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GLENN: 888 727 BECK, 888 727 BECK. You have to hear NPR. You ready? This is the part of the Kennedy coverage on NPR. Oh, jeez, stop.

PAT: This is the open.

GLENN: I can't

PAT: This is good.

GLENN: Stop, I can't take it.

PAT: This is good. You've got to hear this. We should learn.

GLENN: It's just so snotty.

PAT: We should learn from this.

GLENN: I can hear the ratings just growing right now.

STU: How do we get more of this on the radio? How does that happen?

GLENN: How do we get more?

STU: Yeah.

GLENN: Mark Lloyd, our new FCC czar will

(Audio playing)

GLENN: By the way, I'm not kidding you. This is what Mark Lloyd wants. Mark Lloyd is our new diversity czar. I pointed him out on Wednesday. He was the guy that we have on tape, on videotape again. No one responding to it. Extolling the important revolution that happened in Venezuela with Hugo Chavez. And if it wasn't for the United States and these big businesses and nonstate run radio, that revolution could have happened a lot easier. And that's that was his he's trying to make a case that we shouldn't, we shouldn't have free radio and television. It should all be run by the state. And he's using Hugo Chavez's first failure as a reason why because he hadn't controlled the radios yet. I mean, what?

STU: Well, did he say it over that music? Because I think it would be more credible.

GLENN: Do it again.

(Audio playing)

GLENN: You know that very start again, start again. You know that very important revolution in no, no, you know what, I can't do it. Do we have the Toll McClellan? Go ahead. Because I think we can we have our own.

VOICE: This has been Almost All Things Considered with toll

GLENN: No, wait, that was the ending. That's the ending. Do we have the beginning?

STU: Here's the beginning.

GLENN: Here's the beginning.

(Audio playing)

VOICE: Welcome back to National Public Radio.

GLENN: Yes.

VOICE: And now Almost All Things Considered with your host, Toll McClellan.

GLENN: Hello, I'm Toll McClellan with guests Biff Biffeson and, hello, Biff. Biff

PAT: Good to be here, George, good to be here.

GLENN: Biff, we are talking about this crazy thing called freedom of speech. And Mark Lloyd, the new FCC diversity czar that quite correctly pointed out that Hugo Chavez and his first attempt at revolution failed because of freedom of speech.

PAT: Bloody awful, Beck, bloody awful.

GLENN: See, we can do this. We've got jobs no matter what happens. We've got jobs.

PAT: Okay.

GLENN: So anyway, let's go hang on. Hold on just a second. I believe, Biff, we have a phone call.

PAT: Do we have? How marvelous.

GLENN: We have a phone caller coming through. Unfortunately our phone system here at NPR works as well as the private radio stations did. Yes, hello?

CALLER: Hello.

GLENN: Yes.

CALLER: I'm very interested in your program. Thank you now

GLENN: Please hold down some of the passion.

PAT: Your inside voice, if you will. If you wouldn't mind.

CALLER: I apologize. I'm very excited as you can tell from being on the program.

GLENN: Indoor voice, thank you.

PAT: Indoor voice.

CALLER: I just am invigorated by your commentary today.

GLENN: Slow down just a bit, please.

PAT: No reason to get excited, good fellow.

CALLER: Well, I'm very invigorated by your commentary. I just can't believe what you're talking about today because this is what I've been thinking for years and years, which is why do I have all these choices? When I turn on the radio

GLENN: Biff, very good point made here by the

PAT: Excellent, excellent point.

GLENN: Who usually we just look down our nose at and wonder why these people even are allowed to have phones.

PAT: Even exist, even exist on the planet.

GLENN: Even exist, yes, thank you.

PAT: Is there no population control anymore? What happened to the 1970s?

GLENN: There are no white houses, are there no prisons?

PAT: There are no prisons. It's bloody awful.

GLENN: All right, all right, stop, okay. So here is what NPR said. This is a conversation on NPR about Ted Kennedy.

VOICE: Sad at his passing and yet celebrating this huge life and his huge long list of accomplishments.

VOICE: I think he would be the last person who would want us, those he's left behind, to be morose and full of bathos.

GLENN: Oh, hang on. Morose and full of bathos.

PAT: Or partos or Arcadian for that matter.

GLENN: I am so full of bathos until I squeezed it out of me.

PAT: When you use the term bathos four times in a day, it belongs to you. It's your own word and you get royalties from it from then on. Bathos.

GLENN: You now own it! You've said it four times.

PAT: Oh, how marvelous!

GLENN: I may have to say it; I don't have enough money in my wallet. (Laughing). Okay, so anyway, he wouldn't want us to be full of bathos.

VOICE: He would come in with a big guffawing laugh and make us laugh, too.

VOICE: He would, yes.

STU: Are we going to ignore guffawing?

GLENN: Stop, stop, stop, stop. I mean, it's a normal word.

PAT: A big guffawing laugh. (Laughing).

GLENN: Oh, and we all would have, we all would have chortled over that for hours.

VOICE: At his own expense.

VOICE: Well, you know, he I don't know if you know this or not, but one of his favorite topics

GLENN: Ready?

VOICE: of humor was indeed Chappaquiddick itself and he would ask people, have you heard any new jokes about Chappaquiddick.

PAT: That's such a scream!

GLENN: It is.

PAT: Remember that chick I drove into the creek? She was like 19, 20 years old, wasn't my wife! (Laughing). I went home, I'm out, you know, I'm a little wet, but I'm home relaxing with a beer; she's expecting me to come back! (Laughing).

GLENN: Oh, man. You're killing me! (Laughing). Just like her!

PAT: It was killing her! (Laughing).

GLENN: Oh, man!

PAT: That's rich, like me!

If there is any doubt about the radical agenda in our school systems, this California teacher just put that to bed. She asked to remain anonymous and courageously agreed to join Glenn on radio Wednesday and provided a document all about the mandatory training the teachers in her school district all had to complete.

They are not required to implement the training in actual curriculum but they are encouraged to talk to their kids about it. She asked colleagues what they thought about the training and many said that it was not sitting right with them but maybe it was because they had racist tendencies themselves.

Read the full document here:

Howtotalkabout race.pdf

Here's how the conversation went:


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Once again, the media has failed to carry out even the most cursory investigation when it comes to allegations against Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.). But investigative journalist David Steinberg has been piecing together "32 new, verifiable, archived pieces of evidence" that indicate Omar conducted the "most extensive spree of state and federal felonies by an elected congressperson in U.S. history."

Steinberg joined Glenn Beck on the radio program to detail how the pieces fit together in his latest report available on TheBlaze.com.

"It's over," Steinberg told Glenn. "There's really nothing left. It's all ... the publicly available documentation that anyone would need to be convinced that, for eight years, [Omar] married her brother to commit immigration fraud. And this marriage fraud also was in the service of education fraud/student loan fraud. And along the line, we have evidence, that she filed at least two years of fraudulent tax returns, possibly eight [years]. We have evidence that she perjured herself eight times during her 2017 divorce from this man. And along the way, of course, we know she was living in public housing. We also know she was likely receiving subsidized child care.

"Essentially, almost everything she put her name on for eight years was perjury or fraud. And it all adds up to likely the most extensive spree of state and federal felonies by an elected congressperson in U.S. history. I really have no other way to put it. That's how big this is."

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The extreme-left idea that gender is "fluid" is a complete denial of science, according to sex researcher and neuroscientist Dr. Debra Soh.

Dr. Soh joined Glenn Beck on his latest podcast to talk about her new book, "THE END OF GENDER: Debunking the Myths about Sex & Identity in Our Society" and to offer a hard dose of objective truth about gender and sexual orientation based on scientific facts.

She also explained why she had to leave academia to be able to speak freely about sex and identity, and how — despite being a liberal — the far-left is actively trying to cancel her for saying there are biological differences between men and women.

Watch the video clip below or find the full episode of the "Glenn Beck Podcast with Dr. Debra Soh here.

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In February 2020, Glenn Beck and his research team uncovered an alleged multi-billion dollar money laundering scheme which lead to a missing $1.8 billion in U.S. aid sent to Ukraine during the Obama administration, all of which pointed to Igor Kolomoisky, the corrupt Ukrainian billionaire at the center of it all.

If you missed Glenn's February special, "Ukraine: The Final Piece," you can find it here.

This week, the FBI raided the offices of U.S. companies owned by Kolomoisky in Cleveland and Miami. Additionally, the Department of Justice accused the Ukrainian oligarch of stealing billions of dollars from PrivatBank and then laundering the money through a network of companies all over the world. Kolomoisky and partner, Hennadiy Boholyubov, owned PrivatBank until December 2016, when Ukraine nationalized the bank because billions of dollars had gone missing.

Kolomoisky has ties to the Ukrainian gas firm Burisma, former Burisma board member Hunter Biden, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, whose phone call with President Donald Trump was central to the Democrats' now-failed impeachment attempt.

On the radio program Friday, Glenn spoke with chief researcher Jason Buttrill about these latest developments.

"Yeah, $1.8 billion of [taxpayer] money that just vanished has now been found, or at least part of it, in Miami and Cleveland," Glenn said.

"I can't believe it's taken this long," Jason responded. "You said in February that [Kolomoisky] was the key to finding out where the money went. And we're talking about $1.8 billion dollars — $1.8 billion! That could finance a small war."

"That money went to PrivatBank — that's Kolomoisky's bank," he continued. "It was later nationalized after they found out all this money was mysteriously going missing. But it went through a bank in Cypress then, poof, it was laundered all over the world. [...] We also showed, in one of the previous shows, that there were wire transfers going from Burisma, which Kolomoisky is the managing principal of, to Hunter Biden."

Glenn and Jason also talked about recent reports from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) alleging ties between American revolutionaries, such as Antifa, and Marxist terrorists in Syria, which BlazeTV exposed back in June. Find out more here.

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