GLENN: From Times Square in Midtown Manhattan, the third most listened to show in all of America. Sarah, could you stop the music here for just a second? We have to, we have -- we don't want to waste an emergency. We have snow. We have no snow. It's clear what the snow and the no show is saying.
PAT: Never been clearer.
GLENN: It's never been clearer. It's obviously global warming, ladies and gentlemen. Right to Mr. Al Gore. There's a new emergency poem that has just broken and it's just coming across the wires now. Do we have -- do we have the --
GLENN: We have, ladies and gentlemen, Al Gore in a new environmental poem.
PAT: One thin February, when the wintery winds began to blow, our nation's capital disappeared in a blizzard of snow. The flat earthers said that means in global warming you should not believe, but that just proves that global warming is caused by our (Inaudible.)
GLENN: Stop the music. It doesn't really work. It really doesn't --
STU: I thought that worked fine.
GLENN: Play the real Al Gore. This is his actual poem that he read so tenderly on CBS.
PAT: Should we also do the music, as well?
STU: I think it needs it.
Gore: One thin September soon, a floating continent disappears. Vapors rise as fever settles on an acid sea. Neptune's bones dissolve.
GLENN: I can't take it. Neptune's bones dissolve. I can't take it.
STU: That's one of my favorite moments of television.
GLENN: It really is. It's a good moment. So, Neptune's bones are dissolving but apparently the earth isn't warming. The latest --
PAT: 15 years.
GLENN: 15 years. This is the latest from one of the head guys of the, you know, the census of scientists. They're saying now also, he revealed this weekend, that he doesn't believe there is an actual consensus in science.
PAT: The consensus is -- I think you mentioned this earlier -- and there is a consensus that there is no consensus?
STU: Have we reached a consensus on that yet?
GLENN: Yes, we have.
PAT: All right.
GLENN: I put a podcast together. On MSNBC, they are just, they are imploding, imploding.
PAT: And where would you find that podcast? Would that be at glennbeck.com?
GLENN: Glennbeck.com. It's not up there yet. It should be there today or tomorrow. This morning on -- apparently -- I didn't even watch it -- Rachel Maddow did a thing on me where she took the audio from last week where I was making fun of Bill Nye, The Science Guy.
GLENN: Do you know this yet, Pat, or Stu?
STU: Yeah. It's unbelievable.
GLENN: So, she says in it, you know, Watch another global warming denier and Bill Nye, The Science Guy, they play the -- they play first the audio of me saying, from last week, "I think this is God just pounding everybody into oblivion saying, There is no global warning!" Okay. Clearly a joke.
STU: Not a serious policy position.
GLENN: Not a serious -- no. I don't --
PAT: You don't really literally believe God was pounding people --
STU: Are you sure? Because that's what you said.
GLENN: I know.
STU: Just like you said you slaughtered people.
GLENN: I know.
PAT: Wow. It's hard to figure you out, because --
GLENN: It is.
PAT: Sometimes you say things and you mean them and other times --
GLENN: It's a joke.
PAT: It's a joke. That's weird.
GLENN: Yeah. It's hard. I'm very complex, much more complex than -- I don't know -- the guy in the cubicle next to you. So --
STU: Is it possible that when you say that you believe God is pounding people into something when it relates to a policy, may -- that might be the jokey part? Is that something --
GLENN: No, because he did it as the jokey part just on this part. He actually has a giant God hammer that he takes out of his God tool belt.
PAT: Or does it with his super big fist?
GLENN: No, no, no.
GLENN: Well, he could.
PAT: But he uses the God hammer.
GLENN: He uses the God hammer. Let's get off of the God science for a second. So, they played that as the clip of me saying that this storm proves there is no global warming.
STU: Right. That was their evidence that that's what you believed in.
GLENN: So, then she goes on the -- she plays the next clip from the radio show where we were talking last week about, you know, Bill Nye, The Science Guy, he's, like, "These people who say there's no global warming because they're just idiots because of this one storm" and so we get on and say --
GLENN: You have the clip?
GLENN: Play the Bill Nye part of it.
MADDOW: -- seasonally appropriate storms and to have the kind of climate change that's been forecast and discussed by most of the reputable scientists in the world.
NYE: I know what you're driving at. This is with such a --
GLENN: (Laughter.) This is me trying to give the answer exactly the way you want it.
NYE: -- in Vancouver, on Mt. Cypress there, as is the big mud slides we had here in Southern California the day before and last night. There's more energy in the atmosphere and this is stirring things up. If you want to get serious about it, these guys claiming that the snow in Washington disproves climate change are almost unpatriotic.
GLENN: Okay. Stop.
STU: Almost. So close to unpatriotic.
GLENN: They're not unpatriotic. I'm just thinking about taking away their passports. So, I said, "Who is saying anything like that?" They stop the clip right there. "You, Mr. Beck. You said it." Do you want us to play the God hammer?
PAT: Yes. Do it again.
GLENN: Please. "You said it, Mr. Beck. You're unAmerican." I mean, it's ridiculous, ridiculous. The very next line -- do you have the very next line that I said on the air, Stu? Because I would like to quote it. I quoted it in the podcast. You have to see it. I think it coming you want today or tomorrow. But the very next line that I said was, "You're an idiot if you believe this one storm in Washington proves there's no global warming." I mean, it's the very next line! They are so dishonest. They have to go that far.
PAT: See, that's the very definition -- I want to help them a little bit. That's the very definition of taken out of context. Okay? Is when you use a little clip to say something other than what the person meant.
PAT: That's taken out of context.
GLENN: It's also known as propaganda.
PAT: Yeah. Yeah.
GLENN: That's anti, you know, conservative or anti, you know, you as a listener, anti-me propaganda. There's no truth to it at all.
STU: Right. The next line you say is, "How many times have I said, both for hurricanes and no hurricanes, this doesn't -- one storm does not prove anything?" That's the next line!
GLENN: That's the next line!
GLENN: The next line.
STU: Not hidden. In the transcript posted on our website. We did it on national radio to hundreds of radio stations, very easy to find this information.
GLENN: Well, they found the first part.
STU: They certainly did. Magically.