MARK LEVIN (HOST): There's nothing criminal about it. There's nothing devious about it. There's nothing illegal about it. You're not obstructing an election. You're not obstructing a result. You're not obstructing Congress. Congress will make the determination on what to count, what not to count, which is exactly what Congress did. The process is not supposed to be criminalized, where a single grand jury in Washington, DC being fed one-sided arguments by a special counsel appointed by the party in power, by a prosecutor who's threatening lawyers and threatening witnesses with charges, with long-term sentences, if they don't buckle under -- as if that's the pursuit of justice in punishing wrongdoing.
What you are watching today is an insurrection. It's a war on the voting system. It's a war on the Constitution. It's a war on the Republican Party and, of course, on Donald Trump. If they get away with this, the country will never be the same, ever. The challenging of elections occurs all the time, and not just in court. All the time. And it's up to Congress to sort it out. That's what the Constitution says. Congress has the final say. Congress can throw out Electoral College votes willy-nilly if it wants to.