January 21, 2010, - 4:28 pm

Drama Queen Beck Shows His True Colors on Scott Brown

By Debbie Schlussel

I warned you–the Glenn Beck-messiah fanatics–about this guy (and I told you how he repeatedly promotes the Islamic terrorists’ fave Congressman as a “hero”).

Scott Brown’s victory over Martha Coakley for the Massachusetts U.S. Senate Seat was such a tremendous victory.  And a certain semi-male drama queen had to find a way to urinate on it so he could get his attention whore mojo back.

Is the guy who uttered this really your hero?  If he is, you really need to re-evaluate.

I want a chastity belt on this man.  I want his every move watched in Washington.  I don’t trust this guy. This one could end with a dead intern.  I’m just saying.  It could end with a dead intern.

–Glenn Beck on his nationally syndicated radio show, feigning that he can’t understand that it might be endearing when a loving dad teases his daughters in his victory speech. To grandstand and get attention, the coke addict implies that Scott Brown is pimping his daughters.

Hmmm . . . if I were Scott Brown or any of his family members, I think I’d ignore that coke addict’s “instructions” for how to raise a family. In general, methinks the coke addict is the one not to be trusted and more likely to end up with a dead intern.

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re: Aaron Klein-

A simple search of Debbie’s archives reveals some interesting facts about this journalist. Worth a look!

prolefeed on January 22, 2010 at 9:11 am

I was driving home from work last night listening to a Boston talk radio show. Scott Brown called in and spoke with the host. During the discussion, the host brought this Glenn Beck incident up and said to Scott that Beck was just kidding. Brown’s reply was, “Oh, I don’t know about that, I heard what he said and it didn’t sound like joking to me. I was surprised he said it because he doesn’t know me.”

I’ll give Glenn Beck a pass on this, however, my greater concern is Scott Brown’s relationship with John McCain. McCain supported him and I suspect Brown will be returning the favor.

Brown was a good candidate, and at the moment, I’m satisfied with him although I doubt he’s as conservative as I’d like him to be. I guess there’s no such thing as the perfect political representative…

SWQ on January 22, 2010 at 9:47 am

I don’t know who are the “Glenn Beck messiah worshippers,” maybe there are some out there. I enjoy watching his tv show,
though I’ve never listened to his radio show. My take on this
is that Scott Brown made a rather silly statement during his otherwise great victory speech, probably trying to pay tribute to his daughters, certainly not to “pimp’ them. As you say,
Beck is a certifiable drama queen. I have not witnessed his
Islamic pandering that you so often cite, but again I don’t follow him as much as you apparently do.

He has brought up some good exposure on this current regime and I have to give him and his producers credit for that. He has a big megaphone and I’ll agree that his discussion about Brown during your video clip is really shallow and stupid.
Nevertheless, I’m cutting him and others some slack during this
revolution. Brown is a big improvement and look at the sudden change in the legislative agenda that his victory has already brought–stunning.

Daniel K on January 22, 2010 at 10:05 am

Debbie, you said it all. Glen beck is an obnoxious turncoat
giggling whore, who makes me throw up anytime I see his face
laughing at his own stupid idiotic “not funny” jokes. I’d like to see them ogether with Alan Colmes (another programmed idiot), because it might be interesting how would they get along.
How comes so many really stupid folk have their radio shows?
There is really nothing on TV to watch, so I read Vince Flynn,
who is already showing signs of being burnt out, as it happen
to most of the overnight successful writers.
Maybe I’ll go back to Shakespeare….or Lee Child!

Milan on January 22, 2010 at 11:19 am

    Glenn Beck is supposed to be a guest at the NJ Right to Life dinner in the spring. I object to his being honored – he had no problem with Obama’s appearance at Notre Dame. I do, and I am not a Catholic. I wonder about how pro life Beck really is. I am sure he will be amusing, but they could have gotten a more honest speaker than Beck. He just wants a platform. O’Reilly also had no problem with Obama’s speaking at Notre Dame.

    Julian on January 22, 2010 at 12:22 pm

Beck is childish, not wicked. I don’t pay him much mind, but I am disappointed that he will be the keynote speaker at CPAC.

jcm on January 22, 2010 at 11:24 am

I was disgusted by Beck’s comments and by Imus for having him on his show today. I also wonder about Imus. Sometimes he makes sense, and other times he is way out there.

Julian on January 22, 2010 at 11:31 am

Imus and Beck are “way out there” because they want to appeal to as many stripes of conservatives as possible. Unfortunately, they make people worry and don’t command sturdy support. Imus was an unapologetic Clintonista during the day.

jcm on January 22, 2010 at 12:52 pm

I like Debbie, but she is way off base on Beck. I have watched his show for over a year. I can recall ONE time where he has even talked about Issa. Why does she harp on this? He hasn’t mentioned Issa in such a long time, I can’t remember when he last talked of him. He has been spending his last 6 months showing us the Marxists in the Obama administration and allowing Breitbart ample air time to reveal his findings.

JT: Sorry, you’re the one who is “way off base on Beck.” He’s had Issa on twice in less than a year of being on FOX News, and praised him at least three other times. That’s in addition to the many Muslims he’s promoted on his show as “moderates” who are actually extremists. Your lack of memory and incorrectness on the facts doesn’t make me “off base.” I guess anyone who “who shows us the Marxists in the Obama administration” is A-OK no matter what else he does, and we should look the other way when he constantly promotes pan-jihadists. DS

JeffT on January 22, 2010 at 1:22 pm

    I had this outrageous idea when I started visiting this site. No one would believe the corporate media elite. But unfortunatly for debbie many of her readers are sucking off the troff. Beck makes over twenty million dollars a year. It doesn’t make him a bad person I’m all for people getting rich but when you think about that kind of money you must also consider a lot of what he does is for ratings. Hes really not worth getting upset about.

    tyler on January 22, 2010 at 11:45 pm

I trust no one and that includes Beck and Brown. Brown is no conservative

Gary Ruther on January 22, 2010 at 4:41 pm

We just love Glenn Beck. He sees Scott Brown for who he is. Have you seen the creepy picture of this father with his scantily clad daughters, both in very scanty bikinis. Glenn is right. Look up the picture. This guy looks incestious.

Kate Q on January 22, 2010 at 9:42 pm

    Incestuous? Do you think that remark might be just slightly over the top? I think your comment tells us more about you than Mr. Brown.

    Worry01 on January 23, 2010 at 7:38 am

OK, I’m a little leery about Brown, as he’s possibly a Rino, but I’m a lot more leery about a clown who thinks he’s capable of killing an intern, based on …?… his pole numbers going up? Beck has done some good stuff, but some of the bad stuff he’s done makes me a lot more worried about him than about Brown.

yonason on January 24, 2010 at 5:19 am

I guess I’m late to the party. As I see it, Beck’s sole merit is that he can be an effective agitator. His focus on the Hussein Administration’s Maoism and dirty Chicago politics is a model of good agitation.

Alas, Beck completely lacks perspective, which is why he could trumpet a pro-terror, Muslim congresscritter.

So, he’s bad on Islam and bad on immigration. The former can get us killed at once; the latter will destroy us over time (unless Muslims are the immigrants).

However, he is surely right that on his pet issues, the Republicans have been feckless. One can’t blame it all on the Democrats.

skzion on January 24, 2010 at 9:26 pm

Ok, so Brown hires 3/4 of Kennedy’s staff-is pro-abortion, and pro-immigration-this is a republican? Oh well, not bad for Massachusetts.

Frank Johnson on February 6, 2010 at 9:50 pm

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