Conservative pundit Glenn Beck said he will no longer use Google or its products because of perceived ties to government agencies and its involvement in the uprising in Egypt, he said on his Fox television program Wednesday.
"I'm really not sure that I want my search engine involved in government overthrows, good or bad," Beck said on his Fox show. "There is a strange thing going on with this search engine and our government. And we all have to choose who we do business with."
However, most of his vitriol was aimed at Google working with "hardcore leftists."
Although Beck said he was not suggesting a boycott, he implored viewers to follow him in his -- well, boycott -- against Google. Beck said he would outline ways that viewers could avoid using Google on his Thursday show.
The funny part is that Beck says Google has ties to the National Security Agency, General Services Administration and MoveOn.org. So, Google is kind of hawkish and conservative, then moderate, then liberal, all at the same time? It doesn't make much sense, but perhaps Beck will bring out a puppet show and make it all crystal clear.
Watch the full Glenn Beck Fox segment here: