Apparently, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Glenn Beck’s hate mongering and race baiting by inviting him to be a keynote speaker next Tuesday, September 15, at a U.S. Chamber of Commerce forum in Michigan sponsored by several major corporations, including AT&T, Comcast, and Dow Corning.

The top sponsors of the Michigan event are Comcast, AT&T, and Consumers Energy. AT&T is on the board of the Chamber of Commerce but has pulled its ads from Glenn Beck’s show. Other Chamber members who have stopped advertising on Beck — but are giving him a platform in Michigan — include Aegon, CVS, State Farm Insurance, and UPS.

Contact the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and tell them that this is unacceptable. Their phone numbers, address and URL to a contact form can be found below. Also be sure to contact AT&T, Comcast and Dow Corning to let them know who and what they are sponsoring!

Contact Information:

Michigan Chamber of Commerce
600 S. Walnut Street
Lansing, Michigan 48933
(517) 371-2100 or toll free at (800) 748-0266

http://www.michamber.com/mx/contactus

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2 Responses to “Michigan Chamber of Commerce Invites Glenn Beck to be Keynote Speaker”

  1. It is not surprising that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce would invite Beck. This outfit is pro Big Business, pro deregulation and a paid subsidiary of the Republican National Committee. They are anti-worker, and for the most part I believe that they are Anti-American because they promote anti-immigration laws that would save American jobs for born and bred Americans.

  2. james combs says:

    Glenn Beck as keynote speaker for Michigan Chamber of Commerce does not move Michigan Forward. Beck and his buddies at Fox news are not reporters they are distorters. It is sick and wrong to invite crackpots like him. He has nothing to say that supports Michigan. I lived in Kalamazoo for 30 years and taught at Western Michigan University. I grew to love the state. I retired and moved out 9 nine year ago. I am ashamed for my once beloved state. Please reconsider and change your speaker.

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