America isn’t currently in a battle against men — Republican or Democrat, Glenn says. Rather, our nation is in a battle against ‘full-fledged evil.’ And in this clip, Glenn shares 2 stories that prove just how DARK our society has become. One of those stories includes an after school SATAN CLUB, run by the Satanic Temple. A federal judge just ruled the Saucon Valley School District (in Pennsylvania) MUST allow the club to run. Glenn gives all the details, plus, he describes a small, but powerful, action you can take TODAY to help stop this madness soon…
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GLENN: I truly believe, that if there is a God, his -- his work, his glory has got to be that he can save, man, his creation.
And create a world, where if we understand what's going on, we'll be joyous.
That we have joy in our life. We are meant to have joy.
And I -- I have -- it's weird.
About three weeks ago, or so, I was praying. And I heard. I need you here, every day for the next two weeks.
And so I dedicated myself. I would come in and do the show. And then I would come in and pray.
And I'm having a hard time seeing things -- this is exact opposite for me.
I've tried to be positive for a very long time.
And I couldn't. I'm like, oh, my gosh. The news of the day. And then I would get sidetracked. I'm having a hard time not talking you to about the good things. And I don't mean about the good things that are going on. Because those are a little sparse. I mean, just the things like, you are in control of your own life. You are in control of your own emotions. You are in control.
You were born for a reason. You -- if you are -- if you are locked in this trap, where you were like, I'm a bad person. Or I've done all things. Or I can't be of use, because I'm too small. Whatever that is.
That's all a lie. And I want you to know, that we are not -- we are not battling men or Democrats or Republicans.
We are battling evil. Full-fledged evil.
And what does evil do? Evil perverts everything.
Evil twists all the words, to make you believe, it doesn't exist. And that it's actually kind of a good thing, you know.
Listen to this story. The after-school Satan club, was brought by a parent who wanted a non-Christian religious club. That would be safe. And inclusive for their non-Christian children.
So you go to the satanic temple? Okay.
Judgment issue there, right off the bat. Hey, mom, I don't really think that's a good idea.
The federal judge now has ruled that a Pennsylvania school district must allow an after school Satan club. They ruled in 1962, no state-sponsored prayer. Violation of the establishment. That's not true.
Bring that up right now. I'll bet you that there are people that are looking for the case. If somebody has the balls to read the Bible, or say a prayer every day in a public school, and they make a good case for it.
I'm telling you, that will get in front of the Supreme Court.
And I think they would overturn this.
But that was ruled in 1962. Have we gotten better? Or have we gotten worse?
Okay. Now, because of free speech and all of this.
You have to allow the worshiping of Satan. That's what they say. You don't. It's evil. No!
So the school board in the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania, now they say are obligated to allow the Satanist Club.
Now, listen to this. Is this amazing. The Satanic Temple, which sponsors the after school Satan's Club likewise applied to use school facilities after being contacted by a local parent, who hoped to bring the reasonable. A non-Christian, religious club. That would be safe and inclusive for their non-Christian children. They went on to claim, that the programming undertaken in the name of Satan, was opened to all students.
And it promotes the Satanic virtues of benevolence, empathy. Now think of this: Benevolence. Empathy. What are we talking about right now?
What is in our society? Can you be a little more benevolent?
Can't you help these people a little bit more?
What? You have no empathy for what these people -- what these things have been going through.
It's been twisted. There is a point to where you say, oh, my gosh. This is the 150th time you've stolen from CVS. And, boy, I feel bad. Because you had a really tough life. But you're going to jail!
Okay? There can be empathy and love, but justice must be on the other side of the scale. Justice and mercy. So they went on to say. It promotes benevolence. Empathy. Critical thinking.
GLENN: This comes from the Dark Ages, where you're like, don't question. Don't even question.
Well, I don't -- can we not even look into that?
No. That's the devil making you want to do that. I haven't heard that, since I don't know when.
Nobody even talks about that anymore. No. It's okay to question.
Honest questions. But, you know, it's like you're going to the Mercedes dealership, and, you know, because you're going to church.
There's the Mercedes. And you're like, okay.
Now let me go to a -- the place that Biden is using now just -- it's all government money. It's completely corrupt.
And let me talk to them, about why I should have an EV.
They're really corrupt. They have the wrong things going. It's all a scam.
Oh, I'm just going to listen, and ask my questions, at the Mercedes dealership. I may not buy a Mercedes.
But tell me why this is the car I should have.
And I would like to know some skeptics around. But they're not part of the corrupt EV company that's -- that's just dirty.
Okay? What are we doing?
You're asking questions and you're going to Satanists for answers? What kind of answers do you think you're going to get, Mom?
Also, problem solving. Creative expression. Listen to this one. Personal sovereignty.
Really? Satan was the one for personal sovereignty?
Satan was the one who said, I'll rescue them all, because I'll tell them exactly what to do.
And you think he's for personal sovereignty.
Oh. And compassion. This is what is -- is happening now in our society. We are not battling people. People have fallen under some sort of hypnosis. Some sort of spell.
I swear to you. I don't know what happened to them, to get them. I'm guessing it's just been a slow trip. And before you know it, you're like, yeah.
The Satanist Club. That makes sense. No. It doesn't, sweetheart. It doesn't.
I am your brother. I will always love you.
But I'm going to tell you the hard truth.
You are on the wrong path. And it's not like we're talking about tax policies. We're talking about evil.
And I don't know how people don't see that right now. Listen to this one. This is actually from Newsweek. And it was written by Ashley McGuire.
And she says, it's okay to be Roman Catholic, right?
That was a question that Congressman Jeff Van Drew posed to an FBI official in recent investigative hearings run by Congressman Jim Jordan. Somebody has to answer me, please.
You'll forgive him for asking the hearings, ignored almost entirely, save a handful of conservative news outlets, that were looking into the leaked FBI memo, alleging some sort of connection between radical traditionalist, Catholic ideology in the FBI's words and violent extremism.
In its title of the memo, it states that racially or ethnically violent extremists in radical, traditional Catholic ideology, almost certainly presents new mitigation opportunities.
Does that bother you?
What does that mean? New mitigation opportunities?
What does that mean? You're looking for crimes?
You're out there -- you're not prosecuting crimes. You're looking for crimes. It discusses new avenues for tripwire and source development. Including through outreach through traditional Catholic parishes, and the development of sources.
Meaning, get the local priest and parishioners, to spy on each other.
So they say, oh, no.
That was a mistake. Really? Was it?
Because that was pretty amazing. And it went out to all of the FBI nationwide.
Okay. Now, what's really bad is the Catholic Church is probably the one that is getting the most pushback on abortion. Just -- there's been 150 attacks on Catholic churches.
The number -- the -- since they started tracking in 2020, the number now is over 300.
There was 150 attacks, right after Roe vs. Wade.
So now, this Catholic president, he's overseeing a Justice Department that is targeting the Roman Catholics, because they're extremists.
Now, is that -- are you an extremist because you don't agree with the policy of the president?
It is really -- it is -- let me say this: Today is the national day of prayer.
Last year. Roughly 15 Christians were killed for their faith, every day.
There were 2,110 churches that were attacked and destroyed.
There were 140,000 Christians who were displaced only because of their faith. In North Korea, if they think you're a Christian, you get deported to a labor camp, or you're executed. If they find you with a Bible in Somalia, they'll kill you immediately. Christian converts in Yemen are targeted to their faith, abused, assaulted, raped, and killed.
In Libya, Christians are routinely murdered by their own families. Nigeria, 41 Christians were massacred while worshiping in their church on Pentecost. The list goes on and on. Pakistan, Sudan, India, Afghanistan, China.
According to Open Doors World Watch List, there are 50 countries where Christians face very high or extremely high persecution.
But today, in America, is our National Day of Prayer. By law, our president is required to release a statement that sets this day aside for National Day of Prayer every year. Now, you might think -- you might be thinking, oh, that's a proclamation, just to save face. Our leaders don't actually believe in prayer.
Yeah. That might be true. But just think about this. In America, we're worried that people might be pretending to be religious. In North Korea, and all around the world, they have to pretend not to be religious, or they die.
This year, I want you to go into your office. I want you to go wherever -- wherever you have some friendlies around you. But it's a little bit risky. I want you to go in and say, hey. It's a national day of prayer.
And I just we can all agree, I think our country is in trouble.
I don't care what side we're on. We're in trouble. Can we take a minute and pray together? Do it. Do it.
STU: That's what Tucker Carlson said. He came out. Never would do another show.
GLENN: Yeah. Well, do it. It has to be done.
Christians have to take a moment and think and pray and thank God that we still live in a country, where God can be welcomed and praised.