For those who think that the speculation about Glenn Beck allegedly raping and murdering a girl in 1990 is irrelevant, I give you the following video showing Glenn Beck doing the same thing to Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), the first Muslim member of the House of Representatives. Beck asserts, “Prove to me that you are not working with our enemies…” then states that while he doesn’t think he is, that is his fear.

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2 Responses to “Glenn Beck Asks Muslim Rep Question Not Based on Reality”

  1. Oh my god! What a helpless interview was that??? Was it even an interview? I am left confused about so much non-professionality! What was Beck thinking back there. “Are you working with our enemies…” Does he really expect an honest answer? Would the rep probably say:” Yes, I am working with your enemies, that`s right!” ??? Ridicoulous!

  2. Oh come on that wasn’t that bad. Beck could have mentioned more strongly that he was addressing concerns that many Americans do have. (Yes, many Americans do have those fears).

    Other than potentially being more careful, which isn’t something Beck is known for, I think Beck is alright here.

    He is also right in that we are integrating immigrants more successfully than Europe. We aren’t banning minarets or religious attire, for example.

    Also, kudos for Representative Ellison for taking the question like a man.

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