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Conservative Columnist Rains Hell On Lou Dobbs: ‘You Will End Up Financially Ruined’ For Becoming ‘A Trump Sycophant’

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National Review columnist Kevin Williamson unloaded on former Fox News Business commentator Lou Dobbs for being a “coward” and throwing away his career for the sake of Donald Trump.

Williamson’s scorching column came after Dobbs criticized another column by the conservative author where he called out “moonbat” and “ghastly cretin” Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), saying voters in her district need to dump he.

“Who reads NR?” Dobbs tweeted in response to Williamson’s comments on Greene.

But Williamson fired back, pointing out Dobbs’s firing from Fox News as well as his massive legal problems for jumping on the stolen election bandwagon.

“I think your problem is that you are a coward,” Williamson wrote in direct response to Dobbs.

“You are so terrified of your audience that you are willing to tell them anything they want to hear, follow them down any ridiculous rabbit hole, pretend to be something that you aren’t. You’re a guy who went to Harvard and lives on an equestrian estate in New Jersey, Lou. Let’s not kid ourselves. You’re a bit of a nut, but you aren’t stupid — certainly not as stupid as the character you used to play on television and now play on Twitter,” he wrote.

He then brought up Dobbs’s legal problems for accusing Dominion Voting Systems of election fraud, which ended his Fox News career.

“The irony is that your cowardice and your pandering did not save your career — they wrecked your career. That conspiracy-kook stuff is what got you fired by Fox, which is why you no longer have a television show. Do you know how embarrassing you have to get before Fox News — Fox Business, Lou! — is too ashamed to put you on the air? It’s bad, Lou. Think on that,” the National Review columnist wrote.

“I figure you probably have some heavy legal bills to pay at the moment, what with the voting-machine-conspiracy-kookery defamation lawsuit that you are probably going to lose,” he continued. “But you’re pushing 80, Lou. You’ve already thrown away your job, your reputation, and your self-respect — and there’s a good chance you’re going to end up financially ruined, too — but there is still time to see to the things that should be foremost in the mind of a man your age.”

“It’s never too late to stop being a sycophant, Lou,” Williamson concluded.

Read the entire column at The National Review.