A movement has begun.
During his radio program Thursday, Glenn announced a new "Action Page" on his website --- launched several weeks earlier than originally planned, due to the San Bernardino attack.
"If you happen to believe the things that I do, you have two choices. You can either get angry," Glenn said. "Or you can say, 'the reason why our country is melting down is because we have lost our way as people and we need to hang on to each other.'"
He then called for action, saying, "We need to be the first responders ourselves."
Glenn introduced Audrea Taylor, who talked about empowering people through "Unity Groups," designed to help people unite and take action in their communities.
"Unity groups are centered around uniting around the principles that are self-evident truths," Audrea said. "They're the first responders in communities. So when tragedy strikes, as we saw yesterday in California, we believe that locals, us on the local level, responding in service and love, is the best way for us to respond."
Within an hour of launching the page, more than 45 groups had already joined on the site.
For more information on how to get involved, visit GlennBeck.com/Action .