Glenn Beck: 7 stories Obama does not want told




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GLENN: It is, every story on this has been a major point of ours. Here are the seven according to the Politico, here are the seven stories Barack Obama does not want told.

PAT: That everybody thinks he's that he thinks he's playing with monopoly money. That he is weirdly emotionless. Both the New York Times and the Washington Post likened him to Mr. Spock on Star Trek.

GLENN: No, I think he's much more like a Borg I mean, if we're going to Spock, if we're going to Star Trek, we might as well go to the Borg.

PAT: You will all be assimilated by the Borg.

GLENN: Resistance is futile.

PAT: That he's playing hard core Chicago politics.

GLENN: I mean, remember the baseball bat monologue? It's the Chicago way.

PAT: That he is a pushover; he will play to the crowd, both sides of the aisle. He goes back and forth. How about this one? He sees America as just another pleasant country on the UN roll call, somewhere between Albania and Zimbabwe.

GLENN: He does.

PAT: We are nothing special.

GLENN: He does.

STU: So Albania would be ahead of us?

PAT: Yes.

STU: And Zimbabwe behind us?

PAT: Behind us.

GLENN: A to Z. We're just somewhere on the roll.

PAT: We're pretty far behind, pretty far behind Albania because we're clear down at U.

STU: Just alphabetically

PAT: Just alphabetically. Right. I mean, it could be Albania, could be Zimbabwe, could be the United States. They are all about that same, you know?

STU: Sure.

GLENN: I think he said that.

PAT: I think he has.

STU: I don't think he said that.

GLENN: He didn't say probably Albania but he did say basically we're all the same.

PAT: Yeah, we're nothing special.

STU: But I mean, that's depending on you've certainly said things like that, like we're all the same.

GLENN: No, I have not. No, I have not.

STU: Sure, people all around the world are the same.

GLENN: Countries are not.

STU: Right. But we all want the same thing.

GLENN: Let me ask you this, environmental lovers: When the United States becomes the only country to collapse that could have been saved by just exploiting its own resources in an emergency and let's say Russia marches over the stop of the Earth and takes Alaska and all of its resources, China comes in and starts drilling the Gulf and everything else, how much better is the Earth going to be with those cats drilling for everything? Seriously.

PAT: Environmental record currently?

GLENN: Is there a better hey, here's one. Stu, you were talking about Muslims and Jews today and a global report on how people view Jews and Muslims around the world.

STU: I was doing that, yes.

GLENN: Yeah, go ahead and read some of these stats. Let me ask you this, you know, all you America haters. You tell me when America has been positioned in such a place that we no longer have any clout at all, we don't forget about having clout. The only clout I now believe in is just be the best you can be. Don't try to push it on anybody else. Just mind your own business. Be the best you can be, and the rest of the world will come. The rest of the world will go, I want to be like that. Look at those guys. They are happy, they are successful, they are solid, they are let's do what they're doing. That's all we should do. When we position ourselves to where we don't, we're not even a country anymore, we have nothing left, we're just another one in the world, you tell me how safe Muslims are in the rest of the world, how safe Jews are in the rest of the world.

Listen to these stats.

STU: The it's the views of Muslims and Jews are, you have negative views of them, here's the group of countries, Spain, Germany, Poland, France, Russia, Britain and the U.S. We have the lowest incidence of negative views towards Jews out of the entire group and we have the lowest incidence of negative views towards Muslims on the entire Earth.

PAT: Wow.

GLENN: But listen. Give the numbers.

STU: Spain is at the highest negative viewpoint of Jews. 46% of their population has a negative view of Jews.

GLENN: But we want to be more like Spain.

STU: Right, more tolerant.

GLENN: Let's listen to Spain.

STU: Right. This little country you might remember having some history with Jews. Germany, a quarter of the population has negative views towards Jews.

GLENN: In Germany.

STU: In Germany where it's they actually have laws prohibiting certain types of speech.

GLENN: But let's be more like the European Union. They are so much more enlightened than we are.

STU: We have one third of the incidence of negative views of Jews the all enlightened, France. One third.

GLENN: One third. One third. But let's be more like France. How about on Muslims?

STU: On Muslims we also have the lowest incidence of negative views towards Muslims.

GLENN: But see, the rest of the world will follow us if we just stop with our hatred of Muslims. Well, give me the stats here.

STU: Spain, 52%. Germany, 50%. Poland, 46%.

GLENN: But they're waiting for us to lead. So we must be at 70% hatred?

STU: No. Shockingly enough, no. France at 38%, Russia 32 and then us and Britain were the lowest at 23 which to me is still too high. But I mean, 7% is like any crazy, anything you pull out, throw up there is going to have a 7% rating. 23% to me is still too high but when you consider

PAT: 1% is too high.

STU: Sure.

PAT: When you consider 9/11, 9/11, when you consider the Cole attack, wow.

GLENN: Who has been

PAT: That's amazing.

GLENN: Who has been painted on the world stage as the ones who have the biggest problem with Muslims?

PAT: Us. Us every time.

GLENN: That we're only doing a war on hate, et cetera, et cetera, and look at our actual views compared to the enlightened world. Now, let me ask you: Environmentalists, because we're going to go broke, California, you are going to go broke, and you won't bail yourself out now by getting the resources safely with American Technology, the rest of the country, we won't do that, either. We won't go and get the coal and we won't burn it because of bogus climate warming climate, global warming climate details, we won't go get it. We won't go up into Alaska. But you think it will be better when Russia takes Alaska, when we have to sell it to China in the Gulf, when we have to sell those reserves and somebody else comes in and we can't say anything about it? Do you think your environment is going to be better or worse? If you think that America is just this hate filled place, do you think when the rest of the world is in charge of you, of us, not that we have to be in charge of everybody else. Just mind your own business. Do you think we're better off here or they're better off and more enlightened over there? I know the media and Hollywood will tell you, oh, we need to be more like France. But do you want to be more like France when it comes to issues of Muslims and Jews?

STU: Unless you want to hate them three times as much, I'd say no.

GLENN: I mean, doesn't sound like a place I want to be like. And yet we're the problem in the world. Don't you see what has happened to us? Don't you see that when we have a president who one of the seven stories he doesn't want told is he just believes that America is just the same as everyone else, he's wrong. He's dead wrong. We're not the same. We're not perfect. We make a lot of mistakes, but we have mastered many things.

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Journalist Whitney Webb has a gift for locating power and hunting it in its darkest corners. In her new two-volume book, “One Nation Under Blackmail: The Sordid Union Between Intelligence and Crime that Gave Rise to Jeffrey Epstein,” she exposes the dark truth about Epstein’s extensive criminal operations and the connections to entire networks of power and influence — a web of elites that infiltrates the highest ranks of every sector, including law enforcement, art, Wall Street, Silicon Valley, big business, real estate, philanthropy, media, academia, banking and more.

Webb joined "The Glenn Beck Podcast" to expose just how deep Epstein's vast network of corruption and power really went. Was Epstein a government informant? How big is the scandal's body count? And of course, did Epstein actually kill himself?

Webb's research into transhumanism has also given her a terrifying perspective on the World Economic Forum and tech elites, including Elon Musk. People around the world have had enough of these global elites trying to control their lives, and they're starting to elect leaders who are pushing back. But can these new leaders survive the system that people like Klaus Schwab have put in place?

Webb told Glenn that she believes we're actually facing something much bigger than Klaus Schwab.

Watch the full podcast with Whitney Webb below to learn why Glenn says "this is the most important hour I have ever been a part of in broadcast [and] I've done this for 45 years."

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Kari also gave her thoughts on why the ballot counting has been so slow, why that's "embarrassing" for Arizona, and whether Republican senatorial candidate Blake Masters will also win his election.

Watch the video clip below to hear more from Kari. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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"Any Republican that's not willing to look at Ron DeSantis, and see what he did and how he did it, and begin to model themselves after that is a fool. An absolute fool," said Glenn Beck stated on the radio program. "He is not angry. He is not divisive, at least [not] intentionally divisive. That's not his goal. His goal is to be decisive, and decisive people are perceived sometimes as divisive because a lot of people don't want to make changes. It is time to make changes," he stated.

"Second thing, our nation is spiritually lost. Completely lost," Glenn continued. "There is only one savior, and he's not on a ballot. Until we drop the manifest destiny [and] arrogance of 'God's on my side,' we will continue to suffer defeat, hardships, and darkness. And I mean as a nation, we are all going to pay for this. We must be on God's side, and that requires humility."

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Watch the video clip below to hear Glenn share his midterm takeaways and explain the one path forward he believes still exists for conservative Republicans and for America. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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David Barton of WallBuilders brings some much-needed perspective and says the mainstream media was too focused on national issues; there were MAJOR untold wins at the local level. At the end of the day, bold leadership was rewarded.

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