Glenn Beck Hammers Republican Party in Scathing Speech to Texas GOP Group

“…Your officers and men behaved like men determined to be free.”


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Oliver Darcy
The Blaze

Glenn Beck skewered the GOP while delivering the keynote address at a local Texas GOP’s Reagan Day dinner, contending the Republican Party hasn’t demonstrated through action that it actually believes the principles it espouses.

“If you believe in something, show me the action,” Beck said at the Saturday night event. “In Washington they are not showing us the action.”

The political commentator and radio host referenced a long list of steps he said the GOP would take if they “really believed in the things that they are trying to tell us they believe in.”

“If the GOP actually believed these things, then there would be a special prosecutor appointed right now to investigate the IRS,” he said. “If the GOP actually believed in the Constitution, there would be a special prosecutor for the NSA and a special prosecutor for the reporters that have been spied on and threatened.”

“Why is there no special prosecutor for Benghazi?” Beck asked. “Because they are afraid. They are afraid of being called naughty names. They are being afraid of being called awful things.”

At one point, he wondered aloud why President Obama isn’t being investigated.

“Why isn’t there a special prosecutor for the president on Obamacare?” Beck asked. “He looked at the American people and lied.”…

…Beck previously warned Republicans that if they embrace establishment politicians such as Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), the party would eventually cease to exist.

“If the GOP wants to not just win, if the GOP expects to survive — if you embrace John McCain and John Boehner it will not happen,” he said. “If you embrace the Mike Lees and the Ted Cruzes, you win big time.”…


The entire article, with video Part 2, is at The Blaze.


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