GLENN: We have people arguing over actual facts. Like all of these organizations are tied to George Soros, printed in the New York Times. Okay. That somehow or another is being questioned, but not the New York Times. New York Times is not a place where fake news happens. But yet, they apparently must have printed the fake news because Glenn Beck is a conspiratorial freak who's back to his old tricks with fake news about George Soros.
PAT: Which came from the New York Times.
GLENN: Came from the New York Times. I mean, where do we go when neither side will agree?
GLENN: And neither side is self-aware.
PAT: A really good example of that is the argument at the rally that they had between -- I think the guy was one of the bikers that came and were trying to speak truth to the people who were protesting.
PAT: Big joke.
JEFFY: Well, he was with his bicycle. He was just walking through the crowd with his bicycle.
PAT: Okay. But this black bicyclist confronted some of these women who were yelling about women's rights. And his issue was Planned Parenthood. And he said, "Look, that's not a good organization." But here's all that was accomplished. See how settled this argument is now.
VOICE: Political correctness is a disease!
VOICE: I feel sorry for you.
VOICE: Oh, yeah. I feel sorry for you because Planned Parenthood is a racist system. Margaret Sanger was --
VOICE: You cannot say --
VOICE: You know what, Margaret Sanger thought very little -- low of black people. She thought they were ignorant and they shouldn't exist and reproduce. And, you know what, Planned Parenthood is about? Planned Parenthood is to sterilize black people.
VOICE: You're a liar! You're a liar! That's a lie! You cannot put down -- you cannot put down --
VOICE: We shouldn't be funding any type of Planned Parenthood.
GLENN: But she's making a good point too. A black man and a black woman yelling at each other in the street.
VOICE: No, no. I disagree.
VOICE: Planned Parenthood is a joke. And anyone that doesn't know their history, know your history about Margaret Sanger, the beginning of Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood is the most racist organization. Know your history before you start supporting something.
GLENN: It is -- it is nice though to see that blacks are waking up to Planned Parenthood.
PAT: I love that. I love that.
GLENN: Yeah, I think that's starting to come undone. I think -- I mean, you know, if you were a Leninist and you didn't believe necessarily in Marxism, but you did believe in destroying the system --
GLENN: -- and tearing all of it apart, you would be happy today. You would be happy. Because it's all going to come undone.
STU: And that is the audio of -- it's a reenactment of the text of every Facebook argument in America right now.
GLENN: And Twitter. And Twitter.
PAT: And Twitter.
STU: That's all it is.
JEFFY: No, it's worse on Facebook.
STU: My wife had yesterday posted something relatively innocuous on the issue of abortion, which she opposes. And, of course, she has lots of friends, however, who do not oppose that and began --
GLENN: Finally know about Stu and his wife.
PAT: Yep. Yep. The people they hang out with.
STU: So it was this great -- they went back and forth, of course. And, you know, my advice in these situations is realize they're meaningless.
PAT: Get out of it. Yeah.
STU: Realize -- one of the people on her little feed there had gone to the march and was obviously a hard-core liberal. And I'm like, "You're not going to change -- you're not going to change any minds. You're just going to wind up getting pissed off and screaming at each other."
PAT: And it wrecks your day.
STU: And it wrecks your day. But in the world that we live in, luckily these things don't wreck our day. And I feel very confident in just blowing them off.
But one of the people -- one of the I guess women who went to the rally wrote something to the effect of -- first of all, it was this long diatribe about, if you let the government into your business, they -- what's next? Where are they going to go from there? If you let them do stuff with your body, where do you go from there?
PAT: Are you kidding me?
STU: It's like nice you found limited government in this one issue.
PAT: Jeez. That's unreal.
STU: You can do anything else you want. The federal government has control of your entire life, but this one issue when it involves another person is off-limits, which is always entertaining.
But she writes something to the effect of, I am not going to let -- first of all, Planned Parenthood does a lot of good things. And I'm not going to let some old white perv-y congressman tell me what to do with my body.
Now, just in that two-sentence period, the amount of idiocy contained is -- it's almost incomprehensible.
PAT: It's mind-boggling.
STU: First of all, Planned Parenthood, they may very well do many things that are positive.
In fact, if they -- and this is how you know it, if they stopped doing abortions, no one would protest them. No one would care that they existed. If they stopped doing abortions and only did cancer screenings, there wouldn't be one person on earth who opposed them. Nobody. Everyone would be completely fine. It's this one issue.
Well, they're -- you don't want people to tell you about your body. Well, you know what, let's go to this point. We all would agree that a tumor is a bunch of meaningless cells that we don't care about. There's no life there. We don't care about it. Have you ever seen a conservative oppose removing a tumor?
Have you ever seen a conservative oppose removing a lump of cells that is benign? No. Because they don't care -- it's not about your body. It's about the other person. And that is a vital thing that we care about. We care about the other person.
And then finally, I loved how it was old white perv-y congressmen.
STU: First of all, perv-y. They're perv-y because why? They care about an issue that relates to children being born? Well, is that a perverted thing? Are you saying it's perverted because they're old men who care about a women's issue, which every Democrat does that you praise, right?
PAT: And if it's a black perv, is it okay?
STU: And that's the last part, what the hell does somebody's race have to do with it? You're making racially based decisions on this issue? Why? What does that have to do with anything? And it's like these things are so inherently pathetic -- oh, and, by the way, then they went on to the 97 percent thing on abortion with Planned Parenthood. Well, it's only 3 percent of their business.
STU: No, it's not. And we've debunked that stat many, many times. Again, how can you use the stat. If it's 3 percent --
GLENN: Then get out of it.
STU: Well, first of all, it's not 3 percent of their business.
JEFFY: Not even close.
STU: For example, if every single person went to Planned Parenthood and the first thing they said walking through the door was, "I would like an abortion, please do it for me," they would do multiple tests on each person. And Planned Parenthood, because they're trying to lie to stupid people who will quote it on Facebook, count each individual thing like a blood test or an STD test or a consultation as an individual procedure. So if every person walked into Planned Parenthood and said, "I want an abortion today," they would say, "Only 25 percent of our procedures are abortions."
GLENN: All right. Now, this.
STU: But, I mean --
GLENN: I got it. I got it.
You don't like Planned Parenthood. Your wife is some rabid anti-abortion --
STU: What was happening during that break? You were under the couch?
GLENN: I couldn't take you anymore. I couldn't take you anymore.
PAT: So he was trying to crawl under the couch?
GLENN: I want to tell you -- I want to tell you -- I want to talk --
PAT: He was looking for his old man glasses.
GLENN: I want to talk to you about digital wallets, virtual currencies, money transfer apps. There's new technology every day that is eliminating the need for cash payments. And now the Nobel prize-winning economists in Davos has said that moving to the digital economy will have benefits that outweigh the costs. And the United States needs to be a cashless society.
STU: That's the only way it means anything anymore.