Glenn Beck’s EPIC Takedown of Leftist LIES About America at CPAC 2021
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Speaking at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas, Texas, Glenn Beck shares a treasure trove of rare artifacts and documents from the history vaults at Mercury One to debunk the leftist lies about slavery, racism, and the real history of America. WATCH more Glenn Beck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvpmbtvlMFQ

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http://facebook.com/BlazeMedia[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] welcome to texas thank you thank you thank you very much thank you please thank you we have a lot to go through tonight uh this is going to be fun by the way my pronouns are exactly what they've always been uh i got up this morning and as matt will tell you last night we we spoke and he said have you written your speech yet and i went nah um i don't i don't usually write speeches i just uh i just go with what i'm feeling uh at the time and this morning i got up grumpy uh so this speech has a little grumpiness to it because i am sick and tired of the lies that are constantly coming at us i am tired of it i think you are too so we're gonna set the record straight and i brought a lot of stuff from uh our vaults uh at mercury i have a charity uh called mercury one we do we do a lot of uh we do a lot of uh humanitarian care we have uh moved fed and sheltered over a hundred thousand christians and yezidis in the middle east um yeah one of the other things we do and we're gonna you will understand this uh in the coming months um we are beginning to teach history where dennis prager has done such a great job he's getting people to look at the the issues um with experts we are collecting all of the documents all of the pieces of history so we can show you in their own words this is exactly what happened we have now over 120 000 founding documents we are only surpassed by the national archives in the library of congress and its home is here in dallas texas so let me bring out can you bring out the uh first artifact please i just purchased this the week that everybody was freaking out about aunt jemima and don't get me started on the cream of wheat guy oh my gosh racists i want to show you how misleading history can be this at one point hung in some of the most important galleries uh in america this is a homer a winslow homer it is he is one of america's greatest painters and when you look at it if cnn were here they would be like bloodbath is showing slavery they're now for slavery why would i bring this well this i purchased at an extraordinarily low price because no one wanted it that week but homer was an abolitionist why would he paint this glorifying no this was actually painted for the 10th anniversary of freeing the slaves the 10th anniversary and homer knew that this was that reconstruction everything that was going on it wasn't enough it wasn't really freeing people yet so he painted this painting of a woman he went down south to paint it he painted the woman in the cotton fields she is below the horizon she is looking down she's still trapped in the same place she may be free but she doesn't know what else to do her daughter above the horizon is looking out towards the future but she's still in the fields as well the reason why i wanted to bring this out to show you is there's a lot of stuff on history that if you just look at it you're going to get a completely different indication you're going to walk away with an impression that is not true this is why our history is being dumbed down and edited and taught in little sound bites because when you have the full picture then you can digest it and understand so thank you let me give you a quick synopsis of who we are and i'd like to take down this is my pissed off part of the morning white guilt you are nothing but a bunch of ignorant imbeciles white supremacists you're a racist you're anti-jewish you know anti-asian anti-native american you're a nazi you're a fascist you you live on stolen land you're anti-government that's a weird one you're a conspiracy theorist and violent extremists look at you i see i see you over there yeah i know you look like a sweet grandmother but i know you're packing heat and you'd cut them down so let's talk about american history and let's start with slavery no matter what you say slavery was worse than you can imagine worse than you can imagine this is filled with rocks if you were a runner they'd know exactly where you were there was no hiding this you wore as a punishment up to a month if you didn't behave you wore it around your neck imagine sleeping it's worse than you think it was but now let's give a little perspective i brought some pesky little facts with me i love you too i know chicks dig me but i'm happily married it happens to me everywhere i go oh yes and i smell like a hostess twinkie slavery and racism have affected every single nation on the planet primary prior to the arrival of any european in america fact number one 20 to 40 percent of indigenous people were enslaved by other indigenous people placing them on par with the slave empires of ancient rome or greece that's a fact suck it cnn during the transatlantic slave trade from 1501 to 1875 12.7 million americans or africans were involuntarily enslaved carried from africa to other parts of the world of these other parts of the world approximately 5.8 million slaves were portuguese holdings they went to portugal and portuguese holdings 26 of the slaves went to english 11 french eight percent went to spanish holdings four percent to dutch only 2.4 percent were in of the enslaved africans were brought to the united states we were not the worst yes we engaged in it as well did the rest of the world do you know that there were 12 million slaves at the time there are 40 million slaves today what are we arguing about 400 years ago let's free people today by the way by the way mercury one just purchased the largest collection of documents and artifacts from the pilgrims and jamestown it's the largest collection in the world oh 1619 project we're coming for you the first african-american slaves arrived in virginia what year 1619 let's reimagine history or not they were not slaves they were indentured servants you can argue back and forth slavery slavery indentured servants it can be horrible yadda yadda but let's be accurate because they say that that is the first time that uh slaves came here in america and um actually it's not true the second slave ship to arrive anybody know where it arrived plymouth yes plymouth 1646 what happened to that slave ship oh yeah no they didn't send them back no no no they did not send them back what they did is they freed all the slaves and the slave owners and the slave ship captain they put in jail for human stealing that was america that is the pilgrims you can say we started in jamestown a lot of people want to have that argument we didn't start in jamestown we don't have a thanksgiving where we celebrate those people that actually turned into cannibals we did not celebrate those we celebrate massachusetts and the pilgrims in plymouth who were anti-slavery the whole time by the way anybody the first documented slave in america does anybody know who it was first documented slave happened in virginia and it happened in 1653 and the owner was uh anthony johnson he had somebody who was an indentured servant it means they paid for your way over and then you work up work off that debt and you go free well he didn't think that guy worked hard enough and so he went to court and he convinced a court in virginia that that man didn't work hard enough and i should own him for the rest of his life that is the first slave in america it was an african-american slave the funny thing is anthony johnson was also an african-american the first black official black slave was owned by a black man because because early slave laws in america allowed the ownership of whites in addition to black and indian slaves whites were also enslaved in the united states globally up to the 16th century there were more documented uh white slaves in the old world than there was in the new world of black slaves you see slavery is not about race it's about getting your thumb over somebody and if you happen to be the population that is a evil b you want to control somebody else you'll put your thumb on them you can classify them as jews blacks people with blonde hair people with black hair it doesn't matter when man wants to enslave somebody he will enslave something americans hear me and start saying this slavery is not about racism slavery is not about america slavery is a human condition it's a human condition that needs to be worked on at all times racism is a human condition by the way uh uh one more fact here that just is pesky and it's got to get it off of my desk here new england new england was the first major region in the world to abolish slavery pennsylvania massachusetts began doing so in 1780 connecticut and rhode island in 1784 new hampshire 1792 vermont 1793 new york 1799 new jersey 1804. now why is that important because the one that gets credit for being the first country is great britain and they did it 30 years 30 years after new england did it we were the first in the world we're also the only people that had white people killing white people to free black people five hundred thousand americans died for freedom and not because not because anybody felt anything personal maybe they did but the people who fought and died they believed in a higher ideal they believed even though it was very complex at the time because it was a new thought that all men are created equal that's why we fought and died that's why we carry on today that's what the republican party should be all about today we all are created equal and endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights stand for those rights that is our unum that will unite us by the way by the way you can you can call me at any time and we'll give you all of the names there's hundreds of them that are first black americans these are the first black americans uh to serve in the house of representatives did you did were you taught this in school because i wasn't taught any of these names in school i wonder i wonder why oh we'll get to that the other thing is you know we all just worship these white founders and these white founders are just oh my gosh they're white they were rich they only cared about themselves how could thomas jefferson write all men are created equal when he knew that blacks were being enslaved well this is the this is an engraving from 1826 this is the um copy jefferson's own hand the first draft of the declaration of independence it is quite something if you've never heard me talk about this buckle up you're in for a surprise what's really crazy about this is it's just like now if you're editing somebody else's document you know how it comes out and says you know john just edited this and put this line in that's what this says except it's in quill pin here it says b franklin and it shows what he changed in his own handwriting this is jay adams and what he changed what struck me about this was in the usurpations part just a quick update the the declaration of independence all you have to know is it's a great breakup letter that's that's really it's it's a dear george letter you know you leave your underpants around it's it's really not me it is you um so that's the first thing but we did something different we started it with look you don't even know who we are we we believe in something entirely different than you so we start with that we hold these truths to be self-evident this is our mission statement this is what we say we're breaking away from you because we're going to create something that nobody has ever done before where people are at the head not the government not kings people are at the head and we believe that they have a right to succeed keep their success and fail and learn from that failure so the next section after the breakup and then saying you don't really know us here's who we are you never talk we never call you don't call us then we get to the usurpation part of the declaration of independence and the uscertation part is the and here's why you suck and it goes it's mainly everyone is just about one line but when i first purchased this i was looking at it upside down and i was using it for something else and i looked down and stu my partner on the radio said security so stu said to me thinking that i would have an answer which of course i did he said why are these two words down there capitalized and i was like i don't know it's upside down that first word that is printed is christian and it's underlined and the other one is men and it's the only word in four pages that's capitalized why so as they were saying 10 9 8 i said oh my gosh this is jefferson remember the guy who's an evil slave owner this is jefferson and he writes in here an entire paragraph about slavery and he says and then this so-called capitalized underlying christian king violates the most sacred of man's rights by taking people who have never offended him he takes them from one country he puts them on a boat where they're most likely going to die and then he puts capital letters these men on the auction block for sale he knew exactly what he was saying he he capitalized men because as you know it was controversial to say you were a man you can't say that about a slave jefferson did now why isn't this in the declaration of independence because if you remember right there are a few words that are capitalized at the very beginning and it is united states of america but in the final draft it says the unanimous declaration see before they wrote this jefferson wasn't even supposed to write it before they even wrote this john hancock stood up and he said all right guys remember noose around our neck we're all dead men we have to as ben franklin said hang together or we will hang separately so he knew the king is going to come in and he's going to find any differences and he's going to weasel in i mean does that sound familiar today and he's going to try to divide us any way he can so every word of this document i think should be unanimous everyone has to believe every word so when it went out of this racist nation how many of the 13 colonies voted against that two two that means eleven wanted to stop it right there two did not why is the entire country why is every founder labeled a horrible racist when 11 of all of the represent representated colonies 11 said stop it here's another question for the progressive left what they decided to do so they could hold everybody together was to start passing laws incrementally dismantling slavery like progressives that's what they did why why they'll ask us in a hundred years why didn't you stop abortion i'm doing everything i can there's a lot of us fighting against it right now if suddenly the world wakes up and goes you know what that is a baby in there it's not a 1956 buick like i thought it was when the world wakes up they will look at us our generation and say why didn't you stop it because the only way you can stop it is to start killing each other and i don't know how that ends that is the same position they were in do not moralize and tell me what our founders believe when the left doesn't even know our founding documents they don't know these men white supremacist oh i haven't even started yet let me just uh let me define for the left who the clan is this is one of the earliest clan hoods we can find uh you know you know what the clan was yes it was the enforcement arm of the democratic party kind of like antifa that is what it was it wasn't a group of people like you know what i don't have a political stake in this at all i don't care who you vote for it was democrats they started the clan they furthered the klan and they're still lying about it today all you you republicans oh you republicans you're trying to disenfranchise people you're trying to make sure that they don't vote oh you mean like in 1932 here the poll tax receipts that we have from the democratic party they were charging people to vote not all people of course just the people they didn't want to vote did i bring the oh yeah well here it is this is later i don't even know what she said uh this is uh this is from alabama i like this one this is the democratic primary uh schedule here you can choose but i'm sorry i left a word out it's the democratic white primary you see blacks blacks couldn't vote in the primary so you know if you wanted a black person on there you should have said something but you couldn't so we're just going to have all these white people on here and only white people can vote in the primary this was not republican this was the democrats and the democrats have not changed their spots how do i know well let's look at some of their heroes shall we this is origin of the species this is charles darwin anybody know the full name of the book origin of species another surprise origin of the species by means of natural selection or the preservation of favored races in the struggle for life oh well i always knew that most of my conservative friends found charles darwin to be wrong if not evil i didn't read the or part of the title this is the basis of almost everything that has happened in the 20th century and coming our way this codified this gave people like the klan the proof see science says it science says that they've got where yeah we heard that before gee believe science science tells us no no no this was codified and let me just go to another one of their heroes this is a great series of the history of the american people it's a multiple volume set my favorite is this one which is uh volume four i i'm uh i'm ignorant so i only look at the pictures this is amazing this is a history of the united states doesn't include a single black hero not one not one in the entire history of the united states it's crazy and in fact you know it has a picture where can i where's the camera can you pick this up look at how they define my gosh you've let yourself go to hell glenn zoom in a little closer can't you good god put the fork down from time to time coming can you come in closer not that one yo let's get a side shot of him good god man i'm not doing this for you ever again okay you can't see it but this is uh this is uh uh how black people are depicted and uh they're depicted in every single picture as half man half monkey author woodrow wilson i love you woodrow oh by the way did you read that 35 or 36 percent of americans only 36 percent of americans think that joe biden is actually in charge you know i wondered if the democrats you know were part of that you know they were like i don't think he was in charge but that would be a conspiracy theory of course unless you read my memoir by edith bowling wilson because she actually ran the white house and the president for the last 18 months of woodrow wilson's life because he was president had a stroke it was like she like sign this honey they've done it before am i gonna get canceled i just want you to know this was so hard to get through secret service they're like he's got a flint lock like it's a cap and ball actually i'm a violent extremist that only uses 1800 weapons we've got to get that weapon out of the hands of that madman well it would be the second time somebody did that this is one of the only seven guns that are in private hands the guns that were taken from the native americans by the united states government at wounded knee by the way look this up fun fact did you know the most decorated event in all of military us military history i mean forget about i don't know where they were pearl harbor or someplace in the flag forget about all that stuff there's marines in the building yes sir got it so forget about all that forget about world war ii forget about forget about all of the heroics more people received a congressional medal of honor at wounded knee than any other battle in american history isn't that weird in fact everyone received a medal a congress everyone that was there got a congressional medal of honor you know why it was bribery the government took arms from peaceful people in the middle of the night when the locals had it down somebody from the government came out in the middle of the night said you left those savages with weapons no they're going to give it to us in the morning everything is fine you go down there and get them before they kill us all they went down somebody panicked in the middle of the night could be us our side could be the native americans we don't know but it was a slaughter and it is disgraceful the the congressional medal of honor winners should band together and reject every single one those guys are dead reject every single medal and restore the honor to the congressional medal of honor so this is a book by george bernard shaw the guy who came up who he was the first guy who said no no he's a big hero to a lot of people oh they love him in the university he's a fantastic playwright also the guy who came up with the uh the gas chamber uh for people that you know we just don't have time for they're just they're eating more and consuming more than they produce and there must be some mechanism we could come up with that's george bernard shaw uh a hero of the left i'm trying to remember who who's the ones that are really off because i'm trying to the what they say is america can't can't come together we can't even save this country because the founders of this country were so evil well let's see who started the progressives uh we have woodrow wilson already covered him uh we have george bernard shaw uh i love of course who doesn't who doesn't love just it's like poetry if i if i may uh from pivot of civilization it's not hard to envision an ideal world where we have an iq patrol task force so to speak of specialists who carry out search and destroy missions go to houses when you see the most children this is because the first symptom of feeble-mindedness and degeneracy statistics clearly show the degenerate strains and feeble-minded have an abnormally high fertility rate don't be fooled by their family normal appearance who doesn't love a little margaret sanger in the morning let's see so she was there at the progressive era i'm just seeing a theme here we had woodrow wilson we had george bernard shaw oh and i love this um this is this is just a collection of people uh the dean of the college of law for usc uh the uh chair of the uh executive council at cal tech uh harvard poli-sci professors and two other professors from berkeley they put something together called the human betterment foundation i just want to i just want to tell you a little about the human betterment foundation um at stamford they had this crazy group of people who said you know what margaret sanger's right and that george bernard shaw guy he's got it going down too and we should take some of those progressive ideas and share them share them with the world who would like to hear who'd like to hear this around the world you know what 1936 how about those crazy cats over in germany i bet they'd love some of our progressive ideas so they went over in 1936 the human betterment foundation harvard stamford caltech all of them same group of people that are now preaching science to us now they said we've got to get rid of all of these degenerates so the nazis wrote back and i just want to quote what they wrote to the human betterment society you will be interested to know that your work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind hitler in this epic making program everywhere we sensed that your opinions uh have tremendously stimulated us your american thought and particularly the work of the human betterment foundation i want you my dear friend to have this thought with you for the rest of your life oh there's nothing i wish more to be true than this line my dear friend have this thought with you for the rest of your life that you have truly jolted into action a great government of 60 million people it was an american progressive idea the germans thought it was brilliant thought george bernard shawn margaret sanger those are some good ideas but they just talk about them let's put it into practice by the way nazis national socialists so gosh i just don't think we're nazis because i'm not for socialism i'm not for killing a bunch of people oh wait a minute hang on but we're also anti-jewish no i guess we're not anti-jewish either we must be anti-something it's got to be anti-black this is the uh you ever tried to get fat hands like meat mints close enough this is the olympic torch jesse owens 1936 berlin we all know the story of jesse owens the man was incredible the man was fearless fearless we also know that he never met a nazi now i'm going somewhere with this so it's like the painting follow for a while when we went into gerbel's office gerbil was in gerbils was in charge of the olympics and he was in charge of everybody who met with adolf hitler now i can't prove that he met with adolf hitler but i can tell you that this is from the book that was in goebbels office the signatures of everyone all of the winners of the medals that met with adolf hitler and she there's jesse owen's signature so i don't say that he met with hitler but somebody went to him and said can you sign our fan book please the only reason why i bring this up is because um it's horrendous horrendous that he wouldn't that not jesse owens that hitler would turn his back on a guy just because of his color but there was somebody else that did that too could you bring in the next artifact please this is crazy because there was somebody else that did it too and uh do we have that artifact here it is this is my daughter mary she's not the artifact [Applause] thank you sweetheart this is the chair that was uh owned by fdr this is the chair that he had i don't know if he died in it i think he died on somebody if you know what i mean um but this is the chair that he was using the day he died you know what's crazy is he didn't meet with jesse owens either he didn't even call jesse owens he didn't even have somebody come out from the oval office and go to jesse owens and go hey could you sign this on the side we're big fans so wait a minute here's another progressive icon that wouldn't even meet with jesse owens and you know what's more because anti-jewish we know that uh we know the asian where is the oh yeah while he was in that chair he also came up with this tell me who's anti-asian is it the republicans that fought against this or is it the guy who was in this wheelchair who the pentagon said there are no problems with the japanese in the west you don't you don't have to round them up that's a bad idea and he used that and something that woodrow wilson hide called black tom the black tom event in in 1916 or 15 he hid that that event was hidden it was an actual terrorist attack on our soil by the the germans but woodrow wilson was running for re-election and we're not going to war trust me we won't go to war we had a german terrorist blow actually pierced the the chest of the statue of liberty we think that's just capitalist that did that it was capitalists that did that they didn't care about their workers they had no control over all of those ammunitions and and it just all blew up no no as woodrow as franklin said benjamin not benjamin franklin uh as he said in 1941 we now know that that was a german spy plotti

http://facebook.com/BlazeMedia[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] welcome to texas thank you thank you thank you very much thank you please thank you we have a lot to go through tonight uh this is going to be fun by the way my pronouns are exactly what they've always been uh i got up this morning and as matt will tell you last night we we spoke and he said have you written your speech yet and i went nah um i don't i don't usually write speeches i just uh i just go with what i'm feeling uh at the time and this morning i got up grumpy uh so this speech has a little grumpiness to it because i am sick and tired of the lies that are constantly coming at us i am tired of it i think you are too so we're gonna set the record straight and i brought a lot of stuff from uh our vaults uh at mercury i have a charity uh called mercury one we do we do a lot of uh we do a lot of uh humanitarian care we have uh moved fed and sheltered over a hundred thousand christians and yezidis in the middle east um yeah one of the other things we do and we're gonna you will understand this uh in the coming months um we are beginning to teach history where dennis prager has done such a great job he's getting people to look at the the issues um with experts we are collecting all of the documents all of the pieces of history so we can show you in their own words this is exactly what happened we have now over 120 000 founding documents we are only surpassed by the national archives in the library of congress and its home is here in dallas texas so let me bring out can you bring out the uh first artifact please i just purchased this the week that everybody was freaking out about aunt jemima and don't get me started on the cream of wheat guy oh my gosh racists i want to show you how misleading history can be this at one point hung in some of the most important galleries uh in america this is a homer a winslow homer it is he is one of america's greatest painters and when you look at it if cnn were here they would be like bloodbath is showing slavery they're now for slavery why would i bring this well this i purchased at an extraordinarily low price because no one wanted it that week but homer was an abolitionist why would he paint this glorifying no this was actually painted for the 10th anniversary of freeing the slaves the 10th anniversary and homer knew that this was that reconstruction everything that was going on it wasn't enough it wasn't really freeing people yet so he painted this painting of a woman he went down south to paint it he painted the woman in the cotton fields she is below the horizon she is looking down she's still trapped in the same place she may be free but she doesn't know what else to do her daughter above the horizon is looking out towards the future but she's still in the fields as well the reason why i wanted to bring this out to show you is there's a lot of stuff on history that if you just look at it you're going to get a completely different indication you're going to walk away with an impression that is not true this is why our history is being dumbed down and edited and taught in little sound bites because when you have the full picture then you can digest it and understand so thank you let me give you a quick synopsis of who we are and i'd like to take down this is my pissed off part of the morning white guilt you are nothing but a bunch of ignorant imbeciles white supremacists you're a racist you're anti-jewish you know anti-asian anti-native american you're a nazi you're a fascist you you live on stolen land you're anti-government that's a weird one you're a conspiracy theorist and violent extremists look at you i see i see you over there yeah i know you look like a sweet grandmother but i know you're packing heat and you'd cut them down so let's talk about american history and let's start with slavery no matter what you say slavery was worse than you can imagine worse than you can imagine this is filled with rocks if you were a runner they'd know exactly where you were there was no hiding this you wore as a punishment up to a month if you didn't behave you wore it around your neck imagine sleeping it's worse than you think it was but now let's give a little perspective i brought some pesky little facts with me i love you too i know chicks dig me but i'm happily married it happens to me everywhere i go oh yes and i smell like a hostess twinkie slavery and racism have affected every single nation on the planet primary prior to the arrival of any european in america fact number one 20 to 40 percent of indigenous people were enslaved by other indigenous people placing them on par with the slave empires of ancient rome or greece that's a fact suck it cnn during the transatlantic slave trade from 1501 to 1875 12.7 million americans or africans were involuntarily enslaved carried from africa to other parts of the world of these other parts of the world approximately 5.8 million slaves were portuguese holdings they went to portugal and portuguese holdings 26 of the slaves went to english 11 french eight percent went to spanish holdings four percent to dutch only 2.4 percent were in of the enslaved africans were brought to the united states we were not the worst yes we engaged in it as well did the rest of the world do you know that there were 12 million slaves at the time there are 40 million slaves today what are we arguing about 400 years ago let's free people today by the way by the way mercury one just purchased the largest collection of documents and artifacts from the pilgrims and jamestown it's the largest collection in the world oh 1619 project we're coming for you the first african-american slaves arrived in virginia what year 1619 let's reimagine history or not they were not slaves they were indentured servants you can argue back and forth slavery slavery indentured servants it can be horrible yadda yadda but let's be accurate because they say that that is the first time that uh slaves came here in america and um actually it's not true the second slave ship to arrive anybody know where it arrived plymouth yes plymouth 1646 what happened to that slave ship oh yeah no they didn't send them back no no no they did not send them back what they did is they freed all the slaves and the slave owners and the slave ship captain they put in jail for human stealing that was america that is the pilgrims you can say we started in jamestown a lot of people want to have that argument we didn't start in jamestown we don't have a thanksgiving where we celebrate those people that actually turned into cannibals we did not celebrate those we celebrate massachusetts and the pilgrims in plymouth who were anti-slavery the whole time by the way anybody the first documented slave in america does anybody know who it was first documented slave happened in virginia and it happened in 1653 and the owner was uh anthony johnson he had somebody who was an indentured servant it means they paid for your way over and then you work up work off that debt and you go free well he didn't think that guy worked hard enough and so he went to court and he convinced a court in virginia that that man didn't work hard enough and i should own him for the rest of his life that is the first slave in america it was an african-american slave the funny thing is anthony johnson was also an african-american the first black official black slave was owned by a black man because because early slave laws in america allowed the ownership of whites in addition to black and indian slaves whites were also enslaved in the united states globally up to the 16th century there were more documented uh white slaves in the old world than there was in the new world of black slaves you see slavery is not about race it's about getting your thumb over somebody and if you happen to be the population that is a evil b you want to control somebody else you'll put your thumb on them you can classify them as jews blacks people with blonde hair people with black hair it doesn't matter when man wants to enslave somebody he will enslave something americans hear me and start saying this slavery is not about racism slavery is not about america slavery is a human condition it's a human condition that needs to be worked on at all times racism is a human condition by the way uh uh one more fact here that just is pesky and it's got to get it off of my desk here new england new england was the first major region in the world to abolish slavery pennsylvania massachusetts began doing so in 1780 connecticut and rhode island in 1784 new hampshire 1792 vermont 1793 new york 1799 new jersey 1804. now why is that important because the one that gets credit for being the first country is great britain and they did it 30 years 30 years after new england did it we were the first in the world we're also the only people that had white people killing white people to free black people five hundred thousand americans died for freedom and not because not because anybody felt anything personal maybe they did but the people who fought and died they believed in a higher ideal they believed even though it was very complex at the time because it was a new thought that all men are created equal that's why we fought and died that's why we carry on today that's what the republican party should be all about today we all are created equal and endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights stand for those rights that is our unum that will unite us by the way by the way you can you can call me at any time and we'll give you all of the names there's hundreds of them that are first black americans these are the first black americans uh to serve in the house of representatives did you did were you taught this in school because i wasn't taught any of these names in school i wonder i wonder why oh we'll get to that the other thing is you know we all just worship these white founders and these white founders are just oh my gosh they're white they were rich they only cared about themselves how could thomas jefferson write all men are created equal when he knew that blacks were being enslaved well this is the this is an engraving from 1826 this is the um copy jefferson's own hand the first draft of the declaration of independence it is quite something if you've never heard me talk about this buckle up you're in for a surprise what's really crazy about this is it's just like now if you're editing somebody else's document you know how it comes out and says you know john just edited this and put this line in that's what this says except it's in quill pin here it says b franklin and it shows what he changed in his own handwriting this is jay adams and what he changed what struck me about this was in the usurpations part just a quick update the the declaration of independence all you have to know is it's a great breakup letter that's that's really it's it's a dear george letter you know you leave your underpants around it's it's really not me it is you um so that's the first thing but we did something different we started it with look you don't even know who we are we we believe in something entirely different than you so we start with that we hold these truths to be self-evident this is our mission statement this is what we say we're breaking away from you because we're going to create something that nobody has ever done before where people are at the head not the government not kings people are at the head and we believe that they have a right to succeed keep their success and fail and learn from that failure so the next section after the breakup and then saying you don't really know us here's who we are you never talk we never call you don't call us then we get to the usurpation part of the declaration of independence and the uscertation part is the and here's why you suck and it goes it's mainly everyone is just about one line but when i first purchased this i was looking at it upside down and i was using it for something else and i looked down and stu my partner on the radio said security so stu said to me thinking that i would have an answer which of course i did he said why are these two words down there capitalized and i was like i don't know it's upside down that first word that is printed is christian and it's underlined and the other one is men and it's the only word in four pages that's capitalized why so as they were saying 10 9 8 i said oh my gosh this is jefferson remember the guy who's an evil slave owner this is jefferson and he writes in here an entire paragraph about slavery and he says and then this so-called capitalized underlying christian king violates the most sacred of man's rights by taking people who have never offended him he takes them from one country he puts them on a boat where they're most likely going to die and then he puts capital letters these men on the auction block for sale he knew exactly what he was saying he he capitalized men because as you know it was controversial to say you were a man you can't say that about a slave jefferson did now why isn't this in the declaration of independence because if you remember right there are a few words that are capitalized at the very beginning and it is united states of america but in the final draft it says the unanimous declaration see before they wrote this jefferson wasn't even supposed to write it before they even wrote this john hancock stood up and he said all right guys remember noose around our neck we're all dead men we have to as ben franklin said hang together or we will hang separately so he knew the king is going to come in and he's going to find any differences and he's going to weasel in i mean does that sound familiar today and he's going to try to divide us any way he can so every word of this document i think should be unanimous everyone has to believe every word so when it went out of this racist nation how many of the 13 colonies voted against that two two that means eleven wanted to stop it right there two did not why is the entire country why is every founder labeled a horrible racist when 11 of all of the represent representated colonies 11 said stop it here's another question for the progressive left what they decided to do so they could hold everybody together was to start passing laws incrementally dismantling slavery like progressives that's what they did why why they'll ask us in a hundred years why didn't you stop abortion i'm doing everything i can there's a lot of us fighting against it right now if suddenly the world wakes up and goes you know what that is a baby in there it's not a 1956 buick like i thought it was when the world wakes up they will look at us our generation and say why didn't you stop it because the only way you can stop it is to start killing each other and i don't know how that ends that is the same position they were in do not moralize and tell me what our founders believe when the left doesn't even know our founding documents they don't know these men white supremacist oh i haven't even started yet let me just uh let me define for the left who the clan is this is one of the earliest clan hoods we can find uh you know you know what the clan was yes it was the enforcement arm of the democratic party kind of like antifa that is what it was it wasn't a group of people like you know what i don't have a political stake in this at all i don't care who you vote for it was democrats they started the clan they furthered the klan and they're still lying about it today all you you republicans oh you republicans you're trying to disenfranchise people you're trying to make sure that they don't vote oh you mean like in 1932 here the poll tax receipts that we have from the democratic party they were charging people to vote not all people of course just the people they didn't want to vote did i bring the oh yeah well here it is this is later i don't even know what she said uh this is uh this is from alabama i like this one this is the democratic primary uh schedule here you can choose but i'm sorry i left a word out it's the democratic white primary you see blacks blacks couldn't vote in the primary so you know if you wanted a black person on there you should have said something but you couldn't so we're just going to have all these white people on here and only white people can vote in the primary this was not republican this was the democrats and the democrats have not changed their spots how do i know well let's look at some of their heroes shall we this is origin of the species this is charles darwin anybody know the full name of the book origin of species another surprise origin of the species by means of natural selection or the preservation of favored races in the struggle for life oh well i always knew that most of my conservative friends found charles darwin to be wrong if not evil i didn't read the or part of the title this is the basis of almost everything that has happened in the 20th century and coming our way this codified this gave people like the klan the proof see science says it science says that they've got where yeah we heard that before gee believe science science tells us no no no this was codified and let me just go to another one of their heroes this is a great series of the history of the american people it's a multiple volume set my favorite is this one which is uh volume four i i'm uh i'm ignorant so i only look at the pictures this is amazing this is a history of the united states doesn't include a single black hero not one not one in the entire history of the united states it's crazy and in fact you know it has a picture where can i where's the camera can you pick this up look at how they define my gosh you've let yourself go to hell glenn zoom in a little closer can't you good god put the fork down from time to time coming can you come in closer not that one yo let's get a side shot of him good god man i'm not doing this for you ever again okay you can't see it but this is uh this is uh uh how black people are depicted and uh they're depicted in every single picture as half man half monkey author woodrow wilson i love you woodrow oh by the way did you read that 35 or 36 percent of americans only 36 percent of americans think that joe biden is actually in charge you know i wondered if the democrats you know were part of that you know they were like i don't think he was in charge but that would be a conspiracy theory of course unless you read my memoir by edith bowling wilson because she actually ran the white house and the president for the last 18 months of woodrow wilson's life because he was president had a stroke it was like she like sign this honey they've done it before am i gonna get canceled i just want you to know this was so hard to get through secret service they're like he's got a flint lock like it's a cap and ball actually i'm a violent extremist that only uses 1800 weapons we've got to get that weapon out of the hands of that madman well it would be the second time somebody did that this is one of the only seven guns that are in private hands the guns that were taken from the native americans by the united states government at wounded knee by the way look this up fun fact did you know the most decorated event in all of military us military history i mean forget about i don't know where they were pearl harbor or someplace in the flag forget about all that stuff there's marines in the building yes sir got it so forget about all that forget about world war ii forget about forget about all of the heroics more people received a congressional medal of honor at wounded knee than any other battle in american history isn't that weird in fact everyone received a medal a congress everyone that was there got a congressional medal of honor you know why it was bribery the government took arms from peaceful people in the middle of the night when the locals had it down somebody from the government came out in the middle of the night said you left those savages with weapons no they're going to give it to us in the morning everything is fine you go down there and get them before they kill us all they went down somebody panicked in the middle of the night could be us our side could be the native americans we don't know but it was a slaughter and it is disgraceful the the congressional medal of honor winners should band together and reject every single one those guys are dead reject every single medal and restore the honor to the congressional medal of honor so this is a book by george bernard shaw the guy who came up who he was the first guy who said no no he's a big hero to a lot of people oh they love him in the university he's a fantastic playwright also the guy who came up with the uh the gas chamber uh for people that you know we just don't have time for they're just they're eating more and consuming more than they produce and there must be some mechanism we could come up with that's george bernard shaw uh a hero of the left i'm trying to remember who who's the ones that are really off because i'm trying to the what they say is america can't can't come together we can't even save this country because the founders of this country were so evil well let's see who started the progressives uh we have woodrow wilson already covered him uh we have george bernard shaw uh i love of course who doesn't who doesn't love just it's like poetry if i if i may uh from pivot of civilization it's not hard to envision an ideal world where we have an iq patrol task force so to speak of specialists who carry out search and destroy missions go to houses when you see the most children this is because the first symptom of feeble-mindedness and degeneracy statistics clearly show the degenerate strains and feeble-minded have an abnormally high fertility rate don't be fooled by their family normal appearance who doesn't love a little margaret sanger in the morning let's see so she was there at the progressive era i'm just seeing a theme here we had woodrow wilson we had george bernard shaw oh and i love this um this is this is just a collection of people uh the dean of the college of law for usc uh the uh chair of the uh executive council at cal tech uh harvard poli-sci professors and two other professors from berkeley they put something together called the human betterment foundation i just want to i just want to tell you a little about the human betterment foundation um at stamford they had this crazy group of people who said you know what margaret sanger's right and that george bernard shaw guy he's got it going down too and we should take some of those progressive ideas and share them share them with the world who would like to hear who'd like to hear this around the world you know what 1936 how about those crazy cats over in germany i bet they'd love some of our progressive ideas so they went over in 1936 the human betterment foundation harvard stamford caltech all of them same group of people that are now preaching science to us now they said we've got to get rid of all of these degenerates so the nazis wrote back and i just want to quote what they wrote to the human betterment society you will be interested to know that your work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind hitler in this epic making program everywhere we sensed that your opinions uh have tremendously stimulated us your american thought and particularly the work of the human betterment foundation i want you my dear friend to have this thought with you for the rest of your life oh there's nothing i wish more to be true than this line my dear friend have this thought with you for the rest of your life that you have truly jolted into action a great government of 60 million people it was an american progressive idea the germans thought it was brilliant thought george bernard shawn margaret sanger those are some good ideas but they just talk about them let's put it into practice by the way nazis national socialists so gosh i just don't think we're nazis because i'm not for socialism i'm not for killing a bunch of people oh wait a minute hang on but we're also anti-jewish no i guess we're not anti-jewish either we must be anti-something it's got to be anti-black this is the uh you ever tried to get fat hands like meat mints close enough this is the olympic torch jesse owens 1936 berlin we all know the story of jesse owens the man was incredible the man was fearless fearless we also know that he never met a nazi now i'm going somewhere with this so it's like the painting follow for a while when we went into gerbel's office gerbil was in gerbils was in charge of the olympics and he was in charge of everybody who met with adolf hitler now i can't prove that he met with adolf hitler but i can tell you that this is from the book that was in goebbels office the signatures of everyone all of the winners of the medals that met with adolf hitler and she there's jesse owen's signature so i don't say that he met with hitler but somebody went to him and said can you sign our fan book please the only reason why i bring this up is because um it's horrendous horrendous that he wouldn't that not jesse owens that hitler would turn his back on a guy just because of his color but there was somebody else that did that too could you bring in the next artifact please this is crazy because there was somebody else that did it too and uh do we have that artifact here it is this is my daughter mary she's not the artifact [Applause] thank you sweetheart this is the chair that was uh owned by fdr this is the chair that he had i don't know if he died in it i think he died on somebody if you know what i mean um but this is the chair that he was using the day he died you know what's crazy is he didn't meet with jesse owens either he didn't even call jesse owens he didn't even have somebody come out from the oval office and go to jesse owens and go hey could you sign this on the side we're big fans so wait a minute here's another progressive icon that wouldn't even meet with jesse owens and you know what's more because anti-jewish we know that uh we know the asian where is the oh yeah while he was in that chair he also came up with this tell me who's anti-asian is it the republicans that fought against this or is it the guy who was in this wheelchair who the pentagon said there are no problems with the japanese in the west you don't you don't have to round them up that's a bad idea and he used that and something that woodrow wilson hide called black tom the black tom event in in 1916 or 15 he hid that that event was hidden it was an actual terrorist attack on our soil by the the germans but woodrow wilson was running for re-election and we're not going to war trust me we won't go to war we had a german terrorist blow actually pierced the the chest of the statue of liberty we think that's just capitalist that did that it was capitalists that did that they didn't care about their workers they had no control over all of those ammunitions and and it just all blew up no no as woodrow as franklin said benjamin not benjamin franklin uh as he said in 1941 we now know that that was a german spy plotti

http://facebook.com/BlazeMedia[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] welcome to texas thank you thank you thank you very much thank you please thank you we have a lot to go through tonight uh this is going to be fun by the way my pronouns are exactly what they've always been uh i got up this morning and as matt will tell you last night we we spoke and he said have you written your speech yet and i went nah um i don't i don't usually write speeches i just uh i just go with what i'm feeling uh at the time and this morning i got up grumpy uh so this speech has a little grumpiness to it because i am sick and tired of the lies that are constantly coming at us i am tired of it i think you are too so we're gonna set the record straight and i brought a lot of stuff from uh our vaults uh at mercury i have a charity uh called mercury one we do we do a lot of uh we do a lot of uh humanitarian care we have uh moved fed and sheltered over a hundred thousand christians and yezidis in the middle east um yeah one of the other things we do and we're gonna you will understand this uh in the coming months um we are beginning to teach history where dennis prager has done such a great job he's getting people to look at the the issues um with experts we are collecting all of the documents all of the pieces of history so we can show you in their own words this is exactly what happened we have now over 120 000 founding documents we are only surpassed by the national archives in the library of congress and its home is here in dallas texas so let me bring out can you bring out the uh first artifact please i just purchased this the week that everybody was freaking out about aunt jemima and don't get me started on the cream of wheat guy oh my gosh racists i want to show you how misleading history can be this at one point hung in some of the most important galleries uh in america this is a homer a winslow homer it is he is one of america's greatest painters and when you look at it if cnn were here they would be like bloodbath is showing slavery they're now for slavery why would i bring this well this i purchased at an extraordinarily low price because no one wanted it that week but homer was an abolitionist why would he paint this glorifying no this was actually painted for the 10th anniversary of freeing the slaves the 10th anniversary and homer knew that this was that reconstruction everything that was going on it wasn't enough it wasn't really freeing people yet so he painted this painting of a woman he went down south to paint it he painted the woman in the cotton fields she is below the horizon she is looking down she's still trapped in the same place she may be free but she doesn't know what else to do her daughter above the horizon is looking out towards the future but she's still in the fields as well the reason why i wanted to bring this out to show you is there's a lot of stuff on history that if you just look at it you're going to get a completely different indication you're going to walk away with an impression that is not true this is why our history is being dumbed down and edited and taught in little sound bites because when you have the full picture then you can digest it and understand so thank you let me give you a quick synopsis of who we are and i'd like to take down this is my pissed off part of the morning white guilt you are nothing but a bunch of ignorant imbeciles white supremacists you're a racist you're anti-jewish you know anti-asian anti-native american you're a nazi you're a fascist you you live on stolen land you're anti-government that's a weird one you're a conspiracy theorist and violent extremists look at you i see i see you over there yeah i know you look like a sweet grandmother but i know you're packing heat and you'd cut them down so let's talk about american history and let's start with slavery no matter what you say slavery was worse than you can imagine worse than you can imagine this is filled with rocks if you were a runner they'd know exactly where you were there was no hiding this you wore as a punishment up to a month if you didn't behave you wore it around your neck imagine sleeping it's worse than you think it was but now let's give a little perspective i brought some pesky little facts with me i love you too i know chicks dig me but i'm happily married it happens to me everywhere i go oh yes and i smell like a hostess twinkie slavery and racism have affected every single nation on the planet primary prior to the arrival of any european in america fact number one 20 to 40 percent of indigenous people were enslaved by other indigenous people placing them on par with the slave empires of ancient rome or greece that's a fact suck it cnn during the transatlantic slave trade from 1501 to 1875 12.7 million americans or africans were involuntarily enslaved carried from africa to other parts of the world of these other parts of the world approximately 5.8 million slaves were portuguese holdings they went to portugal and portuguese holdings 26 of the slaves went to english 11 french eight percent went to spanish holdings four percent to dutch only 2.4 percent were in of the enslaved africans were brought to the united states we were not the worst yes we engaged in it as well did the rest of the world do you know that there were 12 million slaves at the time there are 40 million slaves today what are we arguing about 400 years ago let's free people today by the way by the way mercury one just purchased the largest collection of documents and artifacts from the pilgrims and jamestown it's the largest collection in the world oh 1619 project we're coming for you the first african-american slaves arrived in virginia what year 1619 let's reimagine history or not they were not slaves they were indentured servants you can argue back and forth slavery slavery indentured servants it can be horrible yadda yadda but let's be accurate because they say that that is the first time that uh slaves came here in america and um actually it's not true the second slave ship to arrive anybody know where it arrived plymouth yes plymouth 1646 what happened to that slave ship oh yeah no they didn't send them back no no no they did not send them back what they did is they freed all the slaves and the slave owners and the slave ship captain they put in jail for human stealing that was america that is the pilgrims you can say we started in jamestown a lot of people want to have that argument we didn't start in jamestown we don't have a thanksgiving where we celebrate those people that actually turned into cannibals we did not celebrate those we celebrate massachusetts and the pilgrims in plymouth who were anti-slavery the whole time by the way anybody the first documented slave in america does anybody know who it was first documented slave happened in virginia and it happened in 1653 and the owner was uh anthony johnson he had somebody who was an indentured servant it means they paid for your way over and then you work up work off that debt and you go free well he didn't think that guy worked hard enough and so he went to court and he convinced a court in virginia that that man didn't work hard enough and i should own him for the rest of his life that is the first slave in america it was an african-american slave the funny thing is anthony johnson was also an african-american the first black official black slave was owned by a black man because because early slave laws in america allowed the ownership of whites in addition to black and indian slaves whites were also enslaved in the united states globally up to the 16th century there were more documented uh white slaves in the old world than there was in the new world of black slaves you see slavery is not about race it's about getting your thumb over somebody and if you happen to be the population that is a evil b you want to control somebody else you'll put your thumb on them you can classify them as jews blacks people with blonde hair people with black hair it doesn't matter when man wants to enslave somebody he will enslave something americans hear me and start saying this slavery is not about racism slavery is not about america slavery is a human condition it's a human condition that needs to be worked on at all times racism is a human condition by the way uh uh one more fact here that just is pesky and it's got to get it off of my desk here new england new england was the first major region in the world to abolish slavery pennsylvania massachusetts began doing so in 1780 connecticut and rhode island in 1784 new hampshire 1792 vermont 1793 new york 1799 new jersey 1804. now why is that important because the one that gets credit for being the first country is great britain and they did it 30 years 30 years after new england did it we were the first in the world we're also the only people that had white people killing white people to free black people five hundred thousand americans died for freedom and not because not because anybody felt anything personal maybe they did but the people who fought and died they believed in a higher ideal they believed even though it was very complex at the time because it was a new thought that all men are created equal that's why we fought and died that's why we carry on today that's what the republican party should be all about today we all are created equal and endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights stand for those rights that is our unum that will unite us by the way by the way you can you can call me at any time and we'll give you all of the names there's hundreds of them that are first black americans these are the first black americans uh to serve in the house of representatives did you did were you taught this in school because i wasn't taught any of these names in school i wonder i wonder why oh we'll get to that the other thing is you know we all just worship these white founders and these white founders are just oh my gosh they're white they were rich they only cared about themselves how could thomas jefferson write all men are created equal when he knew that blacks were being enslaved well this is the this is an engraving from 1826 this is the um copy jefferson's own hand the first draft of the declaration of independence it is quite something if you've never heard me talk about this buckle up you're in for a surprise what's really crazy about this is it's just like now if you're editing somebody else's document you know how it comes out and says you know john just edited this and put this line in that's what this says except it's in quill pin here it says b franklin and it shows what he changed in his own handwriting this is jay adams and what he changed what struck me about this was in the usurpations part just a quick update the the declaration of independence all you have to know is it's a great breakup letter that's that's really it's it's a dear george letter you know you leave your underpants around it's it's really not me it is you um so that's the first thing but we did something different we started it with look you don't even know who we are we we believe in something entirely different than you so we start with that we hold these truths to be self-evident this is our mission statement this is what we say we're breaking away from you because we're going to create something that nobody has ever done before where people are at the head not the government not kings people are at the head and we believe that they have a right to succeed keep their success and fail and learn from that failure so the next section after the breakup and then saying you don't really know us here's who we are you never talk we never call you don't call us then we get to the usurpation part of the declaration of independence and the uscertation part is the and here's why you suck and it goes it's mainly everyone is just about one line but when i first purchased this i was looking at it upside down and i was using it for something else and i looked down and stu my partner on the radio said security so stu said to me thinking that i would have an answer which of course i did he said why are these two words down there capitalized and i was like i don't know it's upside down that first word that is printed is christian and it's underlined and the other one is men and it's the only word in four pages that's capitalized why so as they were saying 10 9 8 i said oh my gosh this is jefferson remember the guy who's an evil slave owner this is jefferson and he writes in here an entire paragraph about slavery and he says and then this so-called capitalized underlying christian king violates the most sacred of man's rights by taking people who have never offended him he takes them from one country he puts them on a boat where they're most likely going to die and then he puts capital letters these men on the auction block for sale he knew exactly what he was saying he he capitalized men because as you know it was controversial to say you were a man you can't say that about a slave jefferson did now why isn't this in the declaration of independence because if you remember right there are a few words that are capitalized at the very beginning and it is united states of america but in the final draft it says the unanimous declaration see before they wrote this jefferson wasn't even supposed to write it before they even wrote this john hancock stood up and he said all right guys remember noose around our neck we're all dead men we have to as ben franklin said hang together or we will hang separately so he knew the king is going to come in and he's going to find any differences and he's going to weasel in i mean does that sound familiar today and he's going to try to divide us any way he can so every word of this document i think should be unanimous everyone has to believe every word so when it went out of this racist nation how many of the 13 colonies voted against that two two that means eleven wanted to stop it right there two did not why is the entire country why is every founder labeled a horrible racist when 11 of all of the represent representated colonies 11 said stop it here's another question for the progressive left what they decided to do so they could hold everybody together was to start passing laws incrementally dismantling slavery like progressives that's what they did why why they'll ask us in a hundred years why didn't you stop abortion i'm doing everything i can there's a lot of us fighting against it right now if suddenly the world wakes up and goes you know what that is a baby in there it's not a 1956 buick like i thought it was when the world wakes up they will look at us our generation and say why didn't you stop it because the only way you can stop it is to start killing each other and i don't know how that ends that is the same position they were in do not moralize and tell me what our founders believe when the left doesn't even know our founding documents they don't know these men white supremacist oh i haven't even started yet let me just uh let me define for the left who the clan is this is one of the earliest clan hoods we can find uh you know you know what the clan was yes it was the enforcement arm of the democratic party kind of like antifa that is what it was it wasn't a group of people like you know what i don't have a political stake in this at all i don't care who you vote for it was democrats they started the clan they furthered the klan and they're still lying about it today all you you republicans oh you republicans you're trying to disenfranchise people you're trying to make sure that they don't vote oh you mean like in 1932 here the poll tax receipts that we have from the democratic party they were charging people to vote not all people of course just the people they didn't want to vote did i bring the oh yeah well here it is this is later i don't even know what she said uh this is uh this is from alabama i like this one this is the democratic primary uh schedule here you can choose but i'm sorry i left a word out it's the democratic white primary you see blacks blacks couldn't vote in the primary so you know if you wanted a black person on there you should have said something but you couldn't so we're just going to have all these white people on here and only white people can vote in the primary this was not republican this was the democrats and the democrats have not changed their spots how do i know well let's look at some of their heroes shall we this is origin of the species this is charles darwin anybody know the full name of the book origin of species another surprise origin of the species by means of natural selection or the preservation of favored races in the struggle for life oh well i always knew that most of my conservative friends found charles darwin to be wrong if not evil i didn't read the or part of the title this is the basis of almost everything that has happened in the 20th century and coming our way this codified this gave people like the klan the proof see science says it science says that they've got where yeah we heard that before gee believe science science tells us no no no this was codified and let me just go to another one of their heroes this is a great series of the history of the american people it's a multiple volume set my favorite is this one which is uh volume four i i'm uh i'm ignorant so i only look at the pictures this is amazing this is a history of the united states doesn't include a single black hero not one not one in the entire history of the united states it's crazy and in fact you know it has a picture where can i where's the camera can you pick this up look at how they define my gosh you've let yourself go to hell glenn zoom in a little closer can't you good god put the fork down from time to time coming can you come in closer not that one yo let's get a side shot of him good god man i'm not doing this for you ever again okay you can't see it but this is uh this is uh uh how black people are depicted and uh they're depicted in every single picture as half man half monkey author woodrow wilson i love you woodrow oh by the way did you read that 35 or 36 percent of americans only 36 percent of americans think that joe biden is actually in charge you know i wondered if the democrats you know were part of that you know they were like i don't think he was in charge but that would be a conspiracy theory of course unless you read my memoir by edith bowling wilson because she actually ran the white house and the president for the last 18 months of woodrow wilson's life because he was president had a stroke it was like she like sign this honey they've done it before am i gonna get canceled i just want you to know this was so hard to get through secret service they're like he's got a flint lock like it's a cap and ball actually i'm a violent extremist that only uses 1800 weapons we've got to get that weapon out of the hands of that madman well it would be the second time somebody did that this is one of the only seven guns that are in private hands the guns that were taken from the native americans by the united states government at wounded knee by the way look this up fun fact did you know the most decorated event in all of military us military history i mean forget about i don't know where they were pearl harbor or someplace in the flag forget about all that stuff there's marines in the building yes sir got it so forget about all that forget about world war ii forget about forget about all of the heroics more people received a congressional medal of honor at wounded knee than any other battle in american history isn't that weird in fact everyone received a medal a congress everyone that was there got a congressional medal of honor you know why it was bribery the government took arms from peaceful people in the middle of the night when the locals had it down somebody from the government came out in the middle of the night said you left those savages with weapons no they're going to give it to us in the morning everything is fine you go down there and get them before they kill us all they went down somebody panicked in the middle of the night could be us our side could be the native americans we don't know but it was a slaughter and it is disgraceful the the congressional medal of honor winners should band together and reject every single one those guys are dead reject every single medal and restore the honor to the congressional medal of honor so this is a book by george bernard shaw the guy who came up who he was the first guy who said no no he's a big hero to a lot of people oh they love him in the university he's a fantastic playwright also the guy who came up with the uh the gas chamber uh for people that you know we just don't have time for they're just they're eating more and consuming more than they produce and there must be some mechanism we could come up with that's george bernard shaw uh a hero of the left i'm trying to remember who who's the ones that are really off because i'm trying to the what they say is america can't can't come together we can't even save this country because the founders of this country were so evil well let's see who started the progressives uh we have woodrow wilson already covered him uh we have george bernard shaw uh i love of course who doesn't who doesn't love just it's like poetry if i if i may uh from pivot of civilization it's not hard to envision an ideal world where we have an iq patrol task force so to speak of specialists who carry out search and destroy missions go to houses when you see the most children this is because the first symptom of feeble-mindedness and degeneracy statistics clearly show the degenerate strains and feeble-minded have an abnormally high fertility rate don't be fooled by their family normal appearance who doesn't love a little margaret sanger in the morning let's see so she was there at the progressive era i'm just seeing a theme here we had woodrow wilson we had george bernard shaw oh and i love this um this is this is just a collection of people uh the dean of the college of law for usc uh the uh chair of the uh executive council at cal tech uh harvard poli-sci professors and two other professors from berkeley they put something together called the human betterment foundation i just want to i just want to tell you a little about the human betterment foundation um at stamford they had this crazy group of people who said you know what margaret sanger's right and that george bernard shaw guy he's got it going down too and we should take some of those progressive ideas and share them share them with the world who would like to hear who'd like to hear this around the world you know what 1936 how about those crazy cats over in germany i bet they'd love some of our progressive ideas so they went over in 1936 the human betterment foundation harvard stamford caltech all of them same group of people that are now preaching science to us now they said we've got to get rid of all of these degenerates so the nazis wrote back and i just want to quote what they wrote to the human betterment society you will be interested to know that your work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind hitler in this epic making program everywhere we sensed that your opinions uh have tremendously stimulated us your american thought and particularly the work of the human betterment foundation i want you my dear friend to have this thought with you for the rest of your life oh there's nothing i wish more to be true than this line my dear friend have this thought with you for the rest of your life that you have truly jolted into action a great government of 60 million people it was an american progressive idea the germans thought it was brilliant thought george bernard shawn margaret sanger those are some good ideas but they just talk about them let's put it into practice by the way nazis national socialists so gosh i just don't think we're nazis because i'm not for socialism i'm not for killing a bunch of people oh wait a minute hang on but we're also anti-jewish no i guess we're not anti-jewish either we must be anti-something it's got to be anti-black this is the uh you ever tried to get fat hands like meat mints close enough this is the olympic torch jesse owens 1936 berlin we all know the story of jesse owens the man was incredible the man was fearless fearless we also know that he never met a nazi now i'm going somewhere with this so it's like the painting follow for a while when we went into gerbel's office gerbil was in gerbils was in charge of the olympics and he was in charge of everybody who met with adolf hitler now i can't prove that he met with adolf hitler but i can tell you that this is from the book that was in goebbels office the signatures of everyone all of the winners of the medals that met with adolf hitler and she there's jesse owen's signature so i don't say that he met with hitler but somebody went to him and said can you sign our fan book please the only reason why i bring this up is because um it's horrendous horrendous that he wouldn't that not jesse owens that hitler would turn his back on a guy just because of his color but there was somebody else that did that too could you bring in the next artifact please this is crazy because there was somebody else that did it too and uh do we have that artifact here it is this is my daughter mary she's not the artifact [Applause] thank you sweetheart this is the chair that was uh owned by fdr this is the chair that he had i don't know if he died in it i think he died on somebody if you know what i mean um but this is the chair that he was using the day he died you know what's crazy is he didn't meet with jesse owens either he didn't even call jesse owens he didn't even have somebody come out from the oval office and go to jesse owens and go hey could you sign this on the side we're big fans so wait a minute here's another progressive icon that wouldn't even meet with jesse owens and you know what's more because anti-jewish we know that uh we know the asian where is the oh yeah while he was in that chair he also came up with this tell me who's anti-asian is it the republicans that fought against this or is it the guy who was in this wheelchair who the pentagon said there are no problems with the japanese in the west you don't you don't have to round them up that's a bad idea and he used that and something that woodrow wilson hide called black tom the black tom event in in 1916 or 15 he hid that that event was hidden it was an actual terrorist attack on our soil by the the germans but woodrow wilson was running for re-election and we're not going to war trust me we won't go to war we had a german terrorist blow actually pierced the the chest of the statue of liberty we think that's just capitalist that did that it was capitalists that did that they didn't care about their workers they had no control over all of those ammunitions and and it just all blew up no no as woodrow as franklin said benjamin not benjamin franklin uh as he said in 1941 we now know that that was a german spy plotti

Speaking at the 2021 Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas, Texas, Glenn Beck shares a treasure trove of rare artifacts and documents from the history vaults at Mercury One to debunk the leftist lies about slavery, racism, and the real history of America. WATCH more Glenn Beck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvpmbtvlMFQ

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http://facebook.com/BlazeMedia[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] welcome to texas thank you thank you thank you very much thank you please thank you we have a lot to go through tonight uh this is going to be fun by the way my pronouns are exactly what they've always been uh i got up this morning and as matt will tell you last night we we spoke and he said have you written your speech yet and i went nah um i don't i don't usually write speeches i just uh i just go with what i'm feeling uh at the time and this morning i got up grumpy uh so this speech has a little grumpiness to it because i am sick and tired of the lies that are constantly coming at us i am tired of it i think you are too so we're gonna set the record straight and i brought a lot of stuff from uh our vaults uh at mercury i have a charity uh called mercury one we do we do a lot of uh we do a lot of uh humanitarian care we have uh moved fed and sheltered over a hundred thousand christians and yezidis in the middle east um yeah one of the other things we do and we're gonna you will understand this uh in the coming months um we are beginning to teach history where dennis prager has done such a great job he's getting people to look at the the issues um with experts we are collecting all of the documents all of the pieces of history so we can show you in their own words this is exactly what happened we have now over 120 000 founding documents we are only surpassed by the national archives in the library of congress and its home is here in dallas texas so let me bring out can you bring out the uh first artifact please i just purchased this the week that everybody was freaking out about aunt jemima and don't get me started on the cream of wheat guy oh my gosh racists i want to show you how misleading history can be this at one point hung in some of the most important galleries uh in america this is a homer a winslow homer it is he is one of america's greatest painters and when you look at it if cnn were here they would be like bloodbath is showing slavery they're now for slavery why would i bring this well this i purchased at an extraordinarily low price because no one wanted it that week but homer was an abolitionist why would he paint this glorifying no this was actually painted for the 10th anniversary of freeing the slaves the 10th anniversary and homer knew that this was that reconstruction everything that was going on it wasn't enough it wasn't really freeing people yet so he painted this painting of a woman he went down south to paint it he painted the woman in the cotton fields she is below the horizon she is looking down she's still trapped in the same place she may be free but she doesn't know what else to do her daughter above the horizon is looking out towards the future but she's still in the fields as well the reason why i wanted to bring this out to show you is there's a lot of stuff on history that if you just look at it you're going to get a completely different indication you're going to walk away with an impression that is not true this is why our history is being dumbed down and edited and taught in little sound bites because when you have the full picture then you can digest it and understand so thank you let me give you a quick synopsis of who we are and i'd like to take down this is my pissed off part of the morning white guilt you are nothing but a bunch of ignorant imbeciles white supremacists you're a racist you're anti-jewish you know anti-asian anti-native american you're a nazi you're a fascist you you live on stolen land you're anti-government that's a weird one you're a conspiracy theorist and violent extremists look at you i see i see you over there yeah i know you look like a sweet grandmother but i know you're packing heat and you'd cut them down so let's talk about american history and let's start with slavery no matter what you say slavery was worse than you can imagine worse than you can imagine this is filled with rocks if you were a runner they'd know exactly where you were there was no hiding this you wore as a punishment up to a month if you didn't behave you wore it around your neck imagine sleeping it's worse than you think it was but now let's give a little perspective i brought some pesky little facts with me i love you too i know chicks dig me but i'm happily married it happens to me everywhere i go oh yes and i smell like a hostess twinkie slavery and racism have affected every single nation on the planet primary prior to the arrival of any european in america fact number one 20 to 40 percent of indigenous people were enslaved by other indigenous people placing them on par with the slave empires of ancient rome or greece that's a fact suck it cnn during the transatlantic slave trade from 1501 to 1875 12.7 million americans or africans were involuntarily enslaved carried from africa to other parts of the world of these other parts of the world approximately 5.8 million slaves were portuguese holdings they went to portugal and portuguese holdings 26 of the slaves went to english 11 french eight percent went to spanish holdings four percent to dutch only 2.4 percent were in of the enslaved africans were brought to the united states we were not the worst yes we engaged in it as well did the rest of the world do you know that there were 12 million slaves at the time there are 40 million slaves today what are we arguing about 400 years ago let's free people today by the way by the way mercury one just purchased the largest collection of documents and artifacts from the pilgrims and jamestown it's the largest collection in the world oh 1619 project we're coming for you the first african-american slaves arrived in virginia what year 1619 let's reimagine history or not they were not slaves they were indentured servants you can argue back and forth slavery slavery indentured servants it can be horrible yadda yadda but let's be accurate because they say that that is the first time that uh slaves came here in america and um actually it's not true the second slave ship to arrive anybody know where it arrived plymouth yes plymouth 1646 what happened to that slave ship oh yeah no they didn't send them back no no no they did not send them back what they did is they freed all the slaves and the slave owners and the slave ship captain they put in jail for human stealing that was america that is the pilgrims you can say we started in jamestown a lot of people want to have that argument we didn't start in jamestown we don't have a thanksgiving where we celebrate those people that actually turned into cannibals we did not celebrate those we celebrate massachusetts and the pilgrims in plymouth who were anti-slavery the whole time by the way anybody the first documented slave in america does anybody know who it was first documented slave happened in virginia and it happened in 1653 and the owner was uh anthony johnson he had somebody who was an indentured servant it means they paid for your way over and then you work up work off that debt and you go free well he didn't think that guy worked hard enough and so he went to court and he convinced a court in virginia that that man didn't work hard enough and i should own him for the rest of his life that is the first slave in america it was an african-american slave the funny thing is anthony johnson was also an african-american the first black official black slave was owned by a black man because because early slave laws in america allowed the ownership of whites in addition to black and indian slaves whites were also enslaved in the united states globally up to the 16th century there were more documented uh white slaves in the old world than there was in the new world of black slaves you see slavery is not about race it's about getting your thumb over somebody and if you happen to be the population that is a evil b you want to control somebody else you'll put your thumb on them you can classify them as jews blacks people with blonde hair people with black hair it doesn't matter when man wants to enslave somebody he will enslave something americans hear me and start saying this slavery is not about racism slavery is not about america slavery is a human condition it's a human condition that needs to be worked on at all times racism is a human condition by the way uh uh one more fact here that just is pesky and it's got to get it off of my desk here new england new england was the first major region in the world to abolish slavery pennsylvania massachusetts began doing so in 1780 connecticut and rhode island in 1784 new hampshire 1792 vermont 1793 new york 1799 new jersey 1804. now why is that important because the one that gets credit for being the first country is great britain and they did it 30 years 30 years after new england did it we were the first in the world we're also the only people that had white people killing white people to free black people five hundred thousand americans died for freedom and not because not because anybody felt anything personal maybe they did but the people who fought and died they believed in a higher ideal they believed even though it was very complex at the time because it was a new thought that all men are created equal that's why we fought and died that's why we carry on today that's what the republican party should be all about today we all are created equal and endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights stand for those rights that is our unum that will unite us by the way by the way you can you can call me at any time and we'll give you all of the names there's hundreds of them that are first black americans these are the first black americans uh to serve in the house of representatives did you did were you taught this in school because i wasn't taught any of these names in school i wonder i wonder why oh we'll get to that the other thing is you know we all just worship these white founders and these white founders are just oh my gosh they're white they were rich they only cared about themselves how could thomas jefferson write all men are created equal when he knew that blacks were being enslaved well this is the this is an engraving from 1826 this is the um copy jefferson's own hand the first draft of the declaration of independence it is quite something if you've never heard me talk about this buckle up you're in for a surprise what's really crazy about this is it's just like now if you're editing somebody else's document you know how it comes out and says you know john just edited this and put this line in that's what this says except it's in quill pin here it says b franklin and it shows what he changed in his own handwriting this is jay adams and what he changed what struck me about this was in the usurpations part just a quick update the the declaration of independence all you have to know is it's a great breakup letter that's that's really it's it's a dear george letter you know you leave your underpants around it's it's really not me it is you um so that's the first thing but we did something different we started it with look you don't even know who we are we we believe in something entirely different than you so we start with that we hold these truths to be self-evident this is our mission statement this is what we say we're breaking away from you because we're going to create something that nobody has ever done before where people are at the head not the government not kings people are at the head and we believe that they have a right to succeed keep their success and fail and learn from that failure so the next section after the breakup and then saying you don't really know us here's who we are you never talk we never call you don't call us then we get to the usurpation part of the declaration of independence and the uscertation part is the and here's why you suck and it goes it's mainly everyone is just about one line but when i first purchased this i was looking at it upside down and i was using it for something else and i looked down and stu my partner on the radio said security so stu said to me thinking that i would have an answer which of course i did he said why are these two words down there capitalized and i was like i don't know it's upside down that first word that is printed is christian and it's underlined and the other one is men and it's the only word in four pages that's capitalized why so as they were saying 10 9 8 i said oh my gosh this is jefferson remember the guy who's an evil slave owner this is jefferson and he writes in here an entire paragraph about slavery and he says and then this so-called capitalized underlying christian king violates the most sacred of man's rights by taking people who have never offended him he takes them from one country he puts them on a boat where they're most likely going to die and then he puts capital letters these men on the auction block for sale he knew exactly what he was saying he he capitalized men because as you know it was controversial to say you were a man you can't say that about a slave jefferson did now why isn't this in the declaration of independence because if you remember right there are a few words that are capitalized at the very beginning and it is united states of america but in the final draft it says the unanimous declaration see before they wrote this jefferson wasn't even supposed to write it before they even wrote this john hancock stood up and he said all right guys remember noose around our neck we're all dead men we have to as ben franklin said hang together or we will hang separately so he knew the king is going to come in and he's going to find any differences and he's going to weasel in i mean does that sound familiar today and he's going to try to divide us any way he can so every word of this document i think should be unanimous everyone has to believe every word so when it went out of this racist nation how many of the 13 colonies voted against that two two that means eleven wanted to stop it right there two did not why is the entire country why is every founder labeled a horrible racist when 11 of all of the represent representated colonies 11 said stop it here's another question for the progressive left what they decided to do so they could hold everybody together was to start passing laws incrementally dismantling slavery like progressives that's what they did why why they'll ask us in a hundred years why didn't you stop abortion i'm doing everything i can there's a lot of us fighting against it right now if suddenly the world wakes up and goes you know what that is a baby in there it's not a 1956 buick like i thought it was when the world wakes up they will look at us our generation and say why didn't you stop it because the only way you can stop it is to start killing each other and i don't know how that ends that is the same position they were in do not moralize and tell me what our founders believe when the left doesn't even know our founding documents they don't know these men white supremacist oh i haven't even started yet let me just uh let me define for the left who the clan is this is one of the earliest clan hoods we can find uh you know you know what the clan was yes it was the enforcement arm of the democratic party kind of like antifa that is what it was it wasn't a group of people like you know what i don't have a political stake in this at all i don't care who you vote for it was democrats they started the clan they furthered the klan and they're still lying about it today all you you republicans oh you republicans you're trying to disenfranchise people you're trying to make sure that they don't vote oh you mean like in 1932 here the poll tax receipts that we have from the democratic party they were charging people to vote not all people of course just the people they didn't want to vote did i bring the oh yeah well here it is this is later i don't even know what she said uh this is uh this is from alabama i like this one this is the democratic primary uh schedule here you can choose but i'm sorry i left a word out it's the democratic white primary you see blacks blacks couldn't vote in the primary so you know if you wanted a black person on there you should have said something but you couldn't so we're just going to have all these white people on here and only white people can vote in the primary this was not republican this was the democrats and the democrats have not changed their spots how do i know well let's look at some of their heroes shall we this is origin of the species this is charles darwin anybody know the full name of the book origin of species another surprise origin of the species by means of natural selection or the preservation of favored races in the struggle for life oh well i always knew that most of my conservative friends found charles darwin to be wrong if not evil i didn't read the or part of the title this is the basis of almost everything that has happened in the 20th century and coming our way this codified this gave people like the klan the proof see science says it science says that they've got where yeah we heard that before gee believe science science tells us no no no this was codified and let me just go to another one of their heroes this is a great series of the history of the american people it's a multiple volume set my favorite is this one which is uh volume four i i'm uh i'm ignorant so i only look at the pictures this is amazing this is a history of the united states doesn't include a single black hero not one not one in the entire history of the united states it's crazy and in fact you know it has a picture where can i where's the camera can you pick this up look at how they define my gosh you've let yourself go to hell glenn zoom in a little closer can't you good god put the fork down from time to time coming can you come in closer not that one yo let's get a side shot of him good god man i'm not doing this for you ever again okay you can't see it but this is uh this is uh uh how black people are depicted and uh they're depicted in every single picture as half man half monkey author woodrow wilson i love you woodrow oh by the way did you read that 35 or 36 percent of americans only 36 percent of americans think that joe biden is actually in charge you know i wondered if the democrats you know were part of that you know they were like i don't think he was in charge but that would be a conspiracy theory of course unless you read my memoir by edith bowling wilson because she actually ran the white house and the president for the last 18 months of woodrow wilson's life because he was president had a stroke it was like she like sign this honey they've done it before am i gonna get canceled i just want you to know this was so hard to get through secret service they're like he's got a flint lock like it's a cap and ball actually i'm a violent extremist that only uses 1800 weapons we've got to get that weapon out of the hands of that madman well it would be the second time somebody did that this is one of the only seven guns that are in private hands the guns that were taken from the native americans by the united states government at wounded knee by the way look this up fun fact did you know the most decorated event in all of military us military history i mean forget about i don't know where they were pearl harbor or someplace in the flag forget about all that stuff there's marines in the building yes sir got it so forget about all that forget about world war ii forget about forget about all of the heroics more people received a congressional medal of honor at wounded knee than any other battle in american history isn't that weird in fact everyone received a medal a congress everyone that was there got a congressional medal of honor you know why it was bribery the government took arms from peaceful people in the middle of the night when the locals had it down somebody from the government came out in the middle of the night said you left those savages with weapons no they're going to give it to us in the morning everything is fine you go down there and get them before they kill us all they went down somebody panicked in the middle of the night could be us our side could be the native americans we don't know but it was a slaughter and it is disgraceful the the congressional medal of honor winners should band together and reject every single one those guys are dead reject every single medal and restore the honor to the congressional medal of honor so this is a book by george bernard shaw the guy who came up who he was the first guy who said no no he's a big hero to a lot of people oh they love him in the university he's a fantastic playwright also the guy who came up with the uh the gas chamber uh for people that you know we just don't have time for they're just they're eating more and consuming more than they produce and there must be some mechanism we could come up with that's george bernard shaw uh a hero of the left i'm trying to remember who who's the ones that are really off because i'm trying to the what they say is america can't can't come together we can't even save this country because the founders of this country were so evil well let's see who started the progressives uh we have woodrow wilson already covered him uh we have george bernard shaw uh i love of course who doesn't who doesn't love just it's like poetry if i if i may uh from pivot of civilization it's not hard to envision an ideal world where we have an iq patrol task force so to speak of specialists who carry out search and destroy missions go to houses when you see the most children this is because the first symptom of feeble-mindedness and degeneracy statistics clearly show the degenerate strains and feeble-minded have an abnormally high fertility rate don't be fooled by their family normal appearance who doesn't love a little margaret sanger in the morning let's see so she was there at the progressive era i'm just seeing a theme here we had woodrow wilson we had george bernard shaw oh and i love this um this is this is just a collection of people uh the dean of the college of law for usc uh the uh chair of the uh executive council at cal tech uh harvard poli-sci professors and two other professors from berkeley they put something together called the human betterment foundation i just want to i just want to tell you a little about the human betterment foundation um at stamford they had this crazy group of people who said you know what margaret sanger's right and that george bernard shaw guy he's got it going down too and we should take some of those progressive ideas and share them share them with the world who would like to hear who'd like to hear this around the world you know what 1936 how about those crazy cats over in germany i bet they'd love some of our progressive ideas so they went over in 1936 the human betterment foundation harvard stamford caltech all of them same group of people that are now preaching science to us now they said we've got to get rid of all of these degenerates so the nazis wrote back and i just want to quote what they wrote to the human betterment society you will be interested to know that your work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind hitler in this epic making program everywhere we sensed that your opinions uh have tremendously stimulated us your american thought and particularly the work of the human betterment foundation i want you my dear friend to have this thought with you for the rest of your life oh there's nothing i wish more to be true than this line my dear friend have this thought with you for the rest of your life that you have truly jolted into action a great government of 60 million people it was an american progressive idea the germans thought it was brilliant thought george bernard shawn margaret sanger those are some good ideas but they just talk about them let's put it into practice by the way nazis national socialists so gosh i just don't think we're nazis because i'm not for socialism i'm not for killing a bunch of people oh wait a minute hang on but we're also anti-jewish no i guess we're not anti-jewish either we must be anti-something it's got to be anti-black this is the uh you ever tried to get fat hands like meat mints close enough this is the olympic torch jesse owens 1936 berlin we all know the story of jesse owens the man was incredible the man was fearless fearless we also know that he never met a nazi now i'm going somewhere with this so it's like the painting follow for a while when we went into gerbel's office gerbil was in gerbils was in charge of the olympics and he was in charge of everybody who met with adolf hitler now i can't prove that he met with adolf hitler but i can tell you that this is from the book that was in goebbels office the signatures of everyone all of the winners of the medals that met with adolf hitler and she there's jesse owen's signature so i don't say that he met with hitler but somebody went to him and said can you sign our fan book please the only reason why i bring this up is because um it's horrendous horrendous that he wouldn't that not jesse owens that hitler would turn his back on a guy just because of his color but there was somebody else that did that too could you bring in the next artifact please this is crazy because there was somebody else that did it too and uh do we have that artifact here it is this is my daughter mary she's not the artifact [Applause] thank you sweetheart this is the chair that was uh owned by fdr this is the chair that he had i don't know if he died in it i think he died on somebody if you know what i mean um but this is the chair that he was using the day he died you know what's crazy is he didn't meet with jesse owens either he didn't even call jesse owens he didn't even have somebody come out from the oval office and go to jesse owens and go hey could you sign this on the side we're big fans so wait a minute here's another progressive icon that wouldn't even meet with jesse owens and you know what's more because anti-jewish we know that uh we know the asian where is the oh yeah while he was in that chair he also came up with this tell me who's anti-asian is it the republicans that fought against this or is it the guy who was in this wheelchair who the pentagon said there are no problems with the japanese in the west you don't you don't have to round them up that's a bad idea and he used that and something that woodrow wilson hide called black tom the black tom event in in 1916 or 15 he hid that that event was hidden it was an actual terrorist attack on our soil by the the germans but woodrow wilson was running for re-election and we're not going to war trust me we won't go to war we had a german terrorist blow actually pierced the the chest of the statue of liberty we think that's just capitalist that did that it was capitalists that did that they didn't care about their workers they had no control over all of those ammunitions and and it just all blew up no no as woodrow as franklin said benjamin not benjamin franklin uh as he said in 1941 we now know that that was a german spy plotti

http://facebook.com/BlazeMedia[Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music] welcome to texas thank you thank you thank you very much thank you please thank you we have a lot to go through tonight uh this is going to be fun by the way my pronouns are exactly what they've always been uh i got up this morning and as matt will tell you last night we we spoke and he said have you written your speech yet and i went nah um i don't i don't usually write speeches i just uh i just go with what i'm feeling uh at the time and this morning i got up grumpy uh so this speech has a little grumpiness to it because i am sick and tired of the lies that are constantly coming at us i am tired of it i think you are too so we're gonna set the record straight and i brought a lot of stuff from uh our vaults uh at mercury i have a charity uh called mercury one we do we do a lot of uh we do a lot of uh humanitarian care we have uh moved fed and sheltered over a hundred thousand christians and yezidis in the middle east um yeah one of the other things we do and we're gonna you will understand this uh in the coming months um we are beginning to teach history where dennis prager has done such a great job he's getting people to look at the the issues um with experts we are collecting all of the documents all of the pieces of history so we can show you in their own words this is exactly what happened we have now over 120 000 founding documents we are only surpassed by the national archives in the library of congress and its home is here in dallas texas so let me bring out can you bring out the uh first artifact please i just purchased this the week that everybody was freaking out about aunt jemima and don't get me started on the cream of wheat guy oh my gosh racists i want to show you how misleading history can be this at one point hung in some of the most important galleries uh in america this is a homer a winslow homer it is he is one of america's greatest painters and when you look at it if cnn were here they would be like bloodbath is showing slavery they're now for slavery why would i bring this well this i purchased at an extraordinarily low price because no one wanted it that week but homer was an abolitionist why would he paint this glorifying no this was actually painted for the 10th anniversary of freeing the slaves the 10th anniversary and homer knew that this was that reconstruction everything that was going on it wasn't enough it wasn't really freeing people yet so he painted this painting of a woman he went down south to paint it he painted the woman in the cotton fields she is below the horizon she is looking down she's still trapped in the same place she may be free but she doesn't know what else to do her daughter above the horizon is looking out towards the future but she's still in the fields as well the reason why i wanted to bring this out to show you is there's a lot of stuff on history that if you just look at it you're going to get a completely different indication you're going to walk away with an impression that is not true this is why our history is being dumbed down and edited and taught in little sound bites because when you have the full picture then you can digest it and understand so thank you let me give you a quick synopsis of who we are and i'd like to take down this is my pissed off part of the morning white guilt you are nothing but a bunch of ignorant imbeciles white supremacists you're a racist you're anti-jewish you know anti-asian anti-native american you're a nazi you're a fascist you you live on stolen land you're anti-government that's a weird one you're a conspiracy theorist and violent extremists look at you i see i see you over there yeah i know you look like a sweet grandmother but i know you're packing heat and you'd cut them down so let's talk about american history and let's start with slavery no matter what you say slavery was worse than you can imagine worse than you can imagine this is filled with rocks if you were a runner they'd know exactly where you were there was no hiding this you wore as a punishment up to a month if you didn't behave you wore it around your neck imagine sleeping it's worse than you think it was but now let's give a little perspective i brought some pesky little facts with me i love you too i know chicks dig me but i'm happily married it happens to me everywhere i go oh yes and i smell like a hostess twinkie slavery and racism have affected every single nation on the planet primary prior to the arrival of any european in america fact number one 20 to 40 percent of indigenous people were enslaved by other indigenous people placing them on par with the slave empires of ancient rome or greece that's a fact suck it cnn during the transatlantic slave trade from 1501 to 1875 12.7 million americans or africans were involuntarily enslaved carried from africa to other parts of the world of these other parts of the world approximately 5.8 million slaves were portuguese holdings they went to portugal and portuguese holdings 26 of the slaves went to english 11 french eight percent went to spanish holdings four percent to dutch only 2.4 percent were in of the enslaved africans were brought to the united states we were not the worst yes we engaged in it as well did the rest of the world do you know that there were 12 million slaves at the time there are 40 million slaves today what are we arguing about 400 years ago let's free people today by the way by the way mercury one just purchased the largest collection of documents and artifacts from the pilgrims and jamestown it's the largest collection in the world oh 1619 project we're coming for you the first african-american slaves arrived in virginia what year 1619 let's reimagine history or not they were not slaves they were indentured servants you can argue back and forth slavery slavery indentured servants it can be horrible yadda yadda but let's be accurate because they say that that is the first time that uh slaves came here in america and um actually it's not true the second slave ship to arrive anybody know where it arrived plymouth yes plymouth 1646 what happened to that slave ship oh yeah no they didn't send them back no no no they did not send them back what they did is they freed all the slaves and the slave owners and the slave ship captain they put in jail for human stealing that was america that is the pilgrims you can say we started in jamestown a lot of people want to have that argument we didn't start in jamestown we don't have a thanksgiving where we celebrate those people that actually turned into cannibals we did not celebrate those we celebrate massachusetts and the pilgrims in plymouth who were anti-slavery the whole time by the way anybody the first documented slave in america does anybody know who it was first documented slave happened in virginia and it happened in 1653 and the owner was uh anthony johnson he had somebody who was an indentured servant it means they paid for your way over and then you work up work off that debt and you go free well he didn't think that guy worked hard enough and so he went to court and he convinced a court in virginia that that man didn't work hard enough and i should own him for the rest of his life that is the first slave in america it was an african-american slave the funny thing is anthony johnson was also an african-american the first black official black slave was owned by a black man because because early slave laws in america allowed the ownership of whites in addition to black and indian slaves whites were also enslaved in the united states globally up to the 16th century there were more documented uh white slaves in the old world than there was in the new world of black slaves you see slavery is not about race it's about getting your thumb over somebody and if you happen to be the population that is a evil b you want to control somebody else you'll put your thumb on them you can classify them as jews blacks people with blonde hair people with black hair it doesn't matter when man wants to enslave somebody he will enslave something americans hear me and start saying this slavery is not about racism slavery is not about america slavery is a human condition it's a human condition that needs to be worked on at all times racism is a human condition by the way uh uh one more fact here that just is pesky and it's got to get it off of my desk here new england new england was the first major region in the world to abolish slavery pennsylvania massachusetts began doing so in 1780 connecticut and rhode island in 1784 new hampshire 1792 vermont 1793 new york 1799 new jersey 1804. now why is that important because the one that gets credit for being the first country is great britain and they did it 30 years 30 years after new england did it we were the first in the world we're also the only people that had white people killing white people to free black people five hundred thousand americans died for freedom and not because not because anybody felt anything personal maybe they did but the people who fought and died they believed in a higher ideal they believed even though it was very complex at the time because it was a new thought that all men are created equal that's why we fought and died that's why we carry on today that's what the republican party should be all about today we all are created equal and endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights stand for those rights that is our unum that will unite us by the way by the way you can you can call me at any time and we'll give you all of the names there's hundreds of them that are first black americans these are the first black americans uh to serve in the house of representatives did you did were you taught this in school because i wasn't taught any of these names in school i wonder i wonder why oh we'll get to that the other thing is you know we all just worship these white founders and these white founders are just oh my gosh they're white they were rich they only cared about themselves how could thomas jefferson write all men are created equal when he knew that blacks were being enslaved well this is the this is an engraving from 1826 this is the um copy jefferson's own hand the first draft of the declaration of independence it is quite something if you've never heard me talk about this buckle up you're in for a surprise what's really crazy about this is it's just like now if you're editing somebody else's document you know how it comes out and says you know john just edited this and put this line in that's what this says except it's in quill pin here it says b franklin and it shows what he changed in his own handwriting this is jay adams and what he changed what struck me about this was in the usurpations part just a quick update the the declaration of independence all you have to know is it's a great breakup letter that's that's really it's it's a dear george letter you know you leave your underpants around it's it's really not me it is you um so that's the first thing but we did something different we started it with look you don't even know who we are we we believe in something entirely different than you so we start with that we hold these truths to be self-evident this is our mission statement this is what we say we're breaking away from you because we're going to create something that nobody has ever done before where people are at the head not the government not kings people are at the head and we believe that they have a right to succeed keep their success and fail and learn from that failure so the next section after the breakup and then saying you don't really know us here's who we are you never talk we never call you don't call us then we get to the usurpation part of the declaration of independence and the uscertation part is the and here's why you suck and it goes it's mainly everyone is just about one line but when i first purchased this i was looking at it upside down and i was using it for something else and i looked down and stu my partner on the radio said security so stu said to me thinking that i would have an answer which of course i did he said why are these two words down there capitalized and i was like i don't know it's upside down that first word that is printed is christian and it's underlined and the other one is men and it's the only word in four pages that's capitalized why so as they were saying 10 9 8 i said oh my gosh this is jefferson remember the guy who's an evil slave owner this is jefferson and he writes in here an entire paragraph about slavery and he says and then this so-called capitalized underlying christian king violates the most sacred of man's rights by taking people who have never offended him he takes them from one country he puts them on a boat where they're most likely going to die and then he puts capital letters these men on the auction block for sale he knew exactly what he was saying he he capitalized men because as you know it was controversial to say you were a man you can't say that about a slave jefferson did now why isn't this in the declaration of independence because if you remember right there are a few words that are capitalized at the very beginning and it is united states of america but in the final draft it says the unanimous declaration see before they wrote this jefferson wasn't even supposed to write it before they even wrote this john hancock stood up and he said all right guys remember noose around our neck we're all dead men we have to as ben franklin said hang together or we will hang separately so he knew the king is going to come in and he's going to find any differences and he's going to weasel in i mean does that sound familiar today and he's going to try to divide us any way he can so every word of this document i think should be unanimous everyone has to believe every word so when it went out of this racist nation how many of the 13 colonies voted against that two two that means eleven wanted to stop it right there two did not why is the entire country why is every founder labeled a horrible racist when 11 of all of the represent representated colonies 11 said stop it here's another question for the progressive left what they decided to do so they could hold everybody together was to start passing laws incrementally dismantling slavery like progressives that's what they did why why they'll ask us in a hundred years why didn't you stop abortion i'm doing everything i can there's a lot of us fighting against it right now if suddenly the world wakes up and goes you know what that is a baby in there it's not a 1956 buick like i thought it was when the world wakes up they will look at us our generation and say why didn't you stop it because the only way you can stop it is to start killing each other and i don't know how that ends that is the same position they were in do not moralize and tell me what our founders believe when the left doesn't even know our founding documents they don't know these men white supremacist oh i haven't even started yet let me just uh let me define for the left who the clan is this is one of the earliest clan hoods we can find uh you know you know what the clan was yes it was the enforcement arm of the democratic party kind of like antifa that is what it was it wasn't a group of people like you know what i don't have a political stake in this at all i don't care who you vote for it was democrats they started the clan they furthered the klan and they're still lying about it today all you you republicans oh you republicans you're trying to disenfranchise people you're trying to make sure that they don't vote oh you mean like in 1932 here the poll tax receipts that we have from the democratic party they were charging people to vote not all people of course just the people they didn't want to vote did i bring the oh yeah well here it is this is later i don't even know what she said uh this is uh this is from alabama i like this one this is the democratic primary uh schedule here you can choose but i'm sorry i left a word out it's the democratic white primary you see blacks blacks couldn't vote in the primary so you know if you wanted a black person on there you should have said something but you couldn't so we're just going to have all these white people on here and only white people can vote in the primary this was not republican this was the democrats and the democrats have not changed their spots how do i know well let's look at some of their heroes shall we this is origin of the species this is charles darwin anybody know the full name of the book origin of species another surprise origin of the species by means of natural selection or the preservation of favored races in the struggle for life oh well i always knew that most of my conservative friends found charles darwin to be wrong if not evil i didn't read the or part of the title this is the basis of almost everything that has happened in the 20th century and coming our way this codified this gave people like the klan the proof see science says it science says that they've got where yeah we heard that before gee believe science science tells us no no no this was codified and let me just go to another one of their heroes this is a great series of the history of the american people it's a multiple volume set my favorite is this one which is uh volume four i i'm uh i'm ignorant so i only look at the pictures this is amazing this is a history of the united states doesn't include a single black hero not one not one in the entire history of the united states it's crazy and in fact you know it has a picture where can i where's the camera can you pick this up look at how they define my gosh you've let yourself go to hell glenn zoom in a little closer can't you good god put the fork down from time to time coming can you come in closer not that one yo let's get a side shot of him good god man i'm not doing this for you ever again okay you can't see it but this is uh this is uh uh how black people are depicted and uh they're depicted in every single picture as half man half monkey author woodrow wilson i love you woodrow oh by the way did you read that 35 or 36 percent of americans only 36 percent of americans think that joe biden is actually in charge you know i wondered if the democrats you know were part of that you know they were like i don't think he was in charge but that would be a conspiracy theory of course unless you read my memoir by edith bowling wilson because she actually ran the white house and the president for the last 18 months of woodrow wilson's life because he was president had a stroke it was like she like sign this honey they've done it before am i gonna get canceled i just want you to know this was so hard to get through secret service they're like he's got a flint lock like it's a cap and ball actually i'm a violent extremist that only uses 1800 weapons we've got to get that weapon out of the hands of that madman well it would be the second time somebody did that this is one of the only seven guns that are in private hands the guns that were taken from the native americans by the united states government at wounded knee by the way look this up fun fact did you know the most decorated event in all of military us military history i mean forget about i don't know where they were pearl harbor or someplace in the flag forget about all that stuff there's marines in the building yes sir got it so forget about all that forget about world war ii forget about forget about all of the heroics more people received a congressional medal of honor at wounded knee than any other battle in american history isn't that weird in fact everyone received a medal a congress everyone that was there got a congressional medal of honor you know why it was bribery the government took arms from peaceful people in the middle of the night when the locals had it down somebody from the government came out in the middle of the night said you left those savages with weapons no they're going to give it to us in the morning everything is fine you go down there and get them before they kill us all they went down somebody panicked in the middle of the night could be us our side could be the native americans we don't know but it was a slaughter and it is disgraceful the the congressional medal of honor winners should band together and reject every single one those guys are dead reject every single medal and restore the honor to the congressional medal of honor so this is a book by george bernard shaw the guy who came up who he was the first guy who said no no he's a big hero to a lot of people oh they love him in the university he's a fantastic playwright also the guy who came up with the uh the gas chamber uh for people that you know we just don't have time for they're just they're eating more and consuming more than they produce and there must be some mechanism we could come up with that's george bernard shaw uh a hero of the left i'm trying to remember who who's the ones that are really off because i'm trying to the what they say is america can't can't come together we can't even save this country because the founders of this country were so evil well let's see who started the progressives uh we have woodrow wilson already covered him uh we have george bernard shaw uh i love of course who doesn't who doesn't love just it's like poetry if i if i may uh from pivot of civilization it's not hard to envision an ideal world where we have an iq patrol task force so to speak of specialists who carry out search and destroy missions go to houses when you see the most children this is because the first symptom of feeble-mindedness and degeneracy statistics clearly show the degenerate strains and feeble-minded have an abnormally high fertility rate don't be fooled by their family normal appearance who doesn't love a little margaret sanger in the morning let's see so she was there at the progressive era i'm just seeing a theme here we had woodrow wilson we had george bernard shaw oh and i love this um this is this is just a collection of people uh the dean of the college of law for usc uh the uh chair of the uh executive council at cal tech uh harvard poli-sci professors and two other professors from berkeley they put something together called the human betterment foundation i just want to i just want to tell you a little about the human betterment foundation um at stamford they had this crazy group of people who said you know what margaret sanger's right and that george bernard shaw guy he's got it going down too and we should take some of those progressive ideas and share them share them with the world who would like to hear who'd like to hear this around the world you know what 1936 how about those crazy cats over in germany i bet they'd love some of our progressive ideas so they went over in 1936 the human betterment foundation harvard stamford caltech all of them same group of people that are now preaching science to us now they said we've got to get rid of all of these degenerates so the nazis wrote back and i just want to quote what they wrote to the human betterment society you will be interested to know that your work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind hitler in this epic making program everywhere we sensed that your opinions uh have tremendously stimulated us your american thought and particularly the work of the human betterment foundation i want you my dear friend to have this thought with you for the rest of your life oh there's nothing i wish more to be true than this line my dear friend have this thought with you for the rest of your life that you have truly jolted into action a great government of 60 million people it was an american progressive idea the germans thought it was brilliant thought george bernard shawn margaret sanger those are some good ideas but they just talk about them let's put it into practice by the way nazis national socialists so gosh i just don't think we're nazis because i'm not for socialism i'm not for killing a bunch of people oh wait a minute hang on but we're also anti-jewish no i guess we're not anti-jewish either we must be anti-something it's got to be anti-black this is the uh you ever tried to get fat hands like meat mints close enough this is the olympic torch jesse owens 1936 berlin we all know the story of jesse owens the man was incredible the man was fearless fearless we also know that he never met a nazi now i'm going somewhere with this so it's like the painting follow for a while when we went into gerbel's office gerbil was in gerbils was in charge of the olympics and he was in charge of everybody who met with adolf hitler now i can't prove that he met with adolf hitler but i can tell you that this is from the book that was in goebbels office the signatures of everyone all of the winners of the medals that met with adolf hitler and she there's jesse owen's signature so i don't say that he met with hitler but somebody went to him and said can you sign our fan book please the only reason why i bring this up is because um it's horrendous horrendous that he wouldn't that not jesse owens that hitler would turn his back on a guy just because of his color but there was somebody else that did that too could you bring in the next artifact please this is crazy because there was somebody else that did it too and uh do we have that artifact here it is this is my daughter mary she's not the artifact [Applause] thank you sweetheart this is the chair that was uh owned by fdr this is the chair that he had i don't know if he died in it i think he died on somebody if you know what i mean um but this is the chair that he was using the day he died you know what's crazy is he didn't meet with jesse owens either he didn't even call jesse owens he didn't even have somebody come out from the oval office and go to jesse owens and go hey could you sign this on the side we're big fans so wait a minute here's another progressive icon that wouldn't even meet with jesse owens and you know what's more because anti-jewish we know that uh we know the asian where is the oh yeah while he was in that chair he also came up with this tell me who's anti-asian is it the republicans that fought against this or is it the guy who was in this wheelchair who the pentagon said there are no problems with the japanese in the west you don't you don't have to round them up that's a bad idea and he used that and something that woodrow wilson hide called black tom the black tom event in in 1916 or 15 he hid that that event was hidden it was an actual terrorist attack on our soil by the the germans but woodrow wilson was running for re-election and we're not going to war trust me we won't go to war we had a german terrorist blow actually pierced the the chest of the statue of liberty we think that's just capitalist that did that it was capitalists that did that they didn't care about their workers they had no control over all of those ammunitions and and it just all blew up no no as woodrow as franklin said benjamin not benjamin franklin uh as he said in 1941 we now know that that was a german spy plotti

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