Glenn Beck Has Had Enough, You Frickin’ Nazis!

Just a day after claiming that The Gay is going to round up Christians and put them into concentration camps, Glenn Beck’s Nazi Tourette’s Syndrome really kicked into high gear after that whole incident with the pizza place in Indiana. He just started sputtering madly about it.

“What kind of America are you building, you frickin’ Nazis,” Beck fumed. “What kind of Nazi regime are you building? Wake up! … You are following a Nazi group. I don’t know who is even leading this, but you’re becoming Nazis.”

“We need to start putting them into the robes of the Inquisition,” he continued. “That’s the way we need to start looking at these people because this is the Inquisition, gang. You think that there isn’t a Christian holocaust coming?”

The Inquisition and the Holocaust in a single paragraph. Well done, Glenn! You forgot witch hunts and Soviet gulags, though. We expect better from you.

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  • raven

    When has Glenn Beck not been mad and babbling incoherently? This is him and his entire life. He and Mormonism go together like ham on rye bread.

    As Ed pointed out he was so incoherent he forgot the commies. Also satan and the demons. You can’t be a real religious kook with demons!!!

    Gays, Nazis, Holocaust, Commies, Satan, Demons. He still needs FEMA, UN Agenda 21, Moslems, Scientists, Universities, and Illuminati to complete his set of all purpose explanations.

    PS Glenn Beck has been pushing a fund raising campaign for the Indiana pizza bigots. Yesterday they were up to $850,000. Being a bigot pays off to nearly a cool million.

  • marcus

    And it will work! You know why? Because…

    No one expects the Gay Inquisition! Our chief weapon is surprise, fear and surprise…

    Bwahahahahhahahahhahahahahahhahaha, etc

  • marcus

    raven @1 “Yesterday they were up to $850,000. Being a bigot pays off to nearly a cool million.”

    “Now we see the violence inherent in the system! Help! Help! I’m being repressed!”

    Two in one day!

  • busterggi

    So the Inquisitors, who were RC’s were as evil as the Nazis who were almost all RC’s & Lutherans?

    Wow, Mormons must be the only TRUE Christians.

  • raven

    Support Memories Pizza by Lawrence Billy Jones III …

    www. gofundme. com/MemoriesPizza

    4 days ago – UPDATE #1 … Grand total of $842,387 raised for ‪#‎MemoriesPizza‬. … Religious liberty is under assault in Indiana and that’s never been clearer … reopen the doors to their restaurant as the death threats and vicious online …

    Hate is very important to the xians. They certainly do put their money behind it.

  • http://www.ranum.com Marcus Ranum

    Nazi Tourette’s Syndrome

    Ed, Tourette’s Syndrome is a serious problem for those who suffer from it; it’s not a joke.

    Ableism much?

  • peterh

    Anyone here checked the entire Affordable Health Care Act? Is there a co-pay on K-Y Jelly?

  • grumpyoldfart

    Beck often tries to tone down the rhetoric but his staff know how to get him going.

    They have bets with each other about how far they can push him during a program.

  • ebotebo

    Beck’s a feckin’ dweeb! He and all his 1791 logger daddies!!

  • howardhershey

    My guess is that $850K represents about 20 years of profits for a small town pizza parlor. Sounds like they already have won the ‘victim’ lottery.

  • eric

    “We need to start putting them into the robes of the Inquisition,” he continued.

    Ohhhkaaaay, so your idea for defending Christianity is to make atheists dress up as RC Priests to impress on people just how bad they are? That’s kinda ironic.

  • Kermit Sansoo

    Marcus Ranum: Ed, Tourette’s Syndrome is a serious problem for those who suffer from it; it’s not a joke.

    Ableism much?

    .

    Was he using it as a joke – or a metaphor?

    .

    I am very near-sighted, but I don’t think calling someone’s opinion myopic is mocking myopia. I am trivially lame, also, but if I were seriously so I am not sure that calling an argument lame would be an issue. I readily admit that correctable [sic] vision problems are not the same as being seriously handicapped – and Tourette’s can be quite bad, especially socially.