When World War II began in 1939, Dilling was part of the national network of anti-Semitics, anti-Communists, and Nazi sympathizers such as Father Charles Coughlin, Reverend Gerald L. K. Smith, Reverend Gerald Winrod, and William Dudley Pelley. Material generated by Nazi organizations in Germany to inspire race hated and exploit dissatisfaction in the United States found its way into Dilling's publications. She spoke at rallies hosted by the leading U.S. Nazi organization, the German-American Bund, and had traveled to Germany, pronouncing the country as flourishing under Hitler.
Dilling called for appeasing Germany; she blamed the war on Jews and Communists and accused the Roosevelt administration of being controlled by Jewish Communists. ... After Pearl Harbor, Dilling resisted wartime rationing and denounced the Allies.
As Media Matters points out Glenn Beck - the man who claims to research what he speaks about - completely missed ( or ignored ) a wealth of information chronicling Dilling's support ( both direct and indirect ) of the Nazi's.
When are we going to net a near "tear-worthy" response from Beck when the pressure mounts against him and his support of Dilling? I'm not looking for this one to happen. It will be more likely that Beck will claim those that have reported her Nazi leanings are part of a intricate cabal who's web of lies and deceit can be traced back to some hidden cult that was made up of early progressives in the mid 1800s.