Promoting newest conspiracy theory, Beck claims Drudge-hyped school kids video is "indoctrination," ties to Van Jones, NEA, Tides
From the September 24 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Glenn Beck Program:
Beck weaves the Drudge-hyped video of school children into the tapestry of his conspiracy theories:
BECK: This is indoctrination. This should horrify the American people. And you can separate yourself from it all you want, you can say "Well that is not the Democrats that are doing it, that's not Barack Obama." You know what let me tell you something, how many, how many, how many not just signs of smoke, how many fires must we have before we have to say OK wait a minute. Look if there was nobody in Barack Obama's administration that was into indoctrination, if, if, if Valerie Jarrett was not involved in the NEA indoctrination, in the propaganda, if we didn't have Van Jones in the administration, if we didn't have Tides putting out what we showed you earlier this week that is anti-capitalist, if we didn't have all of these things that are not smoke, they're fire, I'd agree with you. This is a just a crazy teacher, this is a crazy teacher. We've dismissed the people that, you know, are making those kids, you know, march in the military fatigues going "For Barack Obama I--" OK alright, don't know, we don't know who these people are. But haven't we seen enough yet to say "Wo, wait a minute. I may have voted for the guy, but this is not what I had in mind."