Nancy Pelosi’s Response to a Law-Abiding Gun Owner Is a Doozy

Not even a week after the Las Vegas tragedy, Nancy Pelosi was approached by a concerned citizen about the right to self-defense and Pelosi’s answer is just what you imagined it would be. It fell flat and made no sense whatsoever.

“How does rendering me defenseless protect anybody else from a violent crime?” the young woman asked.

The Minority Leader responded with a quip claiming, “No one is advocating that. We’re not talking about taking guns away from people. What we’re talking about is to make sure that people who have guns register and that there are background checks to prevent other people from being in harm’s way.”

Well, we have that. Today as Pat filled in for Glenn, he broke down some of the gun laws already in place and agonized over the fact that Democrats continue to call for stricter gun laws despite the fact that it’ll do nothing but make it more difficult for law-abiding citizens to obtain a gun.

This article provided courtesy of TheBlaze.

Also, Nancy Pelosi was confronted by a concerned citizen yesterday on CNN about guns and gun ownership. And --

JEFFY: "Powerful" is the word you're looking for?

PAT: Powerful. Yes. Yes. Should get just a powerful response.

JEFFY: Powerful. Okay. Good. That's what I thought.

PAT: See what you think of this.

VOICE: How does rendering me defenseless -- me meaning, a law-abiding citizen -- by taking away my ability to defend myself in the manner in which I believe I should be able to choose to, where I want to? How does rendering me defenseless protect anybody else from a violent crime?

NANCY: Well, let me be a consolation to you, nobody is advocating that. We're not talking about taking guns away from people.

PAT: Yes, you are. That's a lie.

NANCY: We're talking about -- to make sure that people who have guns register, and that there are background checks on that.

PAT: There are background checks. I went through one when I bought my AR-15 and when I bought a handgun.

I went through background -- we have background checks. They act like there's never been a background check on anybody. Almost everyone has gone through a background check to buy a gun. And they always say this: Well, all we want are background checks. Well, we have that.

JEFFY: We have that.

NANCY: Prevent other people from being in harm's way. But no one is questioning your right to have a gun or to eliminate your safety.

PAT: Okay. That's just not true. That's just a lie.

JEFFY: That's not what she said.

PAT: A lot of people are advocating that we take guns away from people.

JEFFY: Yes, they are.

PAT: And a lot of people are advocating that we ban guns. And the right shall not be infringed. The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. Second Amendment wording, not mine. So you keep -- you keep bringing this up, and you keep avoiding discussing the right not being infringed, by saying it's common sense.

Well, no, it isn't. No, it isn't common sense. Okay? It's unconstitutional what you're talking about doing.

JEFFY: While they're infringing.

PAT: While they're infringing. They're talking about -- well, I'm not talking about the Second Amendment. I'm just talking about common sense. Nobody is talking -- nobody is talking about the Second Amendment.

JEFFY: Don't be stupid.

PAT: They know they have to say that. Because if you were to poll the American people, you know, it would be easily, 80 -- 85 percent of Americans would want the Constitution upheld.


PAT: I hope it's that high still.


JEFFY: Don't take that poll. Don't take that poll. Don't take that poll.

PAT: Yeah. Maybe we don't want anybody to take that poll. But America still believes in the United States Constitution. And that's why they always say, "Oh, I'm not talking about the Second Amendment. I'd never touch the Second Amendment.

JEFFY: That's the Constitution.

PAT: No, I'm just talking about common sense gun law. Okay. Well, yeah, your common sense gun law, it's unconstitutional. So stop talking about it.


JEFFY: But she's not talking about it.

PAT: She's not talking about that though. She is talking about background checks, which we already have.

JEFFY: Yeah, but she's talking about background checks.

PAT: That's right. Background checks. And what was her other point? I've completely forgotten what the other --

NANCY: At all. That kind of clarification. Because that is part of the argument, well, you're going to take away -- nobody is taking away anybody's guns. All we're saying is, you should have a background check.

PAT: We have that.

NANCY: And people -- responsible gun owners from the hills of Arizona to duck blinds of Minnesota, all over, say, we're all law-abiding. We have many guns. We have as many guns as he has. But we have --

PAT: Yes. Hello.

NANCY: -- background checks.

PAT: But we have...

Background checks. Seriously, something is wrong with her.

JEFFY: Something is definitely wrong.

PAT: Say it again. Something is definitely wrong with Nancy Pelosi.

JEFFY: I'm not sure what it is, but there is an issue.

PAT: Yeah, there's -- I think there is an issue.

JEFFY: And she's quoting the great line from the song from the hills of Arizona to the

duck blinds --

PAT: To the shores of Tennessee.

JEFFY: To the duck blinds of Minnesota. I mean, I was just humming that yesterday.


PAT: It's -- that's -- what's the name of that song? It's --

JEFFY: Oh, beautiful, right?

PAT: No. It's a patriotic song by the country singer.

You don't know.

JEFFY: Yeah, yeah. No. Yes. Yes. I do.

PAT: What's-his-face? Who performed it --


PAT: He performed it at a rally for America. Lee Greenwood. Lee Greenwood.

JEFFY: I'm trying to put Lee Greenwood out of my mind.

PAT: Well, ever since that rally for America where Lee Greenwood wouldn't stop playing -- in fact, I think it was 2003 that the concert took place. He just wrapped it up 15 minutes ago.

He would not stop. It was like hours.

JEFFY: I saw Lee Greenwood in a powerful performance in Tampa, Florida.

PAT: Did you?

JEFFY: The music sound system was down. Okay? And so all he had was just a one-stand microphone that was working. And he performed.

PAT: You can't stop him from performing. You can't -- you cannot stop Lee Greenwood. He's like the Energizer bunny. He just keeps going.

Tom in Nevada. Hi, you're on the Glenn Beck Program.


THIS is why you shouldn’t trust big banks

GLENN: I wanted to give you one more story, that is really disturbing, but I believe to be absolutely true. First of all, the guy who is saying this, is a pretty credible journalist, Will Slayton.

He writes, several weeks ago, I learned that Citibank locked some customers out of their accounts, and refuses to release their money, even if they show up, with ID.

This week, Citi sent an email explicitly affirming its rights to do this, without cause. He tweeted, later, your money is not safe, at Citibank. I would say, your money is not safe in most banks.

Citi, in the email, says, we reserve the right to close an account, at any time, and for any reason, with or without cause.


Bill O’Reilly: Europe wouldn’t be SUFFERING if Trump had won

It’s amazing, Bill O’Reilly tells Glenn, just how much destruction Joe BIden has caused in only two years. Europe will be freezing this winter, O’Reilly says, thanks to their poor policy decisions regarding oil, energy, and Putin. But if Trump had won re-election two years ago, Europe would be facing a much different — and better — reality. O’Reilly and Glenn discuss just how much Biden has continued to ‘diminish,’ plus they discuss whether or not Americans are ready to WAKE UP and put responsible leaders into office next month…


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: So, Bill, the biggest story of the week.

BILL: Got to be Ian. But, you know, how do you cover it? It's, you know, an act of God. And, you know, you lived in Florida. I lived in Florida. You know when you lived there, and California as well, anything could happen.

And then it happens, and everybody is looking at one another. But there is some good news here that the federal and state governments do work in the capacity of getting help to people, obviously. People's whole lives are destroyed now. They have to build. That's a part of life. But, you know, that's the biggest story of the week. The second biggest story of the week, is Joe Biden's continued diminishment.

GLENN: In what way? The mental diminishment or the diminishment on the world stage?

STU: Well, I can't calibrate the world stage. He's doing the right thing in Ukraine because Putin is on the ropes. And we just -- talk about praying. If you're going to pray for something, he's got to go.

And I'm hoping that the Russian people, you know, you don't get a lot of reporting on it there. But nobody can really be supporting Putin. And he looks terrible. And he's hiding out in --

GLENN: So wait. Wait. Wait.

Before you get into that. Let's cover the Nord Stream pipeline. Who did you think did it? Who is responsible?

BILL: Jill. Jill Biden did it.

GLENN: Come on. Come on. Who do you think did it?

BILL: With a giant hat pin. Come on, Beck. I mean, who the deuce knows who did it?

GLENN: Right. But do you think that we would have done that?

Do you think we -- no matter what I think about the left, I do think that there are people that are that nefarious. But I just can't see our Navy SEALs being ordered to do that. And us doing that.

BILL: No. I don't think that happened, okay?

But you know what the real tragedy of this is? You can watch cable news and hear a half an hour of that. I mean, they just make this stuff up. Because the rates are going down so quickly. And they -- come on. Oh, yeah.

This is what -- and you're sitting there going, if there's no facts, which there aren't in this. Okay. All you have to say is, gee. It's possible that maybe Putin went down in a diving bill. But you can't, you know. I mean, come on.

GLENN: Yeah. So we just had Chris Stewart on, and he's a congressman. He's on the Intel committee. And highly decorated Air Force colonel, I think.

And he said, you know, they're -- we just -- we didn't do this.

But he doesn't say, who did it. And he didn't rule out that some of our money, that we're just sending out, with -- with no accountants, might have been used by some nefarious figure to -- to do it. But his point was, it doesn't matter. It means we're at the beginning of something very, very bad. Not the end and wind down of a war.

BILL: Well, look, Europe is going to suffer this winter, as the people of Florida is suffering now. And some of us believe that, okay. You had an opportunity to get away from Russia, and you didn't. And so, this is what happens, when you dine with the devil.

I know you're a big Machiavelli fan, Beck. But there's a very famous quote: If you dine with the devil, bring a long spoon. Because if you get into bed with these evil people, they will turn on you. And that is what is going to happen this winter in Europe. It's going to be chilly over there. Now -- but here's the worst part of it.

Two years ago, and I just want everyone listening to Beck O'Reilly and Stu right now. Think back just two years ago.

The United States had the most vibrant economy on the planet, on earth. We were exporting oil and natural gas, to foreign countries and reaping the benefits financially of that. One man gets elected president, and destroys the entire economy in two years, including the fuel industry of the USA. How is that. So if were energy independent right now, if Trump had been re-elected, we would be making billions and billions of dollars, and the Europeans would not be so chilly this winter.

GLENN: How does -- how does the German government not get overthrown, if tens of thousands of Germans freeze to death, and they're not turning their -- their nuclear power plants back on? How --

BILL: It's up to them. I was in Germany a couple years ago. It's like the United States. If you're -- I don't know what they're doing over there. Okay. But you're getting punished now because foolish policy. And maybe you guys want to wise up. Look, it's about America.

Are we going to wise up in five weeks, Beck? On November 8?

Is this country going to wise up? I think it might.

GLENN: No. I think it will go better than -- well, I don't want to jinx it. I endorse all the Democrats. How is that? Because every time I endorse somebody, they lose. So I endorse every Democrat.

I don't know -- I hope -- my feeling is watching things, people are waking up.

I don't know how it plays out. But if everyone who wants to save the country, isn't voting, they -- they're part of the problem.

You've got to go out and vote. You have to!

BILL: I can't understand how anyone can vote for a Democrat. And I'm not a party guy. You know that.

Not just the Republicans. Are these geniuses? No, they're not.

But how could you -- I don't know what the overall campaign slogan, is?

Hey, if you want less money, vote for Democrats!

Is that what they're campaigning on?

If you want more bodies in the streets, vote for us!

We're going to have more dead people. Because we're not going to enforce the law. If you want ten million undocumented migrants. Vote for us. Because we're not shutting anything down.

You likable fentanyl. Vote for us. You'll have plenty of it.

That's the Democratic platform.

And we're at that point. I've been doing it for almost 15 years. I've never seen the kind of political insanity, in America, that I see today.

And it's affecting every person. You are paying more for your cheeseburger. Hello!

GLENN: I can't believe --

BILL: Are you going to vote for Kathy Hochul? And they might. They might.

GLENN: I can't believe, Bill, that we're at a place, where we all agree, five years ago, that pedophilia is bad. Is bad. And should never be normalized. We knew that grooming children, or showing children, what really is pornography, teaching them about sexual acts, in the second grade. Having trans -- drag shows, in school libraries. And have them strip in front of little kids.

We all knew that was wrong. All knew.

I didn't change. You changed. Americans who have, for some reason, have gone down this road. They've gone down this road, so far, that they've had to just accept that this is okay now.

And they know it's not. They know it's not. But if they can't turn the corner now, it's only going to get worse.

BILL: Yeah. They're too distracted to get involved." I don't think you'll see a high turnout in November. I think Republicans will turn out more than Democrats. And here's what the polls never show. If the African-American community, which is getting hammered, worst of all. By the Democrats. If they stay home. And that's not calibrated by polling. Then it's a rout.

It's a rout, and that could very well happen.


THESE stories show how the far-left is CODIFYING HATRED

Do you want to live in a country that’s codifying hatred? That’s what this election is about, Glenn says, because our country is becoming more divided by the second. In this clip, Glenn shares several stories — from a political debate gone wrong to recent comments made by Hillary Clinton — that show how much danger currently faces our republic...


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GLENN:So do you want to live in a country, because this is what this election is all about. Do you want to live in a country, where we're furthering the hatred of one another? And we're codifying it?

We're making it part of our law. It's part of the mantra. You know, people didn't like Donald Trump, because they said he was going to cause violence.

Violence is already happening. You may not know it, if you just listened or watched the mainstream media. But it's already happening. You can look at what happened over -- over last week. 18-year-old kid, run over by a car. Because the guy say maniac. Most likely an alcoholic. They were having a political argument. He gets into the car. He leaves. All in a handcuff. He sees the boy. Calls somebody. He immediately thinks, he's a Republican extremist. And he's calling to get his extremist friends to come kill me. So he runs him over. And then calls the police himself. He leaves the scene of the crime, and he calls the police himself.

And says, I just -- I just hit, and possibly killed an extremist Republican. Is this the kind of country you want to live in?

There was an 83-year-old woman, going door-to-door, passing out pamphlets. And talking about proposition three in Michigan. Which seeks to enshrine abortion rights in the state's Constitution. She was shot. Eighty-three years old. She was in a conversation, I guess a heated conversation at a residence in her neighborhood. The man who shot her was not involved in the conversation. The victim doesn't know his identity or motive, but she had to drive herself to the hospital.

She had to drive herself -- she's an 83-year-old woman. She leaves your door. Somebody in your neighborhood shoots her. And there's no one to take her to the hospital.

She has to take herself? Is this -- I don't care who that is. I don't care who comes to your door. You don't shoot people. Let alone an 83-year-old woman. Is this the America you want?

Hillary Clinton, this weekend, compared Trump supporters to Nazis. If we didn't have such a bad school system, there's a reason why they've buried the Nazis. They buried them, in education. Because we brought a lot of Nazis over here, after the war, we brought all the top scientists over. Oh, well, we -- we're afraid of Nazis. But not that afraid of Nazis. And they made Nazis into the big bogeyman, because the left prefers communism.

But it's the same thing. Except, one is a public/private partnership, which is exactly what the World Economic Forum and Joe Biden are pushing for.

When they say democracy, democracy is at stake. They mean democracy.

They don't mean the republic. They want one man, one vote. And that's the way fascism always starts. You can vote. And they'll vote in who they want, and then there's no more vote. That's why we have a republic. I wish people -- I pray that people will wake up. I pray that people will do their own homework. People are rediscovering the Constitution and the Declaration. And that's a really good thing.

Rediscover your faith to really know what's true. You really have to start at the beginning. And if you don't have a faith, I urge you to find one. But if it's just not for you, okay. What were the things that your parents or your grandparents taught you, that you know to be true?

Just behave that way. Just the things that we all used to know were true. Do that. The next right thing.


Nord Stream attack shows Putin’s war is JUST BEGINNING

Who sabotaged the Nord Stream pipeline? And what does this mean for the world moving forward? Representative Chris Stewart joins Glenn to dissect it all. He explains why signs suggest Russia may have been responsible for the pipeline attack, and why this event shows Putin’s war is just beginning: ‘And if Russia did this…it shows you that there's a lot of things that they [still] have available to them that are going to make them really difficult for us, through the next six months.’


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GLENN: Welcome to the Glenn Beck Program. We're glad you're here. We're being joined by Chris Stewart. A congressman.

He was an Air Force officer, distinguished graduate, top of his class. Officer of the training school. Undergraduate pilot training. Fourteen years as a pilot. Flying both rescue helicopters. Oh, I don't want to get hurt. Oh, my gosh.

And B1, B1 bomber.

He holds the world's speed records, including the world's record for the fastest non-stop flight around the world.

He's written 17 books, national best-sellers, six different languages.

And he's also on some of those super-secret, you know, intelligence committees. So I wanted to get here, and see what we could get from him. Usually nothing. But I thought we would just pump him for information, about what happened with the -- the Nord Stream pipelines. Hello, Chris. How are you?

CHRIS: Hey, Glenn. Good morning within that's the nicest introduction I've had in a long time.

GLENN: Yeah. Well, you're a conservative. So they won't give you nice introductions.

CHRIS: That's true.

GLENN: So, Chris, tell me what you can about -- there's a lot of people -- a lot of people, that their first thought with the Nord Stream pipeline was, oh, my gosh. Did we do this?

CHRIS: Yeah. Yeah. And I think a lot of people had seen the Tucker Carlson piece and some other writings, that had indicated that. And let me tell you, Glenn. First, we genuinely don't know.

Sometimes, when I come on your program, you're kind of saying, you're hungry for information, and I don't tell you anything. Sometimes I know, but can't say. But in this case, we really don't know yet.

GLENN: Right. Okay. Wait. Wait.

So we don't know, who did it. But are we including, we don't know if we did it.

CHRIS: No. I don't think there's any reason to believe that we didn't do it. And, in fact, I can say with a high degree of confidence, as much as you can, in a world that's gone crazy.

And there's times in the past, when I would say, hey, I don't think that's true. And it turns out not to be true, later on. So I don't think we did it. I don't think there's any reason for us to do it.

If we had done that, I think we would know. We would be aware of it. There would be some evidence of it. And I don't believe that's the case.

The biggest thing, Glenn, I mean, you look at this. I feel like the Grinch, if you will. I puzzled and puzzled, until my puzzler is short. It just doesn't make any sense.

If you look at every nation, it's really hard to create a very plausible explanation for why that nation would do it.

It's certainly the case, if you're trying to argue the U.S. did it.

And, by the way, some of the reporting on this is misleading. In the sense, that they take the statement from Victoria Midland, for example. The state Department official. She's clearly talking about Nord Stream 2, and then they're going to try to pressure Germany not to approve opening that pipeline.

And I think some people misread that. And say, oh, see. They're threatening to blow that up. Ukraine simply doesn't have the capability. And I don't think Ukraine would do it. Because it would stress the capability with the allies so much. Russia, on the other hand. I think you could make the argument, for one thing, they just want to create chaos. That's very, very clear.

And this could be a tool for them. The EU is looking at a deadly winter. I mean, literally, a deadly winter. There's potential for thousands of people. Maybe tens of thousands of people to freeze to death.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh.

CHRIS: Think about this, Glenn. The average EU home, it will cost more than $3,000 a month, to keep their home, over this next winter. And I think that Russia would have been under enormous pressure, to open up that pipeline.

And this just eliminates that for they believe. They don't have to deal with that international pressure now. But I think more than that, they love the chaos. And my biggest fear, is that this doesn't show, we're not in the wind down phase of this war. We're really in the opening stages of it still. And if Russia did this, and my personal belief is that they probably did.

It shows you that there's a lot of things. A lot of things that they are still -- still have available to them. That are going to make them really difficult for us, through the next six months.

GLENN: And if we don't really know, they can claim, we did it, or anybody else did it. And escalate.

Because they immediately said, well, this -- gloves come off now, if you can do this. Forget about nukes, which they did mention, that justifies nukes.

But forget about that. That means, if they claim we did it. They could hit our energy infrastructure.

CHRIS: Yes, absolutely. And that's one of the largest conclusions is that they would claim that we did it. It's going to open the door for them to retaliate. If you take that with what happened yesterday, and their supposed researched uncle on the floor. For essentially -- essentially state, in eastern Ukraine.

Where, I mean, these -- these numbers sound -- you know, 99 percent of the people who are voted to join with Russia, 92 percent of the people and another region voted to join with Russia again. Those are the kind of numbers that Stalin would win by.

And it's beyond belief, of course. But if you combine these two events of the last few days, you -- you can see that Vladimir Putin is positioning himself.

Again, he's not looking to wind things down. Excuse me.

He's looking to exert more pressure, not less.

GLENN: So I talked to Chad Robichaux, who was in Ukraine, just recently. And he actually walked the mass graves. He told me last night, because I said, before I put you on the air.

In saying this, I have seen the video. But I want to make sure you didn't just see a patch of dirt, or you saw things the Ukrainian government is saying, that this is what it was. That you actually saw these things. And he said, Glenn, I saw women and children with their hands tied behind their back, and bullets in their head, that they tried to bury quickly, because they were leaving. This is crimes against humanity.

CHRIS: Yeah. I don't think there's any question about that. It shows a couple of things. It shows the desperation of Vladimir Putin's leadership. It shows the inhumanity of leadership, which doesn't surprise, I think anyone.

It also shows the result of a hastily assembled and untrained army. This is now not a professional army any longer. Many of them are -- are conscripts that have been in the Army for at least in some cases, a matter of a few weeks. With very little training, if any. And included in that, the laws of war. The disciplines of a professional soldier, that we don't expect from them any longer. Which brings me to one point, that I hope I can make. And I think stepping back from that. Okay. Where are we in the US? And what are we doing there?

I just finished an editorial, that asked this question. Look, in the early days of the war, I supported it. I thought we had to help Ukraine and the Ukraine military. They have shown enormous encourage. They have demonstrated that courage on the battlefield can change a battlefield in ways sometimes weapons can't. But the president of the United States has to tell the American people now, this is our goal in Ukraine.

Because if President Biden agrees with President Zelinsky, that now our objective is to expel every Russian from Eastern Ukraine, including Crimea, then I promise you, we will be at war with Russia.

If that is our goal, Vladimir Putin is not going to live Crimea. I mean, it was part of Russia until 1958. When cruel and unusual he have said, oh, now you're part of Ukraine now.

And the people there genuinely are ethnically Russian.

They speak Russian. They want to be with Russia, and if Putin is not going to surrender Crimea. And if President Biden agreed to Zelinsky, he needs to embrace the American people for a long, long, and potentially deadly war.

If on the other hand, our goal is just to say, go back to the pre-February invasion lines, then he should state that that's our goal, so that Zelinsky knows, he won't support him going beyond that.

I think we're at this point now, where we have to define why we are there. And at what cost, is it going to be to achieve the goals, of that to be there?

And this president hasn't done that at all. And the result of that, Glenn, is 20 years later, we may be in there, just like we were in Iraq or Afghanistan.

GLENN: The Senate just passed a bill last night, to fund the government, which includes another $12 billion, for Ukraine. Chris, this has got to stop. It's got to stop.

CHRIS: Well, and one other thing that a lot of people don't realize, we're not just funding their military efforts. We're funding their entire military operation, including their pension plans. We're funding Ukrainian pension plans.

GLENN: What!

CHRIS: And, look, I want to help them. I am -- I believe the United States needs to help in this situation.

But we have to define the limits of our help. We owe the American people an explanation for how much money we're willing to spend, and how long we're willing to be there, and the goals we're trying to achieve.

GLENN: All right. Chris, Chris. Would you do me a favor?

Would you put me in touch with whomever has all of the information of where this money is going, including the pension plans.

I would love to have you come on the air, and explain it to the American people. Somebody has got to expose all this.

I think, you know, honestly, my first thought when I saw the Nord Stream was, I don't think that we did this, you know, we didn't send our Navy SEALs in to do this. There's no way.

However, I'm not convinced that some rogue party -- somebody -- and it could be for a million different reasons.

I'm not convince that had some of our money, that has been over there, without any accounting, didn't give somebody half a billion dollars. And say go blow these things up.

And we didn't do it. But it was maybe possibly our money.

There's no accountability for any of this.

And now, that would be, what? 75 trillion -- billion dollars that we have sent over there. $5 billion, can change the world.

CHRIS: Yeah. Well, that's one of the things I also point out, in this latest editorial, Glenn. Is that there's no IG. There's no accounting. We just send the money, and hope it ends up with where we say it does.

And, by the way, keep in mind, Ukraine is one of the most corrupt nations in the world. And they have been for generations.

GLENN: I know. I know. They lost $7 billion during the Biden debacle, when he was vice president.

7 billion, just kind of disappeared. And nobody ever said anything about it here.

CHRIS: Yeah. Well, that's because 7 billion is not that much money, Glenn.

GLENN: Yeah. I know. I know. I spend that on groceries lately.

Okay. So, Chris, can I have Ricky, my executive producer reach out to you, and see if you can help us put some of this stuff together.

Because I did not know that about their pensions. That's insanity. That's insanity.

CHRIS: Well, and, again, it's one of those things that the American people need to know.

And I think most Americans want to help Ukraine. Again, they've shown enormous courage. We don't want Vladimir Putin to control that nation, but we have to do it in a thoughtful way.

If we don't look back in the last 20 years. And, again, I'm a former airports guy.

But you have to look back on the last 20 years in Iraq, in Afghanistan, in Libya, and a number of other places, and say, okay.

What lessons have we learned? How can we do this better?

And we need to apply those lessons to Ukraine. And this is the time to do that. I would be happy to get that information. If you want to know where that money is going, good luck. I don't know who knows that.

But what I can help you do, is what specifically the language allows for.

For example, pension funds in Ukraine. We can help you find that out for sure.

GLENN: Jeez. That's incredible. All right. Chris Stewart, thank you so much. I appreciate everything you do in Congress. Keep strong, buddy. You bet. Buh-bye.

I may disagree with, you know, some of the things that any of these guys in Washington do. But this guy is straight as an arrow. And we may disagree on, you know, this issue or that issue, but I'm glad he's in Washington.

He knows what he's talking about, when it comes to defense. And we need him in those rooms, to speak some sanity.

I'll tell you, if you're going to Washington, if you're thinking about becoming a congressman or senator, do not get on to the Intel community.