Talk radio megastar Mark Levin signed off for the year with a double-barrelled blast at the Wall Street Journal for suggesting that conservative infighting will make Hillary Clinton the next president.
In a Facebook post, Levin said the final straw for him was a WSJ column about Clinton under the headline, “Let’s Elect Hillary Now. We want a president we can loathe all of the time — not support some of the time.”
Typed Levin: “Does it get any dumber than these guys? Delusional. Unprincipled. Cronies.”
In his post, he hit the author, Bret Stephens, the prize-winning deputy page editor. See below:
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Funny. Last week I posted that Fox’s attacks on conservatives are going to elect Hillary. Next thing you know, a WSJ editorial page staffer, paid by Murdoch who also owns Fox, accuses me of the same thing. Bret Stephens is a mouthpiece for amnesty, like the rest of the amnesty ideologues at the WSJ. And he’s a jester for big government Republicans and corporatists. He’s part of the same lame crowd that trashed the Tea Party over the debt. That would be the Tea Party that delivered the GOP both houses of Congress and record state legislative and gubernatorial victories. Conversely, Stephens and his ilk backed Boehner to the end as they back McConnell and Ryan now. Even Ryan is criticizing the Boehner budget process. And the WSJ helped deliver us two terms of Obama with their early and constant propaganda for McCain and Romney.
Meanwhile, the GOP and Stephens celebrate one of the lousiest budgets in modern times and, of course, attack conservative critics as purest hellbent on electing Hillary. Does it get any dumber than these guys? Delusional. Unprincipled. Cronies. I’ll have more to say upon my return to the airwaves early next year.
Paul Bedard, the Washington Examiner’s “Washington Secrets” columnist, can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hillary Clinton “believes it is critical that everyone has a full and fair hearing,” the spokeswoman said.
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