Beck’s Nazi Tourette’s Kicks In Again

Beck’s Nazi Tourette’s Kicks In Again June 12, 2015

Glenn Beck’s Nazi Tourette’s syndrome has reared its ugly head, this time during, of all things, a discussion about the Texas cop who went all Dirty Harry on black teenagers at a pool party. Like pretty much everything else in the known universe, this reminds him of the Third Reich.

During the discussion, Beck and his co-hosts wondered why adults in the area didn’t intervene during the confrontation and help the police round up the teenagers at the party, concluding that nobody helped out because they were afraid of getting involved.

And since this is Glenn Beck, it was then only a matter of time before he brought it all back to Nazi Germany.

“They made you afraid,” Beck said. “Why are people not speaking out on things now? You’re afraid. Why don’t you say things anymore? Because you might be called a nasty name. You might be destroyed. They are making you afraid. The first thing the goon squads that Hitler had out; do you know how he grabbed control of Germany? Now thank God, we’re not here, but it’s happening to us mentally.”…

“That’s how they did it,” Beck said. “Well, that’s happening to us mentally now. Every time you speak out, every time you don’t comply, God forbid you say something about Caitlyn Jenner like Clint Eastwood, they’ll hammer the snot out of you. They’ll destroy your job, they’ll destroy you socially, they’ll make your name the worst bigoted name out there. You cannot be afraid. If you’re afraid now, you wait. You stay silent much longer and it will get much, much worse.”

Yes, Glenn. When people say stupid, bigoted things in public they get criticized for saying stupid, bigoted things. This has nothing whatsoever to do with Adolf Hitler. Seriously, if this guy goes to breakfast and his toast is burnt, he thinks that’s just like what Hitler did.


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