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Levin lists three ways to defend our republic during the Biden administration

Published in Blog on February 01, 2021 by Convention Of States

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Mark Levin recently outlined on his show the three ways he believes patriotic Americans can defend our republic during the Biden administration.

His final item? Join the Convention of States movement.

"Support Article V of our Constitution, the Convention of States," he said.

Levin also listed two other items: boycott businesses that are repressing conservative beliefs and ideas, and challenge the media narrative that they are wise and righteous.

But he ended his show by calling his listeners to join the growing Article V movement.

"It's ultimately, fundamentally, the way to secure our Republic. A Convention of States. Remember what I said. A very, very important movement," he concluded.

Levin has been talking about the Convention of States movement regularly since President Biden took office. As a founder of the recent Article V effort, he understands better than anyone that a Convention of States is the only way to get the federal government under control.

A Convention of States can propose constitutional amendments that limit federal power and spending, and mandate term limits for career politicians. It's the Founders' solution to federal overreach, and Levin argues, it's time we used it.

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