Glenn Beck Tells His Followers, “Shoot Them In The Head!”

At what point must a civilized society stand up and say enough is enough? Or is the argument of freedom of speech enough to allow someone of influence to go on television, or radio, or the internet for that matter, and tell his audience, “you are going to have to shoot them in the head!”

Shouldn’t our intellect dictate a more enlightened response to someone you disagree with, rather than advising your followers to “Shoot them in the head?”  Well, Glenn Beck evidently prefers to resort to the his more primitive side in some matters.

It is becoming increasingly difficult to say that the political atmosphere had nothing to do with the shooting in Arizona, where 6 people were killed and 19 more injured. and where congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot in her head.

Yes, it is becoming increasingly difficult indeed…


I’m just tired of the lies and nonsense coming from the GOP, so this is my little contribution to combat the nonsense!


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  • Ezra Grant

    @ Carl.

    I totally agree with you. We do have a protection called Freedom of Speech, and yes, that gives you the right to say whatever you want.

    But we also should have morals, and the ability to tell right from wrong. If Beck had that ability, we wouldn’t be writing this post and who knows….

  • Carl

    That’s freedom of speech. People should be free to say what they like. But they should be responsible for their words. You can certainly yell “Fire!” in a theater or tell his followers to “shoot them in the head.” but he should have to answer for his words.

    I may not believe what you say is right, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.


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  • Ezra Grant

    Beck and FOXNEWS claim a lot of things. We know not to believe anything they say, cause that’s what they do, they lie!

    But don’t tell that to their faithful followers.

  • WTF? And they claim that they are not guilty of violent rhetoric!