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V - Trailer

PAT: Now Kevin who is the, I don't know, what are you, book czar, head person of the books?

KEVIN: Yes, keep going, uh huh.

PAT: Chief of all books in the history of the world.

STU: The god of literature.

PAT: You are the person who's responsible for, what, 19 books in the last six weeks? Is that right?

KEVIN: Uh huh.

PAT: And you so you saw the series last night, the series premiere, right?

KEVIN: Yes.

PAT: Did you get the same impression that Chad had?

KEVIN: Yeah, Chad stole my thunder. I think the one thing Chad is leaping to the conclusion of how this ends because I we don't know. Maybe at the end all of what they're saying actually happens. They give us universal healthcare.

STU: Right.

KEVIN: I mean, this may be an analogy the wrong way.

PAT: Maybe these are nice lizard people?

KEVIN: Could be.

STU: The gecko guy is pretty nice. He is saving you money.

PAT: There's precedent.

STU: 15% in 15 minutes. That's a lot. I mean, there's something to be said for lizard people.

PAT: Well, yes. Well, is a gecko an actual lizard, though?

STU: I'm going to say yes.

PAT: I don't

STU: It doesn't matter. I'm going to say yes. It works for the

PAT: Just go with it. Don't try to think about it too much.

STU: Got an accent.

PAT: Right.

STU: I mean, did they have accents, the lizard people?

KEVIN: They did not, no. No accents.

PAT: No.

KEVIN: So that does not work.

STU: Always gives you more credible. Remember that.

PAT: So they actually do mention universal healthcare?

KEVIN: They do. It actually was really like, I swear

PAT: You got the same impression?

KEVIN: This could have been a Glenn Beck production. If Glenn Beck wrote this script, it could not have been better.

PAT: Wow.

KEVIN: It was really amazing.

STU: I'm surprised that I mean, there's got to be some part of them that knows that there's going to be a reaction. I think it's going to get people to talk. But also that there is some sort of, some sort of that general sort of angst against the government right now.

KEVIN: Right.

STU: That why not play off. It's going to get people like us to talk about it. And it's apparently very well done as well. So it's not like you're luring people in for crap. I mean, it's a pretty good show.

KEVIN: Yeah, really well done, yeah. I mean

PAT: I'm just trying to see who wrote it. I was trying to Google.

KEVIN: It would be interesting to find out because it was that Eighties miniseries of what changed. You know, did they

PAT: Well, because the Eighties miniseries, I don't remember it being any sort of political metaphor.

STU: Are you sure it wasn't anti Reagan or something that we never picked up with them?

PAT: Yeah, maybe and I just didn't realize it, I was too young at the time or not aware enough. I don't know. It's possible. But I didn't have the impression when I watched it, and I loved the show. I saw the whole in fact, I was just, I was in the store, a video store recently and I thought, I should get the series V. And then cooler heads prevailed. (Laughing). Yeah, yeah.

STU: Here it's the same writer from the original V series, Kenneth Johnson?

PAT: Oh, doesn't ring any bell. You know, if it's what's his face from 24, you might kind of understand it.

STU: Right.

PAT: You know.

STU: Is it true reading a little bit about this online and, Kevin, you might know something about this, that one of the strategies of the visitors is to sort of implant people in different, like, levels of government and media and everything else, which is, I mean

KEVIN: This is right out of the Glenn Beck playbook.

STU: It really is.

KEVIN: Yeah. What they did was they sent, you know, a small group here a decade ago or whatever and now some are firmly entrenched in government and some are local news anchors that you recognize.

PAT: Wow.

KEVIN: And all of this stuff.

PAT: Wow.

KEVIN: So that when the rest of them come, there's already this structure as Glenn might call it or a framework.

OLBERMANN: God forgive you.

PAT: For even bringing that out. For even bringing that out, Kevin. So is it like 98% of the world is all enamored with the visitors? They all love them, there's no apparent reason, they are just all, it's like, you know, it's an Obama sort of hysteria?

KEVIN: Yeah.

PAT: And there's just a teeny little Glenn Beck fraction that's like, these guys are not what they seem?

KEVIN: That's exactly right. And there's even a part where there's a pastor giving a sermon at church who's talking about, you know, the bandwagon and saying it's really easy to just jump on the bandwagon but sometimes those are the times where you need to take a step back and just wait. And talk, and saying that basically the number one weapon they have is devotion and trust.

STU: I don't know if there's any reason to attack Yankees fans now. I mean, we're already we're already through five games here, six games. So I don't think we should

KEVIN: Five games.

STU: Well, the six games.

KEVIN: Glenn's not here. You can talk about sports openly.

PAT: That's true. We don't have to hide in the closet anymore. Hi, my name is Pat, that's Stu. We're sports fans. Hi, Pat and Stu!

STU: He's coming back, he's coming back.

'Sanctuary city' Democrats upset over (a few 1000) migrants, meanwhile here's what's happening in border towns

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) and Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) are in an uproar now over a few thousand illegal immigrants coming to their cities — even though both places claim to be "sanctuary cities" for illegal immigrants. Meanwhile, the number of illegal immigrants coming into border towns is expected to exceed 6 MILLION by the end of Biden's term if things continue at the current rate.

As the Democrats ask the Biden administration to declare a federal emergency, Glenn Beck took a few moments on the radio program to compare their immigration problems to the massive influx of illegal immigrants flooding our border towns.

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Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) has come a long way since she told then-2020 presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke "Hell, no, you’re not" taking her guns in response to O'Rourke's viral "hell yes" comment about proposed firearm confiscation plans.

Now, we find out that Boebert was a stripper and a paid escort, had a "meth drug problem," nearly "killed her sister-in-law during a drunk driving" accident, and somehow had an abortion five or so months before giving birth to her son. Oh, wait, no. Those were all lies, and the guy who peddled them — American Muckrakers PAC co-founder David Wheeler — admitted to CNN that his "bombshell" exposé on Rep. Boebert was chock full of "inaccuracies."

Wheeler also offered to apologize to Boebert, but on "The Glenn Beck Program" Thursday, the Republican congresswoman told Glenn that it looks like that was a lie too.

"I don't really mind that they hate me," Boebert said of her left-wing defamers. "It actually lets me know that I'm on the right track, because they cannot stand the truth ... [and] they hate anything that is good about America. So, whenever they come after me, I'm like, 'alright, we're doing good.'"

Asked by Glenn about Wheeler's absolutely outrageous lies, many of which went viral on Twitter last month, Boebert said, "They cannot attack me personally enough ... they've always stretched it too far and now they just completely make it up. They completely fabricate it. There were lies saying [she had] two terminated pregnancies, I was an escort, a stripper, an addict, all sorts of things. And, you know, people get tired of it ... it really discredits anything they're trying to do because it's so out of touch. But that's all right. We'll have my lawyers handle that one."

After CNN called the Democratic super PAC co-founder out on his "inaccuracies," Wheeler "conceded:

[T]he super PAC was wrong when it insisted a photo of another woman posing on a bed is a photo of Boebert, was wrong when it claimed Boebert initially failed to disclose a campaign contribution from Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, was wrong to suggest Cruz had made big contributions to Boebert's campaign immediately after she started running in her first primary, was wrong about the date of a Boebert vehicle accident, and was wrong when it published a claim that Boebert had an abortion "in the fall of 2004'"- at most six months before she gave birth to a son in March 2005.

Wheeler also told CNN that he would be willing to apologize, but according to Boebert, "he doubles down on a daily basis."

"[Wheeler] stands by his claims [and] stands by his anonymous sources," she said. "This is not something that he's backing down from, and frankly, neither am I."

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CEO says TWO-THIRDS of ammunition deliveries have gone MISSING with UPS

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Patrick Collins, CEO of TheGunFood.com, says he's "lost" thousands of dollars worth of ammunition. Why? Because customers’ orders don’t always seem to make it to their doors — especially when delivering with UPS. In fact, he says out of 18,000 rounds of ammunition shipped through UPS, only a third were actually delivered. That's a lot of ammo to go missing. So, where is it?

Collins joined Glenn Beck on the radio program to detail the issue, the lengths his company has gone to work with the delivery service, and the lack of detailed response or explanation from UPS.

Collins said UPS blames the packaging even though his company has always "met and exceeded" all available packaging protocols.

"I have pictures of how the packages are packed (and) within the packages," he explained. "And I have all of that information. In fact, we changed our protocol here at TheGunFood.com to have our drivers, when they drop off the packages at the centers, they have to actually take a picture of it on the conveyor belt when UPS takes possession of our packages."

Collins also told Glenn his company isn't the only one to have ammunition go missing during delivery. "I know quite a few other folks, that have had well over $300,000 of ammunition gone missing. And it's really changed the way we have to do our business," he said.

"The Glenn Beck Program" reached out to UPS to ask why ammunition and gun sellers might be having these issues, but the shipping company didn't exactly answer the question.

"Dear Glenn Beck Program ... Regarding your question about shipping ammunition, as a common carrier, UPS transports ammunition that constitutes cartridges and small arms as defined in federal regulations. UPS has safety protocols to help ensure the safe transport of ammunition in our network. We work with our customers to address their concerns including those with packaging. You can find out more about how to ship your ammunition on UPS.com," Glenn read.

"To [UPS], it's just a write-off. However, it's becoming a very expensive write-off. I would like to thank you for bringing a lot of attention to this because it really is a big deal," Collins said to Glenn. "It impacts people on multiple levels, more than your average citizen would think. Imagine if the police department doesn't receive the ammunition that they need to serve their civic duties."

"Well, imagine if you got sloppy with ammunition and you were just kind of losing some from time to time. What would they accuse you of?" Glenn replied. "There's no excuse. It's either theft from their own employees or it is part of a hidden policy that is disrupting the flow of ammunition ... and their stonewalling here bothers me, because there should be an answer. What happened to it?"

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For the first time in its 67-year history, Disneyland omitted Walt Disney's iconic opening day speech from its anniversary celebration, leaving fans to wonder how the company could have gone so "woke" that they would even erase Walt Disney from Disneyland.

But Glenn Beck thinks the reason is actually easy to spot if you listen carefully to what Walt Disney was really saying back in 1955:

To all who come to this happy place: Welcome. Disneyland is your land. Here age relives fond memories of the past, and here youth may savor the challenge and promise of the future. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, the dreams and the hard facts that have created America with the hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration to all the world. Thank you.

"Do you hear what they deleted? And can you understand why they deleted it? To all those who enter here, greetings. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, and the hard facts, that created America. To send them fourth as a source of courage and inspiration throughout the world [...] They're not only cutting Walt, the founder, out of Disney, but they're also cutting America out," said Glenn on "The Glenn Beck Program" Tuesday.

"The America that we all grew up in, the America that we thought we knew, is gone. But it's only on hold. And it's on hold, because it is in each of us — those of us who lived it, who know its truth, who know its promise, who have received its inspiration — it should now give us courage to continue to stand up, because we know what it was. Our kids don't. But I want you to know that it has only been put in a closet for a while, and it is our job to open that door and take it back out of the closet. It's only on hiatus if we choose, otherwise it is gone," he warned.

Glenn said he believes Walt Disney created Disneyland to be the exact opposite of what Disney now is. The original mission statement was about who we are as Americans, and who we can still be. But we must recognize that times have changed. We're not living in the same country anymore, and we're not playing by the same rules.

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