Just one minute into Glenn Beck's radio program Wednesday, Beck and co-hosts Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere began celebrating the Republican victories in the 2014 midterm elections with a unique song about Sen. Harry Reid losing his job as Senate majority leader.
Gray played celebratory music and began to screech: "Harry Reid has lost his job! It's because he is an evil slob. Harry Reid has lost his job. He's the world's most evil slob!"
Gray has long disliked the Nevada Democrat, once writing a commentary piece for TheBlaze in which he argued Reid is the "worst living human being on the planet." Among other things, Gray cited Reid's propensity to slander private citizens on the Senate floor, including Americans who lost or can no longer afford their health insurance as a result of Obamacare.
Beck asked his audience to excuse their excitement, saying they haven't had many good days politically since 2010.
"We've had our teeth kicked in, and we've had other days where our teeth weren't kicked in as bad as we thought," he joked. "But we haven't had a good day in quite some time."
The trio proceeded to highlight some of the GOP victories, paying particular attention to the historic wins by Tim Scott (R-S.C.), the first black senator elected in the South since Reconstruction, and Mia Love (R-Utah), the first black Republican woman elected to the House of Representatives.
"Harry Reid has lost his job! It's because he is an evil slob," Gray began to sing again. "Harry Reid has lost his job. He's the world's most evil slob!"
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