Texas is about to get even more awesome after Glenn Beck’s announcement that he has big plans for a huge movie studio he bought there back in 2013. The facility has already been the site where major productions were shot, such as “Robocop”, “JFK”, “Silkwood”, “Prison Break” and “Walker, Texas Ranger”.
While the vast majority of the film industry operates out of Los Angeles, opening a business in California is an ever dismal proposition with the state’s economy these days. And who needs liberal Hollywood anyways?!
In a statement that may come as a surprise to many conservatives who follow the talk show host, Beck told the Hollywood Reporter:
“I bought a movie studio for a reason. Everybody thinks they know who I am because of my stint on Fox — that was two years of my life. I’m much more into culture than I am into politics, and that’s where I intend on making my stand. We’re beginning to agree that Republicans and Democrats suck — they’ve built this machine to grind people into the ground. I hate this stuff. I hate politics. I hate politicians and I feel like I’m wasting my life. Don’t we all know what’s happening? George W. Bush was taking us down a road, and Barack Obama is taking us down that same road. What difference does it make? I don’t want to waste my life anymore.”
A shocking statement coming from the man who has built a career as an outspoken champion of conservative values.
While many patriots may be disheartened by Beck’s move to steer himself out of the political arena, it is understandable. The current state of affairs is tiring, to say the least. He will certainly be missed if he ever does completely throw in the towel on his political endeavors, though. Losing a strong journalistic voice of truth like Beck’s will not go unnoticed.
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That having been said, we would much rather see a conservative contributing to the film world than another radical liberal. At least Beck will be putting out some solid movies without pushing a liberal agenda.
What do you think of Glenn Beck’s latest announcement? Will you be standing in line at the box office to see his films? Let us know in the comments section!
H/T: The Blaze