As Glenn explained, this conversation has nothing to do with homosexuality. Instead, this incident on The Broadcast speaks to a larger devolution of an individual’s ability to express him or herself freely in society.
“I got news for you: This particular case has nothing to do with homosexuality,” Glenn said. “I’m so sick and tired of people saying, you know, They want to drag us back to the 1950s.’ Excuse me? You’re dragging us back to the 1950s. You have anyone who disagrees with you not able to sit at the same damn lunch counter. I no longer can sit at the same lunch counter as everybody else who has the politically correct opinion. It’s not about racism. It’s about my viewpoint.”
Glenn vowed that he will not shut up. He will not comply. He will not back down because he knows God lives. He encouraged his listeners to take a similar stance.
“I know God lives. I know God is involved in my life, just as much as he is in your life Because I know he lives, you will have to imprison me I will not sit down. I will not shut up. I won’t. I will not conform. I will not comply. Period,” Glenn concluded. “If I may quote Obi-Wan Kenobi, Strike me down. Strike me down. I will become far more powerful than you can imagine.”