Did Chris Christie Snub Glenn?

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GLENN: Here's the thing. I said on stage last week that I would like to meet

Chris Christie. Then they started writing stories, did Chris Christie snub Glenn

Beck? No, no. He's in New Jersey. He doesn't stand at the roadway, you know,

like, Hey, welcome to New Jersey. I'm Chris Christie. We didn't call. We didn't

ask. I said that on stage. So, then he makes some comment, somebody asks him,

where is he?

PAT:/STU: I don't know.

GLENN: Iowa? And here's what happened.

CHRISTIE: I heard that Glenn wants to meet me. I'm in New Jersey. You know,

listen. I feel really lucky that I have so many people out there who are saying

that my policies are good policies and, you know, all of those people deserve to

have my gratitude and he among others does

VOICE: You'll be fine if we acknowledge the fact that you didn't answer that

question?

CHRISTIE: As long as you report accurately my answer.

GLENN: Okay.

VOICE: That conversation is your business.

GLENN: Yeah. Chris Christie, you would be the dumbest person on the planet to

meet with me. You would be and he's not. He answered that exactly right. I don't

know. Maybe he doesn't want to meet with me. Maybe he does. Maybe he doesn't

find it a relative question. I'm thinking that's probably

STU: I think that

GLENN: We've got people working on that day and night. They're trying to

connect us. I mean, that's ridiculous

STU: I feel like it's the reporter trying to get him to, you know, admit to

something or anger you or cause some controversy.

GLENN: Exactly right.

STU: When I saw that I was thinking if this guy distance to do the policies

and put in place the policies he's doing, he can call us anything he wants.

He can



TheBlaze: We all know that Glenn has a bit of a man-crush on the New

Jersey governor, but perhaps the feeling isn’t mutual?

GLENN: Oh, no, no.

STU: He can throw things at you as you drive by New Jersey.

GLENN: I'm going to go a step further. Chris Christie, you may like me; you

may not like me. You may trust me; you may not trust me. You know, I read

someplace that he doesn't want to come on the show because I'm

unpredictable. Yes, I am.

STU: Uh huh.

GLENN: I call a spade a spade. If I think that you're bluffing, if I think

you're lying, oh, I'll say it right to your face. So, I don't think he's

afraid of me. I mean, he's not he's in New Jersey taking on the unions. He's

not afraid to come on the show. But he may not like me. And that is totally

fine. I've heard there are some people in America that don't like me. I

haven't met anybody, but I've heard that rumor going around

STU: Seems impossible.

GLENN: Right. So, I don't really care. Chris, just in case you do like me or

you appreciate, you know, what we do or whatever, you have my permission to

rip me to shreds. You can rip me to shreds. If it helps you, continue to do

the hard work and have a spine, you throw me on the funeral pyre anytime you

want. I hate that guy. Go ahead. If it helps keep you safe, if it helps keep

you doing I want you to know, the minute you start doing weasely things, oh,

I come out for you like a box of rocks and this offer is over.

STU: Does a box of rocks chase how would a box of rocks come after you? Is

there any way, Pat, that you see that occurring? It doesn't seem like an

analogy that

GLENN: Let's say, let's see. Could I give you an example? Could we work it

out?

STU: Yeah.

GLENN: I would like you to go get a box of rocks and brings it me. Okay? And

then, Stu, I want you to go down on the sidewalk.

STU: Yes.

Glenn: And I'll show you

STU: Uh huh

GLENN: How a box of rocks

STU: Uh huh.

GLENN: Shall can come after you

STU: I'm starting to see it a little bit.

GLENN: There you go.

STU: If he's weasely, you're going to come after him.

GLENN: If he's weasely, I'm coming after him and that's fine. But if he

remains doing the right thing for the country, I don't care what anybody

says about me. You would be stupid to meet with me because what will they

do? They would be I mean, you could meet you could meet here. You could have

a seance with all of all of the craziest people out there and O'Donnell

could use witch craft and bring Saul Alinsky back to life. You could be at

that seance bringing him to life and he could just come out and go, we must

destroy the planet and all that live on it, and you could say, yes, yes,

hang on. I'm writing that down. It could all be captured on tape. That would

get less press than you meeting with me where you say close the door and I

say, I hate your guts.

PAT: Because the way the seance would be presented is, oh, you're bringing

up say answers. What kind of conspiracy kook are you?

GLENN: No. They would actually report it this way: Of course O'Donnell was

there.

STU: (Laughter.)

GLENN: All right. So, you know, Chris, bash me all you want. You didn't, but

whatever.

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Grace said was taken to jail but was never booked nor was she was placed in a jail cell.

Glenn commended Grace's father, Andy, for raising such a "great citizen" and asked if it was Grace's idea to protest. Andy said it was Grace's idea, explaining that they took the position of arguing on the grounds of civil rights rather than the efficacy of wearing a mask.

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