O'REILLY: No, no but here is what you're going…
HANNAH: To ask for energy independence in this way. And that's…
O'REILLY: As well intentioned -- all right.
HANNAH: These are not…
O'REILLY: …as well intentioned as you are. And -- and you are well intentioned. As well intentioned as you are…
HANNAH: But these -- these people aren't activists that are out there. These are grandmas, these are nurses, these are doctors. These are people who have never been arrested before who are out there saying we want what President Obama promised, which is a clean fuel and energy future.
O'REILLY: OK, but President Obama is not really well-known in keeping his promises. And I say that with all due respect.
HANNAH: Most politicians are not known for keeping their promises.
O'REILLY: Here is where you and granny -- here is where you and granny and Uncle Ben are going wrong. Ok. Do you know who T. Boone Pickens is? Do you know him?
HANNAH: I do know who T. Boone Pickens is.
O'REILLY: OK, now he was in my office about four months ago. He spent billions of dollars trying to develop wind energy.
HANNAH: Well, I believe that…
O'REILLY: Wait, wait, hear me out. Hear me out, hear me out. OK, he put up 687 wind turbines, all right, at a reported $1.5 billion. And he wanted to export the energy in, just as you do. Clean energy, get away from oil. He couldn't make it work. It didn't work. So therefore, we don't have it.
HANNAH: Well Bill, if you -- if you -- if you scratch the surface, you'll see that T. Boone Pickens has another agenda, which is natural gas. Because when oil wells run dry, what do they have? Natural gas. T. Boone Pickens owns more natural gas rights than probably anybody in this country.
O'REILLY: But you can do both.
HANNAH: He is trying to promote natural gas, which is not clean, which is also a fossil fuel.
O'REILLY: You can do both. T. Boone Pickens is a businessman. He wants to make money.
HANNAH: That's right. That's exactly right.
O'REILLY: If he can sell natural gas and wind, he is going to do both. He told me -- and I believe him -- he put his money where his mouth is and they couldn't get the wind power to the urban areas. They couldn't do it.
HANNAH: That's just not the case. It's absolutely not the case.
O'REILLY: All right.
HANNAH: But -- but, you know, T. Boone Pickens is a charming man. He's a -- he's a well-spoken man, but the fact is that he has an agenda, and it's not that hard to find.