Last Updated on November 2, 2023
Glenn Beck bizarrely begged the State of Israel and its Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, for Israeli citizenship, telling his viewers that he longs for the “privilege to stand with the Jew” and speculating that, despite his American citizenship and self-proclaimed Christian faith, serving Israel may be the reason that he was born.
“I don’t know why I was born, but there is something about the State of Israel that connects deeply to me,” Glenn Beck said on BlazeTV’s Glenn Beck Program, before reading out a letter to his audience declaring his loyalty to Israel and his deep desire to obtain dual citizenship directly from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
“To have the privilege to stand with the Jew is a tremendous honor, spiritually. So I want to read a letter that I wrote that I am sending to the State of Israel,” Beck said.
“To Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the honorable officials at the State of Israel,” he read.
“In this moment, I have chosen to ask you for citizenship in the State of Israel. I have nothing to offer but my voice of support and some might say that my support might be more valuable as an independent voice. Perhaps they’re correct. But my request for citizenship is not about words, it is about deeds.”
“Why, one might wonder, would I want to embrace a heritage and identity that is so ruthlessly hunted down again and again? Yet it is precisely during such moments that we must choose to stand.”
“I anticipate no privileges or exemption from the State of Israel,” Beck went on. “I instead yearn to align myself with those willing to rise, to fight, and sacrifice for the fundamental right to live. Is this not what both Israel and America embody?”
“In closing, my desire for dual citizenship does not stem from any expectation of gain but from a deep-rooted belief in standing with what is right and true. Ten years ago I took my children to Israel for the first time, but we first visited Auschwitz in Poland. I told them, ‘you cannot understand Israel without the Bible or Auschwitz’.”
“May Israel remain an eternal flame of hope, a beacon of resilience, and a testament to the enduring human spirit,” Beck concluded.
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Wow. This is truly disgusting. https://t.co/j1Fh3U9TUM
— Stew Peters (@realstewpeters) November 2, 2023