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GLENN: We have a guy named Roly on the phone. And Roly, is that your real name?

CALLER: Sorry?

GLENN: Is that your real name, Roly?

CALLER: Yeah, it's Roly.

GLENN: Okay, Roly, what's your last name?

CALLER: Roly (inaudible). That's why I keep it short.

GLENN: Now, Roly, here's the thing. You sent me a tweet, what was this, last week?

CALLER: Yeah, about four days, five days ago.

GLENN: And people ask me all the time, do you actually read the tweets? Yes, I read as many as I possibly can. And actually I read most of them and then I also get I have researchers looking for tips from all of the people that are tweeting. So if you are tweeting a story to me, a researcher looks at that absolutely and usually I'm the first one to see them. But you sent a song to me and I was laying in bed with my wife and we were just kind of laughing at some of the tweets. We don't I mean, there's a lot of laughing that happens in my bedroom but that's a different story. And you sent a song that you had done and I want to play just a little bit of it. Now, you've got to understand, America, that this is something that he did, you know, and recorded it on the Internet and then sent it to me. But here's a little clip of it.

VOICE: Sharp teeth and greedy grins, knock knock, is there anybody in? Either I'm a fool or you've got no answers. I press my voice against a megaphone. I want the truth and I know that I'm not alone. But no one is home, only cotton candy coated TVs. Some give you truth that's nice and sweet. Some give you truth that's caffeine free. Some give you pills that paralyze so you don't open up your eyes. I don't need no thought control. My tired ears are bruised and sore. The only thing my eyes can see are seven fathers on a lonely road.

GLENN: I want to make sure the seven fathers on the road, they are not like Satan, Stalin, Lenin, the seven explain the seven fathers.

CALLER: Seven fathers? Ben Franklin, George Washington, John Adams, James Madison, John J, Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton. It's said to be a lot more than them, but those are the original seven.

GLENN: I love this song. I think this is absolutely fantastic. I want to introduce somebody who else, somebody else who is on the phone that I sent this song to this morning. Eric Chase, are you there?

CHASE: Yeah, I'm here.

GLENN: Okay. Roly, I don't know if you've ever heard of Eric Chase but Eric is part of my company. We have a sound design company through Eric and Eric is a guy who Lucas Sound I believe has actually approached you, Eric, and tried to get you to go to Lucas Sound. He is one of the best sound designers, one of the best producers in the country and I mean, I think anybody who has ever heard of Eric or heard of his talent, people line up to intern for this guy. And what I'd like to do is send you to his studio because he has a studio down in Florida. You are in Florida, right, Roly?

CALLER: Yeah, I'm in South Florida, Miami right now.

GLENN: Would you mind, what you'd like to do is have Eric produce this and really do this song right, have you sing it and play it and everything else but he can help do it with your permission and I'd like to see if we could get this to be a hit because I think this is an absolute hit.

CALLER: Yeah, and I would be very flattered if that happened.

GLENN: Okay. So are you cool with that, Eric? You heard the song

CHASE: It's a great song. I think it could be very powerful, you know, both in terms of the song and of the lyrics and also it could be kind of Sonically powerful in a very, you know, in a kind of a rocking fall out boyish kind of mode, you know. I mean, a lot of people in famous band or whatever, they just kind of go through the motions and even though they sing about love or they sing about whatever the case may be, they don't really sound like they're feeling what they are singing. I mean, and I think it's important in our generation that we connect with the youth.

GLENN: How old are you? How old are you?

CALLER: I'm 30 years old.

GLENN: You are 30 years old? You don't look 30 years old on YouTube. It's absolutely fantastic. And you are exactly right that we do. And if I may just say, dawg, a little pitchy in parts. But I think this is a hit and I think if we don't connect with the youth, we're in deep trouble, in deep trouble.

Paula?

PAT (Paula voice): I like his stage presence. I thought he was his eyes looked a little Sullen but I like that look because it adds a little grungy feel to it. You're wonderful.

GLENN: Good.

PAT (Paula voice): I'd also like to date you.

GLENN: (Laughing).

PAT (Paula voice): Is it possible?

GLENN: All right. Roly, it's or Roly, it's great. Now, wait a minute. There was something else. Stu told me about today. I haven't heard this yet. Stu told me about that you did a song with the listeners? What is this?

CALLER: So listen. Four years ago I wrote the song, I sent it to you, you posted a link on your Twitter account and then all of a sudden later here I am with 7,000 hits on the page and everybody's leaving these beautiful comments on YouTube. So I was mentioning to them live on Rolyomusic.com. I would like to thank you but I didn't know how to do it and they are like, well, let's come up with a creative way; you can write a song. And I go, I'll write a song if you guys help me write it. So I had a few people e mail me lyrics and then I would take lyrics from everybody's e mail and piece it together and to make the

GLENN: We'll play a little bit of we'll play a little bit of that next. Stand by.

Candace Owens, BLEXIT founder and author of the upcoming book, "Blackout," joined Glenn Beck on Friday's GlennTV for an exclusive interview. available only to BlazeTV subscribers.

Candace dropped a few truth-bombs about the progressive movement and what's happening to the Democratic Party. She said people are practically running away from the left due to their incessant push to dig up dirt on anybody who disagrees with their radical ideology. She explained how -- like China and its "social credit score" -- the left is shaping America into its own nightmarish episode of "Black Mirror."

"This game of making sure that everyone is politically correct is a societal atom bomb. There are no survivors. There's no one that is perfect," Candace said. "The idea that humanity can be perfect is Godless. If you accept that there is something greater than us, then you accept that we a flawed. To be human is to be flawed."

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Philip Haney, a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) whistleblower during the Obama administration, was found dead near Plymouth, California, on Friday.

Authorities said 66-year-old Haney died from a single gunshot wound to his chest, which was determined to be "self-inflicted." Read more on this here.

Haney was a good friend to Glenn Beck and the program. On radio Monday, Glenn said it's almost impossible for him to believe that the man he knew so well could have taken his own life.

"He was one of the most honorable men I've ever met," Glenn said. "A guy who was willing to put himself in danger. A guy who knew what he was dealing with, knew that he could be killed, or that he would be disappeared, or that he could go to prison. And he was absolutely unafraid. And this is one reason why I know, why I so strongly feel that he didn't kill himself."

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Christians are conflicted when it comes to President Donald Trump. Some proudly support him and his policies, while others just can't accept the man behind the boorish language.

Ruth Graham, daughter of the late evangelist Billy Graham, joined Glenn Beck on "The Glenn Beck Podcast" this week to make a case for the president from a Christian's point-of-view.

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WATCH: Dem goes to Trump rally and realizes Dems are screwed in 2020

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On Thursday's radio program ,Glenn interviewed Dr. Karlyn Borysenko, who described what it was like attending a President Trump rally as a Democrat. She told Glenn Beck that crossing party lines is nearly forbidden in liberal circles but she branched out anyway — and learned quite a bit about the other side.

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