Glenn Beck certainly did not hold anything back concerning how he feels about Donald Trump regarding his performance during Fox News’ August 6 debate, calling the billionaire a “son of a b**ch” (via The Hill):
Conservative radio host Glenn Beck called Donald Trump a "son of a bitch," and panned his performance in Thursday night's GOP presidential debate.
On his Friday broadcast, Beck argued that the GOP front-runner was a "big loser" in the first showdown between Republican candidates.
He is the most arrogant candidate next to the candidate called Barack Obama,” he said. “I mean, there’s nobody I’ve seen more arrogant than him.
“This guy will be Barack Obama times 10 with enemy lists,” Beck added of Trump’s unpopularity with other Republicans. “[He is] really dangerous.”
Beck admitted that Trump's inclusion produced entertaining political theater, calling it the "best presidential debate" he has ever seen.
“I could watch this as sports [if] my country wasn’t dying,” Beck quipped.
Trump instantly drew boos on Thursday evening by refusing to rule out a 2016 Oval Office bid as an independent.
Trump seemed to embody those remarks after he went after Fox’s Megyn Kelly, who was a debate moderator, along with Chris Wallace and Bret Baier. Post-debate, he told the press that Kelly’s questions, “Were not nice,” and that she “behaved very badly.”
Things got worse when he said in an interview with CNN’s Don Lemon how Kelly was pretty much unhinged–she wasn’t–saying, "She gets out and starts asking me all sorts of ridiculous questions…You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of her — wherever.”
These comments prompted Erick Erickson to disinvite Trump at the 2015 RedState Gathering in Atlanta on Saturday. Erickson released the following statement, which Katie reported on earlier this weekend:
I have tried to give a great deal of latitude to Donald Trump in his run for the Presidency.
I think that is true. And I’ve been very sympathetic to Donald Trump because so many of the people who have led the party astray refuse to even treat him as a legitimate candidate.
But I also think that while Mr. Trump resonates with a lot of people with his bluntness, including me to a degree, there are just real lines of decency a person running for President should not trust.
His comment was inappropriate. It is unfortunate to have to disinvite him. But I just don’t want someone on stage who gets a hostile question from a lady and his first inclination is to imply it was hormonal. It just was wrong.
Trump responded in an as expected fashion calling Erickson a “total loser.” Oh, and his supporters have sent Erickson hate mail, which only reinforced his decision to disinvite Mr. Trump from the Gathering. Erickson also read some the hate emails, which were colorful to say the least.
Last Note: via RedState: Andrew Breitbart and Michelle Malkin warned us about Trump.