Broadcasting his radio program from his home today, where he was apparently just hanging out with his good friend Ted Cruz, Glenn Beck complained that nobody takes him seriously in society or even in his own home.
Citing a couple of articles from the economics website Zero Hedge that he seemingly didn’t really even understand but which he nonetheless held up as proof that an economic crisis of biblical proportions is on the way, Beck fumed that “nobody is taking me seriously.”
Beck stated that he had some family problems last night stemming from the fact that his children are not doing their homework and complained that even his own family is not taking him seriously.
“I was in a really bad mood,” Beck stated, “and I said, ‘You know, I just feel like nobody is taking me seriously. Nobody is taking me seriously even in the family. My kids aren’t taking me seriously about getting an education.’ And then I might have snapped and said, ‘And nobody is taking me seriously about what is coming economically.’ We have got to prepare for a bad, biblically bad economy.”