I now have 53 posts in my Glenn Beck Deception category — in the Categories pull-down menu.
June 2, 2012
Several months before his untimely and suspicious death, Andrew Breitbart called Glenn Beck a lair, thief and a coward. Breitbart made the comments on December 11, 2001, on KABC radio in Los Angeles (see the video below).
He offered the assessment after Beck characterized Newt Gingrich as a “progressive.” In fact, Gingrich is a dyed-in-the-wool big government globalist, although Breitbart did not characterize him as such.
Breitbart also said Beck is a master thief who steals content from other media personalities and regurgitates it for his own financial benefit.
Alex Jones has on numerous occasions accused Beck of lifting his material.
“It’s very, very painful to see this biological android, a complete actor, reading off teleprompters and singing and dancing around and prancing around, a fairy dancing and prancing around, using my material,” Jones told Joe Hagan. “Glenn Beck climbed over my back. He’s like a fiddler crab that grabbed the shell off my back and scurried over me.”
Beck has practically made a cottage industry out pilfering Jones’ material and attacking him.
In an effort to steer attention away from the crimes of the globalists and center attention on Jones, Beck’s The Blaze recently decided to concentrate on attempting to discredit Jones for simply pointing out the fact that the global elite engage in bizarre behavior.
“An article entitled Alex Jones Believes Bilderberg Attendees Ship in Gold-Covered Roasted Babies to Eat written by Madeleine Morgenstern takes a 30 second clip out of the 30-plus hours of live streaming Infowars has done so far and spins it out of context to imply that Jones was literally saying babies were being delivered for Bilderberg members to eat,” writes Paul Joseph Watson.
“In reality, Jones was engaging in a piece of dark satire based on the Johnathan Swift’s satirical essay A Modest Proposal in which he suggests the Irish eat their own babies. The rant about gold-leaf covered babies was based on a factual news story about a British citizen arrested last month in Thailand for attempting to transport dead babies wrapped in gold leaf foil for black magic rituals.”
Glenn Beck specializes in disinformation ops designed to trick his “conservative” followers and lead them into dead-ends and cul-de-sacs that ultimately neutralize the political opposition. As Breitbart notes, he is accumulating a lot of money in the process.