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Glenn Beck Leaving FOX News is Not a Victory for Media Matters

Today's shocking announcement that Glenn Beck is leaving FOX News will reveal that it doesn't matter who's on FOX News, as long as there's a FOX News.  Media Matters for America, the extreme liberal organization that intentionally distorts everything said by conservatives, has been boycotting Beck from day one.  In fact, they even have a Drop Fox campaign, where they threatened advertisers that they'd face a boycott if they didn't drop ads during Beck's show.  The group of adult bed wetters will claim this as an enormous victory, but it's really not - their job isn't over until there is no FOX News.

Glenn Beck was a ratings behemoth.  He was the main reason that the undocumented President Obama's White House boycotted FOX News.  Never had anyone with such a reach expose the extreme socialists in the Obama administration and unravel how the organized Left operates.  And that pissed them off.  America can thank Beck for the Communist and 9/11 truther Van Jones' resignation as the 'Green Jobs" czar.

The announcement was made today on Beck's website, who claimed his television show was temporary from day one.

"This is something that, something that I have been thinking about for a very long time.  When FOX was generous enough to ofer me the time at 5pm, I originally didn't take them up on it.  I turned them down.  One reason - I didn't want to do this.  I hated doing it at the other place.  This place is sweet in comparison.  But I also knew - believe it or not, anybody who knows me in my real life, as the wee little Erin will tell you, too - I avoid on confrontation like nobody's business.  That's why I'm forced, but also I don't like it.  I don't like conflict, but sometimes you have to stand."

Media Matters, again, an irrelevant group of pathetic adults who transcribe FOX News all day - yes, their parents are proud! - bent over backwards to get Glenn Beck fired.  They threatened advertisers to pull their ads from the show or face the wrath of extreme liberals that blog in their underwear all day long.  For the degenerate liberals that call this capitalism, it's the exact opposite.  It's extortion, plain and simple.  Most of all, Media Matters was not effective and it only made Beck stronger and is fans rallied around him even more.  It also showed how liberals view free speech:  speech is only free if you agree with the liberal agenda.  If not, you're to be silenced, just like in totalitarian regimes.

FOX News Chairman Roger Ailes had this to say about the liberals that urged boycotts of FOX advertisers:

"Advertisers who get weak-kneed because some idiot on a blog site writes to them and says we need to stifle speech, I get a little frustrated by that."

Here's a message from the chief bed wetter at the George Soros-funded Media Matters:

"Glenn Beck's departure from daily FOX News programming is a win for all of those who have fought to improve the quality and civility of our public discourse.  Try as he might to spin the situation, Beck will no longer have a daily television platform with which to poison the minds of his audience with violent, hateful rhetoric and fringe conspiracy theories."

Media Matters didn't win the battle; they won't win the war.  Their intent is to silence any and all opposition to their extreme liberal agenda by fear mongering - something they claim Beck did each and everyday on his show.  Just watch.  Whoever takes over Beck's 5pm spot, they're going to face the same flame-throwing from the most incompetent, irrelevant and demented group individuals who claim to be a force in politics.

Glenn Beck was hated because he touched subjects that nobody else would dare go near and it exposed the most radical White House in American history.  Liberals had never faced an individual that systemically connected their dots and they needed to silence him.

For tonight and tonight only, all employees at Media Matters will be able to experience a wet dream.  Too bad for them it's premature.

Justin Credible is a contributing editor for Habledash.

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