Glenn Beck has turned his focus to Google and says "something is wrong" with its involvement in overthrowing governments and supporting "hardcore leftists" like George Soros and Van Jones.
Beck's interest in the search engine was piqued by the involvement of Wael Ghonim in the Egyptian revolution. The Google employee became the leading face of the revolution.
The host said "I'm really not sure that I want my search engine involved in government overthrows, good or bad…I'm not afraid that Google is reading my email, or tapping your phone lines, or stealing Grandma's recipes...what I'm starting to look at is Google and Google as a whole."
He also pointed out that so many of Google's products had really cornered the market and although he was not promoting a boycott. He said "I'm just not sure...that I want to use their products anymore unless I have to" he added that he was not "feeling real comfortable about the current direction of Google the more I find out."
Beck commented on how closely Google is working with the U.S. government including law enforcement and NSA. He also criticized the fact that they advocate neutrality.
He added that Google officials such as CEO Eric Schmidt were working with "hardcore leftists".