Strength and courage are in short supply these days but there are some willing to take the heat.
"This is a time where we have to start holding up people of courage and people who are brave because they are in the minority," Glenn said Thursday on The Glenn Beck Program.
Katrina Jorgensen is one such person. Formerly the National Communications Chair for the Young Republicans, Jorgensen joined the program to talk about why she recently resigned her post, taking a stand against Donald Trump.
"When you saw Donald Trump start to win... what starts to make you worry, what brings you to this decision this week?" Glenn asked.
"After Indiana, when it seemed that --- other candidates had dropped out --- there was no hope for a brokered convention, which is what I wanted," Jorgensen said. "I started to very seriously think, what is the best decision for me moving forward, not just for my career or politics in general, but what decision could I live with?"
Jorgensen is now being accused of ostensibly supporting Hillary Clinton, a predicament familiar to Glenn.
"I've heard a lot of that online since I posted my resignation letter. People telling me that by choosing to resign, I was voting for Hillary, indirectly --- even if I didn't go in a ballot box and vote for her," Jorgensen said.
"And how do you deal with it? How do you respond?" Glenn asked.
"Well, there has been an equal number of positive responses as well and people who appreciated me standing on principle," Jorgensen said.
Hypothetically, if Trump were to win and become an amazing president, would Jorgensen fall in line?
"I would have to stand up and say I was wrong for sure. I would definitely eat my words. But I can't really imagine that happening based on everything he's said up to this point," Jorgensen said.
What about Trump's statements has bothered Jorgensen?
"I very much worry that there would be a suspension of the Constitution and that he would change the way that we do things," Jorgensen said. "But obviously, the biggest issue would be the breakdown in the way that our country was founded... I think that there is a lot of similarities to him and certain dictatorships, at least in his rhetoric."
Jorgensen dedication to party over principles is something to be admired.
"I have tremendous respect for you, Katrina. I really do. It takes a lot of guts. I know the kind of heat you're getting," Glenn said. "But I really respect you and applaud you for taking a very bold stand and following your principles over anything else."
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Featured Image: Katrina Jorgensen, former National Communications Chair for the Young Republicans, featured on The Glenn Beck Program, May 26, 2016.