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TOM STEYER HYPOCRISY: Next Gen Climate Advocacy or Beachfront Mansion?

For all you Tom Steyer 2020 supporters, here are just some of the facts you're probably NOT going to get from his campaign. The billionaire megadonor talks a big game when it comes to climate change and saving the environment. He even founded Next Gen America...but what about his ocean view mansions that are destroying beach wildlife?

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This policy may cause another 2008 ECONOMIC COLLAPSE

The far-left — and even some REPUBLICANS — continue to argue that ESG is just a theory and that it’ll never affect YOU. But the story Glenn shares in this story proves quite the opposite. In fact, new banking policies that are designed to allow more Americans to purchase homes could affect you GREATLY if it leads to another housing and economic collapse… just like the one in 2008.

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GLENN: Let me tell you a little bit about The Great Reset. And ESG.

ESG is regarded to -- by many in mainstream media, as a hoax.

As something that just is not happening. Let me give you two stories, that have come out today. The first one is from Bloomberg. And it will show you how it is working, on the highest of levels.

And it is the E. Now, some people will -- will admit. Okay. The E is happening. Yeah. We're if we go to rid of fossil fuels.

So the E is happening. But not the S and the G. So let me give you the first one. The head of the World Bank came under fire recently, for not being tough enough on climate change.

This is, by the way, on Bloomberg. So now he'll go all in on ESG. World Bank President David Malpass caused for expanding the development lender's mission to explicitly include public goods, such as climate change. Weeks after his hesitance to publicly confirm his belief in global warming, led to calls for his removal.

So he's like, well, you know I -- I'm not sure we know all of the causes of global warming.

Everybody in the power players, they all said, he's got to go. Well, he didn't. Instead, managers at the Washington-based institution, will now review its operational model and financial model, to find ways to boost lending, including using more grant and blended finance.

Malpass said in a note to bank staff on Monday and seen by Bloomberg News. US Treasury secretary, Janet Yellen last month proposed changes for the World Bank and regional development banks, pushing them to move beyond country's specific loans.

To address global threats. And speed the flow of private Capitol to poor and emerging economies. The US is the world's largest shareholder of the World Bank.

Oh, okay. So they want to get a little more aggressive, in loaning money to poor countries. Okay.

Now, that's the E. Let's go to the S. We have actually people now in legislatures, Republicans all over the country, that deny ESG is even real.

October 24th, the FHFA, the federal housing finance agency, announced that lenders will soon be required to use two new credit scoring models. FICO 10T, and Vantage score 4.0. In order to sell mortgages to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Now, the FH -- the FA is the one that oversees the public/private institutions.

Remember, we're all about public private partnerships. So Freddie and fanny, what do they do?

They own most of the mortgages. They underwrite. They backstop most of the mortgages in America.

The government is on the hook for those. Your bank does not own your house.

Freddie or fanny most likely own your house.

Okay? And they -- if you're going to sell something to them, well, then they need to see the vantage score 4.0. Those quoting. These two new credit scores are deliberately designed to make millions more of people eligible to purchase homes.

Oh. Vantage score estimates that 37 million people, will receive a credit score under their new model alone. That are not currently captured by a FICA score. About 10.7 million, will have a score of 620 or above.

The minimum score for a mortgage, that can be sold to Fannie and Freddie.

Under the new credit model, people will be able to improve their scores, by engaging in activity that don't have anything to do with capital ownership or credit history. Hmm. What will they be scored on?

I wonder. A couple of things here. Stu, why does everybody, that you know lived through 2008, know the names Fannie and Freddie?

STU: They're central to the mortgage meltdown.

GLENN: Oh, they were, why?

How?

STU: They -- partially, because they were giving out mortgages to people who didn't traditionally qualify for them.

GLENN: Right. And they were backed up, because the banks were told.

STU: You better do this stuff.

GLENN: We better get home ownership rates up. We need to have higher diversity rates among homeowners. So they gave it to people, who may be great people, but maybe didn't have the credit scores or the resources or the finances to actually pay them back. They were risky mortgages. They bundled them all together. They created all sorts of collateral -- collateralized debt obligations on top of them. And the whole house of cards fell apart.

GLENN: That's amazing. So now, 37 million Americans are going to be -- have the door open. And at least 10 million, almost 11 million, will have the score that now is about -- they can't afford a house now.

But when they improve their scores. By engaging in activities, that don't have anything to do with capital ownership or credit history.

They can have a higher score. So they can buy that house. Oh, that's great.

STU: So they're not going to have -- they're not going to become more creditworthy. They're just going to become better people. They love the environment.

GLENN: Better people. Better people.

STU: Another person who might have a higher credit score. But will give them the mortgage. Because they love clouds and the sky and trees.

GLENN: Right. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Clean air. They'll be able to sell mortgages now to people, including many who are unqualified. Banks. And mortgage companies, will be able to do that.

And then immediately sell those to Fannie and Freddie Mac unloading the liabilities on the back of the banks. And instead, shoving it right to the taxpayers back. Banks and mortgage companies, will make truckloads of cash, without really any risk.

Almost as importantly, those companies participating in the program, are also going to receive a boost in their ESG score. Because they are now helping improve racial equity.

STU: So person A shows what a great citizen they are.

And then group B, gives them a better rate, which shows them, what a great citizen they are.

GLENN: Right.

STU: And then since person A is doing business with group B. That probably raises their ESG score again.

GLENN: Yes. And then group B or A. The bank can sell it to you.

STU: Right. Yeah.

GLENN: And now it's on your back.

STU: Yeah. And I probably get a boost in my ESG score, just for taking on that terrible debt, that shouldn't be anywhere -- that shouldn't have existed in the first place. You know this sort of circuitous idea, that you can continually -- you know this is Schrute Bucks. You know, Dwight Schrute comes into the office one day.
And he has his own currency at his beet farm, and everybody is like, ah, this will work. Just keep spending Schrute Bucks on it. The economy does not work on Schrute bucks.

GLENN: No. No. This is going to make the housing market more unstable.

It will distort the market.

It will call another 2008 collapse.

You know, remember though, the people pushing ESG want you to own nothing, and be happy.

So let's think this through. What happens when you add 10.7 people into the housing market, without increasing the supply of homes?

More money in the market. Chasing fewer homes. That means, inflation. The price of housing will go up, a ton. And who owns a lot of the single-family homes these days?

Oh. Hedge funds like BlackRock. They're going to make out huge from this.

And they aren't worried about competing with those folks who are entering the marketplace. They don't even have enough credit to have a credit history. Never mind win bidding wars with BlackRock or other Wall Street firms. Here's the thing: Biden has bragged that this will make the market more inclusive, and that industry stakeholders support the moves.

This is great. Now, I want you to know this important part. This is not coming from me.

Vantage score, is selling their credit model. By making the promise.

I want you to go to vantage score.com/capital dash markets. Slash ESG.

I'll tweet this out.

But you go there, and you will see, creating social value through ESG.

Quoting their website.

Is ranting credit scores are often used by capital market participants. In both the consumer lending asset-backed securities market.

And the residential mortgage backed security market. You'll have leverage, the best in class accuracy. It will include the underserved. It will demonstrate a commitment to ESG. At some of the benefits. The key benefits, most predictive, best in class model. Credit scores are going to be updated in real time, allowing for rigorous surveillance processes.

Oh. So I watched the episode of the Black Mirror. Where your credit score is updated in realtime.

And it was a vigorous surveillance process.

STU: It sure was.

GLENN: That's on their website.

Anyone who tells you, this is a conspiracy, it's not going to happen. It's not going to reach down to you. It just has.


STU: Yeah. And, well, it has -- aren't there billions of dollars here? What are the levers of usage already?

GLENN: Yeah. Let me see if I can find it.

STU: It's not day one of this program. They're bragging about billions and billions and billions of dollars already being utilized by this program.

GLENN: Yeah. It was 8.7 -- here it is.

Is ranting scores used from March 2021 to February 2022. 14.5 billion.

Is ranting scores provided by consumer websites, 4.8 billion.

Is ranting scores used by credit card issuers, 3.7 billion.

So they are already using this. It's at Chase Lending Tree. It's at American Express. Capitol One.

Credit Karma. All of it.

All of it is being used right now. And they've been telling you, that it's just a conspiracy theory.

I urge you to go to VantageScore.com, and just peak around. Look for their credit scores.

Oh, it's so great. You can do other things, to qualify for a mortgage.

Gee, I wonder what those other things are.

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Glenn's response to the 'TRUMP vs DESANTIS' fight

Glenn is not going to engage in the "Trump vs DeSantis" fight. Instead, he has a message for conservatives: We are blessed to have both men on the side of freedom. They are both fighters that get things done. As Democrats float Biden and even a Liz Cheney/Stacey Abrams ticket for 2024, Glenn asks: do they have even ONE fighter of Trump or DeSantis' caliber? And he warns that Democrats would want nothing more than for Republicans to tear themselves apart. So, don't give them what they want...

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GLENN: I want to talk to you a little bit about what is -- what period of time we're now entering. We are entering. And we are still at this point, what I believe is the last phase of America, as we know it.

What comes, next, is an entirely new system, or a restoration of the original system. And it is still not decided. And it is going to be a fight to the -- to the wire. Fight to the finish. It's going to be a photo finish.

Let me give you this piece of information, to begin with. An endorsement, according to polls, an endorsement from President Biden made an individual less likely to support a candidate.

If a candidate was endorsed by President Joe Biden, would it make you more or less likely to vote for that candidate?

46 percent said a Biden endorsement would make it less likely to support a candidate. While 28 percent said it would be more likely to support a candidate. Have you seen polls like this? On Donald Trump? When it comes to Republican candidates.

Republican candidates, that he endorsed, did well. Some of them. Some of them did not. Right now, we are blessed by having Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis, both on our side.

They are both fighters. They both have different styles. But both of them get things done.

Yesterday, and I'm not going to get into it. Yesterday, Donald Trump attacked Ron DeSantis, on truth social.

And people started arguing, immediately, online.

I am not going to engage in this. And I urge you to not engage in this. We have an opportunity, right now, to have both of these guys, on our side. I want both of them in the fight.

This is not a fight that is going to happen, because of one man. This is going to happen, because you are involved. And all of us are pulling in the same direction.

And whether Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis know it, they're pulling in exactly the same direction.

DeSantis should come out and say, look, right now, you know Trump is responding to a lot of people that are trying to pit us against each other. He should say nothing bad about Donald Trump. He should admit that Trump is right. He helped him win the governor's office.

But he should also say that he considers Donald Trump a friend, and that Donald Trump has been there his entire life. And if Trump isn't talking about you, you're doing something wrong. But he has nothing bad to say about Donald Trump.

Now, I've said this to people, and they've said, wasn't that the Ted Cruz?

And I said, well, yes. And no.

Ted Cruz had words to go on. Ron DeSantis can just be quiet, and just keep doing his job. I am also not somebody, who -- who is -- I learned my lesson in 2016.

I learned my lesson.

My way is not usually the right way. Sometimes it is. Sometimes it's not.

But I am tired of trying to overthink elections. Let the American people, and more importantly, God sort it out.

If we remain loyal to what we believe, we're going to be fine. I thought Donald Trump was going to be the worst president ever. He turned out to be one of the best presidents of my life, policy-wise.

So am I upset that maybe Donald Trump will have another turn?

Nope!

Nope. Am I upset that Donald Trump may have another turn, and he spends four years, and Ron DeSantis finishes up in Florida, and then he does an eight-year term. Nope. Not at all.

I think that's fantastic. Would I -- would I mind if Donald Trump decided to bow out? I think it would be a loss, if we lost him as a vocal supporter. If he just kind of disappeared.

I think it would be a bad thing.

If he decided, I'm not going to second guess Donald Trump, I did that once. It was foolish to do.

Here's what I would suggest: Let's count our blessings, of having two great fighters. Can you name one on the democratic side?

Did you hear that -- in fact, I want to play this for you. This is crazy. Play cut four. This is MSNBC. Listen to this.

VOICE: What about we pair up Liz Cheney and Stacey Abrams, and actually talk about universal voting, and election reform?

I can see them doing kind of a czar thing with the administration, that's completely bipartisan. That would be exciting.

VOICE: That's --

GLENN: Stop. Stop. That would be exciting?

Good. That's who they're thinking. That's what they've got going for them. Here's Biden, play cut three, another of the brain trust.

BIDEN: And you help me keep my commitment. And I will help promote the first black woman to the Supreme Court, justice Jackson. Guess what, she's probably the smartest person on the Supreme Court.

GLENN: She's probably the smartest.

She couldn't identify what a woman was. She's probably the smartest woman on the Supreme Court. Wow. That's an incredible thing to say.

This is their brain trust. Let's celebrate that we have two of them. And let the system work it out.

We cannot separate ourselves from one another. If Donald Trump wins the nomination, I am all in.

If -- if Ron DeSantis wins the nomination, I am all in.

It is really important that we don't divide ourselves. That's what the Democrats do. That's what they need. You know if you look at -- I read a great op-ed. Let's see if I can find it. Read a great op-ed today.

From, gosh, I think she's an intern at the Federalist.

And she was writing about New York. And she said, you know New York is not necessarily a loss. Let's look at this in perspective. We've heard people say, that, yeah. Well, there's no way, they can win. Because all of the people that agreed with the conservatives have moved.

Well, that's not entirely true. Look how close he got. If all of those people that believed in you know constitutional rule, left, well, there's still a lot of people there, that are convinced of it.

And as things get worse and worse. There's only two ways that it then can go. Only more people wake up, or more people are duped.

I don't know which way it's going. But if they got rid of all of the people, that could have swayed this, it was still pretty damn close.

More and more people are waking up. I just want you to know, it's never my way or the highway here.

I'm going to have opinions on things. Both for and against DeSantis. For and against Trump.

That's what you pay me for, with your time.

We may disagree. I celebrate that. I think we should have disagreements. Lockstep is not the American way. We need to have those disagreements. But we need to be able to walk away, and respect one another.

So I'm going to do my utmost to earn your respect. On how I handle myself, on this.

But I want you to know, up front, I am a big supporter of Donald Trump.

And I am a big supporter of Ron DeSantis. Donald Trump has proven himself under the microscope, that is every intelligence agency under the planet. And every media source on the planet.

He has -- he has not broken a sweat under that light. That's hard to do. And he has proven himself to be true to some of the things that he promised us. In fact, I think most of the things that he promised us.

He did -- he actually completed. Ron DeSantis is doing the same thing, except at a state. And we need them at state and federal.

And I will happily be for either one of those. Let's stay focused.

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The ‘DISTURBING’ way Republicans could STILL lose the House

Prediction markets estimate Republicans have a 95 percent chance to take back control of the House of Representatives after last week's midterm elections. BUT, Glenn and Stu aren’t so optimistic. In this clip, Stu lays out all the remaining House races, and he explains to Glenn why Republicans getting that magic number of House seats — 218 — still seems like an uphill battle…

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STU: So, Glenn.

GLENN: So, Stu. Nothing ever good starts with so, Glenn.

STU: Yeah. Can I walk you through the House?

GLENN: You mean my house? The unfinished house? It will be finished in six weeks now.

STU: Oh, gosh. That's terrible. I thought it was only two.

GLENN: Two. But I know --

STU: Your house will never be finished.

GLENN: Go ahead. Not that house.

STU: Now, Glenn, we have a situation, where let me give you the good news. For example, prediction markets say the House should go Republican. Ninety-five percent chance.

GLENN: 95 percent chance.

STU: That's pretty good.

GLENN: That's really good. Although, I do remember those prediction markets being very, very confident in things like Kari Lake.

STU: They were pretty confident. Now they're not confident in Kari Lake. Now they're not.

GLENN: It's changed now.

STU: In fact, now there's a 95 percent chance that Kari Lake will lose according to the prediction markets.

GLENN: Really? Huh. I wonder what happened there.

STU: Now, that's different -- she probably had a 60-70 percent chance mid-to-late last week.

GLENN: Yeah. So I trust the prediction markets.

STU: Right. They could change. Right?

But that's what they think. They're confident. Almost everybody will tell you, and you've heard this non-stop, even in the mainstream media. The Republicans will likely win the House. But can I be a little pessimistic and walk you through what we have?

GLENN: Is it pessimism, or is it reality?

STU: I think it's reality. I think it's reality.

But it's not all bad news. But just, how confident do you feel in this scenario, that I'm about to walk you through?

GLENN: Okay. I'm guessing zero. But let me hear it.

STU: I went through all the outstanding races. Okay?

Looked at them. And I have -- I don't -- what I tend to find is a somewhat disturbing situation. Okay. So I've ranked all the races in the best chance for Republicans to win.

Okay?

So 212 are pretty much in the bag. 212. Got to get to 218 though.

GLENN: Wow. 218. That's a long way.

STU: That's easy. There's a lot of races. A couple dozen races.

GLENN: Really have to be over to 20, to even -- because you know there are a lot of weasels in there.

STU: Yes. For sure. But 218 is control. And at this point, I will take 218 control. Y, yes. I will too.

STU: All right. So I've ranked them in the old school grading system from -- you know your old high school days. A, B, C, E, F.

GLENN: Oh, that's harsh.

STU: Now, none of these are completely decided, but I came up with three A's. Three.

GLENN: Three. And that means really high, according to the grading scale. These are the best of the best.

STU: Yeah. Not sure things. Let me give you an example of a race that I put as an A.

Lauren Boebert's race in Colorado. That's an A. Now, as of right now, she leads by 0.4 percent with 90 percent of the vote in.

GLENN: How many votes is she actually -- not percentage.

STU: Not percentage.

That's a good question.

I could -- give me one moment, Glenn. Of course, I can pull that up for you. And I am completely prepared to give you any detail.

GLENN: Why are you stalling?

STU: And that's what's important about this particular coverage. I can always tell you at a moment's notice. And people need to understand this.

GLENN: Wow.

STU: I think we understand.

GLENN: I think we're very, very clear. We're looking at the number of votes --

STU: In that race?

Yeah, I've got it at --

GLENN: In that race.

STU: 1,122 thank you.

GLENN: Okay. 1,000 votes away. 99 percent in.

STU: 99 percent in.

And you would think, basically what about we're talking about there. The outstanding vote, couldn't overturn it. Only if there was a recount or something else.

GLENN: All right. I feel good.

STU: I feel good. That's the type of A race I'm talking about.

With three votes, that gets Republicans to 215.

GLENN: Wait, we have three of those. Three A races.

GLENN: That are that good?

STU: I think so. There's another race in New York. 0.4 --

GLENN: Oh, in New York. Okay.


STU: 0.4 percent.

GLENN: That's not Colorado. That's New York. Okay.

STU: Yeah. I mean -- that we say it that way. You know it doesn't sound as good. You know, but --

GLENN: Right. Where is the third one?

STU: Third one.

Uh-oh. That one is in California.

GLENN: California. That one is not even New York.

That's California.

STU: All you have to do is depend on the fine people in New York and California. Again, these are close races.

GLENN: Okay.

STU: But I'm going to go ahead and give us those three. For the optimistic take here on the House.

GLENN: All right. And that gets us to.

STU: Fifteen.

GLENN: 215. Seeming even more cavernous in between 215 and 218.

STU: Right. It seemed really easy.

GLENN: Seemed pretty easy.

STU: With a couple dozen races out there. Why can't he we get -- all we need is six, right?

But now -- I only have three. So now we're at 215. You can say --

GLENN: A B is still passing. It's still a good grade.

STU: Right. It's still a good grade. How many races would you like to see in the B column to make yourself comfortable that Republicans would win?

GLENN: Twenty-seven.

STU: Twenty-seven that's a good number. That's how I would feel, because I always feel that these things will go against us.

GLENN: Sure. How many do we have?

STU: Two. Two races that are B. Just two.

GLENN: Two races. That would take us to -- to 217.

STU: Yes. And you'll be excited that here, in our B's, we have another California.

GLENN: Oh, good.

STU: You're going to be super confident. Because it's Arizona, is the other one.

GLENN: Oh, I hope it's Maricopa County. Because that one has done -- that one has done so well.

STU: Yes. Now, if we assume we have both of the A's and the B's. That gets us to not 218, which is what you need.

GLENN: No. Yeah.

STU: But 217.

GLENN: 217.

STU: Which is one less than what you need.

GLENN: So we don't have control there?

STU: Don't have control at 217.

GLENN: Now, may I ask, how much worse is a B from an A? Is it like 1100 votes?

STU: Okay. You want to go --

GLENN: Or it should be 900 votes.

STU: One race in Arizona. It's a 0.2 percent lead.

GLENN: Uh-huh.

STU: With 94 percent of the voting. That's a B.

A B, a B, boys and girls. I'm not being unfair with these rankings. That's a B. And the only reason I say it's a B, is because it was expected to be a pretty easy -- not an easy win. But it's a purplish district. It was projected to be a Republican-leaning district this time.

Now, of course, we've seen that before.

GLENN: In what state?

STU: In Arizona.

GLENN: Good. Good. All right.

STU: And then we have a race in California, where there is a six--point lead currently for the Republican. However, only 52 percent of the vote in, that will shrink, as we get closer.

GLENN: That's B?

STU: That's B. But that was leaning Republican anyway.

They have the lead. I will give you a B. That gets you to 217. Now you go to C.

GLENN: You just need one of these.

STU: You just need one of them.

And you would like how many to be there? Just get one added.

GLENN: I would like -- this is a C. This is a C.

STU: So, again, you're in toss-up area.

GLENN: So I would like maybe -- maybe I'll shoot low. Five?

STU: Five. That's a nice guy. Unfortunately, you lose.

GLENN: I lose.

STU: Because I only have three. In the C's.

GLENN: You only have three!

STU: Now, if you're optimistic and you take those A's and B's and you're like, we can get these off, that's 217. One of these three.

GLENN: We still have the House. This kids, is going well. Is going well.

I think Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy, I think they've done their job. I think they've done their job.

STU: They should be rewarded with more leadership. Don't you think?

GLENN: They should be rewarded with new positions.

STU: Now, here we have two California races, and a California in the C's.

GLENN: We have, what?

GLENN: Two California races. Please, tell me it's like in the farming area of California.

STU: Some of them are.

Again, California we make fun of. There are races that a lot of Republicans win in California.

Some of them are even favored in. But like, for example, this one, which is a -- a toss-up.

GLENN: It's a toss-up.

STU: A toss-up race, I would say right now. If you look at the projections.

Was a Biden-plus six district. So one that Biden won. But now in this environment, which is not necessarily -- it's only slightly better for Republicans. Maybe. We need the Republican to win. And, of course, we still have 30 percent of the vote to count.

We don't know at this point.

GLENN: Oh, 30.

STU: Then you get into the D's.

GLENN: Wait. That was it?

That was it?

STU: There's 3 C's.

I mean, you have -- I think there's -- there's one that is in Arizona, where the Republican leads by 0.6 percent with 89 percent of the vote in.

Which my A's, I put, if you're over 95 percent in and you're winning, put that as an A. This was at 89 percent in winning. So a chance. Certainly a chance.

And it was a likely Republican district going in. So you would think, maybe there's a chance that some of the -- some of the votes will be -- again, you see me. I'm reaching for some of these. Again, it's close.

0.6 percent lead.

GLENN: But if we won all the C's.

STU: C's, right?

That would give you to 20. Which, again, isn't great.

In fact, a lot of these mainstream people, looking at this, are like, well, we project 221 for Republicans. Plus or minus four.

GLENN: Well, that's -- that's a big plus or minus.

STU: Yes. 225 at this point, would be like, wow. That's fantastic.

217, would be bad. Bad.

GLENN: Yeah. Okay.

STU: Then you have 3D's. Then I have the rest of them are F's. They're not going to win.

GLENN: They're not going to win.

STU: Again, they're all in California, mostly in California. These are all districts that lean Democrat. And the Democrat even had the lead in a bunch of them.

GLENN: May I just ask a quick question.

STU: Yes.

GLENN: Why is it that it just seems to be in the sketchy states, where they can't really count everything?

STU: That might be why we picture them as sketchy.

GLENN: It might be. It might be.

STU: That might be why. It might be something in theory, if as a lawmaker in one of these states, you would be incentivized to correct your terrible practices. Because no one believes your voting anymore.

GLENN: Correct. Or you might not be incentivized.

STU: Yeah. Exactly. So, again, you can see why, right? You would say, hey, Republicans are favored in this race. And I would say, you're probably -- maybe right.

GLENN: No. No. Uh-uh.

STU: But like 95 percent confidence. Do you have 95 percent confidence in that scenario, I just mapped out for you?

GLENN: Wait. Wait. Wait. Are Republicans involved?

STU: They are.

GLENN: No. I don't have any confidence in it then.

STU: You remember us saying over and over again, Republicans should win this election. Unless they screw it up.

GLENN: Which they always do.

STU: They always do.

GLENN: I believe was the rest of that prediction.

STU: They're very good at that. You know, you have a couple of rank choice voting.

GLENN: Now, who would you say -- I'm going to give you time. I'm going to give you time.

Who would you say, are most responsible for that loss. Now, don't answer right away.

I want you to think. Is there anyone that might be responsible, that maybe we should reassign.

And I don't mean reassign their sex.

I mean reassign them to, I don't know.

Basement duty. Instead of running the show.

I just day think about it. I'll give you a minute. It's up to you and me to make a difference. To help our country become free again.

It starts with us. And our children. Look what's going on in our country today. There's a bigger need than ever before, for young people to rise up and say no to big government. But that's not happening. Did you see -- did you see, it was an ASU. Maybe it was ASU, that had the -- the voter polls. 94 percent towards the Democrats.

STU: Yeah. It was good.

GLENN: It was good. No, no, no. Seriously.

STU: Luckily, all those parents paid for the education.

GLENN: Yeah. So that's good.

Anyway, here's what you need to do: I want you to go to TuttleTwinsBeck.com. They're offering three activity workbooks. 35 percent off all their kid's books. These things will teach your kids about freedom. It will also teach your kids about socialism. And why socialism is a siren song.

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GLENN: Who do you think is responsible for this?

STU: Based on your lead, I believe --

GLENN: No, no, don't base it on my lead --

STU: I'm trying to analyze this. I believe -- I'm talking it through like I'm on a game show. Based on your question.

GLENN: Based on my question, yes.

STU: Do we have game show music. Based on your question. I think what you want me to say.

GLENN: No. This is not -- no, this is not high school. This is not high school. I'm not a progressive teacher.

STU: I think you would have an opinion on this. And you would say, I guess I would generalize this, as Republican leadership.

GLENN: Mitch McConnell.

STU: Mitch McConnell doesn't have anything to do with the House.

GLENN: No. Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy. Both of them. Both of them should about it. Both of them should go. These guys were the same guys that were in those positions, under Donald Trump.

You know when they got rid of Obamacare.

STU: Glenn, they didn't get rid of --

GLENN: Oh, they didn't get rid of that. Wow. Well, these guys have done an awful lot. And Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy have got to go.

Even if they're a minority, maybe especially since they're the minority leaders.

STU: I mean, after a poor showing, usually, what you see are repercussions for the people who led the charge to the poor showing. That's usually how things work in the world. Right?

GLENN: Yes. But not here.

STU: You're a football coach. Your team is three-nine. And you're not going to make the playoffs. And you have a big payroll. Usually, you get fired.

GLENN: Right.

STU: Usually, what happens?

GLENN: Right.

STU: But that doesn't seem to be the way that these things go in Washington.

GLENN: No. No. Okay. Here are the people that can make Mitch McConnell a thing of the past. Mitt Romney, call his office.

STU: Now, Mitt Romney, is he really going to do a thing about -- he loves it. He's responsible for the red wave. Remember?

GLENN: I know. But this is what he should know.

He should know that I'm going to remember what you said about -- about Mitch McConnell being responsible.

And since you were wrong about that, I'm sure you're going to evict him. And if not, don't worry about it. Because we have a very long memory. And next election, you are out.

Remember, it's only two years.

Deb Fisher from Nebraska. Roger Whittaker from Mississippi. Rick Scott, Florida. Ted Cruz, Texas. Mike Brawn from Indianapolis. From Indiana. Josh Hawley from Missouri. John Barrasso from Wyoming.

Marsha Blackburn. All of these people need to be reminded that when you lose and you have put your money into an Alaska race, that was going to go to the Republican, no matter what. And you doubled down there.

STU: Really egregious.

GLENN: It's really egregious.

He cut money from Arizona. Could have won.

STU: New Hampshire.

GLENN: Could have won.

STU: Took the money from there. Put it into a race, where two Republicans were going against each other. Because he wanted to rescue Lisa Murkowski.

GLENN: Why? And why did he want to do that? Because the candidate running against Lisa Murkowski said, she will not vote for Mitch McConnell as leadership.

All of these senators, all of these senators, know what their constituents are saying about Mitch McConnell. But Mitch McConnell has a very heavy hammer. And he is trying to rush this thing through. You've got to call them today.

The government switchboard at the Capitol is (202)224-3121. Get on the phone. Mitch McConnell, and Kevin McCarthy. Let's start first with the Senate.

Because they're going to be meeting tomorrow. And then I guess voting on Wednesday.

We have a very short time period. Mitch McConnell must not be the majority leader.STU: So, Glenn.

GLENN: So, Stu. Nothing ever good starts with so, Glenn.

STU: Yeah. Can I walk you through the House?

GLENN: You mean my house? The unfinished house? It will be finished in six weeks now.

STU: Oh, gosh. That's terrible. I thought it was only two.

GLENN: Two. But I know --

STU: Your house will never be finished.

GLENN: Go ahead. Not that house.

STU: Now, Glenn, we have a situation, where let me give you the good news. For example, prediction markets say the House should go Republican. Ninety-five percent chance.

GLENN: 95 percent chance.

STU: That's pretty good.

GLENN: That's really good. Although, I do remember those prediction markets being very, very confident in things like Kari Lake.

STU: They were pretty confident. Now they're not confident in Kari Lake. Now they're not.

GLENN: It's changed now.

STU: In fact, now there's a 95 percent chance that Kari Lake will lose according to the prediction markets.

GLENN: Really? Huh. I wonder what happened there.

STU: Now, that's different -- she probably had a 60-70 percent chance mid-to-late last week.

GLENN: Yeah. So I trust the prediction markets.

STU: Right. They could change. Right?

But that's what they think. They're confident. Almost everybody will tell you, and you've heard this non-stop, even in the mainstream media. The Republicans will likely win the House. But can I be a little pessimistic and walk you through what we have?

GLENN: Is it pessimism, or is it reality?

STU: I think it's reality. I think it's reality.

But it's not all bad news. But just, how confident do you feel in this scenario, that I'm about to walk you through?

GLENN: Okay. I'm guessing zero. But let me hear it.

STU: I went through all the outstanding races. Okay?

Looked at them. And I have -- I don't -- what I tend to find is a somewhat disturbing situation. Okay. So I've ranked all the races in the best chance for Republicans to win.

Okay?

So 212 are pretty much in the bag. 212. Got to get to 218 though.

GLENN: Wow. 218. That's a long way.

STU: That's easy. There's a lot of races. A couple dozen races.

GLENN: Really have to be over to 20, to even -- because you know there are a lot of weasels in there.

STU: Yes. For sure. But 218 is control. And at this point, I will take 218 control. Y, yes. I will too.

STU: All right. So I've ranked them in the old school grading system from -- you know your old high school days. A, B, C, E, F.

GLENN: Oh, that's harsh.

STU: Now, none of these are completely decided, but I came up with three A's. Three.

GLENN: Three. And that means really high, according to the grading scale. These are the best of the best.

STU: Yeah. Not sure things. Let me give you an example of a race that I put as an A.

Lauren Boebert's race in Colorado. That's an A. Now, as of right now, she leads by 0.4 percent with 90 percent of the vote in.

GLENN: How many votes is she actually -- not percentage.

STU: Not percentage.

That's a good question.

I could -- give me one moment, Glenn. Of course, I can pull that up for you. And I am completely prepared to give you any detail.

GLENN: Why are you stalling?

STU: And that's what's important about this particular coverage. I can always tell you at a moment's notice. And people need to understand this.

GLENN: Wow.

STU: I think we understand.

GLENN: I think we're very, very clear. We're looking at the number of votes --

STU: In that race?

Yeah, I've got it at --

GLENN: In that race.

STU: 1,122 thank you.

GLENN: Okay. 1,000 votes away. 99 percent in.

STU: 99 percent in.

And you would think, basically what about we're talking about there. The outstanding vote, couldn't overturn it. Only if there was a recount or something else.

GLENN: All right. I feel good.

STU: I feel good. That's the type of A race I'm talking about.

With three votes, that gets Republicans to 215.

GLENN: Wait, we have three of those. Three A races.

GLENN: That are that good?

STU: I think so. There's another race in New York. 0.4 --

GLENN: Oh, in New York. Okay.


STU: 0.4 percent.

GLENN: That's not Colorado. That's New York. Okay.

STU: Yeah. I mean -- that we say it that way. You know it doesn't sound as good. You know, but --

GLENN: Right. Where is the third one?

STU: Third one.

Uh-oh. That one is in California.

GLENN: California. That one is not even New York.

That's California.

STU: All you have to do is depend on the fine people in New York and California. Again, these are close races.

GLENN: Okay.

STU: But I'm going to go ahead and give us those three. For the optimistic take here on the House.

GLENN: All right. And that gets us to.

STU: Fifteen.

GLENN: 215. Seeming even more cavernous in between 215 and 218.

STU: Right. It seemed really easy.

GLENN: Seemed pretty easy.

STU: With a couple dozen races out there. Why can't he we get -- all we need is six, right?

But now -- I only have three. So now we're at 215. You can say --

GLENN: A B is still passing. It's still a good grade.

STU: Right. It's still a good grade. How many races would you like to see in the B column to make yourself comfortable that Republicans would win?

GLENN: Twenty-seven.

STU: Twenty-seven that's a good number. That's how I would feel, because I always feel that these things will go against us.

GLENN: Sure. How many do we have?

STU: Two. Two races that are B. Just two.

GLENN: Two races. That would take us to -- to 217.

STU: Yes. And you'll be excited that here, in our B's, we have another California.

GLENN: Oh, good.

STU: You're going to be super confident. Because it's Arizona, is the other one.

GLENN: Oh, I hope it's Maricopa County. Because that one has done -- that one has done so well.

STU: Yes. Now, if we assume we have both of the A's and the B's. That gets us to not 218, which is what you need.

GLENN: No. Yeah.

STU: But 217.

GLENN: 217.

STU: Which is one less than what you need.

GLENN: So we don't have control there?

STU: Don't have control at 217.

GLENN: Now, may I ask, how much worse is a B from an A? Is it like 1100 votes?

STU: Okay. You want to go --

GLENN: Or it should be 900 votes.

STU: One race in Arizona. It's a 0.2 percent lead.

GLENN: Uh-huh.

STU: With 94 percent of the voting. That's a B.

A B, a B, boys and girls. I'm not being unfair with these rankings. That's a B. And the only reason I say it's a B, is because it was expected to be a pretty easy -- not an easy win. But it's a purplish district. It was projected to be a Republican-leaning district this time.

Now, of course, we've seen that before.

GLENN: In what state?

STU: In Arizona.

GLENN: Good. Good. All right.

STU: And then we have a race in California, where there is a six--point lead currently for the Republican. However, only 52 percent of the vote in, that will shrink, as we get closer.

GLENN: That's B?

STU: That's B. But that was leaning Republican anyway.

They have the lead. I will give you a B. That gets you to 217. Now you go to C.

GLENN: You just need one of these.

STU: You just need one of them.

And you would like how many to be there? Just get one added.

GLENN: I would like -- this is a C. This is a C.

STU: So, again, you're in toss-up area.

GLENN: So I would like maybe -- maybe I'll shoot low. Five?

STU: Five. That's a nice guy. Unfortunately, you lose.

GLENN: I lose.

STU: Because I only have three. In the C's.

GLENN: You only have three!

STU: Now, if you're optimistic and you take those A's and B's and you're like, we can get these off, that's 217. One of these three.

GLENN: We still have the House. This kids, is going well. Is going well.

I think Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy, I think they've done their job. I think they've done their job.

STU: They should be rewarded with more leadership. Don't you think?

GLENN: They should be rewarded with new positions.

STU: Now, here we have two California races, and a California in the C's.

GLENN: We have, what?

GLENN: Two California races. Please, tell me it's like in the farming area of California.

STU: Some of them are.

Again, California we make fun of. There are races that a lot of Republicans win in California.

Some of them are even favored in. But like, for example, this one, which is a -- a toss-up.

GLENN: It's a toss-up.

STU: A toss-up race, I would say right now. If you look at the projections.

Was a Biden-plus six district. So one that Biden won. But now in this environment, which is not necessarily -- it's only slightly better for Republicans. Maybe. We need the Republican to win. And, of course, we still have 30 percent of the vote to count.

We don't know at this point.

GLENN: Oh, 30.

STU: Then you get into the D's.

GLENN: Wait. That was it?

That was it?

STU: There's 3 C's.

I mean, you have -- I think there's -- there's one that is in Arizona, where the Republican leads by 0.6 percent with 89 percent of the vote in.

Which my A's, I put, if you're over 95 percent in and you're winning, put that as an A. This was at 89 percent in winning. So a chance. Certainly a chance.

And it was a likely Republican district going in. So you would think, maybe there's a chance that some of the -- some of the votes will be -- again, you see me. I'm reaching for some of these. Again, it's close.

0.6 percent lead.

GLENN: But if we won all the C's.

STU: C's, right?

That would give you to 20. Which, again, isn't great.

In fact, a lot of these mainstream people, looking at this, are like, well, we project 221 for Republicans. Plus or minus four.

GLENN: Well, that's -- that's a big plus or minus.

STU: Yes. 225 at this point, would be like, wow. That's fantastic.

217, would be bad. Bad.

GLENN: Yeah. Okay.

STU: Then you have 3D's. Then I have the rest of them are F's. They're not going to win.

GLENN: They're not going to win.

STU: Again, they're all in California, mostly in California. These are all districts that lean Democrat. And the Democrat even had the lead in a bunch of them.

GLENN: May I just ask a quick question.

STU: Yes.

GLENN: Why is it that it just seems to be in the sketchy states, where they can't really count everything?

STU: That might be why we picture them as sketchy.

GLENN: It might be. It might be.

STU: That might be why. It might be something in theory, if as a lawmaker in one of these states, you would be incentivized to correct your terrible practices. Because no one believes your voting anymore.

GLENN: Correct. Or you might not be incentivized.

STU: Yeah. Exactly. So, again, you can see why, right? You would say, hey, Republicans are favored in this race. And I would say, you're probably -- maybe right.

GLENN: No. No. Uh-uh.

STU: But like 95 percent confidence. Do you have 95 percent confidence in that scenario, I just mapped out for you?

GLENN: Wait. Wait. Wait. Are Republicans involved?

STU: They are.

GLENN: No. I don't have any confidence in it then.

STU: You remember us saying over and over again, Republicans should win this election. Unless they screw it up.

GLENN: Which they always do.

STU: They always do.

GLENN: I believe was the rest of that prediction.

STU: They're very good at that. You know, you have a couple of rank choice voting.

GLENN: Now, who would you say -- I'm going to give you time. I'm going to give you time.

Who would you say, are most responsible for that loss. Now, don't answer right away.

I want you to think. Is there anyone that might be responsible, that maybe we should reassign.

And I don't mean reassign their sex.

I mean reassign them to, I don't know.

Basement duty. Instead of running the show.

I just day think about it. I'll give you a minute. It's up to you and me to make a difference. To help our country become free again.

It starts with us. And our children. Look what's going on in our country today. There's a bigger need than ever before, for young people to rise up and say no to big government. But that's not happening. Did you see -- did you see, it was an ASU. Maybe it was ASU, that had the -- the voter polls. 94 percent towards the Democrats.

STU: Yeah. It was good.

GLENN: It was good. No, no, no. Seriously.

STU: Luckily, all those parents paid for the education.

GLENN: Yeah. So that's good.

Anyway, here's what you need to do: I want you to go to TuttleTwinsBeck.com. They're offering three activity workbooks. 35 percent off all their kid's books. These things will teach your kids about freedom. It will also teach your kids about socialism. And why socialism is a siren song.

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GLENN: Who do you think is responsible for this?

STU: Based on your lead, I believe --

GLENN: No, no, don't base it on my lead --

STU: I'm trying to analyze this. I believe -- I'm talking it through like I'm on a game show. Based on your question.

GLENN: Based on my question, yes.

STU: Do we have game show music. Based on your question. I think what you want me to say.

GLENN: No. This is not -- no, this is not high school. This is not high school. I'm not a progressive teacher.

STU: I think you would have an opinion on this. And you would say, I guess I would generalize this, as Republican leadership.

GLENN: Mitch McConnell.

STU: Mitch McConnell doesn't have anything to do with the House.

GLENN: No. Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy. Both of them. Both of them should about it. Both of them should go. These guys were the same guys that were in those positions, under Donald Trump.

You know when they got rid of Obamacare.

STU: Glenn, they didn't get rid of --

GLENN: Oh, they didn't get rid of that. Wow. Well, these guys have done an awful lot. And Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy have got to go.

Even if they're a minority, maybe especially since they're the minority leaders.

STU: I mean, after a poor showing, usually, what you see are repercussions for the people who led the charge to the poor showing. That's usually how things work in the world. Right?

GLENN: Yes. But not here.

STU: You're a football coach. Your team is three-nine. And you're not going to make the playoffs. And you have a big payroll. Usually, you get fired.

GLENN: Right.

STU: Usually, what happens?

GLENN: Right.

STU: But that doesn't seem to be the way that these things go in Washington.

GLENN: No. No. Okay. Here are the people that can make Mitch McConnell a thing of the past. Mitt Romney, call his office.

STU: Now, Mitt Romney, is he really going to do a thing about -- he loves it. He's responsible for the red wave. Remember?

GLENN: I know. But this is what he should know.

He should know that I'm going to remember what you said about -- about Mitch McConnell being responsible.

And since you were wrong about that, I'm sure you're going to evict him. And if not, don't worry about it. Because we have a very long memory. And next election, you are out.

Remember, it's only two years.

Deb Fisher from Nebraska. Roger Whittaker from Mississippi. Rick Scott, Florida. Ted Cruz, Texas. Mike Brawn from Indianapolis. From Indiana. Josh Hawley from Missouri. John Barrasso from Wyoming.

Marsha Blackburn. All of these people need to be reminded that when you lose and you have put your money into an Alaska race, that was going to go to the Republican, no matter what. And you doubled down there.

STU: Really egregious.

GLENN: It's really egregious.

He cut money from Arizona. Could have won.

STU: New Hampshire.

GLENN: Could have won.

STU: Took the money from there. Put it into a race, where two Republicans were going against each other. Because he wanted to rescue Lisa Murkowski.

GLENN: Why? And why did he want to do that? Because the candidate running against Lisa Murkowski said, she will not vote for Mitch McConnell as leadership.

All of these senators, all of these senators, know what their constituents are saying about Mitch McConnell. But Mitch McConnell has a very heavy hammer. And he is trying to rush this thing through. You've got to call them today.

The government switchboard at the Capitol is (202)224-3121. Get on the phone. Mitch McConnell, and Kevin McCarthy. Let's start first with the Senate.

Because they're going to be meeting tomorrow. And then I guess voting on Wednesday.

We have a very short time period. Mitch McConnell must not be the majority leader.

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China has SECRET POLICE stations operating in AMERICA?!

China doesn’t just treat dissidents within its borders poorly — the Chinese Communist Party reportedly is cracking down on those who speak ill against the nation OVERSEAS, too. In this clip, Glenn details new reports of SECRET Chinese police stations that allegedly are operating all around the world…including IN AMERICA.

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GLENN: I saw a story last week, from the Netherlands. The Dutch government, on Tuesday, ordered China, to immediately close their police stations in the Netherlands. Did you hear this?

Reports say, they're being used to harass dissidents.

So if you are Chinese, were from China, and you -- you know got the hell out of there. Or you say anything about China, that is you know taboo for China, they have these Chinese police stations.

Now, they're operating in Amsterdam. And Rotterdam.

And they say, that they're just offering diplomatic assistance. They have never declared themselves to the Netherlands government. And so, they are investigating and want to shut them down, because they say they're there to intimidate anyone who speaks out against China.

And I read that story. And we didn't have time to get to it last week. And I thought, jeez, look at what's coming. Look at what's coming.
Then over the weekend, I saw another one.

There are 54 police stations in 30 countries, on five continents.

We are looking now at the UK. Spain. Netherlands. You're looking at Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Ecuador, Nigeria, South Africa. It's all over. Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Serbia, Greece, Ireland.

They're everywhere. Absolutely everywhere. Including the United States. This is the story that just broke yesterday.

The US government must immediately investigate and shudder the recently discovered overseas Chinese government police station in New York City for potential violation of US laws. In 2022, the Chinese Communist Party established secret police stations in over 100 cities around the world to conduct intimidation and harassment operations against overseas Chinese.

I will tell you, without giving you any details, and I am only scarce on the details -- I would love to tell you this story. But I'm scarce on the details, because this American citizen is terrified for their life.

Again, I can't give you any details. But he said something online about China. A Chinese agency reached out to him and said, you will stop this. We know where you live, we know your family. And you will stop this.

This guy was so terrified. When I called him, because we're working on something. Or hope to be working on something.

And he said, I can't -- I can't -- I can't, I can't.

He was terrified. And he's here in the United States. And remember, Stu, we talked about it off the air. And I said, can you imagine being that terrified that somebody could get you here in the United States, from China?

STU: Uh-huh.

GLENN: They have a secret police in America. And what are we doing about it? What are we doing about it?

Now, I'm going to tie this in. Now, listen to this. Political reception for the US representative's Lauren Underwood and Sean Caston, Biden said, and now what are we all worried about? What are we all worried about? Elon Musk goes in and buys an outfit that sends -- that spews lies all across the world.

Now, I don't know what he meant by outfit. Did he mean Twitter? Or did he actually buy an outfit that actually spews lies? I'm not sure. He said, there's no editors anymore in America. There are no editors. How do we expect kids to be able to understand what's at stake?

So you have a guy who is responsible for all of these lies. Lies. Twitter finally is holding the president responsible for some of the things that they tweet out. And he immediately attacks Elon Musk. About spewing lies. He just started. He just started. What are you even knowing about what he's doing?

Okay. So you have him. Twitter advertisers now are being boycotted. Now, this is going to come as a surprise to you. But apparently, they're all being organized, with dark money from Soros, Clinton, and foreign networks. The campaign to pull corporate advertising from Twitter, this is from dossier. The Substack. Following its purchase by SpaceX founder Elon Musk. Is being led by a network of left-wing dark wing activists.

An advocacy group, formed in 2020, called accountable tech, is organizing the pressure campaign. Which thus far, succeeded in having Pfizer, Audi, General Mills, and other corporations pull their advertising. Accountable Tech is taking credit for the organizing of an open letter, signed by dozens of progressive groups, which demanded that the multi-national corporation cease advertising on Twitter, immediately.

The letter says, Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter, came with his promise to advertisers like you, that the social network would not transform into a free-for-all hell escape. And it would remain warm and welcoming to at all.

Have you seen anything like a hell escape on Twitter?

STU: No. It's the same exact thing right now. I don't think has really changed.

GLENN: We, the undersigned corporations call on you to notify Musk, and publicly commit that you will cease all advertising on Twitter globally, if he follows through on his plans to undermine brand safety and community standards, including gutting, content moderation. Now, who funds accountable tech?

Well, that is funded by the north fund. Follow me on this.

Who is the north fund? The north fund is controlled and funded by Arabella Advisors.

But who is Arabella Advisors?

If you watch my TV show, I did a whole Wednesday night special on this, about five months ago. Arabella is the for-profit --

STU: Philanthropic.

GLENN: -- philanthropic -- thank you -- consulting company, founded by Clinton's confidant, Eric Kessler. Hmm.

Another Clinton network operative is also the cofounder of Accountable Tech. They also employ former Clinton campaign operative, as its digital director. So you have George Soros, Bill Clinton, I mean, Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton. And you have all of the dark money, putting this together.

But you wouldn't know that. These are the people, that have spent $1.2 billion on the election cycle. This one.

I'm sorry. 2020. $1.2 billion. Where are they getting all that money? That's a lot of money. This was just founded. Where are they getting $1.2 billion?

Well, I will tell you, that George Soros source is a big part of that. But apparently, they also get some funding from overseas, as well. Hmm.

Isn't that weird? Now, last thing. Because remember, we were talking about Chinese police. And then we went to Twitter and China. And how Twitter is just horrible, says Joe Biden.

Chinese spyware app, TikTok, has now hired a long-time Democratic flack, who served as President Joe Biden's 2020 campaign press secretary. And deputy pentagon spokesman. This is according to the Daily Mail.

So wait a minute. We have TikTok, that is a communist spy organization, that is data-collecting on Americans. We know it's dangerous.

We have a -- a -- a Chinese police station, in countries all over the world, including ours, that's intimidating. And Joe Biden, and the Pentagon's former spokesperson. Or deputy spokesperson, just went to work for them.

Hmm. Wow.

STU: Stunning.

GLENN: And who is it again, that's engaging in all of the disinformation?