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Did Glenn Beck Really Boil a Frog Alive?

Written by PETA | September 25, 2009

The Internet was ablaze yesterday with “did he or didn’t he” talk about Wednesday’s episode of The Glenn Beck Program, in which Glenn Beck appeared to boil a frog alive on national television. Was the frog fake? Did Beck actually throw a real frog into a pot? Who would do something like that?

Given that Glenn has a history of showing compassion toward animals, we were sure that he would not throw a defenseless frog into a boiling pot of water. But because enough people were fooled by his prank, we asked him to make a statement on his show explaining that it was a ruse.

And last night, in a segment he called “Frog-Gate 2009,” (a possible shout-out to “Flygate“?) Glenn Beck did just that—he replayed the whole segment, read our letter to him aloud, and clarified that the frog he appeared to boil alive was just a plastic toy.

 

 

Thanks for setting the record straight, Glenn! Now, could we trouble you to have a little talking-to with those real-life frog abusers over at Brookstone …?

Written by Shawna Flavell

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