Is Alec Baldwin suddenly a conservative? Glenn played some bizarre audio on radio this morning that would seem to support this theory. But why in the world would he go down to Occupy Wall Street and then pimp capitalism and banks?
"Capitalism is a good system. And we need to have that," Baldwin said while down on Wall Street.
"I know that I don't want the capital markets dismantled," he added.
Nevertheless, Baldwin did criticize the SEC for not being tough on banks that break the rules. He even followed it all up with some pro-capitalism - and pro-regulation - tweets:
"Isn't that bizarre," Pat said.
"Here's a guy who is the face of the banks, and he's down lending his face for the Occupy Wall Street," Glenn said in reference to Baldwin's participation in several credit card commercials.
Why would he do appear at Wall Street?
"Maybe he's one of the good guys I don't know. But I don't think so," Glenn said.
Glenn warned that there would be two faces of the revolutionary movement currently popping up on Wall Street. One side would be ugly, radicalized, and violent, and another would be non-violent and packaged to appeal to the majority of Americans. Glenn said that Van Jones's "Rebuild the Dream" movement is the perfect example of this. He warned that these two sides both have the same goals, just different means to achieve them. The non-violent movement simply drops the radical means for the radical end.