Caller hangs up on Glenn


Best Of Callers - Volume 5

Despite the fact that Glenn Beck has debated thousands of angry callers on the air during the decades of his career --- and won the arguments a stunning 100% of the time---people just can't resist the urge to call in and state their case. Like watching a train wreck, it never gets old listening to someone call up and get totally owned. Which is why we are proud to present Glenn Beck's 'Best of Callers Volume 5'. You'll get the idiots and so much more, including (but not limited to) 'celebrity' call-ins, actual good callers, and Stu reporting live. It’s the Best of Callers Volume 5---get your idiot fix today!

GLENN: Well, let's see. Let me go to Loren who's got that holiday treat for us. Hello, Loren. And it was an Insider. How are you, sir?

CALLER: I'm doing well, Mr. Glenn, how are you doing?

GLENN: Am I on a speakerphone?

CALLER: No, you are on a headset but I can take you off of it. Is that better?

GLENN: Not really. I mean, why are you on a headset?

CALLER: Just because I've been on hold for 108 minutes.

GLENN: But who's counting?

CALLER: But who's counting. My question for you is -- 

GLENN: Hang on just a second. Hang on just a second.

CALLER: Okay.

GLENN: Put him on hold. Put him on hold, will you? I mean, surely a guy who would hold for 108 minutes will hold for 112. Let me go to Travis. Hello, Travis, you are on the Glenn Beck program.

CALLER: Hello, Glenn. Honor to speak to you. My comment was about if the government mandates everyone plugging in their cars to recharge them, what's that going to do to the cost of electricity and what about the fact that has everybody forgot about all the roaming blackouts we've had this past summer?

GLENN: You mean the rolling blackouts?

CALLER: Yeah. I mean, we got people asking us to conserve electricity because they can't make enough electricity to run air-conditioners but we're going to have to charge our cars?

GLENN: Yeah, but that just comes from your wall. See, I mean, you're not -- 

CALLER: Right.

GLENN: You are not thinking like a progressive here, Travis. You are thinking like a conservative that says, wait a minute, maybe we should build a nuclear power plant because you won't let us have coal, either. So we've got to make power some way or another. Of course, we can't have any more dams because that will hurt the little fish. So maybe we should come up with something else. Stop overthinking it. It comes from the wall. You just plug your car into the wall.

CALLER: Unlimited supply, I guess.

GLENN: Yes, yes.

CALLER: And what's that going to cost us?

GLENN: Why do you think Wal-Mart is so powerful?

CALLER: They got a really big extension cord.

GLENN: That's right. Plug right into the wall. All right, what was the last question?

CALLER: What's it going to do to the cost of electricity?

GLENN: Cost? Don't worry about that. Those electric companies, we'll be able to bail them out. If people can't afford it, we'll just tax them more.

CALLER: There we go.

GLENN: Then we'll subsidize those who can't afford electricity. Jeez, you've got to think. Thanks for your phone call.

Let's go to Loren. You're on the Glenn Beck program.

CALLER: Hello, Mr. Glenn, how are you doing?

GLENN: All right. Now Loren, it's 120 minutes according to my calculation.

CALLER: Yeah, yeah, I looked at my phone. It's 120 minutes. But my question to you is -- 

GLENN: Let me ask you this.

CALLER: Yes, sir.

GLENN: Let me ask you this. This must be a good question for 120 minutes.

CALLER: Well, it was kind of convenient. I can walk around the house. I had my headset on. I got a lot of work done.

GLENN: So it's not a good 120 minute question.

CALLER: Well, it could be a good 120 minute question.

GLENN: Is it a 120 minute question or is it a possible 116 minute question? Or is it so good, it could possibly be 125 minute question?

CALLER: Well, I don't want to say the 125 minute question because I'd probably get put back on hold again.

GLENN: No, not for that. Hang on just a second. Let me just do a commercial here real quick.

(Proflowers.com)

GLENN: Hang on. Loren, Loren, are you still there?

CALLER: Yes, I am.

GLENN: All right.

CALLER: Are you ready for my question yet?

GLENN: Not yet. Hang on just a second.

(ProFlowers)

GLENN: 888-727-BECK, 888-727-BECK is the phone number. Let me -- now let me go to Loren who's got 126 minute question.

CALLER: Well, it's not a 126 minute question anymore, but my question is -- 

GLENN: Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait a minute action wait a minute.

CALLER: Yes.

GLENN: Now, you've had 126 minutes to sit there on hold and you wanted to ask a question.

CALLER: Yes.

GLENN: And now you come to the table "On the day of my daughter's wedding" and you come with a question that's not up to par for a 126 minute weight?

CALLER: Well, I think it was a 123 minute question.

GLENN: Would you like some more time to try to juice it up a little bit?

CALLER: I don't think I can juice it up any more.

GLENN: Okay. Let's have your question.

CALLER: Okay. My question is now that the government's putting all this money -- 

GLENN: Hang on. This is the question that he has been waiting to ask for 127 minutes now.

CALLER: We're pumping all this money into the economy.

GLENN: Yes.

CALLER: And in the past the system was set up so that the economy would grow to fill and make that money actually have value. But we're pumping in so much money now, is there any mechanism in place to be able to pull it back out and if it is, what is it? I can't find any source on the Internet.

GLENN: What do you think? Stu, do you think that's a good -- do you think that's a 127 minute question?

STU: That was about an 85, 86 minute question.

GLENN: You think so?

STU: Yeah, it wasn't a 12 minute question.

GLENN: Certainly wasn't a 12 minute question. Stu? Loren, are you listening to us? I mean, calling and asking a question, what are you doing now?

CALLER: I'm dealing with some customers.

GLENN: We're trying to give you an answer here.

STU: You are working through this whole wait?

CALLER: Yes.

STU: No wonder the question was only worth 85 minutes. You are not even focused.

GLENN: Focus, man. Do you know what you could accomplish on question-asking if you would just focus?

CALLER: Oh, not really.

GLENN: You are not even listening to me anymore.

CALLER: Not really.

GLENN: Stu, do you -- you don't care about the question or the answer, do you?

CALLER: Yes, I do. I wouldn't have waited.

STU: He's selling something.

GLENN: If it's an 85-minute question, surely you can answer it.

STU: An 85-minute question? I'm usually better around the 35 to 40-minute questions.

GLENN: 35 to 40 minute questions? Actually, Loren, I have to tell you I think that is a 127 minute question. Are you ready?

CALLER: Okay.

GLENN: Here's the answer for you. The way we always pull money back is you do it through jacking up the interest rates. You make money harder to get. You jack up the interest rates and that pulls money back into the system, okay? That is the way, that's why I've said for the last couple of years if we ever hit a point to where they open these valves and you don't see the economy start to move and you -- are you talking?

CALLER: No -- maybe.

GLENN: You were talking.

CALLER: I have a customer.

GLENN: Let me talk to the customer.

CALLER: I have two.

GLENN: Let me talk to one of them.

CALLER: No, no, no, no, no. I got it -- I'm going to do something that I've never done in my life. I'm going to put you on hold.

GLENN: I can't -- 

STU: (Laughing).

GLENN: What is -- 

STU: He really put you on hold. This is a good comeback here.

GLENN: I am -- now, how long have I been on hold?

STU: About 30 seconds. Do you have a question for him when he comes back on?

GLENN: No, but I don't think my answer is a 30-second answer.

STU: What is he -- I want to know what he's selling that's so important.

GLENN: What do you do? Look -- 

CALLER: I'm sending Christmas presents to everybody. I am a pack-and-ship owner.

GLENN: That's more important? Look, if you're selling, like, blood clot stuff that you're like, oh, you're bleeding to death; here, put this blood clot thing on you, then I'm interested in holding. You're sending people's presents?

CALLER: Yes.

GLENN: You know there's 15 days, right?

CALLER: Well, these people are well prepared. They are getting out plenty of time.

GLENN: Are you ready for the answer? Are you ready for the answer?

CALLER: Yes, sir, but I'm going to have to hang up. Thank you.

GLENN: What a jerk. Oh, I think that is a first. Loren, call back in if you can get through. I'll give you a prize. Of course, it may be six to twelve weeks delivery time, but well done.

On Thursday's radio program, Grace Smith and her father, Andy, joined Glenn Beck on the phone and provided a first-hand account of Grace's refusal to wear a mask at school.

Smith, 16, began a maskless protest after her school district in Laramie, Wyoming, decided to implement a mask mandate. As a result, Grace received three suspensions, was issued two $500-citations, and was eventually arrested.

"How long were you in jail?" Glenn asked.

Grace said was taken to jail but was never booked nor was she was placed in a jail cell.

Glenn commended Grace's father, Andy, for raising such a "great citizen" and asked if it was Grace's idea to protest. Andy said it was Grace's idea, explaining that they took the position of arguing on the grounds of civil rights rather than the efficacy of wearing a mask.

Grace has since withdrawn from public school and started a home school program. She also told Glenn that she will continue to fight the school district, legally.

You can donate to Grace's legal fund here.

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Disclaimer: The content of this clip does not provide medical advice. Please seek the advice of local health officials for any COVID-19 and/or COVID vaccine related questions & concerns.

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It seems the Left wants a civil war and some on the Right want a national divorce. The country is split right now unlike anything Glenn Beck has ever witnessed. There are two sides: Those who want to fundamentally change this country and those who believe in KEEPING the experiment of liberty that the Founding Founders intended.

The ideological gap seems impossible to cross, but Glenn explains why he won't secede. David Reaboi, Claremont Institute senior fellow and author of "National Divorce Is Expensive, but It's Worth Every Penny," tells Glenn why a national breakup is not an impossibility just because it will be difficult.

What can we do to fight back … peacefully? How can the states that still believe in the Constitution create pockets of freedom in the shadow of tyranny? On his Wednesday night special this week, Glenn answers that and provides a road map to preserving what the Left is trying to destroy.

Finally, James Simpson, author of "Who Was Karl Marx? The Men, the Motives and the Menace Behind Today's Rampaging American Left," provides solutions on the issues the "red states" must unite around before Left and Right America officially call it quits.

Watch the full episode of "Glenn TV" below:

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An Afghan interpreter who helped save then-Sen. Joe Biden's life in 2008 was among those stranded in Afghanistan after Biden's troop withdrawal. He has now escaped the country with his family, but not with President Biden's help.

Thanks to private organizations, including The Nazarene Fund, the interpreter and his family have now been rescued.

Watch the video clip below to hear Glenn Beck share the details:

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A shocking new report by The Daily Wire reveals that the furious father whose arrest at a school board meeting likely sparked the call for the FBI to investigate anti-CRT parents like domestic terrorists was furious for good reasons: The Loudoun County School Board allegedly tried to cover up his daughter's rape.

Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) joined Glenn Beck on the radio program Tuesday to discuss the incident and explain why he joined 60 lawmakers in a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland demanding answers for why the FBI is targeting parents.

"We want to know ... what kind of coordination took place between the White House, activist groups and teachers unions, and the Department of Justice," Stewart told Glenn. "Because we have evidence that there was [coordination] and, in fact, that the White House are the ones who initiated this. They asked for these activist groups to write this inflammatory letter to the Department of Justice saying they were 'intimidated' and that they 'felt threatened', giving the Department of Justice Attorney General Garland, the excuse to say, 'Okay, well, we have to respond'."

Stewart went on to say he believes the federal government would only involve the FBI in such an issue if its purpose is to silence and intimidate parents concerned about the "poison" being taught to their kids in school. So, what can he and the other representatives who disagree with the Biden administration's overreach of power do to stop it?

Watch the video clip below to hear Stewart explain:

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