#NeverTrump Conservative Now Says He’ll Vote For Trump: “THE MEDIA NEEDS TO BE DESTROYED”

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Writer and radio host Derek Hunter has been in the #NeverTrump category for months but he’s come around and now says he’ll vote for Trump. He offers some very good reasons for doing so.

Hunter outlined his position in a column for Townhall:

Why I Now Feel Compelled To Vote For Trump

Last time a Clinton was on the ballot, I voted for Ross Perot. My vote didn’t deny Bob Dole the White House, but I confess I felt a smug sense of satisfaction in “refusing to settle.” I sure showed them, didn’t I?

I haven’t been as vocal as other “Never Trump” writers, but neither have I hidden my dislike or tempered my criticism. In a field of 17 Republican candidates, Donald Trump wouldn’t have been my 18th choice. I’m still not a fan. But they didn’t just ask me; they asked everyone. And more of everyone chose Donald Trump.

I couldn’t do it, I just couldn’t. For countless reasons I’ve covered over the last year, I dug in my heels and proudly basked in my self-satisfaction. I still defended Trump in this column and on social media when he was wrongly attacked by the left and the media, but I was steadfast in my opposition to the man.

One of Hunter’s main motivations is our corrupt media:

More than anything, I can’t sit idly by and allow these perpetrators of fraud to celebrate and leak tears of joy like they did when they helped elect Barack Obama in 2008. I have to know I weighed in not only in writing but in the voting booth.

The media needs to be destroyed. And although voting for Trump won’t do it, it’s something. Essentially, I am voting for Trump because of the people who don’t want me to, and I believe I must register my disgust with Hillary Clinton.

Hunter is absolutely right about the media.

They have been incredibly biased in past elections but this one was a turning point. Our media has effectively become an arm of the state.

The whole reason they have First Amendment protections is to look out for “we the people” not the state.

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