The Veracity of Karl Roveâs Political Analysis is Suddenly Suspect Tuesday, September 14, 2010, 10:23 PM -By Warner Todd Huston During Delawareâs primary night Karl Rove was one of the analysts that sat with Sean Hannity on Fox News hashing out the results of the polls in several states. During his comments on Delawareâs winning candidate Christine OâDonnell, Rove eviscerated her as a loser even as she had just won the primary. Rove claimed that OâDonnell is ânuttyâ and came straight out saying that OâDonnell cannot win the election in November. Now, Rove is certainly entitled to his opinion and if he truly believes that OâDonnell cannot win in the general, then he should feel free to say so and we should accept it as such. But in this case we have a problem believing that Roveâs analysis is simply his honest opinion when we find out from The Freedomist that Rove was trying to cut a pre-primary deal to help Mike Castle to win the primary. Representative Castle, OâDonnellâs opponent, seemed to know that his record as a Congressional RINO was something that voters were finally finding distasteful after his many years in Congress so to the rescue came âThe Architect,â Karl Rove, attempting to fix it all for Castle. So here we have Rove acting the disinterested analyst on TV trashing the winning primary candidate while at the same time having been a partisan player for the loser, team Castle. Fox News should require Rove to answer to this charge. If he really did act as a helpmate for Rep. Mike Castle this damages Roveâs veracity as an analyst. Heâs has just made himself suspect. You canât be both a political player and an autonomous, disinterested analyst. Will Fox suspend Rove over this? They certainly should if he really did work to help Castle, in any case.