Click to view Did you know that Fox News host Glenn Beck is a huge fan of British rock band Muse? Or, he used to be—he said "they 'get it,'" whatever that means—until their performance at the Grammys last night.
In Beck's words, the performance showed "Camilla and Prince Charles in the back of their Rolls-Royce where they're trying to beat them and kill them in the streets." This was, he said, "basically a call for revolution by this group."
You know, I knew that performance was a call to something, but I had trouble putting my finger on it. Turns out it was a call to revolution! Good to know. Guess I have to go... murder Prince Charles? Or something?
And, in case you are wondering why a band like Muse would be ordering American youths to, uh, revolt, or whatever, Rock Critic Glenn Beck had a theory:
He stressed, though, that they came from a "degraded" continent: Europe. You have to remember these are Europeans...they have had very few glimpses of real freedom," Beck said. "Even when England won the Second World War, they didn't go into freedom. That's where the Road to Serfdom came from."