The History Channel aired a fascinating special last night on Nostradamus and his predictions for the 2016 election.
"I missed the last 15 minutes, and so I don't know. He apparently was supposed to say which one was going to win tonight," Glenn said Tuesday on his radio program.
One prediction was that a brutal man would run, one who gives too much attention to women, likes to brawl and will falsely call the election rigged.
"I mean, that's pretty amazing. Pretty amazing," Glenn said.
Read below or watch the clip for answers to these fascinating questions:
• In Jeffy a Nostradamus expert?
• Did Nostradamus predict that someone named Dump would win tonight?
• How did Nostradamus describe the person running against the "brutal" man?
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: Hey. I was watching the Nostradamus special last night on the History Channel. And my wife came in and she said, "What is this? Do we have to watch this for work?" And I'm like, "No, but it's Nostradamus, and he's made some predictions here about this election." And she's like, "Really?" And I'm like, "You can turn it off if you want." And she did, and I missed the last 15 minutes. And so I don't know. He apparently was supposed to say which one was going to win tonight.
So anybody who watched the Nostradamus special last night, call in. Because I want to know who did he say was going to win. I don't care. I just want to know which one
JEFFY: Not sure what quatrain he wrote it in?
PAT: He said somebody named Dump was going to win. He's always one letter off.
STU: He's always a letter or two off.
GLENN: Donald Dump.
JEFFY: Well, he had to write that way back in that day.
GLENN: I know. I know. Had to.
PAT: Did he?
STU: So wait. Was there any credibility to this as you were --
GLENN: Actually, while I was watching it, what was fascinating to me was he did say -- and they're tying it to this election. And I don't know. You got to read --
JEFFY: They tie everything. I know.
GLENN: I know. But there were specific things that were amazing. One was a brutal man -- a man who spends too much -- too much attention to women or something like that will anger people, will brawl -- likes to brawl, will run, and will -- will falsely call this a rigged election. That's a quote. Falsely call it a rigged election.
STU: And the other side?
GLENN: The other side, he will run against the queen whose papers will be stolen and the names and the places will be removed from them.
GLENN: I mean, that's pretty amazing. Pretty amazing.
GLENN: All right. I want to tell you what I learned. And I want to hear from you if you watched the Nostradamus thing. 877-727-BECK. But I want to tell you what I learned over the last year that's critical if we're going to move forward and actually move the conservative agenda ahead.
Featured Image: Copy of Garencières' 1672 English translation of the Prophecies (printed in London by Thomas Ratcliffe and Nathaniel Thompson; 1st English ed.), located in The P.I. Nixon Medical History Library of The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. (Wiki Commons)