Glenn Beck And Child Pornography? Who Knew?

Watching Glenn Beck’s mental stability deteriorate before our very eyes is like viewing the aftermath of a terrible car accident. It is disgusting and revolting yet somehow simultaneously compelling. The gore and stench is vomit-inducing, yet we continue to bear with it so that we can viscerally experience the full ugly scene. Nevertheless, when the carnage and debris is finally carted away, the spectacle is quickly forgotten and we resume our daily lives. Let’s hope that is the way that the Glenn Beck meltdown plays out. It will be best for America if Glenn Beck is remembered as a momentary disaster from which most of us emerged unscathed.

Fox News should someday be embarrassed by the fact that it marketed Glenn Beck as a serious voice in the realm of political discourse. This raving, crying man-baby should never have been offered the opportunity to broadcast his uber-conservative conspiracy theories to the nationwide masses without prefacing each show with one of those “The views and opinions of Glenn Beck should in no way be considered as representative of those of a sane person” disclaimers. After all, his college career lasted all of one course. Not one year or one semester mind you, ONE COURSE. If that were not enough to disqualify him from being considered a qualified news source, consider his multiple marriages and confessed drug and alcohol addiction as an indication of his lack of self control and commitment. Beck is also the guy who went on national television and reported that President Obama has “a deep-seated hatred for white people.” He is clearly unhinged and the “hatred for white people” comment initiated a massive and continuing advertiser boycott of his program.

During the last week, Beck’s witch-hunt has been directed at billionaire George Soros, the straw-man demon of all conservatives. Soros of course, is the Jewish Holocaust survivor,  businessman and notable philanthropist focused on supporting liberal ideals and causes. He played a significant role in the peaceful transition from communism to capitalism in Hungary and provided Europe’s largest-ever higher education endowment to Central European University in Budapest. In the United States, he is known for donating large sums of money in an effort to defeat President George W. Bush’s bid for re-election in 2004. He was an initial donor to the Center for American Progress, and he continues to support the organization through the Open Society Foundations. He contributes to such fact-checking and political myth debunking entities as and

By virtue of his philanthropy and liberal agenda, George Soros is considered a dangerous enemy by Fox News as a whole and Glenn Beck in particular. So how does Beck counter Soros? Easy, he does it by lying and twisting the laws of physics in such a way that he labels the Jewish Holocaust survivor as an anti-semitic Holocaust collaborator. Beck went so far as to suggest that Soros helped “send the Jews” to “death camps” during the Holocaust. Beck said that Soros had “to go and confiscate the property of your fellow Jews” during the Holocaust.

Becks blatantly false accusations against Soros led to widespread condemnation from prominent Jewish leaders and Holocaust survivors. Anti-Defamation League national director Abraham H. Foxman called the comments “completely inappropriate, offensive and over the top,” as well as “unacceptable” and “horrific.” Elan Steinberg, vice president of the the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors and Their Descendants, called the Beck accusations “monstrous.” And Simon Greer, president of the Jewish Funds for Justice, said that Beck had “deliberately and grotesquely mischaracterize[d]” Soros’ experience and engaged in “a form of Holocaust revisionism.”

Truth be told, Soros was thirteen years old in March 1944 when Nazi Germany occupied Hungary. Soros worked for the Jewish Council, which had been established during the Nazi occupation of Hungary to forcibly carry out Nazi and Hungarian government anti-Jewish measures. Soros later described this time to writer Michael Lewis:

The Jewish Council asked the little kids to hand out the deportation notices. I was told to go to the Jewish Council. And there I was given these small slips of paper…It said report to the rabbi seminary at 9 a.m….And I was given this list of names. I took this piece of paper to my father. He instantly recognized it. This was a list of Hungarian Jewish lawyers. He said, “You deliver the slips of paper and tell the people that if they report they will be deported.”

In 1944, at age 14, Soros lived with and posed as the godson of an employee of the Hungarian Ministry of Agriculture. On one occasion, the official was ordered to inventory the remaining contents of the estate of a wealthy Jewish family that had fled the country. Rather than leave the young George alone in the city, the official brought him along. Soros was merely a young boy attempting to stay alive by hiding his identity. He never confiscated any property. He was merely a bystander on that one occasion.

When Glenn Beck finally realized what a firestorm of contempt he had ignited with his false accusations, he immediately went on the defensive. He concocted a brand new fictitious conspiracy in which he claims that he will be falsely accused of something of which he is not guilty (or is he?) as a means of liberal revenge. He said this on his radio program:

“I thought about this morning as I was saying my prayers this morning, and I was reading Psalms, I thought to myself, ‘I’m glad my children will always know the truth.’ And I thought of all the things they could possibly say—the greatest thing I have going for me is I have no lies in my life. I don’t have lies in my life. I— I— I—I—I’m—I pay my income tax. I—I—I pay my bills. I’m honest in all of my business dealings. I try to be a good guy. I’m not always a good guy. I try to be a good guy. I try to be a good parent. I—I don’t drink; I don’t take drugs. I—uhh—you know—I’m not—I’m not into ch—I’m not even into—I was going to say I’m not into child pornography. I’m not only not into child pornography, I’m not into pornography. So, no matter what you read about me—no matter what you read about me, umm, in the coming months, or whenever, that’s fine. I really—I mean—I can’t imagine what they’re gonna—but they have to say something. There has to be something fabricated about me. Has to be! You just can’t let this juggernaut go as we’re changing everything because I’m rolling dude heavy.”

Hey Glenn, just because you are paranoid does not mean that they are not out to get you! But jeesh, child pornography? What’s up with that? Sounds to us like maybe you are already setting up some sort of alibi. Why is it that with ultra-conservatives it always comes down to some sort of illicit sex scandal? You know, like “Diaper” Dave Vitter and his prostitutes, Larry “Loo” Craig and his foot tapping men’s room escapade, Mark Sanford “and Son” and his South of the Border soirees and Sarah Palin and her sex-targeted children just to name a few? But child pornography, Glenn? How low can you go?

Please remember to click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with today’s song parody.

The Fool On The Hill song link:


(sung to the Beatles song, “The Fool On The Hill”)

Day after day
He gives us a chill
Glenn Beck is crying again
Let’s watch his eyes start to fill

And nobody wants to know him
They can see that he’s just a fool
And he has not one good answer
Beck’s the fool who knows nil

George Soros stares him down
And Glenn’s face grows bright red
As his head spins around

Glenn’s head today,
Filled up with sound
Beck’s head hears a thousand voices
Screaming nonsense so loud

Everybody wants to jeer him
For the weeping that he does fake
Yet Glenn never seems to notice
Beck’s the fool who knows nil

He’s a dim-witted clown
In need of some strong meds
Beck’s off to crazy-town

(musical interlude)

And nobody seems to like him
It looks like he’s back on the booze
Or maybe he’s back drug dealing
Beck’s the fool who knows nil

He’s beginning to drown
And his sponsors have fled
Soon he’ll be not around

Oh, round, an’ round, an’ round, an’ round, an’ round
Nobody listens to him
They know that he’s a fool
They don’t like him
The fool who knows nil

He’s beginning to drown
And his sponsors have fled
Soon he’ll be not around

Oh, round, an’ round, an’ round, an’ round
Oh …

Posted on November 23, 2010, in David Vitter, Fox News, Glenn Beck, Larry Craig, Mark Sanford, Sarah Palin, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. First off, I like your new theme style. And second, after reading the transcript of Beck’s comments, it almost made me develop a stutter.

  2. From the transcript, it looks like he’s using the Joe Miller method of lying about his background. Miller went to school, so why shouldn’t Beck copy?

  3. Praying to God for tax cuts

    Beck has managed- so he says- to parry the demons of booze and drugs, but the intolerable burden of having to pay his income tax continues to make his miserable life utterly unbearable. One can clearly see how the nightmare scenario of property confiscation would touch such a raw nerve!

  4. He has a team of researchers and lawyers. He footnotes original sources. How do you explain Van Jones’ STORM (his own writings?)
    He has the friendship and backing of very knowledeable people. He has a good track record. Stop suspending reality and look to history. He is not the enemy. Spin it any way you want but he is scoring with an enlarging group of Americans and Internationals who see it like it is. He doesn’t want to be your enemy, why do you work so hard to be his?

    • Not really. He is a sensationalist who broadcasts misinformation.. His facts are proven wrong time and again. His team of researchers and lawyers cannot be very competent if they are responsible for providing such baseless information to Beck. He has a lousy track record. How else do you explain his belief in “death panels” and “communist takeovers”. Here is a list of some more of Beck’s proven lies:

      1. Labor union president Andy Stern is “most frequent visitor” at the White House.
      2. Less than 10% of Obama’s Cabinet appointees “have any experience in the private sector.”
      3. “Mitt Romney … gave you government health care that is now bankrupting the state” of Massachusetts.
      4. Forty-five percent of doctors “say they’ll quit” if health care reform passes.
      5. “Why do we have automatic citizenship upon birth? We’re the only country in the world that has it.”
      6. “In the health care bill, we’re now offering insurance for dogs.”
      7. John Holdren, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, “has proposed forcing abortions and putting sterilants in the drinking water to control population.”
      8. Franklin Roosevelt never allocated more than 12 percent of GDP to federal spending, while the percentage for Barack Obama is not projected to drop below 22.8 percent.
      9. Chile ranks third internationally in economic freedom, while the U.S. ranks 17th.
      10. “You don’t know if this (the H1N1 vaccine) is gonna cause neurological damage like it did in the 1970s.”
      Do you need any more proof that he is a serial misinformer?

  5. Pat:

    Isn’t that always the case? They pop in here and make a questionable comment but then disappear when they are challenged. I would like the conservative trolls to stop by and comment, but I would also like them to verbally spar a bit on the subject also, too.

  6. Scoring with an enlarging group of Americans

    Beck upon his return from the retreat with his friends and backers, the very knowledgeable Koch Bros.

  7. First let me say I found this article by accident and I actually used to hate Mr. Beck quite a bit. He is only doing what gets him ratings and “conspiracy theory” does that because most Americans are realizing that we are all slaves to the IMF, world bank, federal reserve and other multinational banking cartels. People need to get over their hurt feelings and whatever because for some reason its genetically impossible for most people to say “conspiracy” without adding a “theory” on the end. So if we don’t all stick together the holocaust is just going to repeat itself in america. Just a few research points I can mention are project paperclip and the creation of plum island. There is to many to list and Mr. Beck sure don’t cover most of it. To wrap up my thoughts quite simply since I’m typing this on a mobile device. I think all conspiracies deserve to be looked at as true and if they are false no big deal, but if they are true we might stop great misdeeds and possibly correct mistakes made in the past. However I do no believe Glenn Beck is the one people should be listening too. Not when there are people like Matthew Drudge, Alex Jones, Jessie Ventura and basically a handful of other much more credible people than this guy. I would rather face the dangers than loose my freedoms.

    • Hey listen, I’m into conspiracy theories as much as the next guy. For instance, I don’t think we ever went to the moon. But really, Drudge is just as much a misinformer as is Beck.

      • Well I guess I just spend more time checking what others say regardless of who says it or why. I like to research and I hate TV that’s how I came by this article in the first place. As far as drudge goes I just find your statement funny because a lot of his stories are links to other media publications and many news media and political figures use his site as a reference. He’s not on fox news mind you but still gets 1.9 million daily unique hits on his site. Sometimes people like this are wrong but the truth is most people are too scared to believe the truth, or search for it. I have been watching everything going on in politics for a long time now and I can look back at speeches from past presidents and political figures from both parties then look at the documents they sign and all I can ask myself is why??? Why do both parties always follow the same agenda on paperwork but not in their speeches? It’s because people elect who they want and forget to question their actions because they think they elected that person and that person will do what they say. It’s our job as Americans to question government, to always keep a watchful eye on everything because for the right price anyone can be payed off and its easy to hide especially guys like glenn beck. If a ex-morning radio DJ with hardly any collage can change his point of view despite what the network he works for would like him to be saying can come on Mainstream tv and say these things I’m glad because even if he’s wrong there is NOTHING WRONG with more people asking questions rather then just believing the “official story” spoon fed to them by the government. If you just accept whatever your told you deserve to be a slave because you didn’t care enough to ask questions. And that my friend is a quote from congressman Ron Paul. I would always rather face the fear rather than give up my rights either way the world is a hurtful and dangerous place but if you give up your right to privacy (the patriot act 2001) in the name of terrorism, then find out 10 years later that not a single American has died of terrorist acts since 9/11 but now the government has the right to put cameras on every street corner and tap your phone because they want to then the TSA is enabled to feel up your 3 year olds genitals in the name of a nearly non-existent threat to Americans well next thing you know you are forced into paying for socialized medical care and all because people refused to listen to what someone else called disinformation. But all you had to do was stop caring about the next episode of jersey shore or who got kicked off survivor and actually go out and try and see for yourself what is going on in the world and even a guy like Glenn Beck starts to make sense, which believe me I really do hate because just a year ago this guy was saying that all of this is total bs but is now on national tv saying Yes there is a new world order, yes the government is poisoning our food through corn products that absorb toxins(corn was even used to cleanse the soil after we dropped a nuke on Japan),yes fluoride in drinking water makes you more controllable and is bad for you to actually consume. So if any of this is not true it at least deserves to be researched by anyone who claims to care.

        The actions of each, depends the fate of all -Alexander the Great

      • I agree that govt. action should be monitored, but the wild accusations of Beck, Coulter, Malkin and Limbaugh should not be taken seriously very often. The reason? Because when Republicans are in power those pundits simply tow the party line and defend every action of the GOP. And one other thing, I am not a licensed psychiatrist, but I did sleep at a Holiday Inn Express last night and therefore I can tell you that Glenn Beck has a mental disorder and is on his way to a breakdown.

        As for the Drudge Report, it cannot be trusted. Time and again it has been exposed for printing incorrect information and for poor sourcing. Most damaging to its credibility however, is the fact that exposed liar and fact-fabricator, Andrew Breitbart (ACORN and NAACP fabrications) assists with running the site. ‘Nuff said.

  8. If I have not mentioned I really like what your doing here, your very intelligent and outspoken. This is truly what this great nation is about. The fact is I really do agree with you for the most part. In my opinion fox news is less credible then Drudge for the reason you just mentioned. Yes I know about what you speak of with Drudge. I also know that Rupert Murdock the guy who basically owns fox news and 20th century films, as well ad fox searchlight and is invested in many other things is known for buying off politicians for his own agenda and his news team in my opinion reflects a very unfair and weighted to one side coverage though they say different. CNN is really no better, and I fear msnbc has gotten worse but that’s kind of my point. If you listen to any one figure your possibly being lead down a rat hole. I guess that’s the point I have been trying to make. I have respect for everyone and for most things I believe anyone can repent and change but sometimes it takes wild accusations to get people thinking and keep those in power on their toes in the wake sometimes bad things are said but that’s why they throw that “theory” in conspiracy. I have a drug addicted brother who is older than me I know what its like to have someone steal from you(or commit crimes again you), you know who it is and when they did it but can’t prove it and the criminal wins. Happy thanksgiving and have a great holiday for the new year 🙂

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