Murdoch Tells Beck To Get The Fox Outta Here

The New York Times reports that moonbat-crazy Glenn Beck may be told to pack up his things and leave Fox News-Ville in December when his contract with the propaganda network expires.

Beck has lost more than a third of his audience since last August and it is easy to see why. He is having a mental breakdown on a nightly basis before our very eyes. His television stage-set resembles the hidden away attic classroom of an addle-minded tenured professor who has been reduced to spewing unintelligible gibberish and writing inane code on a blackboard in front of which there are no longer any sane students. His conspiracy theories are so wildly imaginative and unrealistic that even the other Fox hosts such as Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity steer well clear of all things Beckian. Simply stated, Glenn beck has become a raving lunatic and a liability to Fox News.

Glenn Beck’s steady fall from grace began in 2009 when he proclaimed that President Barack Obama has a “deep-seated hatred for white people”. That remark caused such a public backlash that that over 300 advertisers pulled their commercials from his program. Virtually his only remaining sponsors are gold-hawking economic doomsayers. The resultant startling loss of advertising revenue was not something the Fox network enjoyed. Soon thereafter, Beck began to describe wacky conspiracies involving socialists, communists, leftists and Muslims all joining forces to infiltrate the Obama administration and then take down the world. Honestly, even Austin Powers’ arch enemy, the sinister Dr. Evil, could not come up with something that devilish.

Fox executives should have realized that Beck spelled trouble from the very beginning. He has no formal education or work experience in the world of politics. Glenn Beck’s college career consisted of ONE COURSE, not one semester mind you, but one course. His radio background consisted of merely a bunch of shock-jock jobs with a number of different stations. Add to that his history of alcohol and drug abuse, and you have a recipe for some kind of on-air nervous breakdown. That is exactly what we and Beck’s bosses are witnessing at the moment. It is obvious that the network wants to rid itself of Beck’s huge salary and distance itself from his meltdown as soon as possible. For Fox News, December 2011 cannot come soon enough.

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 topical song parody.

Always On My Mind” song link:


(sung to the Willie Nelson song “You Were Always On My Mind”)

Glennie, we didn’t love you
Quite as often as we could have
Still, our goal is to defeat you
Cut your audience in half

Limbaugh makes you feel second best
It is him you are behind
Glenn, you’ve simply lost your mind
Glenn, you’ve simply lost your mind

And maybe Fox should’ve told you
Your show is a waste of time
All those folks that you sell gold to
Would do best to keep their dimes

Crazy things that you have said and done
Show a brain that’s in decline
Glenn, you’ve simply lost your mind
Glenn, you’ve simply lost your mind

Glenn B.
Tell us some more big outrageous lies
Silly conspiracies made-up in your mind
You should be tranquilized

(crying break)

Crazy things that you have said and done
Show a brain that’s in decline
Beck has simply lost his mind
Beck has simply lost his mind
Beck has simply lost his mind
Beck has simply lost his mind

Posted on March 11, 2011, in Fox News, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. That’s still a long time for this whacko to do damage. I’m hoping he gives himself a heart attack well before then. Good work on this version of the song.

  2. I can’t believe Ailes and Murdoch didn’t know what they were getting from the start.

    Good riddance to bad rubbish. May this jackass/fascist have to spend his declining years on public assistance. I’ll bet the divorce is going to ruin him, too.

  3. The End Is Near

    The New York Times? That could well be a communist caliphate conspiracy!

    The Perfesser’s ratings are still good enough for basic cable, and even Sarah Palin -a very influential political figure- is a big fan: “Who’d have thought a history buff with a quirky sense of humor and a chalkboard could make for such riveting television?”

    It’s hard to imagine Murdoch canceling any show on Fox out of a sense of embarrassment.

  4. Should be Becko’s new theme song…

  5. I don’t know. Beck is no crazier than Hannity and HIS barely nuanced conspiracy theories, and O’Reilly had a cozy chat with Beck just last week on air. Meanwhile, Sarah Palin, daughter and sister os teachers, is taking shots at union bosses, calling them ‘thugs.’ I guess she should know the meaning of that word very well, as it describes her precisely. The whole network is wacko. Megyn Kelly goes off on the President at every opportunity, lies, and appears to not remember one thing she was taught in law school. The latest, about the woman who was beaten over a parking space spat, was “Is she responsible for this beating?” What? I know there is a war on women, but when a hundred pound women is beaten onto a coma by a man over a parking slot…she is NOT the one at fault. The FCC should shut them all down, but given the lack of ethics in the GOP, it will never happen. Even the shootings in Tucson did nothing to temper their tirades.

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