The Obama administration has covered for huge scandals over the years, yet appears to be leaving the former Secretary of State out to dry on her email situation. Glenn threw out a possible theory Wednesday on The Glenn Beck Program.
"So does anybody else find it weird that this administration has covered for everything? Everything. Name the scandals. The gun-running on the border with Fast and Furious," Glenn said. "How could this administration not protect her when they've protected everybody else and the consequences are much lower?"
Co-host Pat Gray suggested it's because Obama hates Clinton, but there's more to it according to Glenn's theory.
"They hate each other," Glenn said. "But I don't think Hillary Clinton is the ideologue --- much bigger ideologue than her husband Bill --- but she's not the ideologue of Barack Obama. I don't believe she's a Marxist. She may be a socialist, but she's not a Marxist. And I think progressives think there's a difference between the two."
The theory gets interesting when Glenn suggests a possibility behind Obama's motivation.
"I think you could make a case --- a bad case --- but I think you could make a case that he's looking for an ideologue to replace him. He's done all of his work. He's done the work of bringing this country to the brink of Marxism... And he's not going to have it flushed away by Hillary Clinton," Glenn said.
Pat put the finishing touch on the idea.
"Now, here you have a 74-year-old socialist to maybe finish the job you started," Pat said.
Glenn confirmed Pat's suspicions and laid out the winning ticket.
"Finish the job. Put [Bernie Sanders] and Elizabeth Warren on the ticket. You got it finished," Glenn said.
As implausible as it may seem, both agreed if Donald Trump can be the Republican nominee, anything is possible --- even if Glenn himself thinks he's probably wrong.
"I have absolutely no idea, just thinking out loud," Glenn said.
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Featured Image: President Barack Obama (R) speaks as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton listens at a cabinet meeting at the White House on November 28, 2012 in Washington, DC. The president met yesterday with small business owners and today with the chief executives of major corporations in ongoing talks about the looming fiscal cliff. (Photo by T.J. Kirkpatrick-Pool/Getty Images)