07 Apr '11, 4pm

Glenn Beck's best environmental moments

Glenn Beck's best environmental moments

In 2009, Beck had really come into his own. He was delivering great monologues with giant images of Earth behind him while speaking in hyperbolic tones with awesome theme music. It was conservative television gold; the same type of gold that G. Gordon Liddy slings during commercial breaks on Beck’s program . So when Beck decided to take on Al Gore with an “Inconvenient Segment,” as he called it, he brought on Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) to talk about the “bunk” behind climate science. Towards the end of the segment, Beck decides to contribute to pollution more by exhaling loudly. It all comes down to science on Beck’s show. There’s no denying that.

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/politics/blogs/glenn-bec...

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