TIME Magazine released its candidates for 2010 Person of the Year, and included in the list of 25 nominees is Fox News' Glenn Beck.
This week Beck launched a falsehood-ridden smear campaign against George Soros and made comments about Soros's experience during the Holocaust that the leader of the Anti-Defamation League called "totally off limits and over the top."
From TIME's 2010 Person of the Year candidate page:
Pundit, proselytizer and paranoid, Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck isn't just the king of cable's 5 p.m. hour anymore. The year 2010 saw Beck pen a politically tinged airport thriller, launch his own online university (featuring such courses as "Presidents You Should Hate"), draw tens of thousands of Tea Party faithful to D.C. for his "Rally to Restore Honor" and help motivate a devoted cadre of Obama haters to return control of the House to the Republicans. At a time when the political echo chamber is more cacophonous than ever, the weeping wild man is cutting through the din and amassing a media empire that takes in tens of millions of dollars each year.