"Witness the Third Great Awakening!" - Glenn Beck brings the movement of peace and freedom into a new age

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On July 28th, over forty thousand people came from across the country to Dallas, TX to participate in the Restoring Love event. The slate of activities over three days included the conservative conference FreePAC, an evening of religious speakers at “Under God: Indivisible”, and the unprecedented “Day of Service” where attendees went out in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area to serve their fellow man. Mercury One, the charity organization that organized the week of activities, also loaded up over a dozen tractor trailers with food to be sent out to cities in need across the country. All of these events culminated in Saturday’s main event at Cowboys Stadium, an evening of music, history and inspiration that celebrated the service done over the week as well as what attendees could do to take these lessons back to their community in order to restore America.

The evening was marked by a shift in format and tone for Glenn. It was something he had never done before, and something that most were probably not expecting. His speech was spoken word, with music performances between each speech. Glenn was accompanied by composer Clyde Bawden.

The evening opened with a stirring rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” by Alex Boye, and soon Glenn was on stage welcoming the crowd.

“I wanted to tell you how we got here. Because when it started I didn’t know,” he told them.

He proceeded to run through the past three summers, reflecting on how the Restoring Honor, Restoring Courage, and Restoring Love events all fit together.

“To have honor, you must be true to God. Our rally in Washington was about prayer. To have honor, you must have faith,” he explained.

“Courage is critical if you want truth. We went to Israel because they have courage,” he explained.

He then turned to the night’s Restoring Love event.

“What is Love? It’s not just hugs and kisses. Love is service. Love is charity. To restore our purpose as a nation. To remember who we are. America is great because Americans are good. We don’t need somebody else to tell us how to give charity, how to show love. We know. We will be the shelter from the storm, so they won’t be alone.”

His opening remarks were followed by Matt Maher’s performance of “Hold Us Together”, the theme song for the event.

For two hours, Glenn spoke with musical performances woven in between his remarks. He spoke about the importance of history, of faith, and reconnecting with the past. He brought out historical documents and artifacts, including an exact replica of the Liberty Bell from Philadelphia and the color study of Arnold Friberg’s “Prayer at Valley Forge”.

And while it would be hard to top some of the amazing history that Glenn showcased during the event, the real highlight of the evening was the celebration of Friday’s “Day of Service” event.

After a moving montage of photos from the event accompanied by Rebecca Pfortmiller’s performance of “Look for the Silver Lining,” Glen took the stage for his keynote speech.

Read the full speech HERE

Anyone expecting a political rant or attacks against the administration would have been disappointed with the message Glenn delivered to his loyal fans.

The speech was in many ways the culmination of the new direction Glenn had taken since leaving mainstream cable news last year. Rather than rally the audience against something, Glenn advocated that they be for something. He called for them to reconnect with history, to go out and create art and music, and most importantly to serve their fellow man.

“Doesn’t it feel good to do the work? Just stop whining and roll up your sleeves!” he said.

“One million meals have just left the stadium. We’re feeding the hungry in 11 cities. There are churches that can worship again when it rains because we – YOU – put a roof up,” he said.

As Clyde Bawden played underneath his words, Glenn turned his attention to the culture.

“This whole event is about you. We did this for you. It’s about what you watch on TV it’s about your music, movies and school. It’s about your America, the America we are building for you. Right now,” he told the audience.

The focus on building America was a major theme in the speech, as he spoke of America as an inheritance, one that has to be understood, respected, cherished, and invested.

“The America we have today is what someone else created for us. We inherited America - this America - from our parents and grandparents.

“What we have, they built,” he said.

“We can’t be blamed for what they did wrong. And we can’t take credit for what they did right.”

“We didn’t fight their wars. We didn’t march with them. We didn’t build the schools. That was done for us. And we will do that for our children. That’s how an inheritance works.”

“You can’t control what you get from your parents, but you can shape what you leave behind. If you get an inheritance you can improve on it, or you can spend it.”

He continued, “We don’t have to spend our inheritance. We can build on it. Invest it. Improve it. Make it bigger and better. That’s your choice. It’s our choice. Our inheritance is America.”

Glenn charged the audience with a mission: to commit to making America better than it is today and to improve on the inheritance passed down to the next generation.

“Every generation of America faces this challenge,” Glenn told the audience. “Those who have failed, failed because they waited for someone else to act.”

Glenn said people need to make a choice: are you an American who liked to be pushed, or an American who wants to push themselves.

“I think there are two kinds of Americans. Those who like to be pushed. And those who push themselves. Those who see our problems and refuse to see our blessings. And those who see our problems as our blessings,” he explained.

Glenn spoke of men throughout history who have been Americans that “pushed themselves”. Men like Lincoln, Washington, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

He also spoke of baseball player Honus Wagner, who didn’t smoke and when a cigarette ad was placed on his baseball card, he stopped production because he didn’t want kids buying cigarettes to get his card.

“He didn’t want his name next to something he opposed,” Glenn said. “He refused to bend.

As he came to a close, Glenn spoke of Americans willingness and desire to help one another, if only given the opportunity without regulatory interference.

“We are not a selfish people. We are selfless. You are the living proof of this. You are living proof that Americans are good. Americans are still people of action. Americans want freedom. Americans want justice. We want love.”

“And here’s the thing: There are millions of you. Millions just like you. Millions ready to act. Ready to take up the struggle. Ready to commit, to activate, to live it, to create and to restore love to America.”

“We will not let go. We will not give up,” Glenn said.

“I know this: America is not done.”

“And if you are watching this broadcast in a distant foreign land and looking for American weakness. Looking for surrender. Look at this crowd! And know that we are putting you on notice.”

“Witness the Third Great Awakening! Your time has passed, and our time has just begun!”

“Let this be the beginning. Commit and declare it for all to hear. For those who count us out - are counting on one weekend of action, one weekend of speeches, one weekend, one day - let this be the first of many.”

“It’s not over. We have not yet begun to restore ourselves and reclaim our country.”

Glenn closed the speech reading from the Gettysburg address:

The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us -- that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion -- that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain -- that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom -- and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

“That is our charge. That is our duty. That is our blessing,” Glenn said. “With malice toward none and charity toward all.”

“Let us tonight restore love - for love will hold us together. Love will make us a shelter from the storm. I will be my brother’s keeper.”

“The world will know once again that they are not alone. The Americans again have arrived. With honor, courage, and love.”

As he ended his speech, Glenn was joined on stage by all of the evenings performers: Alex Boye, Kalai, Kevin Kern, Kari Jobe, Kim Harley, Clyde Bawden and Matt Maher for an explosive reprise of “Hold Us Together”.

Chloe Cole says she began to be "brainwashed" by the gender ideology she saw all over social media when she was only 11 years old. By the time she turned 13, Chloe was convinced that she was a boy, and her parents didn't know how to respond. So they turned to the so-called "experts," who rushed Chloe into life-altering hormone treatments and surgeries. Not only did these experts give "no alternatives" to transitioning, but they lied to Chloe's parents behind her back to scare them into compliance.

Chloe joined "The Glenn Beck Podcast" to share her heartbreaking experience and to expose the dark world of “gender-affirming care,” which she believes no teen should ever be subject to — from hormone blockers to mastectomies: "This is all wrong. I regret every single step, and this shouldn't have happened."

She also had a warning for parents about what led her to make those decisions in the first place, and she provided some key advice on how to react compassionately to situations like hers.

Watch the full podcast with Chloe Cole below:

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Nearly two years after the January 6 riot at the Capitol, the mystery of who planted two pipe bombs outside the Republican and Democratic National Committee offices remains unsolved. Thankfully, the bombs were found and disabled before they could cause any harm, but with their potential for devastating consequences — not to mention the massive investigations into all things relating to Jan.6 — why does it seem like this story has practically fallen off the face of the earth?

No one in the corporate media has even tried to look into it, and the government's narrative that the bombs were meant to be a diversion for the Capitol riot doesn't make sense when you look at the timeline of events.

So, on this week's episode of "Glenn TV," Glenn Beck broke down the timeline of events that led up to the discovery of the bombs and how the facts appear to point toward one sinister conclusion:

  • Security footage reportedly shows that the two pipe bombs were planted in front of the DNC and RNC the day before the riot.
  • Neither bomb was concealed.
  • Then-Vice President-elect Kamala Harris entered the DNC headquarters at approximately 11: 30 am on January 6.
  • At approximately 12:40 pm on January 6, the first pipe bomb was discovered sitting in plain sight outside the DNC headquarters, raising questions as to why the incoming vice president didn't have better security.
  • The pipe bomb had a one-hour kitchen timer that had apparently stopped with 20 minutes left on the timer. (Remember, the bombs were planted on January 5.)
  • The Secret Service reportedly erased their communications from January 5t and January 6 by "accident."

"It doesn't really hit you unless you look at it as a timeline, and then you're like, 'wait a minute that doesn't seem right.' The unsolved mystery of the pipe bomb has been used by the government to show that January 6 riot was part of a larger coordinated attack ... that the bombs were a diversion to get the Capitol police away from the Capitol," Glenn explained.

"But the bomb had a one-hour timer and it was planted at 8 p.m. the night before. So the bomb would have to go off the night before at about 9 p.m. on January 5. How's that a diversion? It's not physically even possible."

Watch the video clip below to hear more or find the full episode of "Unsolved Mysteries: 7 Deep-State SECRETS Biden Wants Buried" here.


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The Biden administration has weaponized the federal government against the American people. But officials have hidden most of their attacks behind a secretive and cavernous bureaucracy.

There are so many unsolved mysteries that Joe Biden and the Democrats not only refuse to answer, but in some cases appear as though they are ACTIVELY trying to cover up. Like what happened on January 6? Who is Ray Epps? Who planted the pipe bombs? What’s in Biden’s executive order on elections? What happened to the SCOTUS Dobbs leaker? What’s the COVID origin story? What’s happening with crypto, FTX, and the Central Bank Digital Currency?

These are just a few of the unsolved mysteries that we need to DEMAND answers on. On his Wednesday night special, Glenn Beck outlines a chalkboard that will leave you convinced the DOJ and FBI are LYING to the American people. The more secrets the Deep State holds, the more its power over us grows.

Watch the full episode of "Glenn TV" below:

Unsolved Mysteries: 7 Deep-State SECRETS Biden Wants Buried | Glenn TV | Ep 238

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