Watch Glenn Beck's Measured Reaction To Obama's Victory, Then Go Buy Farmland and Guns
The video above comes to us courtesy of Right Wing Watch, which watches Glenn Beck so you don't have to. In it, you'll see Beck, holding back tears, advising his listeners on what they should do now that Obama has been reelected.
We've posted a transcript of the clip after the jump, but we suggest you watch. It's a gem. See also: Now You Can Wear Glenn Beck's Pants
We don't have the luxury of time I've been telling you for a while and I've even told my own staff. If the president wins, I don't know how we survive. I don't know how we survive the regulation that is coming to my industry. I don't know how we're going to survive the pressure and the tactics, because they have more flexibility now, and they remember their enemies. I don't know how we're going to survive because I won't compromise. I won't make a deal with the devil.
I want you to understand this: Inflation is coming. The fiscal cliff is coming. The dollar fell last night. Your taxes are going up. Your healthcare costs are going up. Your religion is going to come under attack. Gas, coal, and energy is going to become more expensive.
Remember that list we put out a few months ago of "Do these things?" I will tell you, last week we purchased some more farmland as a family, and may I recommend that, if you have the chance to buy farmland, you buy farmland. If you live in the East, may I recommend get the hell out of the East. Find a place where you are surrounded by like-minded people, and the best way to find those people is you should probably look at the maps of how counties voted, and get away as far as you can from where huge densities of people are like "I just need FEMA to help me!"
And gets your kids away from those schools that are indoctrinating them that socialism is okay. May I highly suggest (Beck pauses here, apparently overcome by emotion) you get grandfathered in with the second amendment today. And don't forget the ammunition.
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