With a studio audience on set Thursday night, Glenn introduced two members of his staff he believes have great potential, who can reach people he can't reach - Millennials.
"We have to understand that people have different languages," Glenn said. "We have maybe the same heart, we have the same principles, but we don’t necessarily speak the same language."
Glenn told viewers to keep an eye out for videos with Lawrence Jones and Audrea Taylor, directed to Millennials, coming out next week.
On a related note, Glenn mentioned the first movie he's going to put out is going to be all done in Spanish, adding, "We have to start speaking other people’s language not expecting them to understand our language."
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GLENN: I just want to talk to you guys about how the millennials are not—you’re action oriented, which is different. I grew up having a system. You had to go through the system. You had to get these things done. There is no system for millennials anymore. You see it, you just go. That’s a huge difference. Isn’t it?
LAWRENCE: It is. I think the young people today, they just want to be a part of something. They want something to say that I changed this. I want to be a part of this. I see this happening, and I need to go, just go. A part of what we’re doing is, Audrea and I, is making sure that young people see issues that they may not understand, they just need the information but not how Glenn does it sometimes or how like you do it or the more seasoned.
AUDREA: I think that’s really the key of what we’re getting at, when you connect the dots for millennials of what’s happening in the world and then you connect that to this is how we make a difference, this is how we change the world. Millennials want to make a difference, but we don’t understand what’s happening. Our passion and our heart and what you’ll see on Monday is we want to connect the dots for millennials because I will tell you there is hope for the millennial generation. That’s the key for our nation and for the world because we have these compassionate hearts, and we’re action oriented. We want to make a difference, and we will.
GLENN: Yeah, you need to have the facts. Explain what we’re going to release on Monday.
LAWRENCE: We’re going to release three videos. The first is going to be on the Iran deal. A lot of young people see it on TV, but they really don’t know what it’s about. Then the next is going to be on Planned Parenthood, giving them the facts on why was Planned Parenthood really founded. Who are the key players behind Planned Parenthood? Is it really true that it was founded by Margaret Sanger, who definitely hated anybody that wasn’t white? We’re going to give them that information, and then Audrea, what’s the last one?
AUDREA: The last one is on the clock kid, the bomb kid. What we’re doing is we’re taking these issues, and we’re breaking them down in short videos, all the facts you need to know about them. These are things that live online. They’re short. They’re concise. We need to communicate to the millennial generation the way we communicate, and so we’re really excited about breaking down these issues and doing that.
GLENN: Are these going to be on TheBlaze or GlennBeck.com?
LAWRENCE: TheBlaze is sharing, but it will mostly be on GlennBeck.com.
GLENN: Okay, these two are my little lambs. I am trying to shepherd them without affecting them at all because I think that they have—why do you laugh at that?
LAWRENCE: It’s too late.
AUDREA: We’ve already been affected.
GLENN: Infected would be a better word. I just think you have such great potential, and you guys can reach people that I can’t reach. You just speak a different language. We understand through—once Jesus left and the apostles were like okay, now? Now? He’s like no, I’m going to send something. Just wait. I’m going to send something to you. What he’d sent was the spirit that changed their language.
We have to understand that, that people have different languages. As we talked before we went on the air today, our first movie that we’re going to put out, we think is going to be the first one, is going to be all done in Spanish. It’s because we don’t speak the same language. We just don’t speak the same language. We have maybe the same heart, we have the same principles, but we don’t necessarily speak the same language. We have to start speaking other people’s language, not expecting them to understand our language,