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GLENN: I want to play this union leader in New York on a local radio show talking about -- and this is the union leader for --
PAT: Teamsters. Teamsters president.
GLENN: Talking about this weekends rally, and I want to you listen to what he is saying here. Listen carefully.
PAT: It's going to be hard to get all the way through, by the way, there's a lot here.
The wage earners have lost at least 10 percent while one percent of our population has earned -- not earned, but has 25 percent of the income. That's what this fight is over, 25 percent of the income belongs to 1 percent of the population.
PAT: But they pay 40 percent of the tax load. They might have 25 percent of the wealth, but they pay 40 percent of the bill.
GLENN: I don't think you need to shout about it.
PAT: I think I do, because they're not getting it. They're not getting it.
GLENN: They're not paying their fair share, Pat.
PAT: What is their fair share is if it's not 40, Glenn? 100? Should I go back to Barack Obama's father said?
PAT: 100 percent is not too much.
You don't have to worry about Barack Obama's father. FDR said it as well.
GLENN: Okay, all right. I'm with you.
PAT: It's a progressive thing.
GLENN: Just got to accept it.
People need to wake up and figure which side of the battle is on, there's the have and have nots, and there are more have nots than haves.
PAT: Listen to the class warfare.
GLENN: There are haves and have nots, this is what this is all about. Haves, and have nots. This isn't about the Constitution. This isn't about the American system, this is the haves and have nots. Hm. All right, go on.
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VOICE: What kind of support do you think is coming from around the country? Do you think people are on this one nation march?
VOICE: I think people are enthused about just doing something for Democrats and for working people, I think we're going to have a tremendous turnout. I don't want to give a number and then come under that number, but I think we're going to be pleasantly surprised at enthusiasm and the people participating because here in New York it was really tough to secure buses. So if you don't have a bus going down to Washington by this time, you'd better find somebody who has empty seats because you're not going to be able to rent a bus in New York City.
GLENN: Stop for a second, I think this is really -- I think this is absolutely true. The Huffington Post is organizing for these rallies, the Huffington Post is, I mean, with the John Stewart rally, Ariana Huffington bragged about how she was sending down buses. Can you imagine? Can you imagine, if fox news would have organized buses? Can you imagine what would have been said? Imagine that.
So you have Ariana Huffington doing it, you have all of the unions doing it, you have people subsidizing it. Tonight I am going to reveal, tonight, who is paying for all of this. Besides the unions, who is paying for all of the structure? You remember all the questions? Who is paying what? Who is making money? Where is everything coming from? On mine? Has anybody asked that question? We did. You will not believe who is paying for it.
Am I wrong? You know, you weren't in the meeting.
PAT: I wasn't in the meeting.
GLENN oh. Oh, oh. Oh you won't believe who is paying for this. Tonight at 5 o'clock. So you have all of these things. If there's not 2 million people down on the mall, it's a stunning and staggering failure. Remember, how many people did they have for inauguration?
PAT: I think 1.2. 1.3.
GLENN: No, no, no. No. No, silly rabbit. Silly rabbit, they didn't have 1.3, they had 6 million.
PAT: Did they?
GLENN: Then they had 4 million. Then they had 3 million, then they had 1.3.
PAT: Yeah, I think --
GLENN: 1.3 million.
PAT: I think it started actually at 3, I don't know that they ever said 6. I think it started at 3. And went to 2-5, it went to 2, it went to 1-7 and then I think it wound up around 1-3, or maybe 700,000 or whatever.
GLENN: Right. But we only had 87,000 people there. If you watch the media, it will be over a million people. It will be, guaranteed over a million people. And if it's not 2 million, by the media estimates, it's a failure. So.
Are people just coming like -- we told people under threat, under threat, remember, the rally was going to be nothing but a hate rally. How many people didn't come because they were afraid. Because the panthers said we will see Glenn Beck down at the mall. There were two counter rallies that the government allowed to happen on the back of our rally and the side of our rally. And they were both antagonistic.
So how many people were suppressed, but how many people just came in their own car, bought their own bus ticket, bought their own plane ticket, there was no union organizing. They weren't forced to go. But then again, this local radio show host asks the teamsters union guy here in New York, this question about the union members.
-- doing this because they have to or want to?
My members are doing it for both reasons. They have to, and they want to. They're ready for a fight.
PAT: They have to.
GLENN: And they want to.
PAT: Sure. Sure.
GLENN: And they're ready for a fight.
STU: I love how during 8-28 the media spent how much time going around and looking for individual signs, things that were hateful, that they could never find. Are they going to do the same thing at this rally? I'd like to know if there's going to be media people down there searching and looking for the --
GLENN: There won't be hateful signs. There will be signs that have been manufactured.
STU: There will be a lot of those.
GLENN: When you see who is paying for this, this is so well financed, it will boggle your mind.
STU: I'd like to know if they're going to be asking them questions to try to lead them into --
GLENN: There will be union printed signs -- oh you're saying the media be trying to trick them?
STU: Because we had report after report after report from people going to 8-28 who got questions like that, and of course didn't fall into the traps. I'd like to see if that's going to happen on the other side.
STU: Are you dismissing me? That was your -- I'm being -- Gandhi is here, Pat, and --
PAT: The answer is --
STU: And I'm being too nasty by asking the media to do their job.
GLENN: No, no. The answer is no, they're not going to be there, they're not going to do that. No.
PAT: It's too obvious a question.
GLENN: They're not going to but I want you to watch it. I want you -- I hope Fox carries it. I want you to watch it. But I want you to watch it with different ears and eyes, I want you to see the people in the crowd, and I want you to listen to what the people are saying on stage, and I want you to hear it. But listen with different eyes and ears. Listen for the things that -- and maybe -- maybe you're going to be surprised, maybe I'm going to be surprised.
Maybe, you know, you can get the 30 biggest Marxist communist and revolutionary groups in the country together, along with the -- what is it, Meche?
PAT: Mecha? Yeah, La Raza.
GLENN: La raza some of the most nasty take America and give it to the Mexicans groups, along with the groups that are calling for the destruction of America, calling for reparations of America, calling for the radicalization based on sex, color, globalization.
I don't know what you say on the stage that rings true with the heartland, but this is what they'll be trying to do.
I want you, though, to listen with ears that the media couldn't listen with back in during the 8-28. We spoke in terms of God. They will, as well. Believe me, they will. They are trying to recreate 8-28. 8-28 put them on the offense.
Along with the tea party, which I have nothing to do with. Sarah Palin and the Tea Party and the grassroots effort that are not connect at all to 8-28, that was pushing them up against a wall. 8-28, they realized, holy cow, this is dangerous. Because all they are, all they are is good at cobbling together coalitions. But -- of violence, usually, for them.
What we're doing is, from their playbook, except it's not violent. And it's not really even from their play book it's from George Whitfield's play book. And they know, an awakening changes the game.
And so they try to -- what they're going to try to do this weekend I think is going to confuse you on -- well, which one is this. This looks the same this is sounding the same. I think.
Now, I don't know how you get the communists and everybody else together and you give a speech that is peaceful and kind and has, you know, that whole feel to it, with Danny Glover on stage, a Chavez fan, but they will attempt to do that.
But that's why they will have to cloak their language and they will have to speak in terms of revolution -- in revolutionary terms that the average American doesn't understand. When we heard yes, we can. Yes, we can, yes, we can, the average American didn't understand what that meant.
What does that phrase mean? That was from the farm workers. It is a communist, it is a chant from the Communist Party.
You look for the slogans and you write them down. And if you know somebody who is a really, really, really liberal Marxist left, you know, that's cleansed themselves, watch it with them.
I'd love to watch this with David Horowitz, quite frankly, and have him point out aha, this, this, this, this, you see what's happening here? Because he be able to -- this needs a play by play. You know, can you get ahold of David Horowitz? Let's see if we can do that on Insider Extreme. Let's carry this with a play-by-play with radicals that know exactly what this is. So people can understand what's happening.
Maybe I'm wrong, maybe none of that is going to happen. I'm not expecting violence I'm not expecting anything. I'm expecting a very well orchestrated, very well moneyed, very, very well attended event. Huge. Huge.
The difference is one nation working together, that is theirs.
If you want to call 8-28, give it a name besides Restoring Honor I guess, you could say it was one nation under God.