Glenn Beck: 'I think Obama is from Hell,' targets youth with 'new media'

glenn-beck-apology.jpgNew York City, wave goodbye to Glenn Beck. The conservative former television personality announced Saturday that he's putting his Connecticut mansion on the market and leaving NYC behind. We're sure you'll feel the loss.

In a live broadcast from his website, Beck says the he plans to develop new ways to get information to the youth of America by putting together a research team to "utilize idle brains" -- meaning, retired CIA agents, PhDs, and other bored geniuses. He's not going to grace NYC with its presence, though. "The last thing I will be doing, I will be leaving New York City. As we build a new media I'm not building it in New York."

He also announced that he has no intention of running for office, and expressed some notable disdain for Donald Trump's political endeavors. As for the "issue" with President Obama's birth certificate, Beck says, "I don't know where [Obama is from] I don't think he's from where they issue birth certificates - I think he's from Hell." He then lowered his voice - doing an impression of Satan - and said, "Put your little hooves on this paper."

Okay then.


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