What's happening on GBTV tonight? Stay tuned for more updates on Super Tuesday all night!
Early on in "The Glenn Beck Program", Glenn discussed some of the issues we need to consider when looking for our next President. Civil liberties, for example, have been jeopardized by progressives for decades, especially in the past four years. How? Glenn explains:
Later in the night, Glenn and the "Real News" team discussed Occupy Wall Street and the libertarian vote. You can see some of that discussion below:
Pat and Stu joined Glenn and Freedomwork' Matt Kibbe to discuss the Tea Party and their role in the election
What is the role of faith and minority voters? Glenn and a panel of experts weigh in:
As "The Glenn Beck Program" came to an end and "Real News" took over, it was already clear that Newt Gingrich was going to take Georgia. But why? And what role did gas prices play in the contest there?
Michele Bachmann, a former candidate for the nomination and Glenn favorite, gave her EXCLUSIVE input on "Real News":
And what about Virginia? Glenn wanted to know if anyone was "shocked" that Romney took over forty delegates when Santorum and Gingrich were left off the ballot.
Not to be outdone by Glenn, Stu and Pat also joined "Real News" to discuss the flip-flopping nature of Mitt Romnery
What's the impact of social issues on Super Tuesday?
And what is Romney's real electability?
Towards the end of "Real News", Pat and Stu returned to discuss Gingrich - and things got tense when they discussed Santorum's conservative credentials:
Watch the "Real News" overview from the end of the show:
During the post-game wrap-up, Glenn told Pat and Stu that only divine providence could truly turn the country around. How did Stu respond?
The coverage wrapped up with predictions for the Ohio race. Two though Santorum would win it, one said Romney. Who said what?