On his Fox News program today Glenn Beck claimed that while Jon Stewart's rally had been co-opted by the left, he still wished him luck with rally and then jumped on the Jon Stewart bandwagon by saying, "Jon we disagree on a great many things, but I don't think we disagree of the type of people that we need to be as individual Americans."
Jon Stewart managed to do something with his Rally to Restore Sanity that hasn't been done in a long time. He confused the mainstream media to the point of a near collective nervous breakdown. The media couldn't figure out what this rally was about, and it was only when Stewart explained it to them that they realized that it was about them.
In what can best be described as a delusional rant, on his radio show today, Rush Limbaugh wove a tale of how the Rally to Restore Sanity helps Republicans. Limbaugh called Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, "half baked comedians," and claimed that they tell, "Putrid jokes." Limbaugh also predicted that the rally will draw 65,000 people.
The Fox News paranoia over Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity reached Tom Ridge terror alert level red today, as Monica Crowley claimed on Fox Business that, "Well, but there are a lot of union members who are actually being bused in at gunpoint by their union leadership."
On his radio show today, Glenn Beck continued his attack on Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity. Beck claimed that that unless Stewart draws a million people, the rally is a failure. Beck said, "If there's not a million people at the mall...There should be 300 million people on the mall or they are absolutely the most powerless people on the planet."
On Fox News Watch today, Fox contributor Jim Pinkerton upped the ante and personally attacked Jon Stewart as a demagogue. Pinkerton compared Stewart to Lonesome Rhodes by saying, "Five words A Face In The Crowd, the 1950's movie starring Andy Griffith...about a talk show host who then thought he was a political and a demagogue."
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert have managed to completely freak out Fox News as evidenced on Fox and Friends this morning, when the network had it's propaganda crew claiming that Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's rally won't outdraw Glenn Beck's. Brian Kilmeande asked, "How can you possibly outdraw Glenn Beck?"
On his radio show today Glenn Beck took aim at Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's October 30th rally, by labeling at progressive plot to win the election. Beck said of the Stewart/Colbert rally, "They are going to activate the youth to try to get them to vote with the labor unions apparently."