Obama and Glenn Beck Masons?, Newsweek June 2008 article, Obama being protected, Why has Glenn Beck ridiculed Arpaio Military officers and concerned Americans
“Why has Obama, since taking the White House, used Justice Department Attorneys, at taxpayer expense, to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells
“Why does Glenn Beck continue to make uninformed attacks and insults upon Sheriff Joe Arpaio and millions of concerned Americans?”…Citizen Wells
“You can’t fix stupid.”…Ron White
We now know that the US Justice Department and many judges are corrupt, few congressmen care about the Constitution and the manistream media has protected Obama. Yet, many of us still shake our heads in disbelief when people like Glenn Beck not only don’t cover eligibility issues but go to great lengths for many months to ridicule millions of concerned citizens, including high ranking military officers and now Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
In 2008 there was a rumor that Obama is a Mason. I have yet to find any strong evidence for or against this supposition. However, in the June issue of Newsweek, a photo was staged to give the appearance of Obama wearing a Masonic ring. If this wasn’t Obama in the photo, why did Newsweek suggest with the photo that it was?
From Blair’s blog January 6, 2009.
“Obama’s Masonic Ring
This picture is from a June 2008 edition of Newsweek magazine. It appears to be Obama reaching for the “Presidential Seal”. Please take a close look at the ring on Obama’s right hand.
Obama is wearing a masonic ring. The square and the compass are clearly visable.
The important thing to remember is that these pictures are carefully staged. I’m sure they (Newsweek photographers) take several pictures. The ones they publish are obviously the ones they want you to see. This was either done for your benefit, the general public, or for the benefit of other freemasons, probably both. Either way the message is clear. Obama is a freemason and another freemason is going to be President of the United States.”
More images here:
From Infowars April 8, 2011.
“It was on his Friday, April 1, program, but it was no joke. Glenn Beck, who has announced he will leave Fox News, was blatantly wearing a masonic emblem over his grey sweater, quite a conspicuous clothing accessory.
Included in the imagery is a Mason’s compass, a skull, a scroll & pen, and a date that appears to be 1681 or 1682 (unclear), the first a possible reference to the year Freemason William Penn founded Philadelphia (later the first capital of the United States) and Pennsylvania, the second a possible reference to the founding of La Petite Resurrection des Templiers” a licentious society that was a spin off to Masonic circles in France. Their members supposedly “wore concealed upon their shirts a decoration in the form of a cross, on which was embossed the figure of a man trampling on a woman, who lay prostrate at his feet.”
Why would Beck choose this apparel? Is it an obscure reference to colonial founders or a tip-off that his allegiances lie with the secret society-elites who have long wielded power?”
What motivates Glenn Beck to belittle concerned Americans who believe in the US Constitution. Are he and Obama Masons? Is it money? He states that he does not do research and depends on his staff. Perhaps this is one of the reasons.
From Media Decoder January 5, 2011.
“Glenn Beck Hires Former Huffington Post Chief”
“Looking to further expand his growing media presence, Glenn Beck, the conservative talk-show host, has hired a one-time chief executive of the left-leaning Huffington Post to lead his new Web site, The Blaze.
Betsy Morgan, who ran The Huffington Post for two years, ending in 2009, will become president of The Blaze, a four-month-old site intended to curate news articles and opinion pieces of special interest to Mr. Beck’s conservative audience.
He has built that following through aggressive expansion into multiple forms of media, including his high-rated program on the Fox News Channel, a series of best-selling books and numerous personal appearances.
His broadest exposure continues to be in radio, where he ranks as the third-most popular host (after other conservative voices, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity).
Mr. Beck, however, experienced some setbacks in that medium this week. Both WOR radio in New York and WPHT in Philadelphia are dropping the show as of Jan. 17.
Scott Lakefield, the assistant program director of WOR, said ratings for Mr. Beck had fallen off since his early days on the station. “We noticed a downward trend,” Mr. Lakefield said. “The audience was just going elsewhere.”
Christopher Balfe, the president of Mr. Beck’s company, Mercury Radio Arts, said that the host remained highly popular on radio nationally, with ratings up 35 percent since the start of 2009. He also said the company would seek new stations in New York and Philadelphia.
The appointment of Ms. Morgan to The Blaze (which Mr. Beck named after the biblical story of Moses and the burning bush) raised some eyebrows at The Huffington Post because of her shift to a polar opposite political point of view. But she said in an interview, “I am a very apolitical person. I’m a business person, who is absolutely fascinated by brands.”
The aim of The Blaze, Ms. Morgan said, is to broaden beyond politically based information to cover other topics of interest to Mr. Beck, whom she called “a widely-known conversationalist on a lot of topics.”
She acknowledged that some of his views had been seen as incendiary and had led to some difficulty in selling to national advertisers. But she said, “Glenn has built for himself quite an enormous brand” and the purpose of The Blaze is to “leverage the huge loyalty of that audience.””