Our values and principles --- everything the United States was built on --- have been corrupted. The 2016 Democratic National Convention has cemented the fundamental transformation of America.
"We are now a socialist-style nation, and the Democrats want to take it into full-fledged Marxism, socialism," Glenn said on his radio program Tuesday. "Remember, just a few years ago, it was racist to call somebody a socialist. Bernie Sanders was on stage last night, declaring himself to be a socialist."
To maintain this transformation, one thing is required: silence.
"To keep that corruption going, you have to silence the media, you have to silence anybody who speaks out against it --- and you use political correctness," Glenn said. "You silence those who oppose you by calling them racist or whatever."
Those who don't fall in line get shouted down.
"If they won't shut up by trying to silence them kindly, you have to shout them down. And then the next thing is, you shoot. And we're seeing this with Black Lives Matter," Glenn said.
Glenn went on to explain how political correctness leads to anger, which leads to one of two things: chaos and destruction or unity. That's exactly where we are right now. Both parties are crying out for unity, but it's impossible without principles.
"If you know your principles, you will have unity. You'll have something strong enough to get you through political correctness and anger and shouting and shooting. You will have enough honor and courage and love to get to unity," Glenn said.
If we choose to silently go the path of chaos and destruction, it will lead to one thing: slavery.
"It's that old loop, you know, first the people are in slavery. And then they find their principles and they find their God and then they find their courage and they stand up and they're free and then they start sliding back into apathy and they're slaves again. That's this system," Glenn said. "When you get to chaos and destruction, you've lost everything."
The next step in the human circle of life is finding principles, finding God. You find the things that are really important and stand for them.
"One way or another, we can either go with honor, courage, love and unity, and we'll be okay. Or we can go with corruption, political correctness, anger, destruction and chaos," Glenn said. "But in the end, we make it to the same place."
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