Levin bashes Obama eulogy for John Lewis, calls Biden 'a quasi-Bull Connor and a quasi-George Wallace'

Mark Levin says Barack Obama abused the Black community more than any other modern president

Mark Levin, host of ‘Life, Liberty and Levin’ and author of ‘Unfreedom of the Press,’ joins Sean Hannity on ‘Hannity.’

"Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin told Fox News' "Hannity" Thursday that former President Barack Obama's eulogy for the late Congressman John Lewis reminded Levin of the "good old days" when the future 44th president worked as a community organizer on the South Side of Chicago.

"Obama has milked this country for everything it is worth," the syndicated radio host told Sean Hannity. "He's milked it for maximum power and he and his wife are now worth tens of millions of dollars, having sold their presidency after they left office."

The former Justice Department official claimed Biden had "bragged about" working with segregationist Sen. James Eastland, D-Miss., and noted that Biden worked closely with another segregationist in Sen. John Stennis, D-Miss.

"Joe Biden has said nasty bigoted things throughout his life, despite the Praetorian Guard left-wing media that protects him and his bubble in his basement," Levin said. "The fact of the matter is, I know this, Donald Trump in the private sector, hired thousands of Black Americans.

"Tell me, today, the very wealthy Obamas, how many Black Americans have they hired? How many Black Americans have they helped? How many Black Americans did Biden hire?

"So Obama gives a good speech," Levin concluded, "but when the rubber hits the road, he's nowhere to be found!"

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