On radio Tuesday, Glenn told listeners about an email he received from Rep. Louie Gohmert, announcing what he would do if the House and Senate continue to treat the Iran treaty as a treaty. In the email, Gohmert said he'd be willing to sacrifice the one thing he has left besides his integrity.
"I feel so compelled to do absolutely everything I can to derail this president's drastic move towards a nuclear holocaust," Glenn quoted from Gohmert's email.
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GLENN: I just got an email from Louie Gohmert. He said, last week I announced to the world if the House and Senate will treat Iran -- the Iran treaty as a treaty, I will not run for my congressional seat again. It's the only thing that I have left that our leadership wants beside my integrity. And after last week that I spent in Egypt, I feel so compelled to do absolutely everything I can to derail this president's drastic move towards a nuclear holocaust. I won't run again if the House voted on my attached resolution and the Senate voted on ratification.
We have to get him on. This is a really big deal now. I just --
STU: Although I'd hate for the consequence to be Louie Gohmert not in Congress.
GLENN: I've talked to a couple of these guys. I've talked to a couple of these senators and congressmen who said, too far gone. Good guys, really big guys too, that have said, too far gone. I cannot be a part of this any longer. It's far worse than it was when the Democrats had control, and I can't do it anymore.
Pray for our nation. We're at a crossroads, and it's time we stand and stand together and know what we're standing for. It's beyond the Constitution at this point.
Featured Image: Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) heads for a House Republican caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol October 4, 2013 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)