Madeleine Albright distracts Glenn

GLENN: From good heavens, I’m sorry. I just looked up at Madeleine Albright and she’s

PAT: (Screaming).

GLENN: No, normally it burns our eyes out but look at what she’s wearing, some pin of a giant bee.

PAT: Is that a bee?

STU: It looks like a giant bug.

GLENN: It’s giant bee or a bug something.

PAT: On here at least it works. It works.

GLENN: On her it makes her look positively like a cartoon Halloween character.

STU: Are you sure that she’s wearing that and that’s not just a bug, like the bug landed there during the interview and she hasn’t noticed it yet?

GLENN: That’s the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen. Who would buy that?

PAT: Madeleine Albright.

STU: The wings move and everything. Look, the wings are moving.

GLENN: I know. Look at that. And it’s got big creepy legs going up over her shoulder. That thing has to be, what, six inches? That’s bigger than my hand.

STU: That’s frightening.

PAT: That’s huge, yeah. Yeah.

GLENN: Look at the neck skin on her.

PAT: (Laughing).

STU: I don’t know why

GLENN: I mean, there’s just a lot. Seriously, seriously does she kind of look like a turkey?

STU: I… I don’t know.

GLENN: If you think, imagine her in like a funny, you know, like turkey outfit. You know, like a leotard turkey outfit with the big and the way they padded it so the belly comes out and stuff and then she just had look at her eyes and her nose. She looks like a turkey.

STU: Can we leave her alone? She’s being attacked by a bug from the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.

GLENN: Anyway, welcome to the program. Boy, that’s not the way most people start shows. We’re glad you’re here. There are a couple of things that I want to talk to you about real quick and one of them is, one of them is this. By the way, I’m so distracted. Chris Brady, could you please get the snap, the screen shot of this giant bug on Madeleine Albright and put it on the front page of GlennBeck.com or put it in the newsletter? Because you have to see this. It’s incredible. I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s disturbing. Turn the TV off.

Okay. So, you know, I was I’ve been saying for a while that things are going to get tougher and it’s going to get harder and harder to speak out and there are going to be more and more shouts of, you know, you’re a hater, you’re, whatever, you just want to kill everybody, want to destroy everybody, you’re a terrorist. Whatever it is they want to say about you, fine. Know what you believe. Know what’s true and what’s not and then just let the chips fall where they may. You know you’re not a terrorist. You know you don’t hate people. You know you love this country. You know you’re not a racist. You know, you know that there are racists, white and black. They do exist. There are what is the new word that I saw the other day that they’re now starting to bandy about?

PAT: Racialist?

GLENN: Racialist.

PAT: Racialist.

GLENN: I had never seen that used better.

PAT: I hadn’t, either.

GLENN: Have you noticed it’s being used a lot now? Probably a more accurate word, don’t you think?

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: That people who view things through the lens of race, which doesn’t make you a racist. It makes you a racialist. Good word.

PAT: Mmm hmmm.

GLENN: Good word.

PAT: By the way, I think she’s selling those pins. They put up a

GLENN: Do they?

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: Madeleine Albright jewelry?

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: Creepy?

PAT: Home Shopping Network.

GLENN: If you’re like a skeleton or if you’re like really creepy, if you’re going to, you know, like to live in the land of the dead, this is the jewelry for you.

PAT: This is your pin right here.

GLENN: Yeah. If you want to freak your grandkids out when you come over and they’re like, she’s got a big terrible bug on her! This is the one for you.

PAT: It’s the one.

STU: You know what this reminds me of is, Adam who works here on the program, he has a giant rat caught in a rat trap.

GLENN: It’s great.

STU: It’s fake, and he just kind of leaves it around on the floor to scare people.

GLENN: Yeah, because what it is, it’s motion sensor and so if it senses motions around it, it moves.

STU: Yeah, like tremors, like it just got caught. It’s like a 20 pound rat, it’s disgusting.

PAT: That’s great.

GLENN: You haven’t seen it yet?

PAT: I haven’t seen it.

GLENN: Oh, yeah. When he left it around when we were first in this building and he left if on the floor and people would walk around the corner and it would move and they would be like, people would go… Adam!

STU: Isn’t that what’s going to happen at this interview? At some point Madeleine Albright’s going to look down to her shoulder and go ahhhh! It looks like a giant it is frightening.