Whenever Glenn Beck’s candidate of choice fails to become president, he responds by literally going back to the drawing board and dreaming up ambitious plans to fundamentally reshape America from the ground up.
After President Obama was re-elected in 2012, Beck’s strategy to save this nation involved everything from “completely redesigning the media, preparing and strengthening families, protecting Israel, defending the Constitution and liberty, and even finding new sources of energy.”
Beck’s plans were so grandiose that they even involved the creation of a massive $2 billion city that would be used to “deprogram” the American people and teach them “the truth.”
None of those plans ever materialized, of course, and instead Beck placed all his hopes in the presidential campaign of Ted Cruz, only to see them dashed when Cruz dropped out of the race.
Predictably, Beck has now decided that it’s once again up to him to come up with another grand scheme that’ll change the tide; this time by bringing together the “greatest thinkers in conservative/libertarian minds today” to lay out “a 100-year plan” for how to save America.
Those who are willing to sell out their principles in support of Donald Trump will not be invited, Beck said, as he instead plans to reach out to people like Mary Matalin, Mark Levin, George Will and Robbie George and invite them to a two-day meeting where they will be tasked with coming up with a 100-year plan for how the conservative movement can rebuild the nation in the decades to come.