Glenn Beck didn’t cry during his last show on Fox News, not even one little vicks vapo rub induced tear, instead the self proclaimed libertarian patted himself on the back for a job well done, provided a list of things he taught his audience over the last 30 months and used old faithful, also known as his blackboard.
Beck then announced to those few fans who didn’t already know that he was heading to internet and charging $10 per month to hear him rant and rave for two hours each weekend, while joking (I think):
“You will pray for the time I was only on the air for one hour a day.”
While Beck lost various advertisers over the last year and saw ratings plummet for his one time TV darling of a talk show he claims he wasn’t running away from TV:
“I didn’t run away from something, I ran to something. I knew exactly where I was supposed to be.”
He went on to add:
“I’m the only host who is supposedly the most dangerous person in America because of my influence and the least influential person in America because my ratings are supposedly declining,”
That wasn’t a “supposed” drop, they actually fell and he knows it. Either way Beck will not longer be seen during weekday airtime on your television but you can find him prowling around the internet.