Glenn Beck joined Bill O’Reilly tonight to react to the midterms, and instead of expressing optimism, Beck told O’Reilly he worries that the U.S. is entering the “most dangerous period” since the Civil War and it will last for several bitter, partisan years.
To Beck, the key takeaway from the midterm results was that Americans want politicians to “stop dividing ourselves” along race, class, and gender lines. O’Reilly said that’s only happening on the Democratic side, and said any Democrat calling for unity now has “some nerve” considering how much and how long they were demonizing the GOP for.
Beck, however, is worried things could get worse. With Republicans in charge of Congress and a Democrat in the White House, things could get much uglier, partisanship could get worse, and, Beck concluded, “we have a very bad scenario headed our way.”
He predicted that someone (Hillary Clinton, perhaps) might be able to utilize the middle ground between Obama and “evil Republicans” and cause even more trouble in this dangerous time Beck predicts will last all the way into 2017.
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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