On last night's TV show, Glenn delivered a fiery monologue intended to wake up people - especially Christians - who are outraged over "persecution" happening in America but stay silent on the genocide taking place in the Middle East. Why do people organize in support of Chick-Fil-A when they come under fire from the left, but don't stand up for the Christians being beheaded by the Islamic State? Is the so-called "gender pay gap" really a "war on women", or is it the women forced to cover themselves head-to-toe every time they leave the house?
"Ground zero, real religious persecution, is not here. Ground zero for the war on women, not here. I mean sure, we do have contraception. Abortions aren’t free yet. I know. I know. The bogus $0.77 on a dollar thing, no. You want to know where real persecution is happening? Over in the Middle East," Glenn said.
"So, where are the cute little feminists standing up for all those who are forced to marry, cover their faces, forced to sew their private parts closed, the subjects of stoning for not obeying their Islamic law which allows them to not walk outside without a man, you know, all those great things? Where are the feminists standing for the women suffering under the accepted systematic rape and brutalization of Muslim women? I hate Muslims? No, a lot of Muslims apparently hate Muslim women.
"Where are we? Where are the Christians who are outraged when someone disses their favorite chicken sandwich restaurant? Oh, they line up. Christians boldly profess their faith getting beheaded, but I’ve got to be there for Chick-fil-A.
"All lives matter, all of them. Black lives, white lives, blue lives, female lives, American lives, Middle Eastern lives, Muslim lives, Christian lives, atheist lives, homosexual lives, all lives matter. Tell me the Darwinian theory is right when a guy on TV has to say that. Ground zero for injustice is not America, so let’s see if we can raise awareness for the truly least of these, our brothers, and fulfill our promise never again is now."