Glenn Beck: Are Harry Reid and SEIU rigging voting machines?

GLENN: The corruption, have you heard about the corruption, of course, in Chicago. There's a glitch with the vote by mail system and hundreds of thousands of voters may be disenfranchised.

PAT: Yeah. How about the military voters?

GLENN: Yeah, the military voters. Have you heard what happened in Las Vegas?

PAT: Just unconscionable.

GLENN: In Las Vegas people are going in and they're voting and they're like, no, the voting machine won't let me vote for anybody but Harry Reid. And I voted for the Republican and I get a receipt and it says that I voted for the Democrat.

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: So they called the people to repair the voting machines.

PAT: Sharron Angle's campaign lawyer says

GLENN: No, wait, wait, wait. They called the people who were repairing the voting machines. Do you know who they are?

PAT: Yeah. SEIU? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, which is why they say that if Harry can't win it outright, he is going to steal it. That's what they think is going on, the Angle campaign.

GLENN: You call SEIU? Those are the people to fix the voting machines? SEIU members? Do you remember, how many years ago was it, Pat, when there was somebody that was involved in the voting machines and they were, like, from South America and they were like a cousin three times removed from Dick Cheney's gardener back in '78?

PAT: Oh, yeah.

GLENN: Do you remember?

PAT: Mmm hmmm.

GLENN: It was some sort of weird I don't even remember what it was, but it wasn't a direct tie. And they went crazy. Here's SEIU being the voting you know what that is? That's Martin Luther King being in Birmingham, Alabama and then calling the police because somebody is beating on him with a club, a billy club. Oh, yeah, let me call the police. Let me call the police. They are the ones that are beating me up with a billy club! That's what that is. You're calling the repair people, the ones that are setting up the machines. Oh, yeah, let's do that. That's really good, isn't it? It's incredible. You know, the one thing and again, it works into their favor. They want strife and agitation. They want people to lose faith in the system. They want people to cry foul. They want that strife and that anger. They need it. You know what? Go back and read or go back and watch the Star Wars. Go back. The whole thing is amazing. But go watch episode oh, don't watch Episode 1. Go watch Episode 2. If you're watching Star Wars, you see how the republic is given to the chancellor. And the chancellor is the evil dude. And he's creating the conditions which make it possible for him to get all of the power. He created the conditions to make it so you run to him for help, and he doesn't want to help? "I don't want to have this power. I certainly don't want to have this power. I will return this power as soon as we, as we quash these rebel forces. Oh, we shouldn't have a clone Army, we shouldn't do that. But I don't think that we have any other thing we can do, so I will reluctantly take this Army." It's amazing. The 99 Uighurs, now, these are the people who have been unemployed for 99 weeks. I want to make it very clear. There are 99 weekers who can be 499 weekers and they still won't take a job. There are some people that don't want a job. There are some people that want to live off the system. But there are a lot of people remember, to create enough jobs just to replace the jobs that we have lost in the last two or three years, at this pace and that's not with having anything new added. At this pace to replace those jobs, we won't have the full unemployment to the way it was in 2007 or 2008, we won't have those jobs replaced until 2021. So 99 weekers, those things, those guys are really starting to feel the heat here soon, and those jobs are not going to be replaced fully until 2021, at this pace with nothing else bad happening.

Do you remember the scene in the Ten Commandments where, "And Moses went out into the desert where he was pounded by the Maker." And remember, what happened? He went out into the desert and he was pounded by the elements, he was thirsty, he was lost, he didn't know what he was doing until he was clay, ready for the Maker to mold him. Well, now remember this is the group of people that don't believe in the Maker. They don't believe in God. They mock God every step of the way. They are the maker. They are the ones that will save everyone. The 99 weekers are being put out into the desert by the maker. Listen to what I'm saying. The 99 weekers are being put out into the desert to be molded and to be pounded so they will be putty or clay in the hands of the maker. The government is the maker. SEIU, the labor unions, they are the maker. Who coined the term the 99ers? Who is organizing the 99ers? Who is there on the front lines with the 99ers? SEIU. I certainly don't want to create an Army. It's just, well, I am reluctant and I certainly will return all of this power once we get past this crisis. Oh, I'm sure you will.

So now how do you diffuse that? You must be on the front lines. We must be good, decent, charitable people and we've got to organize our churches. Remember they hate it when we organize. They can't stand it when we organize. I had NRA, unbeknownst to me, ran an ad for the 8/28 deal. Remember they ran that cover? And I hated that cover. I'm like, why I mean, if they just would have called, I could have given them a good picture of me. But they ran a thing about 8/28 and the left, they went crazy. For three weeks all we heard was, "And exactly how is the NRA involved in..." they ran something. I didn't know about it. They ran it. That's what they did. They can't have us organize. But look what's happening with Jon Stewart? They are organizing every step of the way. I saw an ad or a story today about it in some magazine some place and or some newspaper and they were saying that American university, the political science says that Jon Stewart is code for the Democratic Party. That's what it is. And they know it. They know it. But nobody has a problem with that. You don't listen to what they have to say. You don't worry about what they have to say. You just do the right thing. You just do what you're doing. Organize. Organize your churches. Gather together. Because storms are coming. But you be a force for good. You go find those people that are struggling. You help them in any way you can. Forget about the ones who won't help themselves. Look, you don't offer help to people who haven't bottomed out. If they haven't bottomed out, if they are just... I know. I say this as a recovering alcoholic. You cannot help anybody who won't help themselves. But if they will help themselves, help them. Stand with them before they are co opted, by the power of the dark side. I love the lightning bolt thing. Wouldn't that be great if seriously don't you think Andy Stern might be able to... "What, I'm just fixing the voting machine." (Making electrocution noises).


 

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"As a cultural anthropologist, I've been traveling to poorer countries and interviewing small farmers for over 30 years. And, obviously there are a lot of causes why countries are poor, but there's no reason we should be helping them to stay poor," Michael said. "A few years ago, there was a movement to make poverty history ... [but] it got taken over by the climate alarmist movement, which has been focused on depriving poor countries, not just of fossil fuels they need to develop, but also the large hydroelectric dams."

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