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GLENN: Glenn Beck was talking about bees, specifically asking the audience at Saturday night's Bold Fresh Tour if they would be surprised to see President Barack Obama one day walk out of the White House covered head to toe in bees, hovering and nestling around him, then shake them off and see them form a presidential seal behind him. It was a good laugh line, crowd erupted, but it served as the conclusion to a lengthier Beck theory about why flies, rats and other insects and rodents appear to be attracted to President Obama. It is is it because as his co star Bill O'Reilly suggested that he is the Antichrist? Well, I'm not necessarily saying that, said Beck, smiling. Later in the show O'Reilly brought it back up. Beck finally relented, oh, come on, I'm completely joking. But as I sat in the audience, I couldn't help but wonder if anyone in the thousand plus crowd by the way, that was 2500 but who's counting had bought into the complete joke Beck mixed with his very real and very often convincing conservative stumping.
PAT: Oh, the Mediaite guy was convinced?
GLENN: I think so.
PAT: Did you notice that?
GLENN: I believe he's turning.
PAT: And very often convincing.
GLENN: See, I read that as
GLENN: I now have
GLENN: media eyes and so I read that as, "For the stupid." He doesn't even believe it but he's very convincing, and he convinces the stupid.
PAT: I don't think that's what he was saying there.
PAT: Yeah, I didn't get that.
GLENN: It's actually a very fair
PAT: It's a good review.
GLENN: This is one of the only sites that I think actually tries to get it right. They don't.
STU: Not all the time, no.
GLENN: They don't all the time. Sometimes they do.
STU: A lot of times they do.
PAT: But I mean, this review is really good.
GLENN: Yeah. Jokes aside, Bold Fresh Tour which concluded its eight show sold out run on Saturday returns in the fall. It was an entertaining two hours. This is the media. It was an entertaining two hours, especially for Fox News obsessed fans making up the audience. Beck kicked off the show in short sleeve collared shirt, jeans and Converse sneakers spending a little time before dropping a "communist revolutionary in the White House" line to uproarious applause. He joked about his time at CNN saying nothing could Jill the joy of working in TV faster than CNN. Almost on cue the woman in the front row who didn't appear to be particularly excited to be there revealed she worked for CNN. The crowd booed. She had come to the show bringing her companion, father maybe, for his birthday? That's seriously that was unkind and unnecessary.
PAT: But it was, you know, very much older. Very much.
GLENN: Beck got serious several times during his 25 minute set including a rousing reading of the give me your tired and poor that he did at CPAC. Bill O'Reilly took the stage the next half hour. His approach was lighter than Beck. He joked about Sean Penn, blah, blah blah. The crowd loved O'Reilly but not to the degree of Beck. I have to read that to Bill. Beck and O'Reilly returned together for a joint segment, blah, blah blah. Every mention of Eric Holder and Joe Biden came with a steady stream of boos and yells, references for voting for O'Reilly's shoe over President Obama in 2012 was met with applause and cheers.
STU: I'd vote for O'Reilly's shoe.
PAT: I would absolutely.
GLENN: Over Barack Obama?
PAT: Yes. The shoe wins every time.
PAT: The shoe.
GLENN: Yeah. The shoe could come right off of a bomber of an airplane and I'd consider it. I probably wouldn't buy it but I'd consider it. I'd be like... was it just the wearer that was involved with extremist Islam, or was it the shoe? I don't understand the shoe. Maybe we should get to know the shoe a little bit better. Maybe we did something to piss the shoe off. I don't know.
PAT: We should look back into his manufacturing days.
PAT: How was he manufactured? We don't know about the shoe.
GLENN: We don't.
STU: Manufactured in China.
GLENN: As the crowd rose to its feet for a standing ovation, one woman in the front row remained notably seated, but she was busy anyway. Glenn Beck had come over to shake her hand. Yes, I did. I felt bad for her. It was like punishment. You know, she did something nice for her husband, or companion or grandfather, whoever, and, I don't know who she was, but the bees do. That's all I know.
PAT: Oh, the bees know.
GLENN: Well, the bees.
PAT: The bees always know.
GLENN: The bees always know. What do they know exactly, Pat?
PAT: Are you a bee?
STU: Yeah, you would only know if you're a bee.
PAT: Only the bees know.
GLENN: Oh, only the bees know?
PAT: I don't know. I'm not a bee.
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[NOTE: Transcript may have been edited to enhance readability - audio archive includes full segment as it was originally aired]