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Mark Levin says 'mental midget' Robert Reich is wrong about the role of state legislatures

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Mark Levin says 'mental midget' Robert Reich is wrong about the role of state legislatures

Robert Reich is an American professor, author, lawyer, and political commentator. who worked under multiple administrations.

Mark Levin is known for his expertise on all things Constitution. Robert Reich? According to Mark, eh, not so much. Mark was appalled by a video that featured Reich indirectly discussing circumventing U.S. election laws to consolidate their power over the electoral process. As a crucial voting rights case heads to the Supreme Court, Mark believes he knows what Reich and the Democrats are up to, and he aimed to expose their tactics in this clip.

Reich asserted several claims about the U.S. voting process and the constitutionality of state legislatures making the rules for how each state will conduct the voting process in their respective state. While Reich makes the case that Republicans are maliciously trying to use state legislatures as a tool in future elections, Mark pointed to Article 2 Section 1, where the founders left the power to select electors fell to the state legislatures.

Reich claims that a case headed to the Supreme Court to examine the use of state legislatures to set the rules for elections aims to put Republican-led states in a better position to select the president.

"These people are tyrannical," Mark said. Watch Mark explain why Reich is a poor choice and "mental midget" on constitutional matters.

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