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Let me just lay out a couple of things that have happened since last we met. All of a sudden now we're talking about an actual revote in Florida and Michigan. In the history of politics have we ever had a revote? Stu, do me a favor. Look that up for me. Let's have that fact tomorrow. Has there ever been an election that went off without any shenanigans, that went off fine that they then later had a revote?
STU: Oh, that happens all the time, Glenn, I'll get on that
GLENN: Yeah, get on that. Find out because this could be an American first. Could have the first African-American President, the first woman President and the first time we've ever had a revote where we didn't like the election results. It's incredible. But they are going to do it by mail. So you know you'll be -- don't worry. You can do that by mail. What? Sure, you can check, you know, that those are all legitimate. Of course you can. By mail. Who's going to fake something and say they're somebody that they're not? You know what I'm saying? So you can get everybody also in the nursing homes, too, because they don't have to go anywhere. It's fantastic. It's fantastic. The only thing is what about all the homeless that don't have homes? What about those people? Are you going to say -- I mean, do they get a ballot in the mail, too? Where do they pick it up? How do they mail it? How do they ever find out? Maybe we should just decide for the homeless who they should have. I can't believe it.
Then over the weekend Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico, it's weird. They had a caucus but Barack Obama's been winning in the caucuses? He does well, you know, in the caucus where people stand around and go, "I don't know, Hillary Clinton, wasn't she involved in some scandals?" So Puerto Rico which had a caucus scheduled has -- and this is weird, has now changed it to a regular election and they moved the date. And it's weird because the person who's in charge of the DNC do you know in Puerto Rico, an ardent Clinton supporter. Isn't that -- that's weird. And then you have the election in Pennsylvania. Ed Rendell who, it's weird, his wife actually I believe was appointed as a federal appellate judge by Bill Clinton. Ed Rendell's wife -- Ed Rendell, in case you don't know, is the governor of Pennsylvania, has last month, citing bad weather, extended the deadline for filing delegate slates, which is weird because Obama got it in. He was fine. "I finished my homework, teach, I'm done, I got it in on time." But Hillary didn't do it and so the governor filed an extension and said, well, we can't -- because it's bad weather. So we've got to make sure that Hillary can -- that's weird, huh? And then of course, you know, Florida and Michigan which is really weird because Hillary Clinton was on record beforehand saying, "We have to remember that these in Florida and Michigan don't count." So it's almost like she knew what was going on.
You know, I said earlier today that Hillary Clinton is like a bad horror movie that just never ends and -- we're the heroine, we're the one that the audience is always shouting out, "Don't go in there" and then they are always saying, their wife or their husband is saying, "Nobody would ever do that, I mean, that's just so stupid, why would you ever do"... that's who we are in this horror movie. It's Clinton, and we are the ones just walking into the booby trap that anybody with a brain could see. And yet it just continues to go. You know, the killer never gets caught. The bad guy never goes away. It just keeps happening, and the person who's in the lead is just stupid time and time again.
Here's the latest. 700,000 in stock paid to the Clintons December 2004 for an appearance at a launch party at the Tavern on the Green in New York, was given this stock for $3.50 -- I'm sorry, able to sell the stock for $3.50 a share. It was to get a speech for Accoona. Now, Accoona, which is a fabulous company that, well, was going to go after Google. The only problem is the Chinese government owned an awful lot of Accoona. The China Daily Information Company owned by the Chinese government, that's got to be good reliable information, huh? Held a substantial amount of this stock and then the co-founder was Armand Rousso who pleaded guilty in 1999 to felony fraud charges. So that's a good company. You want to be in business with these people.
May I ask, do they -- no. No, I'm sorry. I was going to say do the Clintons know and investigator? But then I remembered they hate investigations. So, of course, they're consistent. They don't want any investigators because they should hire an investigator or just ask the secret service, have I been hanging out with felons lately? Have you noticed the pattern of felonies, you know, that happen around me? Just let him know, would you, in one of your, like, earpieces or something? Just have somebody talk into their sleeve, "I believe that's a felon next to the President or the senator" and then just let us know, will you? Because it seems to be happening an awful lot.
But anyway, I digress. I'm sure they don't have secret service student backgrounds on any of these people and, of course, they don't like investigations. So they don't do any investigations. But they were able to sell this stock for $3.50 a share, okay? Made $700,000 in profit from a company co-founded by a felon and the major holder was the Chinese government. But here's the problem. According to a prospectus filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission, it said the company issued 200,000 shares in 2004 for marketing services and valued the stock at 66 cents a share. How did -- 66 cents a share? That's weird. How did they sell it for $3.50 a share? These guys are good investors. No, they are. They were good in all of the other things that happened back in the Nineties. They're good again. Oh, jeez, is that a vast right wing conspiracy? Oh, bet it is. Oh, crap. Forget I said anything. "Look behind you! He's got a knife!"