Should you be so fortunate as to speak with a white nationalist, there are some basic do's and don'ts to follow. Glenn kicked off his radio program Monday morning with a quick training session.
"Nazis, Nazis, Nazis. It's an all Nazi morning. We have some unbelievable audio. Technology is great, man. Technology is great. Everybody is making podcasts. So there's somebody who has a podcast and decided to have the head of the American Nazi Party on. And you have to hear this audio because the Nazis are now saying, 'It's time for us. We can go mainstream right now.' Uh-huh. Listen to this," Glenn said.
The interviewer took the unfortunate path of mumbling in agreement, prompting Glenn to offer free training on how to interview a Nazi. The key is avoiding the appearance of agreement by uttering words and sounds such as: uh-huh, yes, mmm hmmm, absolutely and okay.
"So, if I may, let's do a little class here. We have Ned the Nazi (played by Stu) on from northern Wisconsin and Pat (played by Pat) from Pat's Patio Podcast, every Saturday, doing the interview. I'll show you where this guy went wrong," Glenn said.
PAT: Hi. Let's go to . . .
NED THE NAZI: I'm a real big -- hello?
PAT: Yes. Well, first of all, I was going to -- you know, I got to go to you first.
"Okay. This is sloppy. For those of you who are doing radio, this is very sloppy," Glenn said.
"Yeah, very sloppy," Pat agreed.
NED THE NAZI: Is it time for me to talk now?
PAT: Ned the Nazi, go ahead. You're on Pat's Potty -- Patio Podcast.
NED THE NAZI: One important thing I think we need to point out to people is that many people are not white.
NED THE NAZI: And, therefore, terrible.
PAT: Okay, uh-huh.
"Okay, this is where you would not say as a host, 'Okay.' You don't reinforce what the Nazi just said," Glenn said.
NED THE NAZI: Why do we have people who are not white here?
PAT: Uh-huh, right. Okay, absolutely, absolutely.
"Again, mistake," Glenn said.
PAT: Yeah, good point.
NED THE NAZI: Why do we allow them -- why allow them to be here?
PAT: Excellent, excellent.
NED THE NAZI: When we can put them over there.
"Again, if you're hosting a Nazi, you might not want to say, 'Good point, absolutely, I see what you're saying'" Glenn advised.
For additional tips from Glenn --- like how to stop the left from dividing us into groups and pitting us against each other --- listen to the full segment below.
Featured Image: An American Nazi party member arrives carrying a Nazi flag for an American Nazi rally at Valley Forge National Park September 25, 2004 in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. Hundreds of American Nazis from around the country were expected to attend. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)