GLENN BECK: And now, what has happened — what's happening now? Stephani, what's happening?Stephani Scruggs, who is described as the national co-chair of Beck's "$9.12 project," didn't offer any further details, but the group in Wisconsin is most likely the MacGyver Institute, a "think tank."
STEPHANI SCRUGGS: I have seen the most amazing ideas come out of people. There's one group that I know of in Wisconsin that investigated the professors in Wisconsin to see if they contributed to climate-gate. Found that they did, and now, they're filing a class action lawsuit because public money was used. I wouldn't have thought of that.
BECK: Oh, that is great.
SCRUGGS: Isn't that awesome?
Even more likely is that Beck's reportage is a load of bollocks. He couldn't have been all that serious, because he wasn't waving a Nazi swastika or a hammer and sickle around during the interview.
In any event, a civil complaint alleging that the professors in Wisconsin used public money to contribute to "climate-gate" would be mighty frivol ... I mean, mighty entertaining indeed.
Please don't spoil the fun: Just say no to tort reform!