March 13, 2013, - 10:48 pm
MORON: Mark Levin Claims “Al-Qaeda” Attacked Marines in Beirut ’83, Excuses Reagan’s Lack of Response; Um, It’s Hezbollah, Bitch.
I’m always amazed at the vast number of morons who think Mark Levin is a genius, when in fact, he’s quite ignorant and proves it time and again. But, then again, they are morons, so I can’t expect them to know better that Levin doesn’t know better. Tonight, on his nationally syndicated radio show, Levin attacked “those who attack Reagan for not going after Al-Qaeda when they bombed our Marines in Beirut.” Just in case you think he meant to say something else, he continued, “We had a lot going on in the world and Reagan didn’t know who they were. We didn’t know where they were or whom to attack.” Levin also mentioned that Al-Qaeda hung from a telephone pole, Colonel William R. “Rich” Higgins and William Buckley, our CIA station chief in Beirut. HUH???? Um, giant clue to Mark Levin: Hezbollah (with help from the P.L.O.) bombed our Marines in Beirut. Hezbollah tortured to death Higgins and Buckley (although Higgins’ remains were hung, there was no telephone pole–as much as Levin likes to embellish to make up for the important facts about which he has zero clue). Here’s a refresher on the Marine barracks bombing for dummies like Mark Levin.
Mark Levin Has No Prob w/ Hezbollah . . . ‘Cuz The Bleepin’ Idiot Thinks Al-Qaeda Bombed Our Marines in Beirut
And we knew exactly who did it because Hezbollah claimed credit loud and clear for all of these acts–the bombings in 1983, the torture murder of Buckley in 1985, and the torture murder of Higgins in 1990. We knew exactly where Hezbollah was–in South Lebanon–and its spiritual leader, Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, was very open and public in delivering the fatwa to bomb both our embassy and the Marine Barracks. And we knew it was Hezbollah when they trampled to death Robert Dean Stethem in 1985, during the Hezbollah hijacking of TWA Flight 847. But Mark Levin kept saying it was Al-Qaeda (which did NOT even exist at the time) because Mark Levin is a glorified ignoramus who pretends to know it all but actually knows very little of anything. He claims to have worked in the Reagan Administration at the time, to boot. But even I–who was in Eighth grade at the time, NOT working in the Reagan Administration–know these facts. He does not because he’s a complete ignoramus.
And, yes, Ronald Reagan knew exactly who did these acts, and he never ever responded to Hezbollah. Instead, he put America’s tail between its legs and pulled out of Lebanon, rewarding Hezbollah for this act. Osama Bin Laden cited this specifically for his evidence that Americans don’t fight back, but just retreat from attack. He was right. But he didn’t count on know-nothing, chicken-hawk partisan idiots like Mark Levin to make ridiculous, fictional excuses for this wimpitude on top of that. Mark Levin is a moron and a fraud for neither recognizing this nor getting it right, but even more so for making excuses using lies, such as that this was “Al-Qaeda” and “we didn’t know who did it . . ., where they were.” We knew all of these things. And here’s a tip, Mark: Al-Qaeda is a Sunni organization. These were Shi’ite Muslims, the dominant group of Muslims by far in Lebanon. If Mark was such a genius (not even close), he’d know this basic stuff. He doesn’t. He’s simply a whining, shrieking ignoramus who’d get slaughtered in a legit debate (I’d smush him like the diseased insect that he is). He’s just a clueless partisan.
And it’s not Levin’s first time . . . or even his first time in a week.
Yesterday, Mark Levin and Allen West (whose defeat I’m beginning to think wasn’t such a bad thing) attacked me for my column against the U.S. military handing out a Bronze Star to an Air Force Chaplain for his Powerpoint presentation on how to properly handle the koran (in World War II, it would’ve been the proper handling of Mein Kampf, and West and Levin would attack me for opposing that, too). Levin and West think the Bronze Star for Islamic sensitivity training is a good thing (more on that in another post) and attacked me for never serving in battle but attacking someone who “served in battle.” Hmmm . . . I don’t recall that Mark Levin served in battle. And there are others, like John Allen Muhammad, who did serve in battle. I’m not allowed to attack people like Muhammad or Asan Akbar or Noureddine Malki or Hassan Abujihaad, all of whom served America on the battlefield (and then committed jihad against Americans)? Or Nidal Malik Hasan, who served, while I (and Mark Levin) did not? Absurd. Did this stop them from attacking John Kerry, who served in battle? Is he off-limits, too? Did they attack the Swift-Boaters? Ridiculous. These people–Levin and West are hypocrites. I have much more to say about this and I will in a separate post.
Then, there are Levin’s excuses for Fred Thompson when he was running for President and hired pan-jihadist HAMAS CAIR supporter and illegal alien enabler Spencer Abraham to run his campaign–yup, the same Spencer Abraham that sent $86 million of US tax money straight to Hezbollah and sought $200 million more for the terrorist group. Levin dismissed all of Abraham’s jihadist-enabling legislation and activity (including open support for Arafat’s homicide bombings at coffee and pizza shops and Passover dinners), saying it was okay because Thompson “needs Spencer Abraham to win Michigan” (which is BS, since Abraham couldn’t even win re-election in Michigan and was hated here; but apparently to Levin, principle is thrown to the wind when winning is the goal). When I brought this up on my site, Levin attacked me non-stop for attacking him, but never owned up to the facts, which are that he excuses Hezbollah support and enabling when “conservatives” are involved. When readers of mine who are listeners of his asked him on his Facebook page whether he actually said what I reported that he said–and he did say it–he attacked them, too, and erased their questions, because the answer is YES. And his position was then–as it is now–indefensible . . . for anyone who purports to care about America’s national security.
So, you decide if you wanna continue listening blindly to this moron who claims to have worked in the Reagan Administration and yet doesn’t know what Hezbollah is or why it’s bad and doesn’t know who murdered so many Americans in Lebanon. He thinks it’s Al-Qaeda and makes excuses for Ronald Reagan’s wimpitude in response.
I guess I should not be surprised at Mark Levin’s utter ignorance (and I’m not–I’ve never thought he was informed; just his ignorant lapdog followers do because they are dumber than he is). After all, he is Best Friends Forever with Sean Hannity who gushed in agreement, ad nauseam, when one of his listeners phoned in and praised Bush and the Patriot Act for catching and stopping the Millennium Bomber from blowing up Los Angeles International Airport. Um, there’s kind of a reason he was called the Millennium Bomber: he was caught planning to blow up LAX on New Year’s Eve just before the start of the year 2000, unless there’s another Millennium you or I don’t know about that happened after 9/11. You know who was President when the Millennium Bomber was caught? Bill Clinton. You know what wasn’t law yet? The Patriot Act. Ahmed Ressam, the Millennium Bomber, was caught by a sharp female Customs Inspector at the U.S.-Canada border, NOT because of the Patriot Act. I support the Patriot Act, but I don’t make up fiction to back up my case. I know better. These people are just clueless. Must be something in the Levin-Vannity mancrush saliva.
And, sadly, this is from whom half of America gets its information. It’s hilarious that Mark Levin and Sean Hannity refer to Levin as “The Great One.” More like The Moronic One.
Mark Levin doesn’t know what he’s talking about. And if you listen to him, NEITHER. DO. YOU.
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