Glenn Beck really has no taste. Wednesday after Scott Brown’s extreme overthrow in Massachusetts, Beck came on his radio show and uttered the following about Brown’s kidding remarks about his lovely daughters who are famous by their own rights:

I want a chastity belt on this man. I want his every move watched in Washington. I don’t trust this guy. This one could end with a dead intern. I’m just saying. It could end with a dead intern.

And his TV show was not much better:


Republicans might want to get over their idolatry of this man. He immediately attacks the newly elected Republican and then he howls with pleasure over his little inside joke about dead interns. Was he comparing Brown to Gary Condit or to Ted Kennedy? Its hard to tell. Regardless, his comments are tasteless, gross and I don’t think soon-to-be Senator Brown deserves what was said.

Who is going to rein in this bozo? Instead of celebrating a political victory, Beck tries to tear the man down. I simply do not get it. Can he not accept a victory that he personally has not orchestrated?

15 Thoughts to “Glenn Beck Attacks Newly Elected Scott Brown”

  1. Slowpoke Rodriguez

    But it’s A-OK for Democratic Party deities Keith Olbermann and Ed Scultz to attack Brown, right?

  2. Slowpoke Rodriguez


  3. anona

    I guess Glen Beck and Keith Olberman are finally agreeing on something, so there is hope for world peace:

    KEITH OLBERMANN, MSNBC HOST: In short, in Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against woman and against politicians with whom he disagrees. In any other time in our history, this man would have been laughed off the stage as an unqualified and a disaster in the making by the most conservative of conservatives. Instead, the commonwealth of Massachusetts is close to sending this bad joke to the Senate of the United States.

    I hope Glen Beck was just joking, although it was in poor taste.

  4. I don’t think he was joking at all. I saw it live.

    As for the other people, Schultz and Olbermann…I don’t watch them so I don’t know. I have watched Olbermann once on video. I have never heard of Schultz.

    Why is it that any time I put up something stupid and nasty that Limbaugh and Beck do (or any of the darlings of the Conservatives), someone always comes along and says yes but….look what Olbermann or some other person on the left does rather than addressing the topic?

    First off, I don’t think the Democrats own Olbermann. Secondly, wouldn’t you expect Olbermann to attack Brown? I would. I don’t expect Beck to attack someone who is the darling of the Tea Party People. ( hence know as TPP) Beck supposedly was one of the founders of the TPP to hear him talk.

    It’s going to be hard to distinguish between TPP and Republican for a while. I don’t expect either party to devour their own, right out of the gate though. GEEZ.

  5. PWC taxpayer

    “As for the other people, Schultz and Olbermann…I don’t watch them so I don’t know. I have watched Olbermann once on video. I have never heard of Schultz… I don’t think the Democrats own Olbermann”

    Moon, you must be getting tired, you are usually more careful /sly and informed than this – that or you are off the wall in denial. As to Beck and Sen. elect Brown, they both made inappropriate remarks. My fear and I suspect Becks’ is that Brown, like so many others before him, will become so enamered by the trappings of US Senatorial power that he will abandon his principles to retain that power. Being from Massachusetts, that is dangerous and deserves watching.

  6. Most of Congress needs a chastity belt.

  7. Taxpayer, I don’t watch ALL the liberal jerks. It gets in the way of the clown show I set aside to watch at 5 pm daily. I can’t stand Olbermann. No particular reason.

    I don’t watch msnbc very often. I am both tired and don’t care and not horribly informed. I get by though.

    Brown was kidding about adult daughters, one who has been a semi-finalist on American Idol. For all I know it was an inside family joke he was sharing with others. I just don’t know. We aren’t speaking about little girls. Beck was just being his usual drama queen, judgemental self.

    Beck would devour his own for ratings.

    I am a Jon Stewart girl myself. No one is sacred.

    Pinko, bingo on that one.

  8. PWC taxpayer

    Fair nough. As to the congressional chasity belt, I would be happy if all Federal rules, regulations and laws that apply to Federal employees simply applied to members of congress and their staff. It would stop a lot of the craziness and improve the competency of hill staff support. Oh, and while I am at it, congressional salary increases should also be tied to federal salary increases – much like PWC BOCS salary increases need to be tied to those of county employees.

  9. Witness Too

    Maybe that is just his attempt at token bipartisanship: saying inane, unfounded, and unfair things about people in both parties.

    Or, maybe he really means it when he says he wants his Tea Party followers to drag the GOP down instead of helping the GOP drag the country down.

  10. Slowpoke Rodriguez

    Oh, and a moment of silence for the passing of “Air America”, the toilet from which popped Al Franken and Rick Maddow. So Sad!

  11. Al Franken was on SNL long before Air America. Did you ever listen to Air America, Slow?

  12. hello

    Sorry Moon but I couldn’t resist… 🙁

    “I can’t stand Olbermann” – really?

    “I don’t watch msnbc very often.” – then way around a dozen topic with them as your sole source?

  13. I go to their website for material. I rarely watch them. If I watch anything that is msnbc it is the financial channel. I did not say I never watch.

    I pull their videos if they stimulate discussion.

    I hope that clears things up.

    Olbermann can be funny but very often he is just too angry. Have I ever laughed at him, sure. I have laughed at Glenn Beck before too. He has self deprecating humor.

  14. Formerly Anonymous

    If I were Scott Brown, I’d be quite pleased to be attacked by Glenn Beck. Brown is going to have to make some votes in opposition to the GOP over the next two years to establish some credentials as an independent (dare I say, maverick?) He’ll probably do it on some votes relating to abortion, since he has always said he is pro-choice.

    In the meantime, getting denounced by Glenn Beck isn’t exactly going to anger the voters back home in Massachusetts. Heck, if I were Brown, I’d try to get Dick Cheney to attack me for something too.

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