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Fresh update on "glenn " discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

00:23 sec | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "glenn " discussed on The News Junkie

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The Trump Bombshells Keep Dropping With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:31 min | 2 d ago

The Trump Bombshells Keep Dropping With Glenn Kirschner

"Let me just talk to you about this latest reporting this morning. National security experts are also shocked that signals intelligence was recovered, so it's not even just the nuclear stuff, former senior intelligence officials said during the Trump administration highly classified intelligence about sensitive topics, including about intelligence gathering in Iran, was routinely mishandled one former official said the most highly classified information often ended up in the hands of personnel who didn't appear to have the need to possess it weren't authorized to read it. Former official also said signals intelligence intercepted electronic communications like emails and phone calls of foreign leaders was among the type of information that often ended up with unauthorized personnel, such intercepts were among the most closely guarded secrets because of what they can reveal about how the U.S. has penetrated foreign governments. One person with familiar with the inventory of the 15 boxes taken from Mar-a-Lago indicated signals intelligence material was in them. I mean, Michael Hayden just tweeted Jesus Christ. That's what intelligence professionals are saying. They said Bill crystal said people ask why would Trump keep documents plenty of possible reasons EG this is pure speculation. Signals Intel on MBS and Jamal Khashoggi or on Saudi nukes are the kind of docs you'd want in case you had to remind the Saudis to keep the money coming, one historian said if it was you or I and not Trump or were in possession of top secret documents about nuclear weapons or signals Intel will you and I would be handcuffs in a very bright room with glam rock playing in our ears yet he plays the victim. Again, every time you think we're at the end of a bombshell, right? And I didn't even know what signals intelligence was until this morning, but that's another layer, right? It is. And you know what this proves Steph, it proves the folly of having a policy that says you can't indict a sitting criminal president because people knew he was misusing mishandling classified documents all day every day. That closes the danger to our national security and by all accounts we did nothing about it. Why? Because a sitting president gets to commit as many crimes as he wants while in the Oval Office with impunity. That's insanity. That's banana republic approach to government. And this highlights the danger of that, which is now come home to roost. I hope we learn this lesson based on this episode.

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"This Is As Dangerous As Trump Gets" Says Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:15 min | 2 d ago

"This Is As Dangerous As Trump Gets" Says Glenn Kirschner

"It feels like accountability is trending stuff. You know, this is a big step on the road to justice. And it's shocking, even though we've known for a long time, Trump is a lifelong abject criminal. You know, the fact that he stole materials from The White House brought them down to Mar-a-Lago. They clawed back 15 boxes. I'm sure Trump and his people over and over again assured law enforcement authorities in the national archives. We gave you everything and then we learned that they were subpoenaing things and Trump and company were refusing to give them up. They subpoenaed surveillance tapes to see who might be accessing what we now suspect. Might be documents pertaining to nuclear weapons systems. And still, they couldn't get them back so they finally go in and execute a search warrant. We can talk about what goes into getting a federal search warrant. I've done it hundreds of times. It ain't easy in normal circumstances. And I'll tell you, Steph, the only thing that's left is indictments, criminal charges because, you know, this is as dangerous as Trump gets. I didn't think he could up the ante on the trees in front, but he just has.

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Are Trump Boxes the Real Problem?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:20 min | 3 d ago

Are Trump Boxes the Real Problem?

"I do want to talk about allocation of bureau resource. You have a lot of FBI agents living in your state and they're important and valued members of our entire national fabric. They do great work. But I don't know where John Bolton lives, but the Iranian revolutionary guard corps could force does. I'm worried about people in front of justice Kavanaugh's house, including an attempted assassination of him. I'm worried about an open border. I'm I just don't know about the allocation of resources to boxes and Donald Trump's basement that this represents. Well, I can't argue with that and Marilyn probably has a higher percentage of FBI agents living there than any other state. I would imagine we've got a higher percentage of federal employees than any other state we surround the nation's capital. I just had a meeting with John Bolton last week in Annapolis. He lives in Maryland. And he does have security. I mean, I don't know all the details of these threats, but apparently it's still a concern. And we have been both Glenn youngkin and I, governor of Virginia, have been pushing the Biden administration to do more at the federal level to help us. It's been state and local police trying to enforce the law, but there are federal laws protecting the Supreme Court Justices, and they're really not doing it.

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Chris Miller Lied on Fox News and It's a Crime Says Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:56 sec | Last week

Chris Miller Lied on Fox News and It's a Crime Says Glenn Kirschner

"Speaking of this whole theme of lying is that we're looking at in the Alex Jones trial, so Chris Miller goes on Fox News and lies. That oh, Trump ordered, you know, 10,000 National Guard troops under oath has to say, you know, like Alex Jones had to say, sandy hook was real. Like, no, he did not order. You know, national lied to the American people on Fox entertainment. I don't call them Fox News. That is actually part of a criminal cover up. That's chargeable as a crime. I'm appreciative that he told the truth under oath before the J 6 committee. But when you lie to the American people trying to cover up Donald Trump's crimes, you're committing your own crime of accessory after the fact that miss prison of a felony. So keep it up sports. I'm so happy to hear you say that because how many times have we heard, well, it's not a crime to lie on Fox News, otherwise they wouldn't have a network. I mean, it should be. It can be a crime. It can be a crime. We just have to investigate it and indicted.

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Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:49 min | Last week

Glenn Kirschner Breaks Down the Data on Trump's Impending Indictment

"Obviously the hubris in this reporting, the Trump is, oh, I'm not concerned witch hunt. It'll be fine. But I mean, this is obviously we know from the two pat subpoenas this week that this has reached into the Oval Office, and obviously there is reporting that Trump's attorneys are counseling him that he may be indicted. So what do you take from all of this? From the latest recording. Three, really important data points, staff one. We saw the Rolling Stone reporting that Donald Trump's legal team is preparing for him to be indicted and this is what I love. This is why Donald Trump's legal team is like the worst legal team imaginable. Except for Alex Jones. Yeah, the good point. They're saying, we are preparing a defense that will be putting it on quote the fall guys. What did we see a couple of days later in last night's CNN reporting? Donald Trump has been counseled to cut off all contact with and not talk to Mark Meadows. The only reasonable inference we can draw from that is Meadows is flipping, right? Maybe he has flipped, maybe he hasn't flipped. That's what you counsel somebody when it comes to, you know, one of your buddies who is now cooperating with the feds do not talk to him anymore. And then the third data point is the pat cipollone subpoena to the grand jury and Steph all testimony is not created equal. Because the J 6 testimony that pat cipollone gave, we all saw it. Some of it on videotape, he wouldn't answer the big questions. He wouldn't talk about what Donald Trump said or did. He wouldn't talk about Trump's crimes. He gets away with that in the January 6th committee because they don't have a way to compel him. They can't test that privilege once he asserts it. When we get witnesses in the grand jury, we can test that privilege. We can overcome it in real time because when pat cipollone and the grand jury says executive privilege, I've done this a hundred times, not with executive privilege, but with attorney client privilege. Fifth Amendment privilege against self incrimination, spousal privilege. Doctor patient privilege, et cetera we walk over to chief judge barrel howells, chambers, the chief judge of the D.C. federal district court who has supervisory authority over the grand jury, and we litigate it in real time, and she rules, I predict, Joe Biden has an invoked the privilege, so you lose because Donald Trump doesn't get to invoke it. And there's a crime fraud exception. So belt and suspenders, you lose twice. Now, pat cipollone, go back in there and testify

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Los Angeles County Says 'No' to Indoor Mask Mandate Following Backlash

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Los Angeles County Says 'No' to Indoor Mask Mandate Following Backlash

"And a victory, believe it or not in Los Angeles County. Los Angeles County leaders, the board of supervisors they call them out there. Had said they were going to mandate indoor masking requirements again. It was going to happen. I don't know if they were fighting COVID or fighting monkey pox or I mean, I just I don't know. I don't know what the crisis of the day is. But you know what happened in Los Angeles County? Leaders of cities in Los Angeles County said, no. We will not enforce a new mask wearing mandates. Now let that sink in for a second. Because if government leaders were you are where I am had said something like that, you might say, well, you know, that's just how it is here. I look at my governor, governor Glenn youngkin here in my beloved Commonwealth of Virginia. And I know Glenn youngkin is committed to empowering parents being responsible. So I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if governor youngkin said, hey, this is on you. If you want to do that, that's up to you. In fact, that's what he said since the very beginning. But Los Angeles County, does it get more far left wing than LA county and California? I don't think it does. So the far left wing leaders on that board of supervisors say, yep, we're bringing back masks. But leaders of cities and towns inside of Los Angeles County said we will not enforce a new masking mandate. That's a huge victory. I'm telling you right now, that's like, that's like an unexplained outbreak of common sense.

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Glenn Kirschner Wants Republican Lawmaker Insurrectionists Dealt With

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:34 min | 2 weeks ago

Glenn Kirschner Wants Republican Lawmaker Insurrectionists Dealt With

"We were saying you are confident they're going to find all these missing texts and Homeland Security, including Homeland Security officials. We were hard to say how much bigger than Watergate this is. There are a lot of there are a lot of tapes, right? And texts and things missing. I mean, that's the one thing that struck me as the breadth of this because the other thing we have to talk about and you also tweet about is Republican lawmakers involvement. I mean, this goes through every branch of government, doesn't it? Yeah, you know, Merrick Garland is fond of saying and I agree with him. He said, look, we have to hold everybody accountable for their crimes, but we have to do it in a way that honors the constitution. Now, as a former career prosecutor, I embrace and I celebrate that sentiment. We have to honor the constitution in the way we go about investigating and prosecuting crimes. The problem is honoring the constitution is not a sort of part way proposition. The Fourteenth Amendment is part of the constitution. And the Fourteenth Amendment says, insurrectionists can't serve in public office. If you're a public official, you've taken an oath and you participate in an insurrection, you are disqualified. That's what the constitution says. So we have to honor the entirety of the constitution, including the Fourteenth Amendment, and time is running out so the Department of Justice has to tackle these insurrectionists who are running for reelection because if they don't, they will burrow back into government and continue to try to kill our democracy from within.

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The Largest Conspiracy in History With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

The Largest Conspiracy in History With Glenn Kirschner

"Wow, wow, wow. Okay, so I have a we have an illegality lasagna this morning with 11 billion layers. So the time. So we have missing texts now from the Homeland Security, the top Trump officials, which had wolf, Ken cuccinelli, just curious, Tristan Snell said, so the top two officials were Homeland Security under Trump also have missing test messages from up to January 6. Subpoena the ever living bejesus out of these people. This is the biggest conspiracy in American history. Yeah, this is well, I guess not extraordinary, right? No, no, it should be raining subpoenas because all of these people have to be hauled in, not only before Congress, the J 6 select committee, but before federal grand juries, because it looks like I agree with Tristan, it looks like perhaps the largest conspiracy in the history of the world. I mean, does that sound hyperbolic? Yeah, but I think it needs to be investigated. It's not a coincidence that all of the Trump lackeys and sycophants are purging what is extremely important evidence regarding the insurrection. They're purging it, destroying it, deleting it. Why? Because they don't want to be caught as part of the conspiracy, but they're going to be caught.

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The Deleted Secret Service Texts Don't Sit Well With Glenn Kirschner

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

The Deleted Secret Service Texts Don't Sit Well With Glenn Kirschner

"Let's talk specifically a couple things. Obviously, Secret Service, you, I think you were quoting someone else, but you just said, so now they can't retrieve their own deleted information. I'm not buying it. You said the USS S is the premier law enforcement organization when it comes to investigating cybercrimes so they're missing deleted texts from January 6th. Seems inconceivable. Also the fact that they've lawyered up with outside lawyers, that's really fishy, isn't it? Yeah, first of all, I embrace everybody's Sixth Amendment right to counsel. I really do, even if you're a member of a law enforcement organization. But there is an incongruity when you're a member of a law enforcement organization and you're afraid of the questions to come about your conduct. So you lawyer up. That is not a good look. But here's the thing, Steph, I worked cases with the Secret Service as a prosecutor. I worked the case where a senator had his cell phone stolen, and we had to track him using technology. Him being the thief through the city until we found him arrested him. I tried him, convicted him, and he went to prison. And the U.S. Secret Service is the premier law enforcement agency that conducts forensic searches of computers and cell phones to retrieve deleted data. I didn't go to the FBI lab at Quantico for those kind of forensic services, even though I went to the FBI lab for lots of my forensic work. We went to the Secret Service forensic sciences division when we had cell phones and information had been deleted and we needed to have it forensically retrieved. You're telling me that agency just mistakenly got rid of all of their text messages after there was a request that they preserve and produced them. I don't buy it. The FBI should open a criminal probe. And if the U.S. Secret Service did nothing wrong, they should welcome that criminal probe.

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Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Glenn Kirschner Feels a Trump Indictment Is Overdue

"Glen, you just tweeted when the J 6 committee revelations about Donald Trump's crimes. It's time for the DoJ to indict Trump and his co-conspirators. I was saying at the top of the show being out with chairman Schiff last night, we were saying that I understand he Liz Cheney, Elaine Laurie, others, putting public pressure on DoJ. I think that's fine. And I know you're of the impatient crew like I am, but I'm just curious, you know, because other people point to, you know, whether it's the eastman, the Clark raids, as you just said, the Bannon indictment to say that the Justice Department is working. Where do you come down on this in terms of, I mean, are you saying when you say now you really feel like Trump should be being indicted now? Yeah, I think a Trump indictment is long overdue. I try to exercise patients because I appreciate you need to build the strongest case possible against a former president and his co-conspirators. But you know, I just did a piece for MSNBC daily and I said, look, at some point, it's great that you're involved in covert investigations, grand jury investigations, which are secret by law. You're doing things behind closed doors, but Steph, there comes a time when we have to see overt public law enforcement action, like when we have witness tampering, those people need to be arrested promptly and publicly one to neutralize that threat and to send the message of deterrence to others. The problem is, no one on team Trump is being deterred. Why? Because there's no overt public law enforcement action. That I fault the Department of Justice war. They need to start doing that now. I don't care if we don't see a Trump conspiracy indictment tomorrow. We need to see some of these people who are tampering with witnesses and destroying evidence. We need to see them arrested now, and then you build on that.

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Glenn Kirschner on Steve Bannon's Double Conviction

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Glenn Kirschner on Steve Bannon's Double Conviction

"Happy Bannon indictment. Yeah. For those who celebrate. And in conviction day, you got them conviction. Right, sorry. Yeah, convicted on both counts. Tell us what was that? That was like being in the courtroom. I loved what you said. Prosecutor and rebuttal. Bannon's conduct is like a child who keeps arguing with a parent after being grounded. That's what it seemed like. I watched it from start to finish. And first and foremost, you know, we keep lots of criticism on the Department of Justice for not acting swiftly enough. But let me tell you, the two prosecutors in the case, Molly Gaston and Amanda Vaughn, those women are rockstars. And they represented the American people extraordinarily well in this prosecution. I got to chat with him for a while afterwards because they come from my former office, the D.C., U.S. attorney's office, and I congratulated them. And I thanked them on behalf of we the people. So we shouldn't lose sight of when the Department of Justice does something really well. We need to let them know. But, you know, Bannon promised to go medieval. During the trial and Steph, I was in there for every minute of the trial, no catapults, no crossbows, no molten lead being pored over the castle turret. Nothing medieval sat there if there was anything medieval. He sat there like a big old medieval bump on a log. The whole time and didn't say one word in his own defense didn't present any evidence and the jury after sitting in the trial for a week. They went back to deliberate. They came back with, it wasn't just a verdict. It was a statement, less than three hours, and they even worked in a lunch, guilty, guilty, go away, Steve Bannon. So now he will be heading to prison, but not until October 21st.

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Glenn Kirschner: The DOJ Needs to out Insurrectionists in Congress

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:35 min | Last month

Glenn Kirschner: The DOJ Needs to out Insurrectionists in Congress

"Yeah, you tweeted in the absence of any overt law enforcement action by DoJ to hold insurrectionists in Congress accountable. Groups like FS FP are stepping into the breach fighting to disqualify insurrectionists from returning to Congress continuing to try to destroy democracy from within. I think that's the other big question we all have. They were in the last J 6 here in Gwen. They were named. These ten members of Congress. I mean, you know, people keep harkening back to the Civil War that people were rejected that didn't vote it to not certify Lincoln's victory. I mean, where are we on every? Well, every spoke as you would say. We have insurrectionists in Congress running for reelection. You would think the Department of Justice, not for political reasons, but for democracy saving reasons would step up would bring charges against them if the evidence supports charges and try to not only hold them accountable for their crimes, but disqualify them from future public service. And because the Department of Justice is not doing that in a timely manner, we have citizen groups, nonprofit groups like free speech for people going into court stuff and fighting for us, trying to disqualify insurrectionists from getting reelected and continuing to try to kill our democracy from within. That shouldn't be like, listen, I love that we're all in the fight. I love that free speech for people is doing it. But it shouldn't be left to the people. It should be left to the law enforcement authorities that we entrust with these duties.

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Glenn Kirschner Addresses the Deleted Secret Service Texts

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

Glenn Kirschner Addresses the Deleted Secret Service Texts

"You know, I said that we are a nation adrift in unaddressed lawlessness. You know, and I probably should have added that DoJ. How about you lower some damn life bulb boats? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it feels that way. Part of it, you feel like, oh my God, it's a lot of climbing to keep up with the DoJ, but holy crap. We better get going. I mean, first question, the Secret Service text, are those recoverable? I mean, obviously deleting texts after they've been requested legally, I assume is another crime, but talk to us about that first. Yeah, so first of all, after there has been a request. Prosecutors will often put in what are called preservation orders to try to maintain the status quo until we can get our hands on potentially relevant information. I think the OIG, the inspector general's office, did what in substances the same. They said, we are requesting these texts and thereafter, they were destroyed. They were deleted. That, I'm sorry, has the smell of nefarious conduct. Doesn't prove that it's nefarious conduct. But here's the thing, ordinarily, even when you're migrating service from one phone to another from one provider to another, that doesn't mean everything that has gone before is forever deleted. Wiped away. So some of this stuff might be recoverable. The cell phone providers will retain the content of text messages for some period of time. But each company has its own internal guidelines, some will retain it 60 days, 90 days, a 180 days. So we have no idea what's retrievable. But what I know, Steph, is this stinks to high heaven. I mean, why would texts from January 5th and January 6th be deleted? When we all knew the historic importance and evidentiary importance of those text messages

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Kurt Schlichter: The Ramifications of Liberalism

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last month

Kurt Schlichter: The Ramifications of Liberalism

"So it's bad But I think we do need to kind of not us specifically you and I and the conservatives in our audience understand the ramifications of liberalism but liberals don't You know you have to get to that point in New York City got to in their Giuliani era where it's not just a mugging but unfortunately you or your kids get mugged and that wakes people up Well it certainly does and it also shows that the tactical side The site of fixing the actual some of the key problems is pretty easy We know the answer Rudy Giuliani showed us how to fix crime In New York City in the early 80s or early 90s okay He showed how to do it Reagan and Trump both showed how to fix the economy They did a couple of years And when they got out and turned it over to Democrats of which I include George H. W. Bush Those guys it took socialism to wreck the economy again The fact is we know what to do But we've got to gather the will to do it We've got to us conservatives we understand what the problem is But regular folks are getting woke Regular folks are getting awakened to the nightmare Look at what happened in blue Virginia They throw out Terry McAuliffe putting Glenn youngkin because they were sick of CRT and singular kids being groomed by weirdo pervert teachers And there are other indicators too You look at Hispanic Americans are LatinX Friends My opinions

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Steve Bannon Is Trying Too Little Too Late

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

Steve Bannon Is Trying Too Little Too Late

"And by the way, Steve Bannon, Rachel maddow said the same thing we did. What's the thing we says signal not noise. He's just all noise. She was saying, it's not important. It really isn't. He's just clearly trying to of course. Because he scared now, because now his trial is starting, and now there's going to be real consequences. So he's trying to and first of all, we don't negotiate with terrorists. We're not going to put him or roads on live. Yeah. Right. So that they can try to blow up the garage. You don't get to pick your rules for your deposition. And how about the heel eye? First place is lawyer committee lied to Trump didn't even wave it. Privilege that he didn't have any way, but he didn't even do that, so they lied about that in the first place, but yeah, right, that's what I said. Yes, Glenn kirshner, our buddy our pal said Steve Bannon's 11th hour attempt to testify as a ruse, a ploy. He wants to use this offer of testimony to argue to a jury that they should not convict him, but this nonsense is like a bank robber offering to give back the money they stole as a defense to the crime. It will not work. A couple others hang on hold please. Okay. Oh. Chris Holmes said Steve Bannon thinks he's smart. He's not. He's a traitor, a grifter, and a con man who's about to be exposed for what he is. And Marcia won the last one, said, why does The Washington Post report this as if Trump has privileged to waive he doesn't? This is such a colossal editorial failure, and we wonder why democracy is dying. Some media seem determined to ignore the facts in order to create a story where none exists. Yeah, it didn't have it in the first place. Trump didn't even run. So the whole thing is just him going, oh crap, I don't want to actually go to prison. Because now he's like, doesn't have Trump there to pardon him, right? And no matter what he says now, the crime has been committed. He ignored. We already did it. It's done. Right. There's no take back season. Right. They're saying it doesn't matter anything you do now. You can't go back to the crime. You're already committed contempt, right?

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John Zmirak: The Left Is Purging People for Power and Money

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:19 min | Last month

John Zmirak: The Left Is Purging People for Power and Money

"You have in this article at stream dot org. You lay this out. There are people who are waking up to this reality that the left no longer cares about truth. In other words, there was a time when you get a principled opponents. There were people on the left who said, well, I am pro life. Kirsten powers was one. There were senators, democratic senators, we have entered a new era. And it seems that the left has gotten really clear about the fact that they don't believe in the left is purging people like Glenn greenwald and Naomi wolf, who believe in truth, like Tulsi Gabbard. There's no more room on the left for sincere leftists. The left has realized it is all about power and money. It has that in common with big corporations with big pharma with Pfizer with Google with Microsoft. They are more and more openly simply the party of the 1%, the 1% is leftists because they figured out that's what is more profitable. That's what makes it easier to concentrate power

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Glenn Kirschner Would Sign Executive Orders to Counter Trump's Evil

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

Glenn Kirschner Would Sign Executive Orders to Counter Trump's Evil

"I'm not here to beat up on the current administration. But if I were president, which would never happen because I can't run for office, I would sign executive orders with my right hand all day every day until it fell off and then I would sign executive orders with my left hand. Think about what Donald Trump did when he first came to office within I think a week of being sworn in, he was signing a Muslim ban that was banning human beings from our country. He was banning human beings. And what happened? It was struck down. So what did he do? Did he give up? No, he and his dirty, ugly, hateful group of lawyers, went back, retooled, signed another one, and that one was upheld. He banned human beings from our country. We should be the president should be signing executive orders, flooding the zone with good the way Donald Trump flooded the zone with bad. And then Steph, we go in the court, and we fight for those executive orders. And one of two things will happen. The courts will either uphold them all for the good because now we've won and we've protected people or the courts will strike them down, and then we go back, we retool, we do it again based on what we learned from the court opinion, we get it right and we do good for people. I don't understand why we're not going scorched earth flooding the zone with

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Glenn Kirschner on the 'Bravery' of Pat Cipollone

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Glenn Kirschner on the 'Bravery' of Pat Cipollone

"So it's pat saponi day. Happy pat saponi day. What are you thinking? And what are you expecting? And are we going to see this videotape testimony on Tuesday? Oh, brave, brave, patched up. I smell sarcastic. Run away, run away. I smell snark look at what it took to get his butt in the chair and we call it. When we finally get a witness to testify, it took a 25 year old woman. Cassidy Hutchinson, outing some of Donald Trump's crimes, some of Mark Meadows crimes, and the sort of complete abdication by pat cipollone as White House counsel. When you think about this, what he told Cassidy Hutchinson was, you have to make sure Donald Trump doesn't lead the march on the capitol Cassidy. You got that? Now, I think, first of all, it was smart of him to turn to a woman to try to make that happen because she now goes in the hero category with ambassador yovanovitch, doctor Fiona hill, and so many other women who are stepping up and trying to save the democracy. Randomly I'm going to pick funny Willis tissue change. But the fact that The White House counsel would turn to this 25 year old staffer and say, now look, you need to stop the president from marching on the capitol. Why? Because if he does, we will be charged with every crime imaginable. Hey, hey, pat. How about you step up? And stop the president from that. Glenn, what do you make of the fact that he apparently did the right thing in the moment, according to all testimony, but why did he defend Trump during the impeachment? Why is he just now coming forward? I mean, because these are weak, cowardly, and I have air quotes up around the word men. These are weak, cowardly

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"glenn  " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

08:59 min | 11 months ago

"glenn " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"Talked about. We are looking for these types of individuals. Here is the growth path that's here. Third thing that should be on this page are testimonials. Think about this. Most organizations are really focused on getting reviews. For their products and their services. We want them on Google so that new customers looking to purchase our products or services. They look at these reviews and testimonials to validate our marketing claims, right? We're going to claim our product is great. We're going to claim that we deliver a great experience. That's well and good, but most people go that's marketing. We need validation. We get reviews, a question for all of you listening. Our watching, when you go to a new town or you're traveling and you want to check out a restaurant, do you go to the restaurant's website or do you go to a review website be it TripAdvisor or Yelp or something like that? Or you ask others for recommendations. You don't go necessarily to their website. We want validation. We know that's marketing. So we need to think about that the exact same way. I could promote and say, look at my growth plan. This is phenomenal. We're a great place to work and we have all of these perks and benefits. That's marketing. Where are the reviews or testimonials? I'd love to see videos. We're written both are good, talking about I started as an entry level. I after 18 months, I am now leading a team. And I'm set to be promoted X we need to have those stories to validate our marketing claims. Most people don't do that most people have a horrible career page if they even have one. It's usually, hey, if you're interested, hey, submit your name here. And that's you're not selling anybody on your organization. I really think you need to think about selling your organization as if it were a product that you sell to customers. You are, you're selling it to potential employees. You need to think through that same mentality. Which brings me to my last point. Are you dedicating part of your marketing budget every single month to advertise that you're looking for top quality people? Most companies make a mistake. They wait too long to hire or look for talent. Even if you're not ready today, I'm assuming that most companies want to grow and expand. If you say no Glenn, I'm very, this is the level that I want to be at. You need to prepare in case someone leaves where you have to let someone go. If you wait till that happens, it's too late. Just I want you to think about this as well. If someone left tomorrow, what would you do? Or think of it a little bit differently. If you were hiring someone and someone started today, how long would it take them to get up to speed as a as an average employee, not even superstar, but someone who is fully capable to take on a full client load to produce at a level of your medium level person on your team, how long would it take a month, two months, three months? Well, then reverse engineer back. How long does it usually take you to find equality candidate? All by the time I advertise and by the time I look through the resumes, by the time I go through the interview process, whatever that process is, maybe it takes me a month to 6 weeks. Well, now we're talking about two or three months to get up to medium performance. And one to two months to find someone, we're talking three, four months. So I always encourage organizations mine included to constantly be looking for people. You don't want to miss that superstar. I will tell you that I have run across super talented people and I made a place for them on my team because I knew having that person there, they're ready, they're working, I then can really accelerate and expand. So my last point is don't wait till you need a person to be advertising that you're looking for people. It allows you to be more patient. It allows you to really have a great interview process to really measure and score each individual versus. I need someone, so I'm just going to take someone and hope we don't want to run our business on hope. So let's just summarize these. I hope these were helpful for you. This was a short little power episode today because I've been having a lot of conversations with individuals and corporations about this. So I thought I would share this out with you. So number one, when we're creating our job ad for a role, throw the title away for the moment. That title, it can be distracting. Focus on the qualities. What qualities do I want these individuals to possess? That they bring to the table because you can teach them the skills you can teach them what they need to do. But what qualities do I need them to have? Not necessarily qualifications. And we want to put those in our job ad. Number two, we want to make sure that we have a growth path. We want to make sure we're explaining in the job description, as well as the inner reprocess that here's our growth path. Here's what we do with our individuals. We're looking to bring people in to grow in our company and stay with us. We need to map that out, communicate that to individuals. So they understand that there is a future with your company, not just an entry level position, and that's it. That's where you get a lot of job transition. Number three, we want to make sure that we have a career page on our website and that career page is very vibrant. It has all of these things that I just communicated what qualities we're looking for in people who work on our team. What is the environment of working with us? What is the potential for growth within our company? All of those things we need. And then lastly, we need our testimonials. We need our reviews, so to speak from our current employees about working for you about their experience, their journey, their growth, if I'm selling there's a growth plan? Well, then I should have a testimonials of people who say, I started as an entry level employee and now I'm running a team where I'm a general manager or I'm a manager and I've worked here and it's been a phenomenal place. We need to advertise that. And then lastly, we need to put part of our marketing budget every single month, advertising, driving them to that career page. Advertising with the videos. Advertising with messaging because ultimately, your business is a product that you're advertising. Your advertising to potential employees, very similar to you advertising your products and services to potential customers. So we need to have a dedicated budget to that every single month. You should be looking for talent all the time. Doesn't mean you have to hire them, but you should be interviewing them, looking at them, getting candidates because if you only hire when you need, then it's too late because it takes too long to get them up to speed, and you really have to dissect that and reverse engineer. How long does it take for a new individual to get up to speed as well as how long does it take for me to find that person? That usually is going to be a few months. So why aren't you looking all the time? Because if you're not looking, you could miss out on a real, superstar candidate that you should make room for on your team, even if you don't need them today. But finding great talent, especially right now where everyone's complaining about it. If you're complaining about finding talent, I would use these four strategies go through all of these and make sure you're doing them. I will guarantee you, you will attract better talent, you will retain better talent and you will dominate in your market. So I hope you found that valuable. As always, I appreciate your attention. Please make sure you subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen to podcasts and Apple Spotify or any platform. Also, jump over to YouTube. You can watch this conversation and some of the other great episodes that we have on the channel as well. Don't forget you can go to Glenn patch dot com and download some free leadership, training materials as well. And as always, I appreciate your attention. The fact that you're here with me today means a lot. I know there's a lot of places that you could go listen to your content or watch content and the fact that you're here means a lot to me. As I say at the end of every episode, you're in charge, but now I gave you a few more tools to help you become better both professionally and personally to become the leader that you want to be. Thank you so much. Don't forget to share it with others because I'm sure somebody else needs this information as well. And.

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"glenn  " Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

07:37 min | 11 months ago

"glenn " Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch

"And you can blame the outside. A lot of exterior results, right? So we're I work a lot in the automotive industry and for those around the time of listening to this podcast, you know, there is an inventory shortage because of the chip shortages all due to COVID and a lot of different other reasons. So right now, there are 5 customers for every vehicle because people want that vehicle. So there's a competition to get it. So the danger is do salespeople really have to work as hard as they were before to get customers in because people are coming in and they're willing to pay. So it is a little bit easier. To sell those vehicles at a higher profit. And that's fine. It's the reality of the time that we're in right now. And it's okay. But it won't last forever. So you have to look at yourself and say, well, what happens a year from now if inventory starts to increase? Are we starting to erode our efforts erode our skill set, take our processes for granted, and that's going to hurt us in the future. We won't see it right now because we're still winning, but we're getting potentially sloppier and sloppier in our efforts or we just don't think we have to put in the effort because the fish are jumping in the boat, so to speak. So I want to talk about again this idea of success can breed complacency. True leaders focus their actions every day on similar things. Meaning, it's almost groundhogs day. They know what they have to do when they come in. They know what actions they have to do. They're responsible. They're checklist. You've heard me talk about it before. Having a checklist of my duties. And one of those duties as a leader of a team is inspecting and developing and coaching the team. But if all of a sudden, because we're winning, that gets left off, or it doesn't become a priority anymore. Or I'm allowing myself to focus on something else instead of making sure that gets taken care of every single week. It erodes their effort because now the team starts thinking, it's not that important to Glenn because Glenn's not here checking on me. He's not. He's assuming I'm doing a great job. But what happens if all of a sudden I go, well, you know what, I don't have to do as many because they're not checking on me. I'll get to it tomorrow. I don't think it's malicious, but it's easy to push things off till tomorrow. And tomorrow. And tomorrow. And all of a sudden, they don't get accomplished . In the time necessary. And so even as a leader, if I push off that I'll inspect and I'll check in and I'll see what's going on. But all I'm looking at is the end result. Hey, are we still selling yet? We're still selling we're okay. You're not checking the erosion or potential erosion of effort. And that's really where complacency comes in and it creeps in. It doesn't kick the door down. It just creeps in. People come in a couple minutes late. They get started a little later. They leave things for tomorrow. They're just not as excited to go Greek customers because while the customers are coming in. I worked in restaurants a long time ago in my 20s and 30s. And I worked at some very successful places. And they were busy, but that owner always focused on every single person coming in, getting a high level of experience. Customer engagement. He never never got comfortable. Saying, well, we're good. We're busy. We don't have to. He pushed it. Now, in New York City back at that time, the average lifespan of a brand new restaurant was about maybe a year, maybe even less, his restaurants went on for 13 years. Why? Because he always focused. Every day we reminded ourselves what we had to do. He focused on the actions. He watched what was going on. He was always involved. You always felt him watching you, encouraging you, tweaking you, reminding you to make sure that that customer experience was perfect every single time. We focused on what we could control. So the key is if you're listening to this, be very careful if you're successful to not allow complacency to creep in. Hold those individuals on your team. Hold yourself accountable to what your duties are. What is your checklist? What is your job? Don't take it for granted. If training and development of your team is key, that should be the first thing that goes on your weekly schedule. These are the times that I have to work with my team. And then I wrap everything else around it. If I have to move it, I move it somewhere on that day or the next day, but it has to get done. I don't skip it because it's important for the building blocks of understanding that if I'm paying attention to my team, and I'm building up. Their confidence in what they're doing to generate those results that it's the actions that are going to generate those results. If I'm constantly encouraging them and I'm involved with them, we will continue. To be successful or we will see where we're heading down the wrong path and we can address it right then before it starts eroding before it starts falling away. Before we see in 6 months, hey, we're way off the mark. What happened? And then it becomes the panic, right? Going back to dieting, then it's the crash diet that never works. It works in the short term, but it's not something you can sustain. I can put so much pressure on the team to perform right now, but that's not sustainable. I can't spend all that time away from other things to put the pressure on. That pressure is going to push people away because they're going to say, what happened to Glen for the last 6 months? He's left us alone. Oh, now he got in trouble. He got disciplined or talked to from his team leader, and now he's pushing down on us. And that causes frustration because it's causing inconsistency and behavior versus they know what to expect every single day. People are creatures of habit. Three quarters of the world, we like ritual we like habits. We like to know what to expect. We do not want to go work in any organization, work on any team where today it's crazy Glen, tomorrow is nice Glen and there's another Glen, today we're going to do it this way tomorrow. We're going to change it this way. Today, I'm going to hold you accountable to this tomorrow. It's something else. People will quit, because of inconsistency. But if they know every single day, 9 o'clock means 9 o'clock ready to work, not walking in at 9 o'clock. And we have a meeting and this is the way the meeting goes and this is what I'm responsible to. And here's how my leader checks in on me and checks the actions that I'm doing. And here's how I improve performance in every week. We have a conversation one on one about performance. Then I work.

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"glenn  " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"My fear is that we're going to be increasingly like china because surveillance is already baked into our system. It's just that it's private surveillance by big tech but it's not that difficult for that to become public surveillance. We haven't done a great job of defending our individual rights over our privacy over our data. We need to fight back. We need to take possession of private data which currently we handed over tech platforms for a pittance. I know and it's very hard to achieve that once. You've sold something for a pittance. It's hard to renegotiate but my conviction is that central to individual liberty is individual privacy is ownership of your own personal data and that that twos attainable. But it has to be pursued. Antitrust is not sufficient the way the democrats are dealing with this which is just to go down. A bunch of antitrust actions is not going to solve the problem anymore than antitrust sold. The problem of microsoft's dominance of software. We've got to be much much more. Radical in our thinking and this is where i think conservative thinkers like you come in having made all the mistakes we made over twenty years whether it was the neoconservatives mistakes overreach or the trump has mistakes of failing to deal with the problems we're discussing. We have some learning to we really do. We need to get on with it. Because the solutions that we need in the coming years are not gonna come from the heads of politicians much less from the heads of bureaucrats. It's going to be people like us. Who figure out a new kind of conservatism which emphasizes the individual citizens liberty above all else. Neil i. I think one of the reasons why i haven't reached out more often. Lately is because you always make me feel like a mental midget. You don't make me feel that way. I feel that way at the end you're brilliant. You're really really brilliant I i hope you're your kind. But but glenn i meant it when i said it's it's you and an other broadcasters with reach who have to do this professors are not buying large the people who changed the world but there is a public out there hungry for new ideas frustration. I mean think of it. They felt they'd found a solution in trump. They felt that there was a chance to take on the deep state to take on big tech and it all went wrong a now what they want to know is what do we do now. And i think the answer probably needs to be something more sophisticated than re-elect trump and hope. It works the second time i mean. The definition of badness is keeping doing the same thing and expect a different outcome. My sense is that we who are conservative. Intellectuals still have a lot of work to come up with meaningful solutions to the power of the administrative state. The power of big tech. I mean i'll. I'll give you one final example. It was really clear to me after the two thousand sixteen election. The power of the big tech companies was excessive and section. Two thirty of the communications decency..

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"glenn  " Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach

Ask the Podcast Coach

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on Ask the Podcast Coach

"And but i. I remember once when i had stay in. This is hard to believe. I was in a studio. He said in quotation marks with My ex wife was A little office above a deli and she was in one corner. And i was in the other microphones pointing directly opposite. And you still had bleed. And and that's what i went. We're going to add a noise gate So it'll kind of squash me when i'm not talking vice versa. And in the end my target audiences that sitting there going wait squishing their headphones into the head going. I think i hear bleed in bleak. I don't worry about his bleed as much as just getting the getting the clarity of it. You know to to where it needs to be. This is the challenge of two microphones in a single room. You just it's just it just takes practice and it's been it. Listen it's been find most people what you are kind of sounder. Though altered we are i. Do it drives me crazy when i at work when people come in and they don't you know things aren't exactly right when we spent five minutes me trying to help them sound right and like wait a minute. This was just going to be a two minute. Phone call so You're right glenn. Ninety percent of our. I always get mad at you guys. Who have this perfect time with your gas because ninety percent of our listeners on a cellphone at the farm you know. Our guests are ninety percent on the phone. So the reason we still have to use skype. But we can't use any lead. A fancy programs is because we have to call him on the phone. But i think that's a little endearing like i i don't for if it's a if it's not all the time clan. I think that's okay like you people. Forgive that it's a guest. It's information it's not they're not the host if you were coming in from a phone. That's true no yeah. Yeah yeah and they know. People know that the horrible internet farm you know they know this is going to be great and if we can hear a horse wendy in the background where winning. That's a beautiful interview for us that's right. Where are you still having the dogs bark. Kids like i'll send you hear a horse weenie. So but Yeah we had a good time last night. We had a probably. I don't know six or seven people. They sat us unfortunately right in front of the kitchen so it was a little little on. The air conditioning was having a battle with that but I was right at home. it's just like florida. that's hot humid. Perfect and As glenn mentioned we had some some fun weather i should mention. We're getting ready. We're we're rounding third here if you're on clubhouse and you got a question raise your hand if you're watching live go to ask the podcast.

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"glenn  " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"Them. So again, <Speech_Male> I didn't even <Speech_Male> know you were doing that, man. <Speech_Male> That's amazing. Thank you. No, <Speech_Male> listen, <Speech_Male> it helped <Speech_Male> me. And so it was <Speech_Male> very useful when <Speech_Male> I was helping those <Speech_Male> individuals who are <Speech_Male> in job <Speech_Male> transition. <Speech_Male> The hard thing <Speech_Male> is when your <Speech_Male> sole job is looking <Speech_Male> for a job <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> that can be daunting, <Speech_Male> but if you start your <Speech_Male> day well, <Speech_Male> now you're <Speech_Male> ready to <Speech_Male> plan out <Speech_Male> your day and say here's <Speech_Male> what I need to do versus <Speech_Male> diving in and going <Speech_Male> into that loop. <Speech_Male> So it definitely <Speech_Male> helped them <Speech_Male> as well. So again, <Speech_Male> so listen Glenn, <Speech_Male> I appreciate your <Speech_Male> time today. I am <Speech_Male> so <Speech_Male> happy <Speech_Male> for you. I <Speech_Male> really, really am <Speech_Male> happy for all your <Speech_Male> success because <Speech_Male> what it has <Speech_Male> shown others. <Speech_Male> Who <Speech_Male> watched myself <Speech_Male> watching you and others <Speech_Male> is that when you have <Speech_Male> a plan and you <Speech_Male> work your plan and <Speech_Male> you work your plan <Speech_Male> daily <Speech_Male> and commit to it <Speech_Male> and put in the work, <Speech_Male> good things <Silence> happen. If you are <Speech_Male> humble <Speech_Male> and you <Speech_Male> move through the world, <Speech_Male> as you said, <Speech_Male> listening and <Speech_Male> encouraging <Speech_Male> and advising <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> when <Silence> you move through the world <Speech_Male> that way <Speech_Male> with that, <Silence> hey, I'm here <Speech_Male> to help you. <Speech_Male> It does come <Speech_Male> back to you. <Speech_Male> It's proven. People <Speech_Male> can watch and <Speech_Male> look. So again, <Speech_Male> I'm just so <Speech_Male> happy for your success. <Speech_Male> I wish you <Speech_Male> nothing but the best. <Speech_Male> I hope continue. <Speech_Male> As I <Speech_Male> said, I have a great seat <Speech_Male> watching you where <Speech_Male> you go because I <Speech_Male> think there's so much <Speech_Male> more. I don't <Speech_Male> even think you're started <Speech_Male> yet. I think <Speech_Male> the impact you can have <Speech_Male> out there <Speech_Male> is just <Speech_Male> you're just scratching the <Speech_Male> surface. Either <Speech_Male> you don't know what to do with <Speech_Male> it yet. I'm not sure <Speech_Male> other people know what to do <Silence> with it yet, but <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> trust me. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I just have a feeling <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> you're in the right <Speech_Male> place at the right <Speech_Male> time and <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> things are going to be <Speech_Male> going pretty <Speech_Male> fast pretty soon <Speech_Male> pretty big, <Speech_Male> and I'm happy for you. <Speech_Male> So I wish you <Speech_Male> nothing but continued <Speech_Male> success <Speech_Male> with all that <Speech_Male> you do. So <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> you're <Speech_Male> super kind, man. Thank <Speech_Male> you so much. <Speech_Male> This is great. So <Speech_Male> again, all right, <Speech_Male> so everyone watching <Speech_Male> if you've <Speech_Male> made it this far, hopefully <Speech_Male> you're <Speech_Male> listening through multiple <Speech_Male> times again. <Speech_Male> Please don't forget to <Speech_Male> subscribe to the channel. <Speech_Male> We have conversations <Speech_Male> like this, <Speech_Male> the point <Speech_Male> of this channel, as I said, <Speech_Male> is to help those <Speech_Male> and have conversations <Speech_Male> that spark <Speech_Male> change. <Speech_Male> That's really what this <Speech_Male> is about. Get you <Speech_Male> thinking, get your acting <Speech_Male> in a way <Speech_Male> that you can move yourself forward to start <Speech_Male> achieving the goals that <Speech_Male> you want to do. <Speech_Male> Please make sure you share <Speech_Male> it out. 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"glenn  " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"Own 4th of July, the Paul dailies that Kyle was in a few other ones who are just out to change that. So there is a it is in safe hands in your age bracket. There's a lot of great thank you. Thank you. I think that's going to be good. So Adam, we've talked about so much today. And you've been very kind with sharing your heart and your wisdom. If there was one thing that you wanted people to walk away with to our conversation, what's that one thing? I want them to write down the word lead on a piece of paper up top to bottom instead of across the top, and you're going to go L, E, a, D, D, LEA, DD. Now there may be some people listening right now that are like, I thought this guy was pretty smart, he just built lead with two ds. Two engine his name. So it works, right? So you're gonna put lead down the left hand side next to the word L I want you to write the word listen, then next to the word E, I want you to write the word in courage. Next to the letter a, I want you to write the word it buys. Next to letter D I want you to write the word develop and then after the second D you're going to write the word daily. So this to me is what true leadership looks like. We listen first, two years one mouth. I'm sure your mom told you that at some point in your life, right? Yeah. Listen twice as much as you speak. So great leader will listen first. And listen with the intent to encourage, which is your E and lead. Don't listen to defend. Don't listen to object. Don't listen to overcome. Don't listen to solve, listen to in courage. So after we've listened to someone the best thing we can do is we can encourage. We can say, hey, Glenn, I really enjoyed being on your podcast today, man..

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"glenn  " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"Admire you and my respect level, like, I saw you and I we've run across each other at conferences and we talked a little bit. But I remember early on, I think I want to say it was in January ish. It was a Sunday because I was taking my son to his basketball coach. And you had asked people, hey, I want to have a room that day because it wasn't breakfast of champions. So could we get together and talk about you did it for a couple of weeks and he was like, what's good? What's bad because those first early rooms, those 5 hours, one, it was all on your back or a few other people, but it just seemed very disorganized and there was no theme. But what and again, great lesson for everyone is you asked for help. And you didn't challenge anyone? I said, no, this is my vision. You said, what do you think? And I remember I said, well, maybe we breaking it up by like hours. And I think someone else said, well, like The Today Show or you loved it Today Show. You were like today's show. And somebody said, yeah, well those each like each hour is either a person host something or it's a theme or this half an hour. I said, and I remember saying, I think that would be easier for people one to consume, number two, it's easier to advertise to say, well, like now you have certain people at 7 o'clock on these two days there there. So if somebody wants to hear them, they know what time, right? The first hour is this. The second hour is this third hours this. I don't want to miss that or Thursday, right? It's easier to advertise. But what was really admirable is here's someone who is successful, right? You had success with the rise and growing. You were doing all of this great work. But yet you still reached out to people and said, all right, I see it. It's clunky right now. How can we make it better? And I share that and use you as an example when I'm teaching because most people would assume, well, he doesn't have to ask. He knows it all versus the reason why people are successful is they constantly are asking to either reaffirm where they're going or get another set of viewpoints or whatever it is. So again, that was just such a masterful day. And a fun day. Because everybody who participated, I think, if we could get all of those people back together again, they would say Glenn took one of my ideas. Right. I know that. Yeah, but it was a great lesson because you're humility, coupled with your drive. That's powerful. Thanks, man. Thank you. And I think that that part goes back to the young Glenn you were talking about the shortcuts, right? I'm okay with the shortcut when it comes to asking other people that are doing the things or people that have reached certain levels that have had success. Like, I'm like, bro, what's the give me the cheat code, man? I don't want to fumble through all this stuff. Right, but that's not that's not. To me, that's not a shortcut. That's smart. That's what Tony Robbins will call modeling behavior, you know? If somebody already banged their head ten times and he says, okay, duck this way..

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"glenn  " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"And I think that's one of the keys it's that idea of consistency and dependability so that they can feel safe doing their job a 100%. And if they fall you're there to pick them up, not bash them. Or you're not even there when they look around and need you, you're gone somewhere. So I really wanted to hone in on that because I think it was a really, really great point you made about that dependability and trustworthiness of belief that you're there for me, and I can do my job. That's it, man. That's where it's at. And I think it's not just to work, right? Your relationships. You're looking for that. Your kids are looking for that, you know? Everybody everybody needs that. Yeah. And you need that. See, that's the other thing is that we all are. I always say we're all on somebody's team, right? So if you get promoted to GSM, well guess what? Now you're on the general manager's team. And then when you're a general manager, you're on the dealer's team, right? So even if you're on a deal, you're a dealer, you're in a 20 group or you're in your 800% club like, you know, you're on that team. And there's always accountability up the chain. So understand that once yes there are people below you looking to you for help. For guidance. Same moment in time, you need to have that team. You need to have those people that you can depend on. Those 5 people that are on your phone and when you need something or you need good counsel or you need a kick in the ass, like they're going to be there, everyone needs that or else you get lost. And then you can't be valuable to your team if you're lost. That's right. And Glenn, that's where the morning routines come back into play. You know, that morning routine, if you're consistently spending some time mind body and spirit creating that solid foundation, then.

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"glenn  " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on "You're In Charge: Conversation that Spark Change" with Glenn Pasch

"So where did rise and grind start from? I know you said I'm in the closet. I remember those early episodes. But where did the idea of a daily show come from? Some idiot. I'm just kidding. Actually, when I launched his daily, I was told by my friend Hank Norman, he's like, you can't do daily. It's too much. You gotta do once a week. I'm like, I'm doing daily. No. So rising grind came initially from one of the things you just mentioned. You just mentioned social media. And I found myself getting very frustrated. This was when Colin Kaepernick was kneeling, right? He started kneeling, and there was all this to do about this guy kneeling. And the back and forth and everything, right? And so when you got on social media, it was politics. It was fighting it was division. It was violence and all these things. And it really was driving me nuts. Like in my gut and I finally thought about it and I learned this Glenn over my years, like if something's really bothering you, that to me is God's way of saying do something about it. Right. Like if you can just put it away and blow it off, no big deal. But if it really starts to eat at you, that's a calling. That's a calling. That's an opportunity for you to be a solution. And so it was really bothering me all the violence and stuff online. And I was like, you know what? I can't do anything about it. I can't eradicate it. But what I can do is I can create a tiny little sliver in the corner of the Internet where every time you come there, because I knew how important mornings were, every time you come there, it'll be motivation, education inspiration. That's it. You'll never get any of the other stuff in my rooms ever, ever, ever, ever, ever. And so I kind of created it to scratch my own itch to create a place for me that was positive because everything else was so negative. And on top of that, I thought about it from a marketing standpoint. Because I was at the dealership. I know how influence influential the mind is first thing in the morning. It's incredibly influential. It's consuming consuming consuming. And so I'm like, okay, the old radio jingle guy and me is like frequency plus proximity equals affinity. So by doing the show, every day, not only can I create a space for positivity and motivation and education, but it'd be great marketing for the dealership. So I would start every day and I would make sure to tell stories about the people of the dealership. But I would start every day and I'd say, my name is Glenn lundy. I'm a husband to back then. It was like 5. My husband to 5, my husband, I'm a father. I'd say I'm a husband to one, a father to 5, and the general manager, Dan Cummins, Chevrolet and Buick, and Paris, Kentucky. The second largest used car franchise dealership in America, it's 5 30 a.m..

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The Glenn Beck Program

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"His staff bashes it on the he slides it down. Yeah breaks off the bridge and that big thing is coming at him and the big thing grabs him pulls him down with it and he just hangs on for a minute need looks up at his at his group of friends and he says run you fools. He doesn't actually say run. You fools. He says fly you fools and almost everybody remembers it and says it run. You fool weird right where it's either dimensional thing. Now you've convinced me. Yeah it was the lord of the rings. Yeah never seen exactly. Seven to seven b. e. c. k. As triple eight seventy seven. Btc k. to do this one more. We're just talking about the mandela affect things that you believe. The whole society believes but really aren't true weren't quite the way you remember them Things like jiffy peanut butter never existed. It's always been jeff. How about smokey bear. No the in. It is just smokey bear. But here's why do you remember the song. When they sang the song it was. Smokey the bear. Smokey bear prowling and growl and anna sniffen the air so they called him. Smokey the bear in that. And that's what caused that as just wrong yet. Look at both are true to his name. Is smokey bear. He's also a bear. So smokey the bear and smokey bear would both be accurate. Yes right yes. I will say. There's a point in the future where we're like do you do you remember. Joe biden. Being president did that happen. I hope we're at that point sometime. Very soon wade. No he wasn't no he was vice vice vice president and he was a senator. Yeah right but ran for president. But he didn't he didn't make it ran five times. Didn't he yeah. He couldn't have presidency of the united states. He was senile. By the time he was in his late seventies krizan right. Yeah no. I do kinda remember him. Bumbling and fumbling around basic sentences in front of the the in the oval office. I think he wasn't good. God that man was president was a please tell me that day is coming very very soup glenn beck program..

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"glenn  " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Speaking of great democrats doing fantastic jobs about the mayor of chicago. She is Thought lori lightfoot. Doing terrific job in anybody who criticizes her well. That's all about her being a bypass of course Here's what she had to say about About why people criticize her gut. Seven your reaction to criticism tribune editorial used the term irascible. Hamas has think might have to do with the fact that you're a woman and specifically a black woman all of all about ninety nine percent of it but ninety nine percent. Yeah but ninety nine percent is not because she's a hypocrite and she tells people in chicago. They can't leave their homes in the can't go to salons and then she does the opposite It's not because of any of that. It's because it's because she's black of course same playbook every m so tired. I'm so tired of the other thing they do is. They can't disagree that the crime situation is a real problem so they can't just say oh well know the crime is really bad and obviously we're in charge so we do pts they just call it gun crime instead now. There's all sorts of crime that happens in these areas that don't have to do with guns. They're all increasing too but they're just saying well gun crime if we gun crime then we can. Of course blame the gone. Instead of every other element of society leading to these outcomes despite the fact that especially in her city They have the toughest gun laws in the country and they still had one hundred. Four people shot eighteen killed over the Independence day weekend. It just and again. This is a city that has gun. Rules so tight. They've been overruled as against the constitution. Multiple times like the heller case was about chicago his house central to this they have. That's how bad gun laws have been and still no affect is a triple eight. Seventy seven more patents. Do for glenn coming up this is the glenn beck program its patents do for glenn the glenn beck program. Triple eight. Seventy seven b. e. c. k. There is something called the men della effect and it it has to with nelson mandela and people believing. He died in prison which didn't happen. No he did not. he'd she got out of prison and became pretty prominent for some time before he died. He died in two thousand and thirteen freeman. Yeah you might remember. That's where barack obama hit on the leader of was it the netherlands. I think the female leader of the netherlands and and michelle was not happy arrangement. Not happy she seemed to laugh at having a great time and flirting together and michelle was not visibly unhappy. Yeah i do remember that video that you said you say yeah the so this idea that basically like society can create a false memory and things and and people believe and like it's a mass false memory to not just like a few people but everybody believes it. Everybody believes it so these are some examples of it and are pretty interesting. Mandel effect was the was the belief as you mentioned that he died in prison. Which i'd never thought but i guess a lot of people did however this one i could probably Probably be affected by for example. What has darth vader say. When he's talking about being. The father of luke skywalker. Luke i am. You'll thaad right. That is definitely says except for the fact. That's not what he says he says actually in the movie. No i am your father. He's answering right. Because luke says to him. You killed my father lou. You'll look what happened to your father. You kill my father. No i am your right right. Actually recreation there those amazing but yeah. I would've totally said luke. I am your father. I would tend bet on it and that it was sure. Yes there's a bunch of examples of that that's one of them but that one i would have definitely gotten wrong. How this one monopoly. The game of monopoly Does the monopoly man have a monocle. Will yeah absolutely no. He does not. The monopoly. guy does not have a monocle. Half a monocle. He's never had a monocle. is he. Holding it in his hand he's always money back to the okay so he doesn't have it in his eye and it's not in his hand. No the belief is people are conflating. The monopoly guy and mr peanut. Mr does have a monocle but those are two very different characters. Actually i don't. I don't think i've ever completed the two. Although i'm pretty sure the monopoly is not made of peanuts. That's one thing yes well. That's an interesting. Okay here's another one. This is what i would probably got wrong too. If you think back to your childhood you're making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Made me feel butter. Jelly sandwich for your kids And you break out the jiffy peanut butter. Yes i would think it's jiffy no but i know it's not because we went through this on my show a couple of weeks ago came up and i'm like jeff used to be called jiffy. No it's never been jiffy beat butter. It's always been jif. Yes so there is a jif weird butter and there was also a skippy peanut butter. But there's never been a jiffy peanut butter someone out. There should create a jiffy beat butter. Yes right is he. Success be huge. Everyone would think that was one. They've been buying since they were a kid. But no there's no such thing really weird another movie one here now. I don't know how much you were fan of silence of the lambs. Probably not but it was a huge movie. Obviously and if you've never seen the movie you probably know one thing about it. When she walks into in front of the cell door there he says hello clarice like a very famous thing okay. Yeah he doesn't say hello clarice in the movie he actually just says good morning ueli because that's what everybody says yes now he says yes. He says clarisse in that voice many times but he only says good morning. You never says hulo clarisse okay. Fruit of the loom. Yeah k- underwear right. You've got the the symbol of fruit of the loom. Can you picture in your head now. I would have pictured in my head as a bunch of fruit. Kind of spilling out of a cornucopia type of thing right yes. The fruit has never spilled out of a basket. Come out of. It is literally just a pile of food really. Yeah which is a weird thing to put on your underwear. That is weird. Strange to put food. I almost want it in a basket. So it'd be protected. No it's just food. Yeah why protesters food with the under. I guess obviously fruit and it's fruit of the loom. It is and so there you go there you go. Okay this one. I didn't remember Mona lisa your head. Yeah is the mona lisa smiling. Mona lisa frowning. What is doing. I think she's smiling. She a little smirk. Ex- that's exactly right. She has a little bit of smart. most people. Remember this as her frowning a little bit. It's a dower dower times. In that painting so i can understand. Maybe why conceptually put that. But that's not true do you remember. Ed mcmahon.

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"glenn  " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"His fence do for glenn glenn beck program. Triple eight seven seven. C k britney spears league now. Did you watch the new york times documentary on. Yeah i did too. Yeah makes it just made you feel really bad for you. Ever said about burgess. Skiers basically yes. Yeah shorts a lot including the things that they said about britney spears by the way the time exactly don't mention but everybody else on that and a lot of those stories now come back new eyes and look quite a simple. Yeah but apparently cording lawyers. It's almost impossible to get out of these. The glenn beck program.

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"glenn  " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Patents. Do for glenn triple eight. Seventy seven c k Have you ever heard of the world leader being assassinated in his home before. I don't think i've ever heard that maybe it's happened. I don't know about it. But i can't think of a similar instance. The guy in romania didn't they go into in his in his palace and execute him. That was more out coup. Yeah but maybe there's been a couple but it's it's not news pat and i keep looking for the part where the assassins were themselves killed. And i haven't seen a single story on the. I haven't seen a single word about that. I don't think they caught him no. It doesn't walked into his house claiming to be a d. e. a. agents drug enforcement agents and then shot the guy and his wife and walked out and that was it and they don't have them in custody now as i don't have them in custody there have been multiple people killed across the country In i guess people that were quote unquote suspects or loosely tied to someone who could be a suspect and there's been some people turning up dead over the past twenty four hours tends to happen after use acetate does end up a country does but it is amazing that this is just you know. People just aren't even all that interested in it. It seems there was a. It's a weird situation there. In that they had very strange election. They had a provisional president for a while they had there was a disagreement of when this guy was gonna leave office. I don't know maybe it's this year. Maybe it's next year shockingly. He took the next year option. So been in power. There's a there's a contingent in the country that saying that actually he's supposed to be out of power but usually you don't wind up seeing a situation like this and it's an incredible story still don't have tons of detail on how it happened. But they said they the morning we wake up and there's just you know bolt casings all over the front lawn. Yeah and the driveway. Yeah have really was like they just they said it was so many So many bullets neighbors said it was like an earthquake billing there just so much gunfire going into the house. Yeah incredible so yeah. I mean a world leader. Right now eighty. There's a problem said. Yeah that's got a few problems. One way to put it one way to put it But you don't see this every day now it really don't and i. I'm a little baffled. By the fact that there was nobody who who put a stop to it before it could get to that point where they could kill him does not seem possible. The security forces maybe Police officers Secret service or their version of secret service. Do they have none of that in haiti. Kind of weird. Yeah have security. But i has. Anybody looked to the second guy in control who now takes over the country to say prime minister and they had a quote from him. I heard he's like hey. I'm in control me now. So immediately led me to believe Could he have been behind this. Maybe that's part. But i'd look into it. I let me run this theory by you and this is not fully formed. But i wanna get your take on it. I felt like reading about the story. Because it's an interesting story. Even if you don't necessarily care about the politics of haiti you know a world leader gets killed. And it's something that's interesting and i've been trying to find out details on it in trying to read about it as much as i can And what i felt like is that the coverage has been really bad like various. Like no one's been able to paint a picture of what happened on this day particularly well. No one's been able to really give you much detail now. It's it's soon after. And i know there's a lot of question marks is not an easy story to cover but i feel like i i. It crossed my mind that the media has just given up actually journalists. Like there's a part of it. It's like where like they just did. Five years of just covering donald trump's tweets and now a story like this happens and there doesn't seem to be anybody around the to cover it no or anybody who's capable of telling the story in any rational way. I'm looking right now. story. I just found actually jesse jackson it to me. Authorities killed four suspects and arrested two others so now they have a couple of six at least They're believed to be well. Trained killers who allegedly impersonated dea agents to enter the home so yeah Prime minister a claude. Joseph has taken over the government. Not i'm sure it's nothing suspicious there. You wouldn't You think maybe he had that done. But i guess they're mercenaries and highly trained and at least one of them sounded like an american. He had an american accent which means he had no accent at all. That's white privilege right there. Folks you heard it in action today that if you believe that you have no accent because you're white that's white privilege it's not because i'm white. It's because i'm american merck american so It'll be interesting to see what what comes of this as we do. Get more details on what exactly happened. but for now just a really strange development and you know it's a country that's really close to our borders in does matter and a lot of people go to the dominican republic for Make they've got some really nice beaches in the dominican and a lot of good baseball players from the come from the dominican republic which is right next door to haiti. So it's kind of important to the us because baseball players in baseball. Yeah yeah no. It's it's it's it is obviously very close. anytime you have unrest that were relatively close to our shores. We you know something to monitor. I don't think it is a story that necessarily affects us all that much but it is interesting to the monroe doctrine were we can't allow any sort of communist leadership on this side of the planet. It's all i have to say there. Yeah i look at any time. Something like this happens you know if it got forbidden. Assassination happens in a well developed democracy or parliamentary democracy or republic. Like we have usually what you have is a situation where people mourn and We go on through the to the next guy you know and we move on and we do our best. That doesn't a lot of these countries. This stuff happens in the whole thing just melts down. Now i don't know how you melt haiti down. It's already kinda sad. Sadly they've had a lot of issues like you put butter in a microwave. What happens then you turn it up on high for a minute or so. You're going to have the solid product. They're no and that's kind of what situation. Haiti's been it's been a rough rough patch for a very long time with the prospects i mean. Of course there's been people go back to the clinton foundation stories where all sorts of corruption has been has been involved down there lots of money flowing there after their tragedies lots of it not getting to the people in any way that was helpful. Clinton foundation. had a little tickle. Just a little frog in my throat. Punch wow wow wow weird..

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"glenn  " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Big mathematician pucca. I'm going to say yes. This stories from october twenty twenty but it says at least twenty five americans were killed during the protests for of the george floyd situation last year waste is as high as thirty six by white supremacists. No no oh no white. Supremacist didn't have any the protesters. Then that we're now no it was it was It was it was black lives matter. Video antifa yeah killing people. That's more than the white supremacy every year. Seems like it glenn beck program.

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"glenn  " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"We've seen it repeatedly but neiman marcus. Yeah they need. They need armed guards and people need. There has to be intervention into these a lot of times. They are armed guards and they don't. They're told not to do anything. They're just essentially billboards that say. Please don't rob us but when you do rob us. We're not going to do anything because the corporation doesn't want to sit here and have a scandal on their hands because they know what the media will do with a story like this. Yeah they're going to give a sob story. They're going give All the all the things we like. Let's say there was some actual discrimination in the company. Five years ago they're going to route that out and make that the front page story Look what they did to starbucks again like. I'm not i have. No allegiance to starbucks. Starbucks is a left-wing corporation. This constantly beating you over the head with every piece of blm level. Nonsense that the that they can churn out and they enforced one of their policies to not let someone go to the bathroom or sit in the in their in their building without buying something. Yeah and they were called the racist. They had to shut down their chain had to in quotes here but they shut down their chain for a day of racial understanding and education their entire chain of restaurants incredible because they did something completely normal. That every single person in our society has always known if you'd go into a place and you don't buy something you don't get to take advantage of the indoors you don't get to sit you. Don't get to go to the bathroom. You don't get to sit at the table for forty five minutes. If you don't buy anything now look can you do. It sometimes. sure but we all understand that if they say no to you you is your it. It's their place and didn't they go the complete opposite direction. They just said anybody can use the. I think the outcome of that was anybody could use her bathroom bathrooms. Anybody can come in here and sit down and not by anything and you can use the bathroom. And then they fire the manager who tried to enforce their pauline did. Yeah yeah so why again. This stuff is happening. But when you take away those basic fundamental guidelines and this. This is how society crumble. It leads you to wonder. Why are the homeless dropping turns on the sidewalks in san francisco or out there. Then just go into starbucks and go to bathroom there. Wouldn't that be too far. It's too far too far. Ordered it. yeah that's why we talked about the guy yesterday and the bucket in the subway. The in the of they're cleaning the floors with with the mop the bow. You then just kind of going just decided to go there. So bizarre What has had a door civilization triple eight seventy seven beck its patents do for glenn on the glenn beck program. You'll listen my show. Pat gray unleashed every weekday immediately before this program six eight central seventy nine eastern time on blaze radio and television and then pretty much anytime you want not pretty much anytime. You want On podcast wherever you get your podcast yup and make sure to do the same with studios. America subscribe to the channel and rate and review. Five stars is the appropriate number of stars avenue wearing today pat the learn then protests. The order is important so you should learn okay. I then protests why. The order is import. What is the importance of that. Yeah so if you what what's happening now is a lot of people are protesting. Yeah burning down their cities okay. Then they're learning or maybe not even at all actually be protesting as well. What if i heard about it from from a friend of mine. No you should check out. And they shouldn't have. Yeah what if you were to look into the details of the crime thing. What if i did yeah. Would that make a difference if you learn about a story and you wait until you've learned to protest. Yeah well that usually works out better so this is a t shirt to where if you happen to have a left-wing protest in your city. All right you got to wear it and just says learn then protest. The order is important. Seems like a crazy concept to me. I understand it. Yeah you can get it out to learn then. Protest dot com. Oh you got. It's got its own website cut. Its own website. Your t-shirt has its own way. does that's cool. It's a it's all right. It's an active entity in and of itself. Now if i went to one place are they aggregated there somewhere. Where all you get all your merch studios merch dot com. You have yours up there too. You have your yes on. Yes it's It's a the website near you go to. Stu does merch dot com. You can just click on pat gray and it's pat head shop dot com. Okay yeah pet chugging kind of the same place so that's where you can go all right. Triple eight seventy seven b. e. c. k. according to the university of maryland. Thirteen people. Now we've heard this is the biggest threat. America faces right now. What good climate change. No well. I mean it's tied with climate change with climate change threat. It's white supreme whites white supremacy. Yeah it's the biggest threat. We face tide of course with climate change. According to the university of maryland thirteen people die each as a result of white supremacist violence in america. Thirteen thirteen people not dwell according to a whole baker's dozen according to who again people according to the university of maryland. that's a high number pad and it is. It's the same number this is how high it is. It's the same number as the number of people who die from vending machines falling on them every year. Thirteen people die being squashed by vending machines every year. So how when will we do something about this win will. Cnn covered the threat of vending machines. You know with the same enthusiasm the cover. White supremacy pat How many how is twenty five more than thirteen. Yes understanding in my understanding is. I'm.

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"glenn  " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"glenn " Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"This is the glenn beck program you know. We were Just having a conversation and it kind of hit me. Wow maybe maybe fao. She is being explored Because it gives the cover for the news agencies to not go after china but really make phao she and the united states the villain hair because we gave money. She gave money Against the law. I mean he did it right before the law was passed. But he knew it was coming and he knew he was giving it for gain of function. research And it gives them a way to not blame china which will keep all of their movie business and amusement park business cetera et cetera Going strong I mean i haven't seen too much of the anti couch -i vibes coming from the media even as they've turned on calling The lab week theory conspiracy. The there hasn't really been too much blame. I've noticed from the mainstream media on cheap. But maybe that's the next step of this. I mean it's possible. That's an interesting thought. It does seem like there has been this immediate jump to defend china at all costs on this and even when they're talking about the lab league theory it's almost always couched as well. This is a mistaker and it very well may have been a mistake. What was a mistake. Though was fighting it probably was correct. Correct correct this could have is really taking marching orders from from you know you gotta remember. Also why are we believing the chinese communist party about a lab run by the head the former head of china's communist party in the people's liberation army the bio weapons research. I mean that's also a little bad there. You know yeah no. There is a real reason to doubt the story that china tells us. And i think everyone you'd think the immediate would really understand us. I mean look at what look at the you know. The chinese communist party has done to the media in the country. They won't even allow you to search for historical news events in the country and somehow they get this defense from journalists who should be the most offended by what china does really. you know. there's no freedom there for press. there's nothing i mean. Think about this. They had the the tank guy Tank man with square anniversary. They can't search for it at all in china. They can't see it they don't know about it. It's completely deleted to the point that some of these other search engines in their effort to delete it for china deleted it in other regions to and people in other regions. Weren't able to see at least for a while. This is not this is not a a would not think this would be a country or a government that would find any defense from an open western media but they do constantly constantly. we're seen as the enemies. How many times have we have. We heard that actually. It's us with global warming and not it china china's at the cutting edge as al gore would say of environmentalism well as their imprisoning millions of people and pouring. I mean what what. What's the estimate. Something like ninety percent of all the plastic waste in the ocean comes from this is i just it. Doesn't it doesn't make much sense That we're always the victim We're always the villains and there are always the victims strange. That seems to make an awful lot of sense. When you look at why the left is trying to destroy us. They i think probably believe in this marxist claptrap but their employers believe china is the new model together. Those two things are deadly newsroom. See tonight at nine only on tv. The glenn beck program..

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KTOK

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"glenn " Discussed on KTOK

"Glenn Beck program. Seven to seven. We e c k coming up this hour. We've got some amazing audio from Louis C K that the left is going crazy over we'll share that. With you. Of course, this is like one of those things where they you know, now, he's he's crossed some lines. He's not allowed to cross has nothing to do with his controversy with sexual harassment. It has to do with him. Going after some left wing issues. And now when that happens, of course, he's got to be. He's completely off off limits now. And now it's now it's out of pounds and he should be silenced. Should be silence. We also have some great climate change stuff. Coming up from Bernie Sanders. Subset from Alexandria, Cossio Cortez as well. She's a genius. She might be. Yeah. Jesus they both might be obviously, we'll get into that. So much more coming back. We're back in sixty seconds here on the Glenn Beck program. This is the Glenn Beck program. Let's talk about something real here. You can put off a lot of things in life. You don't have to join a gym you can clean your gutters. But usually they will rot off your house. But here's another thing. You shouldn't put off in. That is getting home security. It's your home. It's your family. It's your stuff you want to protect it. But there's always something holding you back and most likely it's the idea of paying an awful lot of money are paying a middleman and being indebted forever. It also could be the fact that they want you to schedule a six hour installation window. You don't have time for that. Simplisafe home security has gotten rid of all of those reasons not to get home security, and I'm about to tell you how to save a ton to these guys are really great..

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