STU: September 11th you had the audacity to speak at an event now, of course, you donated the money to charity, but you could have potentially earned money on September 11th. That is disgraceful. I don't think anyone would disagree with that.
GLENN: I know I'm offended by myself.
STU: Yeah. And who couldn't be.
STU: The only person I could see possibly not 100% thinking you're despicable for that would be, you know, the president of the United States who's sending out fundraising e mails on September 11th to New Yorkers about Kristin Gillibrand's campaign.
GLENN: The one who has been speaking with Van Jones, the 9/11 Truther?
STU: Yeah, they actually did appear together, didn't they?
GLENN: Yes, they did.
STU: Yes. I'm sure that that
GLENN: That was an oversight?
STU: No, no. No, I'm just saying that they clearly donated every dime they took in from the fundraising and they took that and they donated it to a separate charity.
GLENN: Please tell me that there wasn't anything about 9/11 in that fundraiser.
STU: I only see that this is National Review reporting on this, Greg Pollowitz over this there, and he only has the top of the e mail there: Greg, since becoming our senator 20 months ago, Kristin Gillibrand has become a strong advocate for the people of New York. She's a leader, working to reform Washington and make government a more transparent and accountable place.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
STU: She fought hard for Wall Street reform. Wall Street reform, guys. Which included the strongest consumer protections ever and presented the largest overhaul of the financial industry since the Great Depression.
STU: Yeah, that's, that's true. And she's been a leader in working to aid America's economic recovery. Helping to create good paying and then it ends. But I wasn't
GLENN: And it was sent out on 9/11.
STU: On 9/11. Less than two hours away from the anniversary.
GLENN: And you are bringing this up on the anniversary plus one of the assassination of McKinley.
PAT: No, it is on the very day, I believe.
GLENN: No, no, the assassination was yesterday.
PAT: Oh, yeah. Right, right.
GLENN: So death of.
STU: He tried to assassinate someone
GLENN: He died of natural causes.
STU: You can assassinate someone without them dying? Isn't that part of the assassination? The attempted assassination.
GLENN: The attempted assassination. He didn't die. He died the next day of natural causes.
STU: So was he assassinated the next day?
PAT: It's natural when lead is in your head.
PAT: That you die from that.
GLENN: And I don't think it was in his head.
PAT: I don't think it was in his head, but it rhymed.
STU: Pat Gray lies about basically talking about lead in head!
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