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The overwhelming majority of human beings, left and right, are decent people. But there are always those who seem to have certain inhuman qualities. Like those who, after Glenn urged people to support tornado victims via a tweet, responded with hate tweets such as ‘Tell that racist Glenn Beck to go die’.
"But as I was trying to answer some of those tweets last night, it took everything in me to be good. Everything in me to be good," Glenn explained.
Why was it so hard? Check out some of the hate from the left:
But as Glenn said as he approached Oklahoma:
Those with eyes SEE: it only gets harder from here. LOVE. Practice it now. Let them use the water hose. YOU are MLK. Stand, speak. Love.— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) May 21, 2013
"You know, I don't know if I changed a single heart in any of those tweets, but if we all did it, if we all behaved that way and instead of writing those people and private messaging people like that, nasty, if we were always nice, believe me it makes a difference over time. But it doesn't have to be a long time. If we set ourselves apart from everyone else," Glenn said.