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POLL: Do YOU think Hawaii should shield Lahaina from property development?

Mercury One Executive Director JP Decker joined Glenn on-air this week while on the ground in Maui. One of the major issues he discussed is the constant pressure from property developers to purchase the destroyed property from Lahaina residents.

Lahaina is one of the most historically significant towns in Hawaii, the former capital of the Hawaiian kingdom before the islands joined the United States in 1959. Not only does Glenn think property developers are preying upon the desperate situation of Lahaina residents following their unbelievable tragedy. He is concerned that the remains of the historic town will be turned into a strip of resorts and hotels, like other towns in the Hawaiian islands.

Lahaina is one of the most historically significant towns in Hawaii.

Through Mercury One, YOU have raised $1.1 MILLION for the Maui wildfire victims, which is on track to surpass the total FEMA funds allotted to the wildfire relief. Though no monetary amount can alleviate what the victims endured, but Mercury One is determined to stand alongside the victims for the long haul.

Glenn will have JP on his Glenn TV special TONIGHT to give us more details about the situation in Maui and how YOU can get involved. But first, Glenn wants to know what YOU think. Do you believe property developers should be allowed to approach the victims of Lahaina at this time? Do you think the state should protect the land from property development? Let us know in the poll below, and be sure to tune into the Glenn TV special TONIGHT on BlazeTV at 8:00 p.m. CT.

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Former DEI head exposes TRUTH about 'inclusion' on woke college campuses

Former DEI head exposes TRUTH about 'inclusion' on woke college campuses

Back in 2021, Tabia Lee, EdD, was head of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) department at Silicon Valley’s De Anza College. At the time, she thought DEI was actually about inclusion. But almost immediately, she discovered the truth: "It was like I was in the Twilight Zone." She tells Glenn that it only took two weeks for some of her fellow staff members to call her a "dirty zionist" who was "supporting white supremacy." On top of that, she was told by many people, including Jewish students, that there was a problem with anti-Semitism on campus, despite its alleged commitment to inclusion. Now, she is a senior fellow at Do No Harm Medicine and has decided to expose the dangerous way American colleges have started to view "social justice."


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: I am always encouraged by people that are willing, when they learn something to change. Too many are not. And that includes people like me. I have learned things. And if you are honestly seeking knowledge. You're honestly seeking truth, you're bound to change from time to time. It's essential, that you do. Otherwise, you get stuck in old thinking.

And you -- you lose the ability to help, really, quite honestly.

Dr. Tabia Lee, she was the head of a college DEI program. So you would immediately say, gee, Glenn, why are you having Dr. Tabia Lee on?

Because she's somebody who went in, and found that this is really harmful. This is not actually making sure all voices are heard. And she left, and has been in a lawsuit. With her former college. But I wanted to talk to her, because, A, I respect her. B, she's also talking about anti-Semitism on the campus. Dr. Tabia Lee, welcome to the program.

TABIA: Hi, Glenn. Thank you for having me today.

GLENN: You bet.

This must be weird because I bet you never thought, I would never find myself one morning hanging out with Glenn Beck.

TABIA: Absolutely.

GLENN: Yeah. Right. So -- so, Doctor, tell me what your experience was?

TABIA: Yes. You know, when I was hired at the college, as a faculty director, it was after many years of working in higher education as a part-timer, if you will. You know, after I got my doctorate, those job offers for the tenure track, just didn't come pouring in like I thought they would. But one silver lining of the pandemic for me was that all of these positions opened up. And, you know, colleges needed extra hands, if you will. And I was one of those folks that was hired on.

And it was a job responsibility and title that everyone always had said, Lee, you need to be a director somewhere. You don't just need to be in your classroom anymore. You need to share your knowledge with the wider group of colleagues and impacts in institutions. And this was a job that provided me with an opportunity to do that position as a faculty member.

And so the things that took place almost immediately, as I began to do my work. Let me know that I was in an environment, that I had never been in before. And it was like I was in a -- in a Twilight Zone almost. It was immediate. But within two weeks after starting. Starting my work.

GLENN: So when you took the lead role on DEI, what did you think it was?

TABIA: So this was a position to lead an institution-wide transformation around topics, which was my office role -- equity, social justice, and multi-cultural education.

And when I interviewed for it, it was a lengthy process. And, you know, I was very forthright with them about who I was. And they kind of revealed to me, some of their main points. One of the things they said, was the panel said, was, you know, the office you'll be working for. They're a little too woke.

And, you know, that's why we're looking for someone to come in and bring a balance. And I said, well, can you tell me what you mean by woke? Because people use words all the time. And they have different meanings for them.

So I'm always looking for what is someone actually talking about?

And they said, well, when faculty goes to your office. You know, if you're selected as a candidate, they feel uncomfortable.

They're accused of being racists. They're told that they're teaching wrong. And so a lot of faculty doesn't engage.

And I said, well, based on that, that you're telling me, I'm definitely not woke. What I seek to do, I seek to bring people together. From diversion perspectives. And, you know, to identify points of commonality. Even if we seem really different, I think we can always find a way to relate to our students. So that was my statement.

And from that, I advanced to the next stage.

And I did even a teaching demonstration for them on calling people in, instead of calling out.

And so everything was focused on that point that they raised, about the negativity coming from the office. And I was selected for that position. And I was delighted to be selected.

Because this was again, you know, things I focus on. An opportunity to bring people together in dialogue. And make a positive change in the community.

GLENN: How long did it take you before you were called the wrong kind of black person? Or, quoting, a dirty -- dirty Zionist?

TABIA: Oh, yes. So that was within two weeks. You know, as I started off, Glenn. I don't assume I know anything. Or that I have a solution going in. I want to see what people on the ground are saying. So I did over 60 hours of needs assessment conversations with faculties, administrators, staff.

And during this, one of the first ones was with one of my staff members. And they told me that, you know, this job, they were a final candidate. This job should have been theirs. And they said, you know, they don't know who I am or what my commitment to equity is. And, you know, why I come in and scooped this out from under them. But they assured me that I would have a rough road ahead of me.

And from that, that was the same person who a couple weeks after that initial meeting with them, while I was meeting with my team. We had already had some kind of informal meetings. You know, and it just seemed like they were a very casual group. And remember, I needed to do some strategic planning. To do an institutionalized transformation. So I wanted to bring some structure. So I said, it's been great meeting with everybody, you know, the past couple of weeks and so forth. Just tell me a little bit about how you all take notes. How do you, you know, track what you've done in the past, what you're doing in the future? And they said, we just kind of meet and we talk once a week.

And I said, well, I've made this Google Doc, and all of us can edit it.

And you can put in ideas for agendas, and some -- maybe you can tell me some of your projects that you're working on. And I can see where I can fit in. And the same person who told me, my job should have been theirs, they said, stop what you're doing right now.

And I was like, kind of taken aback. I said, okay. What? I said, okay. I'm listening.

And he said, what you're doing right now, is you're white speaking. You're white explaining. And you're supporting white supremacy, and we don't do that here.

And I said, excuse me?

GLENN: Wow. And you're African-American. Right? This, I just want --

TABIA: Yeah. Yeah. And I've worked in education my whole life, Glenn.

No teacher -- I've never been in a meeting where someone called another person a white-speaking, white-explaining. And said they're a white supremacist. And I'm from the Central Valley here in California.

I grew up there. Small town called Loney. And there, when I -- when you hear white supremacist, it's actually like KKK members. White nationalist socialists, is what that refers to. And so I was deeply offended. And everyone on the call, you know, had these smug looks on their faces.

And I said, you know, I haven't come in here, saying -- calling anyone names.

You know, I said, this is -- I feel very uncomfortable, what you said.

And I just explained to them, what I explained to you. Where I'm from. How I heard that used.

And everyone on the call had these looks of condemnation, as though I was offending the person who said those offensive words to me.

GLENN: I know this story.

TABIA: This is -- yes. And I -- and I took it back to my dean, you know, afterwards. And I said, hey. This happened. And affect was flat. She had no response.

And I said, you know, I'm real uncomfortable. Normally I'd be the person who would do some kind of team building. Or, you know, a communications exercise. I said, but I'm the target. I said, I need you to bring someone in, to talk to this team about, you know, in-group bias. And how do you let the new person in, and how do you talk to each other, you know, in a civil way?

And then -- and I need this to be repaired. I said, because this -- we can't communicate this way. This is not normal to me. It's very abnormal.

She never brought anyone in. And I said her, if she would come in. And then she ended up being one of the main instigators as well. So that was the environment that started off with my supervising dean. And my team. You know, being called a white supremacist. And, you know -- and I didn't know what they meant, until many weeks later.

You know, I saw they -- I started going to their workshops. And I kept seeing this live pop up. And it said, white supremacy culture characteristics. And one time it had a citation on it.

So I was able to find the white paper where it came from. But it had things, Glenn, like being on time, being objective, setting an agenda.

GLENN: Yeah. Yeah.

TABIA: Yeah. And these are like personality characteristics. And I said, what is that -- but at our California community colleges that's being held up as a framework for people to work from. And they call it that they're dismantling a white supremacy. And the way they're doing it is by not elevating those characteristics. And I guess, castigating anyone who demonstrate does them. And to me, all the characteristics were things I had always taught my students to do to be successful in life. They're not white supremacy. You know, these are just -- so I just -- that's how it started. That's how it started. And from there, it -- at every turn, it was becoming clear that I was working from a different understanding of social justice, you know, from them.

GLENN: Right.

TABIA: And I had to really figure that out while I was in it, which was an interesting thing. Because, again, all my institutions I worked at before, you know, they used the classical definition, you know, hindsight is 2020.

But here, they were using a critical definition. And it was this focus on claiming that America is a nation founded by white supremacy.

That's one of their core things that they -- was even the academic Senate made a resolution stating that. And I pushed back on that. That made me an enemy again. I said, no, America was founded to me, and to others here.

And they're too afraid to speak, because the environment you all have created.

I said, it's founded on fairness and equality.

You know, whether we lived up to it or not. It's something we can all debate.

But I disagree. I said, America needs to know. We're rejecting that.

It sounded like, that's final. And they put that in the resolution, that the faculty signed.

GLENN: Wow. You are an absolute unicorn.
GLENN: Dr. Tabia Lee is with us.

She is a senior fellow now at Do No Harm Medicine. And she was at some universities, or some -- what would you call it? Just a college, or is it a technical college? I'm sorry, Tabia.

TABIA: This was a community college. California community college. Uh-huh.

GLENN: Community college. And you were experiencing, as the DEI director, you're experiencing, wow. They don't define things the same. Then you started noticing, because you were talking to students, what's happening. And several Jewish students came and said, I feel unsafe here. And what happened?

TABIA: Actually -- actually, this was during -- this was during my assessment conversation. This was conversations with faculty staff and administrators. Multiple times, it was mentioned that there was a problem with anti-Semitism on the campus. And they gave -- gave me several examples, like the academic starting for decades on Jewish high holy holidays. Stories were shared with me about things that happened before I came. Our student government basically subverted a effort of the Jewish student union to bring forth definition of anti-Semitism, the IHRA definition.

Instead, the student government ended up making a counterproposal. And then they made no definition of anti-Semitism, but they condemned Israel. And so that was very disappointing to the students. I also heard about the students being uncomfortable, because of anti-Semitic firing. This is all because before I got there. And people were sharing these stories with me. And telling me the environment of fear and exclusion. That had been created for Jewish opportunities. And I was on as part of my director responsibilities, a group called the Equity Action Council.

And what I discovered there, Glenn. They weren't focused on equity. To me, equity means fairness, the textbook definition. They were talking about something completely different.

And then they weren't focused on actions either. So it was a big time waster on the taxpayer dollar, and this group gets funding too.

And our local Halal director came here to the Equity Action Council. And they shared information about the uncomfortable environment for students, and they asked us, urged us to please ask. And they offered to assist. And they gave us some recommendations in written form because they said they had come and talked to several people before, and nothing ever happens. And they were hoping to see some changes. When we took these recommendations back to our team meetings, I said, wow. First, I'm offended by the way that one of the staff members, as these guests were talking. They were dropping resources into the chat box. Like here's a link to students for justice for Palestine. This was a good resource to learn about anti-Semitism. Here's a link to Jewish voices for peace and so forth. They were giving things -- resources that were antithetical to what the people were speaking about.

And I said, I found that disrespectful. And they said, well, it was disrespectful. You and your guests, they called it, were sharing resources. So we shared ours. And I said, okay.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh.

White House SHAMEFULLY dismisses rise in anti-Semitism

White House SHAMEFULLY dismisses rise in anti-Semitism

The White House recently had a hard time admitting that anti-Semitism is on the rise in America after Hamas' attack on Israel. Instead, Press Secretary Karine Jean Pierre claimed there were "no credible threats" against Jewish Americans and quickly switched the subject to "anti-Muslim hate." Well, Glenn brings the evidence that the White House can't seem to find. But he also urges Americans to wait for the facts to come out before jumping to conclusions like the Left does.


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: So the White House had a hard time yesterday, saying, yeah, there's some anti-Semitism going up. And I think we've all seen it. But, again, the White House and the media, is expecting us just to not see it.

You cannot deny what your eyes see.

And what you hear. At least today. I may have to amend that, when AI is fully engaged, and we're -- we can't believe what we see or hear. But at this point, we can. And we see it in our own areas.

I -- I'm going to save this for later.

Boy, I want to tell you something really bad. I've seen it in my own neighborhood.

But it's got to stop. It's got to stop.

Now, there's been some headlines over the weekend. AP News. Detroit synagogue president, Samantha Woll, fatally stabbed.

Fox News: Michigan Jewish synagogue president, Samantha Woll, found dead outside of Detroit home. NBC: Detroit synagogue president found fatally stabbed outside her home. ABC News: Detroit synagogue president found stabbed to death outside her home. New York Times: Synagogue leader is killed in Detroit, but motive is not known.

Okay. I -- I find it a great coincidence, but the New York Times is the one that got this right. Here's what we know.

Saturday, 40-year-old Samantha Woll of Detroit, Michigan, was found dead outside of her home, with multiple stab wounds to her body, and a trail of blood leading back to her home. She was the president of the board of the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue.

Their website said they are the only free-standing synagogue in the heart of downtown Detroit.

Outside of her prominent role of the Jewish community, she's also an active member of the Democratic Party. She worked on multiple campaigns, and an is an aide to the Democratic Congresswoman, Elissa Slotkin. As far as the murder goes, that's all we know.

Now, the murder is set on the backdrop of war on Israel and growing support of Hamas and their anti-Semitic mission, including here in America. And including huge anti-Semitic rallies in Dearborn.

It's happening on our college campuses all over in America. Jews are afraid of being targeted for their faith.

But we also know. Detroit has the third largest homicide rate per capita in the country.

Right now, there is no reported evidence that Samantha Woll was targeted because she was Jewish.

We don't know that. The police chief was asking, that no one jumps to conclusions yet.

Investigation is just getting started. No clear motivate at this time.

Even the Michigan office of the Anti-Defamation League, said, we urge the community to refrain from speculation. And allow law enforcement to gather facts. Online, there is a wave of people, laying this murder at the feet of congresswoman Rashida Tlaib. She's one of the most anti-Israel voices in Congress. And I am absolutely no fan of hers.

The murder seems to have been taking place in the congressional district, that numbers heard. Now, I don't like Rashida Tlaib. She's wrong about Israel. I think she's a massive anti-Semite. But that's all we have.

Can we blame her for awful ideas? Yes. Can we blame her for murder? No. We don't have any facts yet.

Here's the thing: Our job is to try to get the story right. And you cannot get the story right, if you are rushing to publish. I could easily come on the air, and play all the clips. That Tlaib is spreading the lies of Israel.

She is just spreading lie after lie after lie, against Israel.

And then I could tell you about the pro-Palestinian marches in Dearborn. Right next door.

Then tell you a Jewish woman was murdered.

I mean, it's pretty easy to paint that picture.

But that kind of picture, riles people up.

Into mobs. That's what the media does. If a black person is murdered, they find out if it's a white cop. If it's a white cop, they whip everybody up into their own conclusions.

Things might be getting more crazy.

But we have to keep our heads.

I'm horrified, that we even have to wonder, if this -- this woman who was killed in America, in an American city. I'm horrified that we have to even wonder, was it because she was Jewish? But anti-Semitism is a real threat.

And I'm afraid, it will get worse. Because it always does.

When Marxism begins to erode a country.

The threat is real!

We don't know about this murder.

Senseless and evil. That's all we know right now.

But we will follow this story. We have to remain clear-eyed and vigilant. We have to wait and see.

There is a tremendous increase now of the number of Jewish people, purchasing firearms, after the Hamas attack.

After the attack, a lot of people are purchasing firearms, and learning how to use them. That's tremendous.

That's the First Amendment. Protect yourself. I feel for this guy who -- who was it, that was there? Pat, it was a -- it was a guy running for city council, I believe.

That was one of the guys taking the videos.

PAT: Yeah. At the Palestinian. Uh-huh. His name is Zach. I don't know his last name.

We didn't find that out. But Zach something or other, who is running for city council position.

Yeah. And he was one of the guys, who was yelling to follow this guy. To find this guy.

Just an old man, who was trying to get home. And blocked by, you know, the Palestinian -- pro-Palestinian protests.

You know what, it's the street. That's where cars drive!

I -- it's not where people stand.

When did this become a thing, that it's okay to stand and block the streets?

I don't think it is okay, for example, and, but, yeah. This -- this council candidate thought it was. And he's trying to track the old man down. Who -- who was just trying to go about his business.

GLENN: There is a -- there is a great story out by Jonathan Turley today.

That talks about the poll numbers that are coming out.

37 percent of conservatives, think that it's okay to engage in violence. At this point.

Because the other side is so dangerous.

42 percent of Democrats, believe that.

That doesn't lead anywhere good.

PAT: Nope.

GLENN: Nowhere good.

You know, in my mind, there have been -- there are -- well, I've always described them as exits. You're passing all of the exits.

And when you pass that exit, you've shut down more options.

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: And before we get there, there's -- there's like three things, that I have left on -- for me.

That I'm like, okay.

If this happens, then we do this.

If this happens, then we do this.

And we just take more and more steps, to protect the voice, to protect our families. And to protect you! To be able to speak to you, and protect you.

And things that I will be saying, I think more and new things.

That I have -- I've known for quite some time. But time is not right.

I always look at the star field.

Is the star field rolling faster or slower? And is it rolling away from common sense, or towards common sense?

The star field is still running away from common sense. And I fear that it is running faster, and this is going to come at us, quickly.

Glenn: 'If THIS goes wrong, we are at World War III'

Glenn: 'If THIS goes wrong, we are at World War III'

China is stationing 6 warships in the Middle East, the U.S. Navy is increasing its presence in the area, and Iran might have a nuclear weapon. Meanwhile, the Biden administration is allegedly trying to delay Israel's ground invasion, reportedly to free more hostages. But Glenn believes there may be other motives. Glenn reviews the latest updates as the war appears to escalate even further and warns that we're entering dangerous waters: "If this goes wrong, we are at World War III."


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: According to reports now, up to six Chinese warships are currently stationed in the Middle East. China's People Liberation, Army, the CPLA, reported engagement in a joint military exercise with Omani Navy while visiting Oman. Again, it's like, you know, when -- when Mexico got their hostages, you know, or their people out of Israel, and they use their Air Force.

I thought to myself, I thought, I didn't know Mexico had an Air Force. Same thing with Oman. Didn't know I found it on a map.

And they have a Navy. It's cute. It's cute.

It's probably a little like the Cayman Islands. And the British Virgin Islands. Or they use British ships.

Because I don't think they're British anymore.

They got rid of those occupiers. I'll tell you that now.

So the Navy escort task force. Is now by Kuwait. Which is right there, near Iran.

Which I think is really, really -- no. Seriously. It's -- now.

My question is: Why has Israel not responded.

What is happening there?

Now, I've got a couple of ideas, on this.

One, the New York Times is reporting, that the US is advising Israel to delay the Gaza invasion.

For needed hostage negotiation.

Now, apparently, two Americans got out.

The -- the Palestinians have returned to American hostages over weekend.

I love it, that we're working with Qatar. Because, you know, they're -- I mean, they're just the number one funder of the Muslim Brotherhood.

And that's big -- big funder and founder of Hamas.

So that's -- that's really good. I hope we gave them some money. In exchange for these hostages.

I don't know if it's about the hostages, as much as it is a very convenient way for the United States to delay any kind of ground invasion, until all the media turns on Israel. Because that's what's happening. They're already saying.

They haven't done anything yet. And they're like, they're such a bad country. They're going to kill all these people.

And if they would have acted last week. Or the week before, you would have seen, more sympathy.

But I think we are -- I think this is a complete game. That the White House is playing.

To keep Bibi Netanyahu and the Israelis from not striking.

However, there is another possibility.

Obviously, you know, I'm not in the rooms.

Advising anyone.

But I did think, are they just preparing to go to the head of the snake?

Now, I don't think so. But we do know that they -- that Israel. I mean, Iran now has one nuclear weapon.

And are just about to develop its second nuclear weapon.

So is it possible that they are just going to target Iran.

It's clerics, or its nuclear facilities.

Now, the nuclear facility is supposedly buried so long. So deep, that you're not supposed to be able to knock it out with any kind of conventional weapon.

The army seems ready to go, they've been ready for a few days. Aerial bombardments, meant to prepare the ground.

Are meeting with diminishing returns now at this point.

And the widely accepted reason over in Israel. Is international pressure.

Plus, the long train of visiting dignitaries. And possible negotiations.

The problem with the ladder is that Hamas will probably go for the drip, drip approach. Meaning to drag out more time. And the media will continue to turn on Israel.

If they're going to target Iran, most likely they'll target the nuclear installations. What was the reactor?

They did this in like 1981, I think. And, you know, they went after the reactor. And it was good.

Now, maybe if the main operation is successful this time, you'll see the Mossad taking out a few top scientists and military leaders as we have in the past.

But, you know, Gad Saad said, that this would take incredible. I'm quoting testicular fortitude.

And I don't know. Most are saying, it can't be done. Different from 1981.

Blah, blah.

It's difficult. But they all said it couldn't be done back in 1981, as well.

You know, the Tom Cruise guys, they do exist. They're probably as short. But not as good looking.

And most of them are probably Israelis.

So, you know, they kind of have this don't miss with us kind of image.

But we'll see.

If they can pull it off.

That means the testicular area may be made out of steel on Bibi Netanyahu.

I'm not really -- I'm not really sure.

But we will continue to watch this.

Let's see. There's a couple of other things.

PAT: That would majorly escalate this thing however.

I think they understand that -- I think we understand that. And I'm sure the administration is strongly recommending they don't do that.

GLENN: What are they going to do?

PAT: I think they should do it.

But I don't know.

They -- you know, they are the head of the snake.

GLENN: Right.

PAT: And that's the only way to put a stop to this.

And so, but it does escalate things. So it's --

GLENN: I think pretty much anything they're doing.

PAT: It's a big decision.

GLENN: When I saw that China.

Now, China was there already.

But to have them move their ships in, shows, you know, that's Iran.

And Russia.

So there is an axis of evil.

And those three are together.

And --

PAT: With us.

GLENN: Against us. Against us.

PAT: Right. But they're all in the same general vicinity.

GLENN: If this goes wrong, we are at World War III, quickly.

PAT: No doubt. Yeah, and there's all kinds of things that could go wrong. That somebody makes a mistake. There's a hair trigger by somebody, and it's on. It's a really dangerous situation.

GLENN: So you have the rest of the world, however, turning.

And you look at what's happening around the world.

England is going to turn against Israel.

Because I don't think England will have a choice.

I mean, these countries have allowed themselves to be laid waste. By so many Islamists.

It's not Islam.

It is Islamists.

People who believe that the Koran must be implemented as the highest source of law.

Those guys are crazy.

I know some Muslims that are not crazy.

But they're reformed. And they would be the first -- the Islamists would behead.

So they're the kind of people that shut their mouth, you know, in their own community, because they don't want to be dead. But look at what happened over the weekend. In London. It was not good. It was not good.

And you're starting to see moves. There was a -- they won't even give the details of the terrorist strike in London. Did you hear about this, Pat?

PAT: No.

GLENN: So in London, first of all, the BBC, will not say that Hamas is a terrorist group. The BBC.

And that's really kind of not good.

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: Fueling more anti-Israel and anti-Semitism.

Because they're -- they -- they won't say that the Palestinian, Hamas was wrong.

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: They're saying, that it's -- well, it's a charity. It's a charity.

Sure it is. Sure it is.

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: There was -- there was a hit in London, I think it was.

Let me see if I can find it real quick. There was awe hit, where the authorities won't even say what it -- what exactly happened. They said that it was -- yeah. Here. Pro-Palestinian terror attack.

Alleged terror attack has already been carried out in Britain by an asylum seeker, waiting to avenge deaths in Gaza.

According to the telegraph, the man who came to the country, in 2020. Look at that. It's 2023. Okay?

Told police, he had carried out the -- as yet, undisclosed action for Palestine.

Newspaper reports, the case cannot fully be revealed for legal reasons.

But that the suspect is now in custody, after being arrested. He said, he had done it, because Israel had killed children in Gaza.

Now, that's a bizarre thing.

He's already carried out, his mission. But they won't say what it was.

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: What does that -- what kind of -- what is that?

Questions have been raised over wide details about the incident have not been disclosed. But security sources, told the publication. They may be downplaying it. So they don't have a repeat attack. Or copycat attacks.

Nations around the world are on high alert. So-called wolf attacks by extremists motivated by the worsening situation in the Middle East. In Brussels, Belgium on Monday.

A -- a man with a gun, downed two Swedish football supporters before being shot dead by the police. He was motivated by his Palestinian love. Because they're just such lovely, charitable people. He was just giving away bullets.

So he gives the bullets away too fast, for some people. Who are you to judge?

Who are you to judge?

So you have the terror threat. All over Europe. Going up.

How are you -- how is France going to handle this, if Israel goes in, and bombs Iran?

Or does more with Hamas?

You're going to have all these western countries, saying, stop it. Stop it right now.

Because they'll number trouble.

So you will, what? Sacrifice the Jewish state.

Is that what happens?

PAT: That's foretold somewhere too.

GLENN: Somewhere.

PAT: I'm trying to think.

GLENN: Yeah. It's weird, wasn't it?

PAT: Was it Michael Buble, that foretold that?

GLENN: I think -- Fly Me to the Moon, where all the nations gather around.

PAT: Yeah. That's what it was.

GLENN: Something like that. They're all against Israel or something.

3 signs that elites want to CLAMP DOWN on YOUR freedom

3 signs that elites want to CLAMP DOWN on YOUR freedom

We could soon live in a world where elites control where and how often we travel, Glenn warns. Glenn reviews a study that found that 41% of French citizens support limiting people to 4 flights in their entire lifetime. The nation has already outlawed certain domestic flights over 2.5 hours long and global elites are pushing similar policies worldwide. Glenn reviews "2030 targets" for air travel that are already being discussed around the world, including in 14 American cities, and that, if passed, could affect a twelfth of the world's population: "Basically, it will annihilate the air travel industry" ... except for the rich. However, the media's "fact checkers" have tried to suppress this information. So, Glenn gives his advice on how to get news that you can trust.


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: There's something that I think that you need to -- you need to know.

There was on TikTok.

Yeah. I know. I know.

You're going to -- what? The Chinese government, TikTok is doing something nefarious?

Yes. And it's not just them.

We're about to see a big, big change, in social media. And it revolves around the news.

And I'll explain more of that tomorrow.

But there was a -- there was a -- an account that was held by Evita Duffy-Alfonso.

And she's a staff writer at the Federalist. And cofounder of the Chicago thinker.

And she was talking about what these climate psychos are doing.

And they're -- they're going to restrict our movement.

And this is -- this, I think is just a convenient effect of everything this administration has done. From not searching for our own oil, to putting all kinds of restraints people. To, you know, just making sure that the airlines are in their pocket. And the shortage of workers now that we have. I don't know if you've flown recently. But it's an even less fun experience that it used to be. And it is also undependable now. You don't know if you will get trapped someplace. At least that's the way I and my family feel, that you fly some place, and you get to the plane. And you're like, okay. It's delayed. But there's -- in my family, there's been I think three planes that they were waiting for. And it took them two days to get home. Because it was delayed, delayed, delayed. Canceled.

And that's not a dependable thing. And I think that works to the advantage of the climate huggers. Because here's what they really want. Now, she made a video, and she said, these facts.

And they were taken off, because they're misleading or harmful to humans. Okay? I don't -- what? Huh. So here's the thing.

In France, it is incredible what they're doing in France. New study conducted by the research firm, consumer science and analytics institute, found that 41 percent of citizens in France, support banning people from flying more than four times in their lifetimes because of climate change.

You would only take four flights your entire lifetime! Even more disturbing, 59 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds support the radical limit on air travel. So what did they do?

In France, they have already outlawed domestic flights less than two and a half hours long. So you know, two and a half hours long, that's about a 20, 21-hour drive. Okay.

It's not here to the burbs. It's not even to New York to Rochester, because that's about a 45-minute flight. That's New York to Cincinnati. Maybe even further than that. That's a long flight. You won't be able to fly. In France, they're already doing it, within two and a half hours from the airport.

So what does that mean? Well, when they're banning gas. When they're forcing you into a car, that only goes 400 miles, that's not -- 400 miles is not enough to take you two and a half hours. So how are you driving there in one day?

The key is, you're not driving there. The G40 cities, which we have talked about, the G40 city climate leadership group. This is a globalist climate organization, and we got red flags for talking about this.

Because they say, this is not true. But listen to the way this is worded.

Because it is absolutely true.

I can tell you, that the global climate organization, is 100 cities across the world. Fourteen American cities.

It has a 2030 target, important. Target. Of limiting air travel to one short hall return flight, less than 1500 kilometers. Every three years, per person.

14 American cities. Now, when I say, this is their goal, this is what they're trying to do, we were flagged by, I don't remember which social media group. As telling untruths. Because they said, no. It says target. And I said, that's a goal. No. That's a target.

Nowhere do they say this is a goal. This is just a number that they're throwing out there, and they're not saying that it has to be done. I said, that's -- that's the same with a goal.

Anyway, so they're suppressing this for some -- some reason or another. If the C40 cities get their way. People will not be able to take their one short hall flight every three years, since C40 cities make up about 112th of the global population. One flight per person, every three years, would cut the air industry's emission by way more than 43 percent.

Basically, it will annihilate the air travel industry. So if you lose -- you know what will be left? Concord's for really rich people. Private planes for really rich people. That's -- that's all that will be left. The really rich people will travel. You will not.

This is -- this is what they banned her for. It is so important, that you learn how to find the truth, and find it on your own.

There is coming a time -- I mean, Pat, what do you think the honest odds are, that we go -- I mean, there's a chance. Miracles happen. And it doesn't have to be this way.

But Israel is escalating the airstrikes against Gaza. Iran is behind it. Iran has a nuclear weapon. Iran has the crazy religious people who say, we're going to destroy Israel, to hasten the return of the promised one. Which is end times talk. But then you have Russia on their side. China just sent six ships into the area.

We've got two carrier groups now in the area. What are the odds we're not in World War III, a year from now?

PAT: That we're not? Hmm. I would like to think it's at least 50/50.

GLENN: Okay. 50/50. Do you remember -- maybe you didn't learn this. I'm sure you did. In the 1930s -- or, 1940s when we went to war, every newsroom had a monitor. They couldn't edit you after you were out. They couldn't suppress it after you were out. So you had to have a military. For any national program. You had a military monitor. Okay?

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: And they told you, pretty much, what you can and cannot say. No. No. No. You're not saying that. That's in World War II.

With the internet and with everything, not just being national. But international. Do you really think that monitors won't be in everybody's newsroom? And, actually, if you say no, I don't think so. You're probably right. They won't be monitors.

PAT: They don't need to be in every room.

GLENN: They will just shut you down. They will just throttle you, so you won't have anybody listening. Or watching.

PAT: And they can already, and do already.

GLENN: Already do that. And it will happen overnight.

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: And it will happen when it's -- there's a real crisis, and you get up. And you want to know about it. And you want to look for your favorite whoever, to explain this. And they're not going to be there. So it's vital, that you learn to hear over the noise. And actually be able to decipher, what is true.

And there's a couple of easy things that you can do. And we'll tell you about that, coming up in just a minute.

So the first thing you need to do, if you're learning -- if you want to be your own editor, you want to be able to find the truth. This is one of the most frequently asked questions to me.

Who do you trust? How do you find out who to trust? You know, where do I go to get the real news? I will tell you, that I know, because I work here, and I'm the Founder of it. Blaze tries really, really hard, to get it right. Daily wire tries really, really hard to get it right. The caller, Daily Caller, tries to get it right. There's a -- there's a few websites, just the news, I trust.

However, you shouldn't trust anyone. You have to look for the sources. And, for instance, Just the News, gives you all of the sources because they're mainly, they're generating the stories themselves, entirely.

And so they're reporting on what they have learned. And so the sources are there. But you can't trust anybody.

What you have to do is first, narrow it down. By saying, have you ever read one of those stories?

Let me give you this. Have you ever read one of those stories where you're not sure, what the hell you're talking about?

You can't follow the story, because a gunman walked in, and then they did this?

And then they got into the car. And you're like, wait. Is -- is there more than one person?

Is it a he, she?

No. It's just somebody that identifies as they? Is that right? You've probably read those stories before. That, you should write that down so you know to journal. Can't trust this news source.

If they can't get some eternal truths right, because of political correctness, you cannot trust them.

So if they're -- they're using they/them or, you know, pronouns that are -- if they say, what was the Maxim.

Australia Maxim.

Did you see this?

Australia Maxim came out with their Hot 100, and a number two or number five is a guy.

PAT: Yeah. The hot 100 women.

GLENN: Hot 100 women. And it was a guy. And she ain't hot.

PAT: No. Looks like a guy. A square-jawed guy.

GLENN: And so it's like, look, I don't get my news from Maxim. But they're not trustworthy on anything. If they cannot get that right, you can't believe anything that they say. If they're willing to publish that big of a lie, then you don't know when they're lying.

The more subtle stuff will come very, very easily to them. So that's the first thing that you have to do.

And I suggest you start doing that now. Start making a list of organizations that you trust. Those organizations are going to have a tough time surviving here in the coming times. Especially if we go to war.

You need to know who they are. And you need to know how to follow them directly.

I told you earlier this -- this episode, that we were talking to -- or no. I'm sorry. I was reading the story yesterday. That came from Facebook.

Campbell Brown was running their news division.

And they're getting rid of their news television.

Now, I'm not sure exactly yet, all that it means.

And I think they wouldn't tell us all that it means.

But what -- how it's being reported it is that media, the social media companies, they're so tired of getting in trouble from the government. On, you know, what to print.

What not to print.

And all these news things. That they're just -- they're going to get out of the business.

Well, what business is that?

Is that you, curating the news yourself?

Or is it -- does that also include places like the Blaze, who is a news publisher?

Are we not allowed to publish -- is that in the future, that we won't be allowed to publish on Facebook?

My guess is yes. Because the minute this is implemented. ABC, CBS. All of these discredited mainstream media places, you're not going to see their stuff.

Because if Facebook isn't selecting those stories, from those companies, do you know anybody that goes to ABC.News.go to get their news?

Because I don't. I don't.

And you need to know, who they are. Because when this starts to backlash. Because the Facebook is not pushing you to ABC or CNN or NBC.

They're going to feel the pinch. And we've already felt it. When you're banished to outer darkness by Facebook or whoever.

You feel it. And it affects your bottom line.

I just more is coming on this.

So know how to get a hold of your people. Because right now, is probably the best it's going to be for a while.

When you say, I want to follow that person. If they're conservative, and news, you're going to probably have more and more harder times getting those stories actually into your feed.

And it's important that you get the stuff that you trust, from the people you trust. And stay one with the news.