Glenn Beck ran into an Occupy Wall Street march while out with his daughter in New York on Friday night.
Beck -- who always seems to run into trouble when he hits Midtown -- said that he was having a father-daughter day with his youngest child on Friday when they met the Pete Seeger-led march that was making its way from the Upper West Side to Columbus Circle. Beck, of course, is no fan of the movement.
He sarcastically said that it was "so exciting" to see the crowd, and that "they must have felt so warm and cozy in their liberal beds" on the Upper West Side, despite what he called the "radicals, revolutionaries and communists" who were occupying Columbus Circle. "I hope they didn't get a bad night's sleep," he concluded.
It seems Beck has yet another reason to leave New York now.