On radio Thursday, Glenn Beck responded to those accusing him of wild "conspiracy theories" connecting the extreme left and extreme Islam in the wake of the Egyptian unrest -- and he used three simple, succinct sentences to do so.
“I want the left to know, I plant my flag in this soil. If I’m wrong, so be it,” he said before laying out his case. “And you can discredit me all you want for the end of time, but I’m telling you I’m not wrong on this one. And there are three points that I want to make sure are very clear.”
Sentence one: "Groups from the hardcore socialist left, and extreme Islam will work together because of the common enemy of Israel."
Sentence two: "Groups from the hardcore socialist left and extreme Islam will work together because of the common enemy of capitalism."
Sentence three: "Groups from the hardcore socialist left, and extreme Islam will work together to overturn relative stability, because in the status quo, they are both ostracized from power and the mainstream in most of the world."
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