In yesterday's episode of FOX's Glenn Beck show, he began his usual anti-union tirade only to get stopped and corrected by union members in his studio audience.
In the video below, you'll hear Beck attempt to change his stance to appease members of a teachers' unions:
Beck only caught himself in a trap, though. He's always been openly against organized labor, as he clearly stated on the Feb. 24, 2011 episode of his show. He's made complaints about union members for years, as found in transcripts of his radio show. He's also referred to labor unions as "communist" and "socialist." And just a few weeks ago, he said a union organizer was "worse than Osama bin Laden."
What makes Beck's two-faced, flip-flop hypocrisy even worse, though, is that he himself is represented by a union. That's right - the lying, anti-union, "I'll change my story mid-way through to keep this audience quiet" Beck is represented by the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, which is under the AFL-CIO.