Glenn Beck Says that Electing Hillary Clinton ‘Is a Moral, Ethical Choice’
The Blaze founder Glenn Beck, a Mormon who is very popular among American conservatives, last Saturday urged his followers to abandon support of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
“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,” Beck wrote.
Beck’s latest attack on Trump was in response to the release of a private vulgar comment by Trump 11 years ago.
Beck is lucky that he is not in Brazil, because some controversial Brazilian conservatives use vulgar and filthy language, not in a private form, but openly, allegedly to “spread conservatism,” and they are praised, not condemned. Perhaps the Brazilian conservative culture is more rotten than in America.
Yet, if Beck is offended by an old private vulgar comment by Trump, why is not he offended by the many public immoral stances of Hillary Clinton? Piggish language really deserves oppositions, but such opposition should never be an excuse to support Hillary or another pro-abortion, pro-sodomy, socialist warmonger.
Beck’s opposition to Trump has been unrivaled in its vociferous invective. He regularly describes Trump as a Hitler-like psychopath with supporters Beck has compared to Nazi Brownshirts.
Beck has also given high visibility to anti-Trump individuals, including Trevor Loudon, whose blog said, “If Trump is elected, you will have the Russians… in the White House. Trump’s advisers are very connected to Vladimir Putin and Russia. Trump himself has many ties as well and is friends with Putin. This is why Putin will try to sabotage Clinton with leaked emails, etc.”
With information from Breitbart.
Portuguese version of this article: Glenn Beck diz que eleger Hillary Clinton “é uma escolha moral e ética”
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