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Mao’s original 'Great Reset' WARNS America what’s to come

There’s a reason why Mao’s ‘Five Year-Plan,’ also known as ‘The Great Leap Forward,’ is a taboo topic in China today: It ended DISASTROUSLY, with millions of Chinese lives lost. But Mao’s idea shares several similarities to another plan...one currently being forced around the world: The Great Reset. Glenn details the five-year plan, how it went horribly wrong, and why America could be at risk of similar consequences if we don’t stand for FREEDOM today.

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GLENN: You know, you think that a leopard can change its spots, and it can't. It can't.

Marxism and, quite honestly, intellectualism, always ends the same way. When you put intellectuals in charge, and they think they're better than everyone else.

Most people -- most people really don't recall the five-year plan. In fact, in China, it's -- it's against the law to talk about the five-year plan. You're not allowed to talk about it or teach about it. Most people don't know about it in China. And it started with Mao saying, hey. We're better than this. We're capable of anything.

And we really need to -- we need to change the way we do industry. And the way we do agriculture. And so he had a plan that was supposed to last from 1958 to 1963. And it was called the great leap forward. It was The Great Reset. We don't work as well. So we have to change things. And he had a plan for everything. From the way your family worked, all the way up. And they were going -- they were going to change everything. Industry could prosper, if the work force was well-fed. And while the agricultural workers needed industry to produce the modern tools needed for modernization. What he said was, all we have to do is we have to make our own steel, so we can make our own trackers and trucks and everything else. And then if we make all this stuff, then we can give it to the farmers. And the farmers will be able to make so much money. In fact, we'll require them, to grow so much food. And everybody will be have a quota. And it was great. It was great. And the people gave up ownership. Mao had this idea, that you would own nothing, and you would be happy. And so they gave up ownership of everything. And it was owned by the state and by the communes. So everything in these communes was controlled. Every bit of your life. You know, school. Nurseries. Health care. They -- people moved into what was called the houses of happiness. So they could be looked after and cared for by the state. All they had to do was just go to work. 700 million people were placed in these communes by 1958. Here's the problem: Enthusiasm kind of stopped once they were in their house of happiness. Because life was not as they said it would be. People owned nothing. But they weren't quite so happy. But they produced. And they -- and they produced and produced and produced. And they hit their steel quota. Propaganda was everywhere, including the fields.

You could listen to political speeches, as you were working. It was great. Because politics, it was everything. Everybody in communes was urged not just to meet the set targets, but to beat them. And if you didn't have the machine, well, use your bare hands. Quality became a little dubious. The problem is: The steel that they were making wasn't holding up. The trackers that they were putting together, weren't working.

And then they had a weather turn. Well, here's what happened: Things started to go wrong in 1959. Listen to this. Political decisions and beliefs. Took precedence over common sense. I haven't heard that, have you? Have you heard any of this plan being discussed, recently, at all?

Communes faced the task of doing things, which they were incapable of achieving. Party officials would order the impossible, and commune leaders, who knew what their commune was capable of doing or not, could be charged with being a reactionary, if they complained. Such a charge would lead them to be an outcast or be sent to prison.

We're not having that problem, are we? You're seeing anybody that is becoming an outcast, because they disagree with where the political leaders are taking us? Saying that maybe this covid thing is not a good idea? Maybe we shouldn't be handling it this way?

Maybe your policies are leading to this inflation. Maybe we won't own nothing and be happy?

Nobody is being made an outcast for those points of view, right? So here's the problem: Because they were trying to make steel, a lot of the farmers, had to take work away from their fields. And so the fields weren't being harvested. And then they had problems with the steel that they were making to help the farmers. And then the weather went bad. What could possibly go wrong?

Well, here's what went wrong: The first year, 9 million people, in China starved to death. 9 million people.

Mao's attitude was, you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. It will get better.

20 million people died, in China. Starved to death. Before 1962. 20 million. They say that is a very low number. It's more likely that it was around 40 million people died.

But we don't know, because, you know, it's China. These communist countries, these countries that are set up, where the elites have all of the power. And they do that, because they care so much about you. The little person. They care. And they know what's right for you. These countries that are set up like this, always end up like China and -- and what's happening in Shanghai right now. Because they don't know better than you. They can't make decisions for your family. Do you think people would stay in their home, after they know what they know about covid. This is not the first run with covid. Do you really think that they would stay at home, be locked inside, and do you think with what they know now, and what we know now about covid, do you think it would be worse than the possibility of one city, one. There are multiple cities locked down. This is just Shanghai. This is the financial capital now, of China. This is our New York City. Except, New York City has 7 million people. They have 25 or 26 million people. Hmm. Do you think if those people were allowed to leave and the truckers were allowed to deliver things, do you think there would be starvation? Do you think it would be a possible revolution? Because that's what they're headed for. And the only way to stop it. And this is why they're being so brutal, the only way to stop it is to kill people. And they have no problem killing them. Food would not have been rotting. Central planning never works. And we have so lost our -- our willingness to learn from the past. We're just trying to erase the past. Which is strange. Because that's exactly what happened in China. Scholars now say, in China, that, you know, this is when they could talk in China. People who lived through it, are now discovering the true history of the great famine. And they're now putting it together, saying, wait. The government knew about this. They were the ones responsible for this. Those people, who actually have seen the history in China, now know what the problem is. And they know what the problem is with this covid shutdown too. It's the same problem. And it will end most likely, the same way. And most likely, we will hear about some of the dead. And some of the devastation. But not all of it.

Here's a big difference, however. In 1962, China didn't affect us. China didn't affect the rest of the world. What they did with their citizens, I guess, was their business.

This shutdown is already causing problems here in America. Remember, this is like January. Remember, we didn't really start to feel the effects, until, when? July. This is like January, when we were first watching it. And they were shutting down the city. And it wasn't Shanghai. And they were shutting everything down.

We saw the effects, within a couple of months. We are going to see the effects of this, over here. On what you can buy, what you can't buy. What you have access 20. Repair parts, chips. Computers.

Everything. I mean, if that's what motivates you. You should look at it, in a financial way. This is going to cripple the global economy.

I just personally hope we get the message, that we are going to have problems, so we don't have to worry about food. When the time comes. Please, plant a garden. If you live near farmers, if you don't have a farmer's market, start one. If you do, start getting to know the farmers.

You're going need to the farmers. Please, be in a community, where you all kind of think alike. Because you don't want to be alone.

You don't want to be -- you don't want to be surrounded in a city, full of the people like Mao had. You want to be surrounded by God-fearing people, who know the Judeo-Christian ethic of do unto others. Love thy neighbor. Back in a minute.
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Time is running out on all kinds of things. One, we had President Biden say yesterday, that really, it's -- it's our governor here in Texas, that is causing all the problems with inflation. Because he's slowing the trucks down. He's demanding they all be checked when coming off the border.

Oh, tomorrow. I don't have time today. But tomorrow, I've got to gun that one down. It's not the governor in Texas that is causing the world's inflation. You want your kids to understand this? They have to understand this. Before we learn it the hard way. What is inflation? How is it caused? What causes it? Better yet, who causes it?

Well, it's the creature from Jekyll island. That's who is causing it. Otherwise known as the fed. The creature from Jekyll island is a scholarly book that came out years ago, that came out about the fed. And the Tuttle Twins have put together a book called the Tuttle Twins, and the creature from Jekyll island. And they learned what inflation is. They learned how and why our money works. And they learn about the fed. And most of us don't know about the fed. I've asked the Tuttle Twins to make this available for free. This is just one of their books in the series. It's not going to cost you a dime. Just pay for shipping. But this is so important. Every family should read this today. Because you need to understand inflation. And who causes it. The Tuttle Twins. And the creature from Jekyll island. It's TuttleTwinsBeck.com. Get it today for free. TuttleTwinsBeck.com.
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GLENN: This is the Glenn Beck Program. It is the week of -- of Good Friday. Passover. And also of Easter. I want to play cut three, please. This is a mom, I believe, in California. Listen to this.

VOICE: Well, I paid $57. I think about six months ago, it would have been 28, 30.

VOICE: She says, the budgeting-busting prices from groceries to gas are taking a toll.

VOICE: I've had to carpool. Ask people for rides, if they're going to the grocery store. Right now, I'm looking for a weekend job.

VOICE: To get by, the mother of three is relying on food banks for the first time in her life.

VOICE: It's been a hard shift.

GLENN: This is happening all over the country. And I -- I say this, and it's going to be something that I really want to focus on with you, over the next few months. And however long it takes us to get through this. That everything that we have, really needs to be used for the building up of the kingdom and helping people. And if there's anything you can do, to give to a food bank, this week, or if you know somebody that is alone or struggling, that you could just drop food off, without anybody knowing that you did it. Or invite them to your table. There's a lot of people that are experiencing things that they haven't experienced before. And those who are the closest, to the bottom economically, are the ones that are going to get hit hardest and hit first. Eggs have gone up now, just before Easter, and prices of baked goods now, because of eggs are said to be rising to 30, 35 percent more in price. We really need to look out for one another. Know what is causing this. Demand that it stop. But also, look out for each other. Because the government doesn't care, really about you. We need to care about ourselves and our neighbors and our town. Back in a minute.

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Does Pfizer employee’s MELTDOWN hint at HUGE pharma secrets?

When Jordan Trishton Walker, an alleged director with Pfizer, realized he’d been caught in a honeytrap by Project Veritas, he went into FULL MELTDOWN mode. Glenn plays the Project Veritas video in this clip, arguing that 1) This man — no matter what his position with Pfizer may be — should immediately be fired and 2) Though we don’t know if the information he provided is correct, it’s likely Pfizer IS conducting gain of function research to further vaccine development. And that MUST be stopped.

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GLENN: All right. So let me take you back a few days ago.

Pfizer is caught honestly in a honey pot trap. Somebody from Project Veritas. You know, gets on the radar of this guy who is -- his name is Jordan Walker. He's not a nobody. This is -- this -- let me give you his title. He is the Pfizer director of research and development.

Okay. The director of research and development.

He is strategic operations. And mRNA scientific planning. So he's the top of the food chain on this.

And he's out on a date. And he's talking to this guy.

Now, the guy is not like, oh, really?

That is so cool.

You can hear him say, but is that a good idea?

All right. Listen to how flippantly he talks about this, and what he is saying. This is -- and this is only 40 seconds out of ten minutes, that need to be heard.

Okay. Listen.

VOICE: The story will not -- you know the virus keeps mutating?

VOICE: Yeah.

VOICE: Well, one of the things of your story, why don't we just mutate ourselves, so we can focus on developing new vaccines. Right?

So if we're going to do that though, there's a risk of like -- as you can imagine, no one wants to be having a Pharma company.

VOICE: Yeah.

VOICE: Do we want to do this?

That's one of the things we're considering in the future.

Like maybe -- groceries in the backseat. Things like that.

VOICE: Okay. So Pfizer is ultimately thinking about mutating COVID.

VOICE: Well, that not only saying to the public, no.

I mean, that's -- there's a thought that came up in a meeting, and we're like, why don't we not -- it's like, we're going to consider that. More discussions. And exactly, actually. We're like, wait a minute. People are like that.

GLENN: So he's not saying they are doing it. He said, they're considering it. It's one of the options.

Okay. I believe that, 100 percent. If we, again, are in a meeting, and all options are on the table. What do we do to fight this?

Somebody would say that. Why don't we get ahead of it. But he's like, yeah. Why don't we?

We still have to talk about it. No, no, no.

We don't mutate viruses to be able to come up with a vaccine that will fight that virus.

That's a really bad idea.

Stop it.

He goes on to talk about monkey testing. And how it's done with monkeys. And how all of this.

Now, this comes out. And Project Veritas. James O'Keefe confronts him like -- I don't know. In a Starbucks or someplace.

He's at a restaurant. James O'Keefe sits down. And starts to ask him questions.

What you're interest to see, is the director of research at one of the most powerful pharmaceutical companies, out there. Freaking out.

Really freaking out. Go ahead, roll it.
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VOICE: Is this seat taken?

VOICE: You work for Pfizer. My question to you is why does Pfizer want to hide from the public, the fact that they're mutating the COVID and (inaudible) viruses.

VOICE: I'm literally a liar.

VOICE: I was trying to impress a person on a date, by lying. This is absurd.

VOICE: Please, don't touch me.

VOICE: Well, this is not --

VOICE: Don't tell anybody.

VOICE: Literally he's just working and trying to --

GLENN: Stop here.

Why are you doing this?

You're just talking to a man who is literally just trying to save lives.

Okay. No. You might be trying to save lives. Mengele was trying to save lives.

STU: I don't know Mengele was trying to save lives.

GLENN: I understand that. I'm using an extreme to make the point.

STU: Right.

GLENN: There are lines that you don't want to cross. Mengele crossed a thousand-plus. Okay?

Is Pfizer crossing a pretty big line, in saying, well, you know, maybe we should mutate it?

Now, if you're also a responsible human being and you knew how much trust you had lost, and you're a director of Pfizer, you're not out on a date, lying about mutating viruses.

That shows, you have absolutely no idea how your company is being perceived. Real or not. And you are just playing into everything that people are already starting to say about you.

You should be fired just for that.

STU: I think that's true. I mean, he should definitely be fired. Even if his answer is completely true.

I mean, certainly, this is going to surprise many women in the audience. But occasionally men do lie on dates, when they're trying to sleep with the person that they're sitting across from. So it's not entirely -- what this is valuable for is it gives us a thread to pull out. Right? What is really going on?

And this gives us a direction. Which, by the way, with a Republican House, that has investigatory -- investigatory power. Which is important, right?

So this is a way you can -- you can -- something you can look for, here. It's possible, he's lying.

Maybe he was. It's a weird way, to try to sweet talk a date.

Hey, we might start another pandemic. I don't know.

GLENN: And you heard the date was not like, oh, tell me more.

STU: One thing I will tell you more about this.

GLENN: So hot with the monkey talk.

STU: With Project Veritas. As far as I know, eventually release the entire thing.

And I think there's a possibility here, in another part of the video, he's sounding super skeptical or giving some indication, that would lead you to believe maybe his excuses a little bit more valid. Like, he's trying to show that side of him. Perhaps. But that does not --

GLENN: Please make note how this show always --

STU: I'm trying.

GLENN: Gives the benefit of the doubt.

STU: I want to understand.

GLENN: All times.

STU: And look, I think your main point there is true.

Would you -- if you were Pfizer, want this guy working for you, even if what he is saying, is true?

I was just lying on a date, to sleep with some dude?

GLENN: Again, not just some guy. All right?

This is the director of research. All right.

STU: Yeah. It's bad.

GLENN: So now he starts to go a little ballistic. You're going to see someone absolutely lose their mind. And you tell me, if this is reasonable behavior from an officer in Pfizer. Watch.

VOICE: (bleep) off. You really did --

GLENN: He said, I'm feeling very safe.

And he's asking you to lock the doors. He grabs the -- he's down on his hands and knees. And he's trying to destroy this i Pad.

Look at him.

VOICE: I lock the door.

STU: Whoa. Who pushed him at the end there?

GLENN: I don't know. It was obviously some --

STU: It was a big altercation.

GLENN: He was trying to grab stuff, trying to destroy things. I mean, I don't know this. But your i Pad usually does not have all of the information alone.

STU: It's called the cloud.

GLENN: It's called the cloud.

But that guy was out of control.

STU: That -- you know, there's probably legal questions about what he did, in that -- in that video there.

I mean, certainly, taking someone else's property and smashing it. Is a legal issue, above and beyond whether you'll get fired or not.

GLENN: So now, his statement is, I'm not even a scientist. Why would anyone take me seriously?

I don't know if you've checked your card, director of research.

STU: Now, there is some skepticism on that claim.

Now, Project Veritas tried to release some documents, that indicate it's true. Some people who are super skeptical on Pfizer and the vaccine are pointing out, there's a lot of inconsistencies in this guy's bio.

And the question is whether it was actually true, that he was that high of a level there.

I don't know the answer to that. I don't know it's been determined yet.

GLENN: That he should be cleaning out his desk yesterday.

STU: A degree in neurology, I believe. Which is, again, not necessarily the person you would think, would be the director of COVID vaccine research.

It doesn't completely add up. But these are just -- again, what's valuable about this, is just like, what thread are we pulling at?

What roads are we going down? If Pfizer is doing this.

The bigger problem maybe, is that this is not illegal. Remember, the ban on gain-of-function research. Was a ban by the Obama administration, that stopped public funding for gain-of-function research.

Didn't ban it. Didn't make it illegal. Trump lifted the ban on funding, and then put it back in after COVID happened.

But that funding ban is different than saying Pfizer just can't do it. They could just do this.

Now, we don't know that they're doing it. We don't know -- he kind of says, this might happen in the future.

But this is a bigger problem. We need to stop companies from even doing this.

GLENN: And if anyone thinks that's not happening.

You're -- you're living in a dream world.

STU: Well, it's legal.

We know it's happening. That's a huge problem.

GLENN: I know that. But they denied it with EcoHealth and everything else. And EcoHealth, we now know our government was paying for research that EcoHealth was doing in Wuhan, which was the gain-of-function research.

We know it now. We know it. There's proof positive of it. Everything we said, is true.

Now, we had the documents. But nobody paid attention to it, a year or year and a half ago, whenever we did that special on COVID.

We had the documents on EcoHealth. Our government is funding it. And we know it.

And we also know that more money has gone to EcoHealth, since COVID came out, from Fauci.

So it's going on. This has got to stop. It's got to stop.

We -- we are going to wipe humanity out.

I -- I swear to you, I feel like, you know the Seed Vault up in, what? Norway, Sweden, or up at the top of the world. I feel like we should just freeze some humans and put them in the seed vault. Because of all the things that we're doing, man. It's not good.

STU: Okay. Can I pick the humans?

GLENN: Can I be in? Just freeze me, please?

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Attorney: THIS is what’s DEEPLY wrong with new ATF gun rule

A new ATF ruling may turn as many as 40 MILLION Americans into felons. The rule, which concerns firearm pistol braces, doesn’t leave law-abiding gun owners with many options to obey: Either destroy the firearm, turn it in, or apply for a tax stamp that likely would take years to receive — within the next 120 days. Stephen Stamboulieh, Attorney for Gun Owners of America, joins Glenn to explain exactly what’s going on at the ATF, how YOU might avoid felony charges if affected, and specifically what it is about this new ruling makes him ‘wholly uncomfortable.’

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GLENN: We have Stephen Stamboulieh, on the phone with us. Stephen, welcome to the program. How are you, sir?

STEPHEN: I'm doing well. It's an honor to talk to you, Glenn, and even Stu.

STU: Wow. Wow.

GLENN: And even Stu.

STU: Don't lower yourself, Stephen. It's terrible.

GLENN: I've lost so much respect for you already. Hey, I watched your YouTube show, I think it was from the shot show last week.

STEPHEN: Yes.

GLENN: And I am trying to even understand what is going on, with the pistol brace rule. Because this could make 40 million Americans felons.

STEPHEN: Right.

GLENN: Has -- has this -- is this -- is this in effect now, as the clock started to tick. Where are we on this?

STEPHEN: Okay. So on Friday the 13th, they put out this final rule. But did not publish it in the Federal Register. I got back late Friday night.

I have not even checked the Federal Register, to see if it's, quote, published in the Federal Register.

But publishing it in the Federal Register, starts the clock ticking for you to do the things you need to do, to either remain compliant with the law.
Or their new law, that they just created.

Because, well, they hate all of us. Or, you know, turn in your rifle. Your pistol, whatever.

Or just ignore it, and become a felon. And go spend some time.

GLENN: Jeez.

Okay. So it could have started? We don't know yet. We can find out.

Can you see -- how do you check the Federal Register? I don't even -- how do you do that? Can the average person do that?

STEPHEN: Yeah. And that's exactly what they say. Is the average person has -- their -- their -- I can't even remember the exact language. But once it's published in the Federal Register, everyone is just deemed to be on notice, that it's been published on the Federal Register. And have knowledge of what's in the Federal Register. Even though most people don't have this masochistic streak, where they want to punish themselves by reading thousands of pages of bureaucratic regulations.

GLENN: Correct.

STU: I'm just about -- I'm on the page to search for it.

And there's 908,512 documents, which surely, I know everything that is in those documents.

GLENN: Well, you would if you were responsible and you check it every morning, like I do.

So what do you search for in this? Do you just search for, you know, bad guns?

STU: Evil gun.

GLENN: The -- the stabilizing braces?

STEPHEN: Stabilizing braces, correct.

GLENN: Okay. Look for stabilizing braces. Okay.

So once this has been published, we have 120 days to either get rid of the gun. Let me actually read this to you. This was the way it was pushed today.

Let's see, that you can get rid of the brace. Destroy -- get the tax stamp. Which is impossible. And you can explain that later. At least in time to comply.

Or destroy the pistol brace. Or you can -- or you can turn your if one into the ATF. I don't even know where the ATF is. Or you can go to prison.

So can we destroy the pistol brace?


STEPHEN: So they say that you can destroy the pistol brace. And the ATF has various methods of how you're supposed to destroy it. I mean, the easiest thing would be to crush it up. Throw it away, right?

But, yeah. That is one of your options. You can absolutely destroy your firearm, if you're so inclined to do. And you can 100 percent turn in your firearms to the ATF. I'm sure they would appreciate free guns.

GLENN: Oh, free guns. Last thing.

STEPHEN: Right. Well, for them. Right. The other thing they tell us to do, is since they're so kind. And so gracious. They're going to allow us this one time opportunity to get a free tax stamp. And, Glenn, you spoke about how hard it was to get a tax stamp. You know, you're looking at over -- over a year wait.

I mean, it's like a year wait right now. Before they want to add --

GLENN: 40 million. Right.

STEPHEN: Right. And if you take the ATF number, it's 3 million. If you take congressional research services, you know, bipartisan. They say up to 40 million.

Let's go with 40 million, right? Or anywhere in between, it doesn't matter. They're going to over -- just completely inundate the system with people trying to comply, right?

Because most citizens want to comply with the law, so they don't get their door kicked in. Their dog shot. And their gun seized. So, yeah. It's not going to happen within a year. I mean, maybe two years.

GLENN: Maybe. And you are a felon, if you have it, in those two years. Correct?

Even if they apply.

STEPHEN: So the way they say this. And this is what gives me so much heartburn over this. They're saying, we were wrong when we told you over and over and over again, that a braced pistol is not a short-barreled rifle.

It's always been a short-barreled rifle. We just said the wrong thing. And it's our bad, sorry.

So you're a felon if you have it now. But since we're such nice people. If you go through the process of registering it, right?

So you go and you do your E form one, or your paper form. Whatever. And you submit this to the ETF, along with your photographs and your fingerprints. Your address. And a picture of a firearm.

We will deem you to be in compliance, even though you have a short-barreled rifle. Because you've said it's a short barreled rifle.

Because they said it's a short-barreled rifle, and you don't have a tax stamp for it.

You are for saying in violation of the law.

But they're going to use their enforcement discretion to not come after you, assuming you do the things they tell you to do.

GLENN: Well, the ATF has also warned, reading from the article.

Americans with Pistol Braces are likely already violating the National Firearms Act by possessing an unregistered rifle with a barrel less than 16 inches.

To they're -- they're already saying, yeah. Even if you're doing all this, you're probably already a felon. This is madness.

STEPHEN: You're already committing the crime. You've committed the crime, by having, with their new definition, a brace pistol that fits into one of their multiple subjective criteria. You are committing the felony now.

And that's why they use enforcement discretion. Because you only use enforcement discretion, if you're violating the law. There's no need to use enforcement discretion, if you're not in violation of any law.

Because there's nothing to enforce.

GLENN: So let me -- so what do we do?

Because I don't think -- I mean, this can't pass a test in the courts.

I mean, it would maybe in California or New York.

But it's not going to -- even the ninth circuit, would probably even overturn this. Do we have time -- what do you do? Do you just sit here and wait it out?

STEPHEN: You know, that's a good question. What do you do? I'm wholly uncomfortable admitting to the ATF, that I have committed a felony, even though they said, they're not going to prosecute me. And their enforcement discretion. Because that changes. You've seen from almost everything the ATF does. They constantly change their minds. Along at the bump stocks. Look at the 80 percent lowers. Now look at the pistol brace. They have a demonstrable history of being wrong, and changing their mind on everything. So what's to stop them from changing their mind on enforcement discretion or saying, well, Mr. Beck, you just didn't do it good enough, and now we're going to prosecute you.

So, I mean, to answer your question, what did you do?

I mean, there's going to be some organization that will be suing them on this. Pretty soon.

GLENN: Okay. I can't imagine what that organization would be. But...

Okay.

STEPHEN: Right. Right. It's a secret to everybody.

GLENN: Yeah. It wouldn't be the gun owners of America, I'll tell you that right now.

Okay. So some organization is going to be suing them.

And how is that -- how long is that going to take?

STEPHEN: Well, it depends on -- on -- on -- oh, gosh.

So many different things.

You know, we would -- the organization would absolutely seek a temporary restraining order in a preliminary injunction throughout the litigation. Right?

So if that organization could get the rule held in, you know, abeyance law.

The court is deciding whether or not, the ATF can willy-nilly change its mind on everything.

Within 120 days, we would expect to have some kind of answer.

And 120 days is plenty enough time for the court to decide, whether or not to hold -- hold a rule, and, you know, just enjoying it, pending litigation.

I mean, it's plenty of time for them to do that.

STEPHEN: And it gives them 120 days. And it gives you lots of opportunity, in case they go against you. Can you give -- like, for instance, I live in two different counties. And I love my sheriffs.

And, you know, until this thing is worked out. Can I just go to my sheriff and say, here take this.

You can use this.

If it turns out to be a felony to own it, you guys take it. And you guys use it.

But I -- I don't want to possess it.

Because I am -- I would be the perfect target. You know what I mean?

They're not going to throw 40 million people in prison. But they will throw maybe a couple of hundred.

And that will teach everyone else. You can do this to them. We're coming for you.

STEPHEN: Right. You can absolutely turn it into your sheriff for, quote, safekeeping. While you're paying attention to what we're doing in the courts, to see if we're successful in the courts. I don't know why we wouldn't be.

I mean, this is just so --

GLENN: Obvious.

STEPHEN: It's like the definition of arbitrary and capricious. If you open up a dictionary, it would have a picture of the ATF right there.

GLENN: Yeah. But you would also have -- if this passes, then they can say, all semiautomatics.

I mean, Joe Biden is already saying, semiautomatic handguns are a problem. There's no use for them. That's every gun sold, unless you're buying an old western gun.

STEPHEN: Right. And that's funny that you say that. It just jogged my memory. I think it was the Sixth Circuit GOA bump stock case, the senior deputy counsel for DOJ could not answer whether or not all semiautomatic firearms were machine guns. Like all AR-15s.

GLENN: Right. Right.

STEPHEN: When the court asked him, h's like, I'm not prepared to answer them. And I thought, well, by God, that's a really easy question. No. The answer is no.

GLENN: Right. Right. But if you don't answer it now, you can answer it when you do it in a rule.

I mean, is this the first time that you've seen something that hasn't had a grandfather clause in it?

STEPHEN: No. Because look at bump stocks, right? After Trump directed the DOJ and the ATF to basically strike bump stocks with a pen. You know, all of them, turn them in. Mr. and Mrs. America. You're now felons.

And you've always -- this bump stock. Even though we said, prior to this, it was legal. One hundred percent legal, not a machine gun.

I know this is a common theme with the ATF.

We were wrong. And they are actually machine guns, and we are going to use our enforcement discretion, not to come after you.

However, you can't register them, because 18 USC 9220 does not allow you to have new machine guns, just prior to 1986 machine guns.

GLENN: Okay. So --

STEPHEN: You can still own a machine gun.

GLENN: Does the fact that that wasn't challenged, or did it lose --

STU: Can we say the fact that Republicans have rolled over as Trump did this and said nothing about it.

GLENN: Right. Does that hurt us on this now?

STU: Now there's more precedent for it.

GLENN: Well, what's great about the bump stock stuff, is in the Sixth Circuit, GOA 1 at the panel.

At like the three-judge panel stage, and basically, the court really just called out the ATF. And said, you can't do this. And then when -- basically, the full court. They evenly split, and an even split say bad thing. If you lose in the trial court.

Because what it does, is it affirms the trial court ruling, because the -- the court couldn't free on how it was. However, a Fifth Circuit came in for the win a couple weeks ago in the cargo case.

And basically, involved 13-3, told the ATF, bump stocks are not machine guns.

So, you know -- you know, your move to ATF.

So the circuits are split on that because all of the different circuits can't agree. And what does that do?

It sets you up for the perfect Supreme Court case.

Because you can't have Texas, Mississippi, and Louisiana, apply one federal law one way, and then the other states applying it a different way.

So the Supreme Court is going to have to step in and resolve that circuit split. Because that's a pretty big deal.

STU: Of course, all these companies that are making these things are now out of business. Right?

You know, three years down the line.

Yeah. It's like -- this is the process, which is the punishment half the time.

GLENN: So we've been talking about Stephen Stamboulieh. And he's with the Gun Owners of America.

You can follow all of the information at gunowners.org. Gunowners.org. Or you can follow Stephen on his Twitter handle @Stambo2A. I like -- Stambo2A.

Stephen, thank you so much, I appreciate it. We'll talk to you again.

STEPHEN: Yes, sir. Take care.

GLENN: You bet. Buh-bye.

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