Glenn's Interview with Michelle Malkin




Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies by Michelle Malkin


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GLENN: From Radio City in Midtown Manhattan, this is the third most listened to show in all of America. Hello, you sick twisted freak. Welcome to the program. Michelle Malkin is with us. She's got a new book out called the Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies. Michelle Malkin, welcome to the program.

MALKIN: Thanks for having me, Glenn.

GLENN: Can I ask you a question, Michelle?

MALKIN: Yes.

GLENN: And you have to please feel free to answer honestly because there may come a quiz after this. Do you ever watch the TV show?

MALKIN: Absolutely do.

GLENN: Do you?

MALKIN: Yes.

GLENN: This ACORN thing, does it scare because I know you have some of it in your book. He is building a he is building a structure around the Constitution and around the republic and he's using the republic as a host. It's feasting on this system and it's going to kill it, do you think?

MALKIN: I think that analogy is a good one. I also think the analogy of architecture and scaffolding.

GLENN: Yeah.

MALKIN: And this, you know, this housing that he's built.

GLENN: Oh, yeah. It's got an exoskeleton around the republic, yeah.

MALKIN: Yes. And, you know, so far and the book has only been out a day and there's been a lot of traditional interest in looking at the cabinet and looking at the czars. But there are two important chapters on ACORN which you have reported on extensively and which I have for, you know, more than the last couple of years as well as the SEIU, their twin, and

GLENN: Yeah, they are one and the same.

MALKIN: And the family with Barack Obama that dates back for lo, you know, 20, 25 years really needs, you know, much more mainstream public light. You've done a fabulous job of that and I think that including these two chapters of the book and putting it in the context of the larger Culture of Corruption and the Chicago way is a good start towards helping people enlighten them about it.

GLENN: Michelle, you and I talked about this during the election.

MALKIN: Yes.

GLENN: I mean, you knew what was coming, I knew what was coming. I didn't realize it would come this fast. I mean, this guy is amazing. This is once you understand the and I think most people don't understand. You know, they look at ACORN and they are like, it's a stupid group and everybody knows what it is. No, no, no. Community organizers are so unbelievably well funded. When you see how much distance we have made here or how much distance has been put between us and the Constitution since Obama got into office, are you as concerned as you were for our country or more so? And if so, how much time do you think we have before you just are not turning this car around?

MALKIN: I think we're already at an inflection point, Glenn, and I think that it calls for fueling even more curiosity and scrutiny on these meadow organizations. I quote Andy Stern, the president of the SEIU, the Service Employees International Union on his organizing philosophy and it is this: We prefer to use the power of persuasion but if that doesn't work, we use the persuasion of power. And it is the same theme and like motif that infuses the ACORN MO, the persuasion of power, the muscle for money program that whistle blower and, you know, Moncrief blew the whistle on. And I dedicate the book to the whistleblowers out there. You know, it's not just us on the right who are exposing this.

GLENN: Oh, no. Oh, yeah.

MALKIN: The fact is that we owe. We owe so much to very brave people on the other side, some of them who have come over, ex liberals like Anita who understand the depths and the intricacy and the intimacy between and among those groups. But also between them and Barack Obama.

GLENN: There is a scary fusion that is happening now and this is where, you know, I liken it to the movie Alien with Sigourney Weaver where that thing attaches onto people's faces and they are all trying to get it off of the face. It doesn't matter. The thing doesn't matter anymore. The thing has laid an egg inside of you and it's about to burst through. I think this is you know, ACORN has attached itself to the face of our government right now and everyone is trying to get ACORN off and they are concentrating on that. Stop concentrating on that. It has laid eggs inside of our government, not just in the White House and through the czars and everything else but it is laying those eggs, deep and powerful eggs in something called AmeriCorps. True or false?

MALKIN: True. And I've done reporting on the relationship between AmeriCorps and ACORN that dates back decades, and the watchdog group in Washington judicial watch, I have been on their case since the creation of America or program under the Clinton administration. And this is our tax dollars at work, and as long as you keep electing congress people in both parties that continue to fund this egg laying, it will reap, you know, very rotten consequences on the electoral landscape and on the economy.

GLENN: I want to ask you about the rotten consequences. Put this into perspective for me now. This is something that Barack Obama said on the campaign trail that now if you see the way they are taking over education as far as controlling who gets a student loan, who doesn't, erasing those student loans if you decide to become a government bureaucrat for ten years, the way they are going after the idea of mandatory service. When you hear this and you tie it in to the ACORNs of the world and the Americorps of the world, what does this mean to you today?

PRESIDENT OBAMA: We cannot continue to rely only on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives that we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded.

GLENN: Okay. He's talking about a civilian national security force but he's also, Rahm Emanuel later talks about a civil defense corps here in America that would be mandatory service that everyone from 18 to 25 would have to serve in. What is he talking about?

MALKIN: He's talking about recruiting future generations who are going to be the foot soldiers for the leftwing ideological agenda. And I think in order to fight this thing, you cannot just fight Barack Obama on this. The fact is that this is Michelle Obama's baby, and I have an entire chapter on her. And the fact is that she worked for a community service organization that her husband helped create in Chicago that has, you know, been on the government teat since its inception and involved in the AmeriCorps program. She herself appears to have had a role in the booting of the AmeriCorps IG, and we don't have those watchdogs there and it has been apparently her agenda to put her people in place there, you know, to level that agenda on us. If that's not stopped and if the East Wing policy shop does not get scrutiny, it's going through.

GLENN: The East Wing policy shop, what is that?

MALKIN: Yes. This is Chicago cronies that booeyed Michelle Obama's career, people that were working with her at the University of Chicago Medical Center and worked with her in these community organizations and the Richard Daley political machine that are now turning the East Wing into something that would look like kindergarten compared to what Hillary Clinton did.

GLENN: We see a couple of stories. I don't know if you saw the story that we reported on yesterday about the the ACORN but yet it's not ACORN. It's the organizing for America which is Barack Obama and the DNC.

MALKIN: Right.

GLENN: But they are all wearing ACORN shirts, yet they claim that they are not they have nothing to do with ACORN. And it was in Baton Rouge, and they were silencing free speech on the sidewalk.

Now we have another story out this is from Virginia that the they were going around. The administration was going around Virginia and they were drumming up support for, you know, these you know, healthcare, et cetera, et cetera. They were the tea partiers came in and they refused the opportunity to ask the congressman a question when they were told by plainclothes policemen to leave the property after they attempted to hold up signs urging them to vote against a government takeover. They are now using the police force to silence the other side, something they said they hated out of George W. Bush when people you know, if you are at a town hall and you have a right to ask a question, that's what you do. But if you're shouting down somebody in a lecture, then I agree with escorting you outside. The next thing is tweeting your senator, again organizing for America the DNC and Barack Obama where they are using Twitter to be able to communicate and get people to write their senator. However, the White House is saying that congress can't do that. And one step forward: Congress is now through what is this calling it? The Franking Commission?

MALKIN: Yeah, right.

GLENN: You are familiar with it, Michelle?

MALKIN: Sure, yes.

GLENN: Where the Franking Commission is now saying that Republicans cannot use the term "Government healthcare." Well, you control the language, you win every time. What kind of world are we turning into in?

MALKIN: Well, you know, I quoted and stern, the persuasion of power, the power of persuasion. And when groups like ACORN and organizing for America which have posed as the two champions of the grassroots are threatened by bona fide grassroots organizations like the tea party movement and the 9/12 project and all the grassroots people who are out there on the streets pounding the pavement in an unprecedented way, I've never seen anything like it. I mean, obviously the state's back to the early days of protest against the porkulus bill, then we had April 15th and now people are mobilizing through the recess on healthcare. ACORN is not used to seeing anyone else on their streets. And they are using every method and weapon possible to shut them up and, of course, they are overseers in the Obama administration and organizing for America, approve and are directing on those kind of bully tactics. This is what they did with the banks, this is what they did with the housing industry and now it's what they are doing with the grassroots.

GLENN: Michelle, I was on Fox and Friends this morning and I said they were talking about this Gates thing and they were they asked me, well, maybe this is good because now Obama's exposed and this is going to hurt him. And I said, we've never seen this man trapped before. And these organizers are not used to being trapped. They don't they are not pushed around. They push around. And so when they're exposed, when they're cornered, we have no idea how dangerous these people can become. They are not playing by the same set of rules. They never have played by the same set of rules. But they've never had this much power, and I think a lot of them are drunk on it. We've not recognized how much real true poison and hatred is in some of these people. I think the president has again given the American people a chance to see his racism inside of him. And if the American people start to wake up, what do you predict? How are they going to move? How are they going to respond? How is the president going to respond? Do you think he will respond like most presidents would and say, okay, well now my poll numbers are getting really bad. Or does he say, I've got the power and I know what's right and I'm moving forward?

MALKIN: Yeah. Well, over the last six months we've seen the Chicago way in action, and America has come to realize that hope and change came wrapped in a set of brass knuckles. That's the way ACORN has always operated, the SEIU has always operated and the Team Obama that put him into power has operated. So it was no shock to you or me when he dealt with the Chrysler creditors that way, the Chrysler dealers that way, banks who refused to take TARP money, banks who wanted to give TARP money back, the CBO when they questioned some of his bogus claims about healthcare savings. That's the way he deals with everyone. That's the way he's going to deal with citizens on the ground who are succeeding at exposing the myths of hope and change. And so look, I don't want to drum up, you know, some inordinate fear about what might happen to people individually if they go out and speak out, but sure, they should be put on notice that this is the way they operate. They've Chicagoized Washington D.C. and, you know, we've been put on notice about how they operate.

GLENN: Michelle Malkin is our guest. She's got a new book called Culture of Corruption. It's out today. I will tell you that I usually don't read political books. I just don't, I don't usually go there. I'll go into theory, et cetera, et cetera. I don't read these current event books, but I tell you, Michelle, I will read yours. It is I think you are right on the money, exactly where America needs to wake up, and America needs to see this and I will read your book.

Tell me honestly, I was in a meeting yesterday and quite honestly it was kind of a loud meeting and I said to several people today, I said, do you realize who you are poking in the chest every day? And they just kind of looked at me. And I said, we are poking the people with the most power. They have the system of thugs already. They also have they are just riddled with cash. Do you realize this? The question that I have for you, Michelle, is how long before we, you and me and Rush and everybody else, are put into a situation to where we have to make a choice: Tell the truth or lose it all.

MALKIN: I don't know. I don't feel that I've even come close to a sense of intimidation. And yes, you know, this is in the context of there are the threats of the Fairness Doctrine returning. You know, I've dealt with Obama officials who have questioned my journalistic integrity and basically leveled implicit threats.

GLENN: So you think that the you think that the threats and the knee breaking and the whatever else that they have done to banks and to everybody else, that is not going to happen to people like us?

MALKIN: I'm not saying that it won't happen, but the fact is that I am inspired, and I mentioned those whistleblowers at the beginning who have risked so much more.

GLENN: I know.

MALKIN: Who don't have the level of, you know, comfort that we have as public figures.

GLENN: I know.

MALKIN: And this is about breaking that code of silence. I talk about the Mafia's code of silence in Omertà and if those whistleblowers can do it, we can do it. And we certainly you know, they certainly risk a lot more than we do.

GLENN: Michelle, I agree with you 110%. Thank you so much and we will talk again. We'll see you tonight on the TV show. Culture of Corruption is the name of the book. Pick it up.

BlazeTV host Mark Levin said his new book, "American Marxism," provides proof that we're not just facing a coming Marxist revolution — it's already here.

Many Americans remain unconvinced, believing recent moves from the far left and the Democratic Party are just passing phases. But this is not a "fad," Levin told Glenn Beck on the radio program Tuesday.

"This isn't progressivism, or social activism, or democratic socialism. This is Marxism. Now, it may not be Marxism in every particular. But it's an Americanized form of Marxism," Levin explained.

"You need to pay attention to what's taking place ... You've seen it with your own two eyes. You saw the riots all summer long. You saw Black Lives Matter, which is headed by an openly proud Marxist. You see Antifa, which is a Marxist anarchist organization. You see the media, that you have been watching and reading, endorse every single one of these movements," he added.

"People have been brainwashed, or ... haven't been paying attention. They view this as a passing fad," Levin went on to say. "It's not. We all need to wake up to this. And if we have little differences, moderate Democrats, Libertarians and so forth, you better put them aside right now. Because we have a common enemy. I say enemy, not opponent. Not adversary. Enemy. And we need to be focused on defeating that enemy, rather than fighting among ourselves."

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Electric vehicles are the wave of the future. They are so much better for the environment. At least that's what we have been told, but is this correct?

On his TV special, Glenn Beck explained how electric vehicles (EVs) might not actually be the environmental solution we've been led to believe. In fact, they may not be a solution at all.

Glenn shared a recent article from LiveScience that reported:

A 2014 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences looked at the entire life cycle of an EV's emissions, from mining the metals required for the batteries to producing the electricity needed to power them, and then compared this with the average emissions of a gas-powered vehicle. The team found that when electric vehicles are charged with coal-powered electricity, they're actually worse for the environment than conventional gasoline cars.

He next shared an article from The Greenage, which stated:

The Union of Concerned Scientists has calculated that manufacturing a mid-sized EV with an 84-mile range results in about 15 percent more emissions than manufacturing an equivalent gasoline vehicle. For larger, longer-range EVs that travel more than 250 miles per charge, the manufacturing emissions can be as much as 68 percent higher.

Noting how electric vehicles and other fossil-fuel alternatives require the use of mined minerals like lithium, cobalt, zinc, copper, and nickel, among others, Glenn quoted an International Energy Agency report that warned reaching the goals of the Paris Agreement "would mean a quadrupling of mineral requirements for clean energy technologies by 2040. An even faster transition, to hit net-zero globally by 2050, would require six times more mineral inputs in 2040 than today."

"Can [you] predict which country is the world leader in processing the minerals needed for these batteries? Right, China," Glenn stated. "The average EV requires over 200 kilograms of minerals. The average gas vehicle requires 40 kilograms of minerals, mostly copper. A single EV has 22 pounds of lithium in it ... yet another way that the green reset of American energy is putting us all at the mercy of Communist China."

"Oh, and remember during the Obama administration when the world was gonna end' over fracking?" Glenn asked. "Well, the Institute for Energy Research now says, and I quote, 'Mining and processing of lithium, however, turns out to be far more environmentally harmful than what turned out to be the unfounded issues with fracking.'"

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We've heard a lot about the 1776 Commission over the past several months. From the mainstream media, you've heard lies and slander: It was a racist panel put together by President Trump to peddle a whitewashed version of American history.

In reality, the 1776 Commission was established by President Trump in the fall of 2020 with the purpose of promoting "patriotic education." Not to mandate it, not to propose legislation – simply to PROMOTE it. The media and academia lost their minds over this now controversial idea that we should teach young Americans to appreciate the nation they've inherited. And predictably, just hours after Biden took the oath of office, he signed an executive order to dissolve the 1776 Commission, calling the commission's report "offensive and counterfactual."

Glenn Beck presents the 1776 Commission's report in its entirety, because unlike the media and President Biden who want to hide it from you, Glenn wants you to seek the truth and celebrate Independence Day with pride.

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I am an Irishman and in 2006, I was blessed with the opportunity to spend Independence Day in America. It was a magical experience I will never forget and one I am desperate to repeat.

Everything about the day was magical. I can remember every little detail: seeing the pure joy on people's faces when they saw family members, not seen since Christmas; enjoying burgers and hot dogs being grilled to perfection in the mid-afternoon; jumping on a boat and witnessing an awe-inspiring fireworks display with the feel of a cold beverage in my hand; coming ashore and sitting around an open fire, toasting marshmallows.

As fun as these activities were, they are NOT what made the day magical.

The day was and is made magical remembering WHAT Americans are celebrating: being thankful for the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence and the idea of America which improved EVERY aspect of our world.

I would be honored if you would allow me to share five pivotal points from the Declaration, explaining how they started America on the path to becoming an exceptional nation, and how you can learn from the founders' example today.

1 The Layout

Take a look around society today, and you will notice a prevalent theme. The majority of people are angry, upset, and frustrated. They love to highlight the parts of society they view as a problem and tear it down. This requires zero talent. Even newborn babies with no verbal skills and very little knowledge of the outside world will let you know when they are unhappy by crying for a clean diaper, food or attention.

History is filled with people complaining and starting wars because they feel they have been wronged and sought a future "free from their oppressor".

Thomas Jefferson and your founders were different. Before mentioning any issues with the King (they waited 1338 words), they first explained their vision and how America would be different from other nations. They boldly declared that all men were created equal and have a God-given right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

This principle of explaining what you are for has a long track record in American society and has long lead to effective change.

This principle of explaining what you are for has a long track record in American society and has long lead to effective change. This includes famous speeches by John F. Kennedy declaring, "We will go to the moon by the end of this decade," or the great Martin Luther King Jr. telling everyone how he "had a dream."

LESSON: Tell the world what you stand for -- not what you stand against!

2 Role of Government

I have spent over seven years with The Blaze, promoting your founding principles and explaining how America is unique and different to every other nation in the world. Every principle, policy, plan and idea can be traced back to one core principle: How we view government and its role in society.

On the surface of history, it is very easy to believe that our world is very different and would provide many different answers to this simple question.

Just look at our world today and you see many different power structures. England retains a monarch. European countries, like mine, are democracies. Iran is a theocratic-controlled country. Russia is an oligarchy. Inside those countries, you will notice differences in ideologies between communism, socialism, fascism, liberalism and even conservatism.

YES, they all look very different. However, if you look deeper into those countries, you will notice they all view government the exact same.

Government is a central agency that possesses the power to be the moral arbiters of society, the ability to be the great equalizer and most importantly they are the provider of rights.

Does this mean every government uses this power every day?

NO.

Clearly, there are governments around the world who are more open to freedom and view government as the last resort. However, every country believes government always has that power and there are situations when government must take control for the "greater good".

If you doubt this, look at the response to the coronavirus pandemic. Even countries that love to talk about freedom and identify as freedom-loving, removed their citizens' rights in the name of public safety. You witnessed everything from governments shutting down businesses, banning you from traveling more than three miles from your home, limiting the number of people you could have to visit your own house and enforcing you to wear a mask.

How could they do this? Because government is the power structure of all these countries and providers of rights. Any government that has the power to confer can also rescind them under the right circumstances.

Your founders were very clear that they did not share the world vision of an all-powerful government.

The idea of America is different. Your founders were very clear that they did not share the world vision of an all-powerful government. You can see this by reviewing the structure of the Constitution, but that foundation was started in the Declaration of Independence when they spoke about the Law of Nature and Nature's God, which highlights ALL rights come from God. You are born with these rights and it is the government's sole responsibility to ensure these rights are never taken away.

3 RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Take a step back and look at the public discourse today. You will notice the majority of people love to talk about their rights. My friends on the right love to talk about their right to free speech and guns. My friends on the left love to talk about their right to healthcare and abortions. When was the last time you saw anyone online talk about their duty and responsibilities? It's not a very popular topic.

Your founders were not dumb men.

Their genius was understanding the laws of nature and basic first principles. They researched world history -- from the great empires of the past to senates that were supposed to last forever, examining why they failed. While there are countless reasons for each, understanding one concept is critical. When freedom becomes all about rights and forgets about responsibilities, it creates a vacuum. Historically, the government always fills that vacuum. This creates a prime opportunity for a tyrant to come to power and solve a public need and always ends the same way - gaining more power and stripping you of your individual rights.

Your founders feared this vacuum and warned against it TWICE in the opening paragraphs of the Declaration of Independence. They spoke about your right to alter and abolish your government, instituting new safeguards. Then they spoke about your right, and duty, to throw off the government and provide new guards.

LESSON: Freedom without responsibility will always lead to tyranny.

4 RACIST FOUNDERS

As an outsider, nothing annoys me more than the constant attacks on your founders and their brilliance. Were they perfect? NOPE. Should they be worshipped like Idols? NOPE. Are there things we can improve upon? Yes. For example, it's 2021; why does the post office need to be included in Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution?

Despite their flaws, they provided America with a great platform on which to build. If America is to survive and prosper, the IGNORANT attacks that America's founders were old racist white men with wooden teeth must stop. Why? Because it is a LIE!!!

I could write at length about this issue alone, but I will provide two simple facts.

Firstly, please close your eyes and imagine an actual racist (no, not your typical Donald Trump supporter). Imagine how they look, how they sound, what words they use and everything down to what aftershave they wear. Got that vision? Good. Now try imagining that vile, disgusting racist say the following:

ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL!

Did your vision say those words? Do you think people like David Duke would say them, let alone sign their name to a statement declaring this as a self-evident principle for the world to see?

Answer: NO!

The second fact requires you to have a reading of history before America. Thomas Jefferson could have very easily left these five powerful words out entirely or just use the accepted language of the day from the Magma Carta which stated:

"All FREE men are created equal."

If Jefferson and the founders were racist, why did they improve on the language of the day and declare this truth as self-evident?

If ...the founders were racist, why did they improve on the language of the day and declare this truth as self-evident?

5 FORGOTTEN FOUNDERS

If you look at culture and politics today, you will notice a common theme where everyone just wants to win, regardless of the cost. Society tells us winning is everything, and there is no room for failure. Is this true? Can society progress really progress without failure and sacrificing everything they have for the greater good?

American history is so vast and deep that it can be straightforward to focus on the great and famous leaders who survived like Washington, Jefferson, Adams, Madison and Franklin.

This particular weekend, I would like to briefly highlight three patriots who took the ultimate risk by signing the Declaration of Independence. They lost everything, and are sadly forgotten by many who teach history.

JOHN HART: John was a widowed farmer in New Jersey with 12 kids. He was rich, well-known in society, and employed many. When he signed the Declaration, troops attacked his farm with orders to execute him in Hopewell. He fled and eventually died in hiding.

FRANCES LEWIS: Frank was involved in international business and made a fortune on the mercantile exchange. Like John, he was rich, powerful and employed many. When he signed, he returned to find armed troops at his home, taking possession of it. They arrested his wife, starved and mistreated her and although she was later released, she soon passed away due to the horrific treatment.

RICHARD STOCKTON: Richard was a wealthy lawyer who studied at Princeton. He served on the New Jersey Supreme Court and had the respect of his peers. After signing, he was locked up, starved, tortured, and robbed of his possessions. His treatment was so bad that his final days were spent living on the charity of friends.

These brave men could have chosen a much easier road in life. They could have ignored the calls for Independence, paid any additional taxes to the King and still lived a great life. They had everything you would deem desirable in society -- money, earthly possessions, name recognition, and respect.

...these men... risked everything they had so everyone could have a brighter and freer tomorrow.

When they signed the Declaration of Independence, the only thing they could gain was an opportunity for absolute freedom. This ideal was so powerful that these men, and countless others, risked everything they had so everyone could have a brighter and freer tomorrow.

LESSON: Pursuing a higher aspiration is more important than winning.

Personal Request:

It is popular for Americans to say "Happy 4th" or "Happy 4th of July."

PLEASE STOP SAYING IT!

After reading this, realize how important and significant your founders to America and the world. It is disrespectful to them, their memory, their sacrifice, and everything they fought for. After all, would you go up to a Christian and say "Happy 25th?"

NOPE.

May I wish you and your exceptional nation a very HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

If you enjoyed this column, I released a special on The Blaze this week where I did a deep dive into the Declaration of Independence with KrisAnne Hall. You can listen for free on Apple or Spotify or The Blaze.