Having said this, it has been quite discouraging to watch as the conservative media engage in a civil war over the Donald. As a person who thinks Donald Trump is not only unqualified to be POTUS, but he is unfit for the office, I cannot understand why people like Anne Coulter have openly supported Donald Trump. But at least she is not hiding her support. Its people like Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham that seem to be in the tank for Trump while feigning neutrality. I turned on Laura once in the past 4 months (after at one time listening to her every morning for at least 30 minutes before getting to work) and she was actually critical of Donald Trump, so I may have to reconsider my feelings toward her.
Sean Hannity, on the other hand, might as well just come out and support Trump, since he seems to be a full throated mouthpiece for the Trump campaign. Sean has said that he offers equal time all of the candidates, and while time wise that is true, as Red State points out equal time does not equate to equal treatment. While Sean asks the other Republican good hard questions, Trump gets almost exclusively slow pitch softball questions that a 10 year old could answer (of course Trump is about 10 years old in much of his thinking, so maybe that is all he can handle).
But its not just the softball questions that Sean asks; its his unabashed defense of Trump. This past week Sean has been ranting about what happened in Colorado trumpeting Trump's assertions that he was somehow cheated out of delegates in the Rocky Mountain State when how Colorado had (stupidly) decided to hand out their delegates was known LAST AUGUST. What really happened is that Trump got out-maneuvered by Ted Cruz and his superior ground game. The Donald lost because he had not hired the best people and is not running the greatest campaign ever.
I'm also disturbed by how Sean has overlooked a myriad of statements and actions by Trump (not just this year) that illustrate a lack of idealogical conviction, a lack of depth, and ultimately a person who is just not a true conservative. Just because he wants to build a wall, and "make a America Great Again" doesn't mean that he is a conservative. Pat Gray of the Glenn Beck program posted this on facebook as commentary to the above cited Red State article.
While i am not a huge Glenn Beck fan but Pat is spot on. Trump is not a Conservative and Hannity is letting his support for the guy cloud his judgement. I had not been a regular listener or watcher of Hannity for a while, but he has lost all credibility with me now, and I'm done with him for good."And when you claim on-air that "you can't think of a SINGLE issue where Trump's not conservative"...that one had to make even Trump himself, grimace.By the way, let me help you with that: Universal Healthcare.VERY not conservative.How about this? Eminent Domain. Not conservative.Let's not forget: Trade Tariffs. Not conservative.Funding Progressive Democrats so they can be re-elected? Super-mega-doppler, NOT conservative.Even WANTING Hillary at your wedding? Not conservative.On Abortion: "The law has to stay. Keep the law." On the other hand. When President: He'd "change the law." Not conservative.He supported, and as far as I can tell, is still fine with the Bailouts and TARP. He's had plenty of bailouts in his business life, so, why not? Well, because it's...not conservative.Attacking Megyn Kelly?!?!?! That's not even human, let alone conservative"