Howard Dean, speaking recently at Carnegie Mellon University, had some choice words about Fox News and the Tea Party. You can watch the Blaze-exclusive video of the speech here--and a snippet appears below:
There’s a difference between Fox and MSNBC. They’re both bias. . . . Bias is not the problem, it’s something that makes us mad, but it’s not the problem. It’s when you become a propaganda outlet. What Fox News says is often not true, and they know it’s not true and they say it anyway. It is not a news organization, it is a very expensive, incredibly well-funded, right-wing propaganda organization
Since some of Dean's remarks butt up against reality, Glenn Beck is wondering if Dean's comments were inspired by some sort of dementia.
Well, were they? You watch. You judge.