Glenn Beck’s Fans Can’t Handle the Truth About Van Jones

Glenn, or Glenda –which seems to fit the weeping clown much better than Glenn — slanders Van Jones, who’s company called Glenda out on his racism. Gee, what a surprise!

Glenda has spent the week foaming at the mouth about the Van Jones, White House special adviser who is the inactive co-founder of Color of Change. Yeah, that Color of change; the organization behind the very effective boycott against Glenda’s racism.

Here is a sample:

Even more predictable than Glenda’s desperate delusion that by means of attacking the messenger he can stop the bleeding of his sponsors is the fact that Glenda’s cult, the Hatriots, believe every last word of his dry drunk ravings. Sadly, this kind of willful naivete only lends conclusive proof to the epic failure of Bush’s No Child Left Behind policy.

After a late evening spent rebutting the Hatriots online, I figured we needed a few facts to dispel the Glenda lies. This is for the kool aid drinkers who are right now checking the sky for the Obama alien ship to take them to FEMA camps. Oh, by the way, you’ll need your long form birth certificate when you get there. Just sayin’.

I pity them enough to do this for them, even though I’m pretty sure they won’t read it, won’t believe it, and won’t care. Belonging to a cult combined with rampant paranoia does that to a person.

OK, here we go: The debunking of a white supremacist, dry drunk, uneducated clown. Buckle up, Glendistas.

“Van has never served time in any prison. He has never been convicted of any crime. And just to be clear: Van was not even in Los Angeles during those tumultuous days.” But, but, Glenda said! I know he did, but he lied.

“Van was hired by the Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality – to work on her staff as a “special advisor.”” Yeah, see, it’s not a conspiracy. Many people are appointed as advisors who at one time ran a business. How else would they gain the expertise to be appointed in the first place?

“He was vetted by FBI.” More importantly, he was vetted more than Sarah Palin was, and she was A-OK to be Vice President of our country, according to the Glendistas. This kind of hypocrisy doesn’t do much for the cause.

“Anybody who thinks that a lone government official can pass out money, arbitrarily and without oversight, knows nothing about our legal system.” Ouch, that hit Glenda in his weak spot; after all, this is the guy who couldn’t spell Oligarchy a few days ago, let alone spout off anything about our legal system.

“Van’s book is a veritable song of praise to capitalism, especially the socially responsible and eco-friendly kind.” He is a capitalist, not a communist. If only Glenda could read…

Etc. Quotes are from The Huffington Post

We await the apologies of the Glenda Cult and Rupert Murdoch. Crickets? You betcha.

9 Replies to “Glenn Beck’s Fans Can’t Handle the Truth About Van Jones”

  1. So those self-proclaiming communist words of his weren’t his. OK. This is another left hate load.

  2. those words were from a long time ago, and taken much out of context. At any rate, he has grown up now, and contributes much to our country.

    Were we to take every single phrase every uttered by every young adult and spare it so as to use against them, I fear there would be no more Republicans at all.

    I take exception to your calling this “hate load”, but I understand that projection comes easily when one is on the wrong side of an issue. Listening to Beck, any reasonable person can see where the hate is emanating from. And that is why his sponsors are pulling out from his hate fest.

    Thank you for stopping by.

  3. How mentally challenged are you? This isn’t 1950. It is 2009. The commies aren’t coming to get you no matter what Beck says. It is interesting that Beck once again targeted another black person.

  4. 1. Recent Comments by Van Jones make it unlikely he should be in the position.
    2. He has not renounced previous espoused view. Instead he believes he is a more effective radical without the posture of one.
    3. Why are the FOI requests filed for information regarding his hiring not being honored?
    4. White house response to inquiries do not address the background.
    5. White house says he is hired in a limited capacity however he has made speeches on healthcare.

    So… these are facts… Believe in them or not they are reality. Until he renounces speeches made as recently as 2009 and explains his “transition” all of the questions are valid.

    Thanks, anon

  5. I am about as far from a Glen Beck supporter as it’s possible to be but I find it very offensive that you think the best way to insult him is to refer to him as woman. Racism is wrong. Sexism is wrong too.

  6. 1 Van Jones is right all Republicans are ASSHOLES.
    2 “I met all these young radical people of color – I mean really radical: communists and anarchists. And it was, like, ‘This is what I need to be a part of.’ I spent the next ten years of my life working with a lot of those people I met in jail, trying to be a revolutionary.” Never, not once did he say he was any of these things.
    3. “FOI request about a living person are never honored unless the person allows the fulfillment of the request” front page of the FCC FOIA page (right to privacy and all that, I know you Republicans are so fourth coming in all you endeavors like the war in Iraq) .
    4. The White House needs not to respond to garage.
    5. Ho my GOD he talked about Health Care no bad man, in fact everyone is talking about Health Care as it will be all encompassing, as in it will affect every part of the Government.
    So there you go, you sir are a jackass.
    And FYI you are not ANON you will never be ANON only those who reside on 4CHAN’s \B\ are ANON, asswipe.

  7. In tihs case though, if you look at who wrote the article, SARAH Jones, I think it might make a little more sense than you have achieved so far.

    She is pointing out that Beck is demonstrating the kind of excessive emotional outbursts that have in the past been used to characterize women. Jones is not saying women are really like that; nor has she ever written anything that suggests she views women that way.

    She is using it to characterize an extremely odd, one might even say freakish behavior being exhibited by Beck. As another woman who writes here, I’d say her use of a stereotype to describe his outbursts pegged his total lack of self control perfectly.

    Beck is certainly not my idea of a ‘manly man’; he doesn’t even do well as a ‘girly man’, imho….

  8. “I spent the next ten years of my life working with a lot of those people I met in jail, trying to be a revolutionary.” In the months that followed, he let go of any lingering thoughts that he might fit in with the status quo. “I was a rowdy nationalist on April 28th, and then the verdicts came down on April 29th,” he said. “By August, I was a communist.”
    According to East Bay Express? ( he said it at least ONCE!

  9. Can’t figure out which is funnier:

    a) Sarah believing HuffPo without finding any additional corroborating evidence. “I read it on the Internets, so I believer it” is so 1990s.

    b) Sarah ignoring Van Jones’ actual words about being a communist and being in jail (gotta be arrested to be in jail, unless he was doing fundrasing for MDA)

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