The Glenn Beck Report

Deconstructing Glenn Beck Lies

About

with one comment

The Glenn Beck Report is a collective project inspired by the bizarre, meteoric rise of wannabe demagogue phony conservative Glenn Beck. This website’s purpose is to make sure that no Glenn Beck distortion, smear, character assassination, threat, or outright lie goes without documentation and challenge. Glennbeckreport.com is currently headed by Quinlan Ryan and William W. Wexler .

YOU are invited to help! All readers are always encouraged to submit any articles, comments, notes, stories, or rough breakdowns of Glenn’s show. I’ll happily turn it into an article for the site and give you full credit.All readers are always welcome to submit any articles, comments, notes, stories, or rough breakdowns of Glenn’s show. I’ll happily turn it into an article for the site and give you full credit.

Those of you who are interested in more regular updates can subscribe via RSS, follow @wwwexler on Twitter or follow us on Facebook here.

For support, questions, or comments please email qu1n1an@glennbeckreport.com

THANKS FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION.

Written by admin(Quinlan)

September 19th, 2009 at 7:43 am

Posted in

One Response to 'About'

Subscribe to comments with RSS

  1. On Glenn Beck Cries again:
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/10/15/glenn-beck-cries-again-on_n_323197.html?show_comment_id=32893706#comment_32893706

    A little psychoanalysis is in order to decipher the underlying message about, ” your dad was right.”

    Notice how he cries hardest at 3:40 when citing “in the long run, you will look at your children….(cries) you hated it… you hated the things you did at the time… because they were hard… (cries) But your dad was right”.

    That’s him addressing his own children while carrying the horrible burden of guilt he bears for dividing this nation with his unceasing attacks on our popularly ELECTED president in order to make boatloads of money.

    He’s trying to justify his actions to his children when he knows in his heart just how wrong he has been. Unable to bear the guilt, he tries to convince the audience and even himself, “but your dad was right.”

    Clearly, he’s conflicted and starting to crack from all that guilt he feels yet must suppress in order to go on .

    Give it another watch… that’s the subtext.

    JerryNo Gravatar

    16 Oct 09 at 12:34 am

Leave a Reply

This site is using OpenAvatar based on

The Glenn Beck Report is using WP-Gravatar