Mark Levin Crushes The Rock Over Joe Biden Endorsement

Sunday, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson endorsed Democratic nominee Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris.

While Johnson thought his decision was a game-changer, radio legend Mark Levin couldn't give a damn.

The Great One took it to the former wrestler: “Self-righteous egomaniac. And why should we care who another actor endorses? What a surprise, he endorses the Democrats."

Sadly, the obliteration took place on Twitter not radio, where Levin makes you pull over.

“Well, then, let’s stop thinking for ourselves, no longer worry about the Republic, vote for a mentally incapacitated lifetime political hack, because ‘the Rock’ is stupid enough to do so. Uh, no.”

It gets better. Hold on:

“By the way, to show you what a clown ‘the Rock’ truly is, he says he’s a centrist and Independent, yet he’s effusive in his support for Kamala Harris, who’s the most leftwing senator in the Senate (left of Sanders!), and was the most vicious and vile hack of the bunch during Brett Kavanaugh‘s confirmation hearings," Levin posted to his Twitter app. "This should make you even more active in re-electing President Trump."

I'm glad Levin mentioned Harris. The Rock lost credibility when he endorsed the duo. And it has nothing to do with politics. He claimed Harris is a “certified badass.”

One only gets so many “certified badass" cards to hand out. Using one on a human who claims Tupac is the best rapper "alive" is an irresponsible use of power. Furthermore, Harris has been out of the running since college.

In 2019, the “certified badass” bragged about smoking weed and listening to Tupac in college. Spoiler: Harris graduated before Tupac put out an album…

Honestly, Levin should've hammered The Rock harder.

By the way, for the sports readers at Outkick unfamiliar with Mark Levin:

And you think Stephen A. is can't miss.

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