Glenn Beck to conspiracy critics: "Bring it on"
Adding, "Would you like some more, because if you want another helping, we'll give it to you"
April 25, 2013 12:21AM (UTC)
On Monday, Glenn Beck insisted that his theory connecting a Saudi national to the Boston Marathon bombing would remain correct until someone could prove to him that it wasn't. The problem with that statement on Monday, as it remained on Wednesday, was that someone (in this case, the Department of Homeland Security) had already done precisely that.
And yet, Beck persisted in his allegations about a massive coverup, and was even emboldened by critics, whom he challenged to "bring it on."
h/t Right Wing Watch
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