Mark Levin is clear that he’s not advocating this yet. But considering how certain Republican RINOs have gone out of their way to only back incumbents and destroy conservative candidates, Levin wonders what if we picked a RINO like that and told people not to vote for said RINO in the general election.
During the break I was thinking this – I’m not saying let’s do it, but I was thinking this:
What if during one of the general elections, where one of the RINOs is the candidate for Republicans and that particular RINO, perhaps an incumbent senator, has defeated a conservative in the primary using dirty tricks and sleazy tactics, overwhelming amounts of advertisements funded by, among others, the US Chamber of Crony Capitalism and the NRSC and Karl Rove. What if we picked one race and said don’t vote?
One state, one senator. What if we picked one race where one of these incumbents in particular was scheming behind the scenes and to some extent in front of us, to defeat as many conservative candidates in Republican primaries as possible in order to control the Senate should be become the majority leader.
Again, I’m not saying we should, I’m saying what if we did that?
If it is the purpose of the establishment in Washington, the ex-Bush aides, the Republican Hill staffers who are now working at these election committees, the US Chamber of Commerce, Karl Rove, Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, Eric Cantor and the rest, if it is their purpose to wipe us out in these primaries, then maybe we pick one and say maybe we’re going to wipe you out.
I’m not saying this to be provocative or controversial. I’m telling you it’s crossing my mind. I’m not saying I’m going to endorse it, but I am thinking about it.
If they’re going out of their way to destroy some truly, solid candidates, and in every case backed an incumbent, and in every case backed a RINO, and just pour millions of dollars into these races, then I don’t know why we shouldn’t educate these people and punch them back in the nose – pick one race and say you’re going to lose this race here. Because we’ve had enough of you. We don’t expect to win every race. That’s obviously not the nature of politics. But we don’t expect you to oppose us in every single race as well.
Again, just thinking about it. Not promoting it yet.
What do you think?