On radio Wednesday, Glenn talked about the experience two of his staff members had at the Texas State Fair last week. When they asked people to share their thoughts on politics, they couldn't get anyone who was voting for a Republican to go on camera - not once.
"The Hillary Clinton supporters, the Bernie Sanders supporters, they had no problem. They were loud and proud at the Texas State Fair," Glenn said.
What does this say about conservative voters? Are they scared? Ashamed? Something else?
"We have got to start speaking out. The people who change the world are not the ones who are like, 'I don't really want to say anything.' We've done that," Glenn said. "Don't do that. 'I don't want to cause any trouble, I don't want to say anything, I don't want to stick out.' No, shush. Now, speak out."
Listen to the segment or read the transcript below.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: Now, we went out -- we went out to the Texas State Fair. And we asked people, "Talk to us about politics. Talk to us who you're for." We couldn't get anybody that was voting for a Republican in Texas to go on camera with us. Not one.
The Hillary Clinton supporters, the Bernie Sanders supporters, they had no problem. They were loud and proud at the Texas State Fair.
Everybody that stood around made fun of those people. And then when our camera crew said, "You want to come on and talk about who you're for?" Oh, no, no, no.
And I saw the finished piece here just before I went on the air. And I said to the -- to the guys, I said, "What does that tell you?" And they said, "Well, you know, people for the conservatives here in Texas just don't want to go on camera."
GLENN: What does that tell you?
PAT: They don't trust the media. That's what it tells me. They don't trust anybody.
GLENN: Here's what it said to me. If you don't have the courage of your convictions to go on and say what you believe, we're in trouble. Because they were loud and proud. They come out, "Bernie Sanders. Woo!" Loud. No one else -- in the Texas State Fair, no one would come out and say anything.
JEFFY: Well, you just want to walk around the fair though and have a good day at the fair. You don't want people going, "Hey, there's that guy that voted for Ted Cruz. Ted Cruz sucks."
PAT: And my guess is they don't trust the media.
GLENN: I got news for you -- we have got to start speaking out though. We have got to start speaking out. The people who change the world are not the ones who are like, "I don't really want to say anything." We've done that. Pat, you and I have done that for our whole career. We learned our lesson a few years back. Don't do that. I don't want to cause any trouble. I don't want to say anything. I don't want to stick out. No, shush. Now, speak out.
We've got to start standing for what we believe. And if you don't know what you believe, you have to question with boldness, even the very existence of God, with honest questioning and find out what it is you believe and begin to stand.
Because tough times are coming. And as Newsweek said, we're all socialist now.