A new site with a provocative name would like to reassure you that there is no evidence that Glen Beck raped and murdered a young girl in 1990. But they find it curious that Mr. Beck hasn't denied the allegation.
According to the site:
We assume Glenn Beck did not rape and murder a young girl in 1990, although we haven't yet seen proof that he didn't. But we think Glenn Beck definitely uses tactics like this to spread lies and misinformation.So why is this funny? It wouldn't be funny at all if Mr. Beck and his ilk weren't in the business or manufacturing controversy out of bullshit. Take, for example, the Fox News tactic of injecting uncredited innuendo into their "reporting" by using the "some people say" technique.
Just because some jackass disagrees with established facts doesn't meant there's a controversy. There is no controversy about where Barack Obama was born. Similarly, there's no controversy about whether or not the Earth was created over the course of seven days. Just because there is disagreement doesn't mean there's a controversy. WTF? These days, I think if President Obama went on record saying that water is wet, Republicans in Congress would jump up to disagree.
So, to be clear, there is no evidence that Glen Beck raped and murdered a young girl in 1990. But the evidence is incontrovertible that he is a prissy weirdo.