The pedigree of Beck’s circle reveals he is not a libertarian and does not believe in the Constitution
April 25, 2014
Glenn Beck, who fancies himself a libertarian, is working with corporate media insiders and a former CIA employee who flaunts his membership in the globalist Council on Foreign Relations. The objective of this group at the very heart of Beck’s operation, now readily apparent following the Cliven Bundy standoff, is to portray the Nevada rancher as a racist zealot, a member of a dangerous and outlaw sovereign citizen movement, and inseparable from violent and conspiracy crazed “militia” domestic terrorists. Beck’s campaign mirrors that of the Obama administration, Eric Holder’s Justice Department and the liberal media intelligentsia.
Beck and company are exploiting a carefully crafted meme manufactured in the intervening years since the Oklahoma City bombing by the Southern Poverty Law Center in partnership with the Department of Homeland Security, the Justice Department and the establishment media. They are using this government created and SPLC disseminated mythology to foment discord within the patriot movement and also set the stage for a false flag event that will serve as a coup de grâce that will destroy the movement.
The correlation between the Obama administration, the Justice Department and Beck became obvious as the standoff progressed, most notably when Beck began to repeat government talking points to attack Bundy and his supporters.
Establishment Talking Points
On April 13, as the Bundy standoff was in full swing, Becket Adams, writing for Beck’s The Blaze, openly echoed the government narrative. She attempted to disprove Senator Harry Reid’s connection to a Chinese energy firm and plans to build a solar plant on public land, an effort documented on April 11 by Infowars.com journalist Kit Daniels.
Beck and Adams also cited the debunked claim that the federal government owns and manages “public land” in Nevada (in direct violation of the Constitution) and insisted Bundy is breaking the law. This claim conforms to the narrative established by the federal government and its propaganda media.
In addition, Adams supported the claim pushed by the government and the establishment media that Bundy’s cattle grazing endangered a tortoise (in fact, as Adan Salazar demonstrates, the tortoise has in fact benefited from cattle grazing).
Finally, Adams tried to argue the Bundy family was a threat to heavily armed BLM agents because they cited Ruby Ridge and Waco and, like millions of ranchers, farmers and other rural Americans, keep and use firearms. Adams’ commentary is nearly indistinguishable from rhetoric put out by Democrats (and, to a lesser degree, Republicans, including the Koch Brothers) and the establishment media. In fact, the establishment media dutifully ignored the story until it went viral in the alternative media and they were required to engage in damage control.
On his nationally syndicated radio show, Beck accused Alex Jones and Infowars of exploiting the Bundy affair as a catalyst to launch a violent revolution. “Quite honestly, some of the people from… uh, what’s that stupid website’s name? Infowars,” Beck said. “Because these guys were so deeply embedded with the Bundys, we thought there’s something wrong… if you don’t see these guys a mile away, that’s a red flag and it’s not a false flag (laughter). These guys are dangerous. They are looking for revolution, they’re looking for a fight, and keep those guys a million miles away. Anybody with any spiritual radar can see that one coming.”
Beck’s accusation appeared several days before Senate majority leader Harry Reid made similar remarks. Reid characterized Cliven Bundy and his supporters as armed “domestic terrorists.” In addition, Reid called for a “united front” against Bundy, a call that paralleled Beck’s remark Americans should reject Bundy’s stand against the federal government and should distance themselves from his supporters who Beck slandered as crazed followers of Alex Jones.
Finally, sounding like a spokesman for FEMA and the government, Beck advocated non-resistance to government tyranny during the standoff.
“This morning I got up and I saw some more news reports, and more people in America that are standing up now and crying for revolution, insurrection, arming yourself, and a call to arms,” Beck said on his radio program on April 15. “I will tell you I believe in the Second Amendment, and I will defend myself. I believe in the rights that we have. But I will tell you more than I believe in my rights, I believe in the responsibilities that we have to God. And God does not call anyone to anger. God does not call anyone to vengeance ever, ever, ever.”
Glenn Beck and Company: CIA, CFR and Establishment Media Insiders
Beck’s coterie is indisputably linked not only to the establishment media and its endless diversionary game of false left-right politics, but also the intelligence community. If this does not reveal the true nature of Beck’s operation, nothing does.
Buck Sexton. A Blazetv host, Sexton is Beck’s direct link to the CIA and the CFR. His LinkedIn profile states he worked for the agency from 2005 until 2010. He also spent time with the Council on Foreign Relations, the premier globalist organization operating as the shadow government, a fact revealed by Hillary Clinton.
Betsy Morgan. According to LinkedIn, she is the president of The Blaze and has a background serving the corporate media, from CEO of AOL’s Huffington Post to Senior Vice President of CBS Interactive. She has an MBA from Harvard Business School.
S. E. Cupp. She is one The Blaze’s program hosts. She has an extensive background in establishment media circles, including The New York Times, MSNBC (where she was a talk show co-host), CNN, Fox News, and The New York Daily News. Describing herself as a “mainstream [establishment] conservative,” Cupp has criticized Ron Paul’s foreign policy views and his views on the Federal Reserve.
Laurie Dhue. She hosts The Blaze’s For the Record and is the channel’s primary news anchor. She also sports a background in establishment media. Dhue was a Fox News anchor and worked at MSNBC, a fact demonstrating how effortless the crossover is between so-called conservative and liberal circles in the establishment.
Dana Loesch. Another The Blaze media host demonstrating the linkage between corporate and faux alternative media. Loesch has appeared as a political commentator on Fox News, CNN, CBS, ABC and HBO. She left the St. Louis Tea Party after a failed attempt to get the organization to back an establishment candidate during a congressional race. In December, 2012 she sued Breitbart.com, claiming she endured a hostile work environment.
Considering the pedigree of Beck’s circle, it is obvious he is not a libertarian and he does not believe in the primacy of the Constitution. It is accurate to say Beck is working with in concert with the government to sabotage patriotic Americans who believe the Bundy standoff and the armed and menacing reaction by the federal government represent a mortal danger. It is one worth drawing a line in the sand in response as Beck’s former colleague at Fox News, Andrew P. Napolitano, rightly said.
This article was posted: Friday, April 25, 2014 at 5:22 pm