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Is This Major Conservative Voice Having A Mental Breakdown?

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The Blaze owner Glenn Beck is still hoping mad Sen. Ted Cruz left Jonestown to help save the country by supporting Donald Trump. Earlier this week, Beck went after Cruz for supporting the GOP nominee and he hasn’t stopped. He interviewed the Texas senator on his show and basically ripped him apart. Cruz didn’t back down and put country before his allegiance to Beck.

Beck even stated he should have backed Sen. Marco Rubio, which in my opinion was a very low blow. I fully disagree with Beck’s tone here and his nervous stances. He is just plain WRONG. We all have the right to vote our consciences and Ted is sitting in an entirely different place than we all are. Cruz is in the US Senate and has to try to work as effectively as possible there.

For Beck to continue this whiny attitude is so unbecoming.

From Yahoo News:

Beck, who campaigned for Cruz in the primaries, made his comments after amarathon grilling session in which he pressed the Texas senator on his Friday endorsement of Donald Trump.

“For the for the very first time I heard Ted Cruz calculate,” Beck said of his interview with Cruz. “And when that happened, the whole thing fell apart for me. And it’s my fault. It’s my fault for believing men can actually be George Washington. It’s my fault.”

The conservative radio host even went as far as to suggest he should have endorsed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in the primaries.

“I should have said, ‘You know who can win? You know who can beat Hillary Clinton? Marco Rubio,'” Beck told his national radio audience. “‘I may disagree with him on the Gang of Eight [immigration bill], but there’s about 80% that I do agree with him on, and he’s kind of a politician, but he’s a different kind of politician. He’s a Hispanic, he can win — let’s go for it.’”

He added about Cruz: “To become the politician is disappointing. Really disappointing. … He’s still a good man, he’s just a politician first.”

Beck, still frustrated with Cruz, later lamented: “The interview pissed me off. That was so calculated that it was stunning to me.”

“What I said is this is a binary choice. I wish it were not a binary choice,” Cruz told Beck. “As you know, I tried very very hard, as did you, to prevent it from being a binary choice between Hillary and Donald Trump.”

I backed Trump over Cruz, but I am extremely grateful to him and all that he does for not only for his Texas constituents but for We The People. I am embarrassed for what we have become as a people when we are attacked for making decisions that do not agree with the collective.

Do you think Beck went too far? Do you think Beck is starving for attention and using this to catapult his failing empire from the ruins where it currently resides? Share your opinion below and let me know what you think about this rift.

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