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Independent Sentinel by S. Noble

On his show Wednesday, Glenn Beck said the country needs to “atone” for its divisive racial past, not for slavery, for a lousy reconstruction period.

“I know a lot of people disagree with this — they’re still yelling about slavery — I’m sorry, dude, 600,000 people, most of them white, lost their lives,” Beck said. “The country was washed in blood and Abraham Lincoln was willing to lose it all … against slavery.”

Beck said the country atoned for slavery then, but “picked it right back up” in reconstruction.

“We just changed from slavery to something else, … but there was no atonement there,” he said[…]



I believe it was last week that Glenn Beck announced that he was about to take TheBlazeTV in another direction and at that moment that I was thankful for having the good sense to cancel my subscription.

Listening to Beck is reminiscent of the middle-aged white woman who walked up to me in the frozen food section of the supermarket the day after Barack Obama won the 2008 presidential election.

Wearing an SEIU sweatshirt, she danced up to me with a big smile on her face, briefly put her arms around my shoulders and said, “We finally overcame. I voted for him, too.” Wink, wink after which Miss Moonbat danced away down the aisle.

This woman must have read the look on my face because when I next saw her 15 minutes later at the cashier, she quickly moved two cashiers down to the left away from me.

I cringe every time someone goes off on this white privilege, white guilt, slavery, reparations tangent and now here is Glenn Beck going off on America needs to atone?,

It is a major part of the Progressive agenda not to allow America to move on from the slavery although it is Progressives who has enslaved not just Blacks but a nation with their failed social engineering policies.

It is the job of the grievance industry to keep the insanity alive.

Beck who should know better has obviously bought into the white guilt, white privilege, reparations, America should atone propaganda.

It is either that or Mr. Moonbat is tripping on his own sauce.