Glenn Beck has sure said some stupid crap in his lifetime, but the tortured logic he employs here easily makes this one a Top 5 contender.
"This seems to be a movie that extols some of the conservative viewpoints that we are dealing with terrorists, that you can trust people to make the right decision, that sometimes you have to do things that you don't want to do, and you have to cross lines that you don't want to cross, if you're going to save - if you're going to save your city, in this case it's Gotham.
"But Batman goes into another country and with a C130, snatches a guy out, then throws him back here into Gotham. So there’s rendition! At one point, the Morgan Freeman character says to Batman, 'Wait a minute, hang on...you’re eavesdropping on everyone in Gotham?' And Batman says, 'Yes, to stop this terrorist.' Morgan Freeman says, 'I can’t be a part of it.' And yet Morgan Freeman does become a part of it, and they find the Joker. One of the ways they find the Joker is through eavesdropping. I mean the parallels here of what’s going on is to me stunning."