Glenn was having one of those days on radio Friday, when the antics of the progressive left brought his frustration to its boiling point.
While discussing a recent story of a professor who yelled at a reporter to "forget about the First Amendment" and then called for "thugs" and "muscle" to drive home her point, Glenn said it's time for the conservative right to organize.
"We're not a nation of men and women anymore. We're worms," Glenn said. "Where's your spine, America?"
He went on to say the left will continue to win unless people begin to use finances and culture to make an actual difference.
"The time has come for boycotts," he said.
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GLENN: We must begin to organize.
And if I hear one more wealthy billionaire that is telling me, "Well, what am I going to get out of this?" I have spoken to I don't know how many billionaires and said, "You know what needs to happen, you need to funnel your money with about four other billionaires. And you need to do a Tides Foundation. You need to build it exactly like they built it." Because that's what they did -- when the tide was going against them in the 1980s and they realized, "Oh, crap, we're done," they went and they put a plan together with some of the biggest amounts of money that were on the planet at the time, the best minds. They developed a system. And they said, "We have to target corporations. We need to put our people on the board of directors of corporations." Why do you think American Airlines doesn't advertise on this show?
STU: Because you trashed them on the air like 500 times.
GLENN: Yeah, that's a bad example.
GLENN: The reason why American Express is not on this show and yet American Express gives a ton of money to Planned Parenthood is because their people from the Tides Foundation or friends with people on the Tides Foundation are on their board of directors. That's why.
They did their work to infiltrate the corporations. We did nothing. We say, "We're going to win the intellectual." We never even aim for the heart. We say we're going to win the intellectual. But we never aim where the wallet is. You get to people by hurting them in the wallet or by touching their heart. We're unwilling to do either of those.
And where the intellectuals are, we're not allowed to even go. So you're not winning in the university either. How do you win? Explain that. You have to hit them in the wallet, and you have to hit them in the heart.
All we're doing is we're preaching to the choir on talk radio. Yeah, I know. All those millennials are rushing to listen to us on talk radio. Culture. Wallet. Heart. Have to do it or you lose.