Photo Credit: National Review Glenn Beck and his radio co-hosts, Pat Gray and Stu Burguiere, responded to the State of the Union in real time on Tuesday, saying the only way they could tolerate watching the entire speech was by “addressing all the lies” as President Barack Obama spoke them.
There were a few parts of the speech that stuck out to Beck, and he discussed them on his radio program Wednesday. One of the most memorable moments, Beck said, was when the president “just snapped and got all dark and ugly,” just after encouraging the nation to come together.
The president said: “That’s a better politics. That’s how we start rebuilding trust. That’s how we move this country forward. That’s what the American people want. That’s what they deserve. I have no more campaigns to run–”
Then, as people began to applaud, the president went off his prepared remarks and added: “I know, because I won both of them.”
“Right in the middle of him saying, ‘You know what, I just love everybody and we all have to work together,’ he takes a shift,” Beck said. “[And] all he’s doing is just raising money for the campaign. That’s all this guy has done!” (Read more on how Obama snapped HERE)