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Glenn Beck's controversial statements on Norway tragedy

Glenn Beck's controversial statements on Norway tragedy

If you are a reader of one of the many liberal rag blogs that hate Glenn Beck, you learned today that Beck is a really bad person who hates dead teenagers. True, said lib blogs are paid to manufacture outrage – but THIS time the Beckster has sunk to new lows! Beck described the horrific acts of terror in Norway in the despicable sort of way only he can.

First, Beck rushed to non-judgment when hearing about the attacks:

"everybody was willing to say, it's Muslim extremists!  It's Muslim extremists!  I don't think we made a comment on it because we didn't know other than there was a bombing that happened"

After more facts came to light, Beck's hatred for innocent children became shockingly apparent:

"so there's this political camp and some crazy man goes and starts shooting kids."

To make matters worse, Beck reiterated the same point again!

"I want to make this very, very clear.  This is the act of a madman.  This is the act of somebody who needs to be in prison for the rest of their life.  This is not anything that anyone should ever engage in.  There is no difference between him and the 9/11 bombers.  Nothing.  No difference.  He is just as bad as Osama Bin Laden, period."

Doesn't Glenn Beck know when enough is enough? Nope. Amazingly, the hate continued to flow.

"This guy is a monster.  This guy is a monster."

"90 minutes this was going on.  People were ‑‑ these kids were swimming across the lake trying to get help.  Neighbors were coming and getting in their boats and going and rowing across the water to be able to grab these kids out.  This guy was an absolute and total monster.”

"can you imagine the monster that it takes to say, "You know the best way to stop this is to kill all the children."  Monster, total and complete monster."

"He wished to attack society and the structure of society.  I don't have anything in common with that.  Do you?  I don't want a revolution."

To the untrained eye, the overwhelmingly obvious point of this monologue would seem to be that the crazed killer was indeed a crazed killer – the same exact thing everyone else in America believes. But thanks to the honest, no agenda, salt of the Earth people in the liberal blogosphere, the truth about Glenn Beck’s hatred for innocent murdered teenagers is now clear for everyone in America to see.

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