Glenn Beck, Founder of Blaze Media, Claims Apple Removed His Podcast from iTunes Without Prior Notice
Apple has removed Glenn Beck's nationally syndicated program, "The Glenn Beck Program," from its iTunes platform for an unknown issue. Beck,...
Apple Removes "The Glenn Beck Program" from iTunes
Apple has removed Glenn Beck's nationally syndicated program, "The Glenn Beck Program," from its iTunes platform for an unknown issue. Beck, the founder of Blaze Media and a prominent conservative figure, announced the removal in a video, stating that he received an email from the Apple Podcasts Team informing him of the removal due to an issue that needs to be resolved before the show can be available on Apple Podcasts. The specific details of the issue have not been disclosed.
Beck Believes Removal is Result of Being "Over the Target"
Conservative radio host Glenn Beck expressed his belief that the recent issues he faced with Apple and other platforms are a result of being "over the target." Beck's comments were made in an email where he mentioned that Apple Podcasts had removed his program. The email also included a link for more information, but it only repeated the fact that his show had been removed.
Beck Questions Basis for Alleged Censorship
Conservative commentator Glenn Beck expressed frustration and disbelief after his program potentially faced censorship from big tech companies. Beck questioned the basis for the alleged censorship, stating that his program had not engaged in any strikes or controversial actions. He made these comments while preparing for an episode of his show.
Podcast Host Claims Freedom of Speech for Controversial Content
The article discusses a podcast host who claims that his show, which compares the alleged crimes of former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden, should not be removed as it falls under freedom of speech. The host's upcoming episode will focus on Trump's fourth indictment and its implications on freedom of speech, while also discussing alleged evidence against Hunter Biden and President Joe Biden.
Beck Accuses Apple of Being Part of a "Real Crime Family"
Conservative commentator Glenn Beck has accused Apple of being part of a "real crime family" during a recent podcast. Beck's comments came after he claimed that his podcast was not appearing in Apple's podcast charts. While Apple has not responded officially, Beck suggested that it could be a technical issue or a "glitch" rather than intentional censorship.
Concerns and Support from Other Conservative Figures
Blaze Media, a conservative media company, has not responded to requests for comment regarding a certain issue. Steve Deace, a host on BlazeTV, expressed concern on social media, suggesting that any glitches in the situation seem to consistently favor one side. Jeremy Boreing, Co-Founder of the Daily Wire, also expressed disbelief and called for a correction, praising Glenn, who is presumably involved in the issue, as one of the best in the industry.