A Glimpse At The Real Cliven Bundy Amidst Racist Remarks

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April 24, 2014 2:10pm PST

By now, you’ve probably heard about the racist remarks said by Bundy yesterday during an interview with the New York Times in which he explained that blacks were better off as slaves. Since that time, Glenn Beck has come forward with even more information regarding the angelically portrayed patriot.

Explaining that the matter at hand is rather sticky, Beck notes, “It is hard, because we believe the government is out of control.” He goes on to say, “We believe the government is growing as an oppressor. We believe the west should have their land. We believe that the EPA and the BLM is putting their boot on the necks of of farmers and ranchers. … But you have to know who you’re standing with.”

(See also: Cliven Bundy On “The Negro”: They’re Better Off As Slaves)

Being that the racist remarks of Bundy have come forward exposing an otherwise concealed mindset of the man entangled in battle with the government, Beck urges the public to consider who they are backing. Not saying that the government is right in this instance, in any way, shape of form, perhaps those with common sense should form a third, “side” and back honest and kindhearted Americans against an oppressive government instead.

Sharing that Bundy has recently disqualified himself from that of a respectable American, Beck mentions that, “you do not want a seemingly volatile racist as your messenger.”

Bundy – who has recently insisted that the paper took his words out of context and demanded a recant – recently addressed the New York Times by saying:

“They abort their young children, they put their young men in jail, because they never learned how to pick cotton. And I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things, or are they better off under government subsidy? They didn’t get no more freedom. They got less freedom.”

After hearing such words seep from the mouth that Americans were so eager to back without knowing, Beck explained, “If he really thinks … that slaves had a family life, just that shows you how unhinged from reality this guy is! You’ve got to distance yourself. You must know who you are standing next to at all times.”

Attempting to expose Bundy for the man he strives so hard to keep concealed even further, Beck offered his own little nugget of insight as well. According to the alternate media personality, “Immediately after speaking to Cliven, I had Billy Hallowell call him; he’s our faith editor. One of the nicest guys out there.”

(See also: Nevada Rancher Responds To Allegations Of Racism)

Apparently Bundy was so rude to the man, that he was literally unable to conduct the interview on account of Bundy’s behavior. Beck then shares, “He [Hallowell] writes to me and says, ‘Glenn, I’ve never been treated so poorly. The guy ripped me apart. And he said, ‘If Glenn Beck wants to talk to me about faith, he can call me himself.’”

So what do you guys think – is this an attempt to kick a man while he’s down or do American’s truly not know the person they seem so adamant on defending? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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