Author: Lori Glenn Beck
Redefining words is a very dangerous thing. It’s happened on the radical left for years through political correctness, impacting both society and politics. Old school Blue Dog Democrats didn’t see it coming until it was too late, and the entire Democratic Party was taken over by radicals.Advertisement
The same thing is now happening on the conservative side, with words like “nationalism” and “globalism” being morphed into new meanings.
“I want to show you the first example of me finding it on my own social media,” Glenn said Thursday on his radio program. “I contend so many people will agree with a quick reading of this that it seems harmless, but it is absolutely the alt-right. This is the earmark of everything changing in language, and so suddenly that you will not even notice you’ve been sold into slavery.”
It’s time to pay attention and read between the lines.
Read below or listen to the full segment for answers to these definitive questions:
• Is “nationalism” tied to improving the lives of Americans or neo-Nazis and racism?
• What does Bob in Pocatello say about the rejection of the virus that is globalization?
• Are iDentists online practitioners of dentistry?
• Do you think the alt-right should produce films on faith for your church?
• Would Thomas Jefferson have been for or against tariffs?
• Is American exceptionalism the same thing as American nationalism?
Listen to this segment, beginning at mark 1:20:50, from The Glenn Beck Program:Advertisement
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: I want to show you a post on my social media. And let me just — let me read it to you. And don’t overthink it. Just tell me if you are kind of comfortable with it.
We/me is a crackpot theory, saying the we generation and the me generation. It’s clearly not a crackpot theory. It is very well researched. But this is somebody who happened to be watching the show from The Vault last night, where I mentioned it.