More than a dozen women have accused legendary comedian Bill Cosby of drugging and raping them, a subject he refuses to talk about. Glenn Beck, always eager to take the most appalling position imaginable, says that an AP reporter who asked him about those accusations was actually raping him.
Even though Cosby’s words made it clear that there was no agreement not to discuss the matter, Beck insisted on Thursday that the AP had “violated” its word.
“You violated it!” he exclaimed. “So now you violated me twice! You want to talk about rape? That’s media rape right there.”
“You said you would not do that! Since when does your no mean yes? Do you know the definition of no, sir?” Beck asked. “You’ve just raped Bill Cosby. You said you wouldn’t do it. You just did it. And then you blamed it on him.”
“My gosh, maybe we should have a lesson on rape.”
Yeah, because asking someone about allegations of rape is just like raping him. Don’t worry, it’s really just about ethics in journalism.