Is Glenn really leaving the Republican party? Bill O'Reilly didn't think so, and he invited Glenn onto the show to explain why he was leaving and what he really believed. Despite being challenged by O'Reilly, Glenn stuck to his principles. He explained the ways the Republican establishment had failed the American people, why a Jeb Bush run for president is doomed to failure, and why he supports small government conservatives over blindly following the parties.
"I don't believe you are leaving the Republican Party because you like Ted Cruz, you are going to vote for Ted Cruz if he gets the nomination," Bill told Glenn.
"I would vote for Ted Cruz but that's different than the party," Glenn said. "I'm not just giving my money to the party anymore because the party right now is attacking people like Ted Cruz. There are more slings and arrows coming from the Republican Party against Ted Cruz than there is outside of the Republican Party."
"People are tired of playing the game," Glenn continued. "You know, I made a little list as I was watching you last week. I made a little list. They surrendered on the abortion bill, surrendered on executive orders on illegal immigration, common core. They helped push through $3.5 trillion in deficits this last year. They won't fight Obamacare. They voted to confirm Katz Unstein (ph). They thwarted the bill on the NSA data collection. They're still not doing anything on Benghazi. They haven't done anything on the targeting of conservatives with the IRS. They haven't done anything on the VA. They also threw an election against Chris McDaniels to Thad Cochran. They actually went to the Democrats and played the race card. I mean, I can get that from Hillary Clinton's people."
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