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GLENN: What does this ACORN T‑shirt make you feel and why does it make you feel that way?

CALLER: Well, just, I was very, very surprised when I turned it on this morning and saw you wearing it because they're destroying our country and it just, you know, it breaks my heart.

PAT: You know what Bev needs is a behavioral psychologist.

GLENN: Some sort of behavioral ‑‑

PAT: Yes.

GLENN: Hang on just a sec.

PAT: Someone who can sit with her in her living room.

GLENN: Oh, wait, wait, wait, I have one. From Washington representative Brian Baird introduced a bill yesterday, H.R. 3247 that will establish a social and behavioral science research program. What would the program do? It would be set up to identify and understand social and behavioral factors that influence energy consumption to promote the utilization of the results of social and behavioral research to improve the design, development and demonstration and application of energy technologies policies and programs, and it's going to create a director of social and behavioral research.

STU: That would be helpful.

GLENN: Wouldn't that be great?

STU: That would be great for us.

GLENN: Because then we can find out what's going on with Bev and the way we can get Bev to stop with the hatred of ACORN. Just because they're different than you, Bev.

CALLER: See, I don't believe anything I hear out of any of them.

STU: Stop screaming, Bev.

CALLER: I got an e‑mail from someone this morning and it had a newspaper article from Russia.

PAT: Please use your indoor voice, Bev.

CALLER: Oh, I'm sorry. I just get very heated when I talk about it.

GLENN: See, there's the anger we were talking about. I mean, you let these kooks like Bev talk and they immediately hang themselves.

STU: Sounds like a Bev problem.

GLENN: I mean, here she is. All right, go ahead, Bev, tell us about Russia.

CALLER: See, there's a newspaper article in Russia and it's verified by Snopes how they are making fun of the United States, how we're just letting our democracy slip away and not doing a thing about it and that's just ‑‑

GLENN: No, that ‑‑ Bev, can I tell you something?

CALLER: Sure.

GLENN: You know what article I'm talking about? How old is that article, Pat? Do you remember? That was when I was ‑‑ I gave that speech at the capitol, when was that?

PAT: About three months? Three months ago?

GLENN: That's ‑‑ Bev.

CALLER: Oh, that's old news?

GLENN: That's old news.

STU: Tired old arguments of the past.

GLENN: Why are you bringing up the tired old arguments of the past?

CALLER: I'm sorry, that's my mistake.

PAT: We're talking social justice now.

CALLER: See, I guess I'm a former drinker as well. So maybe I should have a beer and I'll feel better about everything.

GLENN: There we are. See, we ‑‑ if we all just have some beers, then it will all start making sense to us.

CALLER: Oh, there you go.

GLENN: Thank you very much, Bev.

CALLER: Thank you, Glenn. Have a good ‑‑

GLENN: You know what? Look, America, you have to learn this lesson. It's going to be very hard to become sane. See, you're insane right now. You're crazy. May I just quote Winston Smith writing in his diary? With the feeling that he was speaking to O'Brien, he was setting forth this axiom. He said freedom is the freedom to say that 2 plus 2 make 4. If that is granted, all else follows. And then later Winston, for his own good was being administered a therapy session and he's crying out and he says, how can I help it? How can I help seeing what is in front of my eyes? 2 and 2 are 4. And he starts to cry and then the person who's just there to help says, sometimes, with Winston, sometimes they're 5. Sometimes they're 3. Sometimes they're all of them at once. You must try harder. It's not easy to become sane. That's from the book 1984. We don't understand yet, you see. You're insane. Gee, where have I read that about me? Oh, in all of the media, especially any media owned by General Electric. That's weird. General Electric? Why would the media, why would the media arm of General Electric, CNBC, NBC, why would they try to paint me in any other way? Why would they do that? Sure, sure I am a big competitor but, wow, so are you saying that just for money a competitor will try to destroy, just for the small amount of money that GE would make if they took me off of Fox News? Is that enough money to make the system, from all of MSNBC yesterday and then the Today Show and the Tonight Show. What would be their motivation for doing that? Unless maybe GE is just an extension of this administration. Unless GE is just somehow or another a propaganda arm of this government. Only because they can't make a ‑‑ they will make a small amount of money destroying me, but if they're in bed with the federal government and the administration, well, my gosh, they're in aerospace. They can continue to get all these great contracts. They're in green energy. That's fantastic. They're in broadcast you know it's pretty dicey right now if you're in broadcast. Look at all of the great things that they can accomplish for the good of humanity, for the good of the collective. Oh, you know, I've been insane, I guess. I have been insane.

STU: Do you see what's happening here? He's starting to sound like Bev, the caller.

GLENN: No, I'm waking up. That's why I'm wearing the ACORN shirt.

Candace Owens, BLEXIT founder and author of the upcoming book, "Blackout," joined Glenn Beck on Friday's GlennTV for an exclusive interview. available only to BlazeTV subscribers.

Candace dropped a few truth-bombs about the progressive movement and what's happening to the Democratic Party. She said people are practically running away from the left due to their incessant push to dig up dirt on anybody who disagrees with their radical ideology. She explained how -- like China and its "social credit score" -- the left is shaping America into its own nightmarish episode of "Black Mirror."

"This game of making sure that everyone is politically correct is a societal atom bomb. There are no survivors. There's no one that is perfect," Candace said. "The idea that humanity can be perfect is Godless. If you accept that there is something greater than us, then you accept that we a flawed. To be human is to be flawed."

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Philip Haney, a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) whistleblower during the Obama administration, was found dead near Plymouth, California, on Friday.

Authorities said 66-year-old Haney died from a single gunshot wound to his chest, which was determined to be "self-inflicted." Read more on this here.

Haney was a good friend to Glenn Beck and the program. On radio Monday, Glenn said it's almost impossible for him to believe that the man he knew so well could have taken his own life.

"He was one of the most honorable men I've ever met," Glenn said. "A guy who was willing to put himself in danger. A guy who knew what he was dealing with, knew that he could be killed, or that he would be disappeared, or that he could go to prison. And he was absolutely unafraid. And this is one reason why I know, why I so strongly feel that he didn't kill himself."

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Christians are conflicted when it comes to President Donald Trump. Some proudly support him and his policies, while others just can't accept the man behind the boorish language.

Ruth Graham, daughter of the late evangelist Billy Graham, joined Glenn Beck on "The Glenn Beck Podcast" this week to make a case for the president from a Christian's point-of-view.

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WATCH: Dem goes to Trump rally and realizes Dems are screwed in 2020

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On Thursday's radio program ,Glenn interviewed Dr. Karlyn Borysenko, who described what it was like attending a President Trump rally as a Democrat. She told Glenn Beck that crossing party lines is nearly forbidden in liberal circles but she branched out anyway — and learned quite a bit about the other side.

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