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Video of the Day: Glenn Beck connects Colorado flooding, Navy Yard shootings

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What's the connection between the devastating flooding in Colorado and the dreadful shootings at the Navy Yard in Washington, D.C., in which Aaron Alexis killed a dozen people before being gunned down? Beyond death and tragedy, most of us would say "nothing." After all, one incident was a natural disaster, while the other was the act of an apparent madman. But this week, commentator Glenn Beck used them as an example of how "we have come unhinged" via language Right Wing Watch describes as offering "evidence that we are living in the End Times." See the clip below.

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