Glenn Beck just can't help himself

Evidentially Al Gore & The U.N. want to take over the world and instead of the Jews, it's Global Warming that they are using as "the enemy" in order to bring people together.

From Campaign for America's Future :

"Al Gore's not going to be rounding up Jews and exterminating them. It is the same tactic, however. The goal is different. The goal is globalization. The goal is global carbon tax. The goal is the United Nations running the world. That is the goal. Back in the 1930s, the goal was get rid of all of the Jews and have one global government." He continued: "You got to have an enemy to fight. And when you have an enemy to fight, then you can unite the entire world behind you, and you seize power. That was Hitler's plan. His enemy: the Jew. Al Gore's enemy, the U.N.'s enemy: global warming." Beck added: "Then you get the scientists -- eugenics. You get the scientists -- global warming. Then you have to discredit the scientists who say, 'That's not right.' And you must silence all dissenting voices. That's what Hitler did."

Glenn Beck on his nationally syndicated radio show.

The CNN host also praised the John Birch Society this week. Here's how Alex Koppleman over at Salon.com describes this wonderful society:
It is, let's face it, pretty shocking to see a group that has been a pariah since the 1960's given credence on a mainstream television network, especially when the group is as far out as the JBS. The JBS is, after all, the group that believed fluoridated drinking water was a Communist mind-control plot. Oh, and its founder, Robert Welch, once accused Dwight Eisenhower -- and no, we are not kidding -- of being "a dedicated conscious agent of the communist conspiracy." It even inspired Bob Dylan to write a satirical song, "Talkin' John Birch Paranoid Blues."
Here's Steve Benen's response to Glenn's love fest with these loons from over at Talking Points Memo:
I suppose there's a logical explanation for why CNN has given this man his own talk show, and why ABC News invited him to be a regular contributor to "Good Morning America." I just can't think of what that explanation might be. It's not like his ratings are keeping him on the air.

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