For the last several months, Glenn Beck’s network has been regularly running a presidential poll in which Beck’s audience ranks various possible GOP presidential candidates, giving them each a grade ranging from A to F.
Today, Beck and his co-hosts spent the first hour of their radio program going over the results of this month’s poll, which found — surprise, surprise — that their audience tends to like the same candidates that they like and dislike the same candidates that they dislike, so that Jeb Bush got an “F” while Ted Cruz got an “A” and everyone else fell somewhere in between.
Since the poll already features a host of people who most likely are not going to actually run for president, Beck suggested today that they should add Judge Andrew Napolitano to the list for next month just because there is a “Draft Napolitano” effort underway online and Beck thinks it would be interesting to see what sort of support the judge could garner from Beck’s audience.
The idea then prompted Beck to begin to fantasize that if Rand Paul becomes president, he would probably nominate Napolitano to a seat on the Supreme Court.
“Can you imagine if Rand Paul got in?” he said. “Judge Napolitano would probably be a candidate for Supreme Court. Can you imagine that? That would be great!”