On the Friday before Labor Day, the FBI released information on their confidential meetings with Hillary Clinton.
"The leadership of the FBI should be dismissed. They are so politicized now that there's no reason why you came out with this information on Friday, the Friday before Labor Day, except to help Hillary Clinton," Glenn said Tuesday on his radio program.
"You think that's not coordinated with the White House? Of course it is," Co-host Pat Gray said.
While some of the information was old news, it was no less shocking. For example, the reason the FBI didn't pursue criminal charges was because they surmised Hilly didn't have any ill intent. How did they know? Hillary provided a very sound reason for breaking the law and endangering American national security.
"She said, 'I had a concussion, and I was very forgetful and confused. I thought C stood for cookie.'" Glenn said.
"What? I didn't see that part," Pat said.
"That can't be right," Co-host Stu Burguiere added.
Hillary's cookie confession was not only right, it prompted Glenn to say three words he never thought he'd utter: Trump was right.
"She's verified that she does have an illness, that there is something deeply wrong with her. It's called a concussion. In her own testimony, that's the reason why she released confidential documents," Glenn said.
Another reliable spokesperson stepped forward to comment on Hillary's cookie confession.
"The other one is a pundit called Cookie Monster who says "C" is for cookie, it's good enough for me," Stu reported.
What really takes the cake --- or cookie in this instance --- came from Trump. He tweeted that "C" stands for "classified" when it actually stands for "confidential."
"I think it's clear that nobody knows what the "C" stands for, except for Cookie Monster," Stu said.
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