Mark Levin Says Biden Tried Using ‘Same Stunts’ In Last’s Night Debate That He Tried On Paul Ryan In 2012. Trump Put A Stop To It.

On Wednesday, the morning after the presidential debate bloodbath that occurred on live television the previous evening, conservative commentator and Fox News host Mark Levin took to Facebook to provide some of his thoughts about the event.

In his analysis, Levin stated that Biden attempted to use many of the same tactics he used against Paul Ryan in the vice-presidential debate back in 2012 against President Trump, but noted the president “would have none of it.”

via Daily Wire:

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Levin recalled the vice-presidential debate between Biden and Ryan, in which Ryan ignored Biden’s histrionics and eschewed harshly attacking him, writing, “Biden pulled the same stunts on the president as he pulled on Paul Ryan eight years earlier, but Trump would have none of it. Biden was making faces, rolling his eyes, interrupting the president with laughs and jabs, and was long-winded, which the moderator allowed to a ridiculous level.”

Levin opined that fellow Fox News host and debate moderator Chris Wallace permitted Biden “much longer opportunities uninterrupted by the moderator to speak, which Biden used to hurl one nasty lie after another.” He added that Trump wouldn’t stand for that, as he “is a counter-puncher and often was forced to try to muscle his way in to address Biden’s list of attacks as he wasn’t given opportunities to reply.”

Levin ripped Wallace for exhibiting bias against the president, asserting, “The moderator’s liberal bias was obvious in the nature of many of the questions, as was his dislike of the president when he’d get into arguments with the president over policy while mostly letting Biden get away with whoppers.”

“The moderator knows the governors shut down the economy not the president, the moderator knows the president didn’t kill over 200,000 Americans, the moderator knows Antifa is a real group, the moderator knows that the “science” of man-made climate change is in dispute, etc., but it seemed like none and certainly little of his correcting or challenging was aimed at Biden or, even worse, he’d insert his views into the questioning and follow up,” Levin stated. “If he was truly interested in tax returns, why did he ignore Biden’s use of an S-1 corporation to get around paying over half a million dollars in payroll taxes, including Social Security, or mention that the New York Times article itself states that Trump paid approximately $24 million in the alternative minimum tax. If you’re going to bring it up, then get it right.”

Levin also went on to say in his post that some commentators were “more critical of the president than Biden,’ then went on to target the former vice president, noting, “Biden’s strategy was as a disrupter who was prepared with memorized attack lines and falsehoods, which he rattled off like a machine gun. Biden’s handlers figured such a debate — going from hiding in the basement and limiting press availability to a debate brawl — would continue to protect Biden from real scrutiny for his past record and his current embrace of truly extremist policies as set forth in his 110-page manifesto. Biden’s obvious strategy, plus the moderator’s predictable approach, was infuriating.”

Mark Levin couldn’t be more right on the money. The president ended up having to deal with two debate opponents instead of one. Yet, somehow, he managed to fend them both off and fire some shots across the bow that helped further reveal the inconsistencies in Biden’s platform and in some of the many things he’s said over the course of the presidential campaign season.

On top of that, he caused Biden to lose his cool, look unhinged, and disavow much of the left. I’d call that a success.