Glenn Beck: The Plan


This Saturday Glenn will give an exclusive sneak preview of THE PLAN at The Villages in Florida. The free event starts at 3pm and will be followed by a book signing. Click here for more information...

GLENN: I was in a store yesterday and, you know, in New York everybody has these revolving doors. And I was in a store yesterday and I was with my daughter and I go into this revolving door and I start pushing through, and this guy who's in the revolving door all of a sudden as I mean, we're booking. He's going out; I'm going in. And as he sees me, he looks up and he sees me, he tries to pull himself out of the revolving door and go the other way quickly and I mean, he is slammed in the, you know, halfway into the revolving door and out. And it must have hurt a lot and I said, oh, my gosh! And, you know, he got out and he was kind of dazed. And I got out and I said, oh, my gosh, I'm so sorry; what were you doing? And he said, I saw you. I wanted to meet you. And I said, well, I'm sorry that I almost cut you in half with a revolving door. And he said, no, no. No, I just have to, you know, thank you for everything you're doing, blah, blah blah. And he said, I have to tell you I work here in New York. He said, I am the only conservative that I work with. He said, I spent all last summer; what are you listen! He said all of the people I work with now, all of them, while they will never say they are conservative or anything, you know, they're still liberals, he said, all of them are now saying this guy's a nightmare.

PAT: Thank heaven.

GLENN: This guy's a nightmare.

PAT: Hallelujah. You know, that gives you hope, doesn't it?

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: That if you're

GLENN: My daughter told me the same

PAT: reasonable, you can see it.

GLENN: My daughter told me the same thing. She's in college and she said they are all none of them are jumping on anybody's bandwagon but they are all saying this doesn't make sense, this guy

PAT: It doesn't.

GLENN: Something's wrong here; this doesn't make sense. She told me something and I think I've said this on the air. She told me something last week. She said, I was having a conversation, Dad, with a group of people. And she said one of them is a socialist.

PAT: Admitted socialist.

GLENN: Yeah, admitted socialist. And so she was saying, you know, they were having an argument back and forth. It was, you know, Democrats and Republicans and independents and she's a libertarian and there was a socialist there. And she said, Dad for the first time, I mean, living in my house you can imagine well, my kids have to have been spooked since they were 4. And for the first time I saw real fear in her eyes and it didn't come from me. She was telling the story and she said, Dad, she said, you know, as I'm sitting here and I'm listening to all these people argue, I finally said, "Guys, but we're a free market. We are free. You can't do some of these things because it's a free market and that's just the way it is." And she said, the socialist looked at her and it was almost like Rottweilers appeared at his side all of a sudden and he looked at her and he said, things change.

PAT: That's chilling.

GLENN: Yeah, she said it was chilling the way he said it was, you have no idea; things change. And she said for the first time I actually, I met the person that you've been talking about. The person that is was in the conversation and, you know, yeah, yeah, and the Democrats, and they're fine. But the Democrats disagreed with the socialists. But the socialists had thrown himself in with the Democrats and then when it got down to the real question, free market, no free market, the socialist was the one that, with all knowing said, things change. It's frightening. See, that I think is the biggest problem. America doesn't realize that the paradigm has changed. They don't realize that it is Americans, it's constitutionalists, it's free market people against revolutionary Marxists. That's what it is. And nobody wants to believe that. And our children have been taught that there's no fear in Che.

Stu is doing things because the plan, I'm going to outline, on Saturday at 3:00 I'm going to be in Florida at The Villages and it's a free rally. Gosh, I can't I mean, can you help me stop saying that word?

STU: Socialist.

GLENN: Wow.

STU: This is a social is plan obviously for free.

GLENN: Like anybody can come, for free?

STU: Hate this.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh. So anyway, on Saturday it's free. And the reason why I'm doing it is because and I wanted to do it in several different places. I was going to do it in the Carolinas, I was going to do it in Florida and a couple of other places. But just because of time and quite honestly the way my health is here, you know, getting out of the hospital, I just, we couldn't do it. And so I can only do it at one place, but I have felt it necessary to pick up my timetable because my gut says that you need to know that things are going to change and they're going to change for the good. Don't get frustrated, don't get lost, don't get angry. Start carrying yourself with confidence because things are going to change, and you are going to make history. It is going to we're going to either be free market people that understand and believe in the Constitution of the United States, or it will go away. So and I think this next year is going to be critical and I think it's going to change and I think we are going to set it right, at least set our course right. And if that means the Democrats or the Republicans are destroyed along the way, well, good. Good. If they want to fight against accountability, if they want to fight against, you know, stopping corruption, if they want to fight against lower spending, they should be destroyed. Otherwise, hey, everybody, Democrats, Republicans, independents, libertarians, everybody's welcome. You just have to believe in the power of the individual.

So I'm doing that, but part of the plan as I will outline on Saturday will be education, and we start with that with Stu, and I don't want to talk very much about it right now, but Stu, I asked about four months ago to do a documentary it's our first documentary on the lies, or the history that hasn't been taught about the dark side.

Stu, when you went into this documentary, and I know, you know, you know enough history. But when you started into this documentary that we're doing on communism and Che and all the lies, breathtaking?

STU: Yes. You know, I'm not, I'm not a historian by any means, at least, you know, on this period. But you know a lot about it. There's a lot of things, you know, you think you know a lot about it.

GLENN: When you see a Che T shirt now...

STU: I mean, it's infuriating because the people who, they have been sold such a ridiculous bill of goods that they have literally no idea what they're wearing. I mean, and this is you know, this stuff is all coming back into fashion more and more, even in some of the countries where the atrocities occurred.

GLENN: Oh, yeah. I talked to a guy, I don't know if I told this story, he was a Russian doctor and he was doing my bloodwork when I was in the hospital. And we were having a conversation and he said, "People are so stupid." He just got here three years ago. He was a doctor over there, and he was, "People are so stupid." His quote to me was, how many millions more have to die before you understand fascism doesn't work? He said over in the Soviet Union, it's becoming fashionable again. How many millions more need to die? Well, it's really not that. It's who will keep an accurate record of history? Who will actually read history? The plan will require you to not only know history, read history, learn history but to teach history because the system is not teaching it. The system is not doing the job.

I'm going to ask you for a commitment on Saturday and then I'm going to bring in I just want to get it in front of people. I wanted to see them before I go for the holidays. I wanted to see you and get a sense of your commitment and then next year we change. Next year the shows are changing, the radio and television. I mean not giant course correction, but you will see the plan is coming and we will implement it together on a daily basis.

The media went nuts after President Donald Trump said "Two Corinthians". But apparently, nobody cares when Joe Biden called the authors of Biblical Psalms "palmists" — twice.

During a Thanksgiving speech on Wednesday, Biden said, "I'm sure we can, we can pros-claim [sic] a palmist, with a palmist who wrote these following words, 'The lord is my strength and my shield and with my song, I give thanks to him.'"

On the radio program Monday, Glenn Beck and producer Stu Burguiere pondered whether Biden actually meant to quote a fortune teller instead of a psalmist, but ultimately decided the former vice president likely had no idea what he was reading.

They also discussed the hairline fractures Biden suffered in his right foot on Saturday while playing his dog, and Glenn tossed out a few headlines he thought might work just a little too well.

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The Supreme Court slapped down New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo's COVID-19 restrictions on religious gatherings Wednesday, arguing that strict limitations on the number of people in churches, synagogues, and other houses of worship — while liquor stores, bike shops, and many other non-religious places face few or no restrictions at all — are in violation of the First Amendment.

On the radio program Monday, Glenn Beck and Stu Burguiere applauded Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who reportedly cast the deciding vote in the 5-4 ruling, as well as Justice Neil Gorsuch who took specific aim at Gov. Cuomo for limiting religious gatherings to as few as 10 people in some areas, while imposing "no capacity restrictions on certain businesses he considers 'essential'."

"It turns out the businesses the Governor considers essential include hardware stores, acupuncturists, and liquor stores," Gorsuch said. "Bicycle repair shops, certain signage companies, accountants, lawyers, and insurance agents are all essential too."

"Government is not free to disregard the 1st Amendment in times of crisis," Gorsuch wrote in a separate opinion.

Gov. Cuomo has since called the Supreme Court ruling "moot" and "irrelevant" because he had recently lifted restrictions in most of the affected areas.

"This is a trick they play all the time. They've done this with Second Amendment cases as well," Stu noted. "They'll put a ridiculous restriction in that's obviously not constitutional, keep it in place for a year while it goes through the courts, and right before it gets to the Supreme Court they withdraw the rule. So then the case gets thrown out because it's moot."

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Hey Joe, THIS is how you handle terrorists

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If you haven't seen the new Apple TV+ drama Tehran, it's definitely worth your time. It tells the story of an Israeli spy who sneaks into Iran to set up an attack on Iran's nuclear program. Now that the new Bond movie is delayed, this show has a little bit of everything to hold you over: international spies, hackers, double agents.

But I digress...

No matter how Hollywood tries to invent these stories — and this one is definitely good — they always fall short of what happens in real life. What happened in Iran this past Friday is a movie waiting to happen.

What happened in Iran this past Friday is a movie waiting to happen.

Iran's top nuclear scientist, Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, was assassinated as he was traveling to his private villa just a few miles east of Tehran. The operation involved a team of over 60 people. Around 50 logistical support agents backed up a dozen gunmen. They knew everything. His schedule, his private address, his classified movements, the route...

Fakhrizadeh was traveling in the middle of three armored vehicles. When they approached the ambush site, the hit team cut off all the electricity in the surrounding area. A car bomb was then remotely detonated, taking out the rear vehicle in the convoy. 12 gunmen proceeded to open fire on the other two cars. Iran's top nuclear scientist was dead, and NONE of the hit squad were wounded or arrested.

Now you can already guess where the blame is being directed this morning. Almost immediately, the fingers began to point at both Israel and the United States. The mainstream media is trying to paint this as an effort by Trump to sabotage a Biden effort to restart the Iran Nuclear Deal. Remember that "masterful" stroke of Middle East foreign policy? You know, the deal that included $150 BILLION — in cash — that Obama and Biden knew would be used to kill Americans and destabilize the entire region. Remember that?

They said it was impossible... but Trump did it.

They claimed their way was the only path to peace. What did they get from it? Iran spread out all the way to the literal doorstep of Israel. The elite Iraqi troops of the Republican Guard were staging in Syria, plotting that ultimate attack to take back Jerusalem. The entire region was set to explode... but then Trump scuttled the deal. What did it lead to? Historic peace agreements between the Arab world and Israel.

They said it was impossible... but Trump did it. He reimposed sanctions and launched a campaign to kill terrorists rather than give them money.

John Brennan took to Twitter this weekend to call the assassination a criminal act.

It echoes what they said when the top terrorist in the world — Qassem Soleimani — was assassinated in Iraq. Coincidentally, the Iranian government published artwork over the weekend depicting Soleimani and the, now dead, nuclear scientist standing side by side.

You see, now matter how people like Brennan and Biden might try and say otherwise, this is exactly the type of person Iran's "Robert Openheimer" was: a terrorist in the same category as Soleimani (but obviously with a lot more dangerous capability).

Iran has been protecting this man for two decades. They called him merely "an academic," but denied the UN IAEA inspectors to ever question him.

The rhetoric Iran fed the global community was that their nuclear program didn't have anything to do with weapons, and that this nuclear scientist was involved in research to improve their energy programs. But in 2007, the CIA said this was a cover story. In 2008, the United States froze his assets, and the IAEA made it public that this scientist was leading Iran's nuclear weapons project.

Iran called it "Projects 110 and 111." Fakhrizadeh was tasked with finding out how to miniaturize a nuclear warhead and make it durable enough so that it could survive re-entry into the atmosphere on top of an ICBM.

There can be no accommodation with terrorists.

Obama and Biden's nuclear deal didn't stop ANY of this. Israel revealed in 2018 that Projects 110 and 111 continued. Fakhrizadeh was specifically called out as still being the main man in charge.

Biden thinks his policy of accommodation will somehow bring us the peace that Neville Chamberlain once thought was possible with Hitler. When has this borne fruit with any maniacal tyrant or terrorist... ever?!

And that's exactly what Iran and their thugs are. They're terrorists! They're not a legitimate regime. Long before ISIS, the terrorists in Iran stole a country, planning to spread their caliphate all over the world. Members of Al Qaeda, despite being Sunni, enjoy free sanctuary under their protection. They want to burn Israel to the ground. They chant "death to America"... It's actually a holiday there.

There can be no accommodation with terrorists. Biden wants peace with Iran, and he'll probably roll out a red carpet and offer them a few hundred billion more dollars. We know this doesn't work. To quote Reagan, "there's one way to have peace and you can have it in this second... surrender."

That's how you deal with terrorists, and — whether we were involved or not — another one was just taken out.

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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