GLENN: All right. So a couple of hard questions. Some for us, some for the media. Buzzfeed, help us map out Trump world.
What they've done is Buzzfeed has taken all of the business ventures that are connected to the Trump organization. So it's basically 7 degrees from Kevin Bacon. So anybody who is in direct business and then who is the next jumping point from them.
So Donald and then who is connected to his sons -- who is connected to anybody else in the organization?
PAT: Including his cabinet positions too.
PAT: The people that are in his cabinet, they've also diagrammed them. So you're going to have all of the -- you know, the Goldman Sachs people, and that's going to be a tangled web too.
GLENN: Right. So it's an interesting thing.
PAT: It is. It's a very interesting thing.
Have you ever seen anything like this before?
PAT: Yeah, I have.
GLENN: When have you seen that?
PAT: Let me think. Oh, that's -- with the Tides Foundation.
GLENN: With the Tides Foundation.
PAT: And George Soros.
GLENN: And George Soros. Why would I do that? And the labor unions. I remember SEIU. I remember the AFL-CIO.
PAT: You were trying to show that no president was more connected to all of these community organizing organizations.
GLENN: Right. So I was -- I diagrammed AFL-CIO. SEIU. ACORN, the Tides Foundation, and George Soros. And why did I do that?
Because I don't like these -- these community -- these harmless community organizing groups
PAT: And none of them are harmless. We all know they're social justice social organisms.
GLENN: Correct. Most of them are open borders, one world government, socialist, Marxist leaning.
GLENN: Okay? Not the pillar of American constitutionalism. So what I did was I spent two years diagramming all of the connections. For that, I was mocked, ridiculed, and called a conspiracy theorist. Now, here's the mainstream media --
PAT: It's amazing.
GLENN: -- who is afraid of business connections, saying, we ought to know exactly who he's connected to.
But this, remember, is not a conspiracy theorist. This is the news media. So they're not into conspiracies. They just want to know all the connections.
Do you remember when Twitter -- how did I first use Twitter? When Twitter first came out, remember, we used it first for watchdogs.
PAT: Oh, right.
GLENN: If you see a connection we might have missed, bark. Let us know.
STU: That is what Buzzfeed is asking for.
GLENN: That is exactly what they're asking for. They've turned into me. How does that make you feel, Buzzfeed? How does that make you feel, mainstream media?
Now, I'm going to do what the mainstream media and Buzzfeed wouldn't do to me. I think this is valid. I think we should look at every single president and everyone who is around him. Because if we would have, we would find social justice warriors that were 9/11 truthers and communist sympathizers, like Van Jones. But you don't have a problem with Van Jones. So that's -- that's why it's a conspiracy to even talk about him.
PAT: They do have a problem with Goldman Sachs.
PAT: And every connection that leads to.
GLENN: Correct. They have a problem with businesses. They have a problem with ExxonMobil. We don't have a problem with that.
Now, the thing is, can we find a balance that we look for the bad guys in business and the bad guys in -- in community organizing? Can we do that?
The answer should be yes. But are we doing it? The answer is clearly no. Because there's no self-awareness from the media. Fix that first. Physician, heal thyself.