George Will got some bad news from FOX News last week. Maybe he can take a job over at CNN, we hear they’re always looking for people who hate Trump and his supporters…
George Will just couldn’t help himself in this Washington Post opinion piece in where in August 2015, he didn’t only bash Trump, but went on to criticize and denigrate his supporters:
Conservatives who flinch from forthrightly marginalizing Trump mistakenly fear alienating a substantial Republican cohort. But the assumption that today’s Trumpites are Republicans is unsubstantiated and implausible. Many are no doubt lightly attached to the political process, preferring entertainment to affiliation. They relish their candidate’s vituperation and share his aversion to facts. From what GOP faction might Trumpites come? The establishment? Social conservatives? Unlikely.
They certainly are not tea partyers, those earnest, issue-oriented, book-club organizing activists who are passionate about policy.
As Will went out of his way to trash Trump and his supporters, Trump responded in kind on Twitter:
George Will, one of the most overrated political pundits (who lost his way long ago), has left the Republican Party.He's made many bad calls
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 26, 2016
And now for the good news…
Last night it was announced that British Brexit UKIP leader and Trump supporter Nigel Farage was hired by Fox News. Today, Fox News announces they have declined to renew the contract of the ‘nevertrumper‘ George Will.
Americans have come to know and love the UK’s Nigel Farage as the King of the Brexit. He’s also become a friend and advisor to Donald J. Trump.
A genuine political revolution has taken place in America https://t.co/WdTEFnJsHY
— Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) January 20, 2017