Sunday in La Mesa, California, Glenn took the stage twice at Skyline Church with Pastor Jim Garlow, televangelist James Robison, and author Jay Richards.
Glenn’s speech centered on what Americans should be doing to change the current state of our country and the troubling state of apathy in Americans. Glenn emphasized how important it is to stand up for what you believe in, but, more importantly, doing it without hate.
“The left wants us, they need us to hate. That’s why they are trying to divide us in every way possible,” Glenn told the audience.
Glenn knows more than most how hard it is to look at the news of the day and not get angry – it is after all, his job. “I love my country,” Glenn said, “and every day I get up and feel like I’m watching my child choke to death, and no one will listen to me. No one will come and help. No one will stop it, and every day I see it.”
He explained how the strength of America is the ability to leave one another alone – to allow diversity, but it is also the Achilles heel. This is what the left has used against us for the last one hundred years to get America to the crossroads she is at today.
“It’s line in the sand time. Our back is up against the wall and there’s no place to go. We can’t give any more without losing everything we own,” he said.
Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals and The Coming Insurrection by the Invisible Committee are what the left has been using as their playbook, Glenn explained to the crowd. “So, what he is the answer? I will tell you the answer. It’s found in this book,” Glenn said while holding up The Bible. “This is answer. This book knocks these books out.”
Glenn spoke about faith in God, and trusting Him to give us the answers if we just listen. “We aren’t supposed to mix our theologies. We’re just supposed to get along, and do exactly what the Lord is telling us to do,” he told the crowd.
About thirty percent of those who claim to be involved in conservative organizations are not even registered to vote. Glenn emphasized how important it was this statistic changed if they want to see a change in November. He used the example of the GOP in Ohio to explain how serious this problem is. The GOP in Ohio has about 41,000 members. Of those 41,000, only 19,000 were registered to vote. He went on to tell the audience why this is even more important in this election that in the past.
“This cannot happen in anything other than a mandate. We can’t be looking at chads the next day, or they’ll tear the country apart. It has to be a mandate, which means go grab a friend and go vote. Believe me, they’re grabbing a few out of the cemetery…” Glenn said.
Glenn told the crowd to plan, pray and obey – that’s what we need to do to turn things around. “If each of us does those three things, we win,” he said.
Glenn went back on the stage with James Robison and Jay Richards for a Q & A led by Pastor Jim Garlow a little later.