Glenn Beck viewer stopped by police before he could murder innocent people.

OAKLAND, Calif.     Byron Williams, an ex-felon, was on his way to shoot staff members of the Tides Foundation and the ACLU this summer. He was stopped by law enforcement for erratic driving and then opened fire.

Williams wounded two officers before being taken into custody. He later said his intention was to "start a revolution." Williams gives much of the credit to Fox's Glenn Beck for the conspiracy theory that led him to his violent actions.
Williams loaded up his mother's Toyota Tundra with guns, strapped on his body armor and headed to San Francisco  with one thing in mind: to kill workers at the American Civil Liberties Union and an environmental foundation, prosecutors say.

But before he made it to the city to kill people, Williams was stopped  by California Highway Patrol officers for speeding and driving erratically on westbound Interstate 580 west of Grand Avenue in Oak.