Glenn Beck: Did Jerry Brown call Meg Whitman a whore?

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BROWN: Hey, Scott, give me a call. Jerry Brown. Love to talk to you. By the

way, what I'm looking at is an open letter to CSLEA members, that's Alan

Barcelona's group. So I knew I got their advisory committee endorsement and then

I heard that NOVI had some poll or focus group and he said we didn't have the

money and couldn't overcome it. So they were jumping on the winner. I don't know

that second end. But this is an endorsement. Just says CSLEA's endorsement of

Meg Whitman for governor, 10 to 1, final item. We don't know what Jerry Brown

will have for the next four years. So we can't afford the risk. So this is

Barcelona, not one of our stalwart offices if you want my opinion. But call me

back, will you?

GLENN: Now listen.

BROWN: This is really important here. This race is tied. My first head goes up

tonight. We've got $30 million in the bank. We're ready to roll, and your

support means a lot to me. Thanks.

GLENN: Now listen.

(Audio still playing).

PAT: He's about to start talking about her.

(Audio still playing)

GLENN: This is a problem.

(Audio still playing)

PAT: Here it comes.

(Audio still playing).

GLENN: Here it is, here it is.

(Audio still playing).

PAT: There it was. She'll do anything because she's a whore.

GLENN: There is his response. Okay, stop, stop.

PAT: Was that not him that said it?

GLENN: No, it was somebody else. He said, do we want to put an ad out that I've

been warned if I crack down on pensions, I will be that they will go to Whitman?

And that's where they'll go because they know Whitman will give them and cut

them a deal, but I won't. It appears to be a second voice asking, what about

saying she's a whore? So it is exactly what we said.

PAT: It is that conversation.

GLENN: His response is, well, I am going to use that. It proves that you've cut

a secret deal to protect the pensions. So it really was

PAT: I like that, like that, let's call her a whore. That was good. That is

good.

GLENN: What do you say?

PAT: So that really was the conversation.

GLENN: That really was the conversation.

PAT: You can't do comedy anymore because things are weird. Things are so weird,

you can't do comedy anymore.

GLENN: Yeah. What do you say we call her a whore? No, I'm going to go with skank

first. Let's start with skank.

PAT: And see, that's not funny because it's real.

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: But it's an actual conversation.

STU: Let's try heart. Heart is a good one. Connects with the older audience.

GLENN: That's too old fashioned.

PAT: Too weak.

GLENN: We're not going for

PAT: Too biblical.

GLENN: We're not going for those old farts. Heart's too old.

STU: Is his point essentially that she's a political whore,

PAT: I think so.

STU: That she will sell out her values for votes. He is not actually saying she

is trading sexual favors for money.

GLENN: So in other words, if somebody else so in other words, if I said she was

a whore, what about calling and I'm not even going to do it because they'll take

it out of context.

STU: (Laughing).

GLENN: But what about calling, you know, so and so a whore? And meaning a

political whore?

PAT: Glenn Beck called so and so a whore!

GLENN: That's exactly

STU: Oh, it's happened.

GLENN: They will use that now.

PAT: I know, they will. They will a so and so.

GLENN: They will say so and so and you know who he meant by that, don't you?

PAT: We know exactly who he meant.

STU: I don't think that analogy, I think it probably has been made and we've

been attacked for it and that's you know, I understand that. And there was

someone else who got in trouble on one of the news broadcasts. Remember at some

point? Who was it? Was it Hillary Clinton? Someone said something about Hillary

Clinton or Chelsea Clinton? Remember this from this is maybe a year ago, a year

or two ago? Was on stage, on TV and said something like that? I mean, that

analogy goes a long way, I guess. It's somewhat common. But I mean, there is

some sort of a distinction there, isn't it? I mean, if you're in a private

conversation and you say, you know, she's a am I ruining the fun with this?

PAT: A little bit.

STU: I'm sorry. You know what? I can't believe Jerry Brown did that. Why would

he do that?!

GLENN: Thank you very much. I think we're just going to leave it at that.

PAT: You're right. Yeah, what you said, Stu.

STU: Yeah!

GLENN: He's a whore.

STU: Whore!

GLENN: What do you think about calling him a whore?

PAT: I think Stu's a skank more than a whore?

GLENN: Really?

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: Very skanky.

GLENN: You know what he is? He's a liberty slut. That's what he is. Oh, liberty,

liberty, liberty, you'll give out liberty to anybody, you liberty slut.

 

The Chinese government offered to spend $100 million on building an "ornate Chinese garden" at the National Arboretum in Washington, D.C., and the project "thrilled local officials," according to a CNN report.

While anyone with an ounce of common sense could have guessed that there was something sketchy about China's generous offer, it apparently took a deep dive by U.S. counterintelligence officials to raise "numerous red flags."

The FBI "quietly killed the project" after realizing that the park's pagoda would have been strategically placed in the perfect spot for gathering sensitive military and government intelligence. There was also a little problem with the fact that Chinese officials planned to ship project materials in "diplomatic pouches," meaning U.S. Customs officials could not check what was inside.

"Now, what could they possibly bring in?" asked Glenn Beck on the radio program. "The Chinese are purchasing land all over the country ... the FBI uncovered Chinese-made Huawei equipment atop cell towers near a U.S. military base in the rural Midwest. They said that's kind of a problem when they checked with strategic command, because, apparently, it could just block our nuclear communication. And that might also be, maybe, also a problem."

In the video clip below, Glenn goes on to detail the "spooky" red flags they found that suggest China just might have been up to something more sinister than sharing Chinese culture with America's capital city.


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VOTE: You decide who gets a Badge of Merit

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The Purple Heart in George Washington's time was not given for being wounded. This award went to ordinary solders for doing something of merit—something that would find favor in the eyes of God. Washington knew they couldn't win if they weren't on God's side. And if they were on God's side, God would bless them.

I've been looking for people who deserve a George Washington badge of merit. Many of you have submitted nominations. Thank you for the love, respect, and consideration you have shown in doing so.

From your hundreds of nominations, we have narrowed it down to three finalists. Now, it's up to you to decide who gets this honor.

Here are the candidates:

1. Bill, the Reliable

Bill is a 70 year old man living in the hills of West Virginia. He was nominated by his neighbor, a paraplegic combat veteran, who says, because he likes to stay active, he gets himself into “all kinds of troubles.” Anytime he finds himself in one of these situations, Bill is his first call.

His nominator wrote:

Bill will check on me at least once a day, sometimes twice, and even more if he knows my wife is gone or he hears me tinkering around outside or in the garage… If he hears me banging, grinding, welding, or whatever, he will walk over to see if I am ok, or need any help…all I need to do is make a phone call and Bill comes running to help. Oftentimes, he hears me coming, and is in the driveway or field waiting on me before I even get the chance to call.

Bill tends to his neighbors’ farm free of charge, and even lets his neighbors’ cattle graze on his property. If Bill hears his neighbor mowing the grass, he gets right out there on his mower to help him. He even walks his neighbor's 11-year-old dog on the mile hike to pick up the mail for him. His nominator said he can always count on Bill for anything he needs. All of this while having a family of his own to care for, and being 70 years old himself.

His nominator said:

Bill is a living example of what I believe Jesus intended when He said "You should Love your Neighbor as yourself!"

'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.' This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments. (Matthew 22:34)

2. Heather, the Selfless

Heather was nominated for her service to the homeless community of Anchorage, Alaska. Her nominator described her, saying:

She knows hundreds of the homeless by name, and knows their stories too, and they love her. She has invited them into her home, clothed them, fed them, lovingly washed maggots out of their hair, de-escalated fights and disarmed them. She plans sober outings with them to encourage them to stop drinking, and celebrates with them when they do.

Heather has even sustained injuries from the people she serves, yet she forgives and loves anyway. Heather has a heart for the people that most forget about. Her nominator wrote:

While the rest of us only see a brief mention in the news of a body found, or the number of homeless that didn't survive the dip in temperatures, she worries for them on cold nights, and grieves for them when they pass away. … She walks this life like Jesus more than anyone I have ever know.

Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me. (Matthew 25:40)

3. Conley, The Good

Conley is an eleven year old boy from North Carolina.

His father describes him as "the most intelligent, trustworthy, reliable, kind hearted, and remarkable 11-year-old I know.”

Conley holds doors open for everyone, and makes sure to say “ma’am,” “sir,” “please,” and “thank you.” At his Little League game, one of his teammates hit a line drive, and the ball hit a player on the opposite team right in the chest. The umpires, coaches, and Conley all instinctively ran over to him to help. He’s become a fan favorite at the ballpark.

At home, his Dad says:

We can ask him to do something, and with little to no grumbling at all he does it. He takes the dog out, he takes the trash out, he carries the mail up to my dad's house next door, he helps me outside, he helps his mom cook, and helps with the garden.

But most importantly, in his Dad’s view, is that he takes care of his little brother.

Jamie (his little brother) can call for him, and Conley will stop whatever he's doing to go help him. Conley fixes lunch everyday for Jamie, then fixes his own lunch. Conley changed Jamie's diapers when he was still wearing diapers.

On top of all that, Conley loves U.S. history, and knows that all of his blessings come from God. We can only pray the next generation is made up of kids like Conley.

Even children are known by the way they act, whether their conduct is pure, and whether it is right. (Proverbs 20:11)

Who do you think deserves a badge of merit? Cast your vote below:

Under the authority of California's infamous Governor Gavin Newsom (D) and Secretary for Environmental Protection Jared Blumenfeld, California's Water Boards will not only require owners of private wells to report every drop of water they extract from their own property, but they will also charge the property owners for the privilege of doing so, according to a recent California Globe report.

An unnamed source told the Globe that Natalie Stork, a state water control official, "quietly" delivered a shocking letter to private well owners, which reads, “Landowners whose property is within an unmanaged area and contains an operating groundwater extraction well must report the volume of groundwater extracted from the well. The groundwater extraction volume must be reported as a monthly total. In addition to pumping volumes, reports must include the location of the well and the place and purpose of use of the groundwater."

The letter goes on to inform the property owners of a list of "filing fees" that they will be required to pay to the government for the water they are required to report to the government.

"What a great racket! The government provides no service, no support, no product, doesn’t even do the billing! That’s all on citizens. All [the government does] is cash the check," the unnamed source told the Globe.

On the radio program Monday, Glenn Beck broke down some of the extreme actions the left is now taking in the name of combating climate change, including California's shocking new "Sustainable Groundwater Management Act" as well as Canada's insane new regulations on fertilizers.

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Performing artist Lizzo says she skipped school once to see a concert, and she is now trending on Twitter.

The Grammy-nominated Lizzo told Elle she once had an opportunity to see Destiny's Child perform at a Walmart and skipped school to make it happen. Perhaps her lyrics make more sense through the lens of a person who doesn't take education seriously?

In this episode of "Stu Does America," Stu took a break from serious news coverage and shared a clip from "The Glenn Beck Program" of Glenn's "deeply profound" dramatic reading of Lizzo's "Where Da Hell My Phone."

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