Whoopi Goldberg and Barbara Walters Take On Glenn Beck

Fox News star Glenn Beck dropped by The View and Whoopi Goldberg and Barbara Walters took him to task for lying about an encounter he had with them on Amtrak. The incident in question took place as all three were headed to the White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington D.C.  

9 Responses

  1. Profile photo of basilnsybil

    Celebrities regardless of their status should never get preferred seating especially if everyone is paying the same ticket price for the seat. If you pay for extra fine like first class on airplane seating otherwise take what you get sounds like the train was overbooked something that should never happen.Please there are bigger issues to be concerned with.

  2. Profile photo of CGat

    This was abosolutely pointless. They have one millon other things to talk about, and they choose to waste 6 minutes of airtime accusing somebody of a lie, more than likely because of what he stands for.
    Gee, and I wonder why I quit watching the View?

  3. Profile photo of sara31tx

    To each his own, but I cannot stand The View..to damn Liberal for me..I do however like GlennBeck. I might not agree with everything he says, but he tells it like it is..He is the number one show on fox.. I could care less about Glenn Lying about an encounter he had with those two, they should be honored he mentioned there names..lol..At least Glenn showed up on the show, he knew that he would get some crap from those two and he came anyway.

  4. Profile photo of CGat

    I agree that you should get called out on a lie. But, I mean, it’s the entertainment industry. Does Whoopi not make fun of people, and stretch the truth sometimes? Most certainly. Was it necessary to bust the man out on national television? Most certainly not. This could have been handled behind the scenes. If Anderson Cooper or Larry King would have done something like this, they would not have said a WORD. And that’s just a fact of life, non-prejudice.

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