Glenn Beck had former CIA official Michael Sheuer on his show, during which they speculated that America would be better off if we were to be attacked by terrorists again…

The only chance we have as a country right now is for Osama bin Laden to deploy and detonate a major weapon in the United States…It’s an absurd situation again, only Osama can execute an attack which will force Americans to demand that their government protect them effectively, consistently, and with as much violence as necessary.

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That’s the same Michael Sheuer who proclaimed that anyone who did not support America’s use of torture to obtain information is anti-American. Keep in mind that Glenn Beck profits from this sort of fear mongering and it will only strengthen support for the tea parties he’s promoting.

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One Response to “Glenn Beck Guest Wants America Attacked”

  1. Adam Segal-Isaacson says:

    This is such an odd comment, even for a right-winger, as it borders on treason. If someone on the left had said this, they would be in jail for incitement most likely. How can Fox, which sees itself as defending American values, allow comments like this to pass unchallenged? How is urging the destruction of an American city (you can bet bin Laden wouldn’t detonate his nuke in Death Valley or some other relatively uninhabited spot) in any way a patriotic act? Or is Fox now Maoist, where the only people who matter are the people in the countryside and let the sinful cityfolk perish?

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