“There are more disturbing things than tickle fights going on right underneath our nose,” said FNC’s Glenn Beck on his show this afternoon.
Beck declared that after dedicating an hour last night to ex-Rep. Eric Massa (D-N.Y.), his show is now a Massa-free zone.
“Man, how do people sleep at night?” he said, declaring that he would not devote any more time to Massa and the tickle allegations story. He said Massa lied to him last night before the show, saying news would be made.
Still, Beck couldn’t help a little tickle talk:
“Apparently there are too many tickle fights going on inside the beltway,” he said.
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