Glenn Beck: Racist in West Virginia




Fun Fact - West Virginia is located in the United States, to the west of the state of Virginia.

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GLENN: Well, I read a great article in the Financial Times.  Oh, yes, Financial Times and they've got a crack staff there.  They have uncovered one of the biggest mysteries surrounding Hillary Clinton's big lead in the state of West Virginia.  It is, ooh, it is frightening.  They have figured out exactly what has been going on.  They sent out whiz kid journalist Andrew ward and the Financial Times busted out all the stops in order to break the big story.  In-depth investigation, what's going on, Hillary Clinton's big lead in West Virginia and Kentucky.  In-depth news:  In an investigation.  It begins and pretty much ends with an interview with a voter, Leonard Simpson.  "Hi, my name's Leonard Simpson."  He is a voter that, of course, represents every single voter in West Virginia, in case you didn't know that, West Virginia.  67-year-old retired coal miner.  67 years old, voting for John McCain over Barack Obama.  Why?  Quoting the Financial Times, "Well, I heard Obama's one of them Muslims and his wife's an atheist," said Simpson.  Now, being the astute journalist that he is, ward knew he was on to something and immediately came to this conclusion.  Quote:  "Mr. Simpson's remarks help explain why Mr. Obama's trailing Hillary Clinton, his Democratic rival, by 40 percentage points ahead of Tuesday's primary election in the heavily white and rural state."  My gosh.  I did read that right.  Andrew Ward, what a racist.  Why is he pointing out that the state is white and she's way ahead with whites?  My goodness.  Yes, you read it there in the Financial Times.  It's heavily white!  Ahhhhh!  Heavily rural!  Let me do it again.  Heavily rural!  Ahhhh!  That explains it.  No wonder Barack is losing there.  He can't actually campaign in the state because there's a good chance those racists clinging to their guns and their religion might yell, "Get off my land!  (Gunfire)" And they might say it repeatedly in his direction.  But don't worry, Obama supporters, Andrew Ward and the journalists are on hand and they have words to comfort you.  "A landslide victory in West Virginia will do little to improve Hillary Clinton's fading hopes of winning the Democratic nomination because Mr. Obama has almost an insurmountable lead in the overall race."

Let me ask you a question.  Since when did Andrew Ward decide that he was going to choose the next President of the United States?  Has anybody else noticed how the media has selected the winner here?  It's almost -- and I say almost -- almost enough to make you feel bad for Hillary Clinton, isn't it?  I mean, you actually do kind of feel bad because you're consistent.  I try to be consistent.  I know you try to be consistent.  I know there's a lot of people that listen to talk radio and they're like, "Get off my land."  But I believe the majority of people are just right thinking Americans who just want to see justice done.  They don't care about left or right.  They care about right and wrong.  They don't care about the stupid parties, you know?  Heck, call me crazy but when I had the President rolling around in the office with a intern in a blue dress, I didn't like it so much.  And if I ever found out that George Bush was doing that, I wouldn't like it so much.  You kind of feel bad for Hillary Clinton.  She's standing up going, wait a minute, hang on just a second; I thought we were friends.  Yeah, yeah... no.  Who was using whom?

"Landslide victory in West Virginia will do little to improve her futile and fading hopes of winning the Democratic nomination."  Well, thank goodness that Andrew's allowed to -- you know, and he's around to let everybody know that the whole country is not as racist as West Virginia is because it's -- boy, I mean -- you know, we have a lot of listeners in West Virginia.  "Of course you do.  That racist show, I listen to it every day."  So if you can -- I mean, if you can see all of the numbers through the little, you know, slit holes in your sheet and will try to understand.  I know when you call it will sound a little like this because you'll be talking through the sheet, but you can call and tell us in West Virginia, I mean, if this is what you believe, that you're pretty sure that Obama's not a Muslim, one of them Muslims.

Now, just because Andrew Ward, you know, he wants to point out that the rest of the country isn't as racist as West Virginia, which I believe, I believe -- you know, there is something to this.  I mean, let's be honest.  It is the only state in the union that I'm aware of that has sent a, you know, a representative from their state that was a former member of the KKK.  That's weird, I must have that wrong because he's a Democrat, but that's a different story.  "Doesn't mean there's not going to be any ramifications."  That means other things that are going to happen, for those of you who are in West Virginia, because of this story.

Scathing journalistic investigation like this one, you know he's not going to let up.  He says "Tuesday's contest is likely to raise fresh doubts about whether the U.S. is ready to elect its first black President."  Hold on just a second.  Obama's black?  Ahhhhh!  I didn't -- wow.  Why didn't somebody tell me that!  I would have been -- why did I look at all of his policies?  I just would have been against him right from the getgo because he was black!  Oh, crap.  All of that wasted time.  Well, not mine because I can't read.  But somebody, we had somebody read and then speak slowly and tell me his policies.  The U.S. is ready -- are we ready to elect a first black President?  "Oh, I don't think so.  Oh, no, we can't elect anybody that looks different than us.  Whew."  And if he wasn't running, we certainly wouldn't have been able to elect our first woman, you know, now that a black guy's running, women shmomen, doesn't make any difference at all.  Oh, big deal, she's a woman."  It was a big deal when we selected Nancy Pelosi.  "Are we ready as a nation to have the first speaker of the House be a woman?"  Wait a minute.  Nancy Pelosi's a woman?  Ahhhhh!  Hang on.  No, I'm getting clarification that she's actually not.  So I don't know what that means but, whew, for a minute there I thought (laughing), I thought we had a woman in congress.  Oh, man.  Oh, I'm just looking at her policies and I'm like, this is just so stupid.  Only a woman can come off with it.  But then I realized we would never elect a woman (laughing).  Hold it just a second.  I just got word -- she is a woman?  Ahhhh!

Mr. Ward continues in the Financial Times to say, "We're not ready to elect our first black man."  When I read this, I think, wow, that is so obvious.  I mean, they will be like, "Oh, no, it has something to do with him, you know, being in a whack job church for 20 years, a church that even Oprah said, okay, this is spooking me, and she left after two years.  I mean, it couldn't have anything to do with it or the fact that his wife says, "That's the first time I've ever been proud of America" or says that "You know, America's just mean, you know."  Couldn't have anything to do with those things.  Oh, don't you hate it?  Don't you hate it when people say, "Oh, I'm not going to vote for Obama because, you know, he's hanging out with William Ayers, a guy, you know, who went to jail for bombing the Pentagon and several other U.S. Government facilities and banks and things like that and then is still proud of it and says the only problem is that it, you know, blow up enough things.  Other than that, I mean..." don't you hate those people who are on TV, such racists, taking on little things such as -- where is it?  I read this one in the paper today.  Listen to this one (laughing).  "Barack Obama has dumped one of his advisors for meeting with the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas."  Big deal!  "Robert Malley who acted as informal advisor to Barack Obama on his Mideast policy told the Times in London that he was in regular contact with the militant group Hamas and Obama's now dropping him."  It couldn't have anything to do with that (laughing).  No, no.  It's that he's black.  Ahhhhh!

You know what?  Even after all of these things, we are so racist, we hate black people so much that even after all of these other things, you know, the Hamas thing, you know, hanging out with the bombers, Khalidi, the wife that's like, "Mean," all of that stuff and, "The chickens are coming home to roost," all of that stuff, he's still winning.  That's how racist we really are.  My gosh, all the hatred to put him out front.  Can you believe how much we hate black people, to make him, you know, the leading candidate!  Ohhhh, what a horrible group of people we are.  Hmmm.

We ignore all of those facts just because we're racists.  Hmmm.  As though we need to present further evidence to support his ironclad case that West Virginia is just, oh, a cesspool of black hating bigots, journalist Andrew Ward of the Financial Times had to make sure he went the extra mile to prove his point.  After all, some racists in West Virginia might be reading this, in the off chance they could find one racist that could actually read, you know, and then somebody's going to have to, you know, explain it to them, just so Andrew could help them understand the folly of their ways.  He said, "West Virginia is hostile territory for Mr. Obama because it has few of the African-Americans and affluent college educated whites."  Here he is again quoting Hillary Clinton.  Why would he quote Hillary Clinton, as if it's a fact?  "The college educated whites that provide his strongest support.  The state has the lowest college graduation rate in the U.S., the second lowest median household income, and one of the highest proportions of white residents at 96%."  Well, Andrew, yes, indeed, bravo, that was fantastic.  Andrew could have really, you know, rested well and said, "oh, boy, I don't think I could, I don't think I could do any -- I mean, if I had a hatchet and the residents of West Virginia there in front, I don't think I could have chopped them up any more."  But he went in and gave it a college try because he did go to college, you know.  "Knowing that he had uncovered the mysteries surrounding the big lead for Hillary Clinton in West Virginia, he realized, "But this is an important journalistic piece.  Why stop now when there's even so much more evidence that everyone in West Virginia is a hate mongering bigot.  A visit to Mingo County," he writes, "A Democratic stronghold"... Democratic stronghold, trying to get my arms around the fact that these are white racists and yet they're Democrats.  It doesn't really work.  I tell you what, Andrew, if I were you, I would have said leave out the Democratic stronghold because people might remember that you're calling Democrats racists and remember we in the journalistic circles are going to need to call Republicans racists in just a few weeks.

There in the heart of the Appalachian coal fields, emphasis on the word "Coal," not because Barack Obama is probably the leading guy to stop coal because of global warming but just coal because it's black -- I'm just sayin'.  I believe we forgot something here.  Coal is black.  Ahhh!  Reveals the scale of Mr. Obama's challenge because it has a gun shop on Main Street and churches dotted throughout the town.  Williamson is the kind of community evoked by Mr. Obama's controversial comments last month about bitter small town voters who cling to their guns and religion."  When I read this at first, I was with the people of West Virginia and then I realized they had a gun shop on Main Street!  Ahhh!  And a church!  Or maybe even two!  (Laughing).  Oh, poor Obama.  How will he ever be able to compete with these bottom-dwelling hicks and their guns and the churches.  Finally Andrew topped off his mountain of racist evidence from West Virginia with notes from the 22 people he questioned.  And I believe there are only about 30 people that live in West Virginia.  So he talked to almost all of them.  He said most said they mistrusted Obama because of doubts about his patriotism and values stemming from his "Cosmopolitan background."  I just want to recreate this scene for you.  "So I'm from the Financial Times.  This is a delightful place here.  You don't have any teeth."  "Well, you got funny looking teeth from England."  "So tell me, what is it about Mr. Obama that you just do not like so very much."  "Well, I was making out with my sister last night and we was having a farting contest and we said -- she's got a deeper voice than me -- well, mainly because he's black but then, I don't know, something's wrong -- you know, I just don't have a uncomfortable kind of gassy feeling (farting noises) about his cosmopolitan background."  "Oh, yes, the cosmopolitan background," who says cosmopolitan background!  "Well, that's what your sister -- that's what my sister said but I got my own thoughts."  "Yes, yes, speak up, old chum.  What is it?"  "Well, I got a problem with his ezotic name."  Yep, Andrew Ward from the Financial Times nailed it once again.  These people know America.  We're safe.

Anyone paying attention can see that President Biden is in dire straights come 2024, regardless of who his opponent may be. His administration has been workshopping several ideas to try and craft just the right message. One that will cut through all the noise (failures) and put him on a more solid footing should he go head-to-head in a rematch with the former President.

Biden called in the big guns and he wasn't afraid to call in a few favors either. He drew on his stint as VP and called Anita Dunn out of the bullpen and tapped the Center for American Progress Action Fund to try and help pull this one out. After an exhaustive six-month-long study into how President Trump was able to summon the magic of MAGA — they finally feel they have the winning message.

Dunn has gotten sloppy, however, since her days in the Obama administration. We obtained her contemporaneous notes and emails showing how they coined the term "ultra-MAGA," trying to get a little "extra pop" to his rhetoric. The leaked emails also show the evolution of the messaging over that same six-month period.


[The preceding Memo was a parody written by MRA writers Josh Jennings and Jon Boldt – not the Biden administration.]

Almost every week, new incriminating evidence is mined from Hunter’s wild laptop. And the proof is mounting that President Joe Biden is lying about his knowledge of his family’s crooked deal-making. Everyone knows Hunter Biden is a seriously degenerate guy. Anyone who has handled his infamous laptop needs a tetanus shot.

The salacious stuff on the laptop is sad and pathetic for sure, but that stuff is NOT what is most relevant to the United States. Glenn Beck exposes how the laptop is REALLY about Joe Biden, his abuse of power as vice president, and his ongoing denials now as president.

Now that the 2020 election has passed and their man is in office, the mainstream media have suddenly decided to admit Hunter’s laptop is not Russian disinformation after all. No one has done more research into the Biden family corruption than journalist and best-selling author Peter Schweizer. He has researched the depths of Hunter’s laptop and found more than racy photos. “These aren’t HUNTER’S business deals,” Peter says, “they benefit the WHOLE family.” And he has the emails to prove it.

But the mainstream media still insist President Biden is as pure as his thinning white hair in all of this. As Glenn reveals tonight, he is not. But will anyone in the Biden family see jail time? Americans are fed up with two sets of rules – one for regular citizens and one for the ruling elites.

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Intelligent people know that wokerness plagues society and must be ridiculed and eradicated from conversations. But what happens when people lose their jobs for calling out the absurdity of woke ideology? What happens when corporations and media sources weaponize wokeness?

Here are five videos that will help us better understand a few of the many issues that wokeness inflicts on society and how we can stand against it.

Bye bye, Target. You crossed the line!

In this clip, BlazeTV host Allie Stuckey of "Relatable" explains how Target recently announced the sale of chest binders and "packing underwear" for women. She expresses how children can be negatively impacted by the sale of confusing clothing items for people suffering from gender dysphoria and the importance of loving the body God gave us.

Today, Allie notices that Target's stock experienced a 35-year record drop. Apparel was named as one of the two underperforming departments. Was pushback from critics of gender-affirming apparel the cause? It is hard to tell, but Allie encourages her audience to continue speaking out when corporations cross the line by making harmful products available for sale to the public.

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Wokeness can get you fired

In this clip, Stu Burguiere covers a story about a man who challenged Black Lives Matter using nothing but data and was fired.

Here's the story: "I had been at Thomson Reuters for over six years—most recently, leading a team of data scientists applying new machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms to our legal, tax and news data. We advised any number of divisions inside the company, including Westlaw, an online legal research service used by most every law firm in the country, and the newsroom, which reaches an audience of one billion every day around the globe. I briefed the Chief Technology Officer regularly. My total annual compensation package exceeded $350,000." Read more

"We live in the era of woke religion," says Stu.

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Coca-Cola circumvents Constitution with TERRIFYING mandates on diversity

Glenn Beck loves Coca-Cola. So much so, in fact, that he refuses to drink Pepsi if Coke isn't available. But ... he says the time has come for him to give up his favorite soda. Why? Because Coca-Cola just announced some terrifying new company policies on diversity and equity. It sent out notices to all partnered law firms, demanding a required percentage of diverse attorneys on any legal team working for the corporation. The notice says all legal teams also must report these numbers quarterly and they will lose Coca-Cola's business if they do not comply.

"Equity is not the same thing as equality," Glenn said, adding that equality means we all have an equal chance, while equality means we all have the same outcome.

Glenn explains how mandates like this could affect everybody — even the guy working on the factory line or the truck driver delivering the drinks. Glenn also explains how Coke's new move is nothing less than a circumvention of the Constitution, and he predicts more companies (especially those in support of the Great Reset) will follow with similar policies, too.

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Coca-Cola takes a 'pause' on woke initiatives after after pressure from the Right

Glenn followed up on a story about Coca-Cola becoming the poster child for how a corporation could shove leftist ideologies onto its consumers. The company suspended advertising on Facebook in a push to censor former President Donald Trump, published a manifesto about racial equity, and demanded all legal teams working for Coke meet certain diversity quotas.

But, after Trump, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), and many other conservative voices called for a boycott of the company's products, Coca-Cola appeared to shift directions.

Read more on this story here.

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Calvin Klein's gender blender ruins sex and Mothers' Day

Chad Prather reflected back to the Great Depression era of enticing photographic entertainment, otherwise known as the callow and deprived years of his youth, when a Calvin Klein pictorial of old would have represented something exciting, something to, say, think about at the end of the day. Had he run across this present weird concept at that age, he would have either been disgusted on sight … or possibly really disgusted when his dumb a** put two and two together the next day. Anyway, his point is: Has the whole world gone crazy? Do we really need this? At this inclusive embracing point in our recent history, what in the world makes Calvin Klein feel the need to be the standard-bearer for a lifestyle screamed largely into existence by a very vocal minority?

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Former Disney artist SPEAKS OUT: ‘It’s time to do something’

A former Disney artist, who wishes to remain anonymous, joins Glenn to describe WHY he recently took action against his former employer: ‘I'm tired of watching my country go down the drain. And it's time to do something.’ Today’s woke Disney is not what Walt once imagined, he says, and his recent video release — "It’s A Woke World After All" — exposes Disney’s large stray from its roots ...

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Rolling Stone magazine on Sunday published an article that argued in no uncertain terms that the suspect who grotesquely took the lives of ten people in Buffalo, New York, last weekend was a "mainstream Republican."

Like so many in the corporate media, the article's author Talia Lavin — who in 2018 resigned from the New Yorker after falsely accusing a combat-wounded veteran and ICE agent of having a Nazi tattoo — has painted the Buffalo killer as a right-wing, white supremacist, Tucker Carlson-worshipping conservative who is "gripped by a racist delusion."

On the radio program Tuesday, Glenn Beck revealed what the killer actually wrote in his alleged "manifesto," which proves he was far from a freedom-loving constitutionalist, and explained why blatantly ignoring his words will only make the problem worse.

"The corporate media has, from the very get-go, tried to associate [the killer] with the Republicans, to say that he's a conservative, to say that he got all of his training from Tucker Carlson," Glenn began. "But you know it's weird, in the 180-page document authored by the shooter, he doesn't mention Tucker Carlson — not even once. Not at all. There is one mention of Fox News, and it's an infographic showing the top Fox News host, such as Maria Bartiromo and Greg Gutfeld, as being Jewish. He also says Rupert Murdoch is a Christian Zionist who may have Jewish ancestry though it's never been publicly admitted," he continued.

"Oh, another thing. Ben Shapiro is mentioned multiple times, including as an example as the 'rat of the Jewish people.' So gosh, that doesn't sound conservative to me, doesn't sound Republican, doesn't sound like he's learned anything from anybody that is on the right. Moreover, he has described himself as an ethno-nationalist and eco-fascist national socialist. He loathes libertarianism and conservatism in particular."

Watch the video clip below to hear more of the criminal's own words, which prove he was no right-winger and certainly NOT a "mainstream Republican."

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