And there you have it. Take it for what it’s worth.
Mark Levin, described by my Independent Journal Review colleague Mike Miller as “ever-mercurial,” promised last week that he’d be naming his endorsement, and here we are.
The infamous radio host may think Donald Trump is a bit of a RINO, and he once said he’d never vote for him, along with a fiery rant, captured by Breitbart:
“As a result of what the Trump supporters have attempted here, particularly Roger Stone, I am not voting for Donald Trump. Period. … And if anybody has a problem with that, Donald Trump, you can talk to Roger Stone. These bully, dirty tricks, Nixonian tactics, they’re only going to backfire. They’re only going to backfire. So, count me as never Trump.”…
“And if they piss me off one more time, I’m going to urge millions and millions of you, should he get the nomination, not to vote for him either.”
Now he’s announced a bit of a flip-flop:
“I’m gonna vote for Donald Trump. I’m gonna wind up voting for Donald Trump on Election Day.”
That wasn’t without qualifications, as Levin said:
“I take no responsibility for the dumb things he says or the dumb things his surrogates say.”
But Levin is now firmly aboard the Trump train, leaving only Glenn Beck standing as a major conservative radio host who opposes the GOP nominee.