Mickey Mouse Discovers Conspiracy Against Glenn Beck

Earlier this month, Jonathan McIntosh released a parody cartoon called “Donald Duck Meets Glenn Beck in Right Wing Radio Duck,” which artfully remixed 50 classic Disney cartoons from the 1930s to 1960s. And now comes the inevitable remixed response: “Mickey Mouse Discovers the Government Cartoon Conspiracy Against Glenn Beck.” The video ups the ante in a quick 1:26.

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  • Fox says:

    Wait–how is this intelligent? I don’t see the educational value in this other than to insult a person’s views who don’t match yours. I don’t like Glen Beck at all, but I am not going to insult someone because they don’t agree with me. That seems so…base…so elementary school. Do you even know what he stands for? Because posting garbage like this seems too much like a blind, arrogant, liberal attack. Period.

    This is why I don’t get into politics. Both sides are ignorant and this kind of stupidity proves it.

  • Fox says:

    I expect this kind of thing on super-liberal CNN, or conservative bashing websites, but not HERE! I had so much respect for this site and all that it had to offer. It makes me sick to my stomach to see this :(

  • Ed says:

    Speaking of being ignorant of the source material, have you seen the original video involving Donald Duck? Maybe you should, as that one is more serious in tone. This is a lighthearted joke after Beck implied that the former video was federally funded- a ridiculous, paranoid delusion, like much of what he preaches on national television. But I digress.

    Would you mind explaining why he and his colleagues over at Fox are free to insult and slam anyone remotely left of center as un-American socialists out to ruin the country, but detractors are not allowed to make a satirical video in opposition to him and post it on the internet?

    Free speech goes both ways. And if you’re so terrified of encountering anything that might be… *gasp*… LIBERAL… well, maybe just listen only to Fox and Fox-approved propa… sorry, I mean programming. Then, you’ll never have to be exposed to any of those scary ideas again!

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