11/2/17 - L-I-F-E (w/ Vince Ousley)

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A motive has still not been announced for why a drug-abusing hippie attacked Paul Pelosi, but the left is determined to paint him as a MAGA Republican. There's a whole lot to this story that doesn't add up with the left's narrative, and there are some big questions that need to be answered.

So, on the radio program Monday, Glenn Beck reviewed everything we do know so far about the attack and David DePape, the attacker, including some eye-opening testimony from his neighbor, and offered his own theory as to what happened inside Pelosi's San Francisco home.

Watch the video clip below to hear Glenn break down the timeline. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.


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Kari Lake has faced attacks from every angle during her campaign for the governorship of Arizona, including against her faith. Some have (anonymously) called her a Buddhist, and the media prefers the term "Christian nationalist."

Kari joined "The Glenn Beck Podcast" this week to set the record straight, sharing the amazing story of her spiritual journey from her Christian upbringing to rekindling her faith after being "canceled" in 2019.

"I got canceled in 2019. I got canceled really hard because of a live mic situation that somehow got let out," Kari told Glenn. "Looking back at the live mic situation, I think it's kind of funny. You'll have to Google it. I won't say what I said on here, Glenn. I don't want to get you canceled, but what I said was the truth, the unabashed truth, and I got canceled," she added.

"It gave me great stress because, at the time, I wasn't ready to leave my job, and I felt that I'd done everything right, and I'd been good to people, and here I was getting raked over the coals," Kari explained. "The first time you get canceled, it's pretty tragic at the time — now I laugh at getting canceled, I get canceled every day by somebody — and so I prayed to God really hard. I mean, I was like down on my knees saying, 'Get me through this. This is painful. Will I survive this?' And the next day, the cavalry came through. All of a sudden, my supporters just started coming, and I guess they overwhelmed the TV station with phone calls and emails. They started showing me love and support, and I said to God, 'thank you. You did that.'"

Kari went on to share the moment she came to realize "the news is a lie, and the Bible is the truth."

Watch the video clip below or find the full podcast with Kari Lake here.

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Normally, the left would fawn over a strong, confident woman running for major office. But Kari Lake has gotten the exact opposite treatment. Despite the onslaught, her unconventional campaign for governor of Arizona has been making mincemeat out of the media — where she spent most of her career.

In this bonus episode of "The Glenn Beck Podcast," Kari Lake joins Glenn to explain why she decided to run for office, to lay to rest rumors about her faith, and to detail how she went from being a die-hard Reagan fan to voting for Obama to being onstage next to Donald Trump. And she explains why she believes her plans for the border, schools, and for protecting the unborn will heal and strengthen Arizona: “The news is the lie. The Bible is the truth."

Watch the full episode below:

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Kathryn Adams Limbaugh, widow of conservative radio legend Rush Limbaugh, joined Glenn Beck on the radio program Tuesday to reflect on her husband's life and legacy, saying she believes one of his greatest attributes was that "he was so humble. He had the biggest heart. He was so sincere, [and] he never forgot the little guy."

When asked if rumors that Rush's death certificate lists his occupation as "Radio's Greatest of All Time" are true, Kathryn laughed and answered, "Yes. We have to be on brand at all times. Very important ... it was a way to tweak the media as a final goodbye from Rush, which we know he certainly would have loved."

Glenn asked Kathryn if Elton John — who famously played at the couple's 2010 wedding — knew that she was marrying the conservative talk radio star.

"He did!" Kathryn answered. "And this may be breaking news, but I believe that Sir Elton John and Rush are actually very, very similar. They had quite a similar demeanor off of their performance personality. I believe that they both were so hard-working, they both were at the top of their game, so to speak, they both loved their audience ... so in many respects, they were very similar."

Watch the video clip below to catch more of the conversation. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.


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