Mark Levin Just Revealed Surprising Reason GOP May Lose Election – It’s Not What You Think

Talk-show host Mark Levin just issued a dire prediction for the Republicans and their chances of winning the presidential election.

Levin believes it’s not Donald Trump’s mouth that will cost him the election, but rather, his Twitter account . . .


“As a matter of fact, I’m starting to think we’re not going to win. It’s actually been in the back of my mind for some time now,” Levin said. “I fear we’re going to get blown out, and part of it is tactics, and part of it quite frankly is Donald Trump’s tweeting problems.”

Levin is worried Trump is shooting himself in the foot. Adding there’s a sordid strangeness to Trump’s tweets Levin said, “He tweets like he has Tourette’s, like he’s obsessed. Nothing personal, but it gets crazier and crazier, and it’s turning off more and more people.”

Trump’s support among blue-collar workers remains strong, according to recent favorability statistics. But, as Levin pointed out, “These negative numbers are coming in big time. A negative view of Trump: 70 percent of women, 72 percent of millennials, 83 percent of blacks, 77 percent of Hispanics. Here you go, 68 percent of suburbanites.” (Read more from “Mark Levin Just Revealed Surprising Reason GOP May Lose Election – It’s Not What You Think” HERE)

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  • obamasux

    Better listen to the Great One (Mark Levin)!

    • Linda

      My GREAT ONE is JESUS CHRIST (The Son of God ).
      He is our ONLY HOPE.

      • obamasux

        Yes, I agree. They call Levin “the Great One” as a throwback reference to Jackie Gleason, whom, I would venture to guess, both of us remember.

        • Linda

          Yep, I’m 70 yr & remember him very well.

          • deanbob

            “How sweet it is!”

          • raynbene

            I can’t wait to hear some ‘travelin’ music’ when the gay muslime communist Kenyan bastard leaves the White house ! Away we go ! !

          • gene456

            I wonder what tune they play when they march Booga-Booga and his monkey wife to prison.

    • gene456

      You mean FORMER Great One.

      I don’t know what’s gotten into Mark Levin lately. I used to like him a lot, but his anti-Trump rhetoric has been too much for me. Trump seems to be good enough for Mark’s mentor Rush Limbaugh and fellow Limbaugh protege Sean Hannity. Why then isn’t Trump good enough for Mark?

      Like Megyn Kelly, Karl Rove, Charles Krauthammer, Steven Hayes, Bernard Goldberg, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, as well as the GOP establishment, I think Mark Levin is going to hurt himself with his incessant Trump-bashing. It doesn’t do Mark or the party any good. Trump is winning this race fair and square. His victory should be respected and supported by all Republicans.

  • G03Maxine

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    In other words, a vote for Trump is a vote for Hillary!
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    or as Tim Lubinus (Executive Director of the Baptist Convention Iowa) … when questioned on another matter … put it:
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    “Anyone who REALLY doesn’t want Hillary to be president SHOULD DO EVERYTHING THEY CAN TO SUPPORT TED CRUZ” [emphasis mine].
    .

    • Dowhatsrigh

      This whole mess was orchestrated by the Political Party”s power brokers. They stand to lose if Trump wins because for years the Political Party Power brokers threatened all the elected officials and candidates with withholding the Party’ support if they, the elected officials or candidates, did not do as the Power Brokers wanted. Well Trump is showing them that you can win without their backing and without the media’s backing. The Party can not have that, so they used the old trick of having a PAC release the photo of Trump’s wife knowing that Trump would think that Cruz did it. Then they had Rubio’s people release the story about Cruz’s affair knowing that would result in angering the voters by involving candidates family. This would guarantee a open convention. Then the party can control who will be selected. The reason that they used the PAC was so they would have deniability of causing the mess and they hope to stop the Republican Party members from holding the Party leaders responsible. This is the main reason for all these PAC’s.

    • gene456

      “… a vote for Trump is a vote for Hillary”
      – Total BS. They said the same exact thing about Reagan at this point in 1980 – that the Democruds want to run against him, that he would be another Goldwater, and that he would be so easy to beat. And yet Reagan went on that November to win by a landslide. If the Clintonistas and other Democruds truly thought that Trump was so easy to beat, they would NEVER complain about him so much.

      Don’t listen to what they say; look at what they do.

  • Dowhatsrigh

    No, What could cause Trump and the Republicans to lose it the dirty tricks the Party Power brokers are using to try and stop Trump. The photo of Trump’s semi nude pose for CQ was released and Cruz said he had nothing to do with it. He said it was a PAC that paid for the ad. Well first of all that is the oldest trick in the book. They put dirty tricks out under some PAC name so the candidate can deny any responsibility. In this case, I believe the Party Power Brokers OK’d this ad to purposely get Trump to respond. Then they hollow about how bad it is to bring the wives into this mess and they blame Trump. None of the media says that Cruz started it with the ad on Trump’s wife. This whole mess is nothing more than the Republican Party leaders trying to keep their power of chosing who will run and who will not. It is reported that 40% of the Republicans will leave the party if the leaders block Trump from being the candidate.

    • Tucker

      If Trump and his wife didn’t want people to see the picture, they never should have agreed to have it published in GQ magazine. It was already out there for the world to see. However, it was an anti-Trump PAC, not affiliated with Cruz, that put it on Facebook. They supported Cruz in Utah because he had the best chance to win there. Cruz disavowed the ad, and took the high road saying that Melania was a lovely woman and Heidi was the love of his life. Trump escalated it from there. Michael Savage, a Trump supporter, says he will withdraw his support from Trump if Trump doesn’t disavow the National Enquirer hit piece. Savage says he has it from a creditable source at the magazine that there is no truth to the article. The owner of the National Enquirer is a friend of Trump’s who often flies on his plane. Same magazine did hit pieces on Dr. Carson among others. Same magazine has endorsed Trump.

      • deanbob

        The NI did a similar (to the one on Cruz) on Obama (and mistresses) that was proven false.

        • Walker

          LIe, lie, lie!!!

          • deanbob

            Off your meds?

          • deanbob

            Do you know how to read?

      • Walker

        YOu idiot, those pictures were taken over 20 years ago. Trump had not even met her.

        • Tucker

          Fact: The picture was taken in the year 2000.
          Fact: Donald and Melania had been dating for about 2 years it was taken.
          Fact: Donald was all in favor of the photo shoot–the picture was taken on his plane!
          Fact: GQ UK just republished the pictures earlier this month–PAC must have found it then.
          Observation: Trump supporters tend to be hateful name callers (as your posts show).

    • Mike Ponte

      Hey moron,the pics of Trumps wife semi nude was released by herself when she posed naked for GQ magazine,if you have a problem with them i suggest you take it up with her. Mr Cruz had nothing ZERO to do with the Anti Trump super pac who posted the very same pics that Trump had no problem with till now.

      • Dowhatsrigh

        Mike First of all the pictures were released to GQ for their use with her approval and copyrights do apply. Second it was reported today that the story about Cruz’s affari came from Rubio’s people not Trump. To me this means that the Republican Party Power brokers use Rubio’s people to get the whole mess started in their attempt to halt Trump. Third your little name calling added nothing to your point of argument, so maybe you need to rethink who is the moron.

        • Walker

          AMEN! but you can’t really make a point with someone who REFUSES to listen to reason.
          Go Trump!

    • MikefromNC

      You love that Trump Kool-Aid, huh?
      You’ve bought every bit of the nonsense he puts out. You just make up your own reality and that’s the way it is.
      PT Barnum had you nailed.

      • deanbob

        They just refuse to acknowledge the polling data. I say to anyone, if you believe the polls are not accurate, refute it with facts or factual evidence.

      • Dowhatsrigh

        Mike Your reference to kool Aid I assume is in reference to the Jones cult. That shows you know very little about politics or religious cults for that matter. Maybe you should listen a little more and determine the truth from fiction because today, it was released that the story about Cruz’a affair came from Rubio’s people not Trump. Also maybe you should think a little before attacking someone else’s opinion without any facts or data to support your point. This is a classic “wag the dog” trick used by politicians for years. Hillary is using it right now and you don’t see it because you are blinded by your own ignorance and bias.

        • deanbob

          Those Rubio allegations have come from liberal blogs and rags. Do you have any FACT(s) to support your allegation?

          • Walker

            Those Rubio FACTS came from conservative websites. I only read the conservative websites. Nice try, but you lied.

          • deanbob

            Got a link? I’ll be waiting. No post means you’re a liar.

          • MikefromNC

            Crickets…

          • gene456

            … in your empty head.

          • Dowhatsrigh

            Only those sites that posted it. As of yet there has been no way of obtaining fact because that is the way that it is designed. This is the oldest trick in the book and it can be used so many ways. In almost every election you see these charges made and denied. Like the one made against the Car dealer in Cleveland that would have won the senate seat a year or so back. He was charged with molesting a woman in his office at the car dealership. He denied it and went to trial. Well after the election and just before the trial the woman dropped the charges. If she went to court she would have been exposed as a political activist and her action would have been criminal. So, she dropped the charges and no one has any chance of proving her a liar as the only two people involved were her and him. That is why this dirty trick is used so often.

        • MikefromNC

          Actually that’s just more evidence that you’ll fall for any load of BS that makes you feel better about what you’ve chosen to believe.
          It’s classic “denial” and you’ve got it bad.

          • Dowhatsrigh

            Mike really all you have is your bias. You present no fact nor even valid points. How anything you have posted can be even in the same universe as evidence is totally insane. Next, maybe you need to study what denial means, but you feel that if you think it, it must be true. So liberal like.

      • Walker

        I am ashamed that you are from NC. my home state. But actually, the majority of voters in NC are smarter than you . .. they voted for Trump.
        Go Trump!!!

        • deanbob

          Way to go Dale Carnegie!

        • MikefromNC

          Fortunately, I couldn’t care less what you think of me or my state.

          • Dowhatsrigh

            Now you are acting like Trump…Why is it bad for him but OK for you. That is what we need someone that tells it like it is. I too am a conservative and a Christian and that is why I am voting for Trump. This political correctness must end it is ruining our country. I do not want men using women’s bathroom and I do not want to have to help homosexual celebrate. I want my right to follow my religious and my rights to say what they are.

      • Paul

        Mike, I have no issues with your opinion, after all this is the USA. I am, however, curious to find out if you support the Liberals. If so, I’d like to remind you that it does not matter what party you support; they are ALL corrupt and self serving. The only thing that matters to them is their power over us and our money. What I’d like to hear is how many of we the people are willing to put aside our indifferences and support the American people. We must unite as one nation or face total destruction and the end of our way of life. Can we at least agree on that?

        • MikefromNC

          Paul – I detest liberal ideology. I would never vote for Clinton or Sanders, and I can’t imagine why I’d ever vote for anyone who chose to have a D next to their name.
          I am a Constitutional conservative. I’m also a Christian. I believe the way we reclaim our country is to follow the Constitution and restore Judaeo-Christian values and principles, just like our Founders did.
          So I therefore believe it is critical to choose leadership that is familiar with The Constitution and The Bible. Trump has made it clear he has no clue what either one says, while Cruz has shown himself to be intimately familiar with and completely committed to both.
          Does that help explain my position?

      • gene456

        Exactly what “nonsense” has Trump put out? Be specific.

        • MikefromNC

          Oh, let’s see…

          Just this week he said the top three priorities of the federal government are security (agreed), healthcare and education. The second two are not even functions of the federal government much less top priorities. Then he threw in “safe neighborhoods” as another federal function.

          He supported the bank bailouts and the auto bailouts. He supports eminent domain for private use. He supports affirmative action. he wants to purposely and specifically kill the family members of ISIS fighters. He supports ethanol subsidies.

          Just a few, for starters.

          • Walker

            What the hell are you smoking!! You don’t know that we have a Dept. of Health and Human Services, and a Dept. of Education in Washington?? Can you really, really be that stupid??
            And your second paragraph is 100% lies. You may be one of the most ignorant posters that I have ever read.

          • MikefromNC

            You truly are the epitome of “low information voter” aren’t you? The powers of the federal government are enumerated in the Constitution. That’s the document that was written by our Founders – since you seem to completely unfamiliar with it. It tells us how the government is to be structured.
            Please let me know when you find the section that says healthcare and education are legitimate functions of the federal government.

            And everything in my 2nd paragraph is 100% true as well. But it’s not surprising that you don’t know that. You’re just a good little Trumpanzee – eating up every pile of garbage spewed out by your idiot hero, never bother to find out anything about him.

            I believe in the Constitution – apparently you do not.
            I believe in smaller, more limited government – apparently you do not.
            Maybe you’d be happier as a democrat.

          • gene456

            “The second two are not even functions of the federal government much less top priorities.”
            – Oh my GOD!!! He said THAT?!? That’s just about the worst thing I ever HEARD!

            “Then he threw in “safe neighborhoods” as another federal function”
            – Zzzzzzz.

            “He supported the bank bailouts and the auto bailouts.”
            – So did a lot of other people.

            “He supports eminent domain for private use.”
            – Private? I think you mean public, and that’s taken out of context. He obviously doesn’t mean in all instances.

            “He supports affirmative action.”
            – Really? Where do you get THAT idea?

            “He wants to purposely and specifically kill the family members of ISIS fighters”
            – So do I!!!

            “He supports ethanol subsidies, in fact he wants to increase them.”
            – So????

            “Just a few, for starters.”
            – And if that’s the very worst you can come up with, I can’t WAIT to say “Hail to the Chief, President Trump!”

    • Keith

      Respond to the “Never Trump” crowd with voting “Only Trump” or else no R’s at all this year.

      Trump 2016 !

    • Steven Sheasby

      Problem is that Trump stands for immorality. That is why he will never gain enough support from the majority of people in this country that still have some sense of decency.

  • MikefromNC

    Trump is a progressive, narcissistic, bully. He must always get his way and he attacks anyone who disagrees with him, no matter that they may be right.
    Unfortunately, he’s also an incredibly effective con man.
    Republicans are being had.

    • Walker

      And you are a sniveling, lying coward who would not dare to say that to his face . . hiding behind the cover of a “comments” section on the internet. You have to give credit to Trump, if he disagrees with you, he tells you openly and publicly.

      • deanbob

        No one could get close enough to tell him. And if someone did, one of Trump’s thugs might assault the insult-er.

      • MikefromNC

        Yeah, right. I’m just about as intimidated by Trump as I am by you.

  • dennykray

    Trump and Cruz need to cool it.

    • Dowhatsrigh

      denny This whole mess was orchestrated by the Political Party”s power brokers. They stand to lose if Trump wins because for years the Political Party Power brokers threatened all the elected officials and candidates with withholding the Party’ support if they, the elected officials or candidates, did not do as the Power Brokers wanted. Well Trump is showing them that you can win without their backing and without the media’s backing. The Party can not have that, so they used the old trick of having a PAC release the photo of Trump’s wife knowing that Trump would think that Cruz did it. Then they had Rubio’s people release the story about Cruz’s affair knowing that would result in angering the voters by involving candidates family. This would guarantee a open convention. Then the party can control who will be selected. The reason that they used the PAC was so they would have deniability of causing the mess and they hope to stop the Republican Party members from holding the Party leaders responsible. This is the main reason for all these PAC’s.

  • CaptTurbo

    Yes, and besides that, I doubt that Trump can beat Her Thighness in the general election.

    • facebook is Dero

      i think with gloves off attacks on it’s morality and lack of ethics, and stark pictures of the Obama path it would follow and “expand on”, that any of the Republican candidates could beat that corpse.

      • CaptTurbo

        I wish I could agree.

    • deanbob

      I think it would take the prosecution of Hilary (which is long over due) by the most political DOJ ever for Doanld to win. He has trailed her in every poll since at least January; and more and more Cruz supporters are being repulsed by the Trump (and Trump supporter) lies about Cruz – to the point of either not voting or writing in Ted Cruz, should Trump get elected.

      • CaptTurbo

        Agree completely.

      • Walker

        Unbelievable, the “holier than thou” Cruz cheats on his wife 5 times,and you are angry at Trump for it.
        Trump will win without blind sheep like you.

        • deanbob

          Can you prove that? The story was written in the National Inquirer, run by Trump’]s good friend PECKER! Trump has trailed Hilary in every RCP poll this year, and that crap will really engender other Cruz voters to support Trump if he gets the nomination. That make you happier?

          • Walker

            Hey, Deanbob, if you do a little research you will find that it was Rubio who was putting this story together. Trump was connected in NO way, except by lying Ted who falsely claims that Trump was behind the story.
            To quote your own, ugly comments, if you think Trump was behind it, “prove it”.
            Also, Trump does NOT trail Hillary, stop believing the liberal press and media, they don’t want Trump to run against Hillary,

  • MJ Miller

    I will not vote for Trump. His National Enquirer episode sealed the deal

    • raynbene

      So you like the idea of hitlery becoming your next pResident ? If Trump gets nominated, no one in their right or left mind can vote for her ! !
      I simply pray Cruz gets the nomination !

    • Walker

      If you will do a little research, rather than listening to lying Ted Cruz, you will find out that Rubio was behind the National Enquirer story. He had it ready to go if he won FL, when he lost, he dropped it . . .but the NE had already found out about it. You are blaming the wrong person. Also, how about blaming Cruz for having the affairs . . .. Cruz is the one who is sleazy.

      • deanbob

        Prove it. The only rags that I’ve seen that crap in is liberal rags. Are you a dis satisfied Hilary person? Keep spreading that crap and turning off Cruz voters. You’re doing a bang up job.

        • Walker

          You are full of it, I do NOT read liberal rags, my information comes from conservative websites. It’s on almost every one. What trash are you reading . . you are just believing every lie that comes out of lying Ted’s mouth. You can’t be that ignorant and naive. . . .or can you??

  • Keith

    What about the affairs of Ted Cruz…very believable.

    Respond to the “Never Trump” crowd with voting “Only Trump” or else no R’s at all this year.

    Trump 2016 !

  • Paul

    I love it when we the people ignore the media BS from all sides and continue to support Trump. Every media and commentator continues to try to brain wash the people into thinking Trump would lose to Hillary based on BS polls. Even to the point that Bernie would beat Trump in one of their polls! Keep telling yourself that while Trump waltz his way into the Presidency. I hope Trump wins and turns every Federal Dept. upside down and fire 50% of them, or more. No Trump is not perfect and probably full of crap but it is still better that voting for some damn self serving politician. Can you imagine the shockwave it will send to all politicians? Yes, we can do it!

    • Paul

      Just one more point – the easiest way for Trump to win the election outright is to stop the personal attacks and start attacking the waste and corruption of this government. You have a gazzilion examples to go on and use. The people would go nuts after someone finally telling the truth about our government.

  • ldazzle

    The Repubs, had best stop their ‘backbiting’, etc, and learn to play together or the Left Wing Loons, will succeed…

  • jim delaney

    If it’s especially uncomfortable, we tend not to see the obvious. And right now the numbers clearly do not favor a GOP victory in November.

    Better get ready to rumble, folks. A felon or a socialist in the White House will simply be too unbearable for patriots and the sh** will hit the proverbial fan. Semper paratus.

  • gene613

    He has it right.Trump’s infantile behavior,poor preparation when being questioned,and blatant lying about what little of his past he has allowed to be vetted (he’s the only candidate refusing to reveal his income tax records,his school record -sound familiar Obama/?,AND REFUSING TO ACKNOWLEDGE ISRAEL AS AN ALLY RATHER THAN SAYING HE NEEDS TO BE NEUTRAL,calling for leaving NATO and reconsidering our allies in Asia).The man’s ignorance and boorish behavior disqualify him for any public office.

  • klesb

    One of the GOPs’s problems is Mark Levin! He has endorsed an Article 2 ineligible candidate, but still poses as an authority on the very Constitution that his candidate is ineligible under!