Glenn Beck exposes real GOP, encourages a third party

 

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10/9/13 – Glenn Beck shared a story with viewers on Wednesday that he’s been keeping close to the vest since before the 2012 election, explaining that he’s been waiting for the right time to say what exactly happened, and what it means for the country. It all began, Beck said, in what he believes was late August when he was getting ready to do a number of events with FreedomWorks.

“It’s about 4:00 in the afternoon and I get a call from the president of FreedomWorks, Matt Kibbe, and I can hear the distress in his voice,” Beck said. “[Kibbe said], ‘Glenn, I’ve just been escorted out of my office by armed guards and told not to come back.'”

Kibbe added that he wasn’t the only one forcefully escorted out, and that they had been hijacked, so to speak, by the “old guard” GOP establishment.

“There was a coup during the election, and it was powerful,” Beck said. “They were trying to get rid of the libertarian, Tea Party-minded power players, and first and foremost on that hit list was Matt Kibbe and his allies. They didn’t like the fact that FreedomWorks was cleaning house in the GOP…that they were targeting people like Orrin Hatch. It didn’t sit well with the Karl Roves of the GOP world…” Beck said that shortly thereafter he got a call from the man inside FreedomWorks who had “ordered the hit,” who explained how the whole situation was “really good” because now he was the face of FreedomWorks and people trust him.

“His face never saw the light of day on my program,” Beck said. “I hung up the phone with him, the next day I called board members of FreedomWorks…and we said we support the libertarian voice, and if you allow this coup to sit, we’re done and we’ll expose it.” “It wasn’t even a week later the board took a vote and decided to reinstate Matt Kibbe as president,” Beck said. “Put in the half of the staff — all the libertarians that had been escorted out — reinstated all of them, and then escorted the leader of this coup and his cronies out the door for good.”

Beck spoke about the ramifications of the “coup” for the 2012 election, and said now is the right time to share the story because “the exact same thing — the same people really — are doing this now in the GOP.”

“Anyone in Congress or the Senate who associates with FreedomWorks, the Senate Conservatives Fund, the Tea Party, anybody, anybody is being targeted by the same class of establishment Republican progressives,” Beck said. “They do not like it when you organize. They do not like it when you choose the candidates that you actually want.”

Beck said it’s the same reason why lawmakers are not truly pursuing the IRS’ targeting of small government groups, because progressives on both sides “want that tool in place…to come after people like you.”

“This has never been about left and right,” Beck said. “This is about freedom, freedom, and tyranny.”

Beck has said multiple times that he has no desire to see a third party, and reminded how the Republican Party began.

“Before the GOP was in existence, it was a two party system — the Democrats and the Whigs,” Beck said, noting that many Whigs and a fair number of Democrats were frustrated that both parties were offering much of the same.

“Charles Sumner was one of the most hated people by the Whigs and the Democrats…so much that he was literally beaten within an inch of his life on the House floor because no one stepped in to stop it,” Beck continued. “Within four years, Sumner wasn’t the most hated anymore — he was the most beloved man in the Republican Party, and the Whigs were extinct. I’m telling you that’s what’s coming if we stand.” Beck said men like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul may be the “Charles Sumner” of today, and he has no doubt that someday soon they will be “the most beloved members of the new Republican Party…”

There is only ONE Pro-Life political party in Texas!

Constitution Party supporters and friends:

In the midst of preparing for the upcoming 2014 elections I want to remind all members and friends we are the only 100% pro-life party, without apology, without compromise and without exception.  I believe God will honor our efforts in this regard.

Our party platform lists the Sanctity of Life at the very top — out of alphabetical order for a reason – because of its importance.

Pachael's Memorial Park, WacoJanuary 22, 1973 is a day that will live in infamy.  Now, some 41 years from that fateful decision over 50 million innocent babies have not experienced Life God intended.

In view of the Roe anniversary this week, I thought it would be fitting and proper to post a reminder of the most important plank in our platform. Life.  Without Life, there is no Liberty.

As some of you may know, Norma McCorvey became pro-life in 1995 after one of our longtime party supporters, Flip Benham, led Norma to the Lord.  Norma wrote a book about her conversion Won by Love. An excellent book.

The 5 minute video below will undoubtedly inspire all those who are pro-life and perhaps change minds of others.

The Meaning of Life – God Knew Your Name

Rusty Thomas, a tireless pro-life leader from Waco and one of our longtime supporters, will once again, be one of our speakers at our April 12 State Convention in Haltom City.  Rusty Thomas’ website.

For restoration of the republic and the cause of Life.

Bob Eoff, Texas Chairman

Impeachment

Darrell Castle talks about the process of impeachment and how it might be applied to President Obama.

We have candidates!

Constitution Party members and friends:

YES, WE HAVE SOME QUALITY CANDIDATES FOR 2014.

So get ready to hold or attend precinct conventions and county convention meetings and help collect signatures on petitions beginning March 12 to get us on the ballot.

Michael BishopMarine Corps veteran Michael Bishop has filed his candidacy for governor of Texas under banner of the Constitution Party.  Bishop, 65, is a resident of Nacogdoches County and a retired chemist.  He is married and has four children.  “My goal is to return the State of Texas to the principles on which it was founded, restoring sound economic principles and individual liberty to her citizens.” See TV coverage at: http://www.ktre.com/story/24197434/pipeline-opponent-files-for-texas-governor

Gregg WoodcockGregg Woodcock, 45, from Sachse, Dallas County, filed for Texas State Representative District 112.  Gregg is a computer programmer.  He and his wife home school three children and are active in church and various community activities.

Mark your Calendars:

  • March 11 – Precinct conventions
  • March 12 – Ballot Access drive begins – 10 weeks
  • March 15 – County Conventions
  • April 12 – State Convention

I plan to email detailed information which explains how to conduct conventions.  If you have never attended a precinct or county convention meeting, don’t be intimidated.  They are very simple to conduct.

In the meantime, point friends to www.cptexas.us and our Facebook page.

Polls indicate most folks and even prominent talk radio hosts are fed up the two party duopoly.

Our State Convention will be on April 12 in Haltom City, a suburb of Fort Worth.  We are looking for Patrons to donate $250 and Sponsors to donate $100 to help cover costs and keep admission and food prices low.

If you have not paid dues lately, please do so.  Dues have always been voluntary and much appreciated.  We have expenses like any organization and need to do old fashion mailing which has not been done for some time.

For restoration of the republic,

Bob Eoff,
Texas Chairman