Dem Senator: The System is Rigged

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GLENN: I'd like to play the audio now of a Democratic senator picked up by a

microphone saying you know, talking about this, again, a Democratic senator

talking about the system that we now have.

BENNET: It's nothing about because it's all rigged. I mean, the whole

conversation is rigged, the conversation, the fact that we don't get to a

discussion before the break about what we're going to do in the lame duck is

just rigged. This stuff's rigged.

PAT: I believe, I believe he uses the word "Rigged" either four or five times.

GLENN: And who he's talking to, another senator, is also saying, yes, yes.

PAT: Yes, it is, yes, is rigged. The situation is the agenda has been rigged by

the Democrats. And there's a Democrat, Michael Bennet, from Colorado saying it,

and just happened to be overheard with a live mic during a C Span broadcast.

GLENN: Now, this is after the voting of the Food Safety Act. With the Food

Safety Act.

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: Now, why would it possibly be rigged?

PAT: And he wanted, he wanted some discussion I think is all he wanted. He was

wondering why they weren't talking about it, why and they wouldn't because it's

already been rigged.

GLENN: Well, no, but that's ridiculous to say.

PAT: I know.

GLENN: Who would possibly rig something like that?

PAT: Well, we're conspiracy theorists for pointing out that he said it.

GLENN: I don't know why you have to point out that he said it. Who is this

mysterious "He" that you keep referring to?

PAT: Senator Michael Bennet from Colorado.

GLENN: Just like you to come up with a name like that.

PAT: I know. Just pull it out of thin air.

GLENN: Thin air. And then, you know, show the audio. Who could possibly rig it?

Who benefits from the Food Safety Act?

PAT: Hmmm. Where do you begin?

GLENN: Where do you begin?

PAT: Monsanto, I guess?

GLENN: Monsanto.

PAT: That would be a pretty good place to start.

GLENN: Who, who just upped their stock on Monsanto, and I believe it's now the

number one or number two investment of this individual?

PAT: Umm, gosh.

STU: It's probably somebody older? I feel like an older person?

PAT: You feel like not originally from America?

STU: Maybe not, maybe not.

GLENN: I don't know who you're talking about. I have no idea. You conspiracy

theorists are just because through the Tides Foundation which I fund the Apollo

Alliance was born and they wrote the stimulus package, I don't know what you're

talking about. Why would the Food Safety Act be written by any of my minions?

PAT: That's just conspiracy talk. That's all it is.

GLENN: That's all it is.

PAT: It's conspiracy talk.

GLENN: Well, no. I mean, it is conspiracy talk.

PAT: And anti Semitism.

GLENN: To come out and say that the system is rigged.

BENNET: It's nothing about because it's all rigged. I mean, the whole

conversation is rigged, the conversation, the fact that we don't get to a

discussion before the break about what we're going to do in the lame duck is

just rigged. This stuff's rigged.

GLENN: Yeah, it's rigged, isn't it?

PAT: That is that is amazing. That is amazing. I wonder how often MSNBC will

probably hammer that today.

GLENN: I haven't seen that anywhere.

PAT: I bet they play that over and over.

GLENN: Have you seen that?

PAT: I haven't seen it yet but I'm sure they

GLENN: I haven't seen it.

PAT: They are probably just queueing up the tape right now.

STU: They are saving it up so they can run it all midday.

GLENN: Have you seen it on Fox?

PAT: Actually I haven't seen it on Fox, either.

STU: I haven't watched Fox this morning but I'm sure they

GLENN: You have a Senator on the floor talking about how the whole system is

rigged! That's not news to anyone?

PAT: No, and it wouldn't be, either, if Republicans were in the majority right

now in the Senate or we had a, let's say Republican president like George W.

Bush and they were saying that it was rigged, I'm sure that that wouldn't be a

news item, either. I'm sure if it was Lindsey Graham are or John Cornyn saying

this, I'm sure it wouldn't be a discussion.

STU: It seems like all he's asking for is a discussion about what would be

discussed during the lame duck session.

PAT: Yeah.

STU: That's not exactly a high standard he's looking for.

PAT: No, it's really not.

STU: It's really not.

PAT: It's really not, but they didn't even have that before they voted

apparently and so that's

STU: They needed to talk about Boise State, though. They needed to have Boise

State. Nevada won in that game, and the quarterback's tall and he can run

quickly.

PAT: Very, very, very fast.

STU: And he throws it a long ways.

PAT: A long ways according to Harry Reid.

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