Wednesday, Facebook met with a group of 16 conservatives in California, where it is headquartered. It was, for the most part, a solid team.
The team comprised of Jim DeMint, S.E. Cupp, Dana Perino, Barry Bennett (a Trump adviser), Jenny Beth Martin, Brent Bozell, Kristen Soltis Anderson, Arthur C. Brooks, Robert Bluey, Mary Katherine Ham, and, most importantly, Glenn Beck and Tucker Carlson.
After that meeting on Thursday, The Daily Caller editor-in-chief and FOX News contributor Tucker Carlson made his opinion on Glenn Beck very clear:
“Some of the conservatives there asked tough questions, others sucked up, basically.”
That’s pretty clear, but if it weren’t clear enough, he was asked who — to which he replied:
“You know, well known talk show host who you think would be asking tough questions who said things like, ‘You’re such an innovator. You’re such an impressive guy.’”
That’s clear enough — there was only one talk show host in the group. But Carlson was mad enough that he continued his blast on Friday, when he said in an interview: “I went to that meeting expecting Beck to cry, rend his garments while quoting James Madison, but that’s not at all what happened.
“He began the most extended assiduous suck-up I think I’ve ever seen a grown man commit. He acted like he was auditioning to be Mark Zuckerberg’s manservant — it was awe-inspiring,”
“I don’t know what his agenda is; it’s either he’s looking to put his tanking Web properties up for sale or he just can’t help himself. There’s a billionaire there, so he sniffs the throne.”
Without question, Glenn Beck has become a divisive character in an election when conservatives everywhere must rally behind the GOP nominee, which is almost certainly Donald Trump, or face the likelihood of a Hillary Clinton presidency.
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