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Levin blasts: ‘Obama did more to interfere in 2016 elections than the Russians’

(National SentinelCollusion: Conservative talk giant and CRTV founder Mark Levin blasted former President Obama during an appearance on Fox News‘ “Hannity,” accusing him of being more responsible for interfering in the 2016 presidential election than the Russian government.

“Here’s the big story, the Obama administration did more to interfere with our election than the loathsome Vladimir Putin,” he told host Sean Hannity.

“Whether it’s unmasking, whether it’s Susan Rice refusing to allow the cyberspace folks to investigate. The Obama administration did more to interfere with our election than the Russians. That’s the story,” he continued.

Levin, who has his own Sunday night program now on Fox News as well, also lashed out at Republican Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina over the Justice Department’s firing of disgraced FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for claiming that the firing cost McCabe his pension.

“He’s not losing his pension!” Levin declared, noting that under federal employment rules, McCabe will be entitled to everything he contributed to the fund over the years.

Levin, who worked in the Justice Department in the Reagan administration as chief of staff for then-Attorney General Edwin Meese, noted further that the recommendation to fire McCabe was made by DoJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz who said McCabe lied to investigators who were looking into the FBI’s handling of Hillary Clinton’s email case.

Horowitz was appointed by President Obama, he said, noting further that McCabe and his boss, FBI Director James Comey, were “bad cops” who downplayed the Clinton investigation in order to exonerate her so she could continue to run for president.

As for McCabe, Levin said he “may have committed crimes” and “should be sitting before a grand jury.”

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