On his television program tonight, Glenn Beck will be interviewing the controversial street artist known as “Sabo,” who is perhaps best known for his poster of Sen. Ted Cruz covered in tattoos and his poster depicting Texas state Senator Wendy Davis as an “abortion Barbie.”
Beck will be interviewing Sabo because, as he explained on his radio program today, “we are now the revolutionaries” and need learn how to “short-circuit” the system through the culture in the manner that Sabo has been doing.
“We are now the radicals,” Beck told his audience. “We are now the revolutionaries and we have to start thinking that way. We have to start looking for ways to short-circuit things because what we’re doing is we’re relying on the system. Well, the system is now geared against us. We are in the Martin Luther King position and Barack Obama is the one in the J. Edgar Hoover role. You can’t out J. Edgar Hoover J. Edgar Hoover. You can’t Nixon Nixon. You have to think differently”: