This is a rush transcript from "Glenn Beck," January 19, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
GLENN BECK, HOST: I would have never expected this a year ago. Americans are continuing to wake up, even in Massachusetts. Yes, the progressives are becoming more and more desperate. Look at what the progressives are now saying.
I mean they have unloaded every bullet they have in the last 24 hours. John Kerry called the crowds gathering for Republican Scott Brown "dangerous" and out of control.
Also, the new White House communication directions Dan Pfeiffer — this is his phone now. He picked up right up with where Mao-loving Anita Dunn left off attacking FOX News. He said this:
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DAN PFEIFFER, WHITE HOUSE COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR: Fox is not a — is not a traditional news organization. They have a point of view. That point of view pervades the entire network, both the opinion shows like Glenn Beck and Bill O'Reilly, but also through the newscasts during the day. We don't feel the obligation to treat them like we'd treat CNN or ABC or a traditional news organization.
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BECK: Oh, good. If you won't treat us like you do NBC, I won't have to take a shower every time you leave the building.
But the most recent analytical discourse has to come from MSNBC's non-biased observer, Mr. Shakespearean Actor himself, Keith Olbermann:
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KEITH OLBERMANN, MSNBC HOST: In short, in Scott Brown, we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, tea-bagging supporter of violence against women and against politicians with whom he disagrees.
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BECK: Wow. Wow, what a list that is. He just loaded every bullet in the gun and just shot it.
Good thing these progressives are so inclusive and tolerant of other points of view, because if they weren't, I'm afraid it could get really ugly.
But here's the good news:
One, Americans aren't buying into it anymore, not even in Massachusetts, home of the Kennedys and where Ted Kennedy held the seat for over 40 years.
Two, nobody cares. You can call me anything. I mean, we have already been called every bad name in the book. And you know what, America? You're still standing. In fact, I have news for you. A year ago, when I started the show I wanted to figure out a way on — a way to make you understand you weren't alone.
Do you see this poster behind me? If you are a new viewer of this show, let me explain: That poster is made out of faces, viewers of this show.
I asked people, early on, send in pictures of your face to prove to viewers that you weren't alone and together you can make a mosaic, a beautiful picture.
Well, you know what? I don't have to do that anymore. You know you're not alone. In fact, you're in the majority.
In Massachusetts, more than half of the voters — 51 percent — are not affiliated with a political party. They think they both stink on ice.
Nationwide, conservatives make up 40 percent of the population. Wow. Why do you feel alone? Liberals, 21 percent.
A Rasmussen poll testing a three-way generic ballot, shows among voters not affiliated with either major party, 33 percent prefer the tea party movement. Twenty-five percent prefer the Democrats. Twelve percent prefer the GOP.
I don't know if you noticed that the tea party — they don't have any actual candidates.
You're not alone, America. You are the majority. A year ago, you didn't know that. Wow. Notice the difference a year makes.
And here's the best news: You're still growing in numbers and you're growing in power. As you will possibly — possibly — see in to Massachusetts tonight. You may not. It isn't over until the fat lady sings, and this is one fat lady.
Because of this program, we have been trying to focus on the progressive playbook for over the past year. And because of this program, a lot of us have learned an awful lot. I told you that this time would come where they would become desperate and they would do anything and they would also, I believe, become dangerous to the republic.
They would start with just insulting your intelligence and every last sensibility that you had. But I also told you that if you just do the right thing because it's the right thing — don't pay attention to the party. Do the common sense right thing and vote for the person. And don't let the make calling distract you, we'd be able to get to the real problems.
That, as Americans — we as Americans — can solve any problem we face, because Americans aren't racist. We're not hate-mongers or homophobes and we're not violent towards politicians.
We're Americans and Americans do one thing great: They pull together and they solve problems.
As far as I'm concerned, the two parties — I mean, really, sinkholes could open up in California and both the Republicans and Democrats could just be sucked into it and self-destruct, save the republic.
God bless America. We've got real problems that we now have to address.
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