Glenn Beck appeared on Fox News on Monday night to discuss the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) and its glitches, religion and mostly to promote his new book “Miracles and Massacres” with host Bill O’Reilly.
However, a few minutes later the conversation went slightly off-track when Beck started explaining how he “hated” world-famous inventor and scientist Thomas Edison for what he did to his famous rival Nikola Tesla. The interview got even more awkward when the conservative radio host pulled out a rifle that he claimed was one of only seven taken from the 1890 Massacre at Wounded Knee, the last battle of the American Indian Wars.
“This was buried, this was absolutely buried,” Beck said. “Our own military lied in court, then we tried to cover it up by giving everybody medals there. It really needs to be exposed so you can say, ‘Look, these things were bad. Let’s learn from it so we can come back.’”
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The rifle wasn’t the only prop Beck had brought to the show. Just when the interview was about to end, he put forward a piece of Abraham Lincoln’s bed sheet.
“You may have the book,” he told the audience. “I have the bed sheet.”
You can watch the complete segment in the video above.