Glenn Beck Will Oppose Trump Even If It Means Hillary Wins


I never saw this coming.  I wonder if Beck’s court “historian” David Barton who has said that Christians who do not support Trump will need to answer to God, will still appear on the show.  Should be interesting.

Here is the CNN report:

Conservative political commentator and media personality Glenn Beck said opposing Donald Trump is a “moral, ethical” choice — even if that results in Hillary Clinton becoming the next president.

The outspoken opponent of the GOP’s presidential nominee wrote on Facebook over the weekend that every voter had to decide for themselves what constitutes “a bridge too far,” after the release of footage last week in which Trump can be heard making lewd and sexually aggressive comments about women.

“It is not acceptable to ask a moral, dignified man to cast his vote to help elect an immoral man who is absent decency or dignity,” Beck wrote on Facebook in reference to Trump. “If the consequence of standing against Trump and for principles is indeed the election of Hillary Clinton, so be it. At least it is a moral, ethical choice.”

Beck, who founded media venture TheBlaze after rising to prominence as host of his eponymous radio and TV show, campaigned for Texas Sen. Ted Cruz during the Republican primaries, and has consistently criticized Trump throughout the primary campaign and even after Cruz endorsed him.

He joined a growing chorus of conservative leaders over the weekend who are appealing to Trump to withdraw his candidacy for president, adding that a vote for the businessman was “validating his immorality, lewdness, and depravity.”

But Beck said his public stance against Trump did not equate to unfettered support for the Democratic presidential nominee.

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One thought on “Glenn Beck Will Oppose Trump Even If It Means Hillary Wins

  1. Another one from the “Strange New Respect Dept.,” but necessary “historical context” of Beck’s finances and recent behavior is puzzlingly missing…

    Balfe fired back in a statement to, saying, “I feel terrible for Glenn and I hope he finds the help that he needs.” Now he’s fighting back in court.

    Balfe, who was fired from Mercury in December 2014, filed a countersuit against Beck, claiming that Beck himself was the problem. The complaint, obtained by The Daily Beast, says that “Beck has driven [Mercury] into the ground due to his own erratic behavior, excessive spending, and mismanagement.” Balfe’s lawsuit alleges that Beck’s own behavior and decisions led to the company’s financial burdens.


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