Woman With Perfect Memory Answers Glenn's Question — Is It Heaven or Hell?

What if you could recall every birthday, every holiday --- and every word of Harry Potter? Would you want to? Rebecca Sharrock, a 27-year-old woman from Australia, can do just that.

Sharrock has a rare condition known as Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory (HSAM), which gives her an extraordinary memory. Glenn spoke with her on radio today and asked an interesting question --- is is heaven or hell?

Enjoy the complimentary clip or read the transcript for details.

GLENN: I have always thought that the universe is far too efficient to have a devil and a bunch of other devils with that pitchforks and a giant lake of fire, where you're burning forever in torment. It's too efficient for that.

Why wouldn't there be the system that would allow you to torment yourself. And the way to do that is to have absolute perfect recollection for every hurtful thing you've ever done or has been done to you. Every pain that you have caused. Every pain that you have felt. To have perfect recollection and relive it over and over, as if it is happening to you now.

There's a woman in Brisbane, Australia. She's one of only 80 in the world that have perfect recollection. It's actually called Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. HSAM.

And she has just come out on her blog, and she said, "I can remember every word of Harry Potter. I can remember everything, including my first memory when I was 12 days old, being placed in the baby car seat in the car. It was my dad's idea," she said.

Rebecca Sharrock is with us from Brisbane, Australia now.

Hello, Rebecca, how are you?

REBECCA: Hi, I'm good. Yourself?

GLENN: We're -- we're good.

I hope this interview goes well because you'll forever remember it.

The -- can you start at the earliest memory -- the 12-year-old memory -- or 12-day-old memory that you have?

REBECCA: That particular memory is the earliest one I can date. It was -- I was being carried in a blanket by my mom to the car seat. And I was placed down on the sheepskin carport. And I was looking up at the steering wheel. And at that age, I was curious as to what things were. But it didn't occur to me yet to get up and explore what it was. And at that similar age, I would just be in my crib, and I would look -- I would look up at the stand-up fan next to me, or I would look at my toys above me. And I would just -- I'd have curiosity there.

GLENN: So do you remember what you felt? Do you remember feeling the love from your mother and father? Do you remember hearing arguments? I mean, we always -- we always talk about the impact of what's happening around a baby. You're somebody that can actually tell us if that's true or not.

REBECCA: Yeah, absolute -- as a small baby, I would hear everything my mom would say to me. She would tell me these words. The thing is, at that age, I didn't understand what those words meant. It was much like as an adult now, when I hear a language I don't know.

PAT: Hmm.

REBECCA: But when I have memories of what was told to me when I was baby, I can understand it as an adult. Such as when I was two weeks old, that was my first Christmas. And I can remember people coming into me saying, Merry Christmas. But I didn't know what Merry Christmas meant then. But now when I remember it, I can recall. I know what it means now.

PAT: Have you now called those people back and said, "Yeah, Merry Christmas back at you."



GLENN: So you say you can remember -- you can remember the weather forecast of every day. What you had for breakfast every day. Does this file in your head by date or how? If I give you a date, could you tell us what you were doing, or how does this work in your head?

REBECCA: It's interesting because dates in my mind take I can remember dates from experience. So if I was aware of the date on the day, I can tell you what day of the week it was. Which is -- I had a calendar in my brain since I was 14. So every time I cross off the calendar every day, I have memories of doing that. But when I was at school, before I had a calendar, I'd still have to write the date down at the top of my assessments, and so I remember the dates on that.

GLENN: Did you -- you had to have had straight A's?

REBECCA: No. I -- I often -- in subjects I did get A's in was spelling. And I got A's in algebra and trigonometry. But everything else, due to my autism, I was slower at processing. So it was interesting. Because I'd often have all the answers for the exams, but the only problem is, I had been three months to late. Yeah.

GLENN: So you had a problem -- how long have you known -- how long have you been open about this? Because you just came out on your blog with this. And you're only one of 80 in the world.

REBECCA: The way I found out about HSAM -- what's interesting is that until I was 21, I thought everyone remembered in that kind of way. But my parents then called me in to see something on television, and it was about a small group of people who had this unusual memory, where they couldn't forget any days since they were children. And I was saying to my parents, I said, "Why are they calling it unusual? Isn't it normal for people to remember like that?"

And my parents said, "No, it's not." So they asked me if it was okay for them to send the University of California, Irvine, an email because they discovered the people on the segment of the show.

And I was only half listening when I said, "Yeah, okay." Because there were two things I was processing. One, that the way I remembered wasn't normal. And, two, that type of memory was extremely rare. So, yeah.

PAT: Are you -- are you tormented by memories, Rebecca? Or -- like, do you consider this a blessing or a curse?

REBECCA: I used to -- in -- many years ago, I used to look at it as a curse. Because I would like reliving all of the stuff that I do.

PAT: Yeah.

REBECCA: But now, I'm looking at it as a little bit of both.

GLENN: Uh-huh.

REBECCA: Now I'm -- I understand why I keep reliving things. And I'm realizing to myself, "This has a name to it. It's not necessarily just --

PAT: Uh-huh.

REBECCA: And I'm thinking to myself, "It's not necessarily completely a bad thing anymore."

GLENN: On when you do --

REBECCA: When I found out I had autism --

GLENN: When you do remember things. And I don't want to take you down a lane you don't want to go. But do you remember -- is it like you're -- I'm thinking of just the cruel things that I may have said or have been said to me. I'm glad that I forget those and the memory fades.


GLENN: So do you recall them as if they are the same feeling? You have the same impact?


GLENN: Oh, my gosh.

PAT: Wow. Wow.

REBECCA: Because emotionally, I relive it as however old I was back then, but my conscience is an adult. And that often causes a lot of confusion as well.

PAT: Right.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh.

PAT: There's got to be jobs though, where this kind of ability would come in really handy.

GLENN: Mathematics of some sort.

PAT: Yeah. Are -- what do you do for a living?

REBECCA: For a living, I'm a -- I'm a public speaker, and I do autism advocacy work. And I'm a public speaker now with the I CAN Network. So I go around to -- I go around to local conferences, and I do seminar talks there. And HSAM does help because when I write scripts --

PAT: You can remember them.

REBECCA: It's easier for me to just remember them.

PAT: Yeah.

REBECCA: I also do blogging as well with Special Kids Company.

GLENN: Rebecca, what is the -- what is the one thing that you would take and say, "Boy, I wish everyone could experience this?" That you have that we don't.

REBECCA: The things -- the thing that makes me so happy about my HSAM is that I can still enjoy my birthdays and Christmases in the same way as I did as a child. Because even as an adult, I can wake up on my birthday, and I'm just reliving all of these happy, exciting memories from when I was a child. And I can just -- I can -- I don't even need the same presents. I can just sit there, and I'm just reliving happy memories.

GLENN: Do you believe in heaven and hell? Do you believe in God?


GLENN: You do? Is this what -- do you think this would be what heaven or hell would be like?

REBECCA: Often I think -- I use like a little bit of both. But it happens definitely on my birthdays and whenever I visit Disney parks or theme parks. That's when I'm definitely in heaven.

GLENN: Rebecca, thank you so much for sharing your life with us. Something that --

REBECCA: Oh, you're welcome.

GLENN: Pardon me?

Oh, you're welcome?

PAT: Yeah.

REBECCA: Yeah, you're welcome. I'm really glad to have had the opportunity to speak to you.

GLENN: Sure. One more question, just curious, do you have to -- when you memorize things, you said, "As I write, it's easier for me to remember," do you have to work on memorizing things at all, or can you just write something or read something and you'll remember it word-for-word?

REBECCA: I'd say Harry Potter especially because I have such an emotional connection to it because I was introduced to it by my favorite teacher when I was in the fourth grade. But in terms of when I'm doing speeches or blogs, it's something I enjoy doing. It relaxes me. Just to go to writing, just to zone out. Like write the script, or do a talk to zone out. So it's work, but it's work that I enjoy. That's how it feels.

GLENN: Do you see memories like reading -- do you see a -- almost a photo of the -- or do you -- is it like seeing the page, when you're -- when you are remembering things like Harry Potter?

REBECCA: I've been tested by the UCI for a photographic memory. And I've got really poor photographic memory. But the way I remember things, I remember them in sequences I experienced them.

GLENN: Okay.

REBECCA: So I remember just the cycle of the words in my head.

GLENN: So you have more of an emotional memory?

REBECCA: Yeah. And that --


REBECCA: And that really does counteract with my autism in that sense. So...

GLENN: Hmm. Wow. Rebecca, thank you. God bless you. Thank you so much.

REBECCA: Oh, you're welcome.

GLENN: We wish you the best.

Rebecca Sharrock from Brisbane, Australia, one of the 80 women on the planet that have perfect recollection of their life. And it's worse, Pat, than we thought.

PAT: Hmm.

GLENN: Because she doesn't have -- photographic memory is something that I would love to have.

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: Be able to read something once and be able to recall everything. She's got an emotional memory, which is, ooh.

PAT: Pretty amazing. Yeah, like she said, the things that she heard as a child and didn't understand. Now she understands, and so makes it even worse. Right?

GLENN: Or -- or better -- as she said --

PAT: Or better.

GLENN: -- both heaven and hell.

PAT: Or better.

STU: Right. Because you would think you would be able to say logically in your head now that that hurtful thing a 7-year-old said to me back in the day was actually worthless and pointless. Like, you'd feel yourself going through an emotional reaction, and then you realize, it didn't make any difference, and there's no need for me to react that way. But with her condition, I guess that wouldn't happen. You'd just go through that process. I mean, that would be really, really terrible.

JEFFY: Yeah, it would.

GLENN: I forgot to ask her if she remembers her childhood better, of the days gone by, better than they are now.

STU: Hmm.

PAT: Hmm.

GLENN: You know what I mean? Has I wanted to ask her if she's ever blown off an appointment and used the excuse, I forgot. Sorry, I forgot. Because if someone doesn't know you, it's still a valid excuse, right?

JEFFY: Right.

STU: So if you know you're being dishonest --

GLENN: But it sounds like she can forget.

STU: Yeah. I guess it's not -- that's why I guess it's such a weird thing to have to deal with.

GLENN: Yeah. I will tell you, as an alcoholic -- I mean, part of the thing that drove me to alcoholism was the mistake of your past just pile up. And some people can deal with them. Some people can't. And I was one that just couldn't deal with the problems of my past. I never dealt with them. And just started to break apart. And that is, to me why, you know, Jesus is so important, to come and redeem and wash me of all of the past.

And it really did -- for me, it really did bury my past. It dealt with it and buried it. And it's in the past. I can't imagine -- I can't imagine -- that's total hell. Total hell.

Nerdrotic: Why “The Acolyte” Proves Disney HATES Star Wars Fans

Nerdrotic: Why “The Acolyte” Proves Disney HATES Star Wars Fans

Disney’s newest Star Wars series, “The Acolyte,” has received some of the worst fan ratings in the franchise’s history — 14% on Rotten Tomatoes!. But is it because of racism, as the show’s star, Amandla Stenberg, suggests? Or maybe, as media critic Gary Buechler of‪@nerdrotic‬ believes, it’s because “The Acolyte” destroys Star Wars lore left and right. Gary joins Glenn to break it all down, from the “lesbian space witch” plot that somehow made Glenn defend midi-chlorians to how the show seems to prioritize DEI requirements above good storytelling: “Disney doesn't understand Star Wars fans … They hate the fans. And they actively hate Star Wars.”


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: The one and only, Gary Buechler is on. Nerdrotic is what he is known as. And he has been hysterical, on the new Star Wars series from Disney+ called The Acolyte.

I haven't seen it. But I have heard about it, and I have heard my friends talking about Gary, and his conversations on it.

Disney is actually blaming him for the loss of credibility on that new space thriller of the space lesbian witches. And YouTube has actually dinged him. And is giving him strikes.

Because he is a hatemonger. Because he doesn't like the lesbian witches in space.

Gary, you're here to answer for yourself, brother. What's happening?

GARY: I'm here to answer for my sins against Disney. Thank you for having me on, Glenn. And that is happening to -- it's not -- it's random. But it's happening to a lot of YouTubers. And commentators. And I'm not sure if you're aware.

The star, Amandla Stenberg yesterday released a diss track against Star Wars fans, and she is copyright claiming, and dinging everybody on YouTube as well for her blatant attack on the Star Wars fandom, which is always, you know, just a great strategy, which, oh, by the way, never worked.

GLENN: Yeah, I know. It's really great.

Look, I'm a star of this new show, you know, from just this legacy that have been loved for 50 years.

And I'm a big Star Wars fan. But all the Star Wars fans, they really suck a lot. They really -- they're crazy. They don't know, you know, talent when they see it. They don't know a good story line. Yeah, that's the way to attract those -- those loyal viewers, every single time.

I saw the Rotten Tomatoes.

The -- the -- the experts tell us that it's absolutely fantastic. 84 percent.

The average audience score is 14.

GARY: That's a bit high in my opinion.

GLENN: Yeah.

GARY: So --

GLENN: Tell us the story first. What is the story?

GARY: Oh, the story of The Acolyte is as you said, there is a coven of lesbian space witches, who magically conceived identical twins without a father, through a power of not the Force, the Thread. By the way, somebody needs to call Darth Povich because the twins don't look anything like mom. They don't have horns.

And they were split up at -- at the age of like -- I would say it's eight or nine. And they haven't seen each other for 19 years. Yet they have identical haircuts.

GLENN: Really? What are the odds of the hair cut thing? Really? That's crazy!

GARY: Well, you know, a good hairstylist keeps her secrets, so obviously she isn't telling either one that they're going to the same one. But...

GLENN: So before we get into more of the lesbian space witch thing, which I think America and the world has been crying out for, for a very long time.

GARY: Yes.

GLENN: Tell me who is in charge of this disaster in space. Who did they get to -- to run this?

GARY: Oh. Former personal assistant to Harvey Weinstein, Leslye Headland is the head writer on this show.


GARY: Yeah, I know. It's shocking. That somehow, somebody connected to Harvey Weinstein can get work.

GLENN: Yeah. I would think they would be in the federal witness protection program myself.

But they might even turn them down. The -- so she -- she found work, after being the personal assistant. So the one that was lining up all the hotel room meetings and everything else.

She's now the head writer of the lesbian space witch show.

GARY: She is. I think the term is Judas goat.

I think that's -- she got a job by begging for it on the red carpet. When she was famously asked what's your favorite Star Wars. And she said, all the Star Wars. Obviously, not knowing a single thing about it.

Later, she's come out and claimed, that she does.

And she's written this entire story, that not only passes the Bechtel test. It passes any DEI requirement with flying colors for lack of a better description.

GLENN: So go ahead.

GARY: No. Ultimately, it's -- it's the story, Glenn.

What -- what Disney loves to do is conflate whatever happens on Twitter, and any kind of complaints. With like real criticisms of this show.

And ultimately, despite all the obvious, quote, unquote, diversity. Which is just meant to exclude, well, white man. Let's be real.

And it's just a bad story, that destroys the lore. And that's what Star Wars fans are mad about. It goes back to the past and it undercuts Anakin, his entire redemptive arc, the specialness of Anakin and the prophecy. And every time they release another minute of Disney Star Wars, I can't even call it Star Wars. It's Disney Star Wars.

On D+, it destroys more lore, and that's what the fans are upset about.

The thing is, this has been going on for years now, Glenn. You can go back all the way now to the force awakens. And it seems to come to a head on this show, for some reason.

When I think it probably could come to a head five other times. Six other times.

GLENN: But why this one?

I mean, they -- have they just been like, you know what, we've tried suddenly to kill this thing?

Let's just finally kill it.

CHARLIE: Right. They found a way to kill something again! It's pretty amazing.

I would argue that Obi-Wan Kenobi is much worse, as far as destroying lore.

Obi-Wan, his sole purpose was to watch Luke. They had a show where he takes off on Luke twice, follows around a little baby Princess Leia, who never mentions meeting him as a kid.

And fights Darth Vader twice. So it really shouldn't surprise anybody.

But I guess this show is -- I would equate it. Oh, go ahead.

GLENN: No. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

We have a delay and I'm -- I forget, I'm so excited to talk to you about this.

The -- the -- I never thought I would be in a position of Defending midi-chlorians. But this one kind of throws all of that out. Right?

GARY: It kind of does. I personally am not a fan of midi-chlorians. And never will be.

GLENN: Oh, I hate it.

GARY: Absolutely hate it. But I guess Disney Star Wars has proven, things can always get worse. And the biggest victory comes with the prequels. Like the prequels are now looked at which more fondly than they were before, thanks to every bit of Disney Star Wars, Lucasfilm has created.

But with this show in particular, it's just hit the zeitgeist.

Because I would equate it to the marvels from last year. It was just so predictably bad. And that it still beat our very lowered expectations of how bad it would be.

And it's a show, if you see it, it's contradictory.

You have characters, contradicting each other. None of it actually makes any sense in -- for storytelling-wise. You spend your first two episodes establishing a character. Then you go into a flashback for an entire episode. That really doesn't tell you anything new.

Then the last episode was 27 minutes long. Without previously being on credits.

And nothing happens. Absolutely nothing happens. And, oh, by the way, it cost $180 million to produce.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh.

What is -- what has happened to Disney? I mean, besides all of the DEI crap.

They just -- the greatest storytelling company ever, cannot seem to tell a story anymore!

CHARLIE: No, they are creative bankruptcy personified now.

And they were on the top when Bob Iger decided to buy a bunch of franchises.

And everybody was calling him this massive genius when he just went on a shopping spree. And never bothered looking into what it takes to cultivate these franchises and keep them around.

What it took to keep them around for decades. You know, it's not being talked about as much. But they have a Dr. Who Show, that they're now in charge of, running around with Acolyte.

It's a race to the bottom with both of these.

GLENN: I love Doctor Who. And their -- and their --


GLENN: When did Disney buy into Doctor Who? I hate the BBC, but how did the BBC even let that happen?

GARY: Well, they were about to cancel it because the first female doctor played by Jodie Whittaker, by the way, wasn't a hit like they suspected.

GLENN: Oh, no. What a surprise.

GARY: Yeah. What a shock. So they decided to bring back Russell T. Davies, who had brought the show back in 2005. And it was extremely good and popular. And it's just proved that you can't go home again, and how much has changed in entertainment, Glenn.

I -- post-2016, you have the guy who originally brought it back. Made it a worldwide sensation.

Making the worst Doctor Who now.

And, of course, it's filled with things like pronouns.

And we had -- it's not even the first like male kiss. You know, gay kiss. In Dr. Woman WHO. But they gave this one to the doctor. And made it more prominent with the first black gay doctor. And they're in this trap now.

Instead of giving the fans what they want and just making good entertainment, they have to abide. You know, and the BBC started this much earlier on back in 2012.

The Diversity and Inclusion Initiative, which is all the DEI stuff. And it prevents them from telling a good story. They have so many rules on themselves.

So with the corporatism, it goes back to Disney. With the corporatism, they really can't take chances anymore.

And this even goes beyond woke entertainment. They just need to have this built-in audience, to spend money on anything. And in my opinion, overspend.

And what makes things insane is they paid so much money for this built-in audience, that they immediately decide to piss off. Not only with their story telling. They come out and gaslight the fandom, with a term that's a real term called fan baiting. Which is to start controversies online, so people are talking about their show.

And, again, I haven't seen an example of this ever working. But they've been doing it now for seven or eight years.

GLENN: We're talking to the Gary Buechler.

So we're talking to Gary Buechler about Nerdrotic. Or he's -- he is Nerdrotic online. We're talking about the new Disney show. You know, they omitted they had a secret gay agenda. And I really don't care. And I really don't care.

But God, stop preaching to us, and stop trying to make it look like the whole universe is, you know, lesbian space witches.

Because it just ain't. It's just not.

And, you know, I used to think, that George Lucas was the biggest problem to Star Wars. Because he would introduce things like Jar Jar Binks. Like, oh, jeez. But at least he cared about the story. At least the story of the force was consistent. And it built on each other.

Not anymore!

GARY: No. Not anymore. This was a basic story of good versus evil, and it doesn't work in the modern nihilist times that we're in. Where, oh, it's gray. And the Jedi are bad. George was a genius. George is at the top of his craft -- he -- there will never be anything like him again.

Was he the best storyteller? No, he actually had a lot of help with the original trilogy. Not much help with the prequels. But he still -- when he's putting in half the effort, he's better than everybody in Hollywood.

And he's looking much better nowadays too. Unfortunately, with Bob Iger, with Nelson Peltz and because he's an old man. Right? He's in his 80s. He doesn't want to rock the boat. He made a lot of money on this Disney deal.

A lot of money. But Disney doesn't understand Star Wars. They never will.

And more importantly, they don't understand Star Wars fans. And they actively hate them. Which has been kind of the undercurrent.


GLENN: No. I don't think they understand anybody.

I really don't. I don't think they understand their own Disney fans.

You know, the children in their families. They don't understand any of it.

They act as though they do hate them.

GARY: Because they do. And forgive me. This isn't Glenn's fault. This is my first radio interview. And I apologize. And thanks for having me on, Glenn.

They hate the fans. And they actively hate Star Wars. And they're now calling the fans racists and bigots for pointing out inconsistencies of lore, like normal fan stuff. Stuff that fans have done forever and will do Trevor.

And Hollywood is having a very hard time in -- in the social media era. We've seen the death of the movie star. And, quite frankly, it's because we got to know them.

And now it's based on property. Right?
And they don't want to take the time to understand these properties. And you can't use the old model of, oh, well, we can just change stuff, and nobody is going to care. No. A lot of people always cared. Now you're going to hear about it, a lot. And you have to figure this out, or you're going down.

GLENN: Gary, thank you so much for talking to us on. He's one of the largest pop culture voices on YouTube and social media. And the establishment, Disney, and everybody seems to be afraid of his voice. Because he's -- he's just speaking the truth that we all know.

What the IDF Just Said About Hamas Should "TERRIFY EVERYBODY"

What the IDF Just Said About Hamas Should "TERRIFY EVERYBODY"

The IDF’s head spokesman, Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari, recently claimed that Hamas can’t be defeated because it’s “an idea rooted in the hearts of the people,” and we can’t destroy ideas. But Glenn has a few questions: Does that mean we shouldn’t have destroyed Nazi Germany? Should we have allowed Hitler or Stalin to take over the entire world? Naziism hasn’t been eradicated…but its government has. What about theft and looting? Those are “ideas” that we haven’t defeated. Should we just stop policing? Because that worked great after the BLM riots! Hamas, just like Nazi Germany, is more than an idea, Glenn argues. It’s a GOVERNMENT that MUST be defeated.


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: So this is trending on X, right now. And it's about rear admiral, Daniel Hagari.

He's the IDF spokesman. And you've seen him possibly in press conferences and interviews. And video clips. Trying to show the world what Gaza really is like.

The terror tunnels under the houses and the streets. And the yards of deep and hundreds of miles long, and filled with weapons and workshops and schools.

And the weapons and the UN facilities, the command posts under the hospitals. Missile launchers everywhere.

That's what he's been doing. And he's seemed really solid. Until last week, he was in, doing an Israeli TV interview.

Sorry, it wasn't last week. It was this week. And he said, whomever thinks it's possible to destroy Hamas, is wrong.

Hamas is an idea. Whomever thinks it's possible to make it disappear, is wrong.

What? No.

You're wrong. First of all, Hamas isn't just an idea.

Ideas grow and grow, until they become almost an entity.

This is the demonic embodiment of timeless, ageless hate. It is a culture of death and child sacrifice.

It is one of the worst evils humanity has ever produced.

And it starts with the Nazis!

Yes. Its core ideas.

But Hamas is more than just an idea.

It is like the Nazis!

That was more than Mein Kampf.

Stalin's USSR was more than Marxist ramblings. Yes, all of the ideas were at their core.

Yes. Naziism is an idea. And we haven't wiped Naziism out.

After all of this time, it's still here. And it's thriving in Hamas. And other places, in the Middle East.

Yes. Hatred dies hard. And, no, we're -- we no longer need reminders that anti-Semitism is incredibly difficult to get rid of. Thank you very much.

Yes. We still had murder. We still have violence. We still have rape. We still have theft.

Not even the Ten Commandments could do away with those. Not even God himself might have something to do with the way God created us and gave us freedom of choice. It has something to do with human nature, I'm pretty sure.

But should we have given up on eradicating the Nazi part of Nazi Germany?

Should we have stopped at Berlin's gates? You know, we can't win. Naziism is an idea. It can't be eliminated. There's really no point.

We should stop this. Should we have done that?

Should we have allowed Stalin to take the whole world? Should we end all policing, like they're starting to here in America? Because someone will always steal and murder.

I don't know if you've seen that. Where they're trying to do things like that.

It's not going real great.

I'm up here in the mountains.

The mountain West.

And we're mowing our lawn, in front. We just have field grass.

We mowed the front of the lawn around the how. So no rattle snakes are right up against the house. Well, there will always be snakes.

Yeah. But shouldn't we at least try to keep the snakes away?

Couldn't we try to -- I don't know. Take them at least remove those that are right at your -- the feet of your children? Or under your children's bed for the love of Pete?

Or will you just say, you know, there's always snakes.

Honey, I'm not going to mow the lawn. There will always be snakes.

Are you seriously suggesting that we're not better off, than we would be, had we left the Nazis in power?

Or if the USSR hadn't lost the Cold War Are you Seriously trying to say, that we wouldn't be better off? Yeah you're right.

Their ideas are not dead, and maybe they will never be.

But Nazi Germany is dead. And the world is immeasurably better for it.

It's not just an idea. It's not just an entity now.

It's a government!

Shouldn't we not try to take Hamas?

Take out every last member, we can.

Deny it both rule over territory. And the ability to harm anyone ever again?

You know, well, it's just Israel. Israel. Israel. Really? Really?

Do you think that when they're done with Israel, they'll stop with the Jews? History has shown that we can. You know why we fight communism so hard now?

Because the left infiltrated our -- our schools, our media, and everything else.

And white-washed the Soviet Union. Stalin was worse as Hitler as far as death toll.

But we don't watch documentaries about Russia all the time. Do we?

I don't know why.

But, boy, they've made quite a killing on the Nazi stuff. And maybe it's because the Nazis had snappy uniforms designed by Hugo Boss.

Maybe it's because a -- a -- a country we could relate to, was one of the scientific wonders of the world. Suddenly went dark and insane.

But we've taught it over and over again, how bad that is. And, yes. That idea still is around.

But we're not fighting a government.

This, I think was a huge boost to Hamas' morale. And that of its friends.

And poison for the Israeli morale.

Are they in a fight that the IDF itself doesn't think it can succeed and win?

If you're fighting and you don't believe that you can and will prevail, then you will not prevail.

Think about all of those who have fought and died and bled. The hundreds of thousands of Israelis, still displaced from their homes, almost nine months in.

The millions who fear and pray for their relatives and friends in uniform. The millions more who understand, that if Hamas doesn't die today. If we don't take out this snake and mow the lawns and cut the heads off of all of them we can find, it will come back tomorrow. And maybe bring some trends. And do worse than last time.

Was this message approved? By his government?

Because the government is supposed to be in control of the army.

The government said, the security cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has defined the destruction of Hamas military and governing capabilities as one of the goals of the war.

The IDF, of course, is committed to this. Okay. This should terrify everybody, not just Israelis. Because at best, this is politics.

Israelis trust the IDF, to the rank of colonel. Anybody above that, is political appointments. You know, at least as much as their military merit appointments.

They don't trust them, just like we don't trust ours.

We trust our soldiers.

But when you get on top of the Pentagon. It's all politics.

Same thing.

Except, Israel's government is in real trouble.

It may fall, the parliamentary system and all.

Netanyahu's chief rival has left the war cabinet now, during a hot war, for obviously political motives.

At worst, this is a sign of one more very serious breakdown in the West's moral fiber.

This time, it's -- it's the last useful fighting force in the area!

This isn't about refugees.

This isn't about territory.

This is about good versus evil.

Civilizational. Existential.

Not just for Israel. The West is riddled for supporters of Hamas.

And they're clones. They're marching in our own streets!

Do you think if Hamas is reenergized it's going to be good for America?

Our common enemies there are a openly and often, that they intend to take down the great Satan.

Not just the little one.

Israel is the little Satan.

We are the great Satan.

They will come for the -- as they say, the Sunday people. Not just the Saturday people.

If Israel fails in this, the world will be darker for it.

But it will not stop there.

They will come for the rest of us.

This -- I don't even. Spokesperson is all I can.

It's wrong!

We must stand.

We have to take out the monsters. And defend the house.

PROOF the DOJ Is Running Election Interference for Joe Biden | Ep 360

PROOF the DOJ Is Running Election Interference for Joe Biden | Ep 360

After Hunter Biden was found guilty of a minor gun charge, Democrats and the media were quick to use his conviction as evidence that all is “hunky-dory” with the justice system under President Joe Biden. Anyone who questioned the Left's "fair justice" narrative was branded a conspiracy theorist. Cue New York Magazine: “Hunter Biden Conviction Blows Up Republican Conspiracy Theories” and Vanity Fair: “Trump and Co. Come Up with Most Deranged Theory Yet: Joe Biden Wanted Hunter Biden to Be Found Guilty.” Never mind the fact that the only reason Hunter went to trial is because a judge blew up a secret deal between his lawyers and his dad’s DOJ that all but gave him blanket immunity on tax fraud charges. But sure, the justice system is fair and impartial! Never mind the fact that the regime’s main political opponent in the upcoming presidential race — Donald Trump — was convicted on 34 BOGUS felonies and faces three more major trials. AND never mind that Trump's ally Steve Bannon was ordered to prison for contempt for Congress and yet Biden's Attorney General Merrick Garland got away with the EXACT same crime. Glenn lays out the case that proves the weaponization of our justice system goes right to the top. Through unredacted court documents, White House visitor logs, and documents from congressional committees, the evidence trail leads directly to the Joe Biden White House. Glenn is joined by legal warrior Harmeet Dhillon, a lawyer for Donald Trump and the Center for American Liberty founder and CEO. She says the weaponization of government she’s witnessed is unprecedented and believes the end game is to trigger civil unrest in the country if Trump is jailed. “The constant fear being injected into conservatives is deliberate,” Harmeet says. But she gives four solutions for how conservatives can avoid entrapment from a government treating them as enemies of the state.

This Doctor Warned About Fauci 20 Years Ago. Will We Listen Before It’s Too Late?

This Doctor Warned About Fauci 20 Years Ago. Will We Listen Before It’s Too Late?

Dr. Richard Ebright first warned about gain-of-function research and Dr. Fauci back in 2001. Recently, he sat down for a rare interview with Blaze Media Managing News Editor Leon Wolf to explain why we’re not out of the danger zone yet. Leon joins Glenn to break down some of the biggest warnings he gave: “Most biological attacks have not been carried out by terrorists. They were carried out by researchers with axes to grind.” So, why have our government and Fauci been so insistent about continuing gain-of-function research — and very sloppily at that? In his new article at, Leon argues that “gain-of-function” “might be fairly called a bioweapons research program.” And it didn’t end with COVID-19. Now, there’s rumors of a new bird flu spreading…


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