WWE has officially invited Glenn Beck to appear on its wrestling program after he slammed the "fake" wrestling franchise for one of it’s newest wrestling characters. According to The Blaze on Friday, Feb. 22, 2013, Beck responded to this invitation saying that he’s “currently booked doing anything else.”
Beck’s sarcasm seems to be still intact with his response to the WWE about “doing anything else,” instead of showing up after being beckoned to this Monday night’s “Raw.” Beck has never been one to mince words and it looks like that hasn‘t changed over time.
He got the WWE’s attention after referring to the WWE as “stupid wrestling people” and calling their newest Tea-Party inspired character, Jack Swager, and his manager “racist.” The once outspoken Fox News host slammed the WWE because he believes they’ve made a villain out of the Tea-Party.
Beck made a name for himself with this type of finger pointing during his Fox News days. Politicians, like President Obama, were mostly in his scope while on the Fox network. Today he appears to be targeting wrestlers who provide hours of entertainment to the masses each week, fake or not. Apparently Beck has the talent to find injustice almost anywhere!