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Beck’s family attacked by angry lynch mob in NYC?

28 Jun

So, according to Glenn Beck his family was allegedly accosted while watching a movie in a New York City park Monday night. America was told of the incident on Beck’s radio show and also on his website, describing the incident he said an angry moviegoer kicked a glass of wine onto his wife Tania’s back, and as she got up to walk away, a man shouted: “We hate conservatives here.”

When asked by his staff why he didn’t just get up and leave Beck responded “…because I have a right to watch a movie and enjoy a movie with my family in the park. I have a right.”

While he said he doesn’t expect “a warm welcome in New York City,” what troubled him “was the cowardly behavior of the hateful crowd.”

“The cowardly behavior of a hateful crowd” really, one guy says he hates conservatives and suddenly it’s a “hateful crowd”? Do you think we might be overreacting just a little bit here Herr Beck? Of course, with all the hate you spew daily you’re surprised when you get a little back? Where were your body guards? We’re to believe you felt threatened, and that a man kicked wine on your wife and your private goon squad did nothing? The fact no one jumped on the guy while whisking your family away in your armored vehicles leads me to believe it never happened.

 
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Posted by on June 28, 2011 in Right Wing Crazies

 

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One response to “Beck’s family attacked by angry lynch mob in NYC?

  1. glv

    June 29, 2011 at 16:34

    That’s funny, because sometimes cowboys are mean to me. But I got over it.

     

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