Glenn Beck’s prognostication is salient
Glenn Beck guested on This Week with George Stephanopoulos. Donald Trump was the recurring theme like he is on every mainstream media outlet.
Beck missed no punches as he said he will not vote for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. He said he sees the potential for a civil war. Beck seemed very serious. Based on the grapevine, one wonders what is brewing on the Right.
Here is the text/transcript.
George Stephanopoulos: You’ve got a lot of people talking about a third party, including Senator Ben Sasse if Trump does get the nomination. What does that mean?
Glenn Beck: That’s not necessarily — wait a minute. That’s not the games on the convention floor. A third party — I won’t vote for Donald Trump. I won’t vote for Hillary Clinton. And anybody who says a vote against Donald Trump is a vote for Hillary Clinton, stop playing those games. You know, I just saw on your deal, one of the callers said, you know, they’re the lesser of two evils. Well, I’m not going to vote for evil. I don’t care if it’s lesser than the other evil; I’m not going to vote for it.
George Stephanopoulos: So you’re looking for a third option if Trump gets the nomination.
George Stephanopoulos: Yes, but not the options of the party playing politics to break us apart at the convention. That leads to civil war on the floor and quite honestly it could lead to civil war in the country. You cannot lie to people, play with their feelings. People actually believe in something, and that’s what the GOP has forgotten. They believe in themselves; they believe in their own power; and they are using man to be able to entrench themselves in that power and in that profit. You cannot continue to disenfranchise people and play with their emotions.