Hillary Clinton recently claimed that Florida is dangerous for people of color and for the LGBTQ+ community. Gavin Newsom recently said those protesting Target over its pride products are America’s true extremists. And, according to the mainstream media, a Florida school recently banned from its library the poem that Joe Biden used during his inauguration. So, what’s the ACTUAL truth to these claims? In this clip, Glenn pulls from the 1600s a formula that perfectly uncovers the far-left’s LIES. You may have learned about it in high school…it’s called the scientific method, and it’s a sure-fire way to determine far-left LIES from TRUTH. Watch this clip to find out how YOU can use the scientific method daily when sorting fact from political fiction...
Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors
GLENN: The job of a conservative is to jettison the things that don't work. And to save the things that do work.
And we tend to be conservative. Let's not be hasty. Let's not move too fast. It requires a balance between a conservative, and a liberal.
Not a progressive. Progressives are just -- progressives are some entirely different thing.
A liberal is somebody who is a little more, hey. Let's push the envelope here. Let's go.
You need both sides to be able to thrive. As a human. As a company. As a country. They're two wings of a bird.
If it only has one wing. It will not fly.
So let's conserve something.
It's already been destroyed. But let's see if we can bring it back.
And it is called the scientific method.
Now, it's kind of a new concept.
It just started in the 1600s.
And it looks for empirical evidence.
It looks for things, that are true.
Well, whose truth?
Well, this is how we find out the truth.
This is a -- a procedure, that consists in systematic observation, measurement, and experiment. And then the formulation of a hypothesis.
So I think Glenn is too fat.
That's my hypothesis.
He's very unhealthy.
That's my hypothesis.
All right. Glenn, let me measure how tall you are. Now step on the scale.
Holy mother! I think my hypothesis is correct. Glenn, get on that treadmill. Forty-five seconds into it, my God, man, it's a shock you're even alive.
My hypothesis is correct. My hypothesis also, he's not only fat, out of shape, but he's also a male.
Glenn, pull down your pants. Jeez, pull them up please, quickly.
He's a male! That's how the scientific method works.
Now, if something says, you know, I step on the scale, and I'm filled with helium, and I'm like hundred 12 pounds, then the scientists goes, holy cow, that doesn't match.
My hypothesis is that he's fat. And overweight, but he's -- he looks overweight, but he weighs 112 pounds. The guy looks like he's 450 pounds.
This is how it works.
And when it comes back that way, then you have to change your hypothesis. Okay?
Otherwise, if you keep going, with all of the facts, disproving your hypothesis. You're not scientific.
You -- you don't have any brains. You know what you are?
Part of a cult. Or a religious cult. because you are denying the scientific fact.
So let's go through some of this.
Using the scientific method, let's see who is lying to us.
Hillary Clinton has come out and said, ultra MAGA Florida isn't safe for people of color, and LGBTQ+. Even Disney.
Okay. Well, that's quite a charge, and I would like to know if it's not safe for black people, then I am really upset about it.
So let's start gathering some evidence. Her hypothesis is Florida is not safe for people of color. Great, let's look at some of the facts.
The head of the NAACP has a home there. Okay. Well, now, wait a minute. Maybe he's not there. And he just bought a home when it was safe.
Okay. The stats show, that Florida is the leading state for black businesses and black entrepreneurs. Well, that's weird.
Here's another one: That they're banning black history. That's why it's so unsafe. They're banning black history.
No. They're going after things like the 1619 Project which by its own admission, is not history. It's a reimagining of history.
So so far, her hypothesis is not going well.
Well, they are -- they just -- they just banned another book.
Amanda Gorman's poem that was used at Biden's inauguration has been banned in a Florida school.
Associated Press. LA Times. USA Today. MSNBC. Rolling stone. Politico. Is that true?
No. A parent filed a complaint about the hill we climb.
And it's -- the school, K through eight. In Miami lakes, took action in response to that complaint.
What did they do?
Well, they got together. Not with some crazy parent.
But with teachers. Teachers.
And counselors. And went and looked at the book.
And they reclassified it. And said, you know what, it's for middle school. It shouldn't be for elementary.
And the book was moved from one part of the library. To another part of the library.
So which is telling you the truth?
Which -- which one is sticking to a false hypothesis, that the evidence shows, is not true.
This has to be done, on absolutely everything.
Here's a story for you today. Major journal.
Retracts a study on socially contagious transgenderism among kids.
Now, there was a study done, on the rapid onset gender dysphoria. That is the hypothesis. The hypothesis there is, we think that girls, going from gender dysphoria, of .5 percent, a year later, having it at 30 percent.
We should look into, because there's a rapid onset of gender dysphoria, mainly affecting little girls.
Why? So they did a study. They talked to 1655 possible cases from parents.
And these parents went to the doctor.
And these kids are either in transition or not.
Whatever. But what they found with these parents were the parents were concerned about their children.
Concerned enough to take a non-brief survey about the issues. And find out what they thought was going on. And their experience with this.
Well, they found out a lot.
That it looks to be social media, that is pushing a lot of this. That is captivating. And changing our children. In a really bad way.
So the paper found evidence that youth experiencing rapid onset of gender dysphoria were involved in transgender social media groups. And peer groups. It also found that youth with mental health problems were more likely to have socially and medically transitioned than those without.
That's the fact. So now this is just one study.
But this one study showed, the rapid onset of gender dysphoria is real.
And it's connected to social media.
And mental illness.
Well, it was published in a very credible magazine. Or, you know, a -- a journal.
It had been peer-reviewed. Once it's published, you get an explosion of people who are on the other side. And saying, that that is not true.
They go and say, we will never publish anything. And we will tell everyone who you are, you bigots. If you don't retract and apologize.
They did. Now, the way the scientific method works, is you look at all of the evidence.
Here's one piece. This is stopped now by someone who says, you can't even look at that.
They don't go to disprove it. They say, take it, and burn it.
Hmm. Gavin Newsom says that the -- the Target CEO, is going to come for blacks and Asians and Jews and women. Are the next victim of a systemic attack by white radicals. These are extremists in our community! Now, let's -- there's this hypothesis.
The people that are protesting are the extremists in our society. Okay.
I know my wife, she is pretty even-keeled. Otherwise, I would be dead by now.
She's very even-keeled. She's not an extremist. And she shops at Target.
I know a lot of her friends. They shop at Target. And they were all horrified, that satanic transgender crap was being sold right at the front. You know, where all the Halloween candy is, when it's Halloween. For a month. Target makes this transgender, LGBTQI2 plus, whatever. All of that stuff, right at the front. Including girl's swimsuits made for men, so they can tuck it.
Now, the people who say, no, no, no, no,, no.
This is not something as a society, we should be -- look, if you want to buy a swimsuit, I'm sure, you're an adult, you can go find the swimsuit with the tuck it pocket in it.
We do not need this in front of the store of Target.
And we're not -- we're not doing anything.
Your name, by the way, is Target. So don't talk to me about being dangerous with language.
We're not saying, you know, we're going to burn your store. We're saying, we're just not going to shop there anymore. Just not going to shop there.
Just like we don't drink Bud Light beer anymore.
Now, the other extremist is saying. The other side is saying, these are dangerous extremists.
That doesn't fit in the bucket. You have to dismiss the evidence of who is saying this. They say, it's good for business. But we know they lost shares.
They lost money on the stock market. Here just recently. Like 3 percent.
And they're losing customers.
So how is this association with the transgender Satanist?
How is this good for business? Well, I have a hypothesis, it is good for business.
But see, if you only measure the things that are obvious, you may not be able to see the full picture.
How is this good for business.
Well, who owns Target.
Who are the major shareholders?
Here are the top ten holders of Target corporation stock.
Number one, Vanguard, 9 percent.
BlackRock, 9 percent. State Street, 8 percent. Vanguard total stock market index fund, 3 percent.
Wells Fargo. Two and a half. Bank of America, two and a half.
Another vanguard fund, with another two and a half.
It is good for business.
These are all the people, that are voting with their shares. E, S, G.
And if you have these people, owning your company, of course, you're going to do that.
And you're going to say, it's good for business in the long-term, because they've already made the decision, where the American people and the people of the world, where they're mentally supposed to be on issues like this.
And it's just a matter of time, until we get all of these bigots to accept it. By the way, Allie Stuckey is going to be on with me in about an hour to talk about this.
This boycott, if it stops, you will fail. If it continues, and it becomes Bud Light, oh, my gosh, you're on the verge of a massive win.