GLENN: Hello, America. There is another Planned Parenthood tape. This is worse than what we have heard before.
I'm sorry to say, we all need to hear it. We can't bury our head, and one of the most important subjects of our day. This is going to be the thing that 100 years from now, people will look back and say these grotesque monsters, how did they not stop this? Just like people say now about slavery. Not the people who owned slaves, but the people who were standing around and did nothing about it. Well, they tried. There were people that tried. There were a lot of people that didn't want to look at the problem. But in the end, we fixed it. And in the end, this will be fixed. This will be accomplished. We will stop murdering children in in the name of convenience. But right now we just to have take a look at the latest tape in the Planned Parenthood scandal. We begin there, right now.
GLENN: Hello, America. Pat, you want to set this up for us?
PAT: Yeah, they did more undercover video that has just been released. This was Planned Parenthood, at the National Abortion Federation. Apparently, they host -- the NAF hosted some kind the secretive annual meeting trade show every April. And so what we're about to hear is from this year's when they went in and started talking and listening to these medical directors, the Planned Parenthood people, some of the abortion activists -- and it's pretty chilling what they had to say.
VOICE: Our stories don't really have a place in a lot of pro-choice discourse and rhetoric. Right? The heads that get stuck that we can't get out.
GLENN: I can't --
PAT: So she said the heads that get stuck that we can't get out.
VOICE: The -- the hemorrhages
PAT: The hemorrhages that we manage.
VOICE: That we manage. You know, those are all parts of our experience.
PAT: Those are all parts of our experience. There's no real good place to go and talk about this kind of stuff. So apparently, she's inviting that really wonderful discussion here. So let's talk about all the heads that get stuck and all the arms and legs we pull off.
VOICE: But there's no real good place for us to share --
VOICE: The fetus is a tough little object. And taking it apart on day --
PAT: So she's saying the fetus is a tough little object, and taking it apart, I mean, taking it apart -- taking it apart on day one is very difficult.
VOICE: -- one is all very difficult.
VOICE: Oh, my God. I get it. When the skull is broken, that's really sharp.
PAT: You heard what she said? Oh, my God. I get it. When the skull is broken, it's really sharp.
She apparently cut her hand on a baby's skull.
VOICE: I understand why people are talking about getting that skull out. That (inaudible).
GLENN: I can't understand. What did she --
VOICE: Sometimes she'll tell me one is brain and leave the (inaudible) and try to basically take --
GLENN: What did she just say?
PAT: So now they're talking about taking the brain out and keeping it, and obviously then it's -- they're able to sell it. You separate it from the rest of the tissue.
Then another woman talks about an eyeball just fell down into my lap, when she was commuting -- you know, performing an abortion. And that was really gross.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
PAT: I mean --
STU: Why is it gross? Why? Why was it gross?
PAT: Right. It's just tissue. Right?
STU: Curious. Why would you think that's gross?
GLENN: Can I make a bold statement here? Stu doesn't want me to.
STU: No, I like you to be bold. But when you say -- when you give the disclaimer leading up to it, I know you're trying something that's untested material.
GLENN: No, it's not material. It's --
STU: I'm saying it in that way. Because it's -- you're saying something that you just thought of, that you have probably not thought through all the way. That's why I'm --
GLENN: May I think out loud for a minute? And that's a rhetorical question.
STU: It always is.
GLENN: Our problem is not the wicked. It's really not the wicked. It's not -- it's not the people who are performing the abortions. It's not. There will always be and there has always been those people that will do those things.
PAT: It's about all the people that don't care, right?
GLENN: Yes. It's about the apathy of the average person. It's --
GLENN: If -- if -- if I could stop all the wicked, but not affect the apathetic, more people will rise up. We -- if I could awaken the apathetic, it would stop the wicked.
But we concentrate on the wicked. And that's not the problem. It's really not the problem.
STU: Are you saying that you don't think we should play audio like this?
STU: Of the wicked?
GLENN: No. No, no, no.
We have to because this will not be seen on mainstream media.
GLENN: This is not going to be seen except in conservative circles.
But to -- perhaps -- we need to -- and I don't mind this. And honestly, the Catholics have done such an amazing job. I mean, I've talked to leaders of -- of my church. And they have said over and over again, "Thank God for the Catholics because the Catholics have led the way on this for a long time." And so I praise them. I -- I'm grateful for them. I'm grateful for the people who go down and take a stand and, you know, are outside of these clinics saying good things to the girls offering help.
You know, I don't think it helps to have the pictures of the cutup bodies because it's just so horrific. You just don't want to even look at it.
But I appreciate that. That has to be done. We have to take a stand there. And we have to call out Planned Parenthood.
But if we would spend more time trying to wake our friends and neighbors who are just asleep, how do we nudge them? How do we -- how do we just kind of gently -- nobody wants to you jump in. There's nothing worse than when my kids, you know, come into my bedroom in the middle of the night or in the morning and they jump on my bed, "Dad." Okay. Okay. Stop. I was dead asleep.
I really appreciate it when my kids come up and they just kind of put my hand on me and just kind of slowly just kind of, you know, shake me awake a little bit, gently. We can wake up a little more naturally.
How do we do that to our friends? How do we plant the seeds and take them from point A to point Z, but going through B, C, D, E, F, G?
That's -- the signs are at Z. And the signs are for the people who are going in. What we need to do is concentrate and target those friends who can be awakened. And I really think we need a very small percentage of people. And when we have -- I really think it's this audience.
I always have. But if we can focus and we can start speaking a universal language, not the language of the right -- a universal language, where the left and the common sense left -- not the Nancy Pelosis of the world, not the people who are driven by politics, but those people who are just as sick of this chaos as we are, just as sick of arguing all the time and bickering. And you know that they just want common sense. We are going to disagree on some policies. But when they truly understand what Planned Parenthood -- that. Who in your circle of friends do you know -- especially women -- that will hear that, who is maybe perhaps gently on the other side? That you can sit down and say, "Madge," like in the old Folger's commercials. "Madge, can I talk to you about something?"
I'm soaking in it?
STU: You're soaking in Folger's?
PAT: Palm Olive.
JEFFY: Palm Olive.
GLENN: No, no, they used to soak in the Folger's.
STU: I don't think so.
GLENN: I have a pretty good memory on these things.
STU: I don't think you do.
GLENN: But, anyway, be able to take Madge and move her in that direction and, in a month or so, be able to show her that.
STU: And, you know, what you're talking about as a situation of like walking people down the road and trying to do this in a way that's not so confrontational.
STU: Or whatever.
I mean, I think you could make a legitimate argument after listening to that video, that we should never talk about another topic. It's actually that serious.
GLENN: I'm telling you, I believe this to be the stain on this generation.
GLENN: This is going to be the slavery of our generation. This is going to be things that people will look back and say, "They were monsters."
STU: If we did this show only -- because it's not -- it's a show, right?
STU: If we did it not because we want to entertain and everything -- everything else that's a mission of a show -- if it was just a mission, it would be literally only this.
GLENN: It would be this. It would.
STU: It's the only thing.
GLENN: It would.
STU: If you stopped just this in our lifetime, everything else doesn't matter.
PAT: Well, yeah. I mean, you've got one of these abortionists saying that when she's doing a procedure and she starts to fear that it's going to be a partial-birth abortion, she'll get a second set of forceps, stop the body of the baby at the cervix of the mother, and pull legs off. A leg or two.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
PAT: So that it's not a partial-birth abortion.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
PAT: I mean, that is absolutely horrific. That is horrifying. That is Nazi-like.
GLENN: If we put that in a horror movie, it would be totally acceptable as a horror movie.
GLENN: People would say, what a monster. You put scary music behind that, and people would say, that's the scariest person I've ever met.
GLENN: But because we call them a nurse and we call this murder a procedure, a medical procedure, we accept it.