A copy of the page on Barack Obama's Web site where the New Black Panther Party gives its endorsement.
GLENN: Well, the New Black Panthers have endorsed Barack Obama which I'm sure he was thrilled about. Now, there is the New Black Panthers, the endorsement made it up onto Obama's website. However, I didn't see it before it was taken down and I'm not sure -- I can't come to you and tell you that it was posted by Barack Obama's people. It may have been posted in a public area. That's what Barack Obama is saying, right? That's what his people are saying, that that was posted in some site where they don't have -- some part of the site where they don't have control over? Yeah, so I'd like to know what that means. I don't give him the benefit of the doubt anymore. Lie to me once, you've proven that you're just a regular politician, and you've lied to me once. But it doesn't matter. I mean, you know, I can't believe that Barack Obama would be proud of the Black Panthers endorsing him, but Malik Shabazz, who is the head of the Black Panthers was on Fox early this morning and I was listening to it and I thought to myself, holy cow, listen to what the man is saying. Now, he's saying it in a very reasonable way. But remember he's the leader of the New Black Panthers. But listen to what he has to say. Here's the interview from fox.
VOICE: He said that the U.S. Government created the AIDS virus to perpetrate genocide against its own people. Do you agree with that?
SHABAZZ: Well, my colleagues in my legal organization, Black Lawyers For Justice and other --
GLENN: Stop, stop. Hey, Stu.
GLENN: What do you say me and my colleagues get together and we do a White Lawyers For Justice?
STU: People would love that. They would embrace it.
GLENN: They would.
STU: It would be celebrated by all major media.
GLENN: It would just be consistent, wouldn't it?
STU: Yeah. I know that's important to the media, I know that's important to politicians.
GLENN: I'm thinking about starting White Lawyers For Justice.
SHABAZZ: Attorneys, we have researched this and there's a debate out. It has not been disproven, nor has it been proven, but our evidence shows that the United States government is in the business of biological weapons.
GLENN: Stop. Hang on just a second. So this is kind of like the thing that I had a problem with with Hillary Clinton where she said Barack Obama's not a Muslim that I know of, right? There's a theory out there. There's a theory out there.
STU: Some people are saying.
GLENN: Some people are saying.
STU: E-mails have been quoted as saying.
GLENN: I don't know who has been saying. I haven't been saying that.
STU: In the comments section of a blog I once read.
GLENN: Yeah. All right. So there are theories out there that the Government created AIDS and intentionally gave it to African-Americans as an act of genocide.
SHABAZZ: That Fort Dietrich, Maryland is a suspect in this and that the World Health Organization has evidences that tends to show that smallpox vaccine was used to spread AIDS in Africa.
GLENN: Stop, stop. Stu, could you do a quick web search on that?
STU: In the comments of a blog?
GLENN: No, no. Try to find it not in a blog. The World Health Organization has evidence that the smallpox vaccine was the initial source? Is that what he said? The initial source?
DAN: Spread of Africa, the spread of AIDS in Africa.
STU: I've heard the big -- vaccinations are blamed kind of for everything, particularly something you can't explain very well, it's automatically blamed on a vaccination.
GLENN: Oh, then you know what? Then maybe the media not understanding the Jeremiah Wright story, maybe it was caused by some sort of a vaccine.
STU: It's possible.
GLENN: And maybe the fact that 50% of America's just not outraged by this must be the diptheria vaccine that you got when you were a kid. Maybe 50% of the population just got stupid from it.
All right, go ahead. Back to the New Black Panther Party leader.
SHABAZZ: It was not unfounded that AIDS is not natural but a manmade virus. That's a strong belief.
VOICE: You really think that --
GLENN: Stop. Did you hear that? It's not natural. It's manmade and that's a strong belief.
VOICE: Given all that the government has done to try to fight AIDS, given all the money that's been spent, given all the volunteer work that Americans have done to combat AIDS in this country and Africa that the government is perpetrating? To what end? Why is the government --
SHABAZZ: I'm just telling you facts from depopulation hearings and the Henry Kissinger and the U.S. Government.
GLENN: Stop, stop. Facts under the depopulation hearings headed by Henry Kissinger. There's another thing to put in Google there, Stu.
STU: The problem is there's plenty of hits on Google for this stuff. Shockingly enough, they are all the same sites that believe in 9/11 conspiracy theories.
GLENN: No, no, I mean Google the actual testimony, the hearing itself.
STU: You mean where Kissinger admitted that he created AIDS to kill black people? Yeah, I got the DVD set at home. It's fantastic.
GLENN: Good. Can you bring it in tomorrow?
STU: Sure, no problem.
GLENN: "It's very, very upsetting that I have been discovered as the inventor of the AIDS virus and I found it very, very upsetting that they did not reveal that I also ended smallpox and the vaccine and I took my smallpox and gave it to them and I found it very, very disturbing that I invented a cure but I tainted that cure with something that would just kill mainly African-Americans, killing everyone else. It was very, very tragic and it was one of my Henry Kissinger that I find very, very disturbing."
Yeah, I remember that. I remember that, Stu. I can see it happened, too, you know. Henry Kissinger, there's always been something, I don't know, some je'ne se quoi, you just can't put your finger on that you think, I believe he may be a genocidal maniac.