Beck Once Again Declares Himself to Be a Prophet

Beck Once Again Declares Himself to Be a Prophet December 19, 2014

Beck is once again declaring himself to be a prophet with a direct line to God. Looking at recent events he boldly says that “I see the future” and absurdly claims, yet again, that he’s always right in his predictions even if the connections are tenuous and far in the future.

Citing the hostage situation in Australia, the economic crisis in Russia, and an anti-Islam protest in Germany, Glenn Beck opened his television program last night by declaring that he had predicted all of these things years ago, telling his audience not to listen to experts but rather listen to him because he can see the future.

“I’m bad on the timing,” Beck said about his ability to make predictions, “but they all come true. God help us because I see the future and you better buckle up.”…

“We have shown you the caliphate before it came. We showed you al Qaeda. I warned you of Osama bin Laden in 1999, before anybody else was. We have shown you some really scary things that have happened,” he said. “I beg you not to listen to the experts in this country anymore. The fools disguised in tweet jackets or ascots of the Ivy League campuses. The scholars and the experts and those who have been around in the State Department forever, blah, blah, blah. They couldn’t find their way through an unlocked door in a locksmith shop. They come on TV and they lecture you about how is fine and everything was in a box. I have news for you: I believe it was the great philosopher Depeche Mode that said ‘nothing is impossible.’ Life is outside of the box now and if you’re inside of the box, you’ll suffocate.”

I’ll make a prediction now: Bad things will happen in the future. And when bad things happen, you’ll know that I’m a prophet. Hey Glenn, what happened with that Saudi student you said was the “bag man” for the Boston Marathon bombing? And your promise that you would expose the truth if the government didn’t?

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