On his February 22 radio show, Beck compared Reform Judaism to “radical Islam,” saying that both were more about ‘politics’ – changing what is outside of oneself – rather than about ‘religion’ – changing what is inside of oneself. Beck began his Thursday radio show by saying, “I made a mistake on Tuesday and I want to make sure you understand I was wrong on it and I apologize on it.” Referring to the comments, Beck said “someone called me ‘ignorant’ for it and it’s a good description of what I said. I started comparing Judaism to Islamic extremism and it was stupid.” He added that he “didn’t do enough homework” on the topic.
And this is in contrast to all of the rest of the nonsense that Glenn Beck continually spews on radio and television exactly how? He did his “homework” on the Tides Foundation? On Frances Fox Piven? On Socialism? On Google? On Barack Obama? The list goes on and on … When do you suspect Beck plans to apologize for all of the other incorrect information and the conspiracy theories that he routinely puts out there?
I have a feeling he won’t ever apologize for most of the stuff.  Of course, I don’t really think he apologized this time.  Half of an apology is not a true apology.  It’s just an attempt to save face.

Glenn Beck apologizes for comparing Reform Judaism to Islamic extremism

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Janet Morris

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