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Glenn Beck: 'Two-Bite Club' is government propaganda just like Nazis produced

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On March 1, 2014, Glenn Beck expressed his disgust at a 2009 combination storybook and coloring book produced by the United States Department of Agriculture.

The book is called "The Two-Bite Club", which is free for download in English and Spanish and encourages children to try foods from each food group by eating just two bites.

Glenn Beck was reportedly disgusted by the book because (what else?) it is pretty much the same sort of propaganda that the German government produced under the Nazis.

Beck pulled a copy of an anti-Semitic book published in 1936 called "Trust No Fox on his Green Heath And No Jew on his Oath" from his personal collection and thumbed through it during his morning meeting, saying in a sing-song voice "isn't it great when storybooks about cats and foxes are all put together? Isn't that wonderful?"

"C'mon kids, let's download the latest government propaganda."

Once again, Glenn Beck's connection to the Nazis is incredibly strained. Essentially, he now considers anything that has cartoon animals to be Nazi propaganda.

By those standards, all children's literature is Nazi propaganda. He might as well be telling his listeners that literacy is a Nazi conspiracy.

And why does Glenn Beck have anti-Jewish Nazi literature in his personal collection anyway?



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