Glenn Beck Rally
October 30, 2010 by USA Post
Glenn Beck Rally, Political activism Glenn Beck’s – Project 9 / 12 at its 8 / 28 rally – has made him a leader in the movement tea. Beck has used this status to lead his followers in the Republican Party and strengthen its efforts to get out the vote-for the 2010 elections.
Analysis: Tea Party activists “deeply identify” with Beck. Ananlysis of the democracy movement in July by tea polling firm Democracy Corps found that supporters of the tea party “deeply identify with Glenn Beck.” Theanlysis further stated:
Glenn Beck is the person the highest esteem among the supporters of the People’s Party of tea, we have tested. It marks an exceptionally high rating of 75 percent in hot, very hot 57 per cent.
This affinity for Beck has very clearly in the focus groups. The source of new participants said they could trust was Fox. Glenn Beck, Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity and were cited as people who “do not be afraid to tell it like it is” and support their arguments on facts. Beck was probably the hero of these groups. Participants see as an “educator” (contrary to the popular Rush Limbaugh is an “entertainer”) who teaches the history of people and puts at risk because it exposes the truth. In the words of a woman in Ft. Lauderdale, “I would trust my life in his hands.”
Other comments were equally complimentary: I love how he tries to return to the basics of the Constitution of the United States because I think that is our government loses focus. They are trying to amend the Constitution or somehow turn it …
It provides facts … And it actually shows people say things. It’s not like all his bites. This is not really chopped and edited. And it is scary because every time I watch the show, which is almost every day, my heart feels … and I feel like I wanted to do something.
I fear for him … Because things, “he said. I think he is walking on the big toes.
It really does his research and it really sets you well, a good teacher.
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