GLENN: Okay. I wanted to talk to you because I read this story today. Where was it? It was in USA Today. Here it is. Latina blogger sees a world of change. She's been blogging since 2004. She has been flushing the blogosphere looking for Latino bloggers and apparently 40% of the turnout in Texas, they believe, is going to be from Latino voters. Okay. I don't even know what that means. I mean, you know, there's a lot of Hispanics that live in Texas. What is the population spread in Texas?
GRAY: It's 38%, I believe.
GLENN: Okay. So 40% of the voters, which makes sense. 40% of the voters. 38% of the population is Latino or Hispanic. Okay. So wow. People are going to be voting just like the demographics of the state. How weird is that?
GLENN: But she writes the Hispanic swing voters in this election are going to call it for the state. Quote: The global conversation is not complete without our Hispanic and Latino voices, end quote. The global conversation? What global conversation?
GRAY: Oh, man. See, this is the battle we're fighting. Please, help us, America. This is the battle we're fighting with these people who have these globalist tendencies, with these people who have been brought up with Marxist thought process, with these people who care more about the country from which they came than the one in which they now live. This is what we're battling here. This is why it is so critical to shut down the border to all the people crossing it illegally.
GLENN: You know, Pat, I remember. I was -- and I wish I still had them. I might have them some place. I remember when I was 18 years old and my high school trip where I was in a thing that, you know, we went on trips and my high school trip, my senior trip was to Mexico. And went to Mexico City and I saw an actual communist rally where they were burning effigies of Uncle Sam. This, what people have to understand is the people who grew up in Mexico, they have grown up around actual communists. Some of them have voted for actual communists.
GRAY: Well, and they don't hide it like, you know, the communist countries do.
GLENN: Oh, no.
GRAY: They don't hide it. They are full-fledged out in the open communists and that's not necessarily a bad thing in Mexico in their culture. This is what they've become accustomed to. It's a whole different way of thinking than we have in the United States. It's completely foreign to us. It's an ideology that most of us can't even imagine and yet they're completely comfortable with it. They don't have a problem with it. And this is what we can look forward to in a couple of years when they're all voting in these elections.
GLENN: I'm going to make a prediction. I saw a story that there was a -- there's such huge backlog of American citizenship for Latino voters. Have you seen this?
What did you say, Stu?
STU: I don't think you actually officially are allowed to make a prediction on this program without the prediction sounder.
VOICE: And now another one of Glenn Beck's amazing predictions.
GLENN: I don't think this is necessary. Okay, here it is.
GRAY: It's like he's poking fun a little bit.
GLENN: No, not Stu.
GRAY: You know, just an outsider of the program looking in, it seems like he's poking fun a little bit. I know that can't be true.
GLENN: Okay. You know that we have a huge backlog of people that are waiting to become American citizens, right?
GLENN: Giant backlog, bigger than ever before, a lot of them are Hispanics, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. I predict that there is going to be a massive push sometime in the summer most likely to allow these people to be -- to vote in this next election saying they're in line, they're already going to become citizens, why penalize them and make them wait because the government efficiency is not up to standard, let them vote as noncitizens because they're already going to be citizens; let them vote. I'll pet you that's going to happen.
GRAY: Oh, I think it will. Yeah, I don't think that's an outrageous prediction at all because if that happens, who benefits? I mean, clearly. Barack Obama or --
GLENN: Well, I don't know. Honestly I don't know. John McCain, do you think John McCain's going to do anything on the border? Just tell me what it feels like in Texas right now for John McCain.
GRAY: It's horrible. People are -- you know, I mean, they're willing to -- you've seen all the reports, I'm sure, that people are crossing from Republican to Democrat primary so they can vote for Hillary, just so they can keep the Democrats at each other's throats longer. Because they have no passion for John McCain. They couldn't care less about John McCain. It's just that John McCain is a slightly better alternative on several issues than the Democrats are. And so there's no passion to run out and vote for John McCain, none. None whatsoever.
GLENN: Who do you think's going to win next week?
GRAY: In the Democrat primary?
GRAY: Oh, Barack Obama. And I don't think, I don't think it's even going to be very close. I think he will wind up winning, he's just inched ahead like a percentage or so. I think he'll -- I wish you had a Pat Gray prediction sounder and then --
GLENN: Hang on, hang on. You say it and then I'll do it.
GRAY: I predict that Barack Obama will win by 8 or 9 points.
GLENN: Hang on. Run the sounder, Stu.
VOICE: And now another one of Glenn Beck's amazing predictions.
GLENN: I -- this one just came to me. I predict that Barack Obama is going to win by 8 or 9 points. I think he's -- is that pretty good?
GRAY: That's -- that's --
GLENN: Got anything else for me I can predict? Yeah. You know, I saw the polls last night out of Texas and it shows that, what is it, 12% say that they are committed to their candidate but they're willing to change their mind and they may change their mind by election day. I mean, there's just too much sway in this thing. It's all going to come down to momentum and all of the momentum is with Barack Obama, all of it. I have got to go to a Barack Obama -- you know, I don't even know what you call it, Sunday church meeting. I've got to go see one of his -- it's amazing. I heard audio yesterday of John McCain and I swear to you it was like this: "And, my friends -- do John McCain because you're fantastic at it.
GRAY: And my friends, I'm a conservative liberal -- wait. Hold on, my friends. What did I just say? I mean, I'm a conservative Republican, my friends.
GLENN: After he said that, then I heard this (applause). Yeah!
GLENN: And then you hear Barack Obama and he'll say, I'm for change (cheering), and it is just -- I mean, he's going to start playing Giants Stadium.
GRAY: Well, you talked about the sneeze. I mean, they went nuts for the sneeze. How stupid is that? It is a bizarre phenomena.
GLENN: They didn't go nuts for the sneeze.
GRAY: They went nuts for the sneeze.
GLENN: Let me ask you this. You see that Prince Harry is in Afghanistan, or was in Afghanistan?
GRAY: Yeah. He killed 30 Taliban by himself.
GLENN: Well, no, he didn't. They say now it was his squadron.
GRAY: Oh. I thought he was single-handedly just out slaughtering Taliban members.
GLENN: Let me ask you this, Pat.
GRAY: All right.
GLENN: I mean, he was second in line for being king. He was Princess Diana's son. He seemed like a fun guy.
GLENN: Single-handedly killed 30 Taliban with his own hands.
GLENN: I hear he did it like he was using one of those hands eating an apple at the time. How many, how many chicks does this guy have in his future?
GRAY: Quite a few. Quite a few.
GLENN: I mean, is there a guy that is going to come back from war that is going to be more popular with women than this guy is?
GRAY: Well, that and I mean, have they completely eliminated the image of the photos and the video of him falling down in the gutter drunk out of his mind, slobbering with booze trickling down his face? He's just kind of gone. Now he's killing Taliban with his teeth.
GLENN: Yeah, this guy's great. All right, thanks, Pat.