On the "Glenn Beck Program" Friday, Glenn offered his take on CNN's White House correspondent Jim Acosta's latest self-imposed humiliation, as well as the mainstream media's dishonest agenda to downplay the border crisis.
"Jim Acosta has a real problem with the president saying this is a humanitarian crisis," said Glenn, introducing Acosta's widely mocked video, which was obviously meant to discredit President Donald Trump's claim that there's a crisis at our southern border, but inadvertently proved that border walls are effective.
"Here's the audio. Listen to this arrogant fool," said Glenn.
"Here are some of the steel slats that the president's been talking about," Acosta said in the video. "But as we're walking along here, we're not seeing any kind of imminent danger. There are no migrants trying to rush toward this fence here in the McAllen Texas area ... no sign of the national emergency that the president has been talking about. As a matter of fact, it's pretty tranquil."
"Where were you, Jim ... when I was in McAllen Texas? You know, because there was a humanitarian crisis," said Glenn.
Glenn cued up an audio montage, compiled by
podcast host Mike Broomhead, of both President Barack Obama and President Trump repeatedly using the word "crisis" to describe the situation at our southern border, as well as calling for increased efforts to keep our borders secure.
"Both of them [President Obama and President Trump] have been talking about humanitarian crisis, and everybody in America knows it except for the 'journalist' like Jim Acosta," said Glenn.
"You [Acosta] happened to be in the place where the humanitarian crisis was happening under Obama ... I was there," he added. "That's why I called CNN and said, 'Hey, do you know that they're putting kids in cages?' But you weren't there. You were probably at the zoo doing the expose: 'Glenn Beck says they're putting children in cages. Well, I'm here at the San Diego Zoo, and I don't see any children in these cages.'"
Watch the video clip above the catch more of Glenn's reaction to the mainstream media's blatantly dishonest coverage of the crisis at the border.
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