"They are being hunted and killed," Glenn said. Then he told listeners what he plans to do about it.
I don't know about you. I'm going to the funeral on Friday in Houston. Now, I happen to be here and I happen to have a job that I can leave and go and support the family. Most people can't. And most people are looking for, what can I do? I want to support our police. What can I do? May I suggest that that's what we talk about here for the first hour? May I suggest we try to figure out what we can do? I've had my team on it all night. What can we do?
We talked about doing a march. Well, there's a park that's 2 miles down the road, and it's too far for people to walk. I can't get the parade permits because I have to have permits to do it. We called the church. The church is overwhelmed. This is the Second Baptist Church in Houston. It is a large, large church. They're overwhelmed. They don't know how many thousands of people are going to show up.
They asked us, "please, please don't. Don't. Because we don't know about parking. We don't know what to do."
So what can we do? I was in the hallway just a few minutes ago and I said, why don't we just have a virtual meeting? Why don't we have a virtual prayer meeting? Why don't we just get all of the people from all around the country to pray for our country?
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