The right-wing’s biggest icon of crazy, Glenn Beck, just shocked the conservative world in an interview with HBO’s Vice News Tonight. During the interview Beck said that he has “considered” voting for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton because he truly believes that Republican nominee Donald Trump is not fit to serve.
“I will tell you that it has crossed my mind,” he said about voting for Clinton.
“To vote for [Donald] Trump?” the interviewer asked.
“To vote for Hillary,” Beck responded. “It has crossed my mind. I think Donald Trump is so unstable, so dangerous, that it has crossed my mind.”
The former conservative television host said that he has never considered voting for Trump, though. Beck said that he ultimately decided that he can’t bring himself to vote for her, but in a Facebook post after the “Pussygate” comments, it seems he told his fans to do just that. On Saturday, the Mr. Chalkboard said that electing Hillary Clinton would be a “moral and ethical choice”:
“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. 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….The alternative does not offer a moral person the same opportunity. If one helps to elect an immoral man to the highest office, then one is merely validating his immorality, lewdness, and depravity”
Beck’s message is clear: Republican voters have an obligation to keep Donald Trump out of office. He is a depraved man who has no business in the Oval Office and voting for him only validates his deplorable nature.
Make no mistake, this is 100 percent an endorsement for Hillary Clinton whether he wants to admit it or not. There are only two people who have any shot at becoming the next president and he is very clearly telling his supporters Hillary is the better choice.
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