Glenn Beck may be gone from your TVs, he is still on your computer. Well, that is if you are willing to pay your subscription for his internet-only talk show.
Luckily, someone at The Hollywood Reporter was willing to shell out the $9.95 monthly fee to watch Beck be Beck. And from their report, we head that the show was, as expected, a rage cage.
This time, Beck went off about the planning of the New York City World Trade Center September 11th tribute.
Glenn Beck kicked off his new Internet-only series Glenn Beck by trashing the 9/11 memorial ceremony, calling it a “complete and total disgrace” that first responders were not invited.
New York City officials had previously stated that there was not enough room at the former World Trade Center site to accommodate all the family members and security precautions. But Beck wasn’t buying it. He also complained about the lack of clergy at the service, calling it “a slap in the face of God.”
While there are many who would agree with Beck on his point about the limited invitations, the show reverted quickly back to illogical as Beck led a discussion about the difference between “good Muslims” and “bad Muslims.”