Indiana voters have a pivotal role in today's primary election. Ted Cruz joined Glenn on The Glenn Beck Program to discuss their clear choice at the polls.
"[Donald Trump] is a big government liberal. And he is perpetrating the greatest fraud in the modern history of politics. The people who are supporting him are good people. The people who are supporting him are frustrated. They're angry with Washington. They're angry with having been lied to over and over again. And Donald Trump is cynically taking advantage of them, cynically exploiting them. And I will tell you, right now, it is the people of Indiana who are the only thing that stands between us and the abyss," Cruz said.
Glenn reminded listeners to join him in prayer and fasting today.
"I hope that there are people that are fasting and praying today. I started my fast last night and my prayer. And I ask you, if you haven't, just skip a meal and pray today. But pray for protection of our country. Not for a specific outcome, but our country does not lose the covenant that we've always had with God. Because I think we're truly on the abyss," Glenn said.
Cruz took the opportunity to point out a specific distinction between himself and Donald Trump.
"If you're in Indiana or anywhere else, do you want a president who views with scorn anyone who believes in prayer? Who mocks and ridicules, uses it as a laugh line, that Glenn Beck would dare say he would fast and pray . . . shows the man is a lunatic because, you know, in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, nobody prays. That is the view of the Trump campaign: Prayer is for the weak," Cruz said. "You think Obama has been bad with the contempt he has heaped on Christians. You ain't seen nothing yet compared to Donald J. Trump."
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Featured Image: Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) greets people during a campaign stop at the Bravo Cafe on May 2, 2016 in Osceola, Indiana. Cruz continues to campaign leading up to the state of Indiana's primary day on Tuesday. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)