What would Glenn Beck do for ratings? What would Fox News’ Fox & Friends air on its show without dispute? Hint: It’s calling the President of the United States a racist.

That’s right, Glenn Beck was on Fox & Friends and stated, “this president has exposed himself, I think, as a guy, over and over and over again, who has a deep-seated hatred for white people, or white culture.” He then contradicts himself, while supporting his claim, by stating, “I’m not saying that he doesn’t like white people. I’m saying he has a problem. He has a, this guy is, I believe, a racist.”

What was that? First Beck claims that Obama hates white people, then claims he’s not saying that, while in the same breath calls Obama a racist.

And, of course, Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade, to whom Beck was speaking, doesn’t challenge these assertions one bit.

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2 Responses to “Glenn Beck Claims President Obama is a Racist”

  1. kevin davis says:

    Too bad that cable news is losing all credibility , they are not under FCC guidlines and feel that they have no need of restraint reguarding hate speech of their “news personalities” Glenn Beck in particular. Clean up your act and police yourself, or hit the off switch just like I have done.

  2. True, If someone give statement, this should followed by authentic proof and evidence. Don’s say ‘He have a problem’. Who have the problem in here? From the post above we already know who actually have problem.
    .-= Ruri´s last blog ..How Do Hybrid Cars Work? =-.

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