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Rabbi Yehuba Levin Makes a Bizarre First Impression on 'The Ed Show' (VIDEO)

by Jeremy Taylor, posted Oct 15th 2010 4:25PM
Ultra-orthodox Rabbi Yehuba Levin was by the side of New York Gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino when Paladino made his controversial anti-gay remarks. When Paladino later apologized for those remarks, Levin rescinded his endorsement of Paladino, which should give you a good idea of his perspective on things. Levin explained his change of heart on The 'Ed Show' (weekdays, 6 PM ET on MSNBC).

But, before doing so, he said this:

"Ed, thank you so much for having me. In the interest of full disclosure and transparency, you're not appearing with me in the same room, where I could punch you in the nose,' Levin told Schultz, while feigning a punch.

"You have me on some set where I feel like I am under concentration camp conditions . . . And I have this light shinning in my eyes. So let everybody know I'm arguing under affirmative action standards."

Schultz, who is no stranger to rhetorical excess himself, had a pretty priceless split screen reaction to Levin's bizarre disclaimer.

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