In an interview like none other, Glenn spoke with a woman who actually survived an abortion and has since surmounted unbelievable challenges throughout her life. On radio Friday, Glenn urged his listeners to watch it together with their families and kids.
"I literally was speechless. I didn't know what to say to her. I was in such awe of her," Glenn said.
We posted two complimentary clips of Glenn's interview with Giana Jessen earlier this week, showing how she forgave those involved and the shocking circumstances under which she met her birth mother.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: She is -- she is so remarkable. I want you to go find this interview. It's Wednesday's show on the Blaze TV. The Glenn Beck Program. Blaze TV. I want you to find it.
PAT: She's a woman who could really make a difference. Really make a difference.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. Like everybody was crying when they were listening to her and so moved.
PAT: Jeez. You were both crying in the interview.
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. I've never been -- I've never found myself in the presence of anyone speechless in a good way.
GLENN: To where I didn't know what to -- I literally was speechless.
PAT: She is profound.
PAT: And filled with such love. It's really --
GLENN: Oh, my gosh. When she talks about her mother. Did you get to the part to where she talks about her mother and when her mother came up?
GLENN: Came up at a book signing and said, "I'm your mother." And she said -- she didn't know what to do. She didn't know what to do. What to say. Just out-of-the-blue surprise. And she's like, "You probably want -- you probably think that I hate you, but I don't. I want you to know that I forgive you and I love you."
She said her mother went nuts. "I hate you. I hate you. You're the problem. You were always the problem." Just vitriolic hatred.
GLENN: And you hear her story all the way through her life, this woman is incredible. I literally have not met anybody like this ever before. And she had to get back on to a plane. And I asked her, I said, "Could you please come back?"
Now, it's hard for her to get around. She has a hard time walking. And she was like, "Oh, I would love to come back." And I said, "I just want to introduce you to the radio audience and spend an hour." Because I really wanted to introduce her to you guys, just as my friends. Whether she's on the air or not, she was remarkable. Remarkable. Please look this up. In fact, we'll post it on the front page of GlennBeck.com today.
PAT: Spelled G-I-A-N-N-A. Gianna Jessen.
GLENN: And the interview is unlike anything I've done before. In fact, our staff said -- Tiffany, who has been with me since CNN, she said, "It's the most powerful interview I've ever seen you do."
PAT: That's why I used it all.
STU: And that's why you had the nine minutes of commercials leading up because those were powerful commercials.
GLENN: Would you agree with that?
PAT: Yeah, it was fantastic.
GLENN: I literally was speechless. I didn't know what to say to her. I was in such awe of her.
STU: And in this climate too with everything we've been going through too with this topic.
GLENN: And no hatred. She has a reason to hate the world. She talked about how she was so blessed by cerebral palsy. I mean, it's amazing. This woman is truly amazing. Please watch that. Watch it with your family and your kids. It was Wednesday's show. Only at the Blaze TV. The Glenn Beck Television Program.