Two people were hospitalized after a vehicle intentionally rammed into several pedestrians and cyclists outside the Houses of Parliament in London early Tuesday morning. The incident is being treated as a terrorist attack.
Images surfaced last week of British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn laying a wreath near the graves of the terrorists that tortured and killed 11 Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics.
On Monday’s episode of “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Glenn said he was struck by the "juxtaposition" of these two terrorist-related stories coming out of London.
"Now, the first step to recovery, and I say this as a recovering alcoholic, is admitting you have a problem. But the London mayor, Sadiq Khan, doesn’t think it's anything out of the ordinary," Glenn said. "He actually said that all the terrorist attacks are simply 'part and parcel of living in a big city.' Well, yeah, I guess if you're living in Beirut, but generally not Western cities. Apparently Khan’s never heard of the 12-step program and he refuses to admit:'We have a problem.'"
"OK, so that brings me to the second story," he continued. "The story on the right showed British Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn holding a wreath at a cemetery. ... This grave belonged to the terrorists that tortured and killed all of the Jewish athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics."
"We already know how many on the Left, both in Europe and here in America, are trying to make groups like Hamas into peaceful protesting Gandi style-freedom fighters. We know that Chris Cuomo and CNN did that last night with Antifa," Glenn added. "But now we're trying to rewrite history and we're pretending that Munich never happened, [that it] wasn't such a bad thing? Black September was a violent, despicable, terror group. Hamas is just as bad as they were, and pretending that either of them don’t exist ... won’t stop them from attacking your city."
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