Mark Levin blasted the Trans-Pacific Partnership, likening it to the “Destroy-The-Constitution deal.”
Appearing on Sirius XM Patriot 125 on Monday, Levin explained the TTP, which is 6,000 pages long, 2 million words and 30 chapters. “The people who are required to comply with it are not going to comprehend it.” (RELATED: Obama’s Convoluted TPP Agreement Is THREE TIMES AS LONG As The King James Bible [LIST])
Levin described the TPP as a “disaster” going as far as saying what is in it “doesn’t matter. We have to stop allowing the central government to ram these massive laws and phony treaties, this isn’t even a treaty, they are going to call it an executive deal… down our throats.”
“No conservative—none—in the Senate or the House should vote for this based on the nature of this phony deal period. I don’t even care what’s in it, it’s too long, it’s too massive, it empowers the government. It empowers the bureaucracy… It empowers other governments and bureaucracies too,” Levin insisted.
“What the Senate should say is, ‘we say it’s a treaty… we made a terrible mistake with this phony fast track stuff,'” Levin said.
“You never give Obama fast track,” Levin insisted. “Because what does he do? Takes us a fast track to hell.”
Levin recommended that senators and representatives say the TPP is “too long, our constituency can’t possibly know what’s in it. The Constitution does not grant this kind of power to foreign governments and our government, so I’m voting no, period.”
Host Steve Bannon brought up how Sen. [crscore]Jeff Sessions[/crscore] has said that the TPP would set up commissioners that would lead to global governance where the United States would be a “junior partner” in the Pacific.