So, God Was the Hitman?

Forget about the conspiracy theories that said President Obama had Justice Scalia bumped off.

In reality, it was someone much “higher up.”

Glenn Beck believes that God brought about the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in order to encourage Americans to vote for Ted Cruz.

On Tuesday, the conservative radio host and Cruz supporter assumed the voice of God to explain to listeners how Scalia’s death was a divine wake up call for conservatives.

“I couldn’t help, but wonder, why? Why now? Why did you have to take Antonin now?” Beck’s co-host Pat Gray asked on the broadcast.

Beck, calling into the show from outside a church in Boston, said: “You know, I was listening to you guys, and I just want to say, Pat, I think I have an answer for you on that.”

Beck then took on the voice of the Lord: “I just woke the American people up. I took them out of the game show moment and woke enough of them up to say, ‘Look how close your liberty is to being lost,'” he said.

“The Constitution is hanging by a thread. That thread has just been cut. And the only way that we survive now is if we have a true constitutionalist (as president),” Beck said.

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6 thoughts on “So, God Was the Hitman?

  1. So according to Beck, God killed his own “ally” (at least in Beck’s mind) to use the response to convince people into supporting the candidate he wants?

    You know, usually the conspiracy nuts talking making up false flag operations at least have the decency to be against the alleged manipulator…

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  2. So God bumps off Scalia early enough that Obama still has enough time to offer a nominee and–if the Senate actually does its job–appoint a new Supreme Court justice.
    Sounds like God is trying to tell Beck something but Beck ain’t listening.

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