Cheeto-Child Discusses Donald Trump as a Wartime President…

In 2016 a bipolar, manic-depressive named Glenn Beck covered himself in mashed up Cheetos snacks to give a visible picture to his audience of just how vile presidential candidate Donald Trump was. Mr. Beck carried out these various episodes of unstable behavior; at increasing levels of severity; for around a year.

At the same time he was shoving his face into Cheeto dust, Mr. Beck was prayerfully declaring to the world how candidate Ted Cruz was the anointed one, chosen by God and displayed to Beck in his dreams. This is not the behavior of a stable mind, or person holding a stable disposition.  A new generation of political followers should beware.

People forget exactly how loopy and unstable Beck is. He now discusses President Trump as a wartime president during the great cultural war of 2020.

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315 Responses to Cheeto-Child Discusses Donald Trump as a Wartime President…

  1. william gilkerson says:

    Beck , a bushel or a peck low on brain cells. O holy day, let him subside into rehab and leave the world of ideas to sane adults.

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  2. Steve in Greensboro says:

    I listened to the interview with Jan K and thought Beck was mostly right. I am not a fan of Beck, but maybe the following might help people understand why I am willing to listen to him.

    “National Review” came out recently in favor of impeachment. Leftist friends on FB said “see, see, even Conservative NR has abandoned Trump”. My response was “NR is an essentially crooked organization. They are pens for hire and will write whatever their big-money benefactors pay them to write. They have no principles, unless allegiance to the Ruling Class can be considered a principle.” NR is paid for by Google and the Koch Network.

    Beck probably has had mental problems in the past. Who knows how he is doing today? (I pray for him.) But regardless of his mental state, Beck only says what he really believes (not what somebody pays him to say).

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    • Ausonius says:

      I have not seen National Review in years. I cannot imagine that William F. Buckley (who believed in always going with the candidate capable of being elected) would have supported impeaching a Republican!

      e.g. Buckley was very much against Nixon’s Open Up China Policy, and was aghast (Buckley had gone along to China with the Press Corps) when Nixon toasted the mass-murderer-of-millions Mao Tse-Tung. Nixon had thrown away America’s morality on that trip, Buckley believed.

      And yet, when the election of 1972 came around, despite his distaste for the China policy and other things, Buckley supported Nixon against George McGovern.

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      • gerkmonster says:

        Editor’s Note: National Review has inaugurated a new feature, “To the Contrary,” where an NR writer dissents from NR’s official editorial line and another writer replies. NR opposes impeachment, but below, Ramesh Ponnuru makes the case for it in an article that originally appeared in the December 31, 2019, issue of the magazine. A reply by Michael Brendan Dougherty is nearby.

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    • X XYZ says:

      Beck probably has had mental problems in the past.
      “In the past”???

      Who knows how he is doing today?
      Just read this entire thread.

      (I pray for him.)
      I have more worthy people to pray for than the likes of him. But, to each his own.

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      • Bendix says:

        When you have that level of severity of major mental illness, it can be managed with drugs and therapy; but it doesn’t go away.
        Someone in his life must have told him by now that he needs help. He’s one of the fortunate people whoo could get care if he wanted it. He’s choosing not to.

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        • X XYZ says:

          As long as he is making a buck on his prominence, it feeds his addiction.

          As long as the reward keeps coming – be it money, or adulation, or fame, it fuels the fire.

          Money is the best fuel of all. It is volatile as gasoline. Money can buy almost anything anyone desires. It burns clean. No soot.

          “Not too close! You catch on fire!”
          Go Google that …

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    • gerkmonster says:

      National Review is not for impeachment. A few of their Gorebalists are. “Editor’s Note: National Review has inaugurated a new feature, “To the Contrary,” where an NR writer dissents from NR’s official editorial line and another writer replies. NR opposes impeachment, but below, Ramesh Ponnuru makes the case for it in an article that originally appeared in the December 31, 2019, issue of the magazine. A reply by Michael Brendan Dougherty is nearby.”

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      • X XYZ says:

        NR debates a lot for their audience. They write, write, write, and talk, talk, talk – relentlessly. Then, once a conservative is FINALLY elected, they then try to STEER conservatives back into the fold, back into that “Big Republican tent”. Once a conservative is finally elected by the people, they turn on him, or pay him off, or knife him in the back. Then most are gone, and it’s back to business as usual.

        Do I need to mention George Will? The psuedo-conservative poster boy for NR politics? I’m trying really hard not to use cuss words in this forum.

        “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me”. IMO that’s all that conservatives really need to understand.

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    • jmuniz1 says:

      National Review endorsed Jeb Bush they are open boarders. Conservatives dont read it anymore. They suck

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      • X XYZ says:

        Does anyone remember this?

        If anyone knows the family of the Bush Kings and has always seemed more honest about who they are, it’s Barbara Bush. During the reign of King George I, Barbara was then polling as being much more popular and genuine than her stiff, patrician husband. The American populace is usually more attuned to politicians demeanor and character, beyond what they say. This is the real value of having televised debates. We get to see these clowns strut and fret their hour upon the stage.

        (But then followed the Clintons, who raised lying to an art form, making greed enticing, alluring, and covetable, beyond anything ever seen before them, in recent American history.)

        https://thehill.com/video/campaign/296067-barbara-bush-weve-had-enough-bushes

        Yep. Barbara was right. Two Bush Kings were more than enough.

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    • jmuniz1 says:

      National Review endorsed Jeb Bush they are open boarders. Conservatives dont read it anymore. They suck

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    • Tarheel American says:

      ““NR is an essentially crooked organization. They are pens for hire and will write whatever their big-money benefactors pay them to write. They have no principles, unless allegiance to the Ruling Class can be considered a principle.”

      Would that it were so!

      NR and its denizens are 100% pure neo-conservative. In fact, they are the original first families of neo-conservatism.

      But there’s nothing “conservative” about them.

      And they are NOT beholden to “money,” or the Kochs, or anyone else.

      They are beholden to a hostile foreign power. That power directs, controls, and bids them do for its benefit.

      They are fundamentally and basically against Normal Americans.

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  3. X XYZ says:

    Nixon’s Open Up China Policy is to blame for what China has become today. Actions have consequences and the chickens are now coming home to roost. That is where the mess we are now in began, and it has slowly metastasized over decades.

    The only Republicans I ever voted for in any presidential election were Reagan and Trump. I’m a lifelong conservative. The Republican party can go to hell – and take the RINOs, Neocons and phony NR “Never Trump” conservatives with them. I wish there were some way to banish them from the R party.

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    • Ausonius says:

      See my comment above: William F. Buckley thought Nixon’s China ploy was a huge mistake.

      Why exactly did we want to develop a nation of 800 million possible competitors back then? To counter the Russians?

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  4. azchick says:

    I watched Beck until he went crazy over PDJT. I learned more from his chalk board about the caliphate & leviant than from anyone else. He called arms dealing 4 days after Benghazi and he was correct on many things and made me think. I had to cancel when he went off on PDJT but whwn he started with Hydra on the chalk board again I went back. He’s still the best on deep info out there. Just this treepers opinion. Merry Christmas to all

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    • Mary Louise says:

      He correctly predicted that the Arab Spring would cause the middle east to implode and would then head toward Europe (migrants). I didn’t like it when he was against Trump, but on a lot of things, he has an incredible instinct as to what is happening. And he is a great thorn in Soros’ side, so good on him.

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  5. Once a neverTrumper, always a neverTrumper. Can’t trust them.

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  6. leavemygunsalone says:

    As a sidebar, much of Beck’s chalkboard about Soros connections, ValJar Chicago etc. was investigative work done by a gentleman named Trevor Loudon. Beck never gave Loudon any credit. Essentially Beck stole his work, the only decent thing was that due to Beck’s notoriety more people were educated about that web. Trevor found an American to marry last I heard, and unfortunately was a Crazy Cruz’er. I don’t know where he is now, but he did great work, he compiled a book featuring over 40 card carrying Communists in our Congress, and still people didn’t wake up.

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  7. PACoug says:

    I lived in south central PA when Beck planned the Restoring Honor rally on the mall. I went, with my family. We met many great conservatives there. But many of us had our eyes opened to Glenn Beck that day. I have not listened to a word he’s said since.

    The man is a complete nutball. Merry Christmas to him.

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  8. I used to love Beck when he was on CNN and then even better on Fox! I wondered if he had a health problem, when he went of the deep end, that required he be on a steroid like prednesone. I was put on prednesone a couple times, and it made me Ho,Ho, up and down like a Yoyo mentally, and had to eat like a hog getting ready for the slaughter! Beck got all bloated up and just went nutz, and made me wonder if he was on prednesone? Haven’t watched him since, except occasionally when a short video or article is posted that I want to see, he seems to have gotten “better”, but I still have to view him with a great deal of skepticism.

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  9. Mike Bourque says:

    Thank god fox got rid of you because clearly you have lost it. This guy isn’t going anywhere for President. Trump 2020-2024

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  10. waitingForTheStorm says:

    That idiot Beck actually said that we should vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. If he had gotten his wish, the Hillary would be president and our country would be a total disaster. He has no credibility and I will never listen to a word he says. He is nothing more than a reformed drunk with all of the raw sanctimonious clap trap that includes.

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