Glenn Beck has a message for anyone who is "crying for revolution, insurrection ... and a call to arms": He wants nothing to do with you.
"This morning I got up and I saw some more news reports, and more people in America that are standing up now and crying for revolution, insurrection, arming yourself, and a call to arms," Beck said on his radio program Tuesday. "I will tell you I believe in the Second Amendment, and I will defend myself. I believe in the rights that we have. But I will tell you more than I believe in my rights, I believe in the responsibilities that we have to God. And God does not call anyone to anger. God does not call anyone to vengeance ever, ever, ever."
Beck said on his television program Monday that, according to PsyID, a company that monitors social media, between 10 and 15 percent of those who are taking a stand for Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy are "truly frightening" and "don’t care what the facts are; they just want a fight." Beck likened them to "the right’s version of Occupy Wall Street."
"Right now," Beck continued on his radio program, "if you go to my Facebook page, you will see these people everywhere. They are the people that are full of anger and rage ... The common theme seems to be, 'I'm shocked at Glenn Beck. I always knew he was a fraud.'"
Beck said anyone who is surprised by his call for peace among the controversy isn't actually a fan of his.
"You tear off your mask by saying that, because I have talked about Gandhi, Martin Luther King and prayer and peace since I was at CNN," he said. "That is who I am at the core. And if you think I am something else, then I don't know how you missed it."
He reminded his audience of how "there was no bitterness, there was no anger and there was no guile" when they met in Washington, D.C., in 2010 for his Restoring Honor event.
"Most people won't remember this -- it is why we played hymns," Beck said. "We played hymns the two hours before that event started on that Mall. And I did it intentionally. I hand-selected every song that was played ... and the reason why I did is because we had to invite the spirit of peace, and that's why you felt what you felt when we went to Washington."
Beck proceeded to read something he wrote before his "Restoring Courage" event in Israel in 2011.
"I want you to listen carefully to it, because I am planting my flag here," Beck said. "If you are somebody that says 'I'm for violence ... I am angry and I'm not going to take it anymore, and I'm going to act on that anger,' then I want you to go to my Facebook page and unfriend me. I want you to go to my newsletter page and I want you to unsubscribe. I want you to go to TheBlaze TV and I want you to cancel your subscription today."
Beck reminded his listeners that "there are more of us than them," and the way to win against angry revolutionaries on the left or right is to stand on principles and virtues. There is a reason Martin Luther King, Jr. is remembered as a heroic historical figure who changed the world, he reminded, and Malcolm X is not.
Watch the clip below to hear Beck read the full letter he wrote in 2011 before Restoring Courage.
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