Washington Post: Glenn Beck Isn’t Saying…

Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank has a cute article posted today that illustrates how Glenn Beck gets a point across by pretending he isn’t making any such point. He simply says that he isn’t saying it:

“I’m not saying that Obama has an enemies list, but I wouldn’t put it past him, either.”

“I’m not saying that we have a bunch of mullahs or some star chamber running the country.”

“I’m not saying that we’re like Russia. I’m not saying Obama is going to kill anybody.”

“I’m not saying being poor in America is sweet.”

“I’m not saying to shoot anybody.”

“I am not saying that Barack Obama is a fascist. I’m not saying the Democrats are fascists.”

And who could forget…

“I’m not saying that he doesn’t like white people. I’m saying he has a problem. He has a — this guy is, I believe, a racist.”

Detect a pattern? Well, just for the record, I’m not saying that Glenn Beck raped an murdered a young girl in 1990.


6 thoughts on “Washington Post: Glenn Beck Isn’t Saying…

  1. My own personal favorite is when he “wasn’t saying” that Obama was connected to Louis Farrakhan, the New Black Panthers, and a step-dance troupe from Kansas City that appeared “militant” about 45 seconds after saying EXACTLY THAT. Details here.

    • The stuff he “isn’t saying” is nearly as bad what he is saying.

  2. Glenn Beck-
    “I’m not implying I’m a racist douche, but the first black president hates white culture and white people and was only elected by black people, and for no other reason.”
    Yeah, cause new england is just chalk full of black people.
    Was that glenn or limbaugh? Or was that malkin? Or maybe ingraham? No! It was levin! Wait…OH NO!!!!! THE CLONE WARS HAVE BEGUN!!!

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