Glenn Beck is the founder of The Blaze. The company operates a website and a TV network, both rumored to be doing poorly. Beck also serves as a radio host. But just today he was suspended by SiriusXM for his horrific remarks about Donald Trump.
Beck supported Ted Cruz for president. And in doing so made many disparaging remarks about Donald Trump. The presumptive GOP nominee attacked Beck in return. So Beck doubled down and made a ridiculous video of himself dipping his face in a bowl of Cheetos — a very childish way of poking fun at Trump for having “an orange complexion.”
Beck, who appears to be coming apart at the hinges, is now lashing out at Senator Marco Rubio for supporting Trump. According to Beck, “Marco no longer has credibility.” Boy, isn’t that the pot calling the kettle black.
In a long-winded rant on Facebook, Beck goes off on Rubio. He questions Rubio’s honesty because the Senator once referred to Trump as a con-artist but now supports him for president. Where has Beck been? Perhaps he’s been dipping his head in Cheetos long before he started videoing it for us? Rubio has always been a flip-flopper. This is a not a news alert, nor is it shocking to us who actually have an idea about what’s happening. But for Beck it’s a revelation. For Beck, it’s one step closer to his eventual demise in media. I sure hope he’s saved his money — because Lord knows he’s out of Cheetos.
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