Covering night two of the 2016 Democratic National Convention (DNC) was Jeffy, who revealed startling details in his comprehensive analysis.
“I thought Bill was great," Jeffy said.
"Did you?" Glenn asked.
"I love Bill Clinton. I do," Jeffy replied.
Not everyone agreed.
"How on earth did you think that was a great speech?" Stu asked.
"He told the story of how he met and fell in love," Jeffy replied.
"Shouldn't have given Jeffy a night. This is unbelievable," Stu mumbled.
In a rare alignment of the planets of political pundits, Stu and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow were on the same page, albeit for different reasons.
"Did you see what Rachel Maddow said about that speech? She said that it was offensive, the first half of it. Offensive. And she thought it was rude," Glenn said.
"What? Why?" Jeffy asked.
Apparently, Maddow thought it was going to be a feminist convention, and Bill's charming simplicity didn't do the trick, so to speak.
Here's what Maddow had to say:
When he starts in on this woman that he had affections for and that he started to date . . . the last guy that should be talking mysteriously about a woman he's attracted to is Bill Clinton.
"Well, that's probably true," Pat said.
"He did have the one line where he said he had a new goal in mind. And, I mean, the world knew . . . it wasn't just going out to dinner and to have conversations," Jeffy said.
While Clinton did connect on an emotional level with personal stories, he conveniently skipped a few controversial years.
"He had to gloss over and, you know, revive a lot of thinking throughout those years," Jeffy said.
"He really did say that. He was like, "It was 1997, we did this and this and this. Then 2003," Glenn added.
He skipped many of the Oval Office years that included, among other things, the infamous blue dress and his impeachment.
Another key component of the night was Mothers of the Movement, featuring mothers of African-American men slain by white men.
"The Mother's Movement, they came out after a Hillary montage of meeting all these mothers. And they fell in love with Hillary," Jeffy said. "It was Hillary who came up with the idea that [they] should go out and speak together."
Not only did they speak about their children, they also chanted, "Black Lives Matter" together.
"Was it as radical as you thought it would be last night?" Glenn asked.
"Oh, yeah," Jeffy answered. "It was frustrating."
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Featured Image: Former President Bill Clinton speaking at the 2016 Democratic National Convention, courtesy of DNC 2016.