Glenn Beck Revisits the Ample Evidence Against FCC Diversity Czar Mark Lloyd

Fox News Channel and radio talk show host Glenn Beck has quickly risen to be one the most prominent targets of the Left.  Radio Talk King Rush Limbaugh is Liberal Enemy #1; there's a strong case to be made that Beck is now running second.

One of the myriad feeble way's the Left attempts to deal with Beck - or any conservative - is to dismiss him or her as a liar, without any facts to back up said claim and often in the face of overwhelming evidence provided by the conservative in question.

Beck is spending this week on his FNC show revisiting the copious reams of evidence he compiled over the course of the last year - as he laid waste to one liberal nostrum and public official (Czar, if you will) after another. 

And who did Beck choose to have bat lead off in his "Let's Hammer Home the Truth" week?

Why, FCC Chief Diversity Officer Mark Lloyd, whom we introduced to the world in writing - and on the Glenn Beck program.

This is an extensive segment, where he goes deep into all the video, audio and written proof that exists on "Diversity Czar" Lloyd - his pathetic denials notwithstanding.  Here we again have video of Lloyd's expressing his enamor with Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez's "incredible...democratic revolution."  His on tape assertion that "white people" should be forced to "step down" "so someone else can have power."  His derogatory First Amendment pontifications - culled from his 2006 book - including that he feels its import is "too often exaggerated."

And on, and on and on.  Again, Beck has enough evidence to back his Lloyd play to fill a more than six-minute television segment.  His detractors lack six seconds worth with which to counter.

But, as always, liberals never let facts get in the way of a good beating.

Seton Motley
Seton Motley
Founder and president of Less Government.