This Sunday, a bevy of celebrities will descend upon the Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles for an “emergency benefit to help Texas women” affected by the abortion restrictions passed in the state over the summer – despite State Senator Wendy Davis’ best efforts to thwart the legislation. According to the Daily Caller, comedians Sarah Silverman, Zach Galifianakis and others are scheduled to appear for an evening of comedy and music called (excuse the language) “A Night of A Thousand Vaginas!

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Rather then mock the Hollywood culture that has these celebrities raising “emergency funds” for the poor women in Texas who have had their abortion rights restricted, Glenn chose to look at the bigger picture. This particular event is just one in a series of small steps being taken to ensure progressivism one day overtakes Texas.

“What this is really about is changing the culture in Texas. They are doing everything they can – the progressives – to center in on Texas. If they get Texas, we are done. If they flip
Texas, we are done,” Glenn said on radio this morning. “What do you think immigration reform is for? Why do you think they wanted to make sure that everybody can vote without any kind of ID whatsoever? It is because if you can flip Texas, you are finished. Why do you think we have been saying, ‘Move to Texas’?”

Last night, Glenn attended an event with Texas business owners and executives, and he was asked why he decided to move to Texas. The answer was simple: Texas is one of the last beacons of freedom.

“To build one radio studio in New York – that was already digital – it took us almost a year to finish that studio. It was already a studio! [But it] took a year. We signed the lease on [the Texas] studio in December, maybe late November, and we were on the air with a full digital studio… by January. That’s why we moved to Texas,” Glenn explained. “I looked at these guys and said, ‘You know why you moved to Texas. I know why. But do your employees know why you moved to Texas?’ You moved the Texas because you could no longer do business any place else.”

Pat pointed out that Dallas City Council members are now hoping to have a single-use plastic bag ban in place by March. And while such a restriction would seem like just another day at the office for a city like, say, New York, there are larger implications to such a ban in Texas.

“You have to understand that you have got to stand up for little things like the plastic bag thing. You have to stand up against that. That’s insanity. That’s fascism. If I want to use a plastic bag, I will use a plastic bag,” Glenn concluded. “If companies want to decide, that’s where you do it… If we are an ecofriendly company, and we don’t use plastic bags, that’s the way you do that. If you believe it, you convince people. Fascists ban things… What are we doing?”