Levin: ‘You Have to Assume that Kavanaugh Would Have Voted with Roberts’ on Obamacare

CNS News | 7/11/2018 | Staff
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On his nationally syndicated radio talk show Tuesday, host Mark Levin called out U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh for the judge’s position on tax provision in Obamacare, saying, “You have to assume that Kavanaugh would have voted with Roberts” on Obamacare.

“[Y]ou have to assume that Kavanaugh would have voted with Roberts on this because they both came at it from exactly the same position,” stated Mark Levin concerning the individual mandate in Obamacare. “He [Kavanaugh] is not Scalia; he is not Thomas; he is not Alito; and in this case, he wasn’t even Kennedy.”

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Levin’s remarks stem from the oral argument in the Susan Seven-Sky v. Eric Holder, Jr. case on Sept. 23, 2011, “that took place in front of the DC Court of Appeals panel with Circuit Judge Kavanaugh, Senior Circuit Judges Edwards and Silberman. A few pages focused on the give and take between Judges Kavanaugh and the lawyer for the Appellants, a lawyer by the name of Edward White.”

Below is a transcript of Mark Levin’s comments from his show Tuesday:

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Mark Levin: “Mr. Kavanaugh, the textualist, the man who understands the separation of powers, was rewriting the statute. And you know what he did in the end, Mr. Producer? He argued that his major concern was the Anti-Injunction Act, which prevents the court...
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