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Glenn Beck: Romeike case orchestrated to outlaw homeschooling in America

On March 4th, 2014, Glenn Beck took issue with the case of the Romeike family, German immigrants who were denied an asylum bid on the grounds that homeschooling was not a sufficient cause for such.

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Beck, just like Todd Starnes and Michael Farris, would much prefer it if the Obama administration were responsible for their rejection instead of court judges appointed by men he used to be a cheerleader for.

Beck went even further, in fact, and insisted, not only that the Obama administration called for their rejection, but that they had orchestrated the case altogether from the start in order to set a precedent so that homeschooling can be outlawed in the United States.

"This has Cass Sunstein's finger prints all over it," Beck said, attributing the entire thing to his favorite scapegoat behind George Soros, Saul Alinsky and Adolf Hitler.

"Please, dear God," said Beck, "do not make me right on this one. Please don't let me be right on this one. But everything in me tells me that's what this story is about: making sure they shut down homeschooling."

"Can we stop being right, now?" Beck pleaded. "Please. I don't want to be right anymore because we've now passed all of the easy things and nobody is waking up. We've passed all of the easy things and the only things that are left are the spooky ones."

Which begs the question: When did Glenn Beck ever start being right? Beck is so notoriously truth-impaired that even his own website frequently discredits him.

UPDATE: Hey, guess what, Glenn Beck was wrong, as his own website once again reported.