Glenn Beck moving to Texas

Glenn Beck has sold his home in Connecticut…..

and is moving to this $20,000 per month rental in Texas:

He reportedly still owns a Manhatten apartment, even though he has been treated horribly by the people of New York City.

Looks like he’s doing okay.   Only in America.  God bless Glenn and God bless Texas.

Posted:  07.01.11 @ 1:42 p.m.


Filed under Human Interest, Media, politics, Uncategorized

10 responses to “Glenn Beck moving to Texas

  1. Dallas has a transient population and transplant population. Beck will know when he runs into a Texan and someone who got here as soon as they could 🙂 Texans are friendly people with good manners. Texedus is going on right now. I am not surprised the Becks are relocating to Texas.


    • bellalu0

      I don’t think they’ll be throwing things at him in Texas. 😉


      • Nope people won’t be throwing things are harsh words at him. People have manners down here. Beck has been to Texas before for Tea Party events in San Antonio – The Alamo. Texans like Glenn Beck. Glenn Beck is unapologetic-ally religious, he believes in God. This is the bible belt. Texans as a rule are kind friendly welcoming folks but they don’t put up with a lot of BS.


  2. Bruce

    Glenn Beck Deserves the best. Living and working in Texas will do him good. I wish Mr. Beck and family all the luck in the World. He deserves it.


  3. bellalu0

    KJ: Where did I read he jokingly said he might run for governor of Texas?? Wouldn’t that be just about the funniest thing evah – Glenn Beck governor of Texas and Rick Perry president of the United States? I could be wrong, but I think a lot of kind, courteous, and God-fearing folks have just about had enough of the BS being dished out.


  4. bellalu0

    Talk about sick of the bull shit: I just read where a bunch of southern California counties are trying to break off and make a separate state.


  5. First of all, I love California. I’ve lived an equal amount in the south and north (20 years each) and they’re both wonderful. The weather in the north is easier to take. Regarding Beck – i love him! Regarding Perry – he attends Builderberg meetings and that’s not good. I’m going with Ron Paul!


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