Sunday, February 13, 2011

Upset about Soros much? Mainstream media Jewry and Jewish neocons in coordinated attack on Glenn Beck's Mormon "messianism"

Are conservatives turning on Glenn Beck?

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The Weekly Standard's William Kristol has taken Beck to task for his stance on Egypt. Some say it's a sign that the Right is fed up with one of Fox News' most vivid personalities

In the current issue of The Weekly Standard, conservative columnist and editor William Kristol scolds Glenn Beck for being skeptical of the Egyptian uprising. Kristol, a Fox political contributor himself, says the Fox News host's "rants about the caliphate taking over the Middle East" are reminiscent of the John Birch Society, and that he's "marginalizing" himself through his "hysteria." Beck, in turn, lashed out at Kristol and "entrenched" Republicans clinging to power. Many are taking the two men's war of words as a sign that conservatives are turning against Beck and that his days at Fox News may be numbered. Are they? (Watch an MSNBC report about the debate)

Yes, a revolt is imminent: "Conservative annoyance with Glenn Beck's messianism has been growing" just as his ratings have been dropping, says Anthea Butler at Religion Dispatches. Kristol's criticism is just the latest evidence that the sharks are circling Beck, and that an "apocalyptic end" is coming soon for his media career. His "doomsday televangelist prophet routine jeopardizes not only his show on Fox, but any chance that he can be considered to be any sort of a king- or queen-maker in the 2012 elections."
"The sharks circling Glenn Beck"

Fox is over Beck: Kristol's criticism is "not unimportant," says Joe Klein in Time. The noted neocon is "very close to the throbbing heart of the Fox News sensibility," and "I've heard, from more than a couple of conservative sources, that prominent Republicans have approached Rupert Murdoch and [Fox's] Roger Ailes about the potential embarrassment that the paranoid-messianic rodeo clown may bring upon their brand." Beck's days at Fox may well be numbered, and "I wouldn't be surprised if we saw a mirror-Olbermann situation soon."
"How long, Glenn Beck, how long?"

Even the conservative elite is chiming in: "Kristol's words drew an approving nod from the National Review's Rich Lowry," says Ben Smith at Politico. The "conservative elite" typically keeps its aversion to Beck to itself, so a "public repudiation" is "rare" and notable.
"Beck blasts Kristol: 'Do anything to keep their little fiefdom together'"...MORE...LINK

Related: Is Rupert Murdoch preparing to throw Glenn Beck under the bus over "anti-Semitism"?
From Left to Right, Zionists want to make sure Mormons like Glenn Beck don't get too much of a toe-hold in mainstream media, because that's Jewish territory

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