Glenn Beck Wants to Share His Conspiracy Theories With Everyone, Except for Us

Glenn Beck has been on quite a roll the last few weeks, freaking out about Common Core and "System X," warning of Muslim Brotherhood conspiracies and the rise of Nazis, all while urging his audience to start hording cash.

And we had posted video of it all, but if you tried to watch any of these clips today, you would discover that they have all been removed thanks to several frivolous YouTube copyright violation complaints filed by The Blaze:

In fact, the last ten Beck videos we posted have all been yanked:

Beck is currently engaged in an effort to get his Blaze programming carried on television because every family in America needs "a source of news and analysis that you can trust and that doesn't betray your values":

This journey for truth that we are on is much bigger than you and I; the future of liberty is hanging in the balance. All of us have a choice to make: sit on the sideline, or get involved.

If we succeed then we change the media. If we change the media, we control the debate. If we control the debate, we change politics.

And if we change politics, we change the country.

Beck is trying to pressure cable providers into helping him broadcast his paranoid conspiracy theories into millions of homes across this country and apparently he does not appreciate our efforts to chronicle and highlight these same paranoid conspiracy theories, so this crusader for truth decided that the best course of action was to demand that nearly a dozen of our videos be removed.

We have already filed counter-notifications with YouTube on every one of these videos, pointing out that they are protected by Fair Use, so we expect to see them restored in the next ten days.

Filed Under

People:

Glenn Beck