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PAT: We played, I think we played this yesterday and maybe late in the show.

It's a new DNC ad. It's from the Democrat Party and they are talking about the

Republicans stealing our democracy through, I guess, contributions from evil

organizations like the Chamber of Commerce.

VOICE: Karl Rove, Ed Gillespie, they're Bush cronies. The U.S. Chamber of

Commerce, they're shills for big business.

PAT: Shills.

VOICE: And they're stealing our democracy. Spending millions from secret donors

to elect Republicans to do their bidding in congress. It appears they have even

taken secret foreign money to influence our elections. It's incredible.

Republicans benefitting from secret foreign money. Tell the Bush crowd and the

Chamber of Commerce stop stealing our democracy. The Democratic National

Committee is responsible for the content of this advertising.

PAT: Tell them to stop stealing our democracy. I wonder how many people picked

up the phone and made that call: Hey, stop stealing our democracy! How are we

doing that, sir? "By doing stuff that you do! You know what you're doing. I

don't have to explain it... to you."

So anyway, the mainstream media has even heaven. They picked up on this. They

have actually challenged this Chamber of Commerce thing because they all know

this is as desperate as it can get. You are taking on the Chamber of Commerce

now because they are putting some money into this election and then you are

trying to allege that they are getting foreign money. Even Bob Schieffer from

CBS News who had David Axelrod on his show kind of went after him on it. Here's

what severe said to Axelrod.

SCHIEFFER: Now, I want to ask you about that because the New York Times looked

into the Chamber specifically and said the Chamber really isn't putting foreign

money into the campaign.

PAT: Thank you.

SCHIEFFER: That it does charge its

PAT: New York Times says the Chamber of Commerce is not putting foreign money

into the election, yet the Democrats continue to use that.

SCHIEFFER: Aren't affiliates' dues that bring in less than $100,000 a year, a

lot of organizations including labor unions do that. But the Chamber has an

annual budget of $200 million, and it says along with that, it keeps these

foreign dues separate. They do spend heavily in politics, $25 million so far.

They expect to spend $50 million. But this part about foreign money, that

appears to be peanuts, Mr. Axelrod. I mean, do you have any evidence that it's

anything other than peanuts?

AXELROD: Well, do you have any evidence that it's not Bob, the fact is that the

Chamber has a certain fact but they won't release any information about where

PAT: Yeah, he just gave you evidence actually. He just told you New York Times

looked into it. He just cited some evidence.

AXELROD: their campaign money is coming from. And that's at the core of the

problem here. What we've seen in part because of a loophole that the Supreme

Court allowed earlier this year, we now see tens of millions of dollars being

spent by the chamber and a number of organizations, some of which just cropped

up.

PAT: Like unions?

AXELROD: Ed Gillespie and Karl Rove

PAT: AFL CIO.

AXELROD: Tens of millions of dollars from undisclosed

PAT: UAW.

AXELROD: Names like the American Crossroads Fund and they are spending heavily

in all these elections. In one race in Colorado

PAT: SEIU.

AXELROD: There are six different organizations running negative ads against a

Democratic senator there, Michael Bennett. No one knows where the money's coming

from. So I guess my question back to you and for your next guest is why not

simply disclose where this money is coming from and then all of these questions

will be answered.

SCHIEFFER: Well, that will certainly be fine with me, but I want to go back to

this thing about the Chamber of Commerce. If they are only taking in $100,000 a

year.

AXELROD: If they are?

SCHIEFFER: But you question that. You say they

AXELROD: Well, I don't know. No one knows, Bob. The point is I can assert

anything I want but you have as a good journalist you ask me, well, how do we

know that's true. Do we have documentation to prove that.

PAT: And he did. Listen to this. Listen to this lame explanation to Bob

Schieffer: And I can make any assertion I want and you'd ask me where I got it.

He just did. He just asked you where you got it. And the response was? How do

you know it isn't that way?

AXELROD: If the chamber opens up its books and says here's where our political

money is coming from, here are the million dollar, $2 million or $3 million

contributions we've gotten from this company or that industry

PAT: And you don't even know they have gotten that.

AXELROD: Then we'll know. But until they do that, all we have is their

assertion.

SCHIEFFER: Do you I guess I would put it this way. If the only charge three

weeks into the election that the Democrats can make is that somehow this may or

may not be foreign money coming into the campaign, is that the best you can do?

PAT: Thank you! Thank you! Bob Schieffer, CBS News, posed that question. That's

how bad it's getting for the Democrats. And by the way, unbelievable hypocrisy

from these people. We'll get into that with the contributions. Remember the

shady contributions that Barack Obama received during the campaign? We'll tell

you about that, next.

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Smith, 16, began a maskless protest after her school district in Laramie, Wyoming, decided to implement a mask mandate. As a result, Grace received three suspensions, was issued two $500-citations, and was eventually arrested.

"How long were you in jail?" Glenn asked.

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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