The author of the story, Jon Bershad, accurately noted that Beck "seemed to actually get his own reporting of the story wrong. Twice he said that Fuller had held up a picture of Tucson Tea Party co-chairTrent Humphries while saying “You’re dead” when all news outlets (as far as I’m aware) have reported that Fuller merely took a picture." Apparently Beck's rude and deceitful slight, "nobody watches" ABC, did not count as a typical Beck lie: arrogant and inaccurate. In fact, more people watched This Week with Christiane Amanpour than those that watch Beck's Fox show on a given day.
Bershad did note, "However, when one is doing a segment attacking the credibility of another media outlet, one should be absolutely certain that you get your own facts straight." Did this "journalist" draw the obvious conclusion that Beck's railing against the inaccuracy and/or inadequacy of another networks' coverage of this apparent threat? It was hypocritical for Beck to question another news outlet's credibility when Beck himself is not just a habitual liar but flat-out lying about This Week's viewers and getting the facts of the situation wrong.
Add this episode to the long and growing list of Glenn Beck's blatant hypocrisies. It's safe to guess that this will not be the last time Beck exhibits naked hypocrisy on his show. The hidden hypocrisy in Beck's monologue is the fact that Beck has inspired violence in the last year, three times.
The obvious question that needs to be asked is when are the reporters covering Mr. Beck going to start reporting on this clear and present flaw in Beck's character? In fairness to Mr. Bershad, he concludes this story by noting, "Beck overreached and tried to paint ABC News as liars and, in the end, succeeded in mostly just shooting himself in the foot." Mr. Bershad, the word is hypocrisy. Mainstream journalists need to spell it out; Beck's loyal viewers are not the most competent at reading between the lines if the message is critical of their hero.
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