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GLENN: Now, the next step is the czars. The czars are bullies. The czars, these are bad, bad guys. Last night, please, I beg of you, if you have the show on DVR last night, please watch it. Pass it on to people. Make sure that people see. I said in the middle of the monologue — I tell you, I changed that monologue during it like six different times. There were times — and you can see it I think in my eyes. I said in the monologue, I feel like you are my attorney. And this is the Pelican Brief or one of those movies where they’re like I left the package with my attorney and if something happens to me he’s going to open up the package. You’ll be exposed. I feel like that’s who I am, that I’m that guy. And I’m trusting you with the information. I’m not holding my cards very close to my vest, because we’re in this together. But as I said on the television show last night: If I show up dead in Bangkok after I experienced auto erotica asphyxiation.
PAT: What if it’s Boise. Boise, Idaho, you’re naked in a closet.
GLENN: No, naked in a closet in Boise, Idaho.
PAT: What about Boston in a bathtub full of baked beans.
STU: Pretty close.
GLENN: Probably not in Boston because that would keep me out a little bit.
PAT: But the baked beans sounds plausible.
GLENN: Sounds yummy. All right. If you read in the newspaper that I was found dead naked in a vat of baked beans.
PAT: That was you.
GLENN: That was me. Yes that was me. But I’m not suicidal. I’m not into auto erotica asphyxiation, none of that stuff.
STU: Pat, if you were a person.
PAT: I am a person so I could say that.
GLENN: Can you play a person?
PAT: I can.
GLENN: Pretend you’re a person. Jump in feet first. Here we go.
STU: And you are a person who is into auto erotica asphyxiation.
GLENN: This is the case that’s going to be made. Don’t think I haven’t played this out in my head.
PAT: Preemptive strike.
GLENN: I’m that guy. Can I tell you something? You have no idea what it’s like and Stu will tell you because last night before the TV show, Stu came in and, Stu, I think you’re becoming a full-fledged Glenn zombie.
STU: I would never even come close to saying that.
GLENN: I know you wouldn’t come close to saying that. But I think he’s coming close.
PAT: No, no, not at all. Why would you say that.
GLENN: Stu is the biggest nemesis of my life. I mean, because, A, that’s his job. B, he always pushes and pushes and pushes. But Stu came in yesterday when he saw what was in the monologue and he said, "Aah, are you sure you want to do this? " And I said, "Why? Is it not checking out? " He’s like, "No, but speaking of checking out, you may be checking out after it."
STU: My job is not only to just annoy you, which is about 60, 70 percent of my job. The other 30 percent is presenting to you the other side, but also the risks of what you’re doing.
STU: That is part of my job.
GLENN: I know that. But you’ve never said that to me. I don’t think you’ve ever said that to me. I’m starting to have a meeting with everybody on the staff. I had my first couple of meetings yesterday to where I want them to know that they really should — I’ve been saying on the air that you need to know what you believe and you need to know who you are, and you need to know — you have to make a choice. You’re going to have to make a choice. And I started to have meetings here with we’re entering a very dangerous time. And I just want everybody to know that no hard feelings if you’re like — you know, this just ain’t my bag. Yeah, this ain’t it. This isn’t it for me.
STU: You’re freaking out staff members, is what you’re saying.
GLENN: Yeah, because I think it’s time that the staff is freaked out a little bit. I think the staff needs to know what you told me in the meeting. Yesterday, on this monologue, on television, we explained who Ezekiel Emanuel is, what he’s saying. Now Ezekiel Emanuel is a guy who — I urge you to watch the monologue from TV yesterday. Is it posted at glennbeck.com. If it’s not there it will probably be on foxnews.com but I ask you to watch it and then ask the people at AARP, can you explain this? These czars are absolutely dead on evil. These people are evil. And the things that are going on right now, you could dismiss it all you want and say, well, they’re not going to do that, they’re not going to do that. Well, after how many years of us saying: Well, they’re not going to do it. Well, Bush knows. He’s going to protect us on the border. Well, he’s not going to do that. He’s not going to do that. Then he does it. Then they’re not going to bail ’em out. They would never bail ’em out. They would never bail them out. Then they do it. They’re never going to nationalize the car companies, never going to nationalize the car companies. Then they do it. They’ll never spend us into oblivion. Never spend us. And then they do it. How many more do you need before you stop saying "I’m no longer willing to avoid the unthinkable, I’m willing to at least consider it as a possibility so I’m not going to give these people any more power." Stu came into my office yesterday and said, "Um, you are going after one of the guys in the administration who is a health officer, advisor to the president on healthcare. He has written these things. He is not only an advisor to the president, but he is also the Chief of Staff’s brother and Rahm Emanuel is one of the meanest guys out there. He’s one of the dirtiest fighters we have in the country."
STU: I’ve never met him but those are the reports. He could be delightful in person, I don’t know.
GLENN: Are you backing down.
STU: I don’t know what you’re talking about. I’ve never said anything bad about Ezekiel Emanuel. He’s a great guy. The best policy we need is to get rid of the old people. They’re old and wrinkly. What we need is 20 to 40-year-olds.
GLENN: I don’t remember it going that way. It’s all Stu, it’s not me. Zeek I’m in your corner, brother.
STU: But it is, but when you’re going after a big — a guy who is known for playing Hardball and not Chris Matthews.
STU: Actual political hardball.
GLENN: And you’re in bed with these shadow czars that you have no idea, they are bad, wicked, some of these guys. Van Jones. This guy is a wicked dude, man.
STU: Political enemies are one thing. We know — we’ve watched politics enough to see how bad that can get. But when you’re talking about screwing with someone’s brother, how many movies do you need to see before you understand that screwing with someone’s brother is the thing that gets you into trouble.
GLENN: I said to my wife last night in bed. I said, "Really, please, please, please." And then we just had a conversation. [Laughing] so then I said to her.
STU: Is smooth talking of please, please, please, is always a positive sign. I can’t believe she didn’t go along with it, Glenn. Who can’t be romanced by please, please, please! Just come within four feet of me, please.
GLENN: We were talking about it and I said, "Honey, if these things, if these things appear — if America understands what these people believe and the emergency conditions that are being created, this will stop healthcare in its tracks, because no one in their right mind would sign up for this." And she said, "I understand, and that’s good. And you’re doing your job." And then we didn’t even have to say it to each other. And I said, "Billions of dollars are at stake." And that’s all that was said, because nothing else needs to be said. You are — not just me — you are affecting billions of dollars. If you think the SCIU, who has been building this, this like the Apollo Foundation, the Apollo Project, the people that wrote the stimulus bill, Van Jones, the green jobs czar. I love — seriously. This guy, the avowed communist, the black nationalist, one of the founding members of the Apollo Project, which was part of the Tides Foundation which started during the Reagan Administration, to take control of companies to be able to stop this crazy capitalism thing. They have been working on this and planning on this since the 1980s. This is their moment. You think these unions, you think these thugs, you think these people who actually believe in the crazy ideology, coupled with the people who have billions of dollars at stake, are going to care about crushing me or you or anybody under them? No. No. But what they don’t understand is armed with knowledge, we’re Americans. They have always — the left has always underestimated the patriot. They have always underestimated, they don’t even understand why we love our country. I did an interview last year with somebody on the left who tried to get me to explain what it is about us conservatives that we’re so wrapped up in the founding fathers. Because we know who they were. We know what those documents meant. Now, we have gotten fat and lazy. But somewhere within us we still have a little bit of George Washington, a little bit of Thomas Jefferson, a little bit of Ben Franklin and James Madison, it still lives within us. It is the flame that Lady Liberty holds and it hasn’t been extinguished. And it never ever will be. But, boy, I’ll tell ya, they’re going to break some legs. Let them. Because as long as you’re not breaking legs, the American people will come to your defense, expose them — give them enough rope. They will expose themselves we’re not stupid. We’ve been asleep. But I said two weeks ago, "I have good news. They have no idea they’ve awakened a sleeping giant." You see it by the way they’re handling these town hall meetings. You see it. They don’t know. They were shocked. Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. I’ve been reading Sun Su. Surprises are very good. You know, not for those in power. Surprises are very good for those who would like to see those in power no longer in power. Their arrogance will be their undoing. Stay humble. Stay peaceful. Stay strong. Question with boldness, even the very existence of God. Question with boldness. Hold firmly onto the rod. And speak without fear.
GLENN: Real quick, we were talking about Rahm Emanuel’s brother and crazy ideas about what is your value as a person, how much do we spend on healthcare really to save your life. Do a Google search for PCAT and eugenics. PCAT is the advisors for the president on medical ideas. PCAT and eugenics. Count the number of people who are advising the president on medical care that have connections to eugenics. Pretty darn incredible. Just Google it. And then quickly send that information to the White House, because it’s fishy.