GLENN: But it looks like Brown may be a winner if there's a big turnout today, Brown may be the winner in Massachusetts. Everyone is predicting this. I'm not going to predict anything until it's over. But I will play the game today on what it means and what is coming. Today is the beginning. Assuming that Scott Brown wins. And I want to make this clear as well. Write this one down in your little journal, bloggers. I'm not sure that Scott Brown is a guy that everybody should be celebrating if he wins because I don't really know that much about Scott Brown. I don't know how deep his convictions go. The guy may end up being a progressive for the Republicans. The last thing we need is another Olympia Snowe. Last thing we need is another Lindsey Graham. However, will this stop healthcare? Would I vote for him? I've told you before I'm done voting for, you know, the parties. That is true. However, today if I were a resident in Massachusetts or if I was Ed Schultz and I was just going to go up and vote ten times, if I had to make the decision would I vote for him, the answer is yes. I would. Because I believe Scott Brown may, may give us more time. That's the thing that I pray for every night: Lord, please just give us more time, please. Slow this freight train down. We'll come around. We already are. Look at the progress we have made in the last year. America is waking up. If people have gone up to Massachusetts in the last week, you have seen John Fund from the Wall Street Journal told me this morning, he said, Glenn, I just got back. He said they're practically wearing red coats and blue coats up there. He said it is like the revolution. He said, I've heard more talk about the founding fathers than I ever have at any time. I said, John, this is just the beginning. I expected him to say, really? And he said, oh, I know. America's waking up. We're remembering who we are. Just give us more time.
But I believe starting tomorrow if Brown wins, starting tomorrow is a fulfillment of the, probably the longest running prediction that I have made. Stu, can you see if you can find the audio today of me the night that John Kerry had Michael Moore in the presidential box with Jimmy Carter. Do you remember that?
STU: Yeah, I definitely remember you saying it.
GLENN: Okay. And do you remember what I said?
STU: Yeah. You said, you talked about how you weren't sure which side was controlling who because is it the crazy Michael Moors of the world controlling the Democratic Party or is it because the Democratic Party thinks that they're controlling the crazy Michael Moors of the world.
GLENN: Correct. And I said at the time, warning, Democrats. You think you are using this uber left. I didn't even understand the progressive movement. I didn't even know the history of the progressive movement at the time. You think you are using them because they're out doing crazy things, you know, talking bad about talking junk about George W. Bush. But warning. It's the other way around. They're using you. And at some point they are going to be inside. They are using you as a host and they are going to be inside. And when you try to break away from them, it's going to be the battle of your life. That begins either today or tomorrow. What Americans have not I shouldn't say this. What about 51% of Americans are now getting, because 51% of America is now independent, not Republican or Democrat. What people haven't understood for a very long time and more and more are waking up every day. This is not about the Republicans or the Democrats. This is about the progressives. The progressives see the republic and see the Democratic Party because they were the ones that most embraced, but they are inside the Republican Party as well. They see it as a host, and they're feasting on it. If we were dealing with politics, if this was politics as usual, do you think I would have made an ass out of myself on television, crying up a storm saying, I fear for my country, do you think I would have done that? No. The Republicans survive bad politicians. Republicans survive Democrats. The Republicans survive bad Republicans. It has. It always will. There is an enemy within side that has cloaked itself. It is the progressive movement.
Tonight on television I'm going to show you how the president no longer talks about Democrats. Nobody has noticed it. We've noticed it. We've been saving the audio to play for ya. We'll play it tonight. I want you to see it. He talks about the struggle between the Republicans and the progressives. Not the Democrats. The man is a progressive revolutionary. The Democrats now are going to be in the fight for their live, and I'm either going to be you know, everything that we've discovered together, we're either wrong, and you'll start to know today, or we're right, and you will start to know for sure today. Because here's what's going to happen. If we're dealing with just politicians, if we're dealing with the typical Democrat or the typical Republican, when you lose Massachusetts now, let's put this into perspective. How many Republicans are there in Washington from New England? Anything north of New York? Two?
PAT: I think two: Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins
GLENN: And they are not really
PAT: Yeah. Progressives
GLENN: Yeah. They're progressive Republicans. There's nobody else, not a single Republican. This is Ted Kennedy's seat. Healthcare is at stake. The progressive movement is at stake. This presidency is at stake. If they lose, this is catastrophic for them. This isn't a small little thing. If you lose Ted Kennedy's seat at this time in history on this issue, how are the rest of the Democrats going to fare in the rest of the country? So if you're dealing with Democrats, here's what's going to happen. Democrats are going to say, okay, whoa, whoa, whoa, 1994, we need to triangulate. We need to go back and, you know, we need to be centrists and we need to back off all of these policies. But if they're Saul Alinsky Marxists, Maoists, progressive revolutionaries, Saul Alinsky teaches step on the gas. He says when you're surrounded, when you're at this point, Saul Alinsky says that's when you accelerate. So let's see what they do. Do they in their actions, not their words, in their actions do they become moderates or do they become Marxists? Do they accelerate? Look at what we're looking@this point. If Scott Brown wins, Nancy Pelosi has already said we're going to do it anyway. That means in a referendum on healthcare with the deciding vote, if they accelerate like Nancy Pelosi says, that means your voice, your vote doesn't matter. Let's look at the record. Your voice doesn't matter if Nancy Pelosi accelerates. If they do it anyway, that means you're out of the picture. How about the EPA? The EPA, congress didn't pass cap and trade. So the EPA said we'll do it anyway, which means congress is irrelevant. There's a court case going on right now with the FCC. They want, what do you call it? What is that thing they are calling it?
PAT: The free press net neutrality.
GLENN: Net neutrality. They want net neutrality. The judicial system looks like they're coming back and saying no, no net neutrality. What did the FCC say? We'll just make it a public utility and we'll do it anyway.
So now let's see. What has Glenn Beck said? Glenn Beck said that you have a president and an administration that is becoming like a dictatorship. You have an administration that is becoming all powerful and everything else is just a shell, they're gutting it all out. Well, let's see what's left. Your vote won't matter if they pass it through. Congress doesn't matter, due to the EPA, and the court system doesn't matter, we're learning through the FCC. What the president's agenda is, what the progressives want to do they will do... unless I'm wrong and have been wrong for a long time and they become moderate and they take healthcare and say, we're not passing any of it. And don't worry about that; that was a mistake. And their actions, not their words, their actions become moderate.