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GLENN: Stu, have I ever met James Cameron before?
STU: You know, I don't think so. I went back to look to see if you had done an interview with him because we did do we had a couple of, like, before anyone knew that you were a hate mongering evil traitor to the country, you know, we had some people from Hollywood on over at Headline News when you had that show and I was thinking maybe he was on at some point, but I don't think so. I mean, you don't remember ever meeting him, do you? Because
GLENN: I don't I think I would remember being what did he say? A, quote, A hole to the director of Titanic.
STU: Well, he didn't say well, he called you an F'ing A hole in a press conference.
GLENN: He said I'm an F'ing A hole, I met him, he called me the Antichrist. Man. As a joke?
STU: You did a monologue on him and you joked about how he was running for the how some people are saying he's running for the Antichrist because he made a movie about he made some controversial Jesus movie which you did a four minute segment on in 2007 and this guy's apparently still obsessing about it. But I mean, it wasn't you didn't even really talk about him much because I went back and looked at the transcript because I kind of remembered the story loosely.
GLENN: I can't even remember the story.
STU: Basically you were just making the point of it seems like you can kind of come out and challenge the tenets of Christianity all the time but other religions that God forbid you did any you write a cartoon about Mohammed and there's huge protests and everyone thinks, you know, you are the worst person in the world. So that was just, it was a very basic segment. Apparently this has been
GLENN: The documentary, the Lost Tomb of Jesus which cast doubt on the resurrection of Jesus Christ and makes the okay, I'm reading the story here. It makes the case the ancient tomb of the ten ossuaries belong to Jesus' family. I remember that vaguely.
STU: And you did an interview with William Donahue about it.
GLENN: Yeah, that's right.
STU: So this is
GLENN: I'm an F'ing A hole for disagreeing with his documentary.
STU: This guy's been making billions of dollars and apparently he's been stewing about a four minute segment on Headline News three years ago.
GLENN: Listen to this. After blasting Beck, Cameron surrounded by journalists inside the West Hollywood Hills mansion seemed to reconsider, you know what, I think he may or may not be an A hole. Well, thank you for that. But I think he's certainly dangerous and I'd love to have a dialogue with him.
STU: Oh, that sounds exciting.
GLENN: That sounds exciting.
STU: I would like to be can you be sworn at in person?
GLENN: I know.
STU: Wouldn't that be fantastic?
GLENN: What makes Beck dangerous, the Hollywood reporter asked? He's dangerous because his ideas are poisonous. I couldn't believe it when he was on CNN. I know, neither could I. I thought, what happened to CNN? Who is this guy? Who is this madman? And, of course, he wound up at Fox News, which is where he belongs, I guess.
PAT: Since when are ideas poison? It's an idea. I mean
STU: What specific idea? It's very interesting.
PAT: I know, it is.
GLENN: Did you hear what Cokie Roberts said about me yesterday?
PAT: I did.
GLENN: Cokie Roberts said that I call people heretics. I do?
PAT: I don't think I've ever heard that.
STU: Anyone who ever disagrees with you is a heretic.
GLENN: I don't know that I've ever called anybody a heretic but I mean, I don't remember the meeting of me and the most powerful director of all time, either. So
PAT: I will say this, though, and this is just me, Cokie, but I think anybody who names their daughter Cokie might be a heretic.
GLENN: Okay. So
STU: That's Pat Gray.
GLENN: That's Pat Gray.
PAT: That's just me.
GLENN: And she said, I call people heretics and because of that, I'm not only dangerous, I'm a terrorist and a traitor to the country I profess to love.
STU: Is that a tad over the top, Cokie? Is it a little?
GLENN: I'm a traitor, I'm a traitor to the country that I love. So James Cameron comes out and says I have poisonous ideas. Since when have ideas in this country been poisonous? Cokie Roberts comes out and says I'm a traitor to the country I profess to love and I'm a terrorist.
PAT: Jeez. That's amazing.
PAT: I mean just amazing.
STU: Who is Cokie Roberts? Why do we know who she is?
PAT: ABC reporter.
GLENN: She was on ABC for a long time. Her father was a big she's been in Washington. I think her father was maybe a senator or something.
GLENN: Her father was somebody. But she was on ABC. She's now and this is going to you are going to find this hard to believe. She's now doing work for NPR.
STU: There's a shocker.
GLENN: So she's now
PAT: I liked Fox, Fox's spokesperson responded
GLENN: Oh, did they?
PAT: Yeah, they responded.
GLENN: Thank you.
PAT: This way: Isn't Cokie best known for lying to her viewers?
PAT: Which was a reference to a '94 incident where she spoke in front of a green screen pretending to be at the capitol.
STU: You know what's weird, like I don't feel the need to call her a terrorist over that, though.
PAT: No, I don't, either.
STU: It's weird. I don't think we've ever called have we ever I mean, maybe we have in joking, we called James Cameron the Antichrist apparently but I don't like, we're the ones that are supposed she's yelling at us for condemning other people. That's her argument is we're bad because we're condemning other people and in the same sentence she's calling us a terrorist traitor.
PAT: Yeah, that's what I wanted to bring up because she talks about your name calling all the time, that's all you do.
GLENN: So she called wait. Didn't she call me a terrorist traitor?
PAT: Yeah, yeah. And you know what? I'm so sick of that. If you call somebody a socialist or a Marxist and they are
GLENN: They are, they're saying it themselves!
PAT: Yeah. And you call a garbage man a garbage man, that's not name calling. He is a garbage man.
STU: Right, it's another philosophy. Like, calling us a capitalist isn't name calling.
PAT: That's not name calling.
STU: But we are.
STU: I am a capitalist.
PAT: It's a description.
GLENN: I am dangerous I'm going back to James Cameron. I'm dangerous but here's what he said about global warming deniers: I want to call those deniers out into the street at high noon and shoot it out.
GLENN: Excuse me? I'm dangerous? I mean, I'm sorry. Maybe that's just movie speak but, gosh, that doesn't sound good.
STU: And when have we ever had the benefit of someone saying maybe it's movie speak. Never occurs. Every time, when you say the word "Slaughter" as in the slaughter rule, people think you are trying to murder people.
GLENN: I want you to know this, this plays into what I'm going to share with you coming up in a few minutes. The reason why I'm talking about this is not because it's, you know, James Cameron. I could care less. This plays in, you will understand what they are trying to get you to do, coming up.