Beck’s Timeline Equates 8/28 Rally With Moses, Moon Landing (Video)
September 14, 2010
(ChattahBox Political News)—Glenn Beck, resident Fox News conspiracy theorist and self-described rodeo clown and huckster, is taking his megalomania to new heights. During last night’s Fox News program, Beck declared that his 8/28 Restoring Honor rally to “reclaim” the civil rights movement for his white tea party fans, should be included in the history books, right alongside other momentous achievements, such as Moses and the Ten Commandments, the first moon landing by Apollo 11 and the end of slavery. He wasn’t kidding.
Leading up to his Restoring Honor rally on the same date and same place that Martin Luther King delivered his “I have a Dream Speech,” after he called our first black president a “racist” who held a “deep seated hatred of white people, Beck engaged in extreme self-aggrandizing, predicting his 8/28 rally would be viewed in history in the same vein, as the Wright Brothers’ first flight and the first moon landing.
The Restoring Honor rally “will be remembered in American history as the turning point,” said Beck. He also declared that he received “divine providence” for his rally attended by 87,000 tea party malcontents.
Beck continued with his megalomania on his Fox News program Monday night.
Beck already had a timeline carefully mapped out on one of his chalkboards, as he lamented over a Time Magazine article that concluded many attendees of his Restoring Honor rally, were confused by Beck’s televangelist message.
Beck then whipped out his great achievements and events in history chart to alleviate any confusion.
Starting with Moses, Beck took his audience through his chalkboard timeline.
“Here’s Moses and the ten Commandments, the Mayflower, 1776, finally end of slavery, the Great Depression, Pearl Harbor, Cold War years, Apollo 11, 9/11, market crash and the Obama administration,” said Beck.
Beck then dramatically writes 8-28, after the Obama administration, as the next greatest event in the history of the United States and maybe the world!
“I believe that it is the beginning of the restoration of this country,” exclaimed Beck.
Only in Beck’s fevered imagination.