Dan Crenshaw Attacks Lin Wood and Michelle Malkin for Refusing to Blindly Support Georgia Senators

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-GA) is trying to put down the revolt that the Republican Party is experiencing from its constituents.

Crenshaw singled out attorney Lin Wood and pundit Michelle Malkin in particular while appearing on Megyn Kelly’s podcast for refusing to bow to the incredibly corrupt Georgia Republican Party.

“It’s very manipulative…they have no interest in you winning, they have no interest in you getting what you actually want,” Crenshaw told Kelly.

Crenshaw desperately wants conservative patriots to rally the troops behind RINOs Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue in Georgia. He believes that they are entitled to conservative votes, and they don’t have to earn them. This is the McCain-esque attitude that Crenshaw brings into the modern GOP.

“So much is at stake in a single election in a single state. It’s pretty historic. That’s why I was down there and will continue to go down there,” he said.

“This whole conspiracy theory about don’t go vote, that movement is just basically a Twitter movement perpetuated by opportunists,” Crenshaw added.

He also said falsely that Malkin was associated with “deeply racist, anti-Semitic groups” and “wants to lose.”

“Her power is derived from extra clicks and extra content and making you think that she’s the purest of the pure, like she’s the one who really understands you,” Crenshaw said.

The full clip can be heard here:

While Crenshaw accuses other groups of stealing Trump’s branding for their own ends, he is actually more guilty of perpetuating this phenomenon than almost anyone.

Big League Politics reported on how Crenshaw was a Never Trumper who called President Trump a bigoted “idiot” before it became politically advantageous for Crenshaw to act like a Trump supporter:

Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) likes to market himself to the MAGA faithful these days, but when Trump was running for President, he found himself among the ‘Never Trump’ faithful.

In a since-deleted Facebook post, Crenshaw responded to a video about Biblical verses that are deemed harsh by the Left. He used it as an opportunity to bash not only Trump, but also throw Christianity under the bus.

“This video actually shows that western civilization, largely founded on Christian values, has progressed and reformed to be what it is today,” he wrote. “Those violent biblical verses are shocking to modern day Christians because we grew out of that a LONG time ago.”

Crenshaw followed his anti-Christian remark up with a tacit endorsement of gay marriage, criticizing modern Christians who oppose the anti-biblical practice.

“The worst thing modern Christianity currently stands for is anti-homosexual marriage, which is a far cry from sex slaves, sharia law, and beheadings,” Crenshaw wrote.

This is when he launched attacks against Trump because the future president spoke harshly about the importation of Muslims from countries that hate America.

“Trump’s insane rhetoric is hateful, yes. But worse, it takes away from a much more important conversation: the reform of Islam. There are plenty of moderate Muslims who could lead this effort, but they are hindered by America’s divided stance on the issue,” Crenshaw wrote.

“On the one hand you have idiots like Trump, and on the other you have equally ignorant liberals who refuse to acknowledge a problem at all,” Crenshaw added. “The rest of us in the middle are getting sick of it.”

A screenshot of Crenshaw’s post from Dec. 2015 can be seen here:

When Crenshaw wrote that post, he never imagined Trump would be elected by the American people the following year. He has since reinvented himself as a Trump supporter, but still works to subvert the President’s “America First” agenda on foreign policy.

Crenshaw is attacking Wood, Malkin, and other authentically pro-MAGA voices because he wants the Republican Party to go back to the days of George W. Bush. He is a dangerous wolf in sheep’s clothing.

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