It appears to us the #NeverTrump cabal had two kinds of members; those who honestly could not bring themselves to support Donald Trump because of his past personal conduct, and those who are actually closer to Hillary Clinton ideologically and opposed Donald Trump because they support amnesty for illegal aliens, open borders, Big Government, a no-win foreign policy or are wilfully blind to the Islamist threat.
Please tell us what you think: Who among the #NeverTrumpers are Redeemable and who are now Irrelevent?
TV host Glenn Beck attacked Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Thursday, saying “too many people are looking at Trump and believing that man has ever opened a Bible … that’s the biggest crock of bullcrap I’ve ever heard.”
Glenn Beck turned to his Facebook page late Wednesday night to blast the House Freedom Caucus over its support of Paul Ryan for House speaker. Calling Ryan a “man who asked to be made king,” the conservative radio personality said he felt betrayed by the hardline conservative group and accused it of selling out.
Glenn Beck says he would never vote for Donald Trump and that he's a constitutionalist, not a Republican. Beck normally has a good ear for what's going on in the conservative grassroots, but his near-endorsement of establishment spare prince Marco Rubio over country class message carrier Donald Trump shows a strange disconnect from the millions of constitutional conservatives who would run, not walk, from the Republican Party if a candidate like Rubio, Jeb Bush or John Kasich becomes the GOP’s 2016 presidential nominee.
Many conservatives and Tea Party activists think Glenn Beck's decision to leave the GOP was made much too early, especially since the fight to select the party’s 2016 nominee for president has not even formally begun yet.
Conservative radio host Glenn Beck announced on his radio show Wednesday morning that he has officially left the Republican Party. Beck, whose program appears on TheBlaze.com, said the GOP lost him when they said “they were going to stand against Obamacare and illegal immigration” and didn't keep their word.
How do you keep a party together when the leadership disdains its own base and their priorities and the base knows that and disdains them right back? Is there anything holding it together at this point beyond the simple math involved in coalition-building? GOP minus tea partiers equals President Hillary, right?
We appreciate Glenn Beck’s frustration, but if you want to change what’s going on in America today the battle is inside the Republican Party, not between the GOP and some yet-to-be-created third party. And if you want to win that battle don’t leave the Republican Party, change the Republican Party by running for precinct committeeman, county chairman or for the Republican nomination for office against a big government incumbent before you consider bolting the GOP.
Glenn Beck said that even if passing out teddy bears & soccer balls to illegal immigrant children entices more parents in Central Ameri. to send their children to the U.S., it was never his "intent" to lure more illegal immigrant kids to unlawfully enter the country or put more children in danger.
Glenn Beck took on Common Core State Standards on “The O’Reilly Factor,” arguing that it’s all about “control” and forcing students to “conform.” “You always talk about a culture war, and that’s really what Common Core is about.
Glenn Beck and FreedomWorks Pres. Matt Kibbe are coming to a major Tea Party rally, dubbed FreePAC Kentucky, in Mitch McConnell's back yard of Louisville -- and McConnell primary challenger Matt Bevin is a featured speaker.
Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity discussed the state of the establishment GOP, which both agreed is hostile to Tea Party conservatives. Beck said Repub. “progressivism” has pitted those who “believe in big gov't” against those fighting to restore the U.S. Constitution.
Glenn Beck revealed the name of a Repub senator who allegedly insinuated that supporters of FreedomWorks and the Senate Conservatives Fund are traitors to the party: Mitch McConnell.