Beck: "close-to-painful murdering of the dark people"
If Glenn Beck refuses to give a pass to anyone in the Obama administration for past statements (and if he further refuses to allow those individuals to be present concurrently to defend themselves) why should anyone give Beck a pass for his prior statements? Every night Beck brags about his ratings, and about his ability to influence his followers to "stand up and follow me".
Beck contends that influential advisors to the President need to be scrutinized. Boastful influential media personalities whose daily rants result in people being so whipped up by fear, lies and hatred that they are brandishing weapons near the President should be similarly scrutinized.
It's time for a Glenn Beck expose. Glenn Beck, his own words:
Beck's website (subscription required) also includes the following "comedy" segments, apparently broadcast on Beck's nationally syndicated radio program:
A mock radio jingle for the species of grouper formerly known as the "jewfish," containing the line: "Close your eyes and try to picture a great big friendly jewfish -- that is unless you're Jewish. Oh yeah, and that reminds us: Jewfish get real stinky if you leave them in the car."
Several short segments listing "rejected NCAA team names," including: "the Los Angeles Limp-Wrists," "the New Jersey Jumpin' Jews," and "the Atlanta Murdering Rampage of Savage Rapin' Injuns."
A satirical song about the reformed "New KKK": The song details the fictitious organization's practice of "close-to-painful murdering of the dark people."
A musical mock-tribute to illegal border crossers: The singer refers to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA) as a "wasted" "leprechaun." An announcer says Mexico's "main contribution to American society is the deflowering of our teenage daughters on spring break."
A segment titled "Real Iranian A-holes": The narrator alleges that Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad "had relations with a goat."
Several segments featuring the misadventures of "Middle Eastern superheroes" named "Kandahar" and "Jalalabad": The two blow themselves up at the end of many episodes.
A mock preview of High Beams, a "five-minute movie" featuring "still pictures" of Jennifer Aniston's "jugs."