. Don't we get to make a judgment about these things? It’s not about Woodward, Costa and 'The Washington Post.' What kind of a news organization is this? And if this did happen, it’s big news! I've spent my life studying and defending the Constitution of the United States. You have here Mark Milley not once but twice, before the election and after, contacts the head of the communist military in China, our number one enemy. The first time he does it, it’s based on he is concerned China is worried our military exercises in the South China Sea, deepened by Trump’s belligerent rhetoric toward China? So he calls China around the back of the commander-in-chief and tells them, 'Don’t worry about him, I have him under control' pretty much? And then after the election he calls and says, 'General Li, you and I have known each other for now five years. If we are going to attack, I will call you ahead of time. It's not going to be a surprise.' If the United States military — just theoretically — is going to attack China, the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff knows every step of it, he is going to tell the enemy? If that’s true, this S.O.B. needs to be out of there as fast as possible, without a debate.”

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