Radio host Mark Levin blasted voters who are so opposed to Donald Trump as a presidential candidate that they would vote for Hillary Clinton, or refuse to vote.
He said those people are "not conservatives," and are "frauds" and "buffoons."
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If Trump becomes the Republican candidate, those who do not support him against Hillary Clinton are "asinine," Levin said on his radio show, reported by Real Clear Politics
Levin, host of the Mark Levin Show, has endorsed Ted Cruz for president, reported by the Conservative Review
Levin said that even though he has voiced "grave concerns" about Trump, Levin would still support him against Clinton, adding that if voters agree that Clinton is a "criminal in waiting," then they will support Trump against her.
The radio host went on to slam Clinton, slaying she's "as virtually off her rocker, as left-wing socialist, as Bernie Sanders."
He questioned why voters who believe that Clinton had a role in the rise of ISIS, or had a role in Benghazi, would allow her to be elected president.
"How," he asked, "could you take any steps passively or affirmatively that would put that woman in the Oval Office?"
Levin urged voters who don't support Clinton to "fight" during the primaries and the convention to see the candidate of their choice nominated. But then, he said, voters must vote against Clinton.
"Don't let the left elect their favorite candidate," Levin said. "Not in this election."
Levin has criticized the current administration, as well. In a radio commentary, he said that the Obama administration is conspiring with Iran. In March, Levin defended Michelle Fields in her issues with Trump, reported The Right Scoop
Earlier, Levin took to Twitter and criticized commentator Geraldo Rivera's smearing of Cruz:
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