Recently, the McClatchy-owned The News Tribune of Tacoma, Wash. and the left-leaning Salon.com ran stories questioning whether or not Glenn Beck’s mother, Mary Beck committed suicide. It was later propagated by the left-wing storefronts.
Beck is tired of “Yellow Journalism” as the media probes his mothers death but ignores government corruption
And, on Fox News Channel’s Oct. 5 “Glenn Beck” program, Beck addressed that and some of the gripes he had about the media for not doing their job.
“I tell you all the time, I’m not a journalist,” Beck said “I’m not. I joked that I’m a rodeo clown, but you know what – I take that back. I no longer am a rodeo clown. I am a dad, and quite frankly, I’m a little pissed off right now. You can call me names. You can make fun of me, whatever. I’m doing what I believe is right. I am doing a job as a private citizen right now.”
Beck pleaded with a couple mainstream media outlets to do more hard hitting journalism when it comes to corruption.
“I would love to have The New York Times, The Washington Post, a duo like Woodward and Bernstein, even if they would just go for the Pulitzer, even if they didn’t believe it, just go for the Pulitzer will you?” Beck said. “I would love for them to look into these things, but quite frankly, I didn’t have to.”
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