In 2009, the mainstream media reacted with sanctimonious outrage after Glenn Beck suggested that then-President Barack Obama might be racist.
This isn't about defending President Obama, they lamented, but about the unforgivable act of calling the president of the United States the "r-word."
Fast forward ten years and no one hesitates to call our current president a racist -- in fact, it seems to be a requirement for anyone in the mainstream media.
On the "Glenn Beck Radio Program" Friday, the team put together a special "Happy 10-year Racistversary" celebration for Glenn, complete with music, cake, and two eye-opening "then-and-now" videos that show just how much things have changed when it comes to "throwing out the 'r' word" about the president of the United States.
Watch the 2 videos below:
'Racistversary:' The Media Then and Now
The Media: Then and Now
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