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Glenn Beck Calls Dinesh D'Souza Obama's 'Political Prisoner'

Glenn Beck nuts out by calling Dinesh D'Souza President Obama's first political prisoner.

Are you enjoying Dinesh D'Souza's "Pity Pot Tour" across conservative media? He's whining and crying because he broke the law, got caught and almost (he should have) went to jail. How dare the authorities prosecute a lawbreaker like him? He stopped over at Glenn Beck's show to complain a bit more and he found a very supportive fellow in Glenn "Vicks Vapor Rub" Beck, who called him President Obama's first "political prisoner."

D'Souza insisted that he was only prosecuted for breaking the law because President Obama lashes out at all of his critics because "he is a very dysfunctional guy with a very dysfunctional family. I mean, he's got family members who have each other followed, they spread rumors and try to undermine each other, they hire people to look out and so this is a very bizarre situation and Obama is a very petty, vindictive guy."

"I don't have to speculate that he doesn't like me, I know that," D'Souza asserted, "and it's hard for me to believe that [the government was] treating me normally, like any other guy who did this."

Glenn Beck agreed, declaring that D'Souza was "the first real political prisoner that I have seen this president make."

"This is a political prisoner, make no mistake," Beck said. "He was only prosecuted, they only found this stuff because they were going through everything to stop him. And it's sick. It's really sick"

Haven't conservatives gone to great lengths to become the law and order party? Don't they constantly scream out the phrase that America is a nation that obeys the rule of law? Dinesh actually admitted to breaking the law on Megyn Kelly's show roughly eighteen weeks ago and he was found guilty of a felony so what's the hubbub bub? If you boil conservatives down to their lowest common denominators you'll find that a main ingredient to their recipe is persecution politics. They are constantly persecuted for their beliefs by the librul media. Beck gives us a prime example of this when he says "He was only prosecuted, they only found this stuff because they were going through everything to stop him." Couldn't many criminals make the same claims? "I was only prosecuted because of my last name." John Gotti. That's a quote I made up, but you see my point. Unfortunately for America, conservative rubes will be conned into believing that Dinesh's law breaking doesn't really matter because they hate him for his freedom, or whatever.

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