Humunahumana Humus! Glenn Beck Weighs in on the Park Slope Co-op Israel Boycott

screen shot 2012 02 23 at 10 23 20 am Humunahumana Humus! Glenn Beck Weighs in on the Park Slope Co op Israel Boycott

Is that a Bark hot dog, or Hebrew National?

We already know how Andrea Peyser feels about the Park Slope Food Co-op’s proposed boycott of Israeli goods, but now an even bigger inorganic bloviator has weighed in: Glenn Beck.

The gonzo radio host was in Crown Heights for a fundraiser for a a Jerusalem museum where he took a moment to attack the co-op as anti-Semitic, according to The Brooklyn Paper.

“What is happening with the food co-op where they are seriously considering a boycott of Israel?” he said, likening the suggested ban to a subtle version of drawing swastikas. “When you use words like ‘I’m just anti-Israel’ or ‘I’m just anti-Zionist’ — that’s anti-Semitic.”

We imagine he then wheeled out his chalkboard and sketched out the web of deceit radiating out from the co-op. As Brooklyn has long know, the seemingly harmless grocery store is really the seat of the worldwide Illuminati.

This is not the first time Mr. Beck has set his sights on Brownstone Brooklyn. Two years ago, he actually admitted to enjoying some of the Slope’s culinary delights, specifically those at the cherished Chip Shop.

mchaban [at] | @MC_NYC

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