Glenn Beck: Rachel Dolezal Controversy Paving The Way For Internment Camps

Since Glenn Beck is seemingly unable to discuss any contemporary cultural topic without eventually connecting it to Nazism, he naturally warned on his radio broadcast today that the Rachel Dolezal controversy is the sort of lie that a society believes as it slides toward the establishment of internment camps.

"I can't take this anymore," Beck said. "We are living in 'Alice In Wonderland.' We are America through the looking glass where the Mad Hatter is leading us and we're just accepting it ... You wonder how did communist countries or fascistic countries become crazy enough just to round people up and kill them? The answer is: slowly, by dribs and drabs, through slow, deliberate lies, through lies that denied reality. And once you become so deadened from reality, once people can say anything to you that used to be 'shut up,' and you just stand there as a group and accept it, that's when bigger lies can be thrown onto the fire and before you know if, you're living in 'Alice In Wonderland.'"

"We have got to raise our hands right now and say, 'I'm not part of this,'" he continued. "I want my name to be on a record; honestly, if it means in the end that we're the first to be targeted, to be rounded up, good! I want my name on record, I do not stand with this nonsense!"

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