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Glenn Beck Turns on Ted Cruz, Flips Out Over Trump Endorsement

Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck.
Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck.

Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck.

Following a tense interview on Monday morning, conservative radio host Glenn Beck turned on Texas Sen. Ted Cruz after he endorsed Donald Trump. Beck said he should have backed Sen. Marco Rubio during the Republican primary, despite his support for the “Gang of Eight” immigration amnesty bill in the U.S. Senate. Sen. Cruz had called in to discuss his recent decision to endorse Trump for president, after urging attendees at the Republican National Convention in July to “vote their conscience up and down the ballot.”

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“Ted, I disagree with you. I disagree with you strongly,” Beck said. “But I still respect you as a man, and you have done a lot of great, and I hope you continue to do a lot of great work in the future.”

But then Beck went on to discuss Sen. Cruz’s change of heart with his producer Stu Burgiere at The Blaze’s “Oval Office.”

“For the very first time I heard Ted Cruz calculate, and when that happened, the whole thing fell apart for me,” he told Burgiere. “It’s my fault for believing that men can actually be George Washington.”

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    Glen Beck is a whack job…..nobodies listening anymore fool…….

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    @PPDNews seriously this guy is a piece of work.

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    If you really want to understand an individual, you must be able to discern his/her core character. We all know of the wacko Scientology belief structure; surprisingly geared for the delusional narcissistic Hollywoodians. Scientology is a structured hierarchical pyramid scam yet, they believe in the supposed religiosity aspect in where organizational deceitfulness governs the ideology.

    Besides their ‘Christian’ veneer, Mormonism is more the absurd. In their presumptuous practices of eyeservice, to a skewed organizational tort system in where most banter through so-called arbitration; all pales in comparison with what is at their core. A truly nonsensical, Old-Wives-Tale belief system by which they are empowered to be, uh, Mormons! Nothing sums it better than the attached link: an animated short that will leave you perplexed as to: ‘why the likes of Glenn Beck and Mitt Romney’?

    This is their religion to a tee. They actually believe this as truth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3BqLZ8UoZk

    Yeah, they may quack, waddle, and talk ‘Conservative’ Mormonism but, can anyone of them truly be a rational intellect? Revisit some of Glenn’s defining moments once you have watched the short. You will begin to understand as to why his deceitfulness, his misadventures, his ‘sacrilege’ as one perplexed by psychosis. They liken this ‘religion’ to Islam: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_and_Mormonism

    So, with 15 million worldwide. Who base their ridiculous faith on con-man J. Smith who had a vision in finding copper/bronze plates from the lost tribe of Abraham (the islamic connection). Only J. Smith could read these plates in where friend and confidante, Martin Harris translates and scribes Smith’s disconcerted babblings into something comprehensible. Mr. Smith dictates to Harris something that he only was allowed to read (how convenient: you see, J. Smith was illiterate).

    Mr. Harris being a learned and discerning man, took the aforementioned (116 pages) home for his wife to read. But to Smith’s shagrin, Mr. Harris ‘loses’ those 116 pages. Hey, if you’re a prophet, no problem. Just have whoever re-recite the plates that only you can see and read and have Harris knock it out for you once again, huh? Those 116 pages have never resurfaced and what Smith could ‘remember’ of it, was applied by revision. Unfortunately the ‘addition’ did not fit the narrative contextually nor was there the evident cadence with The Book of Mormon.

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    If you really want to understand an individual, you must be able to discern his/her core character. We all know of the wacko Scientology belief structure; surprisingly geared for the delusional narcissistic Hollywoodians. Scientology is a structured hierarchical pyramid scam yet, they believe in the supposed religiosity aspect in where organizational deceitfulness governs the ideology.

    Besides their ‘Christian’ veneer, Mormonism is more the absurd. In their presumptuous practices of eyeservice, to a skewed organizational tort system in where most banter through so-called arbitration; all pales in comparison with what is at their core. A truly nonsensical, Old-Wives-Tale belief system by which they are empowered to be, uh, Mormons! Nothing sums it better than the attached link: an animated short that will leave you perplexed as to: ‘why the likes of Glenn Beck and Mitt Romney’?

    This is their religion to a tee. They actually believe this as truth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3BqLZ8UoZk

    Yeah, they may quack, waddle, and talk ‘Conservative’ Mormonism but, can anyone of them truly be a rational intellect? Revisit some of Glenn’s defining moments once you have watched the short. You will begin to understand as to why his deceitfulness, his misadventures, his ‘sacrilege’ as one perplexed by psychosis. They liken this ‘religion’ to Islam: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_and_Mormonism

    So, with 15 million worldwide. Who base their ridiculous faith on con-man J. Smith who had a vision in finding copper/bronze plates from the lost tribe of Abraham (the islamic connection). Only J. Smith could read these plates in where friend and confidante, Martin Harris translates and scribes Smith’s disconcerted babblings into something comprehensible. Mr. Smith dictates to Harris something that he only was allowed to read (how convenient: you see, J. Smith was illiterate).

    Mr. Harris being a learned and discerning man, took the aforementioned (116 pages) home for his wife to read. But to Smith’s shagrin, Mr. Harris ‘loses’ those 116 pages. Hey, if you’re a prophet, no problem. Just have whoever re-recite the plates that only you can see and read and have Harris knock it out for you once again, huh? Those 116 pages have never resurfaced and what Smith could ‘remember’ of it, was applied by revision. Unfortunately the ‘addition’ did not fit the narrative contextually nor was there the evident cadence with The Book of Mormon.

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