John Edwards Speech

GLENN: Let me talk a little bit about John Edwards. Since we're talking about mediocrity, let's talk about John Edwards. Why.

Did anybody see -- Stu, did you watch his speeches after he lost in Iowa or New Hampshire?

STU: I saw New Hampshire.

GLENN: You saw New Hampshire?

STU: Yeah.



Democratic Presidential candidate John Edwards

GLENN: If you saw Iowa, you also saw him give the same speech in New Hampshire. It was the same speech.

STU: Because I saw -- the speech I saw was the one where he was, you know, outlining all the horrible things that have happened to individuals around America.

GLENN: Why, why. Why. You mean like little poor little Sally Muckenfutch who was born without a face?

STU: And why was she born without a face?

GLENN: Why, why, why was she born without a face? Do you know how many children are born without faces here in America? Okay, well, none, none, but it could happen here and that's why our country's spiraling out of control. We need programs for children without faces. Why. Why?

STU: He's the worst, I think, of the --

GLENN: Here's the thing. What is the guy railing against, Stu? What is he railing against?

STU: The healthcare system, poverty?

GLENN: Poverty, oh, my gosh, poverty. The guy has a basketball court in his house. He has an indoor pool in his house and he built a -- he clearcut his backyard for a soccer field. Why. At the end of his driveway is a trailer park. Why. There are two Americans, aren't there? There are two Americas. The world that John Edwards lives in and then the rest of it. And what kills me is this guy goes on and on and on about poverty and, you know, how we need to be responsible for each other, et cetera, et cetera. Taxpayers would actually save money if Edwards quits right now. If he quits -- because he qualifies for matching government campaign funds, that government handout, he qualifies for that. This guy is unbelievable because he's saying I'm going to keep on going, I'm fighting for you. But he's taking taxpayer money. Why, why. Why, why. Why, why. I mean, on one hand he talks about saving the, you know, the middle class, poor Sally Muckenfutch who was born with a rock tongue and kneecaps instead of eyes, about people sleeping on highways. All across the great America, this great land of ours are people sleeping on highways. I've never seen anybody sleep on a highway. "They're everywhere. You just don't see them because you don't care to look for them, but I know one, Bob Johansonbergstein. I talked to Mr. Bob Johansonbergsteinhenson and he told me about sleeping on the highways. It's an epidemic. He continues a hopeless campaign at your expense. Why, why. Why, why. John, why? Do you see the hypocrisy? Why? Hello, John, John? Hello? John, can you hear me? I'm channeling you right now. Ooh, why? Why you're an idiot. Why, why. In his second place victory speech in Iowa, he talked about how this was clearly a message for change. Yeah, times are changing, people. I mean, look how much, how much change people want. All aboard the change express. Everybody wants change. I can bring change. Let me tell you, if you implement any of my policies, all you'll have left in your pockets, change. He pointed out that 99% of the people in America hadn't voted yet. The change express has hit some delays in New Hampshire, you know, after a crushing defeat there as distant third place victory speech focused on the fact that, you know, most people in America hadn't voted. And he actually said two down, 48 to go. I mean, John, may I just take a moment here to explain how that phrase works? When you win something, you can use that phrase, two down, 48 to go. Not when you lose something. Definitely not when you lose multiple somethings. Two down, 48 to go. You screwed those two up. When you say two down, 48 to go, you are expressing that you believe the next 48 will be as successful as the last two. And let me tell you something, John. I believe you're correct about that, but I don't think you want to be pointing that one out. Ooh, sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Why, why. Why.

You know, maybe you were talking about the success, you know, in the other America that has another Iowa, maybe. Maybe he's just talking about a parallel universe or maybe he campaigned in the other New Hampshire, the one that didn't have any voters, you know? I think people are ready for that kind of change in that America. The other America, I don't know. You are seen as a phony used car salesman that uses poor people for political gain. I mean, I wouldn't -- Stu.

STU: Yes?

GLENN: Stu.

STU: Yes?

GLENN: Are you even listening to the show?

STU: Yes, I'm in the other room.

GLENN: What are you doing in the other room?

STU: I'm pressing your whys.

GLENN: Let me ask you this, Stu. Is it going too far, because I've already been hammered this week for saying John Edwards should just start wearing the Soviet star on his lapel. Is it going too far to say that John Edwards is the kind of guy that gives you the feeling he could give a speech about how we need to be compassionate to the poor while bundling up poor people and throwing them on a bonfire so he can be warm?

STU: Yes, of course you know that would be inappropriate.

GLENN: Why. Why? I don't -- if I had a cleft palate, I wouldn't have been able to say that.

STU: No, definitely not. It's almost like you are intentionally trying to be insulting right now.

GLENN: Why, why? I mean, I'm not a poverty expert, you know, but I am a thinker. Why not create a third America, you know? I think John Edwards should have one for the rich, one for the poor and then one for him, you know, where everybody has their own 100-acre estate and a basketball court in their house. I mean, I think he can make that -- if the state is big enough, it could be a third America, you know? He could make a homeless campground, set up some tents, have some cookouts, roast marshmallows, sing songs late into the night, then go back to his 100-acre estate. I mean, we have to start somewhere, don't we? And the Edwards campground for people without kneecaps or houses will be the spark that ignites the flame, the flame of change, the flame that smells a little like the bundled-up burning homeless that he may have just used to spark that flame. But I'm not really -- either that or we could have that campground or just a hell of a lot of smelly, homeless rock tongue kneecap people laying around in your yard. I'm not sure which one we could have but we could have that third America and I'm very excited about it. I get excited when I hear him speak, I do. Did you tape those speeches?

STU: Yeah, we have them.

GLENN: Okay. I didn't have time to play both of the speeches. So what we've done is we've kind of combined both of the speeches but I think you get the point. Here's John Edwards. That would be --

STU: Are you saying -- I'm sorry. Do you want his actual speech? I'm not sure what you want. You are setting something up like you know what I'm going to play. It would be awesome if you told me --

GLENN: Hey, Dan?

DAN: Yes?

GLENN: Can I talk to the real powerhouse of the show here for a second? Dan, how are you doing? How are you doing, Dan?

DAN: I'm doing fantastic.

GLENN: You are up for a raise, I think, and a promotion. I think there might be an opening coming.

DAN: Really? Wow, sounds good.

GLENN: Hey, Dan, remember when we all had the meeting and then this morning we listened to the bits and stuff and we had, you know, the John Edwards, the one edited up?

DAN: Yes.

GLENN: So when I say, you know, we didn't have time to play those speeches, so we decided to put them both together, that sounds like a -- what would you go for? If you were the executive producer, what would you say I was just going for?

STU: You are such a sellout.

DAN: Why don't I just play it for you, Glenn?

GLENN: Yeah, just play it. We don't need to go down this road.

EDWARDS: We will never have the America we all dream of, the promise of America which has been available to so many of us will not be available to our children and our grandchildren. Why? And I take this very personally. I watched my grandmother who I loved dearly. Why. She would cook for us, leave the house, walk her way to the mill, work her shift and come back home and take care of us again. Why. My grandfather who was partially paralyzed would go to work the graveyard shift in that mill and come back in the morning when we would have breakfast together. Why. My father, who's here with me tonight. Why. Worked 36 years. And my grandmother. Why. Hard, tedious. Hard, why. Hard, tedious, hard, tedious work. Why. Why did he do it? Why. Why, why, why. Why did he struggle and sacrifice. Why did your parents and grandparents struggle and sacrifice? They did it? Why. So that I could have a better life. God bless you! Thank you for everything you've done! Stay with us in this fight. We are in this fight together. Why.

There is no transparency when it comes to the Biden administration, and Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz's recent exchange with the FBI’s Jill Sanborn is just another example. When questioned about alleged involvement the FBI had on January 6, 2021, Sanborn refused to answer almost every single time.

Do our government officials still work for us? Take a look at the latest headlines: The DOJ and U.S. Army are preparing for possible conflicts with "domestic terrorists," Biden's education secretary allegedly requested the NSBA letter that suggested treating upset parents like domestic terrorists, and President Biden said if you're not with him on the Democrats' voting bills, then you're with the Confederacy. Meanwhile, the FBI won't tell Congress whether it was involved in the the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and the corporate media insists that there's nothing to see here, especially concerning Ray Epps.

The American people are concerned, and it’s "extraordinarily disturbing" how far the federal government goes to avoid answering our questions, Glenn Beck said on the radio program. There's a very odd growing trend here: Our leaders, including the unelected ones, no longer answer to the people. This must stop now.

"The question that I have is, where is the transparency? And is anyone going to be held accountable? They are not afraid of our senators. They are not afraid of Congress," he stated. "This has got to stop. They have got to answer to the law. This is an oversight committee. Who is in charge, the FBI or the people? Once the people are not in charge and are not allowed to see the secret documents, we are toast. Toast!"

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Have you ever wondered why so many insane things are happening simultaneously RIGHT NOW? Big corporations are going woke. The stock market got red-hot during a FORCED recession. Stores like Walmart and Target were allowed to stay open during the lockdown, but mom-and-pop stores on Main Street had to close, some of them forever.

On Wednesday's "GlennTV" special, Glenn Beck explains it all in this sneak-peek episode — a primer to his new book and the upcoming explosive, in-depth special: “The Great Reset: Joe Biden & the Rise of 21st-Century Fascism.” Co-author Justin Haskins joins along with Glenn’s head writer and researcher, Jason Buttrill, to answer audience questions about a topic that the media has tried to censor and “fact-check.” You will be equipped with everything you need to know about what the global elites of the world have planned for the transformation of society and YOUR life.

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After new information came out that suggests Dr. Anthony Fauci intimidated and bribed scientists into dismissing the COVID-19 lab-leak theory, Sen. Rand Paul and Fauci got into a heated debate in a Senate hearing. But instead of providing answers, Fauci accused Sen. Paul of endangering him.

Sen. Paul joined "The Glenn Beck Program" Wednesday with his response and explained why he believes "people live in fear of what [Fauci] will do to them."

"It's all about money. If you cross Tony Fauci, you don't get your money. He controls the purse strings for the entire country, the entire university system. And he's been doing it for forty years," Sen. Paul began.

"It's consistent with his arrogance, this level of arrogance that he's developed. He said several weeks ago, that he is science and any attack on him is an attack on science. Yesterday, he said anybody who opposes him is encouraging death threats," he added.

"Look, I've been on the receiving end of semi-automatic gunfire. I was 20 yards away from Steve Scalise when he almost died. I was 10 feet away from a staffer that was shot. And, you know what? The guy doing the shooting was a Bernie Sanders supporter. But not one of us, not one of the Republicans on the ball field, said, 'Oh, it was Bernie Sanders' fault.' But that's the juvenile level of personal attack that Fauci is now stooping to. He is saying that the personal threats he gets are actually the fault of his critics."

Sen. Paul continued, "But the thing is, [Fauci] needs to answer the question. Everything he did in the committee yesterday was misdirection so he didn't have to answer the question. The question was, why did he smear three scientists from Stanford, Oxford, and Harvard? Why did he smear them as fringe epidemiologists? And why did he conspire against Francis Collins to take them down in a very public way? He wouldn't answer the question."

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Over the past year, an increasing number of voices on the left have pushed for radical changes to our way of life, from reforming capitalism to enacting strict vaccine mandates. But are the American people behind these changes? A recent poll from the Heartland Institute and Rasmussen sought to find out, and the results are startling. The three-part poll asked likely voters for their thoughts on the Great Reset (half said they don't know what that is), COVID-19 authoritarianism, and whether they prefer former President Donald Trump or President Joe Biden.

The Heartland Institute's Justin Haskins joined Glenn Beck on the radio program to break down the results of this exclusive poll, including the disturbing revelation that roughly half of Democrats polled supported shockingly authoritarian COVID-19 policies. For example, nearly half of Democrats polled said they think federal or state governments should require unvaccinated people to live in "designated areas or facilitates," or essentially camps. Nearly half of Democrats supported a proposal "to fine or imprison individuals" just for questioning the efficacy of the existing COVID-19 vaccines on social media, television, radio, or in online or digital publications. And, when asked if people who refuse to get vaccinated should lose custody of their children, 20% of Democrats answered "yes."

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