'One Nation' rally had more in attendance than 8/28?
You may have watched the clip of “One Nation” attendees being told that “satellite images” proved that their rally exceeded attendance at the “Restoring Honor” rally.
GLENN: So, the rally turnout in Washington was
PAT: Hold on. What was it?
GLENN: Can we just talk about
STU: How many?
PAT: Let me just remind you.
VOICE: If I had the budget, I could equal that march. I know I could.
PAT: He knows he could.
STU: How many?
VOICE: I know I could get Leo Gerard. I could get the international union. I guarantee it.
VOICE: I could do more than 300,000.
PAT: Wow. More than 300,000.
STU: I wonder if he did that. Did he do that, Pat?
PAT: Surprisingly he did not.
STU: But I'm looking at the pictures and they look amazing. Did he get one fifth of that?
PAT: Well, you look at the side by side at theblaze.com, you'll see our rally, the 8/28 rally compared to Saturday's incredible
STU: By the end of it when they still had speakers on stage, there was only a few hundred people there and you can see that at your keynote, Glenn, there was only 200 people left. You can't really
GLENN: So, here's the thing. I want to play in LA, they also had a One Nation rally.
PAT: Yeah, they did.
GLENN: And Danny Glover was there and here's what Danny Glover said. Cut 281, please.
GLOVER: and we see an annihilation is happening before our very eyes, the animals and plants that we once saw are no longer there. We cannot be a part that have species annihilation.
STU: What is going on in the background? Is there ca zoos being played? What is happening?
PAT: I don't know. He's communist rallies, and, look, they don't want they don't far be it for them to eliminate any group from these rallies. They want communists, they want socialists, they want anarchists.
GLENN: I find it amazing we have a President
PAT: A big tent.
GLENN: and a press that can see this kind of rally happening where they are standing with the banners and the socialist everything and actually and nobody covers it, nobody cares.
PAT: I know.
VOICE: If I had the budget
STU: No. What is being played here? Listen.
VOICE: I know I could. I know that I could get Leo Gerard. I could get international union and all of these. I guarantee it. I could get more than 300,000.
GLENN: Could you please play 503, please?
VOICE: If I had the budget, I could equal that
STU: That's 503. Wait. Is that 503?
STU: Why did you say you wanted 503 if you didn't want 503?
GLENN: Play some of the people, things they were saying at the rally
VOICE: If I had the budget, I could equal that mark. I know I could.
GLENN: Stop it.
STU: That wasn't him at the rally. He was at the rally. You said you wanted people at the rally.
VOICE: I heard a little bit about the Glenn Beck rally and, you know, making a mockery of Martin Luther King. I really didn't follow it, but knowing those people, that's what it would be about.
PAT: He really didn't follow it. He didn't know anything about it. But knowing those people.
GLENN: Hey, Stu, we glad did I didn't fight or anything. We gladly, gladly had our position of stage down off of the Memorial
STU: Uh huh.
GLENN: We were told a myriad of times we could not point speakers towards the Memorial because it was a sacred spot.
PAT: We even talked about that on the air because there were so many people on the Memorial watching and we couldn't provide sound for them.
GLENN: Right, because it is a sacred spot. We were in no way, shape, or form to disturb the Memorial in any way. We didn't argue it. We didn't fight for it. I didn't want to stand on the same step as Martin Luther King. I personally would have felt uncomfortable doing it, but did you notice that we had a band on that place? How do you put a band on the same step as Martin Luther King? How do you do that? First of all, what kind of connections did you have to get the National Park Service and a national Memorial
PAT: You've almost got to be, I would think, endorsed by the President of the United States of America, but I think that's about it.
PAT: Here's fear of the feedback of the rally.
VOICE: Then heard about this rally and thought, let me see if I can get these mailed here and I was able to and came and here I am.
VOICE: Glenn Beck and he Tea Party people are saying nobody should pay taxes or anything.
GLENN: I never said that.
VOICE: And, you know, I don't know.
STU: It kind of sounds good, though. It's a good idea.
VOICE: We can be here and where are you?
VOICE: I mean, this is about us coming together trying to divide workers among each other.
VOICE: Federal funding for all public schools and the end of privatization of bussing our teachers union.
VOICE: I'm glad to be here. I'm glad I got a free bus ride because unemployment. I couldn't really pay, but I think it's wonderful that we're here and everybody's together and it's a nice day and
VOICE: I'm out here because I believe that this is a very important rally. October 2nd is all about November 2nd. It's about getting the progressive movement fired up in a very tough time in America after we've seen some pretty tough things happen to us legislatively. We've made some progress but the obstruction has been the obstruction against the progressive agenda in this country.
PAT: How do you obstruct how does the minority obstruct?
GLENN: It doesn't matter. Here is the thing. I want you to go to theblaze.com and
PAT: It does matter Mahatma Gandhi.
GLENN: I want you see the socialist banners and the socialist books and the socialist rallying cries and the communists that were there on the mall and I just I want you to pass that on to your friends and just say, Does it matter anymore? Does it matter? Does does communism, socialism, anti Americanism, globalism, does it matter? Does it matter that we have a new world order being formed now? Does it matter that we have socialists and communists wearing I was going to say wearing the flag, but they weren't. Did you notice the lack of red, white, and blue in this crowd? There's photos. We sent photographers down and reporters down. We hired independent crews because I didn't want to, quite honestly, put a FOX crew into that lion's den and have anybody have to answer that they were from FOX. So, we hired, I personally hired independent crews to go down and take photos and do interviews with people in the crowd. You'll see them tonight and does it matter? You know, this is what I told you about a year ago. I said, Right now they're all saying that they're not communists, they're not socialists, they're not revolutionaries but mark my words, I said, there will come a team when they'll just come out and say, it doesn't matter anyway. We're there, gang, we're there, and the American people have to decide. You know, there I don't know if you saw any of the pictures of the trash, again, at the theblaze.com, you'll see the pictures of the trash, just the pictures of the World War II Memorial covered in trash.
PAT: SEIU signs, protest banners.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
PAT: All kinds of junk.
GLENN: Its rep hence Syble, rep hence Syble. Now, you ask yourself, how can that happen? Well, I can tell you how it happens. When you are not when you think that the military and the military industrial complex is evil and that we are the oppressors, you don't you don't think anything of the military and the memorial. These were oppressors. When you're country's freedom has been handed to you you know why that would have never happened in 8/28's crowd? Because you would have had thousands, thousands of those who served in World War II and Korea and Vietnam, thousands that served in the Gulf War and this war. They would have they would have wept. They would have picked it up themselves and then they would have wept that somebody didn't care, but those people are not in that crowd. These are the people that march against our soldiers. They really do believe that freedom is free and so they don't have respect for the sacrifice that it has taken. So, they can be numb skulls, so they can also stand on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and say what they said over the weekend.
I have to tell you, I don't have any problem with them marching. I have no problem with them going there in the Lincoln Memorial. I'm not going to say that they desecrated that site with their words because this country is about freedom of speech. They didn't did he say crate that site with their words. They desecrated their site mark my words. As I said about myself on 8/28, to echo the words of Abraham Lincoln, the world will not long remember what we said here but in the same way I said it to the crowd of 8/28 I say to the numbers of 10 2 10, but they will long remember what you did there. And what you did there, not what you said there, what you did there was shameful
TheBlaze: ‘One Nation’ Crowd Didn’t Exactly Leave the Mall (or World War II Memorial) Spotless
STU: Can we at least stop the spin, though about it. Look. They didn't do a great job, but the fact that you're saying there wasn't a lot of red, white, and blue is disgraceful, especially when you see this picture here. There is a beautiful flag I'm showing it to the Insider Extreme members here. There is a beautiful flag there, right by the trash on the ground and see, there is red, white, and blue on the event. It's just sitting there right there on the ground. It's fantastic. So, let's not spin this.
GLENN: Look at all of those
PAT: Look at all of that.
GLENN: All those signs, the homemade signs. Did you see the homemade sign that was right there in the front, one of the front rose
PAT: About Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin are racists.
GLENN: Are racists.
GLENN: Unbelievable. But at least it was a homemade sign because the other flags, I'm sure, were printed by unions and so when you're handed something and you don't really care about it, you just came because you're unemployed and you had a free bus trip, what difference does it make? What difference does it make? You're being used as a useful idiot and I have to tell you how proud I am of the union members. The union members, they didn't come. This they say this is a bottom up revolution. It's not. It is a revolution of funded by those and perpetrated by those who have their pensions 120% funded. The union workers, no. The union workers are not Marxists and communists. The union workers are the garbage truck drivers and the teachers who are not communists. The firemen and the policemen. The firemen and the policemen, I felt bad for the policemen in Washington. Can can he did we get a report on if there were any arrests? This probably weren't enough people to arrest anybody, but there was I think it's on the theblaze.com, there was a woman who was hitting the reporter and I saw the poor park police having to stand in between this woman and the reporter. That didn't happen at our rally. It didn't happen. The police, they know who supports them. They know. We can't allow these things just to become about it can't become about money. It can't become about just our pensions. It has to be about our values. It has to be. What are our values? Who represents us? Who what kind of community do you want to live? Do you want to live in the kind of community sure, there's more space, but do you want to live in the kind of community that was represented on the mall in the same place this last weekend by 10 2 10? Are those the leaders of our country for its bright future or do you want to live in a community of those who attended 8/28? You can't have one or the other I mean, you can't have it's not that's the community has to come together. There's going to be bone heads in both communities. There will be racists in both communities. There will be stupid people in both communities, but which one has a brighter future?