Glenn Beck watched the film “The Monuments Men” over the weekend and he seemed to like it … but it was sort of hard to tell because the segment he spent reviewing it today on his radio program consisted primarily of him blaming “progressives” for the Holocaust.
Beck said the film made his blood boil because it never discussed the fact that President Franklin Roosevelt cared about saving works of art but made no effort to stop the Nazis from murdering millions of Jews because he, like progressives then and now, “are all anti-Jewish.”
“Forget about the art,” Beck bellowed. “What about the people? What happened to be the people? No, we didn’t care. We didn’t care. Progressives didn’t care and so all of those Jews died. We could have stopped them. Instead of Monuments Men, how about Auschwitx Men, how about Dachau Men? Why didn’t we do that? Because they didn’t care … They were all anti-Jewish, just as much as they’re anti-Jewish now”: