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Mark Levin eviscerates Nancy Pelosi over her latest impeachment power play: 'This is what the fascists do'

Thursday night on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin criticized House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., for her decision to hold off on sending impeachment articles over to the Senate.

Just after the House's votes the night before on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, Nancy Pelosi wouldn't commit to sending the articles to the upper chamber right away and said she would instead wait to see what the Senate trial process might look like. Thursday morning on Twitter, Levin called the delay "another brazen unconstitutional act."

In response to Pelosi's actions, Levin also called on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to "immediately put an end to this and declare the impeachment null and void, as the speaker has failed to complete the impeachment process by timely sending it to the Senate for adjudication."

"This has never been done in American history, either," Levin said Thursday night: "To try and use an impeachment in the House as leverage to control and affect the procedures that are used in the Senate."

"This is what the fascists do," Levin remarked. "This is what they do. They deny any form of due process, they destroy the traditional means by which impeachments are pursued, they come up with two completely bogus articles of impeachment, they shut down minority rights -- the other party's rights -- they shut down the right of the accused, in this case the president, from confronting his accuser, from having a lawyer present during secret testimony, and from providing witnesses as well as evidence."

"The fruit of the poisonous tree here has taken place, to make an old parallel, and the fruitcakes have taken place too, here, as it turns out."

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