On his TV program Tuesday night, Glenn opened the show by talking about the rising violence that has been taking place across the country. In many of these cases, the attackers have been invoking the name of Trayvon Martin in the attacks.
Glenn went through the brutal details of these cases. And while many of them involved violence motivated by race, Glenn concluded that in the end it's not about race, but a sickness of hatred. He pulled out an old book that historically documented lynchings that whites had committed against African Americans years ago and said there was little difference between the violence committed then and the violence now.
After all, as Glenn said, 3,446 blacks and 1,297 whites were lynched between 1882 and 1968. There was violence on both sides. It was ultimately just about hatred.
Watch a portion of Glenn's monologue below.
WARNING: This video contains graphic images