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Bernie Sanders: The team of radicals

Bernie Sanders is the real-life version of the "old man yells at clouds" headline. Sure he comes off as the crazy old man in the neighborhood, but the team he has assembled are not only radicals, but they play to win. The Democrat party is not looking forward to a war with his people. Watch this clip and get a preview of the special coming up on TV.


Why Nancy Pelosi should AND shouldn’t have visited Taiwan

U.S. politicians should NOT schedule their foreign travel based on the wishes of the Chinese Communist Party. But, with President Biden proving himself to be INCREDIBLY incompetent — even when it comes to small challenges — there’s also no reason to risk relations with China now. So, should Nancy Pelosi have skipped her trip to Taiwan to play it safe? Or was it right for her to go and show support for the Asian nation? In this clip, Glenn and Stu give their thoughts on the matter. PLUS, they discuss the INSANE monkeypox vs COVID hypocrisy from the left…


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: All right. I want to knock a couple of things, you know, right off the top. Just knock them off. So we don't have to worry about them anymore. There are 26 Republicans, saying, including Mitch McConnell. Oh, he's tough. We support the Speaker of the House of representatives. Nancy Pelosi and her trip to Taiwan. Okay. All right. But there's some people in here, that I -- you know, respect. Just trying to see any of -- Marsha Blackburn. Mike Crapo. Chuck Grassley. Okay. So these guys -- these guys are on this list. Twenty-four of them. Or 26 of them. Saying, you know, Nancy Pelosi has a right to go. I agree with them. You have a right to go. But Nancy Pelosi also should engage her brain. And so should the administration. First of all, let's just talk about engaging your brain. Stu, I say, hey, I want to make a point about China. And I want to point a finger, and poke them in the chest in China. Do you think now, where you've just had a humiliating exit, in Afghanistan. No fault of, you know, our enemies. Just a fault of our own president and Pentagon. That still go, that was great. That was the most beautiful exit ever done.

A -- a Pentagon that is teaching everybody, I don't know. You go wear a dress, if you want, on the battlefield. I love it. I love it. You go, girl. And then you have the administration that just doesn't RN its ass from its elbow.

STU: Uh-huh.

GLENN: Do you think now would be the time that you would be like, I want to poke China in the eye?

STU: Well, there are probably parts of that analysis that Nancy Pelosi would not agree with. But I think the Republicans you're talking about, would probably agree with all of that.

GLENN: She's an idiot.

STU: But, you know, I do have, I would say, a tremendous amount of sympathy for the position that China does not get to dictate the travel plans of our officials. Like, that's not how this works.

GLENN: I agree. I agree. This has and so I do understand that point of view. I tend to go with you on this, in that, there is just -- this administration is so incompetent. I don't want to take any risks in these situations, to inflame anything. Because they obviously can't seem to handle the most basic and simple situations. Let ones like this. But once China says, you can't go Nancy Pelosi, it almost makes it much more likely, that she has to. Because we can't see here and bend to every one of their demands.

GLENN: As I said yesterday, she has to go now. But the problem is, she didn't coordinate it. She's not the leader of foreign policy, the president is. So at least coordinate with the White House. So the White House doesn't come out and go, are we going to have noodles today? Oh, Chuck, she's going where? That doesn't seem like a very good idea. Call the Pentagon. And the Pentagon, hey, we have a lot of generals. Got together. We think this is the worst idea we've ever heard.

And she goes. She should have called them in advance, or they should have shut their mouth. But right now, we look like the Speaker of the House, and the president don't agree on Taiwan. Really bad. Really bad.

STU: Yeah. Really bad. And I think the speculation is that people who wanted this to go one way or another, leaked this information to blow up whatever was going on behind the scenes. Where maybe Nancy Pelosi wanted to go. Joe Biden didn't. So Pelosi leaks it to the press. So China responds to it. Then she's like, well, now, I have to go. There's a lot of games going on here. Dangerous games. And that's I think my problem. The problem is not that I go to Taiwan. I support Taiwan. And I don't care what China says to us. I don't think we should be reacting to what China says to us. However, this is a low probability, high impact event here. Where it doesn't -- my guess is, China is not going to start a world war over something that happens in Taiwan right now. But they might. And you have a president -- a president. A leader of China, who is looking to extend his reign, you know, in scope and time. Here in the next couple of years. Needs to show strength. Needs to show that he can stand up to the West. In his own domestic policy sort of situation. And he's doing that, at our expense. And who knows where this goes? Who knows how it spins out of control. They see the weakness of this country and president just like we do. And it puts us in a situation, where something could easily spin out of control, and put us into a situation that we obviously can't handle. We can't even handle what's going on with Russia, let alone Russia and China at the same time. So the risk here, is just not worth the reward of a symbolic gesture.

GLENN: It's -- you know, it's the same thing I feel with covid, and the monkey pox. That's a one-two punch that could put us out. You know what I mean?

STU: No.

GLENN: Oh, my gosh, people are tying from covid. We have no wear our mask. And now monkey pox. And monkey pox is so deadly, you almost never die from it.

STU: No one in the United States has died from it.

GLENN: They could. Have they turned into monkeys? You don't know. You don't know. So California has just declared this a state of emergency. They're all concerned with monkey pox. And yet, I haven't seen the ban on bathhouses. You know, hey. You know, just a friendly reminder. Maybe you shouldn't have the gay orgies right now. Because gay men are the most likely, at this time, to contract it, through gay sex, bathhouses. You know, all adds up. You know, they were so eager to shut down our church. Somebody might sneeze! You got to shut it down. Monkey pox is coming -- well, I shouldn't say that. It is mainly spread at this point, through that activity. And the city of San Francisco, just had like some big, I don't know. Some big fetish thing. I know. It's Wednesday. So, you know, what big fetish thing? Oh, the Wednesday night fetish thing. I got it. They had some big thing. And where was the state? We've got to protect people. Well, I mean, except for -- except for that. What, are you trying? Are you intentionally, Gavin Newsom, trying to kill gay people? Is that what's going on here? Your reckless, reckless, go have a party. I'm not going to shut them down. You're just going to try to kill gay people. And they don't even have ton old gay people. Just gay.

STU: You're making this point here, on hypocrisy, which is incredibly valid. But, like, the monkey pox situation here is sort of the way we should be handling these things. Right? Give people information, and let them assess their own risk. They want to go to kink fest in San Francisco, after learning this information. Okay. That's kind of on you, though. That's kind of your -- you're taking the risk there. And that's the way this would go. That's not the way, of course, we handled covid. Where we asked people who basically. Now, again, this is an overstatement. But basically had no risk of having -- of dying from covid. Younger people. You know, people with strong immunity. The healthy people that were younger. Basically had no risk. It wasn't exactly none. But it was close to none. And we told those people, they needed to do literally nothing for two years. You need to sit inside your house, do absolutely nothing. Don't go talk to anyone. Don't go to work. Don't go to the gym. Don't do anything. For a year or two years, depending on where you lived. And yet, we can't even say to people, who are in a community, where it seems like it's the highest risk at this point. Not exclusively. But seems to be the highest risk. Hey, we're not saying you can't be gay. We're not saying you can't go outside and go to work. We're just saying, like, let's abort the most -- the most risky behavior for, like, a month. And they won't even say that.

GLENN: Right. They won't even say -- I'm not even saying you should close these places down.

STU: No.

GLENN: I'm just saying, say you shouldn't do it right now. You might want to consider death. Well, no. It's monkey pox. Well, covid and monkey pox. Definitely, death. You should consider that you don't go.

STU: Yeah. And, Glenn --

GLENN: But you're not hearing this. This is a statewide emergency. Well, at this point, I mean, it turn into that, but at this point it's pretty much, you know -- not entirely, but pretty much exclusive to sexual contact. And it's -- and it's generally in the gay community.

STU: Yeah. Generally. Like, it's not an STD. Like, for example, HIV or chlamydia, right? That's not the exclusive way it passes. It passes with close contact though. And so sex certainly qualifies as that. And the -- the closer the contact, the more likely this is. And it's spread most widely in this community, so it would be the riskiest behavior. It's just not the only way you could get it. And have you noticed this, too, when it comes to the coverage of this? I don't know if I've ever realized this before. Maybe you have. Normally, you would be talking about this, as. How often do we say LGBTQIA plus. All of these terms. Like the G is for gay. Right? In the LGBTQ. They talk about it constantly. You're constantly talking about people's sexual orientation, based on the G. Gay. In this community. Now when we're talking about monkey pox, they have this new term, that they all seem to be adopting at the same time. Which is men who have sex with other men. And like, I -- didn't we summarize that with a three-letter word. Like, I thought that's what we did. Just from an efficiency standpoint. I thought that was what we --

GLENN: Oh, my gosh.

STU: And now it's men who have sex with other men. No, I'm serious. Is that a term? Like is that some sort of woke term? Like why men --

GLENN: You know what, I'm not even sure. But it's probably like people who have babies. Or what do they call them? Baby machines. Or what --

STU: Yes. Baby machines. You're right.

GLENN: Baby machines.

That over there, they identify as a baby machine.


The HUGE price spikes between Trump’s America and Biden’s

Inflation is surging, and more and more Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. In fact, 61 PERCENT of Americans now are relying on paychecks to live. This is why President Biden’s approval rating is so low, Glenn says. Because he refuses to accept and acknowledge what Americans currently are going through. And they’ve gone through a LOT in just the past two years alone. In this clip, Glenn takes a look at prices, numbers, and statistics — like grocery prices, gas, and illegal migrant crossings — from June 2020 under Trump to June 2021 and 2022 under Biden. And this HUGE spikes show we’re practically living in a completely different America.


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: Inflation is surging. More and more Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. 157 million adults. That is 61 percent of Americans, as of June, this number is up from 58 percent in May. A year ago, it was 55. But 61 percent of Americans now are living paycheck to paycheck. You disrupt anything, and they go under. That's the reality, that Biden. His -- his approval rating is so low. Not just because everything he's doing is leading to more misery. His approval rating is so low, because he refuses to recognize the truth. Every time, he says, we're not in a recession or inflation is just transitory. People stop listening to everything else he says. Because their experience. Their day to day experience is telling them differently. Now, as we are looking at inflation. And I mean incredible inflation. Let me just take you from June 2020.

To last year, at this time. To June 2022. Listen to this. Average gas price, when Trump was in office, $2.17, June 2020. Huh. June 2021, 3.15. That's after Biden comes to office. It's now the average of 4.82. So you're looking at more than a 2-dollar increase. Inflation rate, when Bush -- or, I'm sorry. When Trump was in office in June 2020, the inflation rate was .6 percent. The first year, June 2021, under Biden, it was 5.4. He said it was transitory. It is now 9.2.

It is transitory. That number is changing. It's just going in the wrong direction. Covid cases, seven-day average. Under Trump in June 2020. It was 22,433. In June 2021, last year, he brought it down to 11,756. Now that we're all vaccinated, in June 2022, the covid case's seven-day average is 106,757. The death rate has just gone down. Illegal border encounters. Under Trump at June 2020, it was 363,619 coming across our border illegally. In June 2021, just a few months in. That number under Biden went from 363 to 871,453. That number, this last June is now 1,478,977. You are 1.1 million more illegals coming in, June to June. Total consumer debt. Total consumer debt, in 2020, June 2020, it was negative .3 percent. After Biden gets into office, total consumer debt, because remember, you had so much money. You didn't know to do with it. Total consumer debt, was 4.2 percent. Today, total consumer debt, is 14 percent. This is a real problem. We're going in the wrong direction. This is why, the government is buying ammunition. They're trying to take away your guns. They're going and trying to get from the holster manufacturers, for some reason. Who has a holster in who doesn't have a holster? And why it is so important today, that you call to have Kyrsten Sinema's number. Her number in Washington, DC, or in Arizona. And beg her. She has been good and strong so far. But all of the pressures of hell are going to be coming down on her. They will make a deal, that only the devil could make. To get this bill. This climate tax bill, passed. Manchin has already folded. Sinema is the only one. And the Democrats are freaking out. Because she hasn't said anything about it. But I can guarantee you, they are trying to make a deal. And cut it. I mean, I wouldn't be surprised if all of a sudden, the government said, you know, after some studies. We think the Phoenix, Tucson area should just be domed and fully air-conditioned. We're going to call it the Sinema dome. Uh-huh.

They will cut any deal. Because they need every single of the 50 members of the Senate Democratic caucus to pass it. They've got to have every single one on board. One of them peels away, and that one will be Kyrsten Sinema. One of them peels away, and you don't get the climate deal.

Pray for her. And call her office, and ask her kindly. Please, don't pass on this tax. Because that's what it is. This tax will be so crippling to America. And I -- I really need you to understand, exactly what is -- is happening here. When we look at inflation. When we look at inflation, what are they doing to us?

Well, they're driving down supply, while driving prices up. Okay? So let's just say -- let's use gasoline. Or ammunition. What's whapping with the supply of gasoline and ammunition? Well, it's getting fewer and fewer. Not because more and more people are buying it. Which is true. But more and more people are buying it, at extraordinary prices. You're buying gasoline, but you're buying it, begrudgingly, and you're probably cutting back on the miles. Meanwhile, what has the government done. They've taken the strategic oil supply. And they have sold it into the market, to China. Overseas! And here.

And it has made some impact. But that is short-term. Because there is no progress -- it's not like we're waiting for something to be fixed, and to be opened up. And supply us with more. This is a dwindling supply. And what are they doing? They're not only selling our strategic oil. Then he's promising to replace that strategic oil, by paying twice as much as Donald Trump did to fill that thing. Which will take the oil supply away from the general population. It will have the government then taking your tax dollars, or printing more money from the fed. And buying that, which will drive up inflation. And drive up the price. This is really important, to understand. Inflation, and now the Manchin bill, still in the Senate. Please call Kyrsten Sinema's office, put people over parties here. But the government is spending more on gas, concrete, steel pretty much everything they can. Driving those prices up. BlackRock, buying up houses. ESG, hedge funds, buying up trailer parks all across the country, and then passing a 100 percent rent increase on to these people. So their -- they're buying up houses, and paying over asking price to buy up entire neighborhoods. They're buying these neighborhoods up, and then what are they doing? They're not selling them for a profit. They're holding on to them, and collecting rent. This pounds you on the free market side. You can't afford things on the free market side, because the public/private partnerships with these ESG funds and these corporations, plus all of the money, that the government is spending. They're driving up the price. Then on top of it, they're taxing you, which takes more of your money. And then they have the hidden tax, without representation of inflation. So in the end, the public/private partnerships with the government own everything. And you're left with nothing, but the hand that you have, that you now have to reach out and ask the government, please. Can you help my family? I need a handout.

You followed the rules your whole life. These people are breaking the rules every day, and they're getting away with it. And you're getting the shaft in the end. It is not too late, as long as you educate yourself on what's happening. And you speak out. The tide is coming in.

We little our boats couldn't float. The freedom boat couldn't float anymore. Because the tide is out. The tide is coming back in. But right now, is when we need everybody in boat. Because here's what happens. It's said over and over again. You know, hey, the government is not your dad. They're not our parent. Uncle Sam is not really your uncle. Well, that's more true than ever before. They treat us like children, and try to make all our decisions. Yes. But what you're -- what you're missing here. Is that it's not just that they're taking your right to make your own decisions. They're taking everything you have. So your only option is to come to them, or their public/private partnership. So you can rent or just live and eat, and I want to remind you, what every dad has always said. Every mother has always said. And you probably have said now to your children. Because it's true. I want you to remember as they treat us like children. And put us in the situation, where we have to have their care. I want you to remember, what was said to you, and you have said to your children. As long as you live under my roof. You will live and obey my rules.

That's why when the World Economic Forum and all the Build Back Better people tell you, it's going to be great. And you're not going to own anything. But you'll be happy. No, I will not. Because as long as I don't own it, then I live under somebody else's roof. My entire life will be under someone else's roof. And I have no intention of obeying those rules.


It’s SPOOKY how well these kids predicted the future

GLENN: Here's a clip from the BBC talking to children who are predicting the future, in the year 2000. Now, listen to this.

VOICE: I think it will be -- people will be regarded as more statistics, than actual people.

VOICE: Sort of all machines everywhere. Everyone doing everything for you.

VOICE: Computers are taking over now, and in the year 2000, there just won't be enough jobs to go down.


5 war possibilities for China, Taiwan, & U.S. involvement

China seems to be on the offensive, thanks to Nancy Pelosi’s pre-announced trip to Taiwan. Glenn and Jason Buttrill, chief researcher for The Glenn Beck Program, war-game five possible scenarios between the two Asian nations. They discuss whether or not the U.S. is ‘obligated’ to back Taiwan, and what America’s foreign policy strategy has been regarding this conflict for decades. Either way, Glenn says, the world continues to destabilize and NOW is the time to pray for our country.


Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: I'm 18 years old. I'm working at WPGC in Washington, DC. And I can see the light on top of the Washington monument. So I'm at ground zero. Ronald Reagan is in office. And there's something -- I don't remember what it was. But a confrontation with the Soviet Union. And it was really serious. And I remember keeping the door to the teletype in my studio open. Teletype is how we used to get the news. And it had bells on it. And a ten-bell event would be nuclear war. And I kept that propped open, so I could hear those bells and count the bells. And we got as high as I think six bells. And I would count them. Because I knew. And I thought, I'm at ground zero. This could be over in ten minutes. I haven't felt that way, really until this administration. You know, even after September 11th, I remember feeling on September 11th. Boy, I don't know what they're going to do. But it wasn't a fear of nuclear war or all out war, over the whole world. We're approaching that kind of -- of place. We now have -- do we have the live footage? This is -- they're tracking Nancy Pelosi's plane. We can show it to you. She's at about 10,000 feet. Headed towards Taiwan. She has avoided the restricted airspace over the South China Sea. However, China has just closed the airspace above the Taiwan strait. And they are -- they're at least flexing their muscles. If you look at what China is sending out, online. You are seeing military being moved. You have the aircraft carriers from China, moving out of their home ports. And headed towards Taiwan. I don't know what's going to happen. We have a guy who actually is, I mean, somewhat of kind of an expert on this area. Working for us. He's our chief researcher. And head writer for the Glenn Beck Program. Jason Buttrill. Hello, Jason. How are you?

JASON: Hey, Glenn. Doing good.

GLENN: So, Jason, help me out on -- how serious is this, with China, do you think?

JASON: I think it's very serious. Especially considering the symbolic meaning of Taiwan. Taiwan is very, very symbolic to the Chinese/Communist Party. This has been an issue since, you know, the communists took over, really. So this is probably one of the most crazy, ambiguous treaties we've ever had. The Taiwan relations act. The most ambiguous thing ever. Which makes Kirby's remarks yesterday, kind of odd to come out and say, we don't support independents so publicly. I mean, I've read the Taiwan relations act, cover to cover. The ambiguity. Just saying it's ambiguous is even an understatement. It's the equivalent of one of the most confusing Christopher Nolan movies. Take Inception. Take Interstellar. Take Tenants. And then have 30 different people try to describe what it actually means. I actually think it -- that's basically what we're talking about here.

GLENN: So this is -- Taiwan and China are at war with each other. It's a civil war. And it happened in the 1950s. So this has been going back and forth from the 1950s. But it is -- it's coming to a head, and that's because as China rises in power, they think the odds are that they can take the United States of America. I don't think that's possible yet. But I think we're maybe five years. Two to five years away from they believe actually being able to take Taiwan. And call our bluff. Or just fight the war. You think that's accurate?

JASON: No. Absolutely. China sees Taiwan like they see Hong Kong. When they made the deal with Hong Kong. They say, oh, China has no right to do this. It is supposed to be two systems in one country. Yeah, but it was in that agreement, that China would one day take control, and it would be one system. People usually leave that part out. They just decided to accelerate their plans. They see Taiwan as one China. And they believe it's rightfully theirs. And their plan is to always take it. They just don't have the military capabilities. Now, moving towards what we're seeing now. The thing that would always tip us off. And the in Taiwan relations act. We said, if you try to coerce militarily, to try to change Taiwan and take it. We will respond. And President Reagan, I believe in 1980, and 1982. Reassured after the 1972 Taiwan act. Reassured, hey. We're still giving you weapons. We're still coming to your definition. So this is a very, very old agreement that they had. And, yes, we will go and respond. But the thing that's always kept the things kind of open. And that we can see what's going on in the future. Is that it would take a tremendous Chinese military buildup, to be put in place, before we would -- the actual action. We would see it, the buildup. We would go and respond to it. What Pelosi has done. And let's put this into context. The Speaker of the House has just undermined her presidents -- in the same party. His foreign the policy. She's taken it on herself, to manipulate foreign policy. It's absolutely unprecedented. She has no right to do this. It's not under the duties of the Speaker of the House. But her actions are allowing this military buildup to happen. It's accelerating an already accelerated plan, that we've seen with China and Hong Kong.

GLENN: I tell you, it is truly frightening. And, by the way, the reason why Taiwan is important to the United States. Is if Taiwan falls, we then are pretty much out of Asia. The next country to fall would be New Zealand and Australia. And China would just overrun all of that hemisphere. And between Russia and China -- you know, that would be a very difficult match for us to even stand shoulder to shoulder with. Okay. So let me give you a couple of scenarios. And I want to hear what you think are the best scenarios. These are five different scenarios that have been put together by a Taiwanese based researcher. So the first one, minimalist approach. The people's army occupies Jemen or Matsu (phonetic) islands, as well as Taiwan's islands in the South China Sea. Maybe even the (inaudible) islands. They declare part or all of the Taiwan Strait, a no-go zone. They just did that. And they -- give it a no-go zone to all military shipping. This would be fairly easy, et cetera, et cetera. And it would not overcommit them. It would just be a step up. Scenario number two. Hybrid warfare. Some sort of partial naval and aerial blockade of Taiwan, intended to interfere with the economy.

Combined with stepped up harassments, such as direct flyovers, which they did last night while we were all sleeping. Incursions into maritime space, by China's military. They might also have cyber attacks, which they just did, about two hours before Pelosi's plane was taking off. Scenario number three. A serious attack, but no invasion. This would involve air and sea warfare. No boots on the ground. Full airline and Naval blockade. Protracted set of naval and aerial battles, designed to degrade Taiwan's military, combined with ballistic missile attacks on military targets. Scenario number four. A real, actual invasion. Scenario number five. Short of a nuclear attack, would be the worst case. Full air and sea blockade. Massive ballistic missile attacks on military targets. Cyber attack. Aggressive naval and ariel attacks. And boots on the ground. I don't think that one is even possible right now. But maybe it is. Which one -- or do you have another scenario that you think is more likely to come from this?

JASON: So to point out, I think every single one of those scenarios, would break the Taiwan Relations Act, which would require an American response. So if they're thinking about doing any of those, they're ready for war. Just really quick, if I could remember all of them. The first one, occupying some of those islands in the Air Defense Zone. We already -- occupying any of those islands, including the Pengu Islands. Those are part of the Peskador (phonetic) Islands, which is specifically named, in the Taiwan Relations Act, as part of Taiwan. So that's a huge -- that's a huge, you know -- we're getting involved, basically. If they do that.

GLENN: That is -- or that is a progressive way for China to do it. Where they're not taking all of it. They're just moving in. And then like Republicans always do. You just back up. Okay. Well, that's okay. Okay. Well, we'll get it on the next boat. That's a progressive tactic. And America would probably not go to war, over something like that. I would hope.

STU: Yeah. We should point out real quick, Nancy Pelosi has just landed in Taiwan. So that's -- just watched it live here. As it -- so whatever game is being played, is going to be played.

GLENN: So bizarre.

JASON: The other scenarios pretty much -- many of them involved economic hybrid warfare, or blockades. Economic hybrid warfare was not mentioned back then in the Taiwan relations act. I would put that in the same category as blockade. That's also mentioned. So if any of those things happen, we are then, according to the texts, obligated to respond. So we're responding anyway.

GLENN: If they pretty much do anything. Even the lightest, most minimal approach, they would be in violation of this act. Our treaty, if you will. And it puts us, you know, into action. And calls our bluff.

I am terrified what the Biden administration would do. Because the Biden administration is absolutely toothless. We have no allies. What we've done in Russia has only benefited Russia and hurt everyone else. I think these guys could overreact. And do something very provocative, that in the end, will just destroy us. What should be our response, Jason.

JASON: Oh, gosh. Likable I said, this is such a complicated issue. It's so -- I hate to use the word again, ambiguous. Let me just go to this point. I think that -- I don't think China will do any of those things. I think China will use this as an excuse to do a massive military buildup. That's what I think. And we already saw --

GLENN: Massive military exercise.

JASON: Massive military exercise. Oh, we're just going to position all these things here. We're going to put all these boats here. We're going to keep these aircraft carriers over here. That way, it puts us off balance on, we don't know how far we've escalated their time line. That's why I think, this is such a horrible -- not only dangerous, but horrible move by Nancy Pelosi in doing this. Is you -- you're bringing right to the surface, what we think we have ten years to plan for. Or prepare for. That's what I think will happen. I think we'll see a lot more military buildup in that area. It will be hard to know when they actually attack. Now, if they do any of those things. I think they're obligated to respond in some way. I'll leave it up to them. To decide, what is -- how to balance it all out. They're obviously not the ones right now, in charge to do that. But what -- we're signaling to everyone else in the region, that, hey, the time of you being able to count us. That's over now. So, yeah. Yeah.

GLENN: I will tell you, Jason, thank you so much for your analysis and, of course, we'll be watching it. And if you -- if you watch and see some things, let me know and tweet it out today. And Facebook post. Because this is something that is ongoing. Thank you, Jason. For your help. I will tell you, that now is the time to pray for your country. And let me just remind you. The Republicans always get the warmonger label. Let's just say that the Republicans have changing on war. We've learned our lessons, I think. And Donald Trump, the world was at peace. Look at how fast that has deteriorated. We could be at -- in a proxy war, with both Russia and China. By tomorrow! It's insanity.