Glenn Beck, Fox News Protest Rally and Circus this weekend
Glenn Beck and his traveling All-Stars will be headed up by America’s favorite loser and quitter, Sarah “Wink Wink” Palin, with Glenn “Crocodile Tears” Beck as the Ring Master.
While the August 28th date has a special meaning for many Americans because of
Dr. Martin Luther King’s famous “I have a Dream” speech in 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial, Glenn Beck promises to make that memory a thing of the past and fill his audience with new, mind boggling memories.
Beck who describes the Protest Rally and Circus on his radio show as an “iconic event”, says that the traveling All-Stars show will “reclaim the civil rights movement” for white people. Ring Master Beck, said that the civil rights movement has been “distort” by “liberals”. Beck goes on to say, “We are on the right side of history. We are on the side of individual freedoms and liberties and damn it, we will reclaim the civil rights moment. We will take that movement because we were the people that did it in the first place."
During another radio show Glenn Beck told his listeners, we will "pick up Martin Luther King's dream that has been distorted and lost. As we create history together, your children will be able to say, 'I remember. I was there.' As we -- as we pick up Martin Luther King's dream that has been distorted and lost.”
A few days ago Ring Master Glenn Beck had to give his audience some bad news about one of his traveling All-Stars, Ted Nugent. Nugent who is one of America’s iconic guitar players and great white hunters, was originally scheduled to appear at the Protest Rally and Circus, but had to back out due to unforeseen words by Nugent that were heard at one of his recent shows and printed in a Newspaper.
The Telegraph Herald reported earlier this month that Ted Nugent, while appearing at a show in Dubuque, Iowa, gave a shout out to the crowd of cowboy hats and camouflage clothing saying, “There's a lot of white people in this crowd -- I like that! (Dubuque) is a white town." The Telegraph Herald added that "Nugent also pointed out at least one audience member and questioned his race.”
But the show must go on as they say.
A Tea Party group that calls themselves the Maine Refounders, who are also promoting the Protest Rally and Circus on their website, have listed some safety tips while visiting our Nations Capitol.
Listed under Safety and Mores:
“Most taxi drivers and many waiters/waitresses (especially in local coffee shops like the Bread and Chocolate chain) are immigrants, frequently from east Africa or Arab countries. As a rule, African immigrants do not like for you to assume they are African Americans and especially do not like for you to guess they are from a neighboring country (e.g. Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia) with whom they may have political or military tensions. It's rare to meet anyone who gets really offended, but you can still be aware of the issue.”
“Many parts of DC are safe beyond the areas I will list here, but why chance it if you don't know where you are?”
The Mores portion of the Safety and Mores list, lists the home address’s of Democrats in DC such as Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and others. Just in case you want to stop on by and let them know that the Circus is in town.
So if you cannot make it to DC this Saturday, you can still enjoy the Circus, just pop up some popcorn and turn on Fox, America’s most powerful cable opinion channel.
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