Renowned speaker Dr. Herv Nerbler, self-proclaimed expert in conservative principles and economics, made a personal appearance Wednesday on The Glenn Beck Program to explain the new conservatism that is sweeping portions of the Republican Party.
"So let me just go over this because I'm confused," Glenn said.
"I'm confused. Who are we talking to?" Co-host Pat Gray asked.
"Herv Nerbler," Glenn said.
"Herv?" Pat repeated.
"Herv Nerbler. You know him from the Nerbler Curve," Glenn clarified.
"Oh, yeah, right," Pat agreed . . . sort of.
"I did design the Hervler Nerbler Curve," Dr. Nerbler explained.
"Which is easy for you to say," Glenn said.
"Yes, exactly," Dr. Nerbler agreed.
Glenn asked Dr. Nerbler if he was a supporter of Trump's "conservative" government child-care program, which is completely free.
"Of course, I am. I'm a big conservative," Dr. Nerbler confirmed.
More importantly, Dr. Nerbler confirmed the accuracy of a statement on Trump's website that the new program will not cost taxpayers one penny. In fact, the website states it will actually save taxpayer money.
"Have you ever had a birthday and you get your card and you open up your card and there's a lottery ticket in there? It's sort of like that," Dr. Nerbler explained.
"No, I have never had that happen," Pat said.
"Really? Did you ever have someone just drop off a bucket of money on your front porch?" Dr. Nerbler asked.
"No, Herv, I haven't," Pat answered.
Surely Pat experienced saving $2,500 when Obamacare passed.
"No, but I've been promised that $2,500 savings and haven't received it. And that's happened a lot. A lot. In fact, quite recently, Herv," he said.
"That's why we're doing this in a conservative way. It would be wrong, obviously, what Obama did. He didn't save $2,500 per family. That's why we're doing this in a conservative way when we take the money from the government and give it to people, conservatively," Dr. Nerbler explained.
Glenn also asked Dr. Herv Nerbler about the cost of Trump's plan being zero for employers.
"Absolutely no chance of costing one employer one dollar," Dr. Nerbler confirmed.
"The taxpayer is the one who gives the government the money. The employer is also the one giving the government money. And the government is already in debt. Doesn't have anymore money," Glenn said.
"Of course, yes," Dr. Nerbler said.
"I'm running out of people who have paid for this," Glenn mused.
Following a few more rounds of intense questioning, Dr. Nerbler's sensitive side came out.
"You seem to have all sorts of consternation about these ideas. And let me just tell you this, let not your heart be troubled. That's what I want you to remember today. Let not your heart be troubled. That will make you feel much better," Dr. Nerbler said.
Glenn offered a suggestion about genuinely comforting the heart.
"Wouldn't it be that your heart wouldn't be troubled because you believe in something? And that something you believe in should be immovable, unchangeable, constant, eternal, always the same, something you could count on, something that wouldn't be sand," Glenn said.
He went on.
"It would be more like a rock, so those principles would lay a foundation that would give you hope because it would never change in a world where everything is changing," Glenn said. "Your principles would be unchanging, and those who provide those principles, let's say a God, also unchanging, would give you hope so you wouldn't be troubled."
"Are you trying to bring up Hillary Clinton's email scandal?" Dr. Nerbler asked. "Because that I will talk about."
Listen to this segment, beginning at mark 26:00, from The Glenn Beck Program:
Featured Image: Renowned speaker Dr. Herv Nerbler, creator of the Hervler Nerbler Curve.