Mark Levin Stopped Short of Making an Endorsement in South Carolina — but He Made His Opinion Clear
GREENVILLE, S.C. – Talk radio host Mark Levin seemed to all but endorse Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for president at the Conservative Convention Thursday, but stopped short of naming names.
Levin asserted to about 5,000 people gathered for the event that “it’s time for all conservatives to come home now and do the right thing.”
“It’s time for all conservatives to come home now and do the right thing and if you are conservative, you know what the right thing is, and you know what I mean,” Levin asserted.
The conservative radio personality wasn’t big on naming names in general. At one point, he apparently talked about Presidents Calvin Coolidge and Ronald Reagan.
“So we’ve had basically two conservative presidents in the past century who held office for 15 years combined,” he said. “What do you say we elect a third one?”
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