GLENN BECK (HOST): We're going to show you tonight 170 -- I asked my researchers, show me just the violations, the criminal violations that we have absolute proof of, that Hunter Biden -- and I thought how, you know, many crimes do you think we have proof of? How many crimes?
170. 170, and none of them, no one has taken action.
You'll be happy to know that finally, finally the Vermont guy that everybody's been talking about, that had a torch at the Charlottesville rally -- go back in your memory. I mean, I know it just happened and it's still on everybody's mind. It was the second worst thing that's ever happened to America since the Civil War. But the Charlottesville -- this guy wasn't charged with beating anybody or anything, he just had a torch. And apparently --
STEVE BURGUIERE (CO-HOST): Open flame.
BECK: An open flame. Well, apparently in Virginia it --
BURGUIERE: I hope that's part of the crime --
BECK: It is a crime because, you know, Klan. They kinda like, hey, nobody carrying around anything on fire.
BURGUIERE: Okay. I mean, it's a good safety tip --
BECK: It's a good safety tip, but it's also with the Klan, you can kind of understand.
BECK: Anyway, this happened in 2017, and he's just been charged with a felony for marching in a demonstration with a torch. He's just been charged with a felony, just now.
BURGUIERE: What -- what year? Is this a recorded show?
BECK: No. It's currently 2023.
BECK: It happened in 2017, they just busted him and charged him with a felony. By the way, 170 crimes? No, nothing. But that damn torch?