SHOCKING inflation price comparisons show Biden is FAILING US

What did a gallon of milk, a dozen eggs, a lightbulb, or a loaf of bread cost at the grocery store before Biden entered the White House? And what do those items cost today? What are they projected to cost in 2024, if America continues down its current path? Glenn details all those price comparisons — plus more — showing just how badly the Biden administration — thanks to its inability to handle inflation — is failing us. 'We MUST turn this around,' Glenn says. 'But our government, our fed, and our administration are incapable of taking the right steps.'

Inflation by the numbers


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GLENN: All right. I want to talk to you about a couple of things. First of all, I want to build this case with you, I'm going to tell you exactly what I'm doing, and what I think you should do as well.

Well, I was going to do it, and then I decided not to. Because I've had so many boating accidents lately, Stu. So many boating accidents.

STU: You, just as a friend, don't think you can boat. Because you can't seem to keep these things afloat. What are you making them out of? Cement.

GLENN: I know. And the latest, gone. Gone. Down at the bottom of the lake.

STU: Did you think about maybe getting a submarine, going down there, getting your guns.

GLENN: I can't do it. It's too deep.

STU: Too deep?

GLENN: Anyway, so I'll give you some solutions here to this. But I want you to listen carefully, and check all these numbers yourself. If you care to.

First, you have a problem with inflation. We all know that. We all can feel it. We can see it. It wasn't caused by Russia. It is caused by the Federal Reserve. It is caused by spending too much money, and printing even more.

I say it's caused by the Federal Reserve. They didn't spend the money. Yes, we have a debt now of $30 trillion, that if interest rates go up to about five or 6 percent, we will not be able to afford anything, but the interest on that debt.

Okay? Now, we know that's happening. The Federal Reserve also has printed and given the banks untold trillions of dollars. We know that they gave $30 trillion to the bank. By -- to the banks, by 2010. That news has just been released due to a FOIA request. We have no idea what they've done in the last two years.

STU: Okay. Can I just add to your point on interest here, Glenn? This is according to Brian Riedl over at the Manhattan Institute. For every point that interest rates go up, just a point, that adds $30 trillion to the debt. Over the next, I think it's 30 years. Which is the same amount, that we would spend in that period.

On defense. So every single point, interest rates go up, we owe another $30 trillion, at like -- we're adding an entire new U.S. military every time one of these things goes up one point.

GLENN: So we just raised the interest rates, the fed did by a quarter point. And said, five to seven more hikes are coming. Okay?

STU: My gosh.

GLENN: All right. So let's just talk about real stuff here for a second.

I wanted to show you what the price of things were, what the price of things are. And what the price of things will be, by -- by Election Day, 2024. Okay?

We must turn this around. But our -- but our government, and our fed, and our administration, are incapable of taking the right steps.

This is just inflation. The numbers I'm going to give you, just inflation. This doesn't include extra regulation or shortages, or anything else. This is just because the value of your dollar is going down.

Prices aren't going up. The value of your dollar is going down. Now, I use not 7.9 percent CPI to project into the future. I used shadow status. The reason why I did this was because everybody was comparing this to the days of Jimmy Carter. No. It's worse than the days of Jimmy Carter. I'm using the shadow status. Because this is the way the government calculated inflation in 1980. They changed that calculation because it was looking bad for the United States government and the fed. So they changed it. But if we look and measure the same things. The same way. We'll get the inflation rate that is 15.5 percent, not 7.9 percent. So this is from Shadow Stats. That's how we calculated these. I made some chart, but I'll read them off. In case you happen to be watching TheBlaze, you'll see the charts. If not, let me just tell you where we're going to start, and that is with hamburgers.

When Biden was elected, when Biden was elected, a hamburger was $4.40. Today, I think you guys are working on the wrong -- you're working on the wrong end of the -- that's the last slide. Look for hamburger.

When Biden was elected, it was $4.40. Today, it's $6.01.

STU: Jeez.

GLENN: 2024. November. The time the next election, just with inflation, that's it. No food shortage. Nothing. Just due to inflation, are you better off than you were four years ago? Hamburger was $4.40. A hamburger will be $7.95.

STU: Wow.

GLENN: When Biden was elected, this is just due to inflation. When Biden was elected, gas was $2.18. Today, it's 4.41. November 24th, with no shortages, no war, nothing. Just from inflation. 5.83. When Biden was elected, milk was $3.20. Today, it's 3.89. Just through inflation, in November 2024, the price of Biden milk will be $5.15.

STU: I got news for you, I don't care what the price is, I'm not drinking Biden milk. That just sounds icky. You can milk anything with a nipple.

GLENN: You're not the one milking him either. It does.

When Biden was elected, the price of a lightbulb was 1.57. Today, it's 2.55. A price of a lightbulb, when the presidential election in 2024 is happening, will be 3.37.

When Biden was elected, eggs, a dozen, 1.45. Today, 2.35. November '24, 3.11. When Biden was elected, 1.50 for bread. Today, it's 1.67. November 2024 projection, 2.21. That number is going to be wildly different, and you'll understand why, here in a minute. When Biden was elected, just because of inflation, houses were 358,700. Today, they're 414,123. November '24 projection, 547,885. That's the average home.

STU: Gee.

GLENN: When Biden was elected, $22,095 -- what? $22,951 was the price of a car. Today, it's 30,603, if you can get one just -- just through -- just through inflation, that number will jump from 30 to 40,488.

STU: Just some quick personal news here, Glenn. I celebrated this weekend, my seven-month anniversary, with an order of my car.

Thank you. It's still not here. They haven't even taken the order yet. But seven months in, I'm doing well.

GLENN: That's great. That's great. Have you thought about a horse?

Now, let me give you something else. Now, these are just projections, and you can find -- we'll publish all of this. You can find how we made all these projections. But they are just projections. These numbers can change dramatically. But we wanted to add in the geopolitical instability factor.

So we know about wheat. And I've got something I've got to share with you in a minute.

We know about wheat. But we are kind of -- we're being, I think, very conservative on some of these numbers.

A hamburger. The price I just told you, add 25 percent, if things continue to go geopolitically as they are.

Gas, if things continue, the instability factor, you'll need to add 30 percent to that gallon of gas. 15 percent added for milk. 5 percent for lightbulbs. 15 percent for chicken.

I don't think -- or, sorry, for eggs. I don't think that's high enough. You'll understand why, here in a minute. Bread, up 30 percent. Housing, down 25 percent. And cars, down by 25 percent.

I agree with the housing, not necessarily so with the projection of the cars. But I left this to the experts and be our team to put together the numbers.

Number two, I'm going to take a one-minute break. And then I'm going to tell you the truth, that no one is willing to talk about, about what's really going on with food.

And why you need to begin to prepare, right now.

GLENN: Stu, have you ever listened to the podcast, all-in.

STU: Yes.

GLENN: Okay. Really good. Really bright guys. Generally speaking, more independent now. But they've all been Democrats. Staunch Democrats. I think, except maybe one of them.

And they're all experts. In different fields. And all friends. David Freedberg is one of them. And I was listening to the podcast. And they asked David a question. Now, David used to work for Monsanto. And he doesn't work there anymore.

But he believes in, you know, Monsanto. Think GMOs, et cetera, et cetera. If you're against GMOs, don't dismiss him. Because I got the facts from him, on the stats. But we're not talking GMOs. We're just talking about looking at the market, and what is really happening.

So when you're looking at food, understand that 15 percent of all global calories, come from wheat and rice. 25 percent. Sorry. 15 percent.

One-third of all of our wheat, comes from Russia and Ukraine. We're supposed to be planting crops, all around the world, right now, for wheat.

Not happening in much of Russia. Not happening anywhere in Ukraine. Next stat you need to understand, our food supply -- you know how the cars had just in time. Our production lines were all just in time.

And that's why we can't make cars. Because there are parts, that are sitting somewhere, you know, crossing the ocean. Sitting on a dock someplace. The whole supply chain has broken down. Because it's just in time. It arrives just in time to put it into the car. When you have a disruption, it just bogs everything up. And unclogging, we don't really even know if we can unclog it, and get it started again. But it will take years to do it. That's the supply chain, for stuff. The supply chain for food is 90 days. We have 90 days' worth of food in the supply chain. That is from the grocery store, to the garden, and everything in between. If it stops, we stop -- let's say, we for some reason stop all farming, we would have 90 days left of food worldwide. Okay? 25 percent of all global production, is food. We're about to lose 12 percent of production. That means, we're losing half of our food supply, of wheat. Half of our wheat food supply.

This is going to hit places like Africa first. And it's going to hit places of poverty, unlike anything we've ever seen.

800 million people, currently on earth, live below 1200 calories per day. So you know, the Germans would not allow Jews to have more than 600 calories a day.

So they're only double the amount of calories, that the Jews got, during the Holocaust. And we all remember what they looked like.

If they're at 1200 calories today, and they're in -- in places that are poor, which they most likely are, those calories will be either cut off or greatly reduced.

Now, the bigger problem is fertilizer. And energy. The energy price for run the trackers. To run the trucks. To run everything else.

And the price of phosphorus and potassium, potash, and Nigeria. Those are the three major things we use, to make fertilizer. Natural gas, 90 percent of ammonia is made from natural gas. Prices in natural gas, have doubled. And in some places, gone up 4X.

It's gone from $200 a ton, to $1,000 a ton. Phosphorus, 10 percent of the phosphorus from Russia, and 20 to 25 percent of all of the potash comes from Russia. It's now been banned in Russia. They cannot sell it. We cannot buy it.

They said, oh, you're going to cut us off at the bank. Great. We'll cut you off on this.

Potassium is up to $700, phosphate went from 250 to $700. This is causing so much stress on the farmers. That farmers all around the world, are not planting their fields.

They are reducing the acreage. Because without fertilizer, you're not growing much. So why plant all those fields? It's not going to be a good year, they're thinking.

So as they -- as fertilizer goes up, they pull more and more acres. So far, the price of corn has doubled. Soybeans. Wheat. Skyrocketing. The strategic food reserves, in some parts of the world, are now opening.

We better have perfect weather all over the world. Just because, if things continue the way they are and don't turn around quickly, and we can't get fertilizer, hundreds of millions of people, will experience famine by the end of the year.

We need to do everything we can to support our farmers, we need to understand what's coming. And you need to have a garden, plant some seeds. Live by a farm, and help them. Or start storing food now.

More on this, in a second.

GLENN: Rising fuel prices are taking a toll on small businesses. Owners from everything from furniture retailers to swimming pool service companies are trimming their services and revising contracts because the financial hit is getting worse and worse and worse. Keeping store owners wide awake, trying to figure out, what are we going to do?

Well, first of all, there's a couple of things we should do. Let me go back to food for a second. The governments around the world are buying up large swaths of food right now. Commodity prices going up. Not just because of traders. But because of governments are trading -- governments are like, we're going to buy our corn right now. And first in, first out.

Countries like -- that are in Africa, they're going to have a really hard time. They're not going to get the food, that they desperately need. But neither are other countries as well. We're all going to take a real hit on this. Especially if we don't have good weather. If we -- you know, we don't have fertilizer. We should, as a nation, be doing everything we can right now to help the farmer. Everything we can, right now, to get fertilizer. You know, everybody is worried about the price of inflation for the average person. Okay. That's really bad. And we're all hurting. But if we don't take care of the farmer right now, and get him fertilizer, and make sure he can afford the things that he can afford. Or they have to afford.

Our inflation is the least of our problems, it will be shortages, next year. Now, they are -- governments are buying up food. But governments all over the world now, are also, while they're doing that, telling you not to hoard. And I'm telling you, also, not to hoard. But I am telling you to prepare for your family. And then others, that will be hungry.

We have to help each other, through this. There are going to be people, who just can't make it. And they'll have to bring another skill. It's going to be barter, I guess. But we're just going to have to help each other. If you can grow food, plant this spring. Anything you can do it ease the burden on your family. And others, do it. When you go to a store, if you are going in, and you're going to buy macaroni and cheese, and you only need one box, buy two. Put one away.

Use the other one. When that one box is done, don't reach into the pantry to get it. Buy a second box. As I showed you just a few minutes Al Gore, just because inflation, that box, a year from now, will be costing you a lot more money at the store.

And when you hit a breaking point, you'll have some food storage. But be careful on what you think your breaking point is. Because real, real trouble is coming, and we have to be prepared, and we have to be prepared to help others.

That -- this is, I think, the beginnings of the times when I have felt, since the beginning with you, that you are going to may a role in saving this nation. And I think this is the beginning of it. Preparing for those in need.

And it is going to be really, really, really hard, because you're going to be like, I prepared, they didn't.

I know. I know. But we're in this together. You have to take care of your family first. But we're in this together.

That doesn't mean, that -- that doesn't mean that you should tell the world what you're doing. Because governments will come in. And they'll start to make it illegal to hoard food. They will start to demonize people first.

As hoarders. This is a while away, I think.

But that's what will happen.

So just keep your mouth quiet, and it don't be needs to know your business. Just urge the people who get it, to go in just store some food, for their family.

And -- and create a network, if you will, of people who think like you. And really understand what's coming. And just help each other. Just help each other.

STU: So how real do you think the food shortage thing is?

GLENN: I think food shortage in places like India and Africa, I think millions are going to die. Millions will die. Probably worse than anything we've ever seen.

STU: Oh, my God.

GLENN: If -- if they come up with a solution today, and crops get into the ground, maybe not.

But -- but it will still be a problem, because we're not getting fertilizer. So it will be a situation where maybe we as a -- as the top market in the world, be are able to acquire this stuff, but at way higher prices.

GLENN: Way higher prices.

STU: Down the line, the -- the poorer countries aren't even able to acquire it at all.

GLENN: Yeah. Or very, very little. It will be Ethiopia, on a grand scale. Do you remember what Ethiopia was like?

STU: Oh, yeah. I remember all the commercials. And we had the, We Are the World song out of that. That was not worth it. I don't know if it solved it. If it did, still -- no offense, to the African people, but I think they would oppose the song over being saved.

GLENN: I don't think so. It might be a little --

STU: They would rather starve to death. Look, I may be speaking for an entire continent here. But I think if they can go back to the '80s and they said, look, would we have generations of our people be alive, or that stupid song play again, they would -- they would choose, they would choose to delete the song, and sadly, have -- deal with the repercussions of that.

GLENN: Well, we don't have Michael Jackson around, to make a song this time.

STU: That's right. We're screwed.

GLENN: It is going to be bad. It is going to be bad everywhere.

And forget everything else. Just know that a 25 percent of fertilizer comes from Russia.

STU: Just the 25 percent.

GLENN: But just 25 percent.

STU: So what do you do here? I think it's easy for us to say, we've done everything wrong. It's easy. But look at the effects of what we've talked about with inflation. The things you're talking about. Thirty and 40 percent increases are nothing compared to, if we internalize all the production in the United States. If we got rid of all this global trade, our prices would go up way more than 30 to 40 percent. Your TVs are no longer $400 for a 60-inch. I'll tell you that much. All this stuff goes away, without all the global trade. And all the things associated with it. The theory going back, as -- as globalization, not in the nefarious, you know, UN running our lives sort of way. But in the, hey, we're going to trade with countries because we can turn up production. And certain countries will do certain things well. Others will do others. We'll all combine our efforts, and this is why you have Walmart and prices are really low there.

So that goes in, and one of the theories was, as we saw new countries get into that system, those countries tended to moderate. They wanted to be involved in the global trade, so they didn't act like psychopaths all the time. So our theory was, if we embrace countries like Russia, and like China, they will over time, be so interested in these markets, that they will stop acting like psychopaths. Now, I think we've seen that with those two countries, that has not worked out that well. However, you've seen it in other areas. Japan is a good example of it working out pretty well. So what do you do?

Do you wait longer to bring them in?

Because it seemed like, you bring them in as an incentive to let them change. And instead of letting them change first, and then allowing them in.

GLENN: Right. So I think this is the key. Out of 170 countries, 95 do not have on their books -- ninety-five countries do not have on their books, illegal slave trade. They have not made slave trade illegal.

STU: Really?

GLENN: Ninety-five.

STU: That's a mind-boggling stat. Ninety-five countries.

GLENN: Ninety-five countries have not passed anti-slavery.

Now, there's a lot of countries, probably in that number. I don't know all the countries. But I'm sure there's some that don't have a problem with the slave trade.

STU: Of course.

GLENN: However, we should set our limits. And this has been common sense for a very, very, very long time.

If your government doesn't have the same kind of understanding about human rights, we shouldn't be doing trade with you.

STU: Just at a basic level, right? You don't have to match all of our policies, but you got to respect human life.

GLENN: Men are born to be free, okay?

Okay. If you enslave people or build concentration camps or have gulags or whatever, no. I don't think we should do business with you.

And that's why we're enslaved to these very, very low prices. It's not that we're getting -- some of this stuff we are.

It's not that we're hiring people at very low cost and then putting them in slavery. We're getting stuff, some places at a very low cost, because the cost of living is so low. So they're making a decent wage in their country.

STU: For their area.

GLENN: Yeah. For their area.

STU: When a lot of these factories open, the line is around -- it's a mile long to get jobs at this place. Because it's the best job available to that community.

GLENN: Correct. Correct. However, that's not the case in China. Now, there might be people lining up around the block in China to have a job here, but they also enslave people. So no. If your country is so diametrically opposed to our system, no. That would include Saudi Arabia. That would include Iran.

That would include Russia. China. North Korea. All of these countries, that just don't see the world and people the same way.

STU: And I think too, this points to another one of the undersold failures of the Biden administration. That people are not talking about.

Which is, when Donald Trump was president of the United States, our relationship with India was never better. They loved Donald Trump there.

GLENN: Yeah.

STU: Now they've decided to side with Russia.

GLENN: And China.

STU: And China. And our option, right? If we were to lose China, as a manufacturing hub. Our easiest replacement is going to India. Where it's a little more expensive. But not a lot more expensive. And if they're a close ally. There's some synergy there. We can still probably make products at reasonable prices. And help someone -- they always call it, the global democracy. The largest global democracy. India is the biggest country that has some of the trappings of what we would respect as a government.

And we seem to be losing that right now. And that's -- and that's a big deal.

GLENN: We're going to lose them. We're going to lose Taiwan. We're going to lose possibly the Philippines. We will lose Vietnam. All of those countries, that provide low-cost labor. We'll lose all of those, if we continue down the path we're on. That will leave us with just half the world. Huh.

Almost like what The Great Reset is calling for.

STU: Uh-huh.

GLENN: They will offer the solution of the end of globalization. You'll hear that. This is the end of globalization. We've got to do things. We've got to do things closer to home. And so it will appear to be the end of globalization. But it will not be the end of globalization.

It will be what you interpret as more global controls. But we'll make stuff closer to home. And not with China or Russia.

Uh-huh. Really? Because we're currently doing a deal with Iran. Just saying.

STU: It's going to work out well.

GLENN: This is the nightmare that's coming.


Debunking Outrageous LIES from the New Hulu Series, ‘The 1619 Project’ | Ep 247

Remember this quote from George Orwell’s “1984”? “Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.” The Left is trying to erase the truth of our past to control our lives NOW.

For example, did you know there was also a white, European slave trade? That Thomas Jefferson intended to get rid of slavery during America’s founding? That only two colonies voted against including the abolition of slavery in the Declaration of Independence? Glenn sets the record straight on some of the history forgotten by "The 1619 Project" — a “project” that evolved from “journalism” by Nikole Hannah-Jones of the New York Times into curriculum for school districts in all fifty states and into a documentary series airing on Hulu.

"The 1619 Project's" premise is that America was founded and built on slavery alone and continues to suffer because of this ultra-racist foundation. It dovetails perfectly with the critical race theory blanketing America’s education system, for which Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is being raked over the coals this week after blocking a high school Advanced Placement course on African-American studies.

"The 1619 Project" is a political agenda dressed up as history and gets so many historical facts absolutely WRONG. Glenn takes you into the American Journey Experience vault to reveal artifacts from one of the largest private collections of pilgrim and Jamestown history. He’s joined by Elijah O’Neal, the head of the education department at the American Journey Experience, who brings the evidence to debunk the LIES about America being pumped out in the news, in our classrooms, and now in our living rooms.


Biden sends Ukraine TANKS. Does he WANT war with Russia?

Why would President Biden send U.S. tanks to Ukraine? Tanks are an offensive tool, not a defensive one, and this latest move from Biden (and Europe) will only bring us one step closer to World War 3 with Russia. In this clip, Glenn explains why this decision makes NO SENSE...unless there’s a reason Biden and the far-left may actually WANT to engage in war. And as we face the ‘inevitable’ fall of the West, Glenn explains, there is one, big reason why several global superpowers may want world conflict to cover their tracks…


How a HORRIFIC COVID mask dispute in Canada led to this woman's DEATH

Denise Warriner is on a mission to find justice for her sister’s awful, 2020 death. Recently released CCTV footage shows 43-year-old Stephanie Warriner sitting in a wheelchair in a Canadian hospital. Warriner, who suffered from COPD, lowered her COVID mask because she was struggling to breathe. A horrific confrontation then occurred between Warriner and several hospital security guards. The men then move her seemingly lifeless body to another area of the hospital. She died two weeks later. Denise, who for THREE YEARS has been urging Canadian officials to try those responsible for her sister’s passing, joins Glenn to detail her efforts and the lack of action from Canada she’s seen as a result. Plus, she explains how YOU can get involved…

The back story

Prior to Denise's on-air interview, Glenn's producer contacted Ontario Premier Doug Ford, Ontario Attorney General Doug Downey, and University Health Network CEO Dr. Kevin Smith. She inquired what was being done regarding Stephanie's death, including the security guard who dragged Stephanie down the hospital hallway, and the security guard who altered the security cameras to avoid capturing the confrontation.

Their responses were disappointing, to say the least. Premier Ford's office did not respond. The University Health Network, the hospital chain where Stephanie's death occurred, simply wrote:

UHN will not comment on a court's decision nor on matters of individual employment or discipline.

The response indicates that the hospital network won't do anything proactive regarding the staff responsible for Stephanie's death.

Screenshot of email correspondence between Glenn's producer and UHNCourtesy Glenn Beck staff

The office of Ontario's Attorney General, Doug Downey essentially "wiped their hands" of any responsibility regarding Stephanie's death.

Screenshot of email correspondence between Glenn's producer and Attorney General Doug Downey's officeCourtesy Glenn Beck staff

As Glenn said, the response is simply from a "weasel" who wants to avert any responsibility from his office.

Though these offices attempt to divert responsibility, Glenn puts it simply: Stephanie Warriner was "killed for improper mask wear..." in a hospital, where she should have received treatment for her underlying condition. Instead, she was pinned against the wall, dragged through the hallway, and died.

We have to hold these parties responsible.

Graphic showing contact information of Doug Ford, Doug Downey, Dr. Kevin Smith, and Justice Sean Dunphy.Glenn Beck / Staff, International Insolvency Institute, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, University Health Network


Glenn: Far-left is RUINING COMEDY

The far-left ruins nearly everything is touches. Thankfully, as proven in a recently released statement from M&Ms, large corporations are beginning to learn that consumers are tired of their woke policies. But there’s still one, major component of society that’s at risk of succumbing to the far-left’s cold, evil touch: Comedy. In this clip, Glenn explains how the left is RUINING comedy because it makes you happy and they HATE that you can enjoy life with them…


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GLENN: I want to talk to you a little bit about the loss of meaning. This is one reason, I just when we such high suicidal rates now. Is because nothing is true. Nothing means anything.


Nothing. Nothing.

And the things that are given meaning, are ridiculous. Okay?

Like, for instance, race. It's ridiculous. Why are we arguing about race?

Race doesn't make a difference. Nothing. Nothing.

It's the -- the merit inside of each of us. It is what you do with your life.

Everything that is given power today, is meaningless. And it's all part of that woke culture.

Last year, and I can't -- I can't take this. And I'm going to be going to address this once. Last year, the M&M spokescandies. There's no such thing as a spokes candy.

Got a refreshed look to reflect today's society. I don't know about you.

But as I'm getting ready to watch a movie, and I see the M&M guys strapped to that rocket, about to go off, all I'm thinking is, can we stop with this stupid commercial?

I've got my box of M&Ms. I want to watch the movie. I don't ever really fear for their life. But maybe that's me. Yesterday, the M&M brand continues, quote, to evolve, to reflect a more dynamic progressive world, that we live in.

Now, our lives were destroyed by, you know, the women -- you know, the womanly green M&M. And our life has been made much richer, when she became nonbinary. I don't know about you. Yesterday, the M&M Mars company made a statement announcing an indefinite pause on their spokes candies. Because they realize that even a candied shoe can be polarizing. Which is the last thing that M&Ms wanted, because they were just trying to bring people together. Really?

So their new spokesperson is Maya Rudolph, who spent three years on Saturday Night Live. You can find her funny or not find her funny. You know, whatever. The company says, they chose her, because they want to make things fun again. And she's still inclusive. Really?

Because here's the problem. You could have Jesus. But the minute Jesus comes down and your candy company says, say these lines, and they're woke lines, you know, a lot of people will be turned off by that. So you really stopped being inclusive. Name one figure that is inclusive right now, that's not polarizing to at least half the country.


The reason why, because you have to play the game. If you're going to work for these companies, you have to have the right words, acronyms, slogans, you know, race.

This is inherently noninclusive. But I digress. So they're making this statement. And what a surprise. Right before the Super Bowl. And companies are learning, go woke. Go broke.

We're tired of companies trying to do more, than what we're asking them to do. When it comes to M&Ms. Here's what I want you to do: Make a yummy chocolate candy.

I don't even care if it melts in my hand. Because I got past that lie of yours, when I was seven. They do melt in my hand.

But they're yummy. You and your stupid spokes candy make no difference in my life, or the life of anyone in the world.

Your candy might. But the spokes candy doesn't.

No one ever, anywhere, in all of time, will say, you know, I was a once a little girl who thought I couldn't make it. But then that candy company put their yellow M&M, in comfortable sling back shoes, instead of the go-go boots. And I realized, I can do it. I am important.

It's not going to happen.

Now, go woke, go broke. Also applies to comedy.

The new woke Velma, people are surprised this is a disaster. I didn't even have to watch it. I could have told you, it was a disaster.

This is the HBO Scooby-Doo spin-off, which do not even include Scooby-Doo. Shaggy has been replaced by a black man named Norville. Fred is the only white character. So he's evil. He's a privileged misogynist. Who can't dress or feed himself.

Velma is a black Asian. And Daphne is half Asian and half white. And they're both bisexual. Obviously, there's more than one lesbian kissing scene.

Another scene features teenage boys kissing. And there's plenty examples of doinks. Sexualizing children.

So what happens when you let woke bullies take control of what should be considered funny?

See, they do what they always do. They don't write comedy. Because they don't believe comedy is funny.

They believe comedy -- you're not supposed to laugh. You're supposed to clap angrily. Yes! Finally!

They're making out. Yes. That's what their comedy is.

Now, I'm not against satire. Laughter is the test of truth. A joke is playful judgment.

It conceals the ugliness of the world. And it uncovers the ugliness of the world.

And leftists. Boy, they are not a group winning many beauty contests lately.

This is literally the subplot of one of the Velma episodes. Now, weird thing is that even the left, doesn't like the Velma show.

They don't like it. They got making out lesbians, and the white guys -- they don't like it. The telegraph called it the most hated TV series on TV.

It has four episodes out. Velma is already -- already the worst rated TV show in IMDB history. Its audience score is six.

But as always, the left isn't taking responsibility for their bad behavior. A review in Forbes said that Velma is so bad, in fact, that it's spawning conspiracy theories, that creator Mindy Kaling, made what is essentially a parody of what the right-wing thinks left comedy is really like.

What? What a stupid plan that would be. It's a common tactic, if a woke comedy fails, which it always does. They blame us. Conspiracy theorist.

The left loves to whine about the dangers of right-wing humor. I don't know if you saw this. But the European Union just released an 18-page report. The European Union. That's a government body, by the way.

An 18-page report, on how right-wing comedy is a weapon.

Now, if a conservative, or a comedian just accidentally stumbles on a conservative joke, even by accident. Wait a minute. I didn't mean that.

No. I voted for Obama.

The left immediately destroys that person. And that joke, he meant that literally. He meant that.

When -- when he was drawing Yosemite Sam, and he was shooting. He meant that all people are like Yosemite Sam, and they should kill all people that are not like Yosemite Sam. What are you talking about?

The gist of their right-wing comedy argument is conservatives shouldn't be allowed to make jokes.

Because their humor is actually a complex. And when they say complex, they mean a mental illness. Literally, it's a mental illness.

And all they're doing is calling for violence. Ironically, a Pew study from 2020 proves kind of the opposite. I'm quoting.

White liberals disproportionately suffer from mental illness. Let me tell you, it's not even a competition. Masks? That has become a mental illness. There is -- there is no reason to wear a mask. That -- that fraud has been exposed long ago. Why are you still wearing a mask?

You have a mental illness at this point. They claim that conservatism is incompatible with political humor. And that liberalism suits it quite nicely. They say conservatism supports institutions. Which is ridiculous. Because at this point, the leftists are the institutions.

You know, they're at a drunk, at a karaoke bar. I can sing.

I'm so much better than you can sing.

I mean, they think they are capable of humor, because as the author about the book of right-wing comedy wrote, liberals are inherently free thinking. So here's what all of this is really all about.

Liberals don't like the fact that you can laugh. You know, what they hated about Ronald Reagan the most? He was happy.

He was funny. He was normal. They hated that.

Hated that. He makes jokes.

Oh, my gosh. They hate -- you can have fun, without them. That you can be successful, without them.

They hate what makes you happy. They hate what gives you meaning in life.

They hate what would give them meaning in life.

They really hate that we can laugh about ourselves.

They don't do a lot of laughing. I don't know if you've known that. I don't think I've seen many of them really laugh. I've seen them, ha, ha, ha, that's right. You stick it to them. I have seen that a lot.

Lorne Michaels, the creator of Saturday Night Live. He said in an interview, the reason why SNL tends to roast conservatives more than liberals, is, quote Republicans are easier than Democrats.

Democrats tend to take it personally. Republicans think it's funny.

There is nothing funnier, to me, than someone wrecking me.

You'll hear that a lot on the show. I pay these guys a lot of money. If it bothered me, it would stop, would it not stop, Stu?

STU: Oh, yeah. I built my career, on making fun of you.

GLENN: Exactly right. And who encourages it more than anybody else?

STU: You do.

GLENN: Exactly right. If you can't laugh at yourself, then what -- who are you?

Who do you think you are? The M&M Mars company?

With their dopey spokes candy? That's important.

That's really important. You know, so we're going to give them a message of hope and inspiration and fun.

See, conservatives think that their sincerity on their spokes candy, is funny.

They don't get the joke