Glenn Beck's biggest nightmare has come true.
The former Fox News host blasted MSNBC on his radio show yesterday, taking the network to task for a promo that features Melissa Harris-Perry telling viewers that "kids belong to whole communities," not just their parents.
Watch the ad in question now:
"It's almost a parody of reality," Beck said of the spot. "It is so far beyond what we have ever thought as a nation, it's remarkable."
Beck didn't stop there, of course. He connected the clip with far larger issues plaguing society, things he has "warned" folks about for years.
"I think that there's a good 20 to 30% of America, maybe even higher now... [that] will gladly have the State take that over so they don't have to worry about it," he ranted.
"Yet another one of your responsibilities taken from you - I'm sorry. Another one of your responsibilities that you will gladly hand over because you don't know what to do. And so they will do it for you: Don't worry! We'll raise your kids. We'll train your kids. We'll educate your kids because it's working out so well."
We sense some sarcasm from the pundit at the end there.
Overall, Beck sees this ad and all is represents as "the fulfillment of so many things that we have said on this program."
And don't even get him started on Glee!
Did you watch the MSNBC promo? Whose side are you on in this feud?