Mark Levin Responds To Glenn Beck's Crazed Tirade Against Scott Brown
Beck's World Domination Bid Threatened By Man In Truck
*** UPDATED: GLENN BECK ALSO USES TV SHOW TO BASH SCOTT BROWN ***
In the deranged world of Glenn Beck, 2010 is meant to be the Year of Global Domination. He's even got a Plan designed to reach this totalitarian goal.
Sadly for Glenn, out of nowhere, a man with a pick-up truck in Wrentham, Massachusetts has become a national political superstar by taking a wrecking ball to the Democratic Party's political machine.
Has Scott Brown derailed Beck's dream of limitless power? Probably not, but the syndicated radio / cable television host clearly feels threatened nonetheless. What else explains Beck's assertion that the Senator-Elect from Massachusetts could see his career end "with a dead intern"?
It's Glenn's way of cutting that truck's brake lines just as Scott prepares to drive it to Capitol Hill.
While conservatives and independent voters celebrated Brown's victory over a sinister political machine that has ruled with an iron fist for half a century, a pouncing Beck projected scorn and derision during today's radio program:
Beck's unhinged performance isn't sitting well with fellow syndicated talker and best-selling author Mark Levin. Reached via email a short time ago, Levin had this reaction to Beck's crazed rant:
You know, the really ignorant thing about criticizing Brown is that in kidding around with his girls, it actually shows he is a good family man. Ask any guy who is a father of girls: doing something deliberately to provoke the "oh daddy!" squirm of embarrassment from the teenage daughters is something only a father with a good, comfortable relationship does (and he never misses a chance to do so).
If smearing Brown was a joke, I don't think it was very funny. It's very weird.
At Riehl World View, Dan Riehl notes the damaging nature of Beck's tirade:
Oh, I know. It's just comedy. But it won't be in two years when liberals supporting Brown's opponent troll it up to initiate a discussion around Scott Brown's victory speech - without the context of the whole thing. Nah, they'll just be citing a former CPAC speaker to engage in smear tactics against Brown because Beck is being given political credibility by the Right.
Most won't appreciate that, now. But Beck's radio show which, truthfully, relatively few people listen to compared to the other national hosts, will provide the Left with a treasure trove of remarks taken out of context to hurt the Right at the polls. But, why should Beck care? He's getting paid for it, after all.
If Beck were really a movement conservative, he would recognize this. So what is his real agenda?
UPDATE: Beck also used his FOX TV show Wednesday to attack Scott Brown:
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