(Liberty247.com) -- Conservative talk show radio host and former Chief of Staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese under Ronald Ragan, Mark Levin is furious with Barack Obama and Eric Holder for the negative remarks they made about local police in the wake of the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases. Many other Conservatives share his outrage, but Levin believes he may have insight into the motives of the administration. He thinks there may be an overarching goal in the negativity toward police: the nationalization of all the country’s police forces.
A recent article in the Conservative Tribune examines Levin’s views:
“What’s going on there?” Levin said. “It’s a war on the cops. They want to nationalize local police departments. Nationalize them to ruin them. To control them.”
Control of as many people as possible has definitely been a common theme of the Obama presidency. Levin cited numerous examples of this push to turn the public against cops and control the police from the federal level.
“All of a sudden every cop is supposed to wear a video camera. Why? Because they can’t trust be trusted don’t you know? All of a sudden all the police departments are overly-militarized. Why? Has somebody been shot with a tank?”
Levin went on. “All of the sudden you can’t profile. But of course you have to profile on a legitimate basis. It’s done all the time. Obama does it endlessly.”
The talk show host then listed other pieces of the puzzle that are being used to push toward a liberal goal.
“We get a grand jury decision out of New York and all of a sudden the whole grand jury process is corrupt. It didn’t matter that there were blacks on the grand jury. Oh, no, that doesn’t matter,” he stated.
“It didn’t matter that the sergeant in charge was a female black. That doesn’t matter, we only learned that five days after the fact.”
Many observers on the right feel Obama and Holder have shown their willingness to exploit a crisis to advance their own agenda for the country. Some of that agenda is public, such as the administration’s stance on immigration. But some of the agenda may still be hidden, and time will reveal where Obama stands on the issue of policing the country.