Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Mark Levin: ‘Completely False’ That Children Born to Illegals Have Constitutional Right to Citizenship


Mark Levin: ‘Completely False’ That Children Born to Illegals Have Constitutional Right to Citizenship. HT: Matzav.

Nationally syndicated radio show host Mark Levin explained on Tuesday why children born in the United States to illegal alien parents do not have a constitutional right to U.S. citizenship, CNS News reports.

“I had to watch on TV, while I was in California, some so-called experts tell us–and former Bush appointees, and a former superior court judge in New Jersey tell us–that the Constitution embraces birthright citizenship, and there’s not a damn thing we can do about it,” said Levin. “Well that, of course, is completely false.”

Here is a transcript of what Mark Levin had to say:

“Birthright citizenship: I have discussed this a few times in my radio career – I think 2009. Maybe it was 2010. I think once or twice since then. And unfortunately, I had to watch on TV, while I was in California, some so-called experts tell us – and former Bush appointees, and a former superior court judge in New Jersey tell us – that the Constitution embraces birthright citizenship, and there’s not a damn thing we can do about it. Well that, of course, is completely false.

“And I don’t know why people who call themselves Constitutionalists swerve back and forth, lurched from the Constitution to Supreme Court decisions, and back and forth. First, let’s figure out what the Constitution says.

“And I see our senior legal analyst friend – and he is a friend of mine, Napolitano – is all over the place. And he’s wrong, as are many other so-called experts.


I’ve actually spent my life on the Constitution. I wasn’t a superior court judge in New Jersey. I wasn’t a professor for doughnuts and coffee at Shmegegge University or what have you. And this is one of the areas I have poured over, over the decades. Read the full statement here.

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