Obama recently spoke to a predominately black audience on Capitol Hill, saying low black voter turnout would be an "insult to my legacy." Glenn challenged listeners to call in and defend Obama's statement, if they could.
While not a defense, caller Jordan from Missouri made a spot-on comparison:
I don't want to hear it anymore from white conservatives saying that, you know, the black population just always votes against our interests. I'm sorry. White conservatives do the same thing.
Jordan noted how establishment Republicans have done nothing for their conservative constituents in decades while demanding their votes every election season.
"You know, when I saw this, I didn't put those together. I'm glad you did. That's an interesting point," Glenn said.
Jordan also had plenty to say about his generation and the future of the Republican Party.
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Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: Jordan would like to defend President Obama. Hello, Jordan.
CALLER: Hello, I'm just going with Stu's point. Glenn, to be honest, besides your show and Pat & Stu -- every other -- well, virtually every main conservative talk show radio host is doing the same thing. You know, the Republican Party has done nothing but hurt conservatives over the past 25 years, and they're demanding you must come out and support in record numbers Donald Trump or else Hillary Clinton will get in.
PAT: That's a good point.
CALLER: They're doing the same thing.
PAT: That's tough to argue with.
GLENN: You know, when I saw this, I didn't put those together. I'm glad you did. That's an interesting point.
CALLER: So I just -- I don't want to hear it anymore from white conservatives saying that, you know, the black population just always votes against our interests. I'm sorry. White conservatives do the same thing.
PAT: And would you have ever said that before this year?
CALLER: Oh, no, no.
PAT: No, I wouldn't have either.
CALLER: I'm a millennial. And I don't think people understand how much damage this is doing to my generation. I don't want to vote Republican anymore. I'm a Libertarian conservative, and this has just thrown everything out the window.
GLENN: I will tell you, Jordan, I was having a conversation with somebody just this weekend on that. What people don't understand is there such a shift -- generational shift that the Republicans are thinking short-term, win this election. They don't have any freaking clue as to what's happening in the next generation. And this is a -- you want to talk about building a wall. This election is a wall that I don't think millennials will ever be able to hurdle. They will never -- they don't want to hurdle it. They don't want to climb over it.
GLENN: It has made this -- you remember in the 1970s, there was a difference between like the Honda Civic and the big, huge, like, Pontiac Bonnevilles. Honda Civics are now, strangely, even though they're Bonnevilles, they're strangely the Democratic Party. They're cooler -- the Republicans have become the Pontiac Bonneville, 1972, 1978: Completely unrelatable.
CALLER: Well, Glenn, this also isn't just politics. Even spiritually and religiously -- I mean, I'm a very church-going person.
GLENN: I know. I know.
CALLER: But to see the churches come out and support Donald Trump, I mean, it hurts millennials trust of even organized religion.
GLENN: I know.
CALLER: And so just people don't understand what my generation is looking at this, and how it will kill the Republican Party long-term, like Ben Shapiro says.
GLENN: I know. I will tell you, Jordan, I am so glad that you are listening to this program. I am so glad that you called in.
You are exactly right. It is the next step in everything you thought you could trust has become liquid. Everything -- the churches that are playing the old game. There is a mind -- there is a mind shift, a paradigm shift of thinking that people need to understand. And it is between people my age plus and millennials. And they don't think this way.
CALLER: And like you've talked about in that show, Mr. Robot, the biggest thing that the millennials are seeing, is the inconsistency. Where somebody says, "You need to take these pills, but I'm not going to do it myself." The millennials are watching --
GLENN: Yeah. Yeah. You're exactly right. Thank you so much, Jordan. I appreciate it. Great phone call.
PAT: He was.
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