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Rachel Maddow's Conspiracy Theory Is Absolutely Ludicrous

Glenn Beck has a new addition to his collection of curios: an official Rachel Maddow tinfoil hat. Using the magic of this one-of-a kind head-wear, Glenn invites viewers to join in on a madcap adventure down the “Rachel Maddow rabbit hole.”

What’s this all about?

Last week, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow offered a bizarre 25-minute supposition to explain what happened during the ISIS ambush in Niger that left four US soldiers dead. Here’s a quick rundown of Maddow’s main points:

  • Niger’s eastern neighbor, Chad, withdrew troops from Niger as payback for being included in “Trump’s travel ban.”
  • Five days after Chad began to withdraw, US troops were ambushed and four soldiers were killed.
  • According to Maddow, Trump is clearly at fault because “… U.S. Army soldiers got attacked by a large contingent of ISIS fighters in Niger, and four of them killed. That’s within days of the Chadian soldiers being withdrawn. So, no wonder the President doesn’t want to talk about it, right?”

What, Maddow blame Trump?

Yeah, you probably saw that one coming. Check out the video clip above to watch Glenn shred Maddow’s misinformed statements and expose the facts behind the fiction.

This article provided courtesy of TheBlaze.
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Glenn Beck celebrates the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11

It was only 50 years ago, on July 20th, 1969, that Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong became the first humans to actually set foot on the lunar surface -- something that just ten years prior had been unthinkable. More than 600 million people around the world listened as Armstrong spoke these immortal words: "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Watch the clip to hear Glenn tell the story and bring the historic day to life.