Did you know Glenn Beck, prior to becoming a political radio and tv hack, was a morning radio show hack? Described by Guy Zapoleon, KZZP’s program director as “always desperate for ratings and attention,” Beck also became known for something despicable.

“A couple days after Kelly’s wife, Terry, had a miscarriage, Beck called her live on the air and says, ‘We hear you had a miscarriage,’ ” remembers Brad Miller, a former Y95 DJ and Clear Channel programmer. “When Terry said, ‘Yes,’ Beck proceeded to joke about how Bruce [Kelly] apparently can’t do anything right — about he can’t even have a baby.”

Among those who were appalled by Beck’s prank call was Beck’s own wife, Claire, who had been friends with Kelly’s wife since the two worked together at WPGC.

Later, Beck became fueled by cocaine and alcohol… What a guy.

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3 Responses to “Glenn Beck Made Fun of Woman’s Miscarriage”

  1. yeah i know :(
    i felt kinda bad hearing it!
    imo, glenn should apologies for his comment! many people are offended due to him making fun of miscarriages! its not funny!
    .-= AdilĀ“s last blog ..Feirce Dragon =-.

  2. Cocaine and alcohol? That’s the first time I hear about that one lol He sure looks to be in very good health these days, I enjoy his enthusiasm and humor…

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    • ThinkAboutIt says:

      Until someone like Beck uses his elevated station in this sick media world to level unfair characterizations AT YOU, or makes fun of your mother, sister, brother, father…then he’s not so enjoyable anymore, now is he?

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