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Glenn Beck says Mark Levin, Sean Hannity have wrapped feud: Liberals, ‘look out’
Question of the Day
It’s the end of an era and the beginning of another for conservative talk radio. Glenn Beck announced on his most recent show that the long-running feud between fellow famed conservative icons Sean Hannity and Mark Levin has finally come to an end — and now the three are planning on taking on the progressive world with a more partnered approach to messaging.
“Together — I mean, I hate to go to a Saturday morning cartoon, but ‘Wonder Twin powers, activate.’ And when we do, look out. Look out progressives and look out, the GOP,” Mr. Beck said on his Thursday radio show, reported by Politico.
All that’s needed now, he said, was the “king of the universe” Rush Limbaugh to jump in the ring with them and make it a foursome against liberal policy.
Mr. Beck declined to give details about the feud between Mr. Levin and Mr. Hannity, except to say the two decided that the “lies” they were being fed about each other were really diminishing their abilities to influence the nation.
“These is a stupid feud and the three of us, Sean and Mark and I, have talked about it and we know where it came from and we know who was feeding us lies about each other,” Mr. Beck said, Politico reported. “And this individual just expected that we would — that if they fed us enough lies about each other, we would never talk to each other, and that way he would be able to divide us and keep the tea party movement at bay and control it as much as he could or destroy it. And we were foolish, and all of us have said to each other … ‘Man, how stupid were we? How did we not see that on?’ “
Mr. Beck didn’t name the individual believed responsible for the feud.
But he said the buried hatchet would lead to a more unified conservative message.
“If talk radio begins to move together and we all understand … everybody plays a different role and each of us have an important piece,” he said, reading from a note he wrote to Mr. Levin, during his radio show.
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Cheryl Chumley is a continuous news writer for The Washington Times. Previously, she was part of the start-up team for The Washington Times’ digital aggregation product, Times247. She’s also a 2008-2009 Robert Novak journalism fellow with The Phillips Foundation. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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