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Glenn Beck worries hoaxers, pro-lifers will wind up in internment camps

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On February 5th, 2014, Glenn Beck informed his listeners, based on a recent statement by fellow fringe lunatic Antonin Scalia, that it was entirely possible that the Supreme Court would allow the government to set up internment camps for those perceived to be enemies of the nation.

Naturally, the people Beck most expects to be labeled "enemies of the nation" are conservatives, especially abortion rights opponents and global warming hoaxers.

"It was a group of people who said 'we know we're right,'" said Beck. "Global warming; sound familiar? We know we're right and if you're standing in the way, you're standing in the way of Manifest Destiny. Sound familiar; Obamacare? We know we right and if you don't, you're standing in the way of progress. Sound familiar? Sound like abortion advocates? We know we right and if you don't agree with us, there's no place for you in this state. That's why Scalia is saying it's going to happen again."

Back in that thing Beck so greatly detests called reality, the only thing that sounds familiar is his constant insistence that government tyranny is right around the corner.

This is not even the first time Beck has made such a connection to global warming. Beck notoriously compared Al Gore and global warming to Adolf Hitler and the Jews (and then immediately denied it).

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