Glenn Beck: Lack of Judgment


GLENN:  Here's the thing.  That's okay.  I'm telling you right now go ahead.  Go ahead.  Let him be the candidate.  Let him be the candidate.  This guy, I cannot imagine in America that elects this guy.  America is absolutely ready for a black man to be President but not an angry black man.  Not an angry white man, not an angry woman.  We're not ready for an angry person to be President of the United States.  That's my problem with John McCain.  I think he's an angry guy.

STU:  And Obama has looked like the best one as far as that goes.

GLENN:  We wanted to bring everybody together, bring everybody together.

STU:  I don't know that he's still angry but when you're tied that closely to somebody like this, how do you not be influenced, for 20 years.

GLENN:  Stu, 20 years.  How do you miss it.  The guy at the bare minimum, at the bare minimum is blind to people.  If he's this blind -- let's just take him at face value:  I had no idea he was like that, I had no idea he was like that.

STU:  How can anybody try that.

GLENN:  Let's just say.  That's what he's claiming, right?

STU:  Right.

GLENN:  Okay.  So let's take it at face value.  "I had no idea he was like that."  So let's move on from that.  "I'm going to meet with President Ahmadinejad here in the next couple of weeks to talk about relations over with Iran."  Are you kidding me!  You couldn't sit with a guy for 20 years and know how much hate and anger he was filled with and you think I'm going to trust you with relations in the Middle East?

STU:  And he says he's going to meet with all these guys.

GLENN:  He does.

STU:  He's going to come back throwing birthday parties for them.

GLENN:  He's going to come back going, "These guys are great!  What are we doing!"  Okay.  So if you take him at face value, this guy cannot be the President of the United States.

STU:  Yeah, think about every major political scandal almost always comes down to some guy who's too close that was dirty.  That happens over and over again to political figures.

GLENN:  No, but this is not, not usually -- usually it's like Rezco.  Rezco you can say, okay, well, I don't really know what was going on there and, you know, how well did they know each other and it's just kind of dirty.  This goes to the man's judgment.

STU:  Yeah.

GLENN:  This is so critical if he cannot see something this obvious that we could see from a million miles away, he cannot be President of the United States.

STU:  At least can't do it well.

GLENN:  No, he can't be President.

STU:  You think he could possibly be elected.

GLENN:  No, no, I'm saying he cannot be President of the United States and --

STU:  He should not.

GLENN:  No, in this -- in today's world he cannot be the President of the United States.  We would be -- we would be in so much trouble.  I mean, you think Jimmy Carter is bad?  You think Jimmy Carter judgment --

STU:  Yes.

GLENN:  You think his judgment is bad?

STU:  Yes.

GLENN:  I would like to make the case that this shows Jimmy Carter as being a much better judge of character than Barack Obama is.

STU:  And this guy -- well, here's the thing, though.  This is all on the basis that he's actually telling the truth which, the bottom line is he's not telling the truth.

GLENN:  Okay.

STU:  He knew.

GLENN:  So now if you don't take him at face value, it only gets worse.  If you don't take him at face value, what does that mean?  Is he actually buried?  Is he using Barack to be somebody -- is he using his name Barack to be somebody he's not?  Is he posing as this, you know, this guy at church who's surrounded by hatred and bigotry?  Is he posing as that for some reason?  Is he trying to be popular?  Is he just the typical politician that will do and say anything?  This is the antithesis of what his campaign is built around.

STU:  What he's supposed to be.

GLENN:  He's supposed to be about hope and change.  We've said what kind of change?  If you listen to his pastor and his preacher and the theology of his church, there is no hope unless you get rid of the white man.  So I don't believe the hope thing.  The change, change to what?  Change to what?

STU:  Yeah.

GLENN:  Change to another politician that just lies to us, that says one thing but actually believes another?

STU:  But he's lying about something else and that's what the whole sort of change we can all unite on.

GLENN:  Oh, it's --

STU:  We want a different kind of lie.  We want a lie from somebody that looks different.

GLENN:  We're going to play some of the -- we're going to play some of the audio from yesterday, and it is so clear.  And then I'd like to hear from you.  What exactly, what exactly does this tell you?  How else can you read this?  And if you'll excuse it, you are going to have to explain to me how you excuse it.  And don't start down the road of, "Oh, well, we all have things..." No, excuse me.  Excuse me.  We don't all have this in our past, and it ain't past, gang.  It's current.  He still hasn't disavowed this church.

STU:  Yeah, it's passed as of Monday.

GLENN:  Yeah, "Well, our relationship has changed now."  Do you realize the headlines are he has broken ties with his President?  His exact words were, my relationship has changed.  I'll explain why he's saying those things coming up in a second.

Whitney Webb EXPOSES the REAL power behind Jeffrey Epstein's sexual blackmail network

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Journalist Whitney Webb has a gift for locating power and hunting it in its darkest corners. In her new two-volume book, “One Nation Under Blackmail: The Sordid Union Between Intelligence and Crime that Gave Rise to Jeffrey Epstein,” she exposes the dark truth about Epstein’s extensive criminal operations and the connections to entire networks of power and influence — a web of elites that infiltrates the highest ranks of every sector, including law enforcement, art, Wall Street, Silicon Valley, big business, real estate, philanthropy, media, academia, banking and more.

Webb joined "The Glenn Beck Podcast" to expose just how deep Epstein's vast network of corruption and power really went. Was Epstein a government informant? How big is the scandal's body count? And of course, did Epstein actually kill himself?

Webb's research into transhumanism has also given her a terrifying perspective on the World Economic Forum and tech elites, including Elon Musk. People around the world have had enough of these global elites trying to control their lives, and they're starting to elect leaders who are pushing back. But can these new leaders survive the system that people like Klaus Schwab have put in place?

Webb told Glenn that she believes we're actually facing something much bigger than Klaus Schwab.

Watch the full podcast with Whitney Webb below to learn why Glenn says "this is the most important hour I have ever been a part of in broadcast [and] I've done this for 45 years."

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Why Kari Lake is '100% confident' she will WIN Arizona

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Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake joined "The Glenn Beck Program" Thursday to explain why, with over 100,000 votes left to count, she's "100% confident" that she will win against Democratic candidate Katie Hobbs, who currently still holds a narrow lead.

Kari also gave her thoughts on why the ballot counting has been so slow, why that's "embarrassing" for Arizona, and whether Republican senatorial candidate Blake Masters will also win his election.

Watch the video clip below to hear more from Kari. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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We've learned some very valuable lessons from this year's midterm elections so far, but perhaps the most important takeaway should be that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis should be the model for the entire GOP.

"Any Republican that's not willing to look at Ron DeSantis, and see what he did and how he did it, and begin to model themselves after that is a fool. An absolute fool," said Glenn Beck stated on the radio program. "He is not angry. He is not divisive, at least [not] intentionally divisive. That's not his goal. His goal is to be decisive, and decisive people are perceived sometimes as divisive because a lot of people don't want to make changes. It is time to make changes," he stated.

"Second thing, our nation is spiritually lost. Completely lost," Glenn continued. "There is only one savior, and he's not on a ballot. Until we drop the manifest destiny [and] arrogance of 'God's on my side,' we will continue to suffer defeat, hardships, and darkness. And I mean as a nation, we are all going to pay for this. We must be on God's side, and that requires humility."

Glenn went on to say the third big takeaway is that Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) "was and is wrong."

"Lukewarm Republicans are not going to defeat the Democrats," Glenn asserted. "Just not being a Democrat is not enough. And Mitch McConnell should feel the ramifications of this loss. Mitt Romney said just last week, he tweeted that a red wave was coming, and it was all thanks to Mitch McConnell. Well, it turns out he was right. What was coming is all thanks to Mitch McConnell."

Watch the video clip below to hear Glenn share his midterm takeaways and explain the one path forward he believes still exists for conservative Republicans and for America. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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On Wednesday night's "Glenn TV," Glenn Beck unpacks the wins, losses, and lessons from the midterms and asks, “Why can’t everyone be like Florida?”

Results are still coming in, but if Republicans take the House, what will they do with a majority? BlazeTV host Stu Burguiere argues the GOP must stop the bleeding and block the worst instincts of the Biden administration. We can’t relax for the next two years and put our hope in a Republican presidential candidate.

Matthew Peterson of the New Founding PAC says, win or lose, “No one is coming to save you”— there are REAL changes you can actually make at the local level. Now is the time to start building careers, communities, and infrastructures that align with your values to better fend off attacks from the Left. “Why be around people who don’t like you?” Make red states redder.

David Barton of WallBuilders brings some much-needed perspective and says the mainstream media was too focused on national issues; there were MAJOR untold wins at the local level. At the end of the day, bold leadership was rewarded.

Finally, Glenn shocks the audience by agreeing with Mitt Romney and apologizes for the creative direction of the graphics featuring Democratic candidates in BlazeTV’s election coverage. Just kidding. They had it coming.

Watch the full episode of "Glenn TV" below:

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