The killers in yesterday's San Bernardino massacre reportedly left behind an explosive device, fleeing the scene with the bomb controller in their hands, like that of a remote-controlled car.
Stu pointed this fact out to Glenn during the radio program Thursday, sardonically calling for more regulation on remote-controlled cars to curb such violent acts in the future.
"We need common sense restrictions on remote-controlled cars," Stu said sarcastically. "Can we push that through, please, people?"
Listen to the clip from the radio program or read the transcript below.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: Hmm. Authorities are searching for a moment -- a motive in the deadly San Bernardino shooting. The family has gathered together, right where you would gather together, of course, if you wanted to make sure that your family, you know, was just open and honest. You go right to CAIR, and you would have your first press conference with the CAIR officials around you.
STU: The Council for American-Islamic Relations. Is that it?
GLENN: Yeah, that's it.
GLENN: You know, the one that is an unindicted coconspirator in the Holy Land Trial.
STU: Yeah, that -- that group. Yeah. That's my first --
GLENN: That one. The Muslim Brotherhood front group.
STU: That's probably my first stop.
GLENN: Yeah, that would be the first stop.
STU: I mean, it's my first stop before I start asking for a national conversation on background checks for people who buy remote-controlled cars. Now, this --
GLENN: Excuse me? What?
STU: Well, the killers had remote-control explosive devices, somehow attached to remote-controlled cars in the building.
STU: And so certainly the gun thing is the important thing to talk about because, of course, all of the gun legislation that Obama talks about is in place in California.
STU: These guns were purchased legally. He had no history of mental illness. None of the gun laws proposed would have stopped this, of course --
GLENN: That's why I would respect him if he just came out today and said, "I'm going to confiscate all 300 -- well, it's actually more like 700 million guns off the streets of America.
STU: That would go well.
GLENN: It would start a civil war. But at least he would be honest. He's saying it in covert ways. He's saying, you know, we got to do what they did in Australia. We have to take these common sense moves that they did in Great Britain. Well, that was confiscation of guns. And at least he wouldn't lie to us anymore. I'm tired of the lies. You want to confiscate the guns, go ahead. Let's have that national conversation.
PAT: Instead, he'll deny that.
GLENN: Oh, yeah, vehemently.
STU: Common sense.
GLENN: Common sense.
STU: And that's why we need common sense restrictions on remote-controlled cars. Can we push that through, please, people? Anyone can go in there and buy a remote-controlled car and strap explosives to it. The guy had bombs too. They had explosive devices. If they didn't have guns, they would have blown people up with explosive devices. I doubt either one would want to -- would care. I mean, if you're dead, you're dead. It doesn't matter how you die.
Featured Image: INDYCAR driver Graham Rahal races a remote controlled car against his fiancee Courtney Force, NHRA's winningest female driver (not pictured), during a racing skills challenge at Sonoma Raceway on July 22, 2015 in Sonoma, California. (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)