Glenn checked in on Tony Sanchez, survivor of the Orlando terror attack, to see how he was recovering on Thursday during The Glenn Beck Program.
When Glenn last spoke with Tony, he was minutes away from going into surgery. Listen to excerpts of that interview in the powerful video from Tuesday's episode of Dana below:
"You sound a little better than you did last week when we talked to you before you went into surgery. How did that go?" Glenn asked.
"Everything -- everything came out -- it came out good, thank God. I'm super positive about everything," Tony said.
His left arm remains shattered with ligaments detached, so another surgery is on the horizon.
"The next one is going to be the arm again because it's very, very, very bad." Tony shared.
In spite of the challenges facing him, Tony remains positive about his progress --- and Glenn may have figured out one reason why.
"Are you aware enough yet to watch the news and see how this is changing the course of our country?" Glenn asked.
"Nope. Not yet," Tony replied.
"You're not watching? Good. Don't watch it. You'll need more drugs. Yeah, you'll need more drugs. Don't watch it. It's a really good thing you're not watching it," Glenn said.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for Tony to cover medical expenses, hospital bills, food, counseling and anything the family may need. The original goal of $10K has been surpassed and more than $30K has been donated, thanks in part to Glenn Beck listeners.
"Go to GoFundMe and look for Tony Strong. We're up to, what, $34,000? So we'd love for you to help out if you would like to help him or any of the other victims in Orlando," Glenn said.
A GoFundMe campaign has also been established to support all shooting victims and their families. The campaign has raised more than $6 million, dwarfing GoFundMe's previous campaign record of just over $2 million.
Listen to this segment from The Glenn Beck Program:
Featured Image: Screenshot from The Glenn Beck Program featuring Tony Sanchez.