Obviously weary of people dogging him during his “book tour” and asking when he will have Ron Paul on his show, Glenn Beck released a short video inviting Paul on both his television and radio show.
Ron Paul’s supporters want him to appear on Beck’s show, but does Ron Paul want to subject himself to the vile nonsense of Glenn Beck, especially when it appears Beck has been tasked with mercilessly attacking Paul and characterizing his supporters as violent extremists on par with Timothy McVeigh, the government agent convicted of the OKC bombing?
In response to Beck’s innuendo that Paul may be running scared from an interview, last month during a Q and A after a speech at the Robert Taft Club, Paul admitted there was a scheduling problem with a previous interview. Moreover, as should be obvious to anybody who has watched or listened to Beck, Dr. Paul said “he is on occasion a demagogue,” and also “pretty discourteous,” an understatement to say the least — but then, as a gentleman, that’s Ron Paul’s style.
“My guess is in the next several weeks I’ll probably go on his show,” explained Paul. “But how often should I go on Bill O’Reilly’s show? I don’t care what the questions are, what the challenges are, just let me give an answer…. the last time I was on O’Reilly’s show, I started mentioning something about history. ‘We don’t want to hear anything about history,’” O’Reilly responded, cutting Paul off.
Of course, O’Reilly would not allow Paul to reference history. After all, O’Reilly’s on the Fox News channel where soft porn is of more importance than historical example. Burden O’Reilly’s viewers with history and they may surf off to another channel.
Thus it is a natural response to be wary of Beck and O’Reilly, as their task is not sincere “fair and balanced” journalism directed at issues, but rather to make Ron Paul out to be a fool and even a kook and dangerous extremist.
No doubt Glenn Beck, after his earlier performance attempting to characterize Ron Paul’s supporters as terrorists, will try to get Ron Paul to disavow his support base and thus sabotage his campaign.
After all, Beck’s bosses and their controllers are running scared from the Ron Paul campaign because they understand that after Ron Paul is elected, the corporate media will no longer be a propaganda agency for the government and the neocons, that is to say the globalist and transnational corporate interests that own them lock, stock, and barrel.
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