Just hours before the first presidential debate took place on Wednesday evening, Glenn Beck took time to ponder why conservatives have spent more time focused on the president's "race speech" from 2007 and not the U.S. Embassy attack in Benghazi, the "perilous state of the economy," or anything else that that truly matters to the American people.
At the end of the day, Beck believes that the 2007 video featuring President Obama engaged in race-baiting will not "move the needle at all" when it comes to public opinion, but that devoting time to serious issues "matters to people."
Beck, who believes America is "closer now to World War III" than it was during the Cuban Missile Crisis, also delved into the curious state of affairs concerning the FBI's alleged investigation (or rather, non-investigation) into the U.S. Embassy attacks. The questions raised in Beck's powerful segment are damning for the president and worthy of consideration, yet the media at large seems to be turning a blind eye. Why?