To prove latest conspiracy theory, Beck cheats at Connect Four game against himself

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In his latest effort to chart an incomprehensible conspiracy theory, Glenn Beck engaged in an old-fashioned game of Connect Four against ... Glenn Beck.

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Naming Obama administration officials and dropping red and yellow game pieces into the game, Beck sought to show ... well it's unclear exactly what he sought to show, other than that people in the White House work together. And some are represented by yellow circles, while others are represented by red ones.

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After several seconds of fierce competition with himself, Beck closed in on a yellow victory.

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Undeterred by his apparent win, Beck continued, dropping in a game piece that apparently represented President Obama - or at least he said "and then we have Barack Obama" as he dropped a red circle into the game, declaring victory.

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I guess no matter which Glenn Beck wins, the rest of us lose.

Network/Outlet
Fox News Channel
Person
Glenn Beck
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Glenn Beck show
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