Three Powerful Conservatives Form Coalition And Take On The Left

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What could be better than one powerhouse conservative going after the establishment in Washington? How about 3 of them working together, and that’s exactly what’s about to happen with the new coalition that’s being formed between Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin. A move that’s certain to get some attention across the nation and on the hill.

For awhile we heard about the three of them fighting amongst themselves in a childish rivalry that Beck called “stupid”, they have recently talked through their differences and decided that they’ll “move together,” according to Beck.

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In his radio show Beck thanked his audience and told them he was grateful, he then went on to say  “There was a stupid feud, and the three of us, Sean, and Mark and I, have talked about it.” He explained how the three of them were being fed lies by someone in order to keep them divided and to keep the Tea Party at bay, saying “We were foolish.”

In a letter he wrote to Hannity and Levin that he read to his audience, he explains how each of them have a unique skill set that makes their joining forces necessary in order to help bring the country together and focus on real solutions. He said that “If talk radio begins to move together and we all understand: I don’t do what Sean Hannity does, and he can’t do what I can do. Same with Mark. I mean that… Everybody plays a different role. And each of us have an important piece.”

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Beck feels his job is to have a cultural influence, which is evident if you’ve ever watched his show or listened to his radio program, while Hannity brings common sense to the table. He said Levin is excellent at taking complex political issues and breaking them down for the average person to understand.

“Something big is happening. Something good is really happening,” Beck said as he wrapped up the segment, “Well, I mean, unless you’re a progressive then I don’t think you’re going to like this. It’s not good news for you.”

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