Fox News regular panelist Jonathan Hoenig is about as conservative as they come. But he announced yesterday that he’d vote for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders over Donald Trump – because either Democrat would be better for the economy than Trump.
In a discussion about the GOP civil war, Hoenig revealed just how much he detests Trump:
HOENIG: I think Trump would be inexorably worse than Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders in the presidency, if you care about capitalism and the future of this country.
…Donald Trump - I know he's supposed to be representing capitalism, free markets - a lot of people cannot get behind someone who advocates for tariffs or banning journalists from their events.
HOST ERIC BOLLING (quickly interrupting): Wait, wait, wait but answer the - the question was, if [Trump] doesn't get quite to 1237 [delegates], and here it is, 1236, you're OK to contest that convention?
HOENIG: Eric, I'll be voting for Bernie or Hillary if Trump's the nominee, so absolutely.
Also in this segment, Bolling either reversed course or disproved a report that Michelle Fields had lost her place on the show as a result of her filing assault charges against Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. At the beginning of the show, Bolling announced, “Michelle Fields isn't here today, but we look forward to having her back on soon."
Watch it below, from the March 19 Cashin’ In.
“Good Morning America” is covering yet more violence by the Trumpsters at rallies and Der Furor defending violence any and all violence against the protesters. This includes his violent campaign manager grabbing a protester and shoving him. Any truth to the rumor Der Furor’s online store is going to only produce clothing merchandise in shades of mud brown?
Combine Der Furor’s bigotry with thuggery aimed at shared liberal enemies and you can see why Eric Bolling has a rock solid boner for Trump.
“The debate should be about ideas, not threats, not fists.” http://www.newshounds.us/fox_s_plan_to_turn_eric_trump_into_a_liberal_media_victim_over_white_powder_threat_goes_off_the_rails_031916#ckSDEsBygPcu4t3k.99 … #CashinIn
It came from Richard’s post on this same show in which Hoenig said:
“That’s why I think It’s important that all the candidates speak out against any type of violence, any type of shenanigans like this hurled against any other candidate. It’s not to be accepted. The debate should be about ideas not threats, not fists, not anything that comes down to force.”
I gotta give him credit for it.
I keep hoping that maybe some of these meanie conservatives who have awakened to the moral menace of Trump (not just the “he’s not conservative enough” objections) will also realize how toxic the right-wing rhetoric has been and have a “Come together” moment.
Not likely, I know, but a girl can hope.
You have to understand: Hoe-pig, along with Sean Hannity, is one of few people I harbor the desire to punch right in the jaw if I’m ever in proximity to them — so, the fact I agree with them makes me slightly nauseous . . .
Mercurial Trump doesn’t talk policy but voices thin populist political talking points. So his idioitic vomit on trade policy isn’t realistic but simply an expression of frustration of a loss of American manufacturing jobs. The “Cashin’ In” panel like millions of Archie Bunker Republican voters aren’t paying attention to his non-existant policies but to him being un-politically correct in demonizing all the bogeymen like the Chinese Fox News and right-wing hate radio have constructed for decades.
That ‘common knowledge’ that republican Presidents are good for the economy is 100% bullshit.