Levin slams ‘pom pom boys and girls’ at Fox for Trump hype; Hannity says ‘I’ve been more than fair’

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Conservative radio host Mark Levin says he’s has had enough of the Trump cheerleaders over at Fox News.

Levin blasted the network news giant Wednesday for parroting Trump and his supporters after he won the New York primary on Tuesday. Levin thought Fox’s coverage was as disproportionate as the delegates the Republican presidential contenders have been winning.

With Trump taking 91 delegates in New York for winning 525,000 votes and Cruz taking 36 delegates for winning even more votes in Wisconsin (531,000) a frustrated Levin sounded off on why no one at Fox seemed to be discussing it.

The Fox News Channel – the Donald Trump super PAC – hasn’t discussed any of this, all day long. Instead, the pom pom boys and girls are dancing all over the place. Telling you that everything’s changed, even though nothing’s changed. They repeat what Donald Trump says. They repeat what his sycophants say, his surrogates say.


Of course, both Democrat contenders Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders trounced the GOP candidates comparatively, getting the lion’s share of votes in the deep blue state.

Frustrated by the triumphant tone surrounding Trump’s win, Levin warned about large blue states, “[Republicans] are going to lose the popular vote and have to win by the Electoral College.”

He asked his listening crowd if they want to think twice about demanding an election by popular vote.

Levin isn’t the only high-profile conservative sounding off at Fox for a perceived favoritism for Trump. Fox News’ Sean Hannity got in a heated discussion with Ted Cruz over Trump on Tuesday.

Cruz was asked to clarify the “confusing” delegate system which he had controversially won in Colorado. Cruz dismissed the question as something only Trump supporters care about, and accused his GOP opposition of “whining.”

“Senator, why do you do this?” an agitated Hannity shot back. “Every single time — no, you gotta stop!”

“Every time I have you on the air and I ask you a legitimate question, you try to throw this in my face, I’m getting sick of it!”

Hannity later used his television spot to defended his reaction insisting he’s been “more than fair” to Cruz.

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You can watch the video via Fox News’ “Hannity” below.


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