Glenn Beck has railed against Trump for months, but now he makes a new prediction, and says he will stand by it.
He did NOT say he’s happy about it, but Beck declared on his show Wednesday that there’s just no way around it – Trump will be America’s next president.
He called Donald Trump “divisive” and got in an even greater jab at Trump supporters, saying they are “not constitutionalists.”
From his website, below is a transcript of his comments:
GLENN: Hello, America. I’m going to make a prediction about Donald Trump. I could say he’s going to be the nominee of the Republican Party. But I think that’s obviously a foregone conclusion. Here’s my prediction, and I stand by it: Donald Trump is going to be the next president of the United States.
GLENN: And I don’t think there’s any way around it. I believe Donald Trump will beat Hillary Clinton. And here’s why: The — Hillary Clinton is such a flawed candidate. I’ve said this for a long time. My shoe would beat Hillary Clinton, right? Anything — a rock will beat Hillary Clinton. That’s why I said, “This is our biggest chance, our biggest chance to beat Hillary Clinton.” And my theory was, because nobody is going to cross over to vote for the Republicans, per se. But if the Republicans would unite and they would unite around constitutional principles, we could win and restore the nation.
But what’s happening is Donald Trump is a divisive figure. And a lot of people, you know, disagree with me. They think we’re the divisive ones. Fine. Whatever. Those people who are supporting Donald Trump are, most of them, who have been on the bandwagon before, are not constitutionalists, not people who actually believed in the principles of the Tea Party. Some of them were Tea Party goers, but they have been so badly beaten and disenfranchised by the G.O.P., by the — by the entire government, by culture, that they just want somebody to stop the madness.
But that’s not the key to the success here. The key to success here is star power. And somebody from the outside that is going to shake things up. And I believe — after looking at the exit polls last night, I believe the number — and, Stu, you’ll have to look this up. I believe the number was 30 percent of Democrats that said they will cross over and vote for Donald Trump. Now, 40 percent of Republicans say they’re not happy with Donald Trump.
Let’s say 20 percent actually stick by that. Let’s say 20 percent actually stick by that and say, for principles, I’m not going to do it. I’ll find another party, or I just won’t for that level on the ticket. Ten percent, probably maybe — maybe 20 percent will just stay home, and they’ll say, “It doesn’t matter.” But if you can get 30 percent — when was the last time you ever saw a poll that said 5 percent of Democrats would vote for a Republican? Certainly not 30 percent in an exit poll that say they would cross over. That shows how weak of a candidate she is.
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