Tonight, Glenn Beck broadcast his television program live from Houston, TX since he is in town for the annual NRA convention where he will be speaking on Saturday.
During his opening monologue, Beck informed his audience that earlier in the day a man had entered Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston with an AR-15 assault rifle and fired off a round before being confronted by security and reportedly taking his own life.
But Beck wasn’t buying that storyline because “that doesn’t make sense to me.” What does make sense to Beck is that this man was probably some unemployed and depressed individual who had been wound-up by some shadowy figure on the “uber left” to go out and “make a statement.”
Despite the fact that he literally had no evidence whatsoever, Beck was pretty certain that this was some sort of false flag operation because “the idea that this is a coincidence … is too much to believe.”
“If I were an honest journalist,” Beck said, “I would find out where these guns came from; were they purchased or were they illegal. Oh, if they’re illegal, I could guarantee you this is a set-up. Someone knows history. I do. At least I know enough history to know about the burning of the Reichstag”: