Here is Glenn Beck, once again, proving his fans wrong about finding the truth on Fox News…

BECK: I know [Fox News White House correspondent] Major Garrett doesn’t ask the questions at the White House, because he’s never called on. Hmmm. I wonder why.

Actually, Beck, Garrett has been called on at every press briefing Gibbs held in August and one the same day Beck made the false claim above (Aug 3, 4, 6, 7, 12). Also, Obama called on Garrett several times (Feb 9, March 24, April 4, June 23). Oops…

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2 Responses to “Glenn Beck False Claim About White House Press Questions”

  1. Richard Vu says:

    To the educated people, we understand Beck’s tactic, it’s to create an audience that will buy his book “Common Sense”. And to the people that are less educated, not willing to read and get the facts for themselves, they turn to Beck. It’s easier to be destructive than to be constructive. In my opinion, it’s common sense not to buy a book about “Common Sense”. It’s like buying an ABC book for yourself after you’ve already learned how to read and write.

  2. jack sanders says:

    If you lived way back in the woods with an outside privy you might have an excuse to have his book. Smear his words with some common scents.

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