Washington Post Editorial Board fixture George Will has left the Republican party and will likely support Hillary Clinton. The longtime conservative columnist has been a vehement critic of Donald Trump although not nearly as stridently as his WAPO compatriots. With the great conversation delegate revolt reportedly lacking the votes to topple the billionaire outsider in Cleveland the RAT’s are scampering for the lifeboats.

As reported by the WAPO “George Will exits the Republican Party over Trump”:

Conservative columnist George Will has left the Republican Party over its presumptive nomination of Donald Trump.

Will, who writes a column for The Washington Post, spoke about his decision Friday at an event for the Federalist Society in Washington.

“This is not my party,” he told the audience, the news site PJ Media first reported.

Speaking with The Post, Will said that he changed his voter registration from “Republican” to “unaffiliated” several weeks ago, the day after House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) endorsed Trump.

Will did not say which presidential candidate he will be supporting instead.

“I just know who I won’t be voting for,” he said.

Will has been an outspoken critic of Trump for months and a major proponent of the “Never Trump” movement. In April, he wrote a column with the headline, “If Trump is nominated, the GOP must keep him out of the White House.” In response, Trump called Will “a major loser.”

While Mr. Will is playing coy about he will support let’s face it, for the Beltway establishment clowns looking to keep riding the gravy train Hillary is the only game in town. The neocon douchbags at the WAPO will likely soon follow suit as they shed their phony skins of objectivity like a nest of snakes and come out in favor of the Clinton restoration.