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TheBlaze.com: Aliens or Air Show? Strange Lights Appear Over TX and NYC

GLENN: So we're going to play this audio and video, and you can see the video at TheBlaze.com. This video is from a news station in El Paso, Texas, a couple of days ago. And they also include some video of the same thing happening in New York about, what, three days ago, five days ago, sometime last week. And it is stunning. And what it is is some sort of I mean, UFO only means an unidentified flying object. So you don't know what it is. Put explanation at the end is weather balloons or military and

PAT: That's always the explanation.

GLENN: Yeah, but you've never seen anything like this. You've never seen anything have you ever seen anything like this?

PAT: No, the closest I've seen that was really weird and the explanation didn't fit was the Phoenix deal. Remember that?

GLENN: No.

PAT: With the thousands of lights in the sky and it was it happened over several nights. I think somebody in Phoenix would remember it better than me. But there was some phenomenon in Phoenix that was really bizarre. But this is

GLENN: Hang on. I just remembered something else. Do you remember something in the last year? There was another there was the thing where they said, oh, it's that's just a remember? It was like over in Europe some place? And they were like, "Oh, it's just a big light bulb."

PAT: Oh, the missile thing?

GLENN: Yeah, a missile.

PAT: Remember that?



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GLENN: Yeah. And it was bizarre. It was totally bizarre. That, I believe, that was man doing something really spooky, I think. I don't think that's like, "Don't worry, that's just an alien spacecraft." Wait a minute. That's what you're admitting to? What is it really? I mean, it was spooky looking.

This is very different, and the video starts in one point of light falling from the sky, and it looks like a falling star. It looks like a meteor coming right at ya. And then it breaks into four of these lights. And then they just stop and they hover. And then they watch. You're going to watch. We're going to put it on Insider Extreme. This video is available at TheBlaze.com, but we'll put it on the Insider Extreme if you're watching. Dom, pick up Pat's computer here, Camera 3. There it is. Okay. Now watch this, Stu, and tell me if you've seen anything like it. Go ahead.

REPORTER: Strange and mysterious lights hovering above east El Paso tonight. What's even more strange, very similar lights were spotted in Manhattan just two days ago.

GLENN: I don't think they maybe used the X Files music.

PAT: I don't, either.

GLENN: As one. Now it breaks off.

PAT: Into three.

REPORTER: Above the skies of Northeast and East El Paso tonight, a site that was a little more than stunning.

PAT: Then they stop.

REPORTER: This is what one of our photographers rand Marino caught on video. One solitary light that appears to be falling in the sky. But that light suddenly breaks apart into two, then three separate lights.

GLENN: Now watch.

REPORTER: Those lights then just freeze in the air and begin to hover.

GLENN: What the hell is that?

REPORTER: Eventually a fourth light can be seen.

PAT: Tell me that's a balloon.

REPORTER: The lights appear to be hovering and moving in a strange pattern. Then they all disappear.

GLENN: Boom.

REPORTER: We received a lot of phone calls into our newsroom tonight

GLENN: What the hell is that?

REPORTER: from people on the west side of town and on the east side.

STU: That is bizarre.

REPORTER: All of them wanting to know what was going on.

GLENN: Now, all of this

REPORTER: And descriptions from everyone calling basically the same. One caller thought a plane was falling. Another thought it was a meteorite. Others, though, said it looked like a UFO. Now

PAT: You think?

REPORTER: Want to hear get really creepy? Check this video out. Just two days ago in the sky above Manhattan people froze above the street there as they saw these three lights hovering in the middle of the day. And check this out. The three lights are close to each other, then spread out into this triangle pattern.

GLENN: Watch this.

REPORTER: Now, look at the patterns side by side. This from Manhattan and the other tonight in El Paso.

PAT: How about that.

GLENN: It's the same pattern.

REPORTER: They do look eerily similar.

PAT: You think?

GLENN: That's it.

PAT: They look more than eerily similar. They are exactly the same.

GLENN: Find that video at The Blaze and you tell me. You know what we should do is The Blaze should go and they should put together that video along with that creepy missile video and whatever it is you're talking with in Phoenix, was it in the last year?

PAT: A year or two or three.

GLENN: And may I ask and look, I'm not a believer in UFO I'm not a believer in green men. I mean, I don't think we're alone in the universe but I just don't you know, I don't think that we've been watched and envied and spied upon. I don't believe any of that.

PAT: I don't, either.

STU: Well, that's what they want you to believe. They want you to not believe.

GLENN: When you say "They," do you mean "Them" and am I included in them?

STU: Hmmm.

GLENN: Tonight on an episode of Vee. So I'm not a believer in, you know, in little green men watching us. However, I can't explain that video. I mean, I could buy the missile thing maybe. I don't think it was a missile, but I think that was manmade. This very well may be manmade as well, but I don't know who's funding that research anymore. George Soros.

STU: Mmm hmmm.

GLENN: I don't know and maybe George Soros, he is so evil, he might be from another planet. I don't know who's funding something like this. I mean, it's bizarre. But did you notice also about, what was it, two weeks ago? Did anybody see the little story that came out? And I just laughed about it and then I started thinking about it. I thought, wait a minute no, I'm kidding. I just laughed about the fact that the United Nations just appointed someone to be our point person on Earth.

STU: Right. I forgot about that.

GLENN: Since when

PAT: Alien ambassador.

GLENN: do you need a point person for an alien ambassador?

PAT: Yep.

GLENN: What was that all about?

STU: That is really strange. Really strange.

PAT: We have a representative to space aliens just in case, I guess. We don't, but the UN does.

GLENN: No, see, the only thing that makes me think that that's nothing is that it's from the UN.

STU: Yeah.

GLENN: They are always doing stupid things like that.

STU: If aliens were coming, it would take them at least 20 years to actually come up to them and talk to them.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh. Oh, my gosh. No, they couldn't talk to them but they could embezzle from them.

STU: Yes.

GLENN: You know. The aliens would be like, we just wanted to talk to you. And all of a sudden, man, your wallets are missing.

PAT: Well, besides, aliens never show up at the UN. They always show up to some farmer in Dubuque, Iowa.

STU: That's true.

PAT: You know?

STU: Good point, Pat.

GLENN: Could we go down to another crazy, even crazier? Because really, how do you explain this?

STU: I mean, it looks like, almost like you know when you have like a big fireworks display and there's lights that come down and they divide?

PAT: Oh, yeah.

GLENN: I've never seen them, I've never seen them hover.

STU: Stop. For minutes at a time.

GLENN: They just hover and then they change patterns? And then it's the same pattern that that same firework did in the sky two days before in Manhattan during the day?

STU: That part of it doesn't look like fireworks.

GLENN: Yeah, okay. So I mean, I think the most logical explanation is that somebody with an awful lot of money used to be us is doing space experiments but NASA right now is too busy on their Muslim outreach.


So

PAT: We know it's not them.

GLENN: We know it's not them.

STU: Well, we want them to feel good about their math skills. Who else is going to do that?

GLENN: So what could that possibly be. And then the Muslim or not the Muslim outreach but the alien outreach thing that we have at the United Nations. Do you think there's a possibility? Because I really, this is crazy, this is really crazy. But isn't this more logical than space aliens coming down? How crazy is it that you think, is this maybe the United Nations trying to have us have a fear against an alien life form so we'll all unite? I mean, because that's how every space that's how every movie ends. The united you know, the world comes together and they are like, oh, we've got to put aside our differences and all join at the UN so we can so we can defeat these aliens. I mean, that's more logical, isn't it? Or is that because that's crazy. That's crazy. Which is more logical? That there are space aliens or that somebody would be using some sort of technology to make the world think that there's space aliens? Or that these are weather balloons?

PAT: I think clearly weather balloons.

STU: I think they are weather balloons on fire in descent. And then inside there is another balloon which, when the fire caught that balloon, it released the inner balloon which, again, was helium and that floated and then floated out to that separate pattern because there was also strings you couldn't see that hadn't fully extended yet. So when the helium blew up, they flew to their fullest extension and that's how that happened. And, of course, the other one in the other city is just coincidence.

GLENN: Let me ask you this. There's another coincidence.

PAT: Good explanation.

STU: Thank you.

GLENN: Here is another coincidence. Why did the testimony happen? Was it in front of congress? Why did the testimony happen here just recently with respected Air Force people coming out and saying, "By the way, we want you to know we've seen the alien ships?"

STU: I did see that. I always feel like that's the line when you cross from respected Air Force agents to nonrespected Air Force agents.

GLENN: No, it is.

STU: When you do that.

GLENN: It is. But again, what's up with that? Where did that come from? I remember reading that story going, what the hell are they doing.

PAT: They used to bend over backwards to say that there were no aliens right?

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: There were no UFOs, there were no real actual reports, that Area 51 has nothing in it. All of that stuff, they bent over backwards to tell us.

GLENN: Is it possible that the reason why Rahm Emanuel left is because the president figured out that Rahm was a lizard man?

STU: I haven't seen that being reported on.

GLENN: I haven't

STU: Which means they're hiding it.

GLENN: I just haven't seen it.

PAT: Collusion of the mainstream media.

GLENN: You know, that guy, if he was just a Republican, the Democrats could have made a great campaign commercial on that. Why is it that Rahm Emanuel says he doesn't remember the TV show Vee? Why is it once we see weird lights in the sky, he scatters like a reptile? Mmm hmmm.

STU: I don't mean to freak you guys ow.

GLENN: Yeah.

STU: But I just remembered as we were talking about this, I clicked on one of the windows I had open to talk about today and it's about how Dennis Kucinich might lose his race.

GLENN: You know why?

STU: Well

GLENN: He'll disappear into obscurity. No, he's going back to the mother ship.

STU: He's probably looking for an exit to go back home. We've been talking about how Dennis Kucinich is an alien for years.

GLENN: Just got this in from a producer in Richmond: What's up with the lights above the sky in Richmond's fan district last weekend? Dozens of people report seeing strange lights in the sky, both Saturday and Sunday night. Jeff Brown tells CBS News 6 that the object he saw Saturday night had three lights in the shape of a triangle.

PAT: There it is again.

STU: Yeah, look at the

GLENN: Witnesses in Virginia say that the light spotted Sunday night was just a small ball of light. There was no beam that could be associated with a strobe light. It was seen moving in the air for about four hours.

PAT: Hmmm.

GLENN: What the heck is that?

STU: Someone did point out that it could be a promotion for the event, that show. I don't know. It's just a theory.

GLENN: By the way, I'm watching that show. Tremendous.

STU: Is it good?

GLENN: Yeah, I've only seen one episode. But it's, you know, a two hour opening episode. I haven't had time to watch any more. Really good. Really action really good.

PAT: Is it about a space event?

GLENN: Yeah.

PAT: Yeah?

GLENN: It was unclear in the opening but it's clearly some sort of alien or something like that. There's I mean, that would be can I tell you something?

PAT: That would be a great stunt.

GLENN: That would be the greatest stunt ever, although it would be very irresponsible. I was just sitting here behind this microphone, if you're watching on the Insider Extreme, I purchased this microphone recently to try to remind myself of the days when radio had integrity and the people behind the microphone had integrity. Of course, I didn't think about it at the time that this is the microphone that Orson Welles used as well during

PAT: The biggest hoax of all time.

GLENN: The biggest hoax of all time. But that was a stage play, a radio play. But as I was saying it, as I was just talking about this here a second ago, I thought, my gosh, this is exactly like war of the worlds. This is the kind of atmosphere that the country was in fear, the country didn't know what was going on, they were afraid of the Nazis and everything else. And somebody perpetrated that hoax.

PAT: Right.

GLENN: Orson Welles.

PAT: Right. This would be a cool, high tech way to do the same thing, wouldn't it?

GLENN: Wouldn't it be?

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: Really expensive. I don't know why you would do it, but it would be cool. I think people might be a little pissed if it was just a promotion or something.

PAT: They would.

GLENN: But

PAT: They would.

GLENN: But I believe that the United Nations could have been bought off enough to be able to be a part of it.

 

Sen. Ted Cruz: NOBODY should be afraid of Trump's Supreme Court justice pick

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) joined Glenn Beck on the radio program Wednesday to weigh in on President Donald Trump's potential Supreme Court nominees and talk about his timely new book, "One Vote Away: How a Single Supreme Court Seat Can Change History."

Sen. Cruz argued that, while Congressional Democrats are outraged over President Trump's chance at a third court appointment, no one on either side should be afraid of a Supreme Court justice being appointed if it's done according to the founding documents. That's why it's crucial that the GOP fills the vacant seat with a true constitutionalist.

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Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) joined Glenn Beck on the radio program Wednesday to talk about why he believes President Donald Trump will nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.

Lee, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee that will consider and vote on the nominee, also weighed in on another Supreme Court contender: Judge Barbara Lagoa. Lee said he would not be comfortable confirming Lagoa without learning more about her history as it pertains to upholding the U.S. Constitution.

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This week on the Glenn Beck Podcast, Glenn spoke with Vox co-founder Matthew Yglesias about his new book, "One Billion Americans: The Case for Thinking Bigger."

Matthew and Glenn agree that, while conservatives and liberals may disagree on a lot, we're not as far apart as some make it seem. If we truly want America to continue doing great things, we must spend less time fighting amongst ourselves.

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'A convenient boogeyman for misinformation artists': Why is the New York Times defending George Soros?

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On the "Glenn Beck Radio Program" Tuesday, Glenn discussed the details of a recent New York Times article that claims left-wing billionaire financier George Soros "has become a convenient boogeyman for misinformation artists who have falsely claimed that he funds spontaneous Black Lives Matter protests as well as antifa, the decentralized and largely online, far-left activist network that opposes President Trump."

The Times article followed last week's bizarre Fox News segment in which former House Speaker Newt Gingrich appeared to be censored for criticizing Soros (read more here). The article also labeled Glenn a "conspiracy theorist" for his tweet supporting Gingrich.

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