“I did and said terrible things,” Glenn Beck now says. “I did my thinking out loud, and it’s one of my worst aspects. But I haven’t changed my principles. I’ve changed the way I phrase things — for example, I’m trying to ban the word ’evil’ from my lexicon. I didn’t notice how my language could be interpreted by half the country as racist. I lacked humility. I was the height of arrogance.”
“I did and said terrible things,” Glenn Beck now says. “I did my thinking out loud, and it’s one of my worst aspects. But I haven’t changed my principles. I’ve changed the way I phrase things — for example, I’m trying to ban the word ’evil’ from my lexicon. I didn’t notice how my language could be interpreted by half the country as racist. I lacked humility. I was the height of arrogance.” File photo by David T. Foster III Tribune News Service
“I did and said terrible things,” Glenn Beck now says. “I did my thinking out loud, and it’s one of my worst aspects. But I haven’t changed my principles. I’ve changed the way I phrase things — for example, I’m trying to ban the word ’evil’ from my lexicon. I didn’t notice how my language could be interpreted by half the country as racist. I lacked humility. I was the height of arrogance.” File photo by David T. Foster III Tribune News Service

Glenn Beck wants to heal the America he divided — one hug at a time

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