GLENN: Dana Loesch. Is there anyone besides Pat's wife, is there anyone you would screw less with than Dana Loesch?
STU: No. Not a good idea.
GLENN: I think you put Dana and Donald Trump, she may win.
JEFFY: Oh, she just --
GLENN: And I don't know. I don't know how Donald Trump wins every time -- she might win.
GLENN: She is a considerable woman, and we are so thrilled that she has been working with us at the blaze. She just got a job as the NRA spokesperson, which nobody better. And she was at CPAC yesterday. Here's a little bit of what she said.
DANA: Do you know why Democrats lost in November? Because these people are worrying about how they're gonna put food on their table. They're worried about how they're going to pay their premiums, of the health care they didn't lose yet. They're worried about how they're going to keep their lights on, how they're going to keep their jobs when you had Hillary Clinton out there saying she was going to ruin the coal industry. These people were worried about being blown up if they decided to go up to the city and go out to the mall because we have domestic terror incidents. And instead of getting answers from one particular party, instead, they got lectured to about pronouns. They got lectured to about who can use whose bathroom. They got lectured about everything that has nothing to do with the vital necessities of day-to-day life, and that is why Democrats lost.
PAT: That's right.
GLENN: Absolutely right.
GLENN: Absolutely right.
PAT: I mean, what do you add to that?
GLENN: Good night, everybody.
GLENN: We have two minutes, so we should probably come up with something more.
PAT: We also heard she's talking about the NRA thing here.
GLENN: Yeah, here.
>> So proud and honored to have with a group that have been a member and defender of since I was a kid. And that's with the NRA. So technically -- I know. I know. I love them too. I am the special assistant to the office for public communication and a national spokesperson for the National Rifle Association.
[cheers and applause]
The original civil and natural rights group of the United States of America. And I couldn't be happier.
STU: That's great. It's a big deal.
GLENN: What a gig that is.
PAT: There's nobody better for it.
PAT: You know, I mean, you can go with Chuck Heston or Dana. I'm going with Dana every time.
GLENN: Well, Chuck was dead.
JEFFY: Chuck was good at the time.
GLENN: Chuck was unbelievable. Out of my cold, dead hands. It's Moses, for the love of Pete.
STU: Can we go back to the pronouns thing that she mentioned in that first clip?
STU: We're lectured on the strangest things that you think it's a bad thing to have men go to the men's room and women go to the women's room. Chris Cuomo talked about this, and we don't need to get into all the details. But someone tweeted to Chris, what do you tell a 12-year-old girl who doesn't want to say, you know, a guy's junk in the locker room? If this were to happen. And Chris Cuomo answered "I wonder if she is the problem or her overprotective and intolerant dad. Teach tolerance."
JEFFY: Oh, my gosh.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
STU: So 12-year-olds, they should be tolerant of seeing a guy's junk in the locker room?
PAT: That is unbelievable. What kind of world do we live in? We have to call BS on this crap. This is just wrong. It's just wrong. Why can everybody else on this planet be offended but not transgender? Everybody else has to bow down to the transgendered person who, by the way, isn't transgendered. They just think they're transgendered.
GLENN: Hang on just a second. It's not even about that. It's why is it that --
PAT: But even if it is.
GLENN: Everyone has to bow down to any special interest group that feels offended. What about my feelings?
PAT: They don't matter. Your 12-year-old daughter's feelings don't matter. They don't matter.
GLENN: It's unbelievable.
PAT: When did we just disregard our children like this?
GLENN: I may not come back. Bangkok is not the best place to stay. You're right.
PAT: Especially on this topic.