Glenn has been saying for a long time now that progressives will eventually stop pretending and just come out and say what they believe. That time is here.
During an interview over Alabama's gay marriage laws, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo told Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore that "our rights do not come from God".
"If you remember, I said at one point, they are just going to come out and say these things. We will get so far removed from reality, and we'll be so confused and so in darkness that people are just going to start saying it, yeah, that's the way it is," Glenn said.
Here's how the key moment in the interview went:
Moore: I believe that's a matter of law because our rights contained in the Bill of Rights do not come from the Constitution. They come from God. It's clearly stated --
Cuomo: Our laws do not come from God. They come from man.
Moore: Let me ask you one question, Chris. Is the Declaration of Independence law?
Cuomo: You would call it organic law as a basis for future laws.
Moore: I would call it the organic law, because the United States code calls it organic law. It is organic law was the law of this country calls it the organic law of a country means where our rights come from. If they come from there, men can't take them away.
Cuomo: Our rights do not come from God. That's your faith. That's my faith, but that is not our country. Collective agreement and compromise.
Glenn did not say that he agreed with everything Moore was saying in the interview, but he wanted people to focus on what Cuomo said and the lack of attention his comments are getting in the news.
Watch the interview unfold below via Raw Story, the relevant portion comes 13 minutes in:
Get Glenn's analysis below: