Glenn Beck: Donald Trump Campaign Chief Hires Assassins On Dark Web

Glenn Beck: Donald Trump Campaign Chief Hires Assassins On Dark Web

Breitbart is not happy with Glenn Beck. The tea party talking head, Beck, insinuated in a radio program that Stephen Bannon, Donald Trump’s new presidential campaign CEO and former Breitbart News executive, threatens enemies lives and hires assassins on the dark net. Beck, who supported Ted Cruz during the Republican primary, said Bannon might use “the Dark Web” for illegal activities, including hiring assassins. Beck has a history of making comments against Bannon. Breitbart’s Ezra Dulis reports: This is a guy who uses the Dark Web. If you don’t know what the Dark Web is, good for you.....


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