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What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and. Hello, America. I've got good news and I've got bad news and I actually have some really good, good, good news. And we're also going to be talking to the administration this hour about the absolute humiliation of the Obama administration and their Middle East policy. Donald Trump has I mean, I think I think I have an understanding of Donald Trump that most people don't. And I've talked to him about this.

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I think he has just pulled off one of the biggest coups in the Middle East. And it's a it's a Donald Trump tried and true strategy. And, you know, kind of the extra, you know, icing on the pudding. I mean, why just have icing on cake is the fact that it's really just a pretty repudiation of everything that Obama tried to do in the Middle East. We've got a great show for you all lined up. Don't miss a second.

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You miss a minute. You'll miss a lot. America, it's Friday. Is the Glenn Beck program. Yeah, hello. Yeah, I know what you're thinking, I have no idea.

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That's right, partner. It's a wild, wild west in the Middle East. Donald Trump is just the best when it comes to negotiating in the Middle East. I mean, he just is playing this. He's playing every card.

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Exactly right, in my opinion. And that's why the State Department hates him so much. That's why all of the experts hate him so much, because he's doing, I think, what all of us would do. We've all said, why are we why are you sitting down and negotiating?

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They're never it's never in good faith. Why don't we try, you know, good cop, bad cop.

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Why don't we do that one? And that's what he's doing and it's working and we'll talk about that coming up in just about 30 minutes.

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We have the U.S. ambassador on with us in just a minute.

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So I have some good news and I have some bad news. And I thought what I would do is I would I would, you know, intersperse them. I'd go, you want to start with good news or bad news first and then we'll do every other story will be good news and bad news.

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All right. Well, I guess it doesn't matter too much, but you just kind of give some good news. So I guess you go to bat first.

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So we go to bat first. OK, earthquakes up to the man. The magnitude of four point six under the Salton Sea are raising concern that a larger quake will be unleashed soon on the San Andreas Fault.

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This is the fault, but part of the fault that has not ruptured since 16 eighty. And they are now saying that this could be a really bad one.

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And there's a swarm of these San Andreas Fault earthquakes that are happening right now that usually lead you to believe that a major one is coming.

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Wait, you said start with a bad news. Yes. OK, sorry, I start I went the other way. This is a good news. California may just slide into the ocean soon. So sorry.

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I screw that one up. I went to start with bad news. Bad news, bad news. Here's one.

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The radical Youth Liberation Front is active now in Portland. And this is a group of teenagers.

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And I just I you know, people say that some people, you know, some some of the members of, you know, the the youth today are just worthless. And and I just want you to know these guys are out there. They're working hard every day. This is a group that is not talking about abolishing the police. They're not talking about changing policies. In their latest tweet, they said, we don't want to be led. We don't want to lead.

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We just want to destroy the United States of America, which, you know, I think is good. Their official statement is abolish the United States of America, not destroy it, just abolish it.

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And they said members of our group report that watching the Senate hearing on Antifa was very inspiring. Countless times the movement was referred to as being well organized and was conceded that they are winning on several occasions, will succeed in abolishing America. And I love this.

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People say the youth can't spell. They spelled America right.

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They spelled it with KKK in the middle, which is which is great. They are now encouraging Seattle to stand strong and keep up the energy tonight. Portland, it's all going to be good. When the flag was burned, you remember what was it last weekend where they took the pages of the Bible, lit them on fire, and then used the Bible pages to light a flag on fire, which I thought was really great.

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You may have missed this, Glenn. That was just Russian propaganda. That was what that was Russian propaganda. Yes.

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The media, actually. Oh, that's what they were saying.

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And so you read the fact check. Yeah. Come on, fact check Russian propaganda. So you go and you're like, what do you mean? Like so they're saying basically what Russian agents came over and did this or maybe like it's a video from a totally different time and a totally different area that the Russian bots are pushing out, like what's their argument? Right. And so they go and you look at it, it's like they're their explanation is it was real video.

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It was, you know, of antifa burning Bibles. But Russia was the first one who promoted it.

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It's like, oh, wait a minute, that's not the same thing you're talking about. Yeah, like I'm just saying that you guys, as the media did a really bad job and didn't pick it up, like, I don't know what.

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Can I tell you something, Stu?

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I have never I said this yesterday, but I can I just can't even listen. You know, I listen to the daily every day and I listen to up first on NPR. I try to keep informed on what the other side is saying. Right.

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I have zero desire now. I have had no desire to watch this stuff for a long time.

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But I mean, like, I used to be able to justify it and say, yeah, well, I need to hear the other side. I need to hear, you know, the other point of view, etc., etc. It's just propaganda, straight up propaganda now. And I'm like, why am I listening to propaganda? Why am I listening to somebody who who refuses to at least appear to be balanced?

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You know, I was listening to one of them today and they were like the Middle East peace, which is the opposite direction of Barack Obama. And I'm like, oh, my. They're going to. OK, all right. Bring it on. Bring it on. OK, let's hear some truth. And this will absolutely fail. And it's it's most likely all just driven by politics for the next election. And it really means nothing.

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I'm like, well, that's your analysis, that Barack Obama's policy was better, even though nothing but bad stuff came of it. And he empowered Iran, it was better because this is just a political maneuver, you know, I don't even begin to understand it.

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No. And then the opposing view was, well, yes, yes, it is politics.

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But I think the more important factor is that this was already happening. I mean, the UAE and Israel, they were already cooperating. So there wasn't really anything that was accomplished. What?

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That's an amazing one, because here they are. I mean, they had to admit it publicly. That's the big deal, right? The big deal is taking the step of saying yes, as an Arab nation or working with the Israelis.

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That's a huge, huge deal. And, you know, it's possible it creates some sort of cascading effect where other nations do this as well, which would be a very a very big deal. But you have to give the media a little bit of a break here, Glenn. I mean, they've they've gone here over three years. They've got three months left to this election. They can't turn this around.

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Now, this is they've made their entire life's work getting this guy out of office. Right. And, you know, they just cannot stop themselves from being focused only on that goal.

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I think there's a chance that, you know, I'm going to share some new polls out today about people being absolutely unwilling to say that they support the Republicans or Donald Trump or anything. They're just unwilling, their supporters. They're absolutely unwilling to say it. And I think there's a chance that Donald Trump really surprises everybody. I mean, that's what I'm hoping for. So I don't know how much is I'm hoping and how much is, you know, actual analysis here.

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So, you know, take this with a grain of salt. But I think there's a chance that he really surprises the press and the polls and everything else, and he pulls out a pretty significant victory. I could be completely wrong in wishful thinking, but I think that's I think that's a possibility. And I want that to happen so badly because I just want to see their heads pop.

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I just want to see them go.

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I mean, was sobbing in back alleys after the last time he got elected, I imagine what's going to happen to you and what will they say if he wins again?

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They've done everything, everything they've sold out every value, every principle. They've destroyed journalism. They've destroyed themselves. They've lied, cheated and stolen to do anything they can to stop him. They really will. You will just see heads pop on the screen. They'll just and they'll just overload. It'll be like. And he's just won his 50 estate or.

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And it was a sea like blood splatters on the screen say they're not going to be the only one surprised if he wins 50 states. I will also be surprised if he's able to pull off. I know. I know.

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But if he but if he has a clear win, if he has a clear win, they won't know what to do. They just won't know what to do. Well, yes, they will, because they're already planting the seeds. He stole the election somehow or another.

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It's because he screwed with the USA, a host of us, nothing that was raised.

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He's messing with the mail. It's like his own guy that he appointed says that they are going to have no problem getting the ballots to the right locations when they need to be.

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Exactly what he would say now is exactly what he would say if they were trying to steal it. Yeah, I mean, and he's warning like that he's not going to give them the extra money in all of these things. But like his own guy, should he appointed saying that they can do it.

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The Postal Service. I'm sorry. I know that it has like a ninety one percent approval rating in America. That's insane.

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It's the Postal Service. Does it really have it? So do I. Is that true? Ninety it is, yeah.

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The new survey shows it is the most trusted out of all of the government branches, the Postal Service, isn't it?

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It's like you say, and for all the jokes about how bad the service is. And I've never really found that to be true at the post office.

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Maybe that's but still is when it when it's something. The only part of that I don't like about the post office is it's just ineffective because it's losing so much money. Yeah.

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You know, I get the job done and it's did it's dependable, et cetera, et cetera. But, you know, I'm tired of losing money with the Postal Service.

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Stop it, stop it. Run it like a business or let a business do it.

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You know, have people forgotten how much money it's like, I love Amtrak. Well, you know what? If you don't care what it cost and you don't care that it loses tons of money, go for it. But that's not common sense. That's not smart. And I think it's time we get somebody in the post office that that is is tough on the post office and not not the workers or anything else.

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But just as we are going to make this a legitimate business.

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And that's that's exactly who Trump brought in. Right. He brought in a businessman to do. Right. You know, so that's that's what they're attempting. They state that. Yeah. Yeah. All right.

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We have more good news coming up in just a second. I think we're on the good news one, aren't we? I think. Did I tell you about the earthquake that. Yeah. Now we got that one. California.

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Yeah, they got OK. All right.

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But tappa, we're just running out of time, I want to tell you about a couple of things that are happening tonight on Blaze TV. First of all, I did yesterday the weekly podcast, and I did it with Herschel Walker.

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He's a neighbor of mine. And he is he's one of the most remarkable men I've I think I've ever met.

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You will hear a podcast that will absolutely inspire you.

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I've had people tell me already that have listened to it because it came out last night on Bleys. I've already received emails. People in the office have talked about it, the producer or executive producer on this program, not not Stu, but Ricky, who runs the television side.

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She is she said this morning, she said, I was listening to it. I was in tears. This and happy tears. It is so inspiring. And you will.

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You'll see a glimpse of America and the American spirit that you've never seen, but you'll also learn something. Did you know this, Stu, that he has split personality disorder?

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No, I didn't know that at all. I didn't know earlier this back story.

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It is it is fascinating. And we talked about it. But, you know, he didn't want to dwell on it. So we we hit and we spent probably maybe, I don't know, five or six minutes on it. It's fascinating. He actually now he doesn't talk about this, but it was in I think it was in an article that I read about him.

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He is diagnosed as a split personality like Sybil, OK?

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And I think he has like six different personalities that he's had to live with. And according to this one article that I read, that's one of the reasons why there was a divorce.

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His first wife divorced him because he was dating her with this one personality that kind of took over. And she was like, I don't even know you. And the doctor was like, because that's who you were dating somebody else. I mean, it's it's bizarre. Yeah. And he has conquered this. He has faced it, and he has become such a great success story and now willing to just piss it all away because he believes in Donald Trump.

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He believes in common sense. He doesn't believe in black lives matter. I mean, this is a don't miss the Herschel Walker podcast available right now for Bleys subscribers out wherever your podcast tomorrow afternoon at 3:00.

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Stranger things, could there be anything more strange than Barack Obama winning the Nobel Prize for Peace before he did anything, only to then follow that up with a massive disaster in the Middle East that led to the Arab Spring and and led to the wonderful alliance that we had with with Iran.

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And yet everyone is now looking at Donald Trump and saying he's a monster. He has reversed everything in the Middle East. And now we have another embassy being built and another ally coming out and saying, yep, we recognize Israel and we're working with Israel.

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This is. A, this is one of the biggest success stories of any presidency in my lifetime, what's been happening in the Middle East, what's been happening when Donald Trump moved the embassy to Jerusalem and now this UAE, a UAE deal. We have ambassador to Israel from the United States, David Friedman, on with us.

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David, this is I'm hearing from The New York Times and everybody else. This is no big deal. It's really, you know, kind of sketchy, whatever they're saying.

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Donald Trump did the opposite of Barack Obama and it is paying off big time. Tell me about this deal.

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Hi. Good. Good to be with you. Well, look, you know, it was no big deal. It was no big deal. Why didn't the Obama administration get it done? I mean I mean, it is it is a big deal. And, you know, look, in this business, we're all prone a little bit to hyperbole, but we all use the word historic, probably too often. But not here. Not here. I mean, this is an incredibly significant breakthrough.

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Look, an Arab country hasn't recognized Israel in 26 years. And what's happened here is that, you know, after being not just neglected but really abandoned, that I would say even betrayed by the Obama administration over the over over that term, you know, both the both Israel and the Emirates, because this insane deal that the president, President Obama made with Iran was equally threatening to Israel and the Emirates alike. You know, after those eight years, the president comes in and says, you know what he says to our by far our greatest ally in the region, I think our greatest ally in the world, Israel, and to an ever increasingly important friend and ally, the Emirates, the president's restore trust between America and these two countries.

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And, you know, it's tough to rebuild trust, you know, in human relations when you betray somebody, it's awfully hard to regain their trust. And it was it was not easy to regain the trust. But he did. And and now, you know, you have you have this historic moment, which I believe the president referred to it as an icebreaker. And I think it's going to cascade and really change the paradigm of the Middle East.

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Israel will be safer and more prosperous and secure.

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So that is that's one of the questions. Do you see this embassy building and open relations, good relations with Israel cascading into Saudi Arabia or any of these other countries?

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Well, without you know, I don't want to put pressure on any particular country because, you know, we we were able to achieve success with the Emirates by really keeping it quiet. You know, in Washington, everything leaks. Right? This is one of the huge secret, you know, was just kept under wraps until we announced that I want to give all the other countries the same space and the same opportunity to answer your question. Sure. Of course.

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Of course, this is going to have an effect. The first country is always the hardest and the second country is the next more different, the next most difficult in three, four or five. It really just becomes easier and easier and easier because they all have cover and they all you know, there's safety in numbers. And of course, we see this happening because all these countries first of all, you know, there's a common threat which is always helpful, you know, in terms of diplomacy.

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But it's not just the common threat from Iran. There's a huge upside here. All these countries are trying to emerge from, you know, kind of tribal conflicts and ancient grievances move into the 21st century, you know, gain access to technology, defense mechanisms, cybersecurity, you know, bio defense, all the things that Israel punches way above its weight. And they want to be with Israel and they want to be with the United States. That's the future.

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That's the future of the world. And they're starting to recognize it.

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So the the embassy being moved by the United States in Jerusalem, which everyone always said lead to war, lead to war, lead to war, everything that Donald Trump has done.

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And I think Kushner deserves an awful lot of credit. I was not I was not a fan of the Trump administration or Kushner at the very beginning, but the proof is in the pudding. I was absolutely wrong on so much of almost everything that I said that I thought Donald Trump would do in the Middle East.

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He is they deserve the credit. How much of this came from two things. One, the moving of the embassy and to this. Go ahead. Just you know what, Wesbank? That's what you want to call. Will it take it, take it? Yeah. How much of this was Donald Trump's kind of Tiffany's story? I don't know if you know that story of Tiffany's, but his negotiating skills.

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Yeah, the signal was enormously important, beginning with Jerusalem. You know, it was the law of the land for 25 years and ignored by by Clinton, Bush and Obama alike. The president says, look, I made a promise to do this is very important to my credibility in the region to keep my promise. Look, in the Middle East, you know, you have two things. You have credibility and you have strength. If you have those two things, you you there's there's the possibility of success if you don't have both of them.

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And frankly, Obama hadn't either. But if you don't have both of them, you know, you're heading into a quagmire. And so the president said, look, I made this promise. I'm going to keep my promise and I'm not going to be threatened by rogue regimes that are threatening the United States. Nobody threatens the United States. We're not going to have some, you know, some some small terrorist group threaten the United States. That was an enormous signal and a signal to the signal to Israel, of course, that, you know, that that that he had their back.

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And it's a signal to the other nations that he can be trusted, that he could be counted upon. And they said, look, we want to be with him. You know, we want to be with with some kind of weak guy. This is not the part of the world to be to be weak or to be hesitant. And it really, I think, set him up for this particular success yesterday.

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How concerned do you think the UAE and Saudi Arabia and everybody else in the Middle East is, our allies, that if you would listen to the press, there's no way Donald Trump is going to win.

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And the threat of not just a reversal of the Trump policies here, but even more Marxist tendencies and more love for, you know, the US's enemies of Iran and everything else.

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Are they concerned at all about this election going and turning the tide back towards the former administration? Well, of course they are.

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Of course they are. I mean, when when they say it's not the it's the policies. It's not the people, it's the policies. When when when people are campaigning on a promise to re-enter the jackpot, that that's a mortal threat to all these countries. I mean, you're talking about empowering the largest state sponsor of terrorism in the world. You know, people who have, you know, fanatical Islamic extremists that that are threatening to destroy Israel and frankly, threatening the region.

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And look, you know, I and I come from a family of Holocaust survivors. My view is, you know, when someone threatens to kill the Jews, you better take them seriously and every time not for it. And unfortunately, that wasn't the case in the last administration. And I really you know, everyone everyone is petrified about that possibility.

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So one last question. And it's kind of off of the deal, by the way. Just congratulations and congratulations to the administration legitimately. If this was a legitimate organization, he should receive the Nobel Prize for this. This is a massive, massive deal. But let me let me stay in the Middle East and just talk to you a little bit about Beirut, another really devastating blow to Iran and Hezbollah. But they're not going to take this sitting down.

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It looks like that bomb was it wasn't a bomb, but it was bomb making supplies and and all nefarious stuff. It wasn't fireworks. It looks like the Hezbollah is on the run in Beirut and there the people are turning against them, but they're not going to take this lying down. What do you see for the future in Beirut in the immediate future?

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I think in the immediate future, we'll see tension between the people of Lebanon and Hezbollah was never, never. And this is true of all these other terrorist groups as well. You know, they've never been good at governing. You know, Hamas is an abject failure at governing the Gaza Strip. Hezbollah is an abject failure. They brought nothing but misery, misery and more misery to their people. The problem is this. The problem is that they have a lot of weapons, just like the same thing with Hamas.

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It's really identical to Hamas in the Gaza Strip. They've got a lot of weapons. It's a brutal regime, no human rights, no respect for for any any human rights at all. So in those environments and there is no difference, you know, the people are miserable and the people are ready to rise up, but. It's really hard to rise up against a brutal regime that in a massive, massively more powerful I'm praying for the people of Lebanon, that they can somehow eject Hezbollah.

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They've done nothing, nothing but disaster for the people of Lebanon. And it's the same as the Palestinians in Gaza. It's a heartbreaking situation.

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And I would under I would I would guess that unlike the Obama administration, if the people did rise up, that we would at least have very vocal moral support for four of those freedom fighters and the people who were crying out that we've done that all around the world.

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I mean, it's not just in the Middle East. I mean, we have it right in our own backyard in Venezuela. I mean, yes, we are on record as supporting the people who rise up against these brutal, oppressive regimes. David, thank you very much.

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Thank you for your service to the country and to peace in the Middle East. Again, congratulations on this. And I hope we have four more years to truly cement the what's happening with the United States and Israel. I agree with you. They are our number one ally. I also agree with you when somebody says they're going to kill you and wipe you out. You better listen to them every single time, especially when they have a track record of doing it.

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Hey. Thank you and great talking to you.

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Thanks. You bet. The US ambassador to Israel. And so here we are trying to put our country back together.

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You see the school districts still I mean, this, you know, you said yesterday that, well, you know, why? Why are you saying that we're, you know, so shut down? We're we're we're really opening up. And you know what? You're absolutely right on that. Most of the country is on the road to opening back up and there's some good unemployment numbers, et cetera, et cetera. But then I see these things like I can't remember.

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It's I think it's in California. Some of these schools are saying they're not opening up the entire year. They're not opening up.

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Oh, yeah. If you're in California, you're totally screwed. I was talking about America. The part. OK, yeah. Yeah, they did.

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Did I tell you that scientists are thinking that the San Andreas Fault may have a big earthquake and part of California may just drift into the season?

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You're listening to Glenn Beck, hey, can you can you help me out with this, the 9/11 tribute in light?

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This is the best memorial I have ever seen anywhere in the world. I personally think it should be done year round, but the birds, I guess, get confused by it.

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So on 9/11, what they do is they take these huge two huge spotlights and they put them at ground zero where the towers were, and they shoot that light up into the air. And it's it is absolutely beautiful and stunning. They do it one day a year.

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September 11th, the tribute in Light Memorial has been canceled because of covid-19 concerns, because light and you light into the sky is known to spread the virus, which is a major, major issue I know all the doctors are worried about right now.

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Right. Right. So why what how does I mean, do I how how is that? Because it's not like it's a memorial that everybody goes down to see. Oh, I want to see the big spotlight. No, you it's it's a tribute that you see across the water. The closer you go to it, the less impressive it is. Right. The whole thing as a at a distance, that's kind of at a distance. So I don't understand how the 9/11 tribute needs to be canceled due to covid concerns.

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But, you know, damn it, if those spotlights would just wear a mask, it would be fine. Everything would be fine. All right. You've got a great hour coming up for you. The crazy news of the week in just a minute.

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Hello America. It's Friday and there's some surprising news to have you seen all of the surprising news that is is making the rounds. For instance, the Portland State Police has given up because they say the state's not serious about stopping. Yeah. What? Yeah. Wow. Shocking develop. We've we've got all kinds of shocking news to share with you. It's going to be a fun hour. You don't want to miss a second of today's show. You miss a minute you miss a lot.

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This is the city. One hundred and fifty one days into our 15 days to flatten the curve. Don't know how that worked. Well, 15 days, one hundred and fifty days, I mean, what's the difference there? A zero and what's a zero? Nothing. We've decided to go with all of these great investigative journalists today and give you the stories that they've been working on that are shocking. In a new segment we like to call. Thank you, took us a minute to get.

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To get to that, but really no crap, that's true. We would have seen that one coming, for instance, Minneapolis and Milwaukee and Chicago. Have seen now major surges in homicides. New data shows that it looks like for some reason, Milwaukee has seen a one hundred and twenty percent increase in murders compared to the same time last year. I don't know what's causing it, Minneapolis, second highest spike. One hundred and fourteen percent increase in murders.

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New York is reporting the same thing now, they say. That it may be caused by the city saying they're not going to enforce the laws.

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And they're going to defund the police, but they're not sure yet. Hmm, I can't believe what you're saying is this I am perplexed. I know this. How could this possibly how could one lead to the other?

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It would take someone like Sherlock Holmes to see this coming, wouldn't it? I mean, who would have seen this coming?

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Oh, gosh. Now another one.

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This one's from California.

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Bubar may shut down in California.

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What? Yes. What would. How could. What would.

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Well, well, I don't I'm not saying this is connected, OK, but apparently the new the new law in California that says you can't have any gigs, that you have a full time employee if you work for a company, there's no independent contractors.

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And that's what, you know, Uber is built on just people who say, you know what, I want to drive today, I've got another job or I, you know, want to work at my own hours and kind of be my own boss. You can't do that in California. And so it's destroying Uber in California. And they're saying now. Yeah, they're saying now Uber may shut down in California.

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You're kidding me. I when I didn't come through, I thought it would just improve the life of workers and now is leaving a state that is.

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Wow. Who would have seen that one coming?

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Really, honestly, I'm sure.

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Manhattan real estate. I'm sorry. Manhattan retail chains.

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Are now fleeing to the suburbs. No, apparently, yeah, no, I'm just trying to say, is Pat in there, Pat is just walked in. He can't believe some of this stuff I had is it's not like being hit in the face with a shovel.

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I'm speechless. Absolutely speechless.

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Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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So in the prime real estate areas, all the stores that rely on having international tourists and local tourists, they're all they're all being closed. They say Madison Avenue is no longer what it used to be. They are people are, quote, fleeing the city in droves.

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What? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. No.

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And apparently, apparently, this is also leading to the largest glut of apartments in the history of New York.

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One could be causing such flight from Manhattan. I, I don't I don't know, because there's been this idea over the years that people in Manhattan put up with things like the rat urine smell to get to all the great places that were open and exciting. And some said that that it was when they would close, people might leave the city. I kind of just thought they like the rat urine. So I'm shocked by this. The rats left.

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Maybe they've stopped urinating. Yeah, well, the rats, I believe, have also moved out of New York. They're afraid of the streets at night now and some of the rat hotels that have been looted. But the city is acting to put new taxes on rats, to keep them in place.

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And I'm sure that will who I mean, I didn't see it.

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I didn't see it coming myself. I yes. Yesterday, Joe Biden, in a shocking, shocking interview, has come out and said he wants to mandate all Americans wear masks.

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What really he doesn't seem like the type of guy that would want to imbue something like that nationwide for the federal government.

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I have to tell you, I didn't see this one coming. I have not seen anything from the Democrats, from the left that they might be draconian, that they might just implement federal laws that go against rights, you know what I mean? Just jam things down people's throat. I didn't see it coming.

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So unlike, like you seem so unlike I did in Ferguson. Is that still a word? Flabbergasted. I mean, if it is.

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Yeah, well, Joe Biden understands it. Yes, yeah, he understands that word. He does.

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He's like, oh, that's one of those newfangled words. So now some might say that this mandate by the president of the United States might be something that people would push against.

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Now, I don't see that coming. I think Americans will love the idea that the federal government tells you exactly what to do.

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If they're patriotic, they will. Yeah, if they're patriots, they will. Yeah. The way I think about it is that the mask is like a hug for your face.

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Oh, that's nice. You know, like I think if you think of it that way, it's just really nice. I like that. Thank you.

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That's really beautiful.

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I didn't see that one coming either. Still, I didn't. Now, there's there's a couple of things here that I need to get you guys on board, because I saw this one coming and I'm no Sherlock Holmes, I saw this one coming. But you guys are sports fans, so you would know the NBA ratings continue to be exceptionally low this month. What?

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Yeah, even though even though everybody has been saying, you know, I just want sports back, apparently for some reason they're not watching sports, are they?

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Not enjoying the Black Lives Matter messages on the back of everybody's jerseys or the mural painted on the court? Because I love that stuff. Me too. It's beautiful art. Are they not enjoying perhaps the kneeling prior to during the national anthem and the in-your-face messages all day long about how bad white people are? I because I love that. Are others not liking it, huh? Why?

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I don't they don't have it. They don't they don't have a reason or an explanation yet on why.

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Hard to figure in the NBA. It's very hard to figure. People are trapped at home and they've all been saying how much they miss sports. But then you give the people what they want. Yeah. And they don't.

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They don't they don't go.

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People are so fickle. Just so fickle. Yeah. Yeah.

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I mean, especially when you give them sports with a heavy dose of politics. Who wouldn't love that. Right. Because I was afraid about watching sports because I was afraid I wouldn't get all the updates I needed on all the protests and now I could get both at the same time.

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Well, you're not getting the update on the protests. You're getting the explanation of the protests, you know what I mean? Yeah, you're getting what everybody's yearning for somebody that can put it into perspective. Yeah. Without all the.

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Hey, look, when I was watching the Celtics game and they showed up in the interview right after they gave me a lengthy explanation of Angela Brown, the former person who is ran for vice president of the Communist Party USA and was on the FBI's 10 most wanted list because she supplied guns to a murderer. Right. I thought it was like that sounds like great entertainment to me. Does is it not, what others want? Yeah. Oh, yeah.

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Yeah.

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Why so, Pat, I you know, obviously I haven't watched I mean, poor Herschel Walker yesterday. I did a podcast with him and I started with, I don't know, Jack about sport. I knew you won a Heisman Trophy, but I and I could I could describe the Heisman Trophy, but I don't know how you win or anything else.

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And he was just like, dear God, dear God, help me now. But anyway, you know, I really am not watching these things like most Americans.

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Are they really putting phrases on the court like they threatened to do? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah.

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On the back of the jerseys. Well, you got the Black Lives Matter on the court. The big mural, like they put in the middle of the streets, not a mural, is just big black block letters that say Black Lives Matter, a mural I thought was somewhat of a painting, if you will.

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Yeah, that was just up. The definition of a mural has changed. But anyway, yeah, they write that all the things that this is just like a vinyl strip on the court that just says Black Lives Matter. Yes.

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Different than a mural. Right. Is different.

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I was I thought it was interesting is they're also doing the thing where they put the names on the back like like, say, Black Lives Matter. It's where the name normally would be or things like, say, say their names. Yeah.

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The one that I don't think worked very well was they've been putting the how many more and so unfortunately comes right above the number. So like one guy said was number fourteen, it just said, how many more. Fourteen looks like that seems like why do you want to murder he. But he may he may be making a prediction, he may be making it, but there's going to be more that will be all him.

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Fourteen. All right.

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So you know, and when you look at it that way, I mean, it's every life we lose is bad. But if it's fourteen more and then it's done. Right.

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I mean, we fixed it. That's, you know, that's it's optimistic. It's optimistic. One more thing. According to the sports business journal, HBO's Hard Knocks premiered on Tuesday.

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And my Blaz TV show has more viewers and viewers, I think, than this did.

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I'm not kidding you.

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That's right. I mean, I like watching hard knocks. I'm a huge NFL fan. Did had no idea that it started already. I have no idea that I didn't know either.

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Oh, so you think that maybe this one is not due to everybody just being pissed at sports? It's just maybe you just people didn't know I was possible.

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I mean, we can't figure that. Look, we are not we are absolutely not Sherlock Holmes. So we. If we don't, we don't have all the answers, we don't have all the answers here, we're perplexed by these stories and so many others.

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Oh, hey, did you see the Seattle city councilwoman that has just ripped apart Karmon best car and best is the former Seattle chief of police.

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She was a black woman.

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She seemed to have common sense. And and, of course, they had to let her go.

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You know, you just let her walk.

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She had been betrayed by the city, the mayor, the city council over and over again. And she said when they started cutting salaries, how do you make something bad? I mean, you want to make the government better, you know, or our military better. What do you do? You cut spending. You want to make your business better. You go and you hire better people. You spend more money to hire better people.

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You don't you don't just say, you know, we want to get really so much better. We're just going to cut everything by 50 percent. That doesn't usually go hand in hand.

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I don't know that logic. But of course, the Seattle City Council, they know better. She says that it was no accident that right wing figures like William Barr, we're sorry to see her step down. They recognize the service best has provided the capitalist class by pushing back against Black Lives Matter at the height of its power. I mean, can you believe the language that people are using now?

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And it was like, oh, hey, what a what is the NBA on tonight?

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They're pushing the capitalist class. They are providing a service to the capitalist class. She says in the face of mob violence, she drew a line by line in the sand. And there is it's it's no no coincidence that Donald Trump likes her.

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Yeah, I mean. Yeah, that's an amazing one, because she's one of those people who I think cut through this entire era as one of the people I really liked, which me to, you know, probably do like very many people involved.

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Yeah, no, I know.

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But I mean, she was she you could tell she felt completely defeated. She wasn't going to she didn't break the process, though, right.

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She she had no choice but to to respect what she had to, you know, essentially taking her orders.

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But she I mean, she was apologizing profusely to her own officers for not being able to protect them, for not being able to let them do anything that they wanted to do to try to protect the people in the business owners in that area. She stood up in a really tough time.

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And that's why there's a lot out who are calling for her to run for office and all of these things. And I don't know if that's all you know.

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Well, you know, the mayor the mayor just asked the city, the Washington state Supreme Court, to rule in her favor on stopping a recall of the mayor. The Seattle residents, 50000 of them, signed a petition to get her out of office. And today she's filing with the OR yesterday she filed with the Supreme Court of Washington State to stop that. I don't know. I think I think if this woman would run for mayor, I think she I think the Socialists might be surprised.

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I mean, you know, I have no idea. Seattle is insane. But I think there's enough people that even agree with a lot of stuff with the Marxists that want security.

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But yes. Well, do I know bits and pieces when you start talking about Herschel Walker? I listen.

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Yeah, well, we got to talk about Herschel Walker. It is the most fascinating, the most jaw dropping and the most inspiring interview I think I've ever done. It's a it's an interview with Herschel Walker. I we premiered it for Bleys subscribers last night. You can still get it at Bleys TV, everyone. It'll be available for everybody on Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. It is a don't mess.

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This thing is is just it's it's did you know that he had split personality disorder?

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I never heard that before. No, I had no idea.

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So I started doing my research on him. I think everybody else would just go to sports. I'm not interested in sports. Poor Herschel Walker with me.

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But I think I did ask him one good sports question about his trade to the Vikings from Cowboys at the end. But the I'm doing my research on it and.

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I'm reading stuff that I'm like, this can't be true, is this a different Herschel Walker that he has split personality disorder?

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And that's like Sybil, he described it as that.

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And he's like, I'm not Sybil. I don't like that's not me. I don't have that. But he does have that.

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He's been diagnosed with it. He went to the hospital for a while to to deal with it and from according to the I didn't go deep into it because I don't want to dwell on you know, he'll tell me what he wants to tell me. And he brought this up.

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But he talked about how his personality on competitiveness is so strong that he said when people would come over and they would challenge him to anything, anything, he said I would take a revolver out of my safe and I would put one bullet in it with them standing there. And I'd spin the barrel and I'd put it against my temple and I'd pull the trigger. And he said people would be shocked and they'd be like, What are you doing? What are you doing?

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Are you crazy? Are you? And he's like, No, I'm going to win. Are you willing to do that? I'm willing to give it everything. I'm going to win.

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And he said that personality, that's that's one of the, I think, six personalities that I read that he had.

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And it's just it's why he is so good at everything, because that personality is so strong. And it came from an experience that he talked about in this podcast. That's amazing.

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He was a fat kid, a kid with problems with his knees. I got the impression kind of a sickly kid.

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And he went in to the doctor when he was, gosh, maybe ten.

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And the doctor said in front of him to his mom, he's never going to amount to anything. He's he's just not going to have the strength. So kind of keep him comfortable. And that's kind of what his life is going to be like. And he got into the car and his mom turned to him and said, Herschel, he is not our doctor.

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We have one doctor and he is God. And you only listen to him. Don't you listen to that doctor.

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But he was beat up. He was the the kid that everybody made fun of. And in the eighth grade, he got beat up. And that's when this character took over and he said never again. And he had a speech impediment. He was fat. He couldn't run all of these physical problems. And in that summer, he started doing five thousand sit ups and push ups a day.

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Whoa! And then went to the library and researched speech impediments and started working on his speech impediment and started learning he graduated. He was a zero in eighth grade, the ninth grade, everything he said. I came back to school a different person.

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And as it turns out, he was a different person. But he came back, this bound kid that now was the fastest runner and smart.

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He was first in the class. He graduated valedictorian.

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Well, I didn't know that either. I didn't know he got rid of his high school class.

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He totally changed everything. Everything.

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And when you hear his downs and his twists and turns and then his willingness just to work hard, it's so inspiring. So inspiring. Pretty awesome. So no wonder and fairly successful. Yeah, and, you know, what do you do you even know that he is like one of the biggest restaurant suppliers in the country? Did you know that?

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I'm starting to think I don't know anything about Herschel Walker. Right. Play football player. Is that. Yeah, I have never heard any of these stories. And I'm I'm not surprised that I haven't heard him because I don't know anything about sports and follow sports figures.

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But I was surprised that people haven't said to me his whole story because he's he's one of the most fascinating people I've ever I've ever talked to. He is.

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Did you know he was a ballet dancer?

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That I did. I saw on a NFL presentation on him? Yes, I have.

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OK, so a ballet dancer, he's a bobsledder. He he was there's another one that he's done that is just so odd.

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He's then one of the most successful businesses for supplying restaurants with their their goods and their needs in the country.

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Everything this guy does, it just is a wild success. His son is going into college next year. He's going to I better not say that. I don't.

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Well, his son says at UCLA and I mean, he is playing football.

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No, no, no. Oh, really? And he is he's only a sophomore in high school and he's already graduated and was accepted to UCLA.

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Wildly smart, but really outspoken.

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If you follow if you look for him on his Instagram page, he has the facts down. He's like taking on Black Lives Matter. And he's like, really? You say Black Lives Matter.

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How about this? This, this, this, this and this. I mean, he's really well-spoken and really super smart, except I don't think he gets it.

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In one of his videos I watched, he was talking about how excited he was because he's just going to make so many friends at UCLA. I'm like, dude, you're not going to make any friends at UCLA because none that none. So that is a podcast that comes out tomorrow for the general public. Wherever you get your podcast, you can download that tomorrow at three o'clock. If you're a subscriber, you got it last night. You can watch it today.

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It's really good.

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There's one other thing. If you if you had been reading and following the UFO stories as much as to a certain extent, I don't know about as much, but I have been following them.

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Yeah.

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So what is your what is your thinking on what's going on? I think that we're being visited by people from other planets, right? And are we are we slowly being brought to that?

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I mean, why is the go. It does, doesn't it? Definitely seems like it. Yeah, it seems like they're just trying to break it to us slowly because I don't know if they think people are going to freak out religiously over it. It doesn't bother me religiously. It doesn't bother me. Why not?

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I mean, why wouldn't the same God to have created all of us anyway? Yeah, it does seem like they're just breaking breaking it to us gently, if you will. And now they've decided we can handle it.

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I guess maybe we're to the point of sophistication that that we can take or or we are at a place to where intervention is coming.

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I mean, are not intervention, but it's like, guys, it's they're here all the time.

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And there is there's a couple of stories that came out.

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I did a big UFO special on the Friday exclusive, I don't know, about four months ago. And it was huge. And I'm talking to the experts. I'm not talking to UFO conspiracy theories.

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In fact, I'm talking to two guys that never believed in UFOs.

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They worked for the military. And the guy who runs this organization now was asked by General Coche.

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He was the he was the guy for the surge. What was his name?

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General. Anyway, yeah, yeah, but he was asked he asked him, he said, do you believe what are you what are your thoughts on UFOs?

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And I was like, I don't have any thoughts on UFOs. And he's like, but do you believe in them? He's like, honestly, I haven't even thought about it.

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I don't think it's relevant at all. So who cares? And the general said, you're perfect to run this. And so he went in and this is now coming out in stories. I've read two stories on this and I want an answer. Two stories, one I think was like in The New York Times.

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And they say that the Army has just made a deal with his company to take the technology that we have found or acquired that is best described as other worldly to re purpose, the technology for flight and defense.

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And no article will ever say. What acquired technology? What where did we acquire that? When did we acquire that? What is it that we have? And I'm going to ask the guy who's the head of this this company that works with the Defense Department. That question tonight can't wait to hear the answer.

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Did you read the I think it was a New York Times article a couple of weeks ago that said there's no belief in UFOs anymore.

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It's not a matter of belief. It's a matter of science now. So that means it's gone beyond. We don't believe they're here. We have evidence. We have proof that they're here.

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So did you see the did you see the the possible drone strike on one of our nuclear power plants?

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Did you see that in the news? Yeah. Where they had the swarm there.

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So, yeah, they had a swarm and they can't figure out who did it. And I don't think this was aliens.

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But the last time he was on, we talked about how science is proving this stuff because now we we have it all on record, but how we are specifically how these alien or other worldly ships are specifically targeting our nuclear sites and our military.

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And they are tracking us and we are tracking them in weeks at a time. So we have them locked on for weeks at a time.

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And they are looking at all of our our nuclear plants and our nuclear facilities for weapons and our military.

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It's kind of hard.

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I mean, it's not are bananas. What are they what are they what is their interest in that? They got to be way beyond anything we could do if they can. Interplanetary travel.

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I'm going to talk to him about it again tonight. But the last time I talked to him about it, he said they are just sending us a message.

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You can track us, but you can't stop us.

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And it's a it's a pretty frightening thing. So we'll let more on that tonight, the Friday exclusive. Both of those things, if you're a subscriber, plays TV. You get both of those things today with your subscription. So join us. The Blaze, Blaze, TV.com, Blaze, TV.com, Eaglen, and use the promo code, Glenn, and you will save 10 percent.

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He is a very conservative professor at Princeton that has tenure.

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And so he's he's allowed to speak his mind. And he did a Twitter thread the other day talking about how bad things are getting. And he said, you know, we've got to start standing up. And this thing took off and began to explode within the university community. We're going to talk to him about that. Oh, and a guy who apparently is one of the biggest exorcists in the world. He had a fascinating article.

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What you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and. This is the Glenn Beck program. Hello, America. Welcome to the Glenn Beck program. We have one of the smartest guys I know, one of the most ethical guys I know and and brave. It doesn't begin to describe the guy I want to bring on next. He was involved in kind of a tweet storm. He was he was putting a thread together about college campuses and what is happening on our college campuses and how people need to speak out.

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And he was deluged with professors and teachers everywhere saying, wait a minute.

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I mean, it's it's it's dangerous. He's like he knows he's going to talk about this and his solution, which is really, really simple and yet very, very difficult. Robby George joins us from Princeton University in one minute.

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This is the Glenn Beck program. Now, Glenn, I realize, you know, I was watching you do the intro there that you seem to run your face into the microphone.

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I'd like the microphone seem to plunk you in the face while you're speaking, I'm wondering, should we send that video directly to the Radio Hall of Fame so they can have it on display? How does that work? I don't know if there's a submission process.

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Is there a story, something we can do? They're just trying to help me. You're just trying to help me get into the Radio Hall of Fame, aren't you? You're better. You'll notice that the you'll notice that the radio listeners didn't know that it hit my face.

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Free speech prevails at Princeton University. According to Robbie George, who joins us now. Robbie George, professor at Princeton and director of the James Madison program. Robbie, how are you?

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I'm very well, Glenn. It's good to be back with you. It's been a long time. Yeah, no, it's good.

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Good to talk to you. I was struck by your your editorial and then your tweet storm and and what people were saying to you.

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And I just want to give a couple of things. Your fourth in the in the thread was, even as I'm composing this thread, a message came in from somebody reporting professional consequences of a statement that transgressed some aspect of WOAK orthodoxy. I'm not conservative, but the WOAK Taliban won't spare progressives that don't accept their platform 100 percent.

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The next one was now I'm getting deluged with a new set of messages saying, what do we do?

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So tell me about this experience. What what happened?

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Well, it began when I tweeted out something that I do every few months, which is that I don't like interacting with anonymous accounts. I like to know who the people are I'm talking with. So please be in touch with me. If you're operating from an anonymous account to let me know who you are, I'll keep the information private. But otherwise I'm clearing out the anonymous account. So I need to hear from you if you want to continue to be one of my Twitter followers followers.

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So I turned on the direct message function so that people could direct messaged me and suddenly an avalanche of messages began coming in an enormous number in the hundreds, mostly saying, I'm operating from an anonymous account because I fear for my job. I would say a little more than half or from maybe 60 percent. That's a rough estimate were from academic people, including tenure. Nasser's tenured professors who said, I'm operating from an anonymous account because I have some conservative views.

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And if they were known, I fear that my tenure would be revoked. Now, Glenn, I'm an academic. I've been a professor at Princeton for 35 years. I can tell you it's very, very hard to revoke tenure, but people are so frightened that they believe their tenure would be revoked or that their lives will be made so miserable by the university's administration and by their academic colleagues that it's not worth it to them to speak their minds without a mask on hiding their identities.

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Roughly the remaining 40 percent where people from all walks of life, business, government, the professions who expressed a similar fear, nearly one hundred percent, not quite, but nearly 100 percent feared the consequences because the views they secretly hold or conservative. I did get a few messages. You just read one from people on the progressive side. Most of those were people who said, I fear my fellow progressives coming after me in an outrage because although I'm progressive, I'm not all that work.

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I'm not at the extreme. And there are people who are at the extreme who will come after me. A few did write in to say I'm in circumstances where I have a conservative boss. If you know I was a progressive, he would take actions against me. But the vast majority, one in the other direction. So, Robbie, what does first of all, what does that say about where we are at this time? Where would you put us in history?

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And the other is I'm shocked that I am not hearing from more big.

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You know, I would say not radical liberals, you know, but but people who have voted Democrat and vote different believe differently than you or I do, that they're not coming out and standing up and saying, whoa, whoa, whoa, this is a bridge too far.

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Well, this has got to.

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Well, Glenn, actually, a pretty large number of fairly prominent ones did exactly that recently in a statement published by Harper's Magazine. It included left wing figures like Noam Chomsky, Gloria Steinem.

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I saw that. Yes. Yeah. Of course, they immediately came under fierce attack from the even more radical elements who denounced them as racists and so forth. You know, they play that card every time. And and it pretty much, as far as I can see now, fizzled out. It wilted under the under the heat of fire. Some members of the group withdrew their names. They were pressured and subjected to vilification and withdrew their names. But you asked me the question, where does this mean we are?

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Well, this means we're in trouble and it means we're in trouble. Certainly for us in the academic world, it means we're in trouble, because if you have a large percentage of academics, people who are supposed to be dedicating their lives, their careers to truth seeking and to not indoctrinating teaching, if we've got a large percentage of people in this domain who are unwilling to speak the truth as best they can grasp the truth, Lincoln, as God gives us to see the truth out loud, then we cannot run a university system.

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It will degenerate into indoctrination. It will not be a truth seeking, knowledge seeking institution.

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It already is same, by the way, for trying to run a democratic republic. If citizens are afraid to speak their minds on public issues for fear of retaliation. You cannot run a republic. You can run a different kind of government. You can run some sort of autocracy, but you cannot run a democratic republic. So without any hyperbole, because you're just not a hyperbole kind of guy. Can you compare us to any stage of any society if we don't turn that, if we don't turn the corner in the right way here?

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Can you compare us on the road to anybody else that we've ever seen in history?

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Well, the real worry is that we're in something like the early stages of the French Revolution before the terror. Now we're already experiencing violence on the streets, in our cities and so forth. So we've we've we've crossed some boundaries here. But looking at the situation more generally, you would not have been able to predict in 1789 that they were headed for what happened by 1793, 1794, 1795, the horrors of the French Revolution. The worry is that we're in a situation like that, which is why we've got to make sure and act against this now and what it's going to take.

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And as I said in that, that that Twitter threat, it's going to take courage. It's going to take some people standing up in defiance of the bullies, in defiance of the mob and speaking their minds plainly, civilly, certainly. Respectfully, yes. But plainly, the Greeks had an expression. They had a word for this called patissier. We need patissier. What that means is blunt speech. Plain speech doesn't have to be provocative speech. It certainly shouldn't be angry speech, but it has to be blunt, truth telling.

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Here's the way it is.

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And I'm going to speak my mind and I'm going to say I just yesterday did an interview with Herschel Walker and we talked not just about politics. We fact we spend very little time talking about politics.

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We just talked about what made him a success and and and and how he views life in America.

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And it was so full of common sense and plainspokenness.

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I think it is going to be probably one of the biggest podcasts that I've ever done, because it's so rare to hear somebody who doesn't isn't filled with vitriol, isn't isn't trying to destroy somebody, is just trying to say, look, this isn't true.

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What's happening in society is just it's false. It's false.

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Yeah. Yeah. You can't build on lies. And that's basically what his message is. I have seen him on television. I don't know Herschel Walker personally, but I've seen him speak. And he's a part he's a man. He tells the plane, not with anger, not with vitriol, but very bluntly and plainly. And it's really what we need. We need courage. So, Robbie, in the 1960s, we had the Malcolm X faction, we had the Weather Underground faction, we had the the Marxist or the people that just wanted revenge.

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We had that. But we also had Martin Luther King. And that was organized as well as Black Lives Matter is right now, Black Lives Matter is a literal corporation. And it is it is very well funded and connected.

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Do you see the possibility of of putting together finding a Martin Luther King and putting together that kind of coalition that will walk up to the jaws of hell with love and say this, this isn't true and we'll take the beating?

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We can't look for a savior or messiah. There was only one of those, and he's already done his work. We as Christians believe that it's not up to another Martin Luther King and it's not up to somebody else who's going to come along. It's up to each and every one of us in our own communities. All of us have a voice. Correct. And all of us need to exemplify some courage. There was another point I made, and I believe it was in that Twitter thread.

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It might have been in a different one, but I believe it was in that one. My father, God bless him, now approaching ninety five years of age when he was 18 years old, was pulled out of high school and sent to fight in Normandy and Brittany in France. Those 18 to 20 to twenty three year old boys fought with extraordinary valor, whether it was against Hitler's war machine in Europe or whether it was in the in the Pacific with that terrible, terrible, horrible fighting, those circumstances in the Pacific.

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If my dad and our grandfathers and our great grandfathers who fought in World War Two and those who fought in other wars at 18, 19, 20, 21 years old had the courage to put their lives on the line, we should have the courage to take far lesser risks to speak the truth. I agree to those now who are trying to undermine the basic principles of our civilization and our polity. Right.

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Because if we don't do it now, it's only going to get much harder. This is the easiest time to do. It's like when do you plan to try the best time to plant a tree? Yesterday. It's time to speak out yesterday because it's only going to get only going to get harder. One last question here, because I've only got about a minute.

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The millennials and people who are college age getting a really bad rap right now. And I think many times really unfairly, I see that there is this hero generation.

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There is this group. They're just not highlighted. They're just not seen. But there is a lot of people that are in their 20s and and even lower and than that in their teens that do get it and are willing to stand up. Would you agree with that and seeing that you are in the university system?

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You bet I would. They're a minority, but they are a powerful minority and they are born and they are brilliant. We've got here at Princeton, our students formed something called the Princeton Open Campus Coalition that began back in twenty fifteen. It's going to this day. And these are kids who are speaking truth to cultural power. They're speaking truth to the bullies who are trying to intimidate them among their fellow students. They're speaking truth to faculty who seek to intimidate them.

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They're speaking truth to university administrations. These kids really deserve our support. They're being role models. Actually, for some of those older folks, there's a reversal. Yeah, we do. To emulate the courage I'm seeing in these young men and women. So there are some good signs out there. And let's not that let that go unacknowledged and then praised.

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Robby, I appreciate your time and and your friendship. I will tell you, I am not one for pulling down statues. I'm one for teaching history. But I did have just an extra special day the day they took the name of Woodrow Wilson down at Princeton University.

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So thank you so much for a bit of an inside joke. But I'm sure your followers, your listeners will understand. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Well, thank you. Thank you, Rob. I appreciate you.

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It is Friday. Coming up, we have a guy I don't know really anything I don't know anything about.

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I just I saw an article and it was I got to tell you, it was in the sun from the U.K. So it's a little, you know. Still, they have topless photos accompanying the article in any way because it's usually their approach.

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No, they no, they didn't. But this guy performs exorcisms all around the world.

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And he was he was talking about how the The Exorcist, the movie, this movie is so scary.

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I still cannot watch The Exorcist.

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I don't recommend it. But anyway, he says that's absolutely real and it's happening all the time. And he's seen it. And he says from levitation to super strength. Now, I believe in levitation because I watch Ghostbusters.

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But unlike, you know, I wanted unlike The Exorcist, Ghostbusters is the documentary. Seriously, when he was trying to talk to Dana, do you remember, he was just like, oh yeah, come on, I think I talk to Dana.

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Yeah, so and I saw it with my own eyes. There was no trickery happening there. That was.

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But anyway, he says, I've actually seen people levitate.

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And again, I don't know anything about him other than he's a very busy exorcist. And please tell me he did more research on your show tonight than you're doing here on this exorcism story.

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Oh, yeah, this is the last interview of the week right here. So, you know, Monday, I'm usually very well researched and ready to go.

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Friday, last half hour of the show. Not so much much.

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But your show tonight has a little bit of something to do with UFOs.

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And and, yeah, you have this one I've been wanting to to do for a while.

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This is actually the second one we've done because something is happening where the government it feels to me like we are being prepared to hear the news that the aliens are here.

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And by the way, bring them out right behind the blue curtain here, because there's just The New York Times reported and said it's no longer a belief in extraterrestrial life. It is or UFOs. It is now scientifically proven. Nobody seems to think this is a big deal. I think this is a really big deal. We have the experts that worked in the government and and now are partnering with the government to develop technology based on the things that we have recovered from space.

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Is the claim that program one that's tonight, you don't want to miss it.

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All right. Let me tell you about relief factor. One thing that I'm really proud of in my career is I don't recommend things, but I don't believe in when I say that, I tell you I believe in relief factor. I'm saying it because I've seen it work. They tried to get me to be a voice for them for a very long time, and I wouldn't because I didn't use it. And quite honestly, you know, I'm going to see doctors, real doctors.

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I'm not going to. One of these things is radio person is talking about that's crazy talk.

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Well, I got so desperate because doctors had an answer that would work for a while and then it would stop working, that I'd try anything.

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Hello, America, welcome to the Glenn Beck program.

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It's Friday, I wanted to I wanted to talk to you about evil, really.

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And and I really, truly believe and maybe you don't, but I do believe in the force of evil. And I believe we are seeing it right now conspire against the freedoms of man. And God is always on the side of liberty and freedom, freedom from fear that man cannot provide. But Christ can. God can.

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And I saw this story about this exorcist. His name is Reverend Billy Beane. And if for a minute I was hoping it was Mr. Beam when he was doing his reverend thing, because that's quite funny, but it's not.

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This guy is a world renowned exorcist, and he was talking about how this force of evil is absolutely real. And he said, you know, I've seen everything that was in The Exorcist.

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And so he's joining us now, author of Dark Force Revisited Spiritual Deliverance Minister, which I would think you would just call an an exorcist. His name is Reverend Bill Bennett. He's joining us now. How you doing, Reverend?

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I'm doing great. Thank you so much for having me on.

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So so, Bill, I have to ask you that. You know, I believe in the force of evil. I do believe in that Satan is real and these things happen.

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But when you when you go into the world of and now we've got an exorcist on you, just it feels like, yeah, well, I'm I'm not crazy. I'm not going that far, you know what I mean?

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Well, our world is stranger than fiction, my friend. We are. Yeah. We're living in days that, you know, 20 years ago, if you would have said that we were living in these types of times and these some of these things were happening, people would have called us lunatics. I know.

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I know. And that's one of the reasons why I wanted to talk to you, because I do believe that this this force is growing at an exponential rate and we are in the battle and possibly the biblical battle of of of all time.

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And are you seeing an increase of this? You know, what do you see?

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Well, first of all, I lived it when I was a victim. I was victimized horribly in childhood. My family, let's just say those demonic forces greatly contributed to the destruction of my family. And this is why God called me to do this work, because I've been there. I know what it's like to suffer. So I take it very personally and I'm very driven to do the best that I can by the power of God to help people.

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So what I'm seeing now, yes. Is a major increase in people being under this form of whether you want to call it demonic oppression strongholds. And yes, there are some cases where people are completely possessed. And I would say to those out there to they were listening in and maybe saying right now, all this is a crazy man. Well, maybe not so much if you were to see it for yourself. And I wouldn't wish it on anybody.

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You say that you have seen the things like levitation in exorcisms. How come, if that's true, how come we haven't seen video evidence of it? How come we don't ever have any real evidence?

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Well, I could tell you this. In the cases that I've been involved in, when people are suffering at that level, they don't want attention. They don't want people to know that they are suffering in this way. And I believe me, again, I know what it's like to suffer. And I know that when I was suffering in my mother, who suffered more than any other person I've ever seen in my life, she was so embarrassed and ashamed and she didn't want people to know about it.

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So that's my best answer for that. So we live in a world of, you know, the instant video or picture or whatever and that. But when people are really suffering like this, when they don't want people to know.

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So when you say your mother suffered from this, do you believe she was possessed by a demon?

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She wasn't possessed, but she was being attacked. I, too, as a child, was attacked by demonic forces on a regular basis. And how and how does that operate?

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Brutal. How would you define that? How do you define that? What would you what would that be?

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OK, in her case, she was being. In her sleep, she'd be awakened in her sleep by these things that were choking her, my mother had cuts and bruises and scratches on her bite marks. I mean, just horrific things going on. And my dad left home in 1975 when I was nine years old. And I'm thankful that he did leave home because for three years prior to his leaving, he viciously attacked my mother on a regular basis.

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And I suffered so much trauma in childhood. I mean, we'd be here all day long if I were to list these things. But I know what it's like to suffer. I've seen the horrific sufferings of my mother. And then I was to a point in my life, to be honest with you, after neither of my parents lived to see 50. By the way, my mother died at the age of 44 from a cerebral hemorrhage, and my father was shot to death at the age of 48.

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And I've had many other tragedies in my family as well. I have very little family left and that left me after the passing of my mother when she died two months in, two days later from my grandmother, who suddenly died. Those were the two closest people to me in my life. And once they were gone, I didn't have a desire to live anymore. Now, I wasn't going to slit my wrist or take pills or anything like that.

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But I can tell you, I wanted somebody to come up and put a gun to my head and pull the trigger. I did not want to live anymore, so I went through that for so long. And then I had an epiphany one day that maybe I could do better and be better. I dropped out of school in eighth grade. I lied about my age. I went to work. I grew up on the streets. I hung out the worst of the worst people.

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I could very easily be dead or in prison, but God had a plan for my life and I fully understand that now. So he saved me. I've been in so many life threatening situations and each and every time God save me. And I understand perfectly well now because he works through me to help people. I'm nothing special, Glenn, but I can assure you of this. God has worked through me to do extraordinary things for people all over the world.

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It's just mind boggling. And I can never thank God and praise God enough for that. And yes, I truly believe that not only are we seeing an uptick in these cases, we are also, in my opinion, in biblical times. And I am urging people and look, I can't force anybody to do anything, nor do I want to. God gave us free will. However, I'm urging people to open their eyes and see what is taking place right now and is only by God that we are going to be spared and get out of this.

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Only begotten and I I agree with you, I think we are living in those days foretold. I don't think that this is I think this is the warm up act.

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I don't think we're actually engaged in the end times as the warm up to it. But it is it's remarkable.

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I never I remember saying on the air 20 years ago, I can't imagine a time where we will not be able to understand the other side, that we will think they're evil and they'll think we're evil.

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And it will be very clear to each one of us and we won't be able to understand the other side. We're there. Yeah, I agree.

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And the devil is very clever in these types of tactics. So these are divide and conquer tactics. So if you can get everybody against everybody, well, there you go. This is right out of his playbook and this is what he's doing. And this plan is unfolding. And I'm urging people, please stop, look, listen, think. And most of all, treat others how you would like to be treated. And if everybody could suddenly stop and apply that to their life, boy, wouldn't the world change drastically.

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Yeah, it's it's remarkable to me that we miss a couple of things, one, that the author of Chaos is Satan. He's the author of Chaos and look at how chaos is being promoted and embraced. If you're part of a chaotic movement, you're on the wrong side. And then the other thing on the on the the Christian side is how many people appear to have.

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Almost a paper thin belief in God to where they'll say, yeah, well, you know, God, you know, God's not going to save us from this.

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We have to say, no, no, no, we have to do the right things by God and by and then God will save us. You know, I mean, it's it's it's a bless you, Glenn.

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You're so awake. You get it. You understand it. You're one of the very few you are so fortunate and so blessed that your eyes are wide open to the truth. And man, it's an honor to be home with you because you really get it. Well, thank you very much, I appreciate it. People don't get it, they're walking around. And here's another thing that the devil does. He doesn't care if you believe in him or not.

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He wants you to be puffed up in yourself. So Jesus was selfless. He would do anything for anybody. And he put himself last. He put others before himself. It's the devil who's selfish. Look at our society now. It's all about me. And so, again, it's right out of the devil's playbook to have everybody walking around in this type of haughtiness. They don't need God. Are you kidding me?

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They think they are God. Yeah, and they the other thing is, you know, the best thing that the devil ever did for himself was to convince the world that he didn't exist. And and it's it's it's quite an amazing thing. I read an article from the Satanists of America this week, and they were actually saying, well, here's the thing. We don't actually believe in Satan.

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Really, really, it's well, it's kind of like witchcraft. So, you know, again and that's what we are this is a major theme in our country and in the world now is rebellion. It is the devil who is the rebellious one. And so we see all these things. And then again, woe to those who call evil, good and good, evil. Here we are. So men like us who try to stand up for what's good and for what's right.

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And look, I don't claim to be perfect. I'm not perfect. I try to do the best that I can do and be the best that I can be each and every day in my life, because I have to be somebody to enforce somebody every day. However, these types of people are they are really out to get men that stand up for what's good and for what's right. It's just amazing how everything is just upside down and backwards in our nation and the world.

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Reverend Billy Beane, thank you so much. Author of the book Dark Forces Revisited A Spiritual Deliverance Minister. You can follow him at Bill Jabeen Dotcom. Thanks, Bill. Appreciate it. Thank you.

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And God bless you. YouTube. So with all our wrona flying around these days, conventional medical wisdom suggests that it's a good idea to be outside in the sunshine.

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That's unless you're living on the surface of the sun. Oh, my gosh.

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I mean, working outside in Seattle is, you know, sucks because it's always raining, but it's usually not surface of the sun hot.

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I can't even imagine being a roofer at this time of year down here in the south. In Texas. Oh, my gosh, it's hot. The same thing can be said by, you know, saying, hey, you want to grill outside, you know, some parts of the country. It's still nice to grill outside in Texas. The last thing you want to do is make it hotter outside. So, you know, grilling on the rectally could be kind of daunting if it didn't have smart grill technology, which means you are inside with the air conditioning and your smartphone connects can control the temperature of the heat, will tell you exactly what's going on with your food.

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This is the Glenn Beck program. It's Friday and this is the Glenn Beck program. I I saw this article and I thought of Joe Rogan. Listen to this. Here's just the headline. Austin City Council just voted to cut one hundred and fifty million dollars from its police department.

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The reason why I thought about Joe Rogan is he has announced that he is moving to Texas because he can't take California anymore.

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And the rumor is, is that he's moving to Austin and he's building studios in Austin.

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And I just want to say this, Joe. You're not when you're you're not moving to Texas, when you're moving to Austin, you're you're moving to the next California. What are you doing? It's fine, because Austin's a cool town. But you're right. It's the it's the most California part of Texas, certainly. Yeah.

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It's like I got to get out of San Francisco. I'm moving to Oakland. Why am I going to be any better?

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I played a clip of Joe Biden on the show this week, and it was the main reason I played it. It was to show how far he's fallen from where he was just in like 2008.

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And it was a clip about with him and Sarah Palin and was one of his answers. And he goes through this whole thing and he's remarkably coherent. He shows some emotion about his son. He looks like a totally different person than the twenty twenty running for president, Joe Biden. But what was fascinating about the clip is he starts it with bragging about how he fought to add tens of thousands of police officers to the street and bragging about how he passed the nineteen ninety four crime bill.

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And it's like it's so fascinating to see this same party is now running the same guy who is now fleeing from those positions. And the same party is pulling these same officers that Joe Biden took credit for off the streets to try to impress Antifa. It's amazing. The the fall of the Democratic Party, when it happens, is going to be astronomical. You know, it's just going to be it's unless we just turn into one of those failed states that just keeps going.

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Well, I don't know what's causing this.