Glenn Beck Sees Romney Landslide: “Another Chik-fil-A Style Moment” (Video)

Glenn Beck weighed in on the election today and predicted a Romney landslide.

“There’s about ten of us who do not believe this is going to be a close call… I keep getting reassured. I keep feeling we are fine. We were out in Iowa this weekend. We were out in Ohio and Chicago. And the report I have to bring you is I think, I really think we are going to see a Chik-fil-A style moment tomorrow. It all depends on whether you go out and vote. But if you go out and vote I really believe it is going to be a landslide.”

Let’s pray he’s right.

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  • dwd


  • RealMc

    “Let’s pray he’s right.”

    Knee-mail enroute!!!!!!!

  • RealMc


    VOTE tomorrow!!

    Nothing to chance!!

    R&R 2012!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • NeoKong

    Millions of people have been waiting….waiting.
    Waiting for one thing.
    We will make our presence known.

  • Ghost

    Report from Northern Virginia (the center of the battle for the battleground)

    MASSIVE! Turnout in Fairfax, George Mason University basketball arena
    there were more OUTSIDE! the arena than inside

    Team Romney (and Secret Service) were caught unprepared, they quickly readied a microphone (and appropriate bunting) so Mitt and Ann could address the outdoors audience who waited for 5+ hours in a line that went on and on for 2+ miles

    presume pictures will be forthcoming, there were plenty of cameras

  • Ghost

    Fairfax, Northern Virginia crowd was EASILY! 30,000- I would say 50,000+
    I’ve seen enough sellout baseball and football games to compare.

  • bigkahuna

    I agree you cant piss off as many people as Obama has and keep your leads. Catholics, jews, youth, seniors, soccer moms, black christians and moderates, reagan Democrats, white men etc etc etc.

    I also believe many rural voters dont get polled or dont answer polls when they see caller ID. I also see all the polls weighted to Dummycrats 5-10% and thats not realistic. Black president is so yesterdays news and he sucks…. He was never qualified to run a lemonade stand. and Benghazi, Oil spill response, High gas prices, food prices, insurance prices and small businesses hurting will simply wipe him out. He loves playing president but hates being president. Lazy Phucking turd needs flushed

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  • I already delivered my Obama cock punch absentee. I will be working the Romney war room in Boston tomorrow to make sure I do everything in my power to throw out the Jug-Eared F…ailure!

  • CV1

    If Romney wins by 4 or 5%, that ought to be enough to shut them up! If he wins by more than that, then they should have nothing to say.

  • Ohio Paul

    Friends went today to go early vote and there was a 3 hour wait to vote in Hamilton Ohio. When my wife and I went there last Wednesday, there was at least 2 hundred voting or in-line and even more when we left. Son voted the next day, same thing. This is Butler county, and it went for over 40 thousand for John McCain in 2008, it will go for a lot more, a hell of a lot more.

  • Ace

    Rasmussen’s October party ID poll of 15,000 likely voters sees the electorate as…


    That means 2010 part two.

  • Ace

    If this is true, it’s going to be a shocking wipeout…

  • Ghost… your words are music to my ears!

    RealMc… “kneeMail” HAHAHA love it!!

  • Monkey Wrench


    Rasmussen projects 237 electorial college votes for Obama and 206 for Romney. They have 8 states as too close to call.

  • If the Democratic PPP polls were not in the RealClearPolicts averages the race would also be a lot tighter.

    Simply amazing that all their latest polls are almost double the averages of all the other polls in the state averages.

    One would almost come to the conclusion that the Democrats are playing politics with their pollsters to try and influence the voters.

    RCP needs to remove them from their poll averages because of their blatant bias.

  • Just heard on fox that NJ and NY are allowing voting by eMail… how is that gonna work out? :/

  • Ace

    #16 I know, he’s still polling in favorite of Ds, as if he doesn’t believe his own polling on party ID. Like 1980.

  • Ace

    “Obama” is now instructing the Obots not to panic when the first exit polls emerge…

  • Ace

    My final thought:
    I believe the pollsters have neglected the political shift that occurred in 2010.

  • Ghost

    “RealMc… “kneeMail” HAHAHA love it!!”
    I love esoterica, but this is too esoteric- I missed it

  • Ghost

    correct. they all admit, they’re using 2008 model, specifically ignoring 2010
    this may go down as the greatest bumble since Coca-Cola changed the formula in 1986, on their 100th Anniversary- every janitor in Atlanta could’a told ’em how stupid they were

  • FurryGuy

    Ahead, behind, or dead even, get out and vote as if your life depends on it; because it does.

    I have already voted thanks to WA vote by mail rules, and confirmed that my ballot has been received. Now the question of proper vote counting begins.

  • Fionnagh

    Co-worker on her way out the door said she’s bringing in cupcakes tomorrow to celebrate – chocolate for Obama, with blue icing.

    Could have smacked her.

  • Fionnagh

    #24 Right there with you, here in WA state. A bit annoyed that my vote-received-confirmation on secy of state web site did not indicate for WHOM I had voted, just that my vote had been received.

    Now we wait. Geez, this is hard:)

  • JenBee

    Great comments here tonight, nothing I can say to add to what’s already on point…

    #18, yeah whole lot-o-fraud gonna go on in NY and NJ what with the ‘vote by email or fax’ garbage, but hey, those states were already blue, so no skin off our backs. Let ’em cheat and fraud it up out there.

    I CANNOT WAIT TO VOTE TOMORROW! I’m 42 years old, my first vote was for the first Bush for POTUS in 1988, and I have never, EVER been SO DAMN EXCITED to cast a vote for ANYONE in ANY race like I am right now! I live in Michigan, A SWING STATE!, so my vote for Romney will actually COUNT! Got my alarm set, I’m clean and showered, clothes already laid out, I’m gonna be at my polling station right when they open, and I HOPE THERE’S A LINE!!! Feeling GOOD about tomorrow, but still quite anxious. Oh but my cocktail is helping 😉

  • Indiana

    A Prayer sent to me today:

    Almighty God, You are the one who inspired man to seek and build a free land. It was Your Holy Word that gave direction and guidance in forming our government. Forgive us for allowing that same government to remove and separate You from our nation’s daily affairs. Please give us another chance. May this coming election be the first steps back to You. We hunger for You to once again bless America. In Jesus name, Amen.

  • Sasja


  • Indiana

    Breitbart is here….he’s still with us!

  • Granny

    #21 and 23 –

    Ghost commented:

    correct. they all admit, they’re using 2008 model, specifically ignoring 2010
    this may go down as the greatest bumble since Coca-Cola changed the formula in 1986, on their 100th Anniversary- every janitor in Atlanta could’a told ‘em how stupid they were

    You are neglecting to account for the not-very-subtle threat against Gallup. Remember a few weeks back when the Gallup numbers were going Romney and the Obama campaign insisted that they change their methodology. . . Gallup refused and the IRS promptly filed a lawsuit against them for something or other “unrelated.”

  • bg


    November 5, 2012

    Republicans See Early Vote Surge Trending for Romney

    [The Associated Press reports that thousands of people waited for
    hours in long lines during the last weekend of early voting in Ohio.

    At some sites Sunday, lines snaked for several city blocks and it took
    hours to cast a ballot. In Cleveland, more than 2,500 people braved
    the cold in a line that stretched two blocks on Sunday afternoon.

    In Akron, voters waited an average of two hours to vote Sunday. In
    Columbus, 15,000 people waited in line for as long as two hours from
    Friday through Sunday to cast early ballots in a state that could decide
    the presidential election.

    In Cincinnati, several thousand voters waited for as
    long as four hours in sometimes-rainy chilly weather.

    About 1.6 million people have voted early in Ohio.

    In Indiana, residents have only a few more hours to cast early ballots
    for this year’s hotly contested presidential, Senate, governor’s and
    other races.

    Voters can cast early in-person ballots for Tuesday’s election until noon
    Monday at county courthouses and other locations around the state.

    In Indianapolis, the number of residents who’ve cast early ballots so far
    is down from 2008. But Marion County Clerk’s office spokeswoman Angie
    Nussmeyer tells The Indianapolis Star that’s likely due to this year’s lack
    of satellite voting centers in Indianapolis, not reduced voter interest.

    The Evansville Courier & Press reports that early voting in southwestern
    Indiana’s Vanderburgh County appears poised to eclipse the number of
    early ballots cast in 2008.]

    much more at link..


  • FurryGuy

    #26 November 5, 2012 at 6:48 pm
    Fionnagh commented:

    Be glad it DOESN’T indicate how you voted, the essence of a secret ballot. Do you really want Leftists having access to your very public information contained in the voter database, such as name, address and phone number when they know you didn’t vote a straight D ticket? I know I don’t.

  • FurryGuy

    #27 November 5, 2012 at 6:57 pm
    JenBee commented:

    My vote for Romney in deep blue WA counts just as much, because in the end a popular vote mandate is scrumptious icing on the cake of an Electoral College blowout.

  • Miss Peach

    Tomorrow is our chance to make right the great mistake that was made four years ago. Take nothing for granted. Get out and vote ! If you know people who don’t have transportation to get to a polling station, offer to take them. We can do this America ! We have God and the love for our country on our side. Let’s roll and take back our country ! God Bless America !

  • YourMaster

    should send this video to all the libtards after they find out 0bama loses

  • DFT

    Does Glenn Beck realize Chick-Fil-A reversed their stance for money? Just to get into Chicago, they allowed themselves to be blackmailed?

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  • Get out and VOTE!!! Praying for a landslide! Go Romney!