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Mark Levin says Supreme Court Roe v. Wade leak is 'grave assault' and warns US 'institutions are going to collapse'

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Political commentator Mark Levin said that Monday's leak of a draft majority opinion is a "grave assault" on the Supreme Court.

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During Tuesday's "Fox & Friends," Levin addressed Monday's leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion that could potentially overturn 1973's Roe v. Wade.

The news on Monday evening sparked heavy conversation across social media.

"When you conduct yourself in an utterly lawless way, attacking the institutions of this country, attacking the founding documents of this country, attacking the history of this country, this is what you get: lawlessness," he insisted during "Fox & Friends."

He added, ""It's just a matter of time. All these institutions are going to collapse. This is a grave assault on the Supreme Court."

Levin recalled a time when he was an intern to late Chief Justice Warren Burger while attending law school and said that he can't fathom how the leak occurred after having seen the lengths to which the institution went to preserve the integrity of confidentiality.

"I saw how it operated, and I can tell you this institution takes its confidentiality seriously. Why? That's the coin of the realm," he said. "They've got to be able to talk about ideas freely. They've got to be able to discuss this without political pressure. Why do people think these are lifetime appointments?"

The political commentator later added that the Democratic Party is complicit in "destroying this country" and said that they are fighting Republicans every step of the way.

"Of course, the Democrat Party is destroying this country," he reasoned. "Look at the confirmation process. It started with Bork. The Democrats targeted him under [Sen. Ted] Kennedy and Biden, and it moves on to others, including Clarence Thomas, including Kavanaugh. Republicans don't treat Democrat nominees this way. They may object to them. When you say the Supreme Court doesn't look like America, you're undermining the credibility of the court.

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