GLENN BECK PROGRAM
GLENN: I want to play this audio of Hillary Clinton and the question that she got from this college student. This is from -- was this on CNN, Stu?
DAN: Yes, it was on CNN, and she's talking about she was -- she wants to go to all these rallies and, you know, she wants to see all the candidates. And they picked her up and they offered to take prize to go to this event. So she's in the car with these Hillary people.
GLENN: The Clinton campaign picked them up?
DAN: I forget exactly what. It's like a campaign, whatever, they were offering rides.
STU: Certainly candidates do that all over the state.
GLENN: So here it is. Here she is talking to CNN about her question that she asked Hillary Clinton that wasn't her question.
VOICE: Brought me to one of the senior staffers and he asked me if there was any question I wanted to ask and I thought about it and I said, yeah, can I ask how her energy plan compares to the other candidates' energy plan. And he said, I don't think that's a good idea because I don't know how familiar she is with their plans. And he showed me --
GLENN: Just a second. Stop. I mean, I've got a problem with not familiar -- shouldn't you be familiar with the other candidates' plans? I mean, maybe you're not honest enough but if somebody else has a better plan you could -- you know, I like this part of the plan, but here's where they go wrong. You should probably know your candidates, you know, the other candidates' plans, you know. Let's just say you are a dirty campaigner. Steal the good ideas and make them yours! For the love of Pete.
All right. But that's not the real problem. Here it is.
VOICE: And then he showed me in his binder, he had a piece of paper that had typed out questions on it and the top of them was planned specifically for a college student.
GLENN: Stop, stop. He showed me his binder which, you've got a young college student talking about, you know, an encounter with a Clinton and, you know, show me your binder. I believe they're talking about actual binders here. But in the binder is a typed out sheet that says questions and the top one is, for college students. Now, I just want you to remember this. It's in the binder. It's a typed out sheet with questions in different categories.
VOICE: That said, like, college student. When I asked how it worked, he said, raise your hand when she asks for questions, raise your hand and she'll call on you. So I mean, I don't know for sure that she knew in advance but there were, like, 200 people there and everyone was raising their hand. I was one out of four.
GLENN: Stop. I'm going to give her the benefit of the doubt. I don't think she knew what the question was per se. I know she knows the answer to that question because it clearly has been done before, but I absolutely believe that, you know, a candidate, all candidates are probably told in advance, you know, we did some, you know, some operative work and you should call on this person and this person and this person. So here's the question and the answer that she asked and was answered by Hillary Clinton.
VOICE: As a young person, I'm worried about the long-term effects of global warming. How does your plan combat climate change?
HILLARY CLINTON: Well, you should be worried. I find as I travel around Iowa that it's usually young people who ask me about global warming.
GLENN: Stop. Of course it is. It's in the binder. That's the college student question. I mean, jeez. For the love of Pete, of course it is. Now, Hillary Clinton's camp came out and said, this is not systematic, this isn't -- maybe this happened this one time but it doesn't happen usually. You've got it in the binder!