Beck's "anti-Semitism" may be making Zionist-globalist media billionaire Rupert Murdoch nervous because it's causing him business problems.
From M.J. Rosenberg:
On January 7, Deborah Lipstadt, the Dorot Professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies at Emory, wrote a piece in London's Jewish Chronicle calling for British officials to consider the attitudes of Beck and Fox News President Roger Ailes toward Jews before they permit Rupert Murdoch, the president of Fox, to expand his media holdings in the United Kingdom.Suddenly, Murdoch is reportedly "uncomfortable" with the more conservative elements of Fox News, and the "anti-Semitic" Glenn Beck in particular, according to a report in The Independent.
one of Mr Murdoch's former henchmen, Andrew Neil, publicly questioned whether the world's most powerful media figure retained his grip over his organisation. Criticising the output of Murdoch's Fox News, Mr Neil, the founding chairman of Sky TV and the former editor of The Sunday Times, said the News Corp CEO was "uncomfortable" with Fox's right-wing presenters, Bill O'Reilly and Glenn Beck.Rupert Murdoch is a money-worshipping degenerate with no moral, political or Christian principles whatsover. He's just the kind of souless, globalist, Zionist-collaborating element that has been selling Western Civilization out for decades now at the behest of statist-globalist forces squatting in the West. He's now concerned that these same forces, via their statist-bureaucrat henchmen, may be punishing him for his association with "anti-Semitism" by harassing his business schemes, so like the true snake that he is, he'll throw anyone and anything that might get in the way of his highest principle, money grubbing, under the bus without hesitation.
"My own view is [Fox] is out of control," Neil told Richard Bacon yesterday on BBC Radio 5 Live. "I think Rupert Murdoch has lost control of it. I know from sources he's not happy with a lot that appears on it and I think he's lost over the Glenn Becks and the O'Reillys," said Mr Neil.
"[Murdoch] is uncomfortable with Glenn Beck and various other positions they take and some of the things they say." Neil, who fell out with Mr Murdoch in the early Nineties, claimed he had "very good sources at the heart of News Corp".
News Corp is trying to lobby the Government to prevent its bid to take full ownership of BSkyB being referred to the competition authorities for review.
Rupert Murdoch is 80-years-old, yet still clings to his money-grubbing ethic as highest principle. This just goes to show the utter irredeemability of those from Right to Left who have sold their souls to Zionism and globalism.
Glenn Beck stands tall and proud in his criticism of globalist-left sociopath Soros; Rupert Murdoch sinks into the money-worshipping, Zionist mire.