Glenn spoke at two rallies in Iowa this weekend while endorsing Ted Cruz. At both events, one line got a huge reaction from the audience.
The crowd exploded in applause at the first rally. The second rally, though, was another story. What Glenn said brought the crowd to their feet.
"I didn't think I could get the people to sit back down," Glenn recalled. "I actually walked back and just stood there for a minute."
So what was the line that garnered so much reaction?
"Hillary Clinton should be in prison."
Not one station carried it. Not one single newspaper reported it. Not one website covered it.
Enjoy this complimentary clip from The Glenn Beck Program:
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: So I will tell you that the number one line in the speeches that I gave this weekend in Iowa that all the press was there, they recorded the entire thing, not one of them carried it. Not one single newspaper reported it. Not one website reported it. Biggest line, second time I gave it. Standing ovation, long. Second time I gave it. I didn't think I could get the people to sit back down. I actually walked back and just stood there for a minute. It was this.
We have to start telling each other the truth. And let me start on the simple truth. And here's the simple truth: Hillary Clinton should be in prison.
Okay. Standing ovation. Huge.
GLENN: That's a controversial statement. That's a flame-throwing -- that's red meat statement for the press. They love that stuff. How dare you say that. Not one of them reported on it.
PAT: Because it's too true.
GLENN: It's too true. They know it's too true.
PAT: They don't want you to look into why. They don't want any discussion about it.
GLENN: Nope. Nope.
Featured Image: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton applauds during the CNN Town Hall at Drake University in Des Moines , Iowa, January 25, 2016, ahead of the Iowa Caucus. AFP PHOTO / JIM WATSON / AFP / JIM WATSON (Photo credit should read JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)