Conservative radio talk show host Mark Levin ridiculed the moderate Republicans in leadership Wednesday night, on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show.
“These French Republicans — they’re always surrendering,” Levin noted, calling out the Republican leadership for attacking conservatives who want to defund Obamacare rather than President Obama and the left.
“I’m afraid we’re never going to get rid of it, because Republicans don’t want to get rid of it,” Levin said flatly.
Levin warned that Obamacare would never “implode” as predicted, but would wreak havoc with the economy and continue as planned.
Part of the problem, Levin noted, was that Republicans refused to risk taking a stand against President Obama — for fear that they would be blamed for shutting down the government.
Levin specifically named Sens. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., as well as Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and ridiculed them for their incompetence.
“I’ve never seen incompetent politics by these Republicans,” Levin said, calling them “mush-heads and marble-mouths” for failing to articulate the case for defunding the unpopular law.
“It’s worse than incompetence, it’s cowardly,” Hannity replied.