The Los Angeles Times reported that Glenn Beck's popularity has not suffered although many of his sponsors have joined a boycott of his show.
Beck attracted 2.81 million viewers Monday, his third-largest audience since his show launched on Fox News in January, according to Nielsen Media Research data provided by the network. On Tuesday, nearly 2.7 million viewers tuned in, his fifth-largest viewership to date. Beck posted his second-highest viewership ever Wednesday, attracting more than 3 million viewers for the hour.
I must admit, in this video, I find him very convincing. Suddenly, it doesn't seem so unbelievable that intelligent people who are not fanatics watch his show. Tammy said as much in a recent comment on another thread.
YES - thinking, intelligent people DO watch and believe him. I am one of them. I have a college degree, have worked in the public, private and non-profit workplace. I have a very high IQ, I own guns, and I'm a woman.
What's your opinion? Tammy said she believes Glenn Beck is sincere when he cries on camera. Do you believe that? I suppose that's exactly where people diverge. If you buy his crying act, the rest is easy to take, all the rousing patriotic talk, all the eloquent disparaging of the Obama administration. But, if you think he's faking when he cries, if you notice that at times there are no tears to go with the choked voice, then you might tend to take the rest with a grain of salt.
What do you think?