A group of Muslim refugees was caught attempting to enter a sanctuary country by posing as Christians, Glenn told Megyn Kelly during Fox News' The Kelly File Thursday night, expressing disdain for the poor vetting process for refugees "being jammed down everybody's throat in the West."
He explained the way team vets persecuted Christians from the Middle East is "far superior to the United States, the U.N. or the E.U."
"All you have to do is ask the pastors and the priests, 'Do you know these people? How long have they been Christians?' Because there are zero Christians that are members of ISIS," Glenn said.
Glenn also gave an update on the rescue efforts made possible by the Nazarene Fund, which has raised over $12 million to rescue persecuted Christians in the Middle East.
"Our first plane of Iraqi Christians has just landed, and it is in Slovakia," Glenn said. "We are thrilled that they are safe."
At another point in the interview, Megyn went over some poll results showing Donald Trump leading the pack of GOP presidential candidates. She pointed out the polls were taken before his remarks about banning Muslims from entering the U.S.
To that, Glenn warned "seeds of discontent" will lead to the the rise of a demagogue-type leader saying, "I will solve your problems for you."
If it's not Donald Trump, Glenn said, the next guy will be worse. He went on to call for a return to the Constitution to prevent a repeat of history.
"Remember, in the progressive world of Woodrow Wilson, we rounded up Germans. In the progressive world of FDR, we rounded up Japanese," Glenn said. "In the progressive world of today, we will round up Muslims if we don't stop, take a breath and look at what we really, truly believe."