Radio host Mark Levin is sore loser. Poor Markie. He put all of his eggs in one basket, and then his boy, Ted Cruz, dropped the basket and busted up all the eggs. What a shame that millions of Republicans, in their higher wisdom, rejected Cruz and, by extension, the tireless if not tiresome pro-Cruz arguments of Mark Levin. Thereupon, Levin's radio show morphed into something of a pity party and another outlet for the Never Trump chorus.
By default, this could help Hillary take the White House. If that happens, Levin will arguably share in the blame for years to come.
However, the intense, sometimes bitter competition between Mark Levin and Michael Savage may be the thing fueling Levin's public tantrum. Radio hosts live or die on ratings. Savage was doubtless a key in Trump's victories. Trump's win affirms and magnifies Savage's clout, arguably to the benefit of his ratings, whereas the loss by Cruz diminishes the potency and relevance of Levin.
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