Glenn Beck

Right Wing Round-Up - 2/20/15

Beck: Obama Is Incapable Of Having A 'Deep, Stirring Love' Of America

Glenn Beck kicked off today's radio broadcast by not only defending Rudy Giuliani's recent statement that President Obama doesn't love America, but taking it a step further by declaring that Obama is fundamentally incapable of loving America, at least in the same way that real Americans like Glenn Beck love this country.

"I differ from Rudy Giuliani," Beck said. "I don't think that [Obama] can love America the way we love America because of his upbringing ... I don't think he loves America. I think he likes America."

Beck went on to argue that Obama loves America in the same way that Beck "loves" Great Britain, by which he meant that while he likes Great Britain, he does not "have that deep, stirring love" for it that he does for America.

"I have a deep love for the heritage of this nation," Beck said. "This president doesn't have that deep love of the heritage of our nation":

Paranoia-Rama: Beware Facebook Demons, Obama's 'Muslim Gang Sign' And Anti-Heterosexual Attacks

Surviving Obama’s America isn’t easy. Not only do you have to watch for immigrant militias hunting straight men, but you can’t even go online without facing attacks from Big Government or demonic covens.

'This Is The Beginning Of Sorrows': Glenn Beck Declares That WWIII Has Already Begun

Earlier this week, Glenn Beck prophesied that that fight against ISIS was soon going to explode into World War III and now, it seems, that time has arrived as he declared on his radio program today that the entire world is already locked in a massive global war for its very survival, even if Beck is the only one with enough foresight to recognize it.

Despite the fact that his current theory about WWIII contradicts his last theory about WWIII, Beck has "a growing sense of surety" that the world has now entered "the beginning of sorrows."

"We are in World War III," Beck said. "It just hasn't caught up yet. We're here!"

"I told you last year, 'And so it begins,'" he continued. "I have a growing sense of surety that what I believe is here, is indeed here ... We are indeed setting the stage for global war and this is beginning of sorrows ... This is the beginning of sorrows. I'm telling you, we don't understand what is coming yet. We don't see."

"The gloves are about to come off on the entire world," Beck warned. "God help us, we may see nuclear impacts on the face of the earth in our lifetime ... The gloves are about to come off and this is the beginning of sorrows":

Beck: America 'Deserves To Be Destroyed' If It Preserves Net Neutrality

Glenn Beck's misguided opposition to net neutrality is well known and despite his record of being wrong about nearly everything, he spent a good portion of today's radio program warning that if the principle of net neutrality is preserved, voices such as his will eventually be silenced and declaring that America deserves to be destroyed if is so stupid as to allow it to happen.

Nobody trusts the government or Big Business, Beck marveled, "and yet you're giving Big Business and government more latitude! What are you, insane?"

"We deserve to be wiped out," he concluded. "We deserve to be wiped out. If you're this stupid, America, you deserve and somebody else is going to have to rise up and free you. It's what's going to happen."

"This wipes out our voice," Beck continued. "I'm telling you, the voices like ours will be gone. I promise you that."

Just how positive is Beck that this will absolutely happen?

"I am as convinced of this as I was of the Caliphate," he said:

Beck: People Know We're On The Verge Of WWIII, Which Is Why 'The Walking Dead' Is So Popular

Back in August of 2013, Glenn Beck explained that everything that was going on it the world at the time was simply a proxy war between the United States and Russia and predicted that, within a year, the conflict would break out into an "openly hot war" that would signal the start of World War III.

Needless to say, that did not happen, yet Beck continues to declare that "all of these things I predicted and warned of" are now coming true, only now he is convinced that the war against ISIS is what will bring about WWIII.

Citing the recent beheading of 21 Coptic Christians, as well as the attack carried out in Copenhagen over the weekend, Beck used his television program last night to deliver a "wake-up call" that "we are now in the early stages of World War III" ... and that is why the show "The Walking Dead" is so popular.

"I think that we all know that the world is about to come undone," Beck theorized. "We all know, there is something in us that tells us the world is out of control but I don't want to watch that ... and so why are we watching 'The Walking Dead'? We're watching 'The Walking Dead' because we know the zombies aren't real. And so it allows us to connect with what we're really feeling but allows us to be in a safe zone because we know zombies aren't real. Zombies are ISIS. Zombies is our economic peril. The rest of the show is what we say is coming":

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 2/10/15

  • Mario Díaz of Concerned Women for America warns that "the attacks on people of faith resulting from a Supreme Court overreach [on gay marriage] would unleash an assault that could spell the beginning of the end of freedom and liberty in America."
  • Bryan Fischer says the reason that President Obama "doesn't have a strategy to stop ISIS is that he doesn't really want to."
  • David Rubin knows why President Obama supposedly won't fight radical Islam: "Barack Obama appears to have been so scarred from the unfortunate loss of his Muslim father at a young age that he can't recognize, nor admit, the real and present danger of the intolerant, violent jihadi ideology and its deep roots in the core of Islam. It seems to be almost an infantile mantra: Islam not bad ... Islam not bad ... Islam not bad!"
  • NOM calls upon its activists to "Thank Chief Justice Moore" and, of course, make a donation to NOM.
  • David Barton responds to President Obama's remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast: "The number of lives lost at the hands of secular, non-, and anti-Christian leaders and governments in just the 20th century alone is well over 100 million."
  • A new paper suggests that the universe has existed forever and never had a beginning. Naturally, for Glenn Beck this is conclusive proof that the Big Bang has been disproven.

Paranoia-Rama: Gay Destruction Imminent, Obama's Gay Affair & Frozen's Misandrist Agenda

While gay rights advocates plot to destroy the Constitution and President Obama surreptitiously pushes the country into civil war, only conservative reporter Chuck C. Johnson can stop them. And he will do so by paying anyone with pertinent information to come forward with details about the president’s secret gay affair.

Glenn Beck: The Measles Outbreak Is A 'Hoax' Meant To Convince People To 'Obey The Government'

There is a fundamental irony that lies at the heart of Glenn Beck's media empire, in that it operates under the banner "Truth Lives Here" while Beck himself continues to be a regular source of misinformation and falsehoods.

Nothing better demonstrates this fact that the opening of Beck's radio program yesterday where he declared that the current measles outbreak is a "hoax" designed increase government control, which he "proved" by reading from a piece posted on 21st Century Wire.

As Beck told it, "if you look at the 102 children in California who have been detected with measles, you look at where they came from, you see that the two cases came from 1) an Amish community and 2) a group of travelers who entered the U.S. from the Philippines. If you eliminate those two sources, there is no uptrend in measles."

Beck and co-host Pat Gray then went on to assert that even though immigrants from the Philippines are responsible for the measles outbreak, the media won't report that because their intention is "to make the case that you've got to obey the government" and get vaccinated.

"Do everything you can just to obey the government," Beck said:

As usual, apparently nobody within Beck's entire company could find five minutes to do some basic research on these claims, because if they had, they would have quickly realized that Beck's assertions were entirely wrong.

As the CDC explained, there was a large outbreak of measles "among unvaccinated Amish communities in Ohio" in 2014, but that outbreak started when "unvaccinated Amish missionaries traveled to the Philippines and returned with the virus."

The current measles outbreak has literally nothing to do with this 2014 incident and Beck's assertion that the current outbreak can be tied to "this Filipino family or group of travelers" is entirely false as it was not Filipino tourists who brought the disease into the U.S. but rather unvaccinated Amish missionaries who brought it back to the U.S. from the Philippines in April of last year!

Nothing better exemplifies the true absurdity of Beck's media empire than the fact that he opened his radio program yesterday by spreading utterly false information while alleging some sort of government conspiracy all while operating under the banner of "Truth Lives Here."

Glenn Beck Tearfully Begs The World To Realize 'We Are Living In The 1930s All Over Again'

Every few weeks, Glenn Beck invites listeners into his studio to film a television program during which he takes their questions about whatever is going on in the world. Inevitably, dozens of people eagerly flock to hear from the oracle that is Glenn Beck as he provides them with crackpot theories and tear-stained stories about how the world is about to go up in flames.

And that is exactly what he did last night, responding to a question from an audience member seeking recommendations about how Christians should be praying for an end to the violence and instability in the Middle East by breaking down in tears as he warned that "we are living in the 1930s all over again" and very soon, governments will start rounding up Jews and Christians.

"One of those things that I know God told me is to decide who your family is going to be so when they do come for people, you decide now, am I going to turn my eyes from it or will I say 'you take him, you take me too,'" he said, choking back tears.

Noting that he used to joke with some of his staffers that if they came for the Jews first, he would hide them but if they came for the Christians first, they would hide them, Beck said that they now all realize that this is no longer a joke but is actually a very real possibility.

"It is getting scary," he told his audience, as he began to tear up again. "I promise you, we are living in the 1930s and it's going to sweep the entire globe. Pray for your family to wake up. Pray for you to be strong enough to stand. Just go home with honor. Just go home with honor":

'Oh Wow': Glenn Beck Says People Are Starting To Realize That Everything He Warned About Is All Coming True

Disturbed by footage of ISIS militants burning alive a Jordanian pilot, as well as by recent comments made by Jesse Ventura and a bizarre video released by actor Randy Quaid, Glenn Beck said on his radio program today that people are starting to open their eyes and admit that "the world has gone absolutely stark raving mad" because everything Beck has been warning about for years is all now coming true.

Beck said that while he has felt "lost" for the last several years, he knows that "there's something big left to do ... I think we're at the beginning. I think it has begun."

And Beck is confident that he will be the one to show us all the way forward because people are finally beginning to realize that "everything that I warned against" is now happening.

"I had that period in my life where I was the clarion call of wake up, this is what is going to come," he said. "Now it's all here. ... Now people can begin to say, 'Oh, wait a minute, wow, there is a caliphate. Oh wow, they are going to try to kill all of us. Oh wow, fascism and Nazism and communism is coming back, the hatreds of the 1930s. Oh wow, there are people talking about killing the Jews. Oh wow, they are leaving Europe in droves and going to Israel for protection. Oh wow, they are printing money.'"

"I think," Beck concluded, "we're at the beginning of our globe radically changing":

Beck: Anti-Vaxxers Are Being Persecuted, Just Like Galileo

Last year, when Glenn Beck learned that outbreaks of diseases like whooping cough and measles were on the rise due to an increasing number of parents who are refusing to have their children vaccinated, he reacted by literally standing up and applauding those parents.

Now that the issue of vaccinations has worked its way into the 2016 presidential campaign, Beck returned to the topic today on his radio show, declaring that opposing vaccinations is an issue on which activists on the Right and on the Left ought to be able to find common ground and work together.

"I'm interested in moving to common sense. I'm interested in moving in the direction of freedom," Beck said. "And so when it comes to these measles vaccinations, we have a lot in common with the left ... and we have to reach out to allies."

While declaring that nobody wants children to get measles, Beck asserted that "there's something happening" with the measles vaccine and the rise of children being diagnosed with forms of autism that should make people cautious about getting their children vaccinated.

"God gave me a brain. God gave me personal choice and responsibility for those choices," he said. "I'm going to say no to those vaccines because I've done my homework."

Beck then went on to declare that people who oppose vaccines are now being persecuted, just as Galileo was persecuted by the Catholic Church.

"Here's another group of people that are now being rounded-up and pointed at and called morons and idiots and crackpots and crazies," he said. "Just totally discredited ... Where is anybody saying 'my gosh, we're living in the days of Galileo'? The church has become the state and if you don't practice their religion exactly the way they tell you to practice it, you're done."

Beck: Minimum Wage Increase Is Really A Plot To Foment Unrest And Revolution

On his radio program today, Glenn Beck speculated that efforts to increase the minimum wage are really just part of an effort by progressives like President Obama and Hillary Clinton to foment social unrest and revolution.

After co-host Stu Burguiere told Beck that the real goal of the progressives who first purposed the creation of the minimum wage was to price the unskilled underclass completely out of the labor market in order to control and eliminate them from society, Beck realized that efforts today to raise the minimum wage share a similarly dastardly agenda.

"All revolutions need the youth," Beck said, arguing that progressives are encouraging all students to go to college in order to saddle them with debt which they will then be unable to pay off because they can't find jobs. At the same time, immigrants and others in the "unskilled labor force" will also be unable to find jobs because the minimum wage increase has eliminated entry-level positions.

"Then you have a whole population that is ripe for unrest. You have a whole population ready for revolution," he said. "I would find that hard to believe that you would have somebody like Hillary Clinton want to do that, but she is a lover of Saul Alinsky and that's Saul Alinsky one hundred percent. But you look at somebody like Barack Obama who sat there and listened to the ramblings of literally a madman — Jeremiah Wright — there is a possibility that he knows exactly what he's doing."

"They're only trying to raise this minimum wage not because they believe it is going to help people," Beck declared, "but because it will lead to unrest":

Glenn Beck Is Taking His Family To See Europe This Summer ... Before It Is All Destroyed

On his radio program today, Glenn Beck announced that he and his co-host Pat Gray will be taking their families on vacation to Europe this summer so that their kids can see England, France, Germany and Greece before they are all destroyed when the world goes up in flames in the coming years.

"Pat and I truly believe that we are in the 1930s," Beck explained. "I don't know where, but we're in the 1930s — maybe its '39, maybe it's '35, I don't know, but history is repeating itself."

Beck went on to say that if people did not travel to Europe before World War II broke out, they were most likely unable to travel there again until the 1950s, by which point many great landmarks had been destroyed by the war and everything was in the process of being rebuilt.

"Because of what is happening, I believe London, France, Germany, Greece; I believe these things could be destroyed in what is coming," he warned, saying that he wants his family to see places like Notre Dame Cathedral before Islamic radicals blow it up and France is no longer a free nation:

'It's Truly Obscene': Glenn Beck Is Outraged Over Obama's YouTube Interviews

Following this State of the Union Address this year, President Obama sat down for interviews with three YouTube personalities and Glenn Beck is predictably disgusted, saying that it is offensive for Obama to do something like this at a time when the world is on the verge of utter chaos.

"For us, it's about the saving of the United States of America and the Western way of life," he fumed on his radio show this morning, saying that this is the equivalent of Winston Churchill showing up at "burlesque shows" in the 1930s and taking questions "while I squeeze her boobies."

"The world is about to cave in," Beck railed. "It's obscene. It is truly obscene. I don't know anybody that can bring the dignity back to that office":

Glenn Beck Warns Against Those Dangerous Mormons Who Want To 'Mix The Gospel With Government'

Potential Republican presidential candidates Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney are scheduled to have a private meeting today in Salt Lake City, Utah, and even though this is reportedly a social meeting that was planned months ago, well before either man made any sort of announcement about possibly running for president, Glenn Beck is pretty sure that something nefarious is afoot.

Suggesting that Bush and Romney are somehow conspiring to undermine the Tea Party in the GOP presidential primary, Beck warned on his radio program today that "there is something really wrong in Utah."

"There is something really, really wrong," he said. "Remember, it was the Mormons, the two Mormons Smoot [and] Hawley, they were two Mormons that brought us the Smoot-Hawley Act which brought us the Great Depression."

"Sometimes their theology can go and mix with politics and go wildly wrong!" Beck said. "When Mormons go bad, they go really bad. They go socialist. They go socialist. They mix the Gospel with government."

Gee, where have we heard a Mormon explicitly say that America needs to mix the Gospel with government before?

Right Wing Round-Up - 1/21/15

Beck Stands By The Muslim 'No-Go Zone' Myth, Insists They Are Just Like Indian Reservations

As Miranda explained yesterday, right-wing anti-Islam activists have been spreading a myth for years that radical Muslims have taken over entire parts of European cities and neighborhoods and turned them into "no-go zones," which are controlled by Sharia law and are off-limits to police officers and non-Muslim citizens

This claim is nonsense and is based entirely upon a deliberate misrepresentation of a "sensitive urban area" designation made by the French government, targeting certain areas for urban renewal. This myth is so obviously false, in fact, that even the conservative commentators at Fox News were forced to apologize for spreading it.

Glenn Beck, of course, is totally outraged that anti-Islam activist Steve Emerson apologized for the inaccurate claim he made on Fox that the British city of Birmingham is a "totally Muslim" no-go zone, fuming on his radio program today that Emerson is an "American hero" who deserves to be remembered in history but is instead being targeted for destruction over some piddling "political nitpicking."

Beck brought Emerson onto his program this morning in an effort to salvage the Fox commentator's reputation and sought to do so by insisting that the "sensitive urban areas" are actually the "no-go zones" that Emerson said they were.

"What this is is areas that the police avoid if they can," Beck said. "They try to stay out because it's a sensitive area ... It's almost like an Indian reservation to where the government goes into Indian reservations if there's a murder or something like that, the government will go into it. But generally speaking, they police themselves. Same kind of thing":

Right Wing Round-Up - 1/20/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 1/20/15

  • Robert Gagnon wants it made very clear that homosexuality is actually way worse than most other sins, even incest.
  • Bret Baier reveals that he cancelled his scheduled speech to an anti-gay group at the request of Fox News.
  • Michael Bresciani warns that it will be the end of America is the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage: "I can say without reservation, that if marriage is perverted in this way, you have only one thing left to do – count time, for there is very little left to promise and guarantee the survival of our nation."
  • Yesterday, Tony Perkins delivered his "2015 State of the Family Address." Guess how he thinks it is doing?
  • Mark your calendars because Todd Starnes is hosting a weekend retreat in October!
  • Finally, Glenn Beck's co-host Pat Gray received an "Award of Merit" from the Utah Eagle Forum this weekend because he has had an "incredible influence [on] Glenn Beck’s life and that influence has had a significant impact for good on so many of us right here in this audience as well as the United States." So now we know who to blame for Glenn Beck.
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Glenn Beck Posts Archive

Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 03/25/2015, 5:33pm
Ari Phillips @ Think Progress: Ted Cruz Compares Himself to Galileo, Calls Those Who Believe In Climate Change ‘Flat-Earthers’. Simon Brown @ Wall of Separation: Offended By An Oath: Proposal Would Force Air Force Cadets To Say ‘So Help Me God'. Libby Watson @ Media Matters: Fox Figures, Ted Cruz Speaking Alongside Leading Islamophobe Who Was Cited By Norwegian Terrorist. Alan Colmes: Former James O’Keefe Operative Spills The Beans. Shaun King @ Daily Kos: What it feels like when you see your face plastered on Glenn Beck's creepy chalkboard. MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 03/24/2015, 5:30pm
Glenn Beck watches "The Walking Dead" not to be entertained but in order to "take notes" in preparation for the impending collapse of society. Richard Land believes that AFR is the Radio Free Europe for America. Robert Knight says that there is only one reason to support universal voter registration: "To make it easier to commit vote fraud." Richard Viguerie positively gushes over Ted Cruz. Philip Zodhiates, who was indicted for his role in the Lisa Miller case, is trying to prevent prosecutors from being able to use his cell phone records... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 03/24/2015, 1:41pm
Ted Cruz personally called Glenn Beck last Friday night to inform him that he was going to be announcing his run for the presidency on Monday morning. As Cruz walked off the stage at Liberty University yesterday after making the announcement, he immediately called into Beck's radio program. Beck's entire program last night was dedicated to hailing and defending Cruz. Today, Cruz once again called into Beck's radio show where he declared that he is "very proud" to "stand together happily" with Beck while making his run for the White House. After declaring that... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 03/24/2015, 12:19pm
Since spending three hours on radio and one hour on television every day is obviously not enough time for the world to know what Glenn Beck thinks about everything, his network has been uploading weekly "Conversations With Glenn" videos to its YouTube channel for the last several months in which staffers lob softball questions at him while Beck expounds on the state of his soul. On Friday's installment, Beck explained that he has been contemplating launching "Torah Tuesday" programs in which his audience and he would learn more about the Hebrew Bible because "the... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Tuesday 03/24/2015, 10:48am
Around here, James David Manning is mostly known for his insane anti-gay rants and for promoting wild theories about President Obama, so it came as no surprise to learn that he is also viciously anti-Mormon, as he amply demonstrated in a video that he posted yesterday in which he alleged that Glenn Beck's announcement last week that he was done with the Republican Party means that Beck is planning on launching his own bid for president. Repeatedly referring to him as "Glenn Crybaby Beck," Manning warned that Beck is "a sneaky, deceitful person" who has dishonesty in... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Monday 03/23/2015, 5:30pm
Ted Cruz personally called Glenn Beck on Friday night to let him know that he was going to announce his bid for the presidency and then called into Beck's radio show today immediately following the announcement. So that tells you everything that you need to know about Ted Cruz. Bryan Fischer says that by making his announcement at Liberty University, Cruz has "openly embraced evangelicals in a way we have not seen since the days of Ronald Reagan." John Hagee has responded to allegations by WND that he stole the idea for his "four blood moon" book by... MORE >
Kyle Mantyla, Monday 03/23/2015, 4:05pm
Earlier this month we noted how Chuck Pierce, a self-proclaimed modern-day "prophet" and top leader within the New Apostolic Reformation, claimed that his prayer efforts were responsible for the re-election of Gov. Sam Brownback in Kansas. Such accomplishments are nothing new for Pierce, considering that his prayers are so powerful that they have caused earthquakes and captured Saddam Hussein ... and now they are even bringing Glenn Beck into the fold. Yesterday, Beck attended Pierce's church in Corinth, Texas, where Pierce personally presented him with a "new mantle for... MORE >
Brian Tashman, Friday 03/20/2015, 5:45pm
Shockingly, Glenn Beck’s claim that “Obama took Hamas and Iran OFF the terror list” is completely false.  Talk show host Laurie Roth suggests that criticism of Benjamin Netanyahu amounts to an attack on God.  Franklin Graham is not at all pleased that the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) approved of same-sex marriage ceremonies.  Fox News pundit Todd Starnes will join the Family Research Council’s Israel trip featuring Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal.  Televangelist John Hagee and far-right radio host Michael Savage spoke... MORE >