GLENN: So Media Matters has been -- these are really despicable people. Well, I can't say the people. I don't know the people. I just know what they do is despicable. And Media Matters is a group of people that running Media Matters, if I'm not mistaken, we went over it last night, the guy running Media Matters is one of the guys who helped orchestrate the G-20 black clad riot people, right? Really bad revolutionary people. Funded now in the open by George Soros. Never before out in the open. But George Soros doesn't care anymore. He's like it will come and accuse me of stuff, I might as well just be open about it. I'm a big evil dude. And so now he's given them a million dollars. I think they just hired somebody whose sole goal in life is to bring me down. And have at it, brother. What they're trying to do is they're trying to paint Tea Party people as violent. And everything that we are not. There are nut jobs in every walk of life. There are nut jobs on the right and the left. But that's not who people are. Not on the right or the left. They're not nut jobs. And I am so sick and tired of the media carrying water for the crazy revolutionaries in this country and trying to make people like you into a nut job. Because that's not who we are. Well, here's the satisfying story of maybe the year. Pat.
PAT: There's a Florida man whose wife had apparently been recently fired by the local school system. Kind of took matters into his own hands yesterday. He went into a school board meeting armed with a handgun, and he was standing right in front of them, maybe five, ten feet away from them and started shooting at them.
GLENN: Now, hang on -- hang on. Here's where -- I know that sounds like it's not supposed to be satisfying.
STU: This part isn't.
PAT: This part, no.
GLENN: No, this part is. The guy is also a really bad shot. He's five feet in front of people and he doesn't hit any of them.
PAT: Missed everybody.
GLENN: Loser times ten. You can tell he's a liberal because he can't shoot.
So he doesn't hurt anybody.
STU: Thank God.
PAT: No. Eventually he's wounded by security and then he shot himself.
GLENN: So at point-blank range he's an effective shot?
PAT: Yes. Yes, he got that job done. So then you look into his background a little bit.
STU: Strangely enough, because I know the Tea Party is the one that's supposed to be violent.
GLENN: They're only learning it from me. They're only somehow or another subliminally I'm telling them to do these things.
STU: We learned that from Media Matters again specifically cited Tea Party violence when they got their million dollar George Soros donation. This is interesting it comes from TheBlaze.com.
GLENN: That's a good website. I don't know who runs that.
STU: It's really good. "Clay Duke, the man who opened fire on a Florida school board Tuesday posted a last testament on Facebook decrying the wealthy and linking to a slew of progressive sites, including Media Matters." Weird. They are just -- all their violent rhetoric, we've been warning about it.
GLENN: I've got to ask why George Soros is trying to whip people into a frenzy like this and get them to kill people all the time. I don't understand it.
PAT: You know the hateful rhetoric has to stop.
GLENN: I have seen hateful rhetoric like this before.
PAT: Media Matters.
GLENN: It was back in the days I was in San Francisco, and it was hateful rhetoric, and it's got to stop. I love that line from Nancy Pelosi. Yes, the hateful rhetoric it was from the progressives. It was from conservatives. It was from people like Jim Jones who was -- you know the Jim Jones story is so amazing, the Kool-Aid guy. He was a communist. They tried to make him look like he was a religious guy. No, no, no he was a communist who went so far left, get this, that the people in San Francisco said, "You're a freak."
That's like when he's like I'm taking my Kool-Aid and going to the jungle. Now, let me make one thing clear, because I know that there's someplace, some pimply faced, sweaty 18-year-old kid who wants to make a name for himself. I'm going to be George Soros's hero, and he's right now in his mom's basement typing away his latest blog for Media Matters. Let me make this very clear. Media Matters did not try to go in and shoot the school board. It was the crazy nut job that did it. Period. Nobody's responsible for making anybody go do anything violent except crazy people who decide that violence is the answer. Yeah, that's who did it.
STU: And Media Matters is absolutely not responsible for that. It's his fault. However by Media Matters' own definition it is their fault because that's what they say about the right all the time.