Beck: Don’t Trust Conspiracy Theorists

Beck: Don’t Trust Conspiracy Theorists January 21, 2013

I’ve already given Glenn Beck the Bryan Fischer Award for hammering Alex Jones as a conspiracy theorist. Here he is outright saying that you can’t trust conspiracy theorists. Seriously, he’s become such a master of projection that he should get a job at a movie theater. Watch it to the end. The lack of irony is simply breathtaking.


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  • Randomfactor

    Of course you can’t trust conspiracy theorists. They’re all secretly working together.

  • glodson

    I think that broke my brain.

  • John Hinkle


    Ha ha! Excellent!

  • @ Randomfactor

    Don’t you know the rules? You aren’t allowed to win the thread (and some internets) on the very first post.

  • lordshipmayhem

    Don’t listen to Beck – he’s part of the Conspiracy!!!

  • Abby Normal

    The government successfully infiltrated the conspiracy theorists in 1968. Now, more than 40 years later, the group is little more than a front for the NSA’s Counter-Counter-Counter-Intelligence and Propaganda (CCCIP) branch. Knowing that the general population automatically discounts anything espoused by conspiracy theorists, they leak all sorts of true information that they don’t want people looking into too deeply. Whenever you discount a conspiracy theory, there’s a good chance you’re playing right into the government’s hands.

  • thebookofdave

    Good job, Abby! That’ll throw the rubes the track. I always blow it by trying too hard to keep our Hidden Agenda® under a tight lid.

  • Christoph Burschka

    Great, now I need a new monitor. Apparently “accidental irony-induced implosion” is not covered under warranty either.

  • dan4

    Beck probably lives in his own egocentric world where a conspiracy theory spouted by HIM isn’t a conspiracy theory. It’s the same thing with Bill O’Reilly, who tsk-tsks people who launch “personal attacks,” even though such attacks spew from his mouth all the time.

  • gratch

    Sort of reminds me of the parts in the bible where they warn people about false prophets. “Alright listen up. There are going to be other people who say they know the word of god but god told me to tell you they’re all lying.” Pretty much the same thing. There’s only so much gullibility in each person and pundits can’t afford to let you waste it on other nutjobs.