Why does Glenn hate this Christmas song?

(Baby It's Cold Outside playing)

GLENN: See, maybe this is just the -- maybe this is just the negative side of me, but... I think this -- you know, stop this song for a second. Maybe it's just me but this seems like, oh, this is kind of cute. But then I heard this done by Dean Martin and Dean Martin you know you couldn't trust. I mean, he was a friend of Sinatra. You know what I'm saying? Unions, I'm just saying. So then I hear it from Dean Martin and I think, there's something here. There's something much deeper than this. Go back to the beginning. I just want you to listen to the words. Now it seems like the song, ranking the best Christmas cartoon.

(Music playing)

GLENN: Okay. Stop, stop, stop, stop. First she says, "I really can't stay." And he says, "But baby, it's cold outside." All right. So what I'm -- if I may, in other words what he's saying is, guess what, skank, put out or I'm going to leave you stranded in sub zero temperatures. You know what I mean? It's cold outside. Now, you might think that's a little dramatic, you know, right now, but may I lay the rest of the song out to provide some context. Go ahead.

(Music playing)

GLENN: Okay, okay, okay. Now here she's saying, "I really can stay." She's trying to politely get out of there: I've got to go away, you know? That's what she says, "I've got to go away." When was the last time you said, "I've got to go away" to somebody who was, "No, you just stay with me." "I've got to go away." You don't say "I've got to go away." And she says, "The evening's been so very, very nice." She's trying to act like nothing's wrong and excuse herself. Right? "I've got to go away. The evening's been very, very nice." And then what does he tell her he's going to do? Listen to this.

(Music playing)

GLENN: Stop just a second. "Holding your hand," that's a sign of affection, right? Holding your hands, that's restraint. That's a form of imprisonment. Then she says....

(Music playing)

GLENN: Stop, stop, stop, stop. She says, "My mother will start to worry and my father will be pacing the floor," which is exactly the thing that a hostage says. "If my contact doesn't hear from me, they are going to come looking." And then what does he say in response? Listen to this.

(Music playing).

GLENN: Stop. See what I'm saying? You didn't catch it? Let me tell you something. You are never going to work for the FBI unless you follow along. You've got a hostage situation. He's holding her hands. She's saying, "Somebody's going to come for me. They know where I am." And then he says, "Listen to the fireplace roar." In other words, I'll burn you alive if you don't stay and put out. That's what I'm hearing here. Oh, how did we miss this our whole life? Then she decides it's escalating too fast. Listen to what she says.

(Music playing)

GLENN: Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop. So she decides it's escalating out of control. "Well, okay, then maybe just one more drink. Just one more drink." And then he distracts her. He says, "You put on some records." First of all, who plays records anymore? Serial killers. She says, "Okay, maybe half a drink more. Maybe just half a drink." And he says, "Yeah, put on some of those records while I pour." So now he's set up to pour the drink while her attention is elsewhere. What does he do? He drugs the drinks. Hello! As evidenced by what she says next.

(Music playing)

GLENN: Stop, stop, there it is, your Honor. "Say, what's in this drink?" Then she says....

(Music playing)

GLENN: "I wish I knew how to break this spell." Say, what's in this drink? I wish I knew how to break this spell. In other words, "I think I just ingested a date rape drug. I'd like to stop the effects right now. He's going to burn me to death. Mom, Dad!" In the middle of it he says....

(Music playing)

GLENN: Okay, all right, all right. He says, "Your eyes are like starlight now," clearly the effects of GHB kicking in now. And then he says, "I'm going to take your hat." Yes, at her most vulnerable moment, he begins to take her clothes off. Then she says....

(Music playing)

GLENN: Wait, wait, wait, wait. She says, "I ought to say no, no, no," but she can't. Why? Because she's basically paralyzed now laying next to the fire where she's terrified he's going to burn her to death, and he mockingly says, "Mind if I move in close?" This is a horror movie! Knowing she can't resist, she takes solace in the fact that she at least has tried to stop his advances. And then he says....

(Christmas music playing)

GLENN: "I know, I can't, but I'm drugged, at least I can say I tried." Okay, look. I mean, the song -- stop it. We should never play this again. It's the Nightmare Before Christmas. You know, it just goes on and on and on, you know, "I simply must go." The clear answer is no, yet he keeps coming and coming and coming.

You know what this is? This is the story of the guy that Dog the Bounty Hunter arrested in Mexico. Oh, the welcome has been so nice and warm. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. That warmth is, you know, the warmth that GHB induces. You see what I'm saying? Your lips look delicious. Oh, I bet they do, Hannibal the Cannibal. I get it. Put out or you're going to find yourself in an icy grave. Merry Christmas. Is that too -- is it just me?

How does a sports writer know how to fix America, and America's racial dilemma?

In a special edition of the "Glenn Beck Radio Program," Outkick sports columnist Jason Whitlock filled in Tuesday for Glenn to explain how we can bring America back together, lean into racial harmony, and restore the values of our Founding Fathers. Because if not us, then who will?

Jason started out by explaining how, during a recent appearance on the program, he felt a spiritual connection with Glenn, regardless of physical differences, as both share a common passion for God and country.

"Glenn and I share a kindred spirit. A kindred passion," Jason said. "We have two things that we love and are passionate about: God and country. I am not a minister. I'm a flawed sinner just like Glenn and just like you. But I am a believer. Believers share an energy that connects them, that cuts through our physical differences and makes those differences irrelevant relevant. That's what I felt when I met Glenn, an energy and a spirit that connects us. We are broadcasters, media personalities, operating in separate spaces, trying to talk to Americans, who share our passion."

Jason went on to say that he believes there are forces operating, both outside of and inside America, that are working to separate America from God, and that much of what we've witnessed in 2020 — from the racial division stirred by the mainstream and social media, to the rioting and looting by Antifa and Black Lives Matter, to the "remaking of the sports world into a shrine that celebrates resisting criminal suspects and denigrates this great country at every turn" — are symptoms and consequences of America's enemies separating God and country.

"We are one nation under God. We are nothing without Him," Jason continued. "The flawed sinners who founded this nation baked God into this country with their Declaration of Independence. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights. That among those, are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The foreign and domestic enemies of this nation are baking a new American cake. God isn't an essential ingredient in this new cake. He isn't an ingredient at all. The removal of faith is sewing the disharmony that is terrorizing and destroying the United States of America.

"Why am I here today? I'm here to tell you how we take our country back, how we restore the freedoms and the liberties our enemies seek to remove in their remaking of a godless America."

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One of the most shocking things British journalist, political commentator, and author of "The Madness of Crowds," Douglas Murray witnessed during his recent stay in America, was how many Americans are acting as if they live in 1930s Germany or behind the Iron Curtain, afraid to stand up and speak out because they're afraid of the consequences.

Murray joined the "Glenn Beck Podcast" this week to explain why he believes the state of America is actually worse than we realize, and how the Left's obsession with rewriting history has ushered in guilt, fear, and a "silent majority."

Murray said he's particularly "fed up" with those on the Right who are afraid to voice their opinion because they don't want to become the target of leftist mobs on social media.

"Do you think anyone in history who told the truth had an easy time? You've got the easiest time that any opposition movement ever did in history," Murray said.

"You cannot have these people in America living in a free society — which is for the time being free — pretending that they live under the circumstances of Jews in 1930s Germany," he added. "Speak up. Speak out. Don't be a silent majority; be a very damn noisy majority. And don't put up with the oppression of people who are totally insincere ... they want to make money. They want to win. Nothing more. Call them out ... and get back to what you should be doing as a nation."

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New York City shut down its schools over the coronavirus with barely any notice. But even before that, Governor Andrew Cuomo apparently wasn't in the mood to be asked about it, and he made that very clear to reporters.

Asked on Wednesday whether parents could expect schools to be closed as soon as Thursday, Cuomo mocked reporters for their "obnoxious and offensive" questions and accused them of not paying attention. Watch the testy exchange for yourself here.

On Thursday's radio program, Glenn Beck and producer Stu Burguiere had plenty to say about Stu's least favorite governor and the decision to close schools. But Glenn also offered his own theory on why coronavirus restrictions have become so political: Americans refuse to be forced into submission.

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Everything comes down to the two Senate runoffs in Georgia. If we lose both races, we lose the country. Democrats know this and are pouring in millions to usher in a Marxist agenda.

As the Left tries to hide how radical the two candidates really are, Glenn takes us inside the Democrat war room to expose the wolf in pastor's clothing, Raphael Warnock, and America's Justin Trudeau, Jon Ossoff. Socialism, the Green New Deal, and "defund the police" are all on the table. And Glenn warns of what's to come if conservatives don't activate: Chuck Schumer will weaponize the Senate, and the radical Left will launch an all-out assault to ravage the Constitution.

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