Skip to main content
  1. News
  2. Politics
  3. Nonpartisan

Glenn Beck: Resignation of W.H. pastry chef proves Michelle Obama is "nuts"

See also

On March 19, 2014, Glenn Beck proved once again that there is literally nothing he cannot twist and distort into an extreme bout of partisan stupidity.

This time, Beck devoted the entirety of his opening segment to the resignation of Bill Yosses, the White House's executive pastry chef.

According to the New York Times, Yosses is "headed to New York with an aim to teach children and adults about eating better."

Yosses was reportedly heavily inspired by the White House garden, and Michelle Obama, to change his eating habits. "She has done it with humor and good will, without preaching, just the way you would hope the 'Mom in chief' would do," said Yosses.

Yosses concluded, presumably in jest, by stating that he doesn't "want to demonize cream, butter, sugar and eggs" as he begins his new career.

Beck, on the other hand, cannot live unless he's lashed out at a Democrat within the last hour and declared this final quote to be "one of the most extraordinary statements I have ever read" because Yosses is essentially sticking his "finger in the eye of the President of the United States" by announcing to the world that Michele Obama is "nuts."

Unsurprisingly, Beck has already been debunked by his own website.



  • Baseball Hall of Fame
    The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown welcomes six new inductees
  • 2012 do-over
    If we were to re-do the 2012 election, a new poll suggests Romney would win
  • Boko Haram
    Boko Haram kidnaps the wife of the vice prime minister of Cameroon
    World News
  • Ceasefire breaks
    Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu claims Hamas broke another brief ceasefire
  • Close call with CME
    Scientists tell how Earth survived a giant solar flare back in 2012
  • Comic-Con
    What's going on at Comic-Con? Get all the latest updates here