When Mika claimed Joe Biden has hugged 5 - 10 million women without complaint so we should just get over it, Stu went straight to the spreadsheets to noodle out the math. Watch this clip as Glenn, Pat and Stu breakdown how many hugs per day it would take to get to that number. SPOILER ALERT: It's a lot!
Thankfully, many are beginning to realize the DANGEROUS influence that billionaire George Soros and his money have on elections and politics in the U.S. In fact, Soros-backed prosecutors and Attorney Generals have RUINED several of America’s biggest cities, riddling them with crime and chaos. Soros, possibly feeling the heat, recently took to the Wall Street Journal to defend his practices. But his words won’t fool Glenn. In this clip, Glenn reads the op-ed and explains why Soros' money should be BANNED from America for GOOD.
Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors
GLENN: It is time now for our George Soros update.
Yes. It's weird, the George Soros update suspiciously sounds almost like the Darth Vader theme. But I think that's purely a coincidence.
George Soros is in the news, because he's giving a lot of heat for his meddling in our elections and putting in all of these AGs that are now being thrown out of office. You can't even -- the cities can't even wait for the next election. They're like, please, make it stop. So George Soros just wrote an essay in the Wall Street, and I've had it on my desk. And I'm just -- we're getting so far behind, I just have to take -- I have to take pepperoni eyes, at his word. And say, you know, the evil emperor has spoken. So let's listen to what he has to say. And he said, like most of us. I'm very, very concerned about crime. One of government's most (snoring) important roles to ensure safety. The criminal justice system, in the more than 30 years, that I have been a -- fill-in rapist? What's a fill-in rapist? Anyway, our system is right after with injustices, that make us all less safe. The idea that we need to choose between justice and safety is false. They reinforce each other. If people trust the justice system, it will work. And if the system works, public safety will improve. No toys!
Anyway, we need to acknowledge that black people in U.S. are five times as likely to be sent to jail as white people. That is an injustice that undermines our democracy. No. Okay. Can we stop looking at things as groups, please? An injustice will happen to one person, not necessarily to a group. So let's not say, all black people are bad. Or all white people are good. Or all black people shouldn't be in prison. All white people shouldn't be in prison. What do you say? The ones who have actually committed crimes, should go to jail. I don't care what color they are. I don't care -- justice is blind. You know what would solve this? You know what would solve this? Is if we just stuck forks in all of the judges eyes. Then they would be blind. Justice is supposed to be blind. Maybe we make it mandatory. You want to be a judge? You've got to be blind. And nobody tell him what color -- he doesn't know it's a white guy that he just sentenced. Oh.
We spend $81 billion every year, keeping around 2 million people in prisons and jails. Well, if that's what it takes, to keep, you know, murderers off the streets, I'm kind of okay with that. Are -- you know, are you? Look, I am looking for ways to invest more in preventing crime, and strategies that work. Now, listen to this. He's more interested investing in preventing crime, and strategies, that work! This genders -- both safety and justice is based both on common sense and evidence. It is popular. It is effective. Is that why everybody is having a recall of all of your DA's?
Because it's so popular. You know what, forget about the stabbing and the shooting. I love this guy, when the job that they are doing in office, so much. I want to get him out of office, before the next election. They've just done such good work. Sure, we could keep him in there. But I want to reward them, by getting them out of office. That, George, is not popular. This agendas is popular. Serious scholars. Overcomes scholars. Researching causes behinds the recent increase in crime. Have pointed to other factors. A disturbing rise in mental illness among young people, due to the isolation imposed by covid lockdowns. Oh. So we're now -- we're now recognizing that that caused mental illness. A pullback of policing in the wake of public criminal justice reform protest. Those aren't criminal justice reform protest. Those were mobs in the street. That were condemning our cops, and calling them all killers. I don't know if you noticed this, George, but that little experiment led to a lot of great cops, just leaving. It led to also places, just firing a bunch of cops. Have you been to Seattle lately? Oh, it's beautiful this time of year.
When the -- when the red from the blood, kind of just kind of reflects up on the green of the trees, oh, you feel like it's Christmastime. Many of the same people, who called for more punitive criminal justice policies, also support looser gun laws. Yeah. Somebody should have a gun. Because your people are letting all of the criminals out in the street. This is why I've supported the election. And more recently, in reelection of prosecutors, who support reform. I have done it transparently. Oh, my gosh, you are so transparent. You are as transparent as a mountain. And I have no intention of stopping -- of course not. Nothing can stop you. Nothing can stop you. No sane country in the world, would allow somebody to come into the country, like George Soros, and just meddle in our elections like he's doing. Just shape -- get into bed with the left. Fund them to the tune of billions of dollars. Millions of dollars, going through all these shadow organizations. To fund everything that could destroy us. No, no, no. No. I'm serious. It's going to be very, very, very goods. Yeah. Very good.
What I want you to do is maybe put in some Russian people, in for police. You're missing police. So I thought maybe we -- I find it kind of fun. Meet Boris.
Oh. Oh, good. The police. Oh, they're going to be Russians. That's fantastic. Yeah.
Well, I -- I kind of assure people will be hurt. Legs will be broken. But, you know, you have to break some legs. Okay. Okay. All right. Hey, here's something else that he's doing. He is spearheading with Joe Biden, efforts against election integrity. He is spending all kinds of money. Just to make sure everything is safe. And comes out the way it should, you know. A proposed constitutional amendment in Michigan, by a Soros-funded group. Would prevent both stricter voter ID requirements. And a ban on private donations to election officials from being enacted. So he's -- he's like, what, I just want to give some money to some election officials. What could possibly go wrong? You call it a bribe. I call it happy money.
Federal agencies, under the Biden administration, now seeking to increase voter registration and turnout. A group linked to the left-wing mega donor, George Soros. Why are you saying this? Why are you saying my name? Is because I'm Jewish. Is pushing for a constitutional amendment, in the battleground state of Michigan, that would allow Zuckerbucks to be used in election administration.
Oh. What could possibly be wrong? Would the press leave me alone, if I said, you know what, I'm going to fund like it's -- it's like a traveling library. Except, it's a traveling little bus. That you can vote in. And I'm going to go to all of those counties that are the deepest, deepest of red. And I'm going to make sure that we get every vote. Of course, I -- I'm just funding it. I have nothing to do. I have nothing to say about it. And, oh, I've paid off some people in the -- in the local precincts. You know, just -- I'm just giving them some happy money. Would anyone in the press say, oh, that's okay for Glenn Beck to do it? No, of course not. I wouldn't do it, because I wouldn't be cool with it. The states, that is their job. Oh.
Anyway, so he is now working with Biden, funding all of this stuff. Earlier this year, Biden put out his entire cabinet, all the departments, such as housing and urban development. Health and Human Services. And the labor department. Boris is busy right now. You want more legs broken. What? They now want to turn their work and, you know, sure. I want you -- you know those assisted housing centers. Those are fantastic. Can you just register some people too?
Federal agencies are now participating in voter turnout efforts. And, by the way, I just want you to know, those agencies are all now run by Democrats. Would you be okay with this, Democrats? If Donald Trump just said, hey, guys. An hour of can't workday. Just an hour. You Democrats. You, you. Well, not you. How do you vote? Yeah. Not you. But you, you, and you. I want you to turn your agency into a voter registration agency. This is insane! Insane.
George Soros should be banned from the United States. His money should be banned. By the way, a judge in San Francisco. You know, he -- yesterday, they were like, we've got to allow none citizens to vote. Because -- because noncitizen has the word citizen in it. So they're citizens. Noncitizens. And they should vote.
Yeah. Well, there was a ruling that has just been released. The judge in San Francisco. Let me say that again. A California judge, struck down the San Francisco city ordinance, allowing noncitizens to vote. Huh. Gee. What could have gone wrong with that?
It's amazing how our government has been turned into an instrument, that is opposed to our individual rights. And protecting our individual rights. Our vote is sacred. You have a right to have your voice be heard. And you have your right, to make sure that your voice is not watered down by corruption. Or by people who shouldn't be voting. That's their priority.
This administration is using every tool they have. To do the exact opposite. This is why these -- this administrative state has to be shut down.
It's not constitutional. It is a -- it is a progressive idea. And nobody in our founding, had thought, oh, yeah. Congress will just give up their power. Why would people do that? Because they're getting rich if they do. And they don't have to answer for anything. So they just keep going to work.
Let the administration do it. And the administration doesn't -- Biden, he's -- I'm not. I mean, yeah. I hired the guy. But holy crap. What did he do? What did the administration do? Well, it wasn't him. The head. It was probably somebody down. You know, like a Lois Lerner. And we can't blame them and send them to jail. Unless, how did she vote? Yeah. We can't send her to jail. That's not the American way
The Senate Judiciary Committee's latest hearing with FBI Director Christopher Wray showcased just how little he knows about what’s happening in his department (or how little he's willing to admit). Glenn breaks down the latest revelations, from the "deeply troubling" memos sent to the entire department regarding "domestic extremists" to the shocking connections between the FBI's Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping debacle and the January 6 investigations. And he has some advice for FBI agents: "Now is the time to choose: Are you on the side of truth and real justice, or are you just standing on the sidelines?"
Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors
GLENN: Yesterday, testifying in the -- the committee in Washington, DC, was our FBI super God. And he wants you to know, that when he first heard about the FBI mishandling of the Hunter Biden information. He was -- he found it, quote, deeply troubling. Yeah. He hadn't done a damn thing about it. But he finds it deeply troubling. Which I, for one, really, truly appreciate. Let's get a couple of clips here. From Ted Cruz. Versus Christopher Ray.
Cut 14, please. Uh-huh. Ever see what I mean.
VOICE: This is a text that I was particularly struck, is the Gonzalez battle flag. Come and take it. As indicative of being a violent extremist militia, well, I will self-report now. And every day in the Senate, I wear my boots, that have the Gonzalez battle flag on the back of it.
TED: Director Ray, what are y'all doing? This makes no sense. Do -- do you agree with this FBI guidance, that the Betsy Ross flag and the Gadsden flag and the Gonzalez battle flag are signs of militia, violent extremism?
VOICE: Well, senator, I'm not familiar with the particular document you have behind you.
GLENN: Oh, I can't take it. Shut up! Okay. So stop. Stop. Stop.
I am so sick of this answer. Well, you know, I run the damn place. But, boy, I'm not aware of that -- that flier we put out to all FBI agents, saying, this is what you should look for, for domestic terrorists. You know what, I find that document. Now that you've pointed it out. I find that document, deeply troubling. Oh, yeah. Are you doing anything about it? No. But I find it deeply troubling, I'll tell you that.
The fact that you have it, and it was leaked out of my office. I'll find that damn leak, I'll tell you that right now. Then you have Ted Cruz questioning the FBI director about an FBI special agent. Listen to this. Cut 25.
TED: There was the case against individuals charged with kidnapping and murdering Governor Gretchen Whitmer in Michigan.
That case ended up an absolute debacle, where the four people who went to trial, two of them received mistrials. None of them were convicted on even a single charge. And the basis of the defense was entrapment. That the FBI, that paid enforcements for the FBI, had suggested, and had incited the conduct. Let me ask you: How many FBI agents were disciplined and reprimanded after that disastrous case, and the misconduct that led to every defendant being acquitted or having a mistrial in every charge?
VOICE: Senator, I can't comment on any personal matter. I can tell you, that that case as I understand it, is now pending a retrial, as I understand.
TED: Well, the special agent in charge of that case, has now been sent to DC to the Washington, DC, office and now leads the investigation regarding January 6th. Is that correct?
VOICE: That doesn't sound right to me.
TED: That does not sound right. The -- the name of the individual is Steven -- he was run out of the FBI Detroit field office. And, by the way, I will point out that the lead investigator, special agent track, are you aware that he was apparently fired, for allegedly beating his wife after coming home from a swinger's party, and he made multiple derogatory political posts about President Trump, showing political bias. Are you aware of that?
VOICE: I'm aware of I think the incident you're describing. An action you're declaring about it. To clarify the first part of your question, Mr. Dan Twano (phonetic) was the special agent in charge of the office, the Detroit field office. Now the assistant director in charge of the Washington field office. I thought you were asking about the agent who was responsible for these.
TED: So the guy in charge got promoted and is now in charge of the January 6 investigation.
VOICE: The guy in charge of the whole Detroit field office is now in charge of the whole Washington field office.
TED: That is astonishing.
GLENN: Okay. Yeah. I find it deeply troubling. You know, we're not going to do anything about it. But I do find it deeply troubling. Listen, if you're in the FBI. If you're in the FBI. You have a choice to make. You can sit around and wait for your retirement. Which good luck with that. No, no, no, no.
The government. Oh, they're going to give you all of this happy money. I'll bet you retire with $6 billion. Yeah. Yeah. It will be worth about 40 cents. But you go ahead and keep your retirement while they flush our government and our way of life down the toilet. If you are an FBI agent, now is the time to choose. Are you on the side of truth and real justice? Or are you just standing on the sidelines and not reporting? Are you just standing on the sidelines and saying, yeah. It can't get worse than this. Oh, yes, it will. Knock. Knock. Who is there? We will ask the questions here. Don't worry about it. It's all going to be good. By the way, the Democrats finally have their climate bill. Which I think is -- we want to thank Kyrsten Sinema. She apparently got her dome over the city of Phoenix, for air-conditioning. Oh, no. She didn't hold out for that? Oh, she was holding -- really? She was holding out for the elimination of that billionaire tax. That was in the -- that was in the climate bill. So not the climate bill. I'm sorry. It's the -- it's the anti-inflation bill. So...
STU: Do you think -- are we going to get some blockages now from the Bernie Sanders' wing. He's saying he's trying to do something about it. He's calling it a climate suicide pact. So if he votes for it, it will be interesting to see why he signed on to a climate suicide pact. Now the far left is saying, they may bail on this. They can only lose, obviously, one set. Or four or five congresspeople for this to occur.
GLENN: Right. Of course, they're bailing on it. Because the people who actually believe in climate change. Not as a vehicle, to take us to socialist town. It's great right now. The streets are alive with the sound of bloodshed.
They know, this is not going to do anything for global warming, if they're honest. You know what is included in this bill? I love this. I love it. $20 billion to pay farmers not to grow crops.
Now, when we have a -- a worldwide global food emergency coming, and our government is going to pay farmers $20 billion so they can rest those fields. They should be rested and for several years. Maybe forever. Because they've been growing stuff. And growing stuff. And they're tired. And we've just got to rest those fields forever. And I think that is money well spent. I mean, every farmer knows you have to rotate crops. And you have to rest your land. Every farmer knows that. Now the government is going to pay you to do that. And when you're struggling with things like fertilizer. And seeds. And everything else.
You're going to pay me, how much? To do nothing? Farmers, don't take it. Don't take it. Please, America has to be the breadbasket. We are going to have to feed the rest of the world. This is suicide!
By the way, just to add to it, climate alarmism, is now creating a potential for U.S. food insecurity, as anti-farm sentiment grows. Now, who isn't anti-farm? Seriously. Sure, I like to eat. But I don't want it coming from a farm. Oh. Those places are a mess. There's cow dung everywhere. They put poop on the -- on the -- on the vegetables, to make it grow. Oh, my gosh. I can't -- I hate farms.
I like food. But damn those farmers, man. I just -- what is wrong with people!
Oh, I know. The education system is teaching you to be a complete and total dummy. You should know your food comes from these farms, yeah. I know. But climate change is so bad. It would be so much better, if -- oh, I don't know. Maybe 3 billion people could just stop doing this.
The world would be such a better place, if we could all just stop doing it. Every time you do this, you are taking and you're putting poison for all of the trees and the sky and the little bunny rabbits. And every time you do this, you're stealing the air from them! Oh, my gosh. Why can't we just go back to something natural?
Okay. Sure. All right. By the way, some more good news, the Biden administration, according to a whistle-blower, thank you very much, whistle-blowers. The Biden administration let Afghans on the DOD watch list into the United States of America. While we were evacuating people. Now, that's weird. Because our people are still sitting in the lily pad countries. The countries that were just supposed to be housing them for a couple of weeks, while we move them into new countries. But because our United States government State Department would not -- I shouldn't even say. Would not vouch for anybody. Went to great extents to destroy the credibility of almost every agency out there, that is an NGO, that was saving people. They are all those people that were pulled out of Afghanistan. Are still sitting in a country, that doesn't really want them. Oh, that's good. That's good.
These allies. They love us! They're great, is what they always say about America now. Meanwhile, we could fly those guys in, that were on the terrorist watch list. Do you not see a pattern here?
Everything that is bad for America, and bad for the western world, they're doubling down on. They're importing terrorists while not letting good Christians in, that don't have any part of anything of terror. People who are atheists have nothing to do with terrorists. They're sitting some other place. While the United States government is flying in people that are on our watch list.
Well, the good news is, we'll have plenty of food to feed -- wait a minute.
For the first time in its history, Disneyland omitted Walt Disney's opening day speech from its anniversary celebration. Glenn believes it's clear why: Walt Disney created Disneyland to be the exact opposite of what Disney now is. But they're not only cutting Walt out of Disney. They're cutting America out. Glenn reviews Walt's original mission statement for Disneyland and gives a warning: We're not living in the same country anymore, and we're not playing by the same rules...
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GLENN: Let me begin with something that was deleted from the -- the anniversary, the 67th anniversary celebration of Disneyland. Every year, they start with Walt Disney. And what he said at the ribbon-cutting in 1955. They've just deleted this now. And they're trying to erase even Walt, from the Walt Disney World. Here he is, in 1955. Listen carefully, to what he said.
VOICE: We all come to this happy place. Blossom. Disneyland is your land. Here, relives fond memories of the past. And here you may savor the challenge and promise of the future. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, dreams, and the heart that created America. With a hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration to all the world. Thank you.
GLENN: Do you hear what they deleted? And can you understand why they deleted it? To all those who enter here, greetings. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideas, the ideals, and the hard facts, that created America. To send them fourth as a source of courage and inspiration, throughout the world. They haven't been doing that, in a long time. But now, they're not only cutting Walt, the founder, out of Disney. But they're also cutting America out. The America that we all grew up in, the America that we thought we knew, is gone. But it's only on hold. And it's on hold, because it is in each of us. Those of us who lived it, who know its truth, to know its promise. To have received its inspiration. It should now give us courage to continue to stand up, because we know what it was. Our kids don't.
But I want you to know, that it is only -- it's been put in a closet for a while. And it is our job to open that door, and take it back out of the closet. It's only on hiatus. If we choose. Otherwise, it is gone. I have spoken about the Holocaust for a very, very long time. And I've been called a Nazi propagandist. I've been -- I've been called all kinds of things. Because I support Israel. I support the Jews. And I really, truly believe in never forget. Never forget. And that means something, more than just telling the story. Holocaust happened. Killed 6 million Jews. Blah, blah, blah. No. Never forget means, never forget what led to that insanity. So you can stop it.
Vera sheriff was three years old, when her world collapsed. This is from the epic times. She and her family were cased chased out of Romania. And herded out of a concentration camp, in World War II. There, they were left to wait and starve. She said, the cloud of death was always there. Weekly, a list determined who would be sent where, and whether it would be death or a slave labor camp. While at the camp, she said her father died of typhus when she was five. Which was widespread through the camps. Because of cold and malnutrition. After three years, at that camp, waiting. She was rescued in 1944. She said, my mother got a wind of a few orphans, that would be transferred. And transported out of the camp. So she lied and said, I was an orphan to save my life. And that's how I wound up leaving. This began, what she calls her odyssey as a child without parents. Left to her own intuition and critical assessment of other's intentions. She said, I had to assess at a very young age, who I could trust to take care of me. She was on a train at the port of -- Constanta in Romania, where there were three boats waiting to take groups of people to Palestine. She befriended a family. However, on arrival, she found herself assigned to a boat, with other orphan children that would separate her from the family with whom she thought she could trust. So she rebelled. No matter what, I could not be convinced to get on that boat. And miraculously in the end, they gave in to me. Seasick, she fell asleep that night, only to wake up to find out, that the boat with all the orphans had been torpedoed, with who she said, she found out later, had been the Russians. Though she carried guilt for having survived. She was grateful she resisted. Because that resistance kept her alive. I do not obey authority. And it saved my life. She's now speaking out. She said, these memories of the concentration camp. And what she went through, returned in 2020. During the web of covid 19 restrictions, that spun out of control, with the help of media propaganda. She said, so now, I'm quoting, when people are obeying authority mindlessly and giving up their rights, to make decisions about their own lives. And what goes into their own bodies, I think back to that time. She's now a medical activist, and founder of the alliance for human research protection. It's a network of laypeople and professionals who work to uphold humanitarian values. And ethical standards established in the Hippocratic oath. The Nuremberg code, and the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights.
Most importantly, she just joined Scott Schara, cofounder of Amazing Grace's light shines on corporation. She said, both of them see the parallels now, between the national socialist regime in Germany, and the current medical directives being carried out in the United States, through government funding. Before I go on, I want to tell you, I played Walt Disney, because that's who we are. That's who we can be.
That's who we once were. But we are in danger of it forever slipping through our fingers, if we don't recognize times have changed. And you're not living in the same country. And playing by the same rules. Since the death of -- of his 19-year-old daughter, Grace in a hospital in 2021. And he, again, is the cofounder of our Amazing Grace is light. His daughter died in a hospital in 2021. After being injected with a combination of drugs. That he found out later was part of a federal hospital protocol. He said, what's happening is genocide. He's been crusading to tell his daughter's story, to network with others that have had similar experiences, while bringing attention to the protocols that he believes amounted to the murder of his daughter, who had Down syndrome. Under the Nazi regime, he said, medicine weaponized. As it's being today. Though the Jews were the primary target, she said, the first medically murdered victims were disabled German infants and children under the age of three.
Most people don't know this, but Mengele who was the butcher of Auschwitz. He was the guy who did all of the evil experiments on people. He was actually the head of the children's hospital, in Germany.
In the Mercury Museum, I have the last prescription that he wrote, at the children's hospital. And it is for a massive amount of the drug that he was using to kill the children, in the hospital.
This expanded into the operation titled T4, for the street address of the program's central office of Berlin. For all of the disabled of all ages, and the mentally ill and senior citizens. Because as she points out, the Nazis called them worthless eaters. T4 was a concerted effort to rid what their propaganda called The Economic Burden.
Schara pointed out to 2021 Medicare trustee report. She said, have you read it? It evaluates the cost of keeping the elderly and disabled federally funded. 39 percent of the federal budget goes to those two groups right now, who is $2.2 trillion a year. On page, 11 of the report, there's a call for a substantial change, to address the financial challenges. Quote, the sooner solutions are enacted. The more flexible and gradual, they can be. The report says. For her, the implication is while not overtly stated, a call for eugenics, that was supported by the academic elites in early U.S. history. And later adopted by the Nazis. Ten years after he took power, Hitler launched his genocide program, that had been introduced in incremental steps, with the help of propaganda, portraying the regime as heroes. What happened to grace? And what happened to many disabled and elderly in western Europe, Australia, Canada, the United States, in March and April of 2020 was medical murder. Genocide isn't new to the United States. You should know this. We started it here. We started these programs, to kill and sterilize the disabled. Here in America. The Nazis took it from us. So don't think that it couldn't happen here. U.S. Supreme Court Oliver Wendell Holmes. Voted in favor, 8-1 opinion, in the 1921 case of Buck versus Bell, which upheld the Virginia Sterilization Act of '24.
The forced sterilization of Carrie Buck, who was alleged to be mentally defective. Holmes said it would be better to prevent the mentally disabled from being born, than allow them to sap the strength of the state or let them starve for their imbecility. The principle that sustains compulsory vaccines is broad enough, to cover cutting the fallopian tubes. The justice wrote in his opinion. Three generations of imbeciles are enough. Unfortunately, she was never actually mentally disabled. Arguments for eugenics were always built on a lie, she said. But it is an ideology that continues to poison the public health policies. She said, she's very familiar with the banality of evil. And it makes mass murder possible. By making it a bureaucratic routine, that is handed down as orders to the chain of command. To the person who pulls the switch or gives the injection. No one called it murder.
The Nazis were very adept at propaganda and language, and the Jews were called spreaders of disease. Not unlike the epitaphs of those who didn't take the jab, in 2021. The unvaccinated. It was called the pandemic of the unvaccinated. The whole language was dehumanizing. To cut to the chase here. Doctors encouraged the mother to get amniocentesis tests. If the test shows that a Down syndrome or another disability would complicate the parent's life, they encourage abortion. There's an unholy union, when medicine gets in bed with the government. And the Hippocratic oath goes through the window: Do no harm. Look what Big Pharma is doing to children. Look what happened with the gender reassignment surgeries. She says, she's concerned with the elite ruling class, that is godless, believing in only what is measurable and controllable.
We should not fall into the trap, to the false light that saint will eventually ride in, to steal more souls. God's true light believes, we, the people need to reclaim the sovereignty, by learning to trust in intuition. Experience. And the ability to assess lies from the truth. That's the problem. Stop watching mainstream media. They're all reading from the same script. They're bombarding people with fearmongering. Which is exactly the same thing the Nazis did. And how they controlled the population through fear. Have no fear. And if I may quote our Holocaust survivor, America resist. Wake up. And stop obeying.
The Biden administration has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. But is it treating it like one? Glenn and Stu review just how different the Left's response to monkeypox has been from its draconian response to COVID-19, despite this time actually having the tools and knowledge needed to stop the spread...
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GLENN: So, Stu, the Biden administration has declared monkey pox a public health emergency. Now, is this a public health emergency? I mean, are we all -- aren't we clear? I mean, it's really simple. And it has nothing to do with gay people at all. Nothing. Seriously, nothing. I think we could make a really clear rule. You can comment in a second. I think we can make a really clear rule. Don't have sex, or actively cuddle with anyone who has open weepy sores.
Now, I never thought I would have to say that, but I guess we do. Don't just roll around naked with somebody, with sores. Don't snuggle up to someone's face, who has open, weepy, pussy sores. Don't do it. That's the way we solve this, and it's not really that hard of a problem. Is it?
STU: You are really demeaning the OS community, the open sore community, Glenn. Where is their fun in all of this is this? Yes. Very sad.
GLENN: I know. All those people -- who are -- who are really downtrodden people. People who have been ignored. The open sore society. I -- I do apologize to you. But you are the problem. You know, that say, I have open weepy sores. And yet, I'm going to rub them all over somebody else. That's a problem.
STU: Yeah. There are these questions that are going on. Is this an issue that is specific to the LGBTQIA2+ community. And the answer to that is yes and no.
No, it's not the only way you can pass it. Right? You can have other -- like, you can have intimate contact. You can have skin-to-skin contact, over long periods of time. You can touch an open sore, put it in your eye. There's other -- there's other ways you can pass it.
However, and this is the important part. The other side of it too, which is the yes side of it. 98 percent of cases, are in the community of men having sex with men.
GLENN: With men.
STU: With men. Uh-huh.
GLENN: Now, I do want to -- I guess you could say that you're bisexual. So that makes you not gay. But it doesn't make you heterosexual.
STU: Right. So this has been a thing. Because I've been fascinated by this terminology. Because what we typically do, Glenn. In the English language, let's say. Is we have something like a hamburger. And a hamburger is a word that is used to symbolize a definition of something else. A piece of cow, fry it up on a griddle. Put on a -- a couple of buns, with lettuce, tomato, and other toppings. We don't say it like that. Because if we talk like that. It would take six months to get through anything. So instead, we come up with a word that summarizes all of that. Called a hamburger. Now, in every news story in America, about monkey pox, the -- the story is men having sex with men. Which is fascinating, because that -- we have words that would define sexual activity. If we actually even have abbreviations, right? Like we have LGBTQQIA+. We all understand that sort of behavior. To have to describe it every single time, is a bit arduous, linguistically, I would say. Yeah. And it's -- you know, it's also something that I don't want -- if I have very young children. I don't want to be in in the car. Like you may be right now, with your child. And they look up and say, what do they mean, men having sex with men, mommy?
STU: I will say, if you made it through the open source conversation. And you're still here with your little kids. That's on you, okay? That's on you, as a parent.
GLENN: Kids can have open sores. And it's not monkey pox. Of course, anyone I see with a cold sore or anything. My first response is, it could be monkey pox. It could be cancer. But probably monkey pox.
STU: Can I bring up one other part of this? And I don't think it's getting nearly enough attention right now. Which is how badly Joe Biden has screwed this up.
I -- it's -- it's -- yeah. I know. It's hard to believe. But, first of all, you know, this isn't saying it's a pandemic. It's saying it's a public health emergency, which the LGBTQIA2+ community is upset about it. And they're upset about it for one reason. Because they waited so long to declare a public health emergency. This just helps direct funds, and all the things that it does. But the interesting part about that, it appears that Joe Biden and his administration did not make it a public health emergency, earlier. Because they did not want to add stigma to the virus. And to gay people, who might be getting it. Or excuse me, men having sex with men, who might be getting it. So they for woke purposes, do not stigmatize. They didn't make it a public health emergency. Didn't make it into a bigger deal within the communities affected. And that has made the problem worse.
STU: There's more.
GLENN: I have to make sure I have this right. I know. I just want to make sure I have this right. So when Reagan was slow on AIDS, because he said, it's only a gay disease.
STU: He didn't say.
GLENN: Right. Right. But they claimed that he was -- he hesitated because it was only a gay disease. And -- and then, when he saw Rock Hudson, who was gay, but a friend. They say, that's when he was interested.
And they were really upset, because obviously, inaction kills people. So they said, he was an evil, evil dude for that. Are they going to say the same thing about Joe Biden? Because while he did it for the opposite reasons, I don't want to bring stigma, to the disease. I mean, if it's a disease, I think it's already got as much stigma on it, as --
STU: Sores are the stigma.
GLENN: The stigma. Yeah. Yeah.
STU: When you have open sores, there's stigma attached to that.
GLENN: Unless you've been harpooned. Then that open sore should be something that you should check anyway, but may not be monkey pox. But now that he has had people die from it. No, not anyone died from it. Because it generally doesn't kill people.
But, anyway, now that he's hesitated, are they going to hate him?
STU: I don't know. That's a good point.
And you're correct. Zero people in the United States have died. I think it's nine worldwide have died from monkey pox.
Now, look, you could say it's going to get worse. That may happen. And it's something serious.
It's scary. It's apparently very, very painful, and terrible to deal with. But there's more to this story.
Which the thing is -- and this is unlike covid, right?
This is not like, we have a new virus. And we're like holy crap. What do we do? We better get operation warped speed. We better get all these medicines in the pipeline. All these things going on. We already have a vaccine for this, already ready.
It was something that we had already gone through, for smallpox. And the smallpox vaccine works on monkey pox. Now, not too long ago, Glenn, we had 20 million doses of this vaccine, which we just let expire.
Now, that -- so now, when we need it, we don't have it. And that's not all Joe Biden's fault. But the second part of it is. Which is he -- let me give you this. This is from the New York Times. By the time the federal government had placed its orders. Because we waited too long.
The vaccine's Denmark-based manufacturer Bavarian Nordic, had booked other clients, and was unable to do the work for months, officials said. Even though the federal government had invested well over $1 billion into the vaccine's development. So we helped make the vaccine. Then we had 20 million doses that we let expire. And it was so bad, that Health and Human Services so miscalculated the need, that on May 23rd -- this is not like two years ago. Five years ago. When you might understand, we don't think monkey pox is coming. On May 23rd of this year, they allowed Bavarian Nordic, the vaccine manufacturer, to deliver 215,000 fully finished doses that the federal government had already bought. To European countries, instead of holding them for the United States.
GLENN: Well, I think it's another fine decision by the Biden administration. I mean, it fits right in.
STU: Of course, it is.
GLENN: Can I ask you this: Listen to this. There's a new guide out. Okay. A new guide, how to protect yourself. And it says, if you discover a bump on your skin, but you still want to -- and I'm not making this up. Share in the fun of a gay fetish festival.
STU: Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
GLENN: But you have a bump on your skin, that might be monkey pox, you should, quote, cover it up with a Band-Aid or clothing before you go out.
Now, that's interesting. That's really interesting.
STU: That's fascinating.
GLENN: So I'm going to add -- I'm going to add open weepy sores to Band-Aids now, okay?
So the San Francisco -- San Francisco had their annual Up Your Alley street fair.
And the -- the California senator, Scott Wiener. Which is -- which is --
STU: His name.
GLENN: He's a senator.
And they told potential attendees of the fetish festival. How to remain safe. Wiener -- I'm sorry. The senator, shared a guide from the organization on Core Alley, without fear of monkey pox. Core Alley, is the Up Your Alley street fest. And they said it was really great guidance on monkey pox. So we can continue to have fun, while reducing risk. Well, now, wait a minute. I'm not sure that going ahead, with the up your alley fetish festival, is necessarily the best idea. Now, remember, this is coming from California. But remember, our own government, as soon as the Biden administration got in. One of the first things they did, was put out advice on how you can safely attend orgies.
STU: Uh-huh. Uh-huh.
GLENN: So now they're doing this. Now, I just -- you know, this -- wiener says, you know -- you know, that we have to -- we have to, you know -- you know, just go out there and have fun. But, you know, put a Band-Aid on. You know, and -- and, but just go -- just go out and have fun. You know what I mean?
But here's what he said in 2020 about covid.
We need a national mask mandate, period. That's how we'll beat this virus. He went on to say, here recently, about the monkey pox. That we don't need any top-down rules. People should decide what -- what is right for them. When it comes to their health.
STU: Hmm. Fascinating.
GLENN: And -- and, you know, I just -- before I take a quick break, I was thinking of this. And I want a response that is intellectual and accurate.
GLENN: And accurate on how I feel. So I would -- so I would -- I would just to senator wiener, up your alley. No, it sounds like a great time. Anyway, let me tell you about blinds-dot -- hmm?
STU: Not up your alley. Up yours.