Conservative commentator Glenn Beck on Friday joked about stabbing his radio show producer.
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“If I were on the stage, I would have said, ‘Have you been listening to him tonight? Have you been listening to what I say about him?’ I believe these things,” Beck said.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story contained incorrect information about Beck’s remarks.