Glenn Beck Parodied As The Patient Zero Of 'Obama Derangement Syndrome'

05/15/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

One of the areas of concern cited by Media Matters in their letter to Chris Wallace is Glenn Beck, who the organization criticizes for "engag[ing] in increasingly outrageous, demagogic, and conspiratorial rhetoric." Driving that point home for Media Matters is their hilarious mashup video which neatly summarizes Beck's "news" show -- a cable news venue in which the government is "full of vampires" who are enslaving children as a part of a one-world government scheme and where production assistants have gasoline poured on them. It's all really part of a comedy act that Glenn Beck calls "poor man's Seinfeld" and which the rest of the world refers to as "John Birch Society pamphlets shrieked aloud by a bipolar jackass."


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