Glenn Beck warned that a "very bad scenario" is "headed our way" following Tuesday's midterm elections during an appearance on Fox News Wednesday evening.
Responding to a question from host Bill O'Reilly, Beck said he fears President Barack Obama will move even further to the left in the wake of the Republican tsunami that swept the country.
"I think this president, and I hope this is not true, but I think this president is going to go more radical," Beck said. "He doesn't have anything to lose. He is going to super-serve the uber-left, and the Republicans are not prepared for this. They’re playing politics circa 1975."
The talk-show host then warned that America is in a dangerous place.
"And I think we have a very bad scenario headed our way where somebody, because the Democrats won't be blamed on it," he said. "Somebody is going to be able to play the middle ground between the evil Republicans and this president, and I think it could get ugly."
"I think we’re in the most dangerous period now [that] the Republic has been in since the Civil War, from now until the spring of 2016," Beck concluded.
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