For the first time since World War II, the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division was deployed to Europe. They're just miles from the Ukraine border, and potentially could step-in if a NATO country is in danger from Russia and Putin. But if America were to become involved, Glenn says, it would likely be because of oil and pipelines...which the Biden administration so badly wants to destroy. In this clip, Glenn and Stu discuss how America just took one step closer to war and why that war — thanks to the far-left — would be based on NONSENSE and a 'warped philosophy.'
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GLENN: I want to put into perspective, what you are facing.
There is too much debt in the world. And we are inflating that debt away. Central banks are.
And it will inflate everything that you have, away. You are looking at a time right now, where we could be at war, at any time.
We just put the 101st Airborne division, into Europe to back NATO up, and the Pentagon said yesterday, they are ready to go. They could go into Ukraine at any time. That's terrifying.
Do you want the United States to be at war with our soldiers, with Russia and Ukraine?
By the way, that will only make your gas, your food, everything else, much more expensive.
STU: And you will learn if this occurs, that is the least of your worries.
STU: You will not be caring about gas prices, if this thing breaks out in real terms.
GLENN: This is not good at all.
Not good at all. And why has this really been done?
This has been done because of the fight over pipelines. Oil pipelines.
The West has decided, we're going to cut off all oil and gas. Going to cut it off. You don't need it anymore.
Well, actually you do. But, you know, we're going to destroy it all. So then we can't go back.
That's basically, what they're doing right now. And they're doing it out in the open. And they're claiming that this is for climate. But it's not for climate.
Fires burn more than 4 million acres. Admitting -- admitting twice as much green house gas, as the state of California's total reductions over the last 20 years. So one wildfire season, nullified two decades' worth of reductions.
This is not about -- you can't -- you can't contain what's happening. And in the places where they're -- they're not insane, just evil. Places like China, they've completely changed the game.
STU: Oh, my gosh. It's incredible. Let me put this in the framework of the Inflation Reduction Act for a moment. Now, you know this act had nothing to do with inflation. Not breaking news there.
STU: But Joe Biden talked about this. Really, the only thing they talked about in this bill was the climate stuff. He said, this bill was the biggest step forward on the climate stuff, ever. Ever.
And it will allow us to boldly take additional steps toward meeting all of my climate goals, and the ones we set out when we ran. So that's the most important climate legislation, ever. Ever.
Now, Kamala Harris was asked, what her favorite part of this climate legislation was. And she gave an amazing answer.
VOICE: What are some parts of the inflation act, this amazing new law, that you are excited about?
VOICE: I mean, so much. So much.
VOICE: One of the things I'm very excited about is what we have been doing in terms of electric vehicles.
VOICE: And I have a particular fondness. I must tell you for electric school buses. I love electric school buses.
STU: I love those two.
GLENN: We're manufacturing them in our country. I've been to the manufacturing plants. I've been on these electric school buses.
VOICE: Aside from the pandemic, on a daily basis. 25 million children in our country, first day, goes to school.
On those diesel fuel school buses.
STU: Wow. The wheels of the bus about it round and round.
It's so incredible. There is a line in the bill. About electric school buses, it's about clean, heavy-duty vehicles.
The EPA-funding program, Class 6, and Electric commercial vehicles, including trucks, transit buses, and school buses.
STU: Funding $1 billion. Okay?
So a billion dollars.
GLENN: That's nothing.
STU: Now, let's just take that entire program, and dump it all into electric school buses for a second.
So we'll skip the regular buses. The other transit, the trucks, the commercial vehicles. We'll skip all of that.
Just say, it all went to electric school buses. Because it's obviously the biggest part of this bill -- we could buy 2,857 school buses, because each one costs between 3 and 400,000 dollars each.
GLENN: So we can buy it -- with a billion dollars, we can buy how many?
STU: 2,857 school buses --
STU: Now, give me an over/under.
How many school buses do you think there are in America? Over 2,857, or under?
GLENN: It's going to be close, but I think it's over.
STU: Right. It's over, you're right. Yes, there's 500,000 school buses.
STU: So for 2,857 of them, you just have to spend a billion dollars. You have to spend a little more to get to all of them.
But let's look at this in context now. There's a little announcement, came out last week. No one noticed it. No one paid attention to this announcement at all.
It came out with headlines, like China vows -- boosts domestic energy supplies, step up risk control.
That was like one of the headlines. You're going to read that article? And click on that? Is that click bait? Not click bait.
So let me just give you a quick outline of what they said. The ruling party, the Communist Party aims for any coal production to rise to 4.6 billion tons in 2025, the deputy director of the cabinet's National Energy Administration, Ren Jingdong, said.
GLENN: Love him.
STU: I love Ren Jingdong.
GLENN: Have you read all of Jingdong's -- have you read all of his books?
STU: He's my favorite Jingdong. Ren Jingdong.
GLENN: Love him.
STU: That might be Kylo Ren's last name.
GLENN: No. He's actually the iconic image used for Ren and Stippy.
STU: Really? I did not know that. Anyway, up 12 percent.
That's your big headline. Did anyone pay attention to that?
So that was just one part of one announcement. But what he just said was just the increase -- not the whole amount of gold. Not at all.
Just the increase, in the use of coal, not all fossil fuels.
GLENN: Right. Just coal.
STU: Just coal.
GLENN: Got it. Got it.
STU: Is enough to wipe out the emission savings from the most important part, of the most important climate bill, ever, ever.
By quite a bit. Remember, we spent months talking about this, at the top of every single news broadcast. Right?
This is the Maos important climate bill ever. Just the increase -- again, just the increase, is enough to cause more than 20,000 times -- as many emissions, as the most important part of the most important bill ever. 20,000 times.
That -- that thing that no one mentioned on the news. That no one cared about. That little announcement. 20,000 times as much, as the electric school bus thing. Now, let's just say we can go crazy.
And let's say we can burn every single school bus. The whole 500,000. We do it all. That would cost us $175 billion at least, but let's just say we do it anyway. Some other environmental concerns go along with that. We can get into that another time.
But just that, just this little announcement, about this one type of fuel. In this one country, one time, is enough to wipe out all the school buses in America going electric, 119 times over.
In fact, let's go a little more relatable here. Think of the SUV. We have to take our SUVs off the road. Got to get our SUVs off the road. Let's go to one of the most popular SUVs ever. The Ford Explorer. Now, just this one announcement, from this one country, about this one -- not all fossil fuels. About just the increase of this one kind of fossil fuel.
Would be the same, the equivalent of adding 96 million 437,228 Ford explorers to the world.
Now, that's a problem. Because it's 29 times more than they've ever produced.
So it might be a tad problematic to do that. Imagine the traffic issues.
GLENN: But you're saying there's a chance.
STU: No. Just this one announcement.
From this one country, about this one fossil fuel. Is the equivalent of 82 percent of all vehicles on the road in the United States.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh.
STU: No one -- if they cared about globalling. If that was really the goal, wouldn't that lead every broadcast?
Because the issue here, Glenn. And the most important part of this is it's just from some random, evil dictator. Who just had his predecessor escorted out of a meeting, against his will.
And we have absolutely no control over him, in fact, you can make the point, be that recently, it seems he has a lot of control over us.
And so we could all --
GLENN: And every policy we're doing.
STU: Every policy we're doing.
GLENN: Weakens us, to make them stronger.
STU: Right. And, you know what, we can pass the biggest climate bill ever. And it gets completely wiped out, by one announcement. By President Xi, that nobody tells you about. And we have absolutely no control over.
You are changing your life, for that nonsense. It's all wiped out, immediately, and this happens every few years. They announce these increases. We don't even look at them. And it wipes out everything that we're doing. All the trillions of dollars.
All the money that we're spending. Giving people money to go buy a Tesla. Right?
All of that is completely inconsequential. He just wiped out 83 percent of all vehicles. If we took them off the road. We would be breaking even. Not just turning into electric vehicles, or hybrids, taking 82 percent of all the vehicles in the United States, off the road tomorrow, would just be the equivalent of what this guy announced, in some meeting the media didn't tell you about.
GLENN: So let me ask you: Are you willing to send your son or daughter, over to fight for something this flawed?
Because that is going to be -- in the winter, that's what they will say. They will say, look at. The people are starving. They're cold. Well, you know what is making them starving or cold?
Our policy on climate change. Our policy on oil. Our policy to get out of all fossil fuels. And anything that will make a cow fart.
They are changing absolutely everything, and your son or daughter is going to be asked to serve. And fight. You don't ship the 101st airborne over to the border of Ukraine, for no reason.
You're playing a very dangerous game. And I'm not hearing enough people talk about it.
There is no debate on this.
And I don't know a single person who is in favor of war. But I'm telling you, this administration is in favor of war.
And, by the way, the Republicans can't do a damn thing about it.
They can't do anything about it, until January.
And it's all for nonsense. ESG. Everything that is happening in your life, in your business, is all happening because of this warped, anti-human philosophy. Everything that is happening in your kid's school, is happening because of this warped anti-human philosophy.
And the faster we wake up to it. The faster we will realize, that's evil. That's evil.
We're not fighting against, Yahoo even know if people recognize this.
Most of the people who are gluing themselves to a wall, after trying to destroy a priceless painting. They haven't even thought of any of that.
But the -- but the ideas behind it, are evil. And that's why they always strike out, in darkness.
Destroy, destroy, destroy. Pervert, pervert, pervert.