Glenn Beck came to the defense of Tom Perkins, the billionaire who made the deluded claim that we’re on the verge of killing the ultra-rich just like Hitler did the Jews, on his show. He even said that the criticism of Perkins, and the fact that his own company distanced themselves from his comments, is proof that he’s right. “We are Germany 1930,” Beck said. “You can deny it all you want, but the socialist revolution is here.”
Beck: Criticism of Perkins Proves Him Right
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