Guess who's airlifting Americans from Afghanistan?


Most people are gonna think that the guys with the really big bucks are the ones who can easily afford to send planes to Afghanistan to get Americans home - guys like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey - but no, it's Glenn Beck raising funds from the Deplorables, who are paying to fly people out of Afghanistan. We have the video clip and transcript of Glenn Beck's appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight.

Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight: Brave Few Working to Evacuate Americans

RubyRayMedia on Rumble - mirror of Telegram video posted on Tucker Carlson Aug 27, 2021
Published on RRM August 30, 2021
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CARLSON: So, Americans are very decent people, to their great and enduring credit, and as they watch what's happening on television, their hearts have swelled with sympathy. Again, that's not sarcastic, it's real. You live in a country where people really care about people they've never met before, and that's why this is a great country because it's filled with great and compassionate people, even if they reach different conclusions from what you would reach.

So, in the last week, a small number of Americans have headed to Afghanistan and the region to help evacuate people who are trapped there because the Biden administration just isn't doing that very effectively.

Glenn Beck is one of those, one of those Americans trying to help. His charity, The Nazarene Fund has already helped rescue thousands of Afghan Christians from the country. Glenn Beck joins us now from a location in the region. We'll leave it there.

Glenn Beck, thanks so much for coming on.

GLENN BECK, THE NAZARENE FUND: Thank you very much.

CARLSON: So, you just headed over there at the drop of a hat. I have -- you were texting me on the way. I was kind of amazed. Tell us what you've seen since you've been there. What have you learned? What's it like?

BECK: I'm not in Afghanistan, I'm in one of the countries in the region that are actually taking these people as refugees as a weighing station, just to get them off of the tarmac. They do not want to be identified because they are concerned about the new coming terror that is going to be happening in the region.

I will tell you that we have pulled out 5,100 people, Christians, women, children, and put them on planes, what you're seeing there is one of the last planes that took off before the bombing or bombings today.

We had about 500 refugees, women and children mainly, and we had them inside of the airport today and one military official asked them -- didn't ask them -- ordered them to go back on the other side of the gate. I have pictures of them this morning pleading to get back through the gate and then I have pictures of blood and body parts and nothing but death in that same area.

We believe that our State Department is directly responsible for what we believe were some of these people. I don't know how many survived.

CARLSON: Have you been able to get a sizable number of Christians out of Afghanistan? It seems like that's a group that would need to leave.

BECK: Fifty one hundred. The country -- the country that I'm in right now is at their limit. There are only three countries. The State Department has blocked us every step of the way. They have -- the State Department and the White House have been the biggest problem.

Everyone else -- everyone else has been working together, putting aside differences and trying to get these people to safety. The State Department and the White House have blocked us every single step of the way.

In fact, an Ambassador was called in Macedonia last night and told not to accept any of these people as we were trying to get them off of the tarmac here to keep the airport flowing and getting these Christians out.

We haven't really been able to move anybody for about 12 hours. Our mission is now changing greatly. We have to send people into even greater danger to try to smuggle these Christians out who are marked not just for death, but to be set on fire alive because they're converted Christians.

Also tomorrow, I'm getting back onto another plane, so you know not funded by The Nazarene Fund, nothing I am doing here I'm paying for this here. Copeland Ministries has let me borrow their jet, but we're going someplace else to open up two countries and I don't even want to say who they are because I'm afraid our State Department will call them and threaten them.

But we are going to move these people to new homes and they are going to be a blessing to some country. I don't know why we have open borders. I mean it's really interesting, we have open borders and closed airports. One group of people are exploited, raped, and killed by drug cartels and then the other group of people are raped, exploited, and crucified, or set on fire by terrorists.

There seems to be a pattern with the Biden administration.

CARLSON: Yes, so, Islamic countries, Muslim countries are more eager to accept Christians from Afghanistan than our State Department, which really -- it tells you a lot.

BECK: This country that I'm in, I begged them last night to let me tell them, tell the world who they are. They have more compassion for these Christians than our American government and it is insulting, embarrassing, and wrong.

What our government is doing now, I believe is out and out evil.

CARLSON: I hope you'll come -- I hope at some point, you'll tell us what country that is.

Glenn Beck, Godspeed. Thank you.

BECK: God bless you. Thank you.


President Trump rolled into Alabama on Saturday like he was commanding the Third Army from a Sherman tank, smashing his way through the bewildered German line.

The president took the stage triumphantly in front of a red sea of humanity after playing a film clip of the famous General Patton speech played by George C. Scott in front of a giant U.S. flag in his 1970 Oscar-winning role.

"... I liked the George Patton piece. Did you like that, General Patton? I thought so. Because we're getting a little tired of the woke generals that we have. Right? Where they move our military out before they move our civilians. And before they move $83 billion worth of equipment. Let's move them out. And the Taliban looks and they say, "I can't believe it. This could only happen to us. I can't believe it. The military left." "

The president went on to describe how strong America was under his leadership, Patton-like; and how weak we are under "Biden," and we can't find a suitable metaphor, it's so pathetic.

We have the president's speech highlights on one video and the whole speech on another by RSBN, together with the full transcript from rev dot com .


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