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Fox News’ version of the Three Stooges, a show they call “Fox & Friends” invited their intellectual superior Glenn Beck to comment on mirandizing terror suspects who are U.S. Citizens. Fox analyst Judge Napolitano spoke first indicating the U.S. Constitution must be upheld…though folks may not like that.
“How’s your blood pressure on that?” asks Steve Douchy attempting to bait Beck . Beck responds:
Beck: I’m actually good. He’s a citizen of the United States. So, I say we uphold the laws and the Constitution on citizens.
Kilmeade: Yo, heeza tret to duh cuntry, das difrent.
Beck: So are a lot of citizens of the country. If you’re a citizen, you follow the law and obey the Constitution. He has all of the rights under the Constitution.
Kilmeade: Howz ’bout he tryda blow up a city block in duh las 48 owwas?
Beck: We don’t shred the Constitution when it’s popular. We do the right thing.
Kilmeade: Iffy azz infuhmayshun that cud wipe out sum a use frenz and family, you doe wan dat?
Beck: Again, it’s not a popular answer, but I don’t think we shred the Constitution…”
(Glenn Beck sounds like the grown-up!)
Failure to mirandize can result in cases being thrown out, but Senator John McCain (R-AZ) and Rep. Peter King took it upon themselves to politicize Faisal Shahzad’s arrest.