Conservative talk radio host and Ted Cruz supporter Mark Levin devoted ten minutes of his Thursday radio program to laying out the case that Donald Trump is not a true conservative, and that his willingness to compromise on basic issues is a bad omen for a potential Trump presidency.
Levin begins descibing Trump's apathetic reaction to North Carolina's 'bathroom bill'. "Leave it the way it is," Trump said. "People go, they use the bathroom that they feel is appropriate."
Levin disagreed. "This should be a no brainer for a conservative," Levin said about supporting the state bill forcing people to use the restrooms corresponding to their biological birth gender. "This should be a no brainer for any rational person."
Ted Cruz was similarly perplexed today by Trump's support for the transgender right to go to the bathroom of their choice, wondering: Have we gone stark raving nuts? Grown adult men, strangers, should not be alone in a bathroom with little girls...
Levin said that Trump's willingness to compromise on such a basic issue proves that his talk about being a conservative was just an "act," put on to win the Republican primary, and now that the primary has moved on to "liberal states" like Connecticut, Maryland and Pennsylvania -- Trump is going to start "acting" nore liberal.
"I'm just telling you folks something. Should he be the nominee, I honestly believe we're going to get crushed. This is just my opinon. His negatives are so damn high. Even with white males... But should he win. Many of you are going to be very disappointed. He will resort to the dealmaking. And dealmaking without principles is a very dangerous thing," Levin concluded.