Perhaps the biggest tragedy of the Orlando terrorist attack is that it could have been stopped. As usual, the warning signs were ignored.
"Did you hear that the Mouse Police had warned the FBI about the shooter? You know, he had been casing several places, including [Pulse], but he also was casing Disney. Now, Disney, can you imagine the security protocols that Disney has to make sure none of this has happened since 2001," Glenn asked. "I mean, you go in and you start shooting people at Disney World or Disneyland, and it's a totally different world. And they know it. So Disney police are good."
Yet even an April warning from Disney --- which followed previous warnings from the shooter's co-workers --- failed to alarm FBI officials enough to detain Mateen and stop the attack at Pulse.
"We have a problem with the FBI, and I don't think it's the local guys, I really don't. I think there has been a management change," Glenn said.
The FBI's report on the complaints against Mateen concluded that the people reporting on him were bigots and racists.
"So they did their investigation on him and came out and said, 'You know what, I'm sorry you have to deal with all these racists at work.' I personally think that this administration comes into it with that bias."
Has the Obama administration given a top-down order and tied the hands of FBI agents on the ground?
"You can't look at certain things, you can't say certain things, you can't be trained about certain things on Islam, I think there is such a bias against the people, in favor of a possible extremist," Glenn speculated.
The Obama administration has shown again and again they protect the rights of extremists and ideologists over regular American citizens.
"They're coming in with a bias against people who are calling and saying, "Hey, I think there's something suspicious," Glenn said.
"The problem with this whole conversation is we're not talking about what really matters: A, we've moved past the people who are still having surgery, like Tony, who is still in the, 'I got to fight. I got to live. I love my family, and God's got a plan for me' mode. We just blew by all of that, and we went to a narrative of, 'Is this anti-gay?'"
The shooter reportedly said 'Allahu Akbar' while carrying out the attack. The shooter reportedly called 911 during the attack and said, 'This is dedicated to ISIS.' The shooter reportedly posted to Facebook the day of the attack, pledging allegiance to the leader of ISIS and vowing more attacks.
"We're not really even having that conversation. We are actually talking about taking the rights away from law-abiding citizens. Donald Trump, 'our champion,' is saying that he's going to talk to the NRA and the NRA has got to compromise on the no-fly list," Glenn said.
The real conversation we should be having is about Islamic extremists --- and they're devotion to killing anyone that doesn't agree with them. Because it is about Islam.
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Featured Image: In this handout image provided by Disney Parks, fireworks light the sky over Cinderella Castle during the Grand Opening of New Fantasyland at Walt Disney World Resort December 6, 2012 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. (Photo by Gene Duncan/Disney Parks via Getty Images)