Glenn Beck on Wednesday excoriated those who were up in arms about the so-called Republican "war on women," but have done nothing to combat the violence against women in the Middle East.
"How many children died yesterday in Pakistan? Do we have the final numbers?" Beck demanded on his radio program.
Beck's co-hosts told him there were at least 141 killed in a Taliban attack on a school in Peshawar. Most of the victims were children.
"You want to talk about a war on women, here it is, America," Beck said heatedly. "Here it is, you female activists, you frauds. Here it is. Why did they kill [these people]? Why did they kill 131 children? Because a woman won the Nobel Peace Prize."
Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014, two years after being shot on a school bus by the Taliban for advocating education for women.
Beck said the hypocrisy doesn't end there, and remarked that "this story would be huge" if Jews had slaughtered over 100 schoolchildren.
"But because it is Islamic radicals that are doing it, they dismiss it. Nobody wants to talk about it," Beck said. "This is an outrage. You want to talk about the war on women and the war on children, the war on families, the war on decency, the war on God, there it is. You think these people worship the same God as you do? You're sadly mistaken. This is evil, period."
Beck predicted that because he called the Taliban evil, people will "cry racist" and accuse him of hating all Muslims.
"You can't win," he said.
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