Glenn avoided the news as much as possible while on Thanksgiving vacation, but he did keep up with a few big stories, most importantly the protests in Ferguson. Without the radio show to discuss his opinions, Glenn took to Facebook, where he came across one of the most powerful messages on Ferguson he had seen. It came from a man named Jonathan Gentry, a minister who criticized the black community for rioting after the shooting of Michael Brown. The video went viral in August shortly after the shooting occurred, but it's more relevant than ever now that Ferguson has once again erupted into violence.
"This is not helping," Gentry exclaimed. "Change isn't going to come until we change it. All we know how to do is march and riot and loot. This is not helping. What you are out here doing is not helping."
"I'm going to tell you what you need to hear, opposing to what you want to hear. All we know to do is blame the police and white folks for our actions. That's all we know how to do, blame white folks. They beating on us. Oh, slavery still exists. I'm sick of it. I'm sick of it."
"This guy is fantastic," Glenn said. "I see this video on YouTube over the weekend, and I had the staff reach out. So we're flying him in today. He's going to be in for the studio tonight at 5:00. Jonathan Gentry is his name, and you want some truth? I think this guy gives you truth, in a very entertaining way."
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