Glenn reacts on radio today to the overturning of Mumia Abu Jamal's death sentence and to his supporters rallying in Philadelphia. Will he eventually go free? And what does Glenn think of his supporters throwing a rally at the National Constitution Center?
"It's a big celebration at the National Constitution Center. A lot of people are upset about this. I'm upset about this. However, it's the National Constitution Center. If there is one place where free speech should happen, it should be at the National Constitution Center. I hate these dirtbags. I think this is an absolute cop‑killer. I think these people want to destroy America. I think they are the worst collection of people I've ever seen, but it's the National Constitution Center, and the Constitution requires us... to let people that we despise... speak," Glenn said.
"Convicted cop‑killer Mumia Abu Jamal received commutation of his sentence to life in prison instead of the death penalty this week. You know why? Because after he killed ‑ after he killed Officer Faulkner, he then wore his wife out. For 30 years, for 30 years they've been battling this thing," Glenn explained.
"She's trying to move on with her life and this dirtbag and this system that just doesn't work keeps bringing it up, trial after trial after hearing after hearing after hearing. She's like, I've got to move on with my life! I'm not doing it anymore."
" It's an outrage what the left has done with this guy, how they have made him into an absolute hero globally. He should have been executed for his crime a long time ago. Now they want him freed. They want him out," Pat said.
"It's an outrage what the left has done with this guy, how they have made him into an absolute hero globally," Glenn added.
"I have to tell you as much as I want to, I despise these people. I despise these people. But... let's not become them. Let's not close down people's freedom of speech," Glenn said.
"If they treat the Constitution Center right, if they've played by all the rules and they treat the Constitution Center the way it needs to be treated, with respect, then I have no problem with it. I have no problem with it," Glenn added.