Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Beck lashes out at the Tides Foundation and the "dirtbag[s]" connected to Tides.

Need any more proof of how dangerous Glenn Beck is? We already know that Byron Williams got into a shoot out with the Californian police on his way to, "start a revolution by travelling to San Francisco and killing people of importance at the Tides Foundation and the ACLU" after hearing Beck repeatedly talk of The Tides Foundation.

Watch here as Beck, again, brings up The Tides Foundation.

But it's how he does it that's so strangely creepy:

Beck: Well, lets start here: Tides. The Tides Foundation. Oh, oh. Did you guys think I wouldn't talk about it any more? Oh, oh, look who is wrong....
Byron Williams has already spoken about Beck's influence on him, which one would think would make Beck at least avoid the subject of The Tides Foundation out of shame if nothing else. But that would presume that shame is an emotion which this charlatan is capable of producing.

He is doing all this after The Tides Foundation chairman has asked people to stop advertising on Fox News and warned that those who do so may end up with blood on their hands.

Pike noted that "businesses that pay to broadcast commercials on Fox News are subsidizing Glenn Beck's television show by continuing to pump money into the network," adding, "It has become clear that the only way to stop supporting Beck is to stop supporting Fox News."

Pike concluded: "The next 'assassin' may succeed, and if so, there will be blood on many hands. The choice is yours. Please join my call to do the right thing in this regard and put Fox News at arm's length from your company by halting your advertising with them."

And yet Beck, shamelessly, launches yet another attack on The Tides Foundation.

Here, Beck boasts that he's still on air despite the fact that The Tides Foundation have called for a boycott of his sponsors. But, he doesn't mention why they want him boycotted. He doesn't mention that his hate filled rhetoric almost resulted in some of them being killed. Instead, he sees only a "liberal" plot to silence him.

This little creep really is going to get someone killed. And, as he here makes painfully clear, he doesn't care about that. He really is the most dangerous man in American broadcasting. Unhinged and, seemingly, unconcerned about the fact that his conspiracy fuelled hate speak almost resulted in bloodshed.

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