Former Fox News pundit Glenn Beck said on Friday that he has produced a new music project that will outshine the program "Glee," which he views as slickly produced, "horrible" liberal propaganda. Beck was speaking to the Faith and Freedom Coalition in Washington, DC when he made the remarks, according to Talking Points Memo.
Beck told the crowd that he had starting watching "Glee" a year or so ago with his wife.
“It’s horrifying some of the things that they’re teaching high schoolers," he said, "But it’s brilliantly done. It’s brilliantly done.”
He praised the show's pacing, direction, choreography and cinematography and said that by the end of the broadcast, he was despondent, saying, "We lose. There's no way to beat that."
In the time since then, however, Beck claims to have created a super-project. He calls it his "Oedipus project" because "the left will be making out with me and they'll never see it coming."
Putting aside what that statement might say about Mr. Beck's personal issues, we eagerly await the unveiling of this new project, which is sure to do well, especially given how eagerly and in what great numbers the world embraced the conservative comedy "An American Carol," which cost director David Zucker $20 million to produce and made back but a fraction of that ($7,013,191) in its six weeks in theaters in 2008.
Watch the clip, embedded via YouTube, below: