Fox News personality Mark Levin unleashed an unhinged rant on the Joe Biden administration for protecting Americans' Constitutional right to vote.
"You have an attorney general by the name of Merrick Garland," Levin correctly noted, before veering off on a trip to crazytown. "Who doesn't merrick (sic) being Attorney General of the United States.
"Thank God he didn't wind up on the United States Supreme Court," Levin said. "They promoted him as a moderate, this judicial figure — he is a radical and he has radicals underneath him."
He then complained about the Department of Justice expanding its Civil Rights Division to defend voters against Republican voter suppression laws.
Levin complained the effort was because Democrats "want it to be like the Robert Kennedy era, where he's going after the segregated South. That's what they're trying to do."
Outside of Fox News, the legal battle against segregation is widely considered to be a massive victory for defending Americans' constitutional rights.
Levin's was then cut off by Sean Hannity.
The United States Supreme Court on Thursday rejected yet another Republican-led effort to kill the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
Following the ruling, the Democratic governor of Kansas called for her state to finally expand Medicaid expansion.
""Today's Supreme Court decision is a victory for more than one million Kansans with a preexisting condition and the future health of our workforce," Gov. Laura Kelly wrote in a statement, KSNT-TV reports.
"It's clear that the Affordable Care Act is the law of the land, and it's time for Kansas to join 38 states and the District of Columbia by expanding Medicaid to support our economic growth, protect our rural hospitals, and provide quality, affordable healthcare to 165,000 Kansans," she explained.
However, the state's Republican attorney general blasted the Supreme Court ruling."It is disappointing that after all this time and effort, the U.S. Supreme Court still declined to reach the merits and answer the important constitutional question presented: By what authority does Congress order Americans to buy insurance?" Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt wrote as if her were completely ignorant of the court's reasoning during a decade of GOP challenges to the law.
Ron Johnson mocked as a 'stupid Trump cultist' for latest Fox News conspiracy theory about Joe Biden
Fox News continuously gave Donald Trump a free pass as he repeatedly caved to Vladimir Putin.
Even though Trump publicly sided with Putin after Russia's 2016 election interference, Fox still gave him a pass.
But now there's a Democrat in the office and suddenly Fox News is concerned that he might be compromised.
"Vladimir gets the waiver to build his pipeline, our workers get pink slips," Fox News personality Tucker Carlson said.
"Would I be wrong to interpret that that maybe Joe thinks that Russia has him compromised?" he asked.
"You wouldn't be wrong to be suspicious that maybe that's the problem there," Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) replied.
Johnson, who is up for re-election in 2022, was harshly criticized by former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL).
"I went to Congress with Ron Johnson. Maybe I'm an idiot, but I never would have guessed that he would have become a stupid Trump cultist. Boy was I wrong," Walsh admitted.
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