Another gun-related tragedy hit America over the weekend, this time outside a mall in Allen, Texas. And, unsurprisingly, the reaction from politicians and media pundits turned political almost immediately. In fact, despite not presenting evidence to the public, some are now reporting the killer was a white supremacist. But can we trust what the government and the media tell us? And if the gun is to blame me for this shooting, then what about the car that took just as many lives in Brownsville? And why is the media already releasing information about the Allen, TX shooter, but we still know very little about the ones in Las Vegas and Nashville? Glenn and Stu discuss all this, plus more…
Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors
GLENN: So we're looking at quite an interesting weekend just here in Texas. We had a shooter.
STU: Pretty close to here. About half an hour or so. Just a mall outlet everywhere. Now, I've been to every mall outlet area in Texas, I think. So this is not to be notable, but I have been to this place where this occurred before. And it was just like your typical outdoor giant mall. Has over hundred stores in it. It's really an outdoor mall, has over 100 stores. And someone decided to pull up in all black, and just start taking people out.
Thankfully, there was a police officer nearby at an unrelated call, and came over and ended it relatively quickly. But still, a devastating day, and a scary day. There was a mall nearby here, that had basically something else happen. And everybody is freaked out. Because everyone is on edge. So they evacuated another separate mall. Turned out to be nothing. But that's the sort of feeling now, that people have. And look, it's scary. It is. It's really, really difficult to stop though. Really, really difficult to stop.
GLENN: Well, we know he had mental issues. So he probably should have been on medication or, you know, institutionalized.
GLENN: But, of course, it's the gun. It's always the gun.
Well, no. Also, it was the car this weekend. We had eight people killed, nine people injured after somebody takes their car and ran into a migrant shelter in Brownsville, Texas.
STU: Yeah. It's interesting. That one is still being reported both ways.
It may have been an accident. It also may have been a drunk driver, they think.
GLENN: It also may have been gang-related. Gang-related. So we don't know what that one is.
STU: It may have been intentional.
GLENN: So far, we don't think that it is white supremacy. It was either a drunk driver, gang-related, accident.
STU: They're trying to say the shooting was white supremacy, though.
GLENN: Yeah. Except the guy was Hispanic. And I'm trying to wrap my arms around this. In fact, I got this from the Daily Beast. Okay. This from the Daily Beast, in 2021. Okay?
GLENN: Blah, blah, blah. The FBI began monitoring a Facebook chat group, in 2019 called right-wing death squad, because of violent rhetoric.
STU: Wait. There's violent rhetoric, in the group of right-wing death squad.
GLENN: Yeah, I know it's hard to believe.
STU: You can't trust anybody these days.
GLENN: One of the quotes. I have access to 300,000 pounds of ammonia. I just need a container to store it in.
GLENN: That might be --
STU: If you don't have -- where is it? If you don't have a container to -- I'm just carrying it around my pocket.
GLENN: I don't know. I don't know.
This is one of the courts we could lift from the court documents. That is not the filled with expletives from African-Americans. With one of the men from Arkansas. With the current state of the world, they have become severe pests.
They must be eradicated completely and utterly.
Racism isn't real, whites are the only humans.
This guy who was in trial, he was a guy who wanted to be Timothy McVeigh. Similar sentiments were expressed in the group with hateful messages about Jewish and Hispanic people. So there seems to be a problem with this particular group. With all people except apparently white people.
STU: You're saying, there's a problem with the group, white wing death squad.
GLENN: Yeah. It's weird, isn't it? It's weird. It's weird. It's weird.
So they want to clean up the white community. And we need a new world tomorrow. And the S-word for Hispanics. And the N-word for blacks, need to hang from trees, end quote.
STU: This wasn't the person you're talking about?
GLENN: No. This is the -- this is the article about this group, when another guy was arrested in 2020. Okay?
So he was arrested. Daily Beast, wanted everybody to know. This white guy was after Hispanics. And blacks and Jews. And anyone of any color whatsoever. Now --
GLENN: Now you can be Hispanic and a member of this group. So I don't know if they expanded their membership.
STU: Maybe they took the Daily Beast criticism seriously at right-wing death squad. And, you know, we're not as open as we should be.
Look, we should just be accepting right-wingers who want to cause death.
GLENN: Yes. Yes. Amen.
STU: And why do we care about the color of the skin? Bringing people together.
GLENN: So ridiculous.
STU: It is so ridiculous.
And I think too, you mentioned this many times, Glenn. Racism is a human problem. It's not a white problem.
And there's this thing in the media, that they like to do. And act as if other races, other than white people, as if they don't hate other races other than white people.
You know, there's a lot of tension between the Asian and black communities in certain cities, for example. There's a lot of this that goes on.
Hispanics and blacks have their own issues separate from white supremacy.
But because the media has no prism to look at this, other than blaming white-wing extremists and white supremacists every single time. They run into these cross the streams moments, where their coverage makes no sense. You know, look, it's possible for Hispanic people to dislike black people too. It's wrong. Just like it's wrong for white people to do it. You shouldn't make any decision based on the color of someone's skin. That's just stupid.
Unless of course if you're looking for affirmative action, then of course it's completely okay.
Or if it's, you know -- if it's Ibrahim Kennedy. And anti-racism. Then all your decisions can be made on skin color. But other than that, you should make decisions based on skin color, Glenn.
And that's something that we stood by. I stood by that principle the entire time here. I know it's changed. I know the trendy thing, is to do the opposite.
GLENN: Yeah. My whole life is, don't judge people by the color of their skin. But by the content of their character. Which doesn't seem to be real popular. But I still stand by it too, Stu.
Now, let me just throw this question out: Do you believe the government and the media?
When the media comes out and says, we've scrubbed the internet, so you can't see any of it.
And then they come out and say, this Hispanic man just loves to be part of this white power group.
STU: It's hard to trust anything they're saying.
STU: Especially when they don't give us the evidence.
GLENN: Yes. Yes. And it's strange too that so far, they have a really good batting average on white supremacists.
But they can't find anybody who is bombing a church.
They -- or an abortion clinic.
Because, quote, it happens at night.
STU: Uh-huh. It's dark.
GLENN: Love that. It's very dark. Can't see. Sometimes they wear black.
Now, they can't seem to find that. They can't find the Supreme Court leaker can't find that group.
STU: Oh, it was dark. They leaked it at night.
GLENN: Did they? Okay. So they did it during the day.
STU: Yeah. They did it during the day. But what maybe -- the story came out during the day. Maybe it was leaked.
GLENN: Okay. It's daylight someplace.
STU: It's fear.
GLENN: So we couldn't find that.
We can't seem to get to the bottom of the Hunter Biden thing.
STU: What evidence do we have, other than the entire laptop?
GLENN: And we can't see the -- we can't see the evidence on the Las Vegas shooter. We still don't have a clue. And Nashville.
STU: Yeah. That one is weird.
STU: Can't see that manifesto, even though we have it.
STU: We can speculate about what the Alan, Texas, shooter's manifesto was. Because they're going to go online and find some social media post.
GLENN: But we can't do it.
STU: Not only can we not get the actual information on the Nashville manifesto and see it. They won't even really tell us what's in it.
GLENN: Hey, it's this one. This one.
This one, they know.
This Hispanic is part of a white --
STU: Huge white supremacist. That's the -- that's what you need to know.
GLENN: Okay. I'm just trying to get my arms -- well, let's talk about some real crimes. How about the Marine Daniel Penny, you know?
STU: Hmm. Yeah.
GLENN: Now we have the full videotape. The full videotape. I don't know if you've seen it yet. But it shows him choking the guy out, and then putting him in what is called the recover position. So he didn't just choke him out, like, yeah! He put him in a recovery position.
STU: Or to contrast it with George Floyd, where that didn't end for a very, very long time. This person was obviously trying to bring back the guy he had choked to subdue him. During the attack. He was attempting, outwardly, to make sure, he didn't die.
STU: That's why you have a recovery position.
GLENN: Yeah. Yeah. That's exactly what it means. Now, there was protests in New York. Lots of lots of protests.
STU: Very dumb protests. We should point out. Incredibly stupid.
GLENN: No justice. No peace.
STU: Saying stupid things. Just this idea -- this idea that it's murder. And, you know, like, they may finds that the New York law does not look favorably on what he did.
I don't know. I'm not an expert on New York law. But I will say.
GLENN: You know why we're not. Because we moved away from there because we were smart. Okay?
Move away from New York.
STU: I was born there. And I do not live there. And for a reason.
GLENN: Yeah. No.
STU: But, you know, they may come up with something and they may get this guy on.
We don't know all the facts of the case yet.
Though, I do think we know for certain, that he and the black guy that was helping him, were not out to murder black people all day. It was not a, hey. Let's go out and execute people for no reason, as it's being portrayed in the media.
And I'm sincerely suspicious of the motivation of the black guy who was actually helping to subdue the guy of his motivation of trying to murder black people that day. It just seems like an odd thing for him to wake up to on his to-do list.
GLENN: That black man is in the same white supremacy group.
STU: Is he in Deathwatch?
GLENN: Yeah. Right-wing -- yeah.
STU: That's why.
GLENN: So it's -- it's -- you know what I'm saying? It's pretty clear.
STU: It's so stupid.
GLENN: That they are opening up, their -- their -- you know, roles for volunteers and members. They're just opening it up. And saying, look, we're not going to let all blacks in. We're not going to let all Hispanics in. Just the ones that hate blacks and Hispanics.
STU: That's so stupid. And it so exposes the left, what they're doing here. Like, this man meant nothing to them a week ago.
When he was out on the subways like the lunatic that he was. Sadly. He had all sorts of mental health problems. He had a very --
GLENN: Long record.
STU: Long record. Over 40 arrests. They kept letting him out anyway. He went through a very traumatic experience early on in his life. Saw his mom murdered. Look, the guy had a terrible life. He was a Michael Jackson impersonator.
GLENN: And it went downhill from there. You know, you don't really ever recover from that.
STU: Yeah. You just think that -- things went downhill from there. If you were a Harvey Weinstein impersonator, I would assume business got bad there for a while, and the same thing happened with him.
GLENN: I don't know.
STU: The bottom line is he should not have been on that subway. He should not have been put in the position where he was threatening people on this train.
GLENN: Yep. Yep. Uh-huh.
STU: And all of left-wing society and media abandoned him until he was useful. Until that moment he was useful, which was, by the way, coincidentally the moment he died.